CV Prof. Dr. Franz Hagn

Personal data

born                July 30, 1977

Nationality      german

married, three kids



Oct 2009          Dr. rer. nat. Technische Universität München, Germany

Aug 2003         Diploma in Biochemistry, Universität Bayreuth, Germany

1998-2003       Study of Biochemistry, Universität Bayreuth, Germany and Stockholm University, Sweden


Professional Experience

since 10/2020          Associate Professor, Department of Chemistry, Technical University of Munich

since 10/2020          Group leader "Membrane Protein NMR", Institute of Structural Biology, Helmholtz Munich

10/2015-09/2020      Helmholtz Young Investigator's group leader, Institute of Structural Biology, Helmholtz Munich

10/2014-09/2020      Rudolf-Mössbauer Assistant Professor at TUM-IAS and the Department of Chemistry at TUM

01/2013-09/2014      Hans-Fischer fellow, Institute for Advanced Study, Technische Universität München, Germany

07/2010-10/2014      Postdoctoral research associate, Harvard Medical School, Boston, USA

11/2009-06/2010      Postdoctoral research associate, Technische Universität München, Germany

01/2004-10/2009      Doctoral research, Technische Universität München, Germany (grade: summa cum laude)

08/2003-11/2003      Intern, Aventis Pharma Germany GmbH, Frankfurt am Main

10/2002-07/2003      Diploma thesis, Lab for Biochemistry, Universität Bayreuth, Germany


Honors and Awards  

08/2019                    Felix-Bloch-Lecture of the Magnetic Resonance Division of the GdCh

01/2013-09/2014      Hans-Fischer Junior Fellowship, Institute for Advanced Study, TU München

12/2012                    Arnold-Sommerfeld Award of the Bavarian Academy of Sciences

11/2011                     Hans-Fischer Award 2011, Department Chemie, TU München

10/2011                    Friedrich-Weygand Award 2011 of the Max-Bergmann Kreis for peptide chemistry

08/2011-10/2014      Human Frontier Science Program (HFSP) long-term fellowship

07/2010-08/2011      EMBO long-term fellowship

06/2010                    Talk at the Nobel-Laureates’ Meeting, Lindau, Germany



Helmholtz Society, Helmholtz Zentrum München, TUM, DFG SFB1035, DFG, CIPSM Excellence Cluster, European Commission