(2022) Persistent T-cell reactivity in a seronegative patient after SARS-CoV-2 infection and one vaccination. Vaccines (Basel) 10(1), 114.
Prof. Dr. Sebastian WeisTranslational Infection Medicine · Head +49 3641 532-1771 Sebastian.Weis@med.uni-jena.de
Main Research Areas
- Disease Tolerance to Infection
- Innate Immunity
- Heme Metabolism
- Metabolic Adaptation
- Staphylococcus aureus Bacteremia
|since 2021||W3 Professor for "Translational Infection Research", FSU Jena|
|since 2021||Member of the Ethics Committee, FSU Jena|
|2021||Call W2 Professorship "Inflammation and Haematopoiesis", TU Dresden, declined|
|2019||Senior Physician, Institute for Infectious Medicine and Hospital Hygiene|
|2019||Call W3 Professorship "Clinical Infectious Disease", Tübingen, declined|
|2019||Call W2 professorship "Clinical Infectiology and Immunology", UKE Hamburg, declined|
|seit 2019||Subgroup Coordinator, Cluster of Excellence "Balance of the Microverse", FSU Jena|
|2018||Subspecialisation in Clinical Infectious Disease|
|2018||Member of the Board IFB Center for Sepsis Control and Care, FSU Jena|
|2018||Member Cluster of Excellence "Balance of the Microverse”, FSU Jena|
|2018||Examiner 3rd State Examination in Human Medicine|
|2017||Habilitation and Venia legendi Internal Medicine, FSU Jena|
|2015||Training in Clinical Infectiology with Prof. M.W. Pletz, JUH|
|2012-2015||Postdoctoral Fellow, Instituto Gulbenkian de Ciência (IGC), Portugal|
|2012||Specialist Examination in Internal Medicine|
|2007-2012||Specialist Training in Internal Medicine with Prof. J.Mössner, Leipzig University Hospital and Prof. G.Hindricks, Heart Center Leipzig|
|2008||Medical Dissertation “On Paraenzymatic Functions of Heme Oxygenease-1” (summa cum laude), University of Leipzig, Germany|
|2007||Visiting Researcher, MRC Fajara, The Gambia, West-Afrika|
|2005||Clinical Elective, Medical Research Council, Fajara, The Gambia|
|2002-2003||Visiting Researcher, Dept. of Pediatrics, Stanford University, USA|
|1999-2006||Studies of Medicine, University of Leipzig, Germany; Practical Year: Children´s Hospital of Philadelphia, USA and St. Georg Hospital, Leipzig, Germany|
Awards · Appointments · Scientific Activities
|2018||Winner Science Slam, KIT 2018|
|2018||Best Oral Presentation Award, 10th Meeting of HO, Seoul|
|2017||Hugo-Schottmüller Award of the German Sepsis Society|
|2017||Best Abstract Award, International Sepsis Forum|
|2012-2014||DFG Fellowship for Research Abroad|
|2010||Formula 1 Research Fellowship, University of Leipzig|
|2008||Doberentz Prize of the University of Leipzig for Outstanding Dissertations|
(2022) Development of a new antigen-based microarray platform for screening and detection of human IgG antibodies against SARS-CoV-2. Sci Rep 12(1), 8067.
(2022) Complicated and uncomplicated S. aureus bacteraemia: an international Delphi survey among infectious diseases experts on definitions and treatment. Clin Microbiol Infect 28(7), 1026.e7.
(2022) Small extracellular vesicles from peripheral blood of aged mice pass the blood-brain barrier and induce glial cell activation. Cells 11(4), 625.
(2022) Impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on influenza and RSV antibody titres in the community - a prospective cohort study in Neustadt Thuringia/Germany. Eur Respir J 60(5), 2200947.
(2022) Persistent humoral and CD4+ TH cell immunity after mild SARS-COV-2 infection-the CoNAN long-term study. Front Immunol 13, 1095129.
(2022) Tidy up - The unfolded protein response in sepsis. Front Immunol 13, 980680. (Review)
(2022) Effect of automated telephone infectious disease consultations to nonacademic hospitals on 30-day mortality among patients with Staphylococcus aureus Bacteremia: The SUPPORT cluster randomized clinical trial. JAMA Netw Open 5(6), e2218515.
(2021) Tetracycline antibiotics induce Host-dependent disease tolerance to infection. Immunity 54(1), 53-67.e7.