Michael Habig

Short CV


Projectmanager and manager of the R&D department at IBL International GmbH, Hamburg, Germany


Scientist/Labhead at Bayer Technology Services GmbH, Leverkusen, Germany


Scientist at the Novartis Institutes for BioMedical Research, Basel, Switzerland


Scientist at amaxa GmbH, Cologne, Germany



  1. Habig M., Quade J., Stukenbrock E.H. (2017) Forward Genetics Approach Reveals Host Genotype Dependent Importance of Accessory Chromosomes in the Fungal Wheat Pathogen Zymoseptoria tritici. mBio 8:e01919-17.
  2. Böhnisch C., Wong D., Habig M., Riss S., Isermann K., Roeder T., Michiels N. und Schulenburg H. (2011) The inducible response of Caenorhabditis elegansto toxin-associated spores from nematocidal Bacillus thuringiensis. PLoS One 6:e24619
  3.  Habig M., Blechschmidt A., Dressler S., Hess B., Patel V., Billich A., Ostermeier C., Beer D. und Klumpp M. (2009) Efficient Elimination of Non-stoichiometric Enzyme Inhibitors from HTS Hit Lists. J Biomol Screen. 14(6):679-8
  4. Graf C., Klumpp M., Habig M., Rovina P., Billich A., Baumruker T., Oberhauser B. und Bornancin F. (2008) Targeting ceramide metabolism with a potent and specific ceramide kinase inhibitor. Mol Pharmacol. 74:925-32
  5. Habig, M., Smola, H., Dole, V.S., Derynck, R., Pfister, H. und Smola-Hess, S. (2006) E7 proteins from high- and low-risk human papillomaviruses bind to TGF-β-regulated Smad proteins and inhibit their transcriptional activity. Arch. Virol. 151:1961-1972,
  6. Schulenburg, J.H., Habig, M., Sloggett, J.J., Webberley, K.M., Bertand, D., Hurst G.D.D. und Majerus, M.E.N. (2001) Incidence of male-killing Rickettsia spp. (α-Proteobacteria) in the ten-spot ladybird beetle Adalia decempunctata L. (Coleoptera: Coccinellidae). Appl. Environm. Microbiol. 67: 270-277


Patents filed

  1. Habig, M., Methfessel, C., (2009) Device for proving biochemical activity of membrane bodies. EP2336767
  2. Diessel, E., Dorn, I., Habig, M., Küster, M., Ochmann, K. (2008) Apparatus for automatically performing analyses. EP2335078
  3. Müller-Hartmann, H. und Habig, M. (2005) Method for treating small volumes with electrical current. EP05014758,
  4. Müller-Hartmann, H. und Habig, M. (2004) Container and device for generating electric fields in different chambers. EP04006058.4
  5. Müller-Hartmann, H., Habig, M., Hoffmann, P. und Siebenkotten, G. (2003) Container with at least one electrode. EP1476537.