Wie schreibt man einen CV, um einen Nobelpreis zu gewinnen?

Der Biophysiker Jacques Dubochet ist über Nacht der breiten Öffentlichkeit bekannt geworden. Nicht nur wegen der Entwicklung der Kryo-Elektronenmikroskopie, sondern auch wegen einem humorvollen CV, den er auf der UNIL-Webseite hat. Ein gutes Beispiel, wie man das Nobelpreis-Komitee auf seine Kandidatur noch in den jungen Jahren aufmerksam machen kann.

Curriculum Vitae

 

October 1941

Conceived by optimistic parents.

1946

No longer scared of the dark, because the sun comes back; it was Copernicus who explained this.

1948-55

1st part of an experimental scientific career in Vallis and Lausanne (instruments: knives, needles, strings, matches).

1955

First official dyslexic in the canton of Vaud – this permitted being bad at everything … and to understand those with difficulties.

1962

Federal maturity exam.

1967

Physicist-engineer at EPUL to become biologist.

1968

Very important.

1969

Certificate of Molecular Biology at Geneva to become biophysicist. Began to study electron microscopy of DNA, which remains my main topic.

1973

Thesis in biophysics at Geneva and Basle with Eduard Kellenberger who taught me biophysics, ethical responsibility and durable friendship.

1970 -76

Very classic psychoanalysis

1978

Group leader at EMBL (Heidelberg); how to introduce water in electron microscopy. Discovery of water vitrification and development of cryo-electron microscopy.

1987

Professor at l’UNIL, Department of Ultrastructural Analyis.

1998

Président of the Biology section with the chance to perform this assignment with Nicole Galland and Pierre Hainard, and to live at a moment when interesting things were happening in biology in Lausanne.

2002

(start) End of the assignment. Sabbatical in Australia, Germany and Paris.

2004-7

Maturation of CEMOVIS (cryo-electron microscopy of vitreous sections).

2007

June Retirement Colloquium.

2007 =>

Host of the Dpt. of Ecology and Evolution. Science and Society for elderly.

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