Obituary When I ï¬rst met Eva Braak it was at the beginning of my postdoctoral training. I applied for a research position in the Braaksâ lab. While Heiko Braak was talking to me about my CV and enthusiastically outlining potential research projects, Eva Braak remained quietly looking at me. She did not say very much but nevertheless I got the impression of being insistently examined. At that time, not very many photographs hung along the walls of Heiko Braakâs paper-loadened ofï¬ce, one showed Â´ a harmonious elderly couple, C ecile and Oskar Vogt. The picture illustrated what has been true for Eva and Heiko as well. They were a couple in private life and in professional life, being part of each other and sharing each otherâs love for plants and birds. Later I learnt that Eva received postdoctoral training at the famous Vogtsâ Institute of Brain Â¨ Research which was then in Neustadt (Black Forest) and is now in D usseldorf. Her PhD in biology was received Â¨ from the University of G ottingen in 1967, and after her postdoctoral training at the Vogt-Institute (1967â1971) she moved to Kiel, where she started with a training in medicine. In
Journal of Alzheimer's Disease – IOS Press
Published: Jan 1, 2001
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