Contact & Getting here


Head: Prof. Dr. Christian Schmitz-Linneweber


Assistant: Carola Rocks |   Tue, Wed, Thu 10:30-15:30

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Visitor Address:

Humboldt-University of Berlin
· Molecular Genetics Group ·
Institute of Biology, Faculty of Life Sciences
Philippstr. 13, Bldg. 22
10115 Berlin

U & S Nordbahnhof (2.3 km), U Oranienburger Tor (500m)

  Train Station & U+S Friedrichstraße (1.4 km)

Bus 142 (90m)


Molecular Genetics Group
Institute of Biology | Faculty of Life Sciences
Humboldt University of Berlin
Philippstr. 13, Bldg. 22, Rhoda-Erdmann-Haus
D-10115 Berlin, Germany

Contact for academic contents:

Prof. Dr. Christian Schmitz-Linneweber
Phone: +49-(0)30-2093-49700
E-mail: christian.schmitz-linneweber[at]

Contact for web contents:

Webmaster: Carola Rocks
Phone: +49-(0)30-2093-49702


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Data Protection (DSGVO)
- English Version -

The only data we store is meta data (the data your carry with you as a traveller on the web, like your IP address and the browser you're using) through the log files our webspace hoster generates, and the data you voluntarily provide to us (like your name and address when you write us an email). We are not using any cookies, tracking or other analytical tools at this stage.

For further questions, please read the full DSGVO statement of Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin (unfortunately available in German only).

Datenschutzerklärung (DSGVO)
- Deutsche Fassung -

Wir speichern lediglich sog. Metadaten (die Daten, die Sie im Internet mit sich tragen, wie z.B. Ihre IP-Adresse oder den Typ Ihres Browsers) mittels der Logfiles, die unser Webspace-Hoster erzeugt, und die Daten, die Sie uns freiwillig zur Verfügung stellen, wenn Sie uns eine Email schreiben (wie Name u. Email-Adresse). Z.Zt. verwenden wir keine Cookies, Tracking- o. Analyse-Tools.

Für weitere Fragen und Details lesen Sie bitte die vollständige DSGVO-Erklärung der Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin.