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Boris Hartmann

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504 E 63RD STREET, APT 26L NEW YORK, NY 10280, USA PHONE +1/646/724 3861 E-MAIL BORIS.HARTMANN@GMAIL.COM BORIS M. HARTMANN PERSONAL INFORMATION ? Nationality: Austria ? Date and place of Birth: April 23rd, 1975 (Mödling, Austria) ? Married EDUCATION 3/2003 – 3/2006 Univ. of Natural Resources and Applied Life Sciences Vienna, Austria Dr. rer nat. tech. ? Thesis: Transcriptome analysis of rodent skin affected with allergic contact dermatitis (Novartis Institutes for Biomedical Research) ? Courses: Biochemical and biotechnological methods Proteomics Animal cell culture technology Systems biology Control of gene expression in eukaryotes 10/1995 – 3/2003 Univ. of Natural Resources and Applied Life Sciences Vienna, Austria Dipl.Ing (Biotechnology) ? Thesis: Gene-expression profile in murine lymph nodes in the induction phase of contact hypersensitivity ? Course (Biotechnology) includes biochemistry, microbiology, molecular biology, including tumor biology and basic engineering 9/1987 – 5/1994 Don Bosco Gymnasium (High school) Unterwaltersdorf, Austria Matura POST GRADUATE COURSES Summer School in Computational Immunology (Yale, New Haven); Advanced Image Stream user training (High resolution imaging flow cytometry) (Amnis, Seattle); Phosphflow101 (Flow cytometry for phosphorylated signaling molecules) (Stanford Univ.); Analysis of gene array data with the GeneSpring® software (Novartis, Basle); Scientific and Technical Writing Workshop (Princeton Univ.); Basic techniques in negotiations (BOKU, Vienna); Presenting Data and Information (Edward Tufte, New York); Idea to IPO (New York Academy of Sciences) ACADEMIC ACTIVITIES 11/15/2006 Mount Sinai School of Medicine New York, NY, USA Lecture and co-conception ? Microarray and Bioinformatics Workshop REVIEWING ACTIVITIES Toxicology Letters; Cellular & Molecular Immunology WORK EXPIRIENCE 4/2006 - now Mount Sinai School of Medicine New York, NY, USA PostDoctoral Fellow at the Center for Translational Systems Biology ? Section leader of group investigating immunological responses of human and murine dendritic cells to infection with various influenza strains. (since Feb 2011) ? Discovery of a new antiviral active state in dendritic cells caused only by paracrine signaling ? Elucidation of mechanism leading to resistance to viral infection in human dendritic cells after combinatorial cytokine treatment ? Establishment of immune assays of DCs after viral infection (Imaging Flow, Elisa, high trough-put RT-PCR) 11/2010.-.ongoing The Rockefeller University New York, NY, USA Collaboration with the Laboratory of Microbiology ? Transcriptional profiling analysis of S. aureus clinical isolates expressing intermediate resistance to vancomycin 7/2002 - 3/2006 Novartis Institute for BioMedical Research Vienna, Austria Doctoral candidate ? Identification of CXCL-10 as a key player in the onset of inflammation during allergic contact dermatitis ? Micro array study to investigate mode of action of a proprietary compound ? Supervision of a summer student program targeting different type 1 and type 2 Th-cell reactions in ACD between Balb/c and NC/Nga mice 7/2001 - 6/2002 Novartis Institute for BioMedical Research Vienna, Austria Diploma Student ? Program targeting RNA expression of lymph nodes of Balb/c mice in the sensitation phase of ACD. 10/1994 - 06/1995 Austrian armed forces Großenzersdorf, Austria Compulsory military service SKILLS Cell culture (primary cells and cell lines);Flow Cytometry, including Phosphlow and Bar-coding; Multiplex ELISA; Imaging Flow Cytometry (Amnis); Microarray Analysis (Affymetrix); Molecular Biology techniques (RNA, DNA extraction, cloning); In vivo experimentation (mice & rats); siRNA; CHIP-PCR; Real-time RT-PCR Virus production; LANGUAGES English (fluent), German (native language) COMPUTER LITERACY Microsoft Office; GeneSpring (micro array analysis); Origin, SigmaStat, Spotfire (statistical analysis); Ingenuity, MetaCore (pathway analysis); FloJo (Flow) IDEAS (high resolution imaging flow cytometry)