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Henner Hollert

Professor, Department for Ecosystem Analyses

 Institute of Environmental Research at the RWTH Aachen University

 Worringer Weg 1, 52074 Aachen, Germany

Phone: +49 (0) 241 / 80-26669

Fax:  +49 (0) 241 / 80-22182

Mail: henner.hollert@bio5.rwth-aachen.de



 Current         Director of the Institute for Environmental Research, RWTH Aachen University;

                      Dean of the School of Biology and Biotechnology at RWTH Aachen University

 2007             W2 Professor at RWTH, Head of the Department for Ecosystem Analyses (ESA), Institute of Environmental Research (Biology V), Aachen University, Germany

 2007             Director of the Institute of Environmental Research (together with Prof. Dr. Andreas Schäffer)

 2007             Board Member Gaiac, Institute for Ecosystem Analysis,  Aachen

 2001-2007    Assistant professor at the Ruprecht-Karls University in Heidelberg, Germany


 1997     Diplom in Biology (University of Heidelberg)

 1997     Staatsexamen für Lehramt / Biology & Geography (University of Heidelberg)

 2001     Dr. rer. nat. (Summa cum laude, supported by the Studienstiftung des Deutschen Volkes, University of Heidelberg)


   •    Bioanalytical environmental toxicology, aquatic toxicology,

   •   Development and validation of in vitro bioassays,

   •   Sediment and soil toxicology,

   •   Waste- and ground water investigations,

   •   Bioassay-directed fractionation and statistical evaluation of complex data matrixes.


   •   2011    Kerstin Bluhm (from my group) was awarded 1st place of the Ph.D student Platform Presentation Award at the SETAC North America 32nd Annual Meeting 2011 in Boston, which had been attended by more than 2000 experts from ecotoxicology and environmental chemistry

   •   2011    Award for excellent teaching at RWTH University

   •   2007-2011    Henner Hollert was the 2nd most cited researcher form German language countries in the field of Ecotoxicology in a survey of Laborjournal based on ISI Thompson evaluations

   •   2008 – 2012    Awarded to attend the German-American Frontiers of Science Symposia (US National Academy of Science and Humboldt Foundation)

   •   2008    nominated by the rector of the RWTH Aachen University, Prof. Dr. John Giesy (Canada) and Prof. Dr. Al Young (USA) for the Krupp Award.

   •   2004    3rd Prize within the Best Publication Award competition of the Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry (SETAC – Europe) for Hollert et al, 2003 (JSS).


1.   Schiwy, A., Brinkmann, M., Thiem, I., Guder, G., Winkens, K., Eichbaum, K., Nüßer, L., Thalmann, B., Buchinger, S., Reifferscheid, G., Seiler, T.-B., Thoms, B., Hollert, H. Determination of the CYP1A-inducing potential of single substances, mixtures and extracts of samples in the micro-EROD assay with H4IIE cells (2015) Nature Protocols, 10 (11), pp. 1728-1741.

2.   Brinkmann, M., Maletz, S., Krauss, M., Bluhm, K., Schiwy, S., Kuckelkorn, J., Tiehm, A., Brack, W., Hollert, H. Heterocyclic aromatic hydrocarbons show estrogenic activity upon metabolization in a recombinant transactivation assay (2014) Environmental Science and Technology, 48 (10), pp. 5892-5901.

3.   Jin, X., Wang, Y., Jin, W., Rao, K., Giesy, J.P., Hollert, H., Richardson, K.L., Wang, Z. Ecological risk of nonylphenol in China surface waters based on reproductive fitness (2014) Environmental Science and Technology, 48 (2), pp. 1256-1262.

4.   Brinkmann, M., Eichbaum, K., Buchinger, S., Reifferscheid, G., Bui, T., Schäffer, A., Hollert, H., Preuss, T.G. Understanding receptor-mediated effects in rainbow trout: In vitro - In vivo extrapolation using physiologically based toxicokinetic models (2014) Environmental Science and Technology, 48 (6), pp. 3303-3309.

5.   Meyer, W., Seiler, T.-B., Reininghaus, M., Schwarzbauer, J., Püttmann, W., Hollert, H., Achten, C. Limited waterborne acute toxicity of native polycyclic aromatic compounds from coals of different types compared to their total hazard potential (2013) Environmental Science and Technology, 47 (20), pp. 11766-11775.

6.   Maletz, S., Floehr, T., Beier, S., Klümper, C., Brouwer, A., Behnisch, P., Higley, E., Giesy, J.P., Hecker, M., Gebhardt, W., Linnemann, V., Pinnekamp, J., Hollert, H. In vitro characterization of the effectiveness of enhanced sewage treatment processes to eliminate endocrine activity of hospital effluents (2013) Water Research, 47 (4), pp. 1545-1557.

7.   Hug, C., Sievers, M., Ottermanns, R., Hollert, H., Brack, W., Krauss, M. Linking mutagenic activity to micropollutant concentrations in wastewater samples by partial least square regression and subsequent identification of variables (2015) Chemosphere, 138, pp. 176-182.

8.   Zhu, L., Santiago-Schübel, B., Xiao, H., Thiele, B., Zhu, Z., Qiu, Y., Hollert, H., Küppers, S. An efficient laboratory workflow for environmental risk assessment of organic chemicals (2015) Chemosphere, 131, pp. 34-40.

9.   Seiler, T.-B., Best, N., Fernqvist, M.M., Hercht, H., Smith, K.E.C., Braunbeck, T., Mayer, P., Hollert, H.

10.   PAH toxicity at aqueous solubility in the fish embryo test with Danio rerio using passive dosing (2014) Chemosphere, 112, pp. 77-84.

11.   Emelogu, E.S., Pollard, P., Robinson, C.D., Smedes, F., Webster, L., Oliver, I.W., McKenzie, C., Seiler, T.B., Hollert, H., Moffat, C.F. Investigating the significance of dissolved organic contaminants in aquatic environments: Coupling passive sampling with in vitro bioassays (2013) Chemosphere, 90 (2), pp. 210-219.

12.   Wölz, J., Grosshans, K., Streck, G., Schulze, T., Rastall, A., Erdinger, L., Brack, W., Fleig, M., Kühlers, D., Braunbeck, T., Hollert, H. Estrogen receptor mediated activity in bankside groundwater, with flood suspended particulate matter and floodplain soil - An approach combining tracer substance, bioassay and target analysis (2011) Chemosphere, 85 (5), pp. 717-723.

13.   Oleszczuk, P., Hollert, H. Comparison of sewage sludge toxicity to plants and invertebrates in three different soils (2011) Chemosphere, 83 (4), pp. 502-509.

14.   Gerbersdorf, S.U., Cimatoribus, C., Class, H., Engesser, K.-H., Helbich, S., Hollert, H., Lange, C., Kranert, M., Metzger, J., Nowak, W., Seiler, T.-B., Steger, K., Steinmetz, H., Wieprecht, S. Anthropogenic Trace Compounds (ATCs) in aquatic habitats - Research needs on sources, fate, detection and toxicity to ensure timely elimination strategies and risk management (2015) Environment International, 79, pp. 85-105.

15.   Otte, J.C., Andersson, C., Abrahamson, A., Olsman, H., Keiter, S., Engwall, M., Hollert, H., Brunström, B. A bioassay approach to determine the dioxin-like activity in sediment extracts from the Danube River: Ethoxyresorufin-O-deethylase induction in gill filaments and liver of three-spined sticklebacks (Gasterosteus aculeatus L.) (2008) Environment International, 34 (8), pp. 1176-1184.


   •   Editor-in-Chief       Environ Sci Europe, Springer Publishers

   •   Editor-                     Environ Sci Poll Res, Springer Publishers

   •   Editor -                    J. Soils Sediments, Springer Publishers

   •   Editorial Board       Journal  Envrionmental Sciences- JES, Chinese Academy of Sciences

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