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Membership of Academia Europaea

October 2015. The Academy of Europe (Academia Europaea) has announced the list of 248 scientists who were elected to the Academia in 2015. Amongst them is Ivan Dikic, director of the Institute of Biochemistry 2 at the Medical School of the Goethe University Frankfurt and founding director of the Buchmann Institute for Molecular Sciences (BMLS).

The Academia Europaea was founded in 1988 as a European academy of humanities, social, physical and life sciences as well as mathematics, engineering and medicine.  This broad range of disciplines and the pan-European distribution of its members make the Academia Europaea unique. “I am honored to accept a membership in the European Academy and will be glad to contribute to its scientific and educational programs”, stated Ivan Dikic.

In addition, Ivan Dikic is a member of the German National Academy  of Sciences Leopoldina, the Croatian Academy of Medical Sciences and the European Molecular Biology Organization (EMBO).


Ivan Dikic
Institute of Biochemistry II
Buchmann Institute for Molecular Life Sciences
Goethe University Frankfurt
Frankfurt (Main), Germany