Reinhart Reithmeier

Arthur Wynne Gold Medal Awarded to Reinhart Reithmeier

4 February 2022|

The Canadian Society for Molecular Biosciences (CSMB) Arthur Wynne Gold Medal is presented by the CSMB to an individual who has made a major contribution to molecular biosciences in Canada over their career.  LINK

All CSMB award winners will present lectures at the 65th CSMB Meeting: Membrane Proteins in Health and Disease, which will take place April […]

An image of Professor Reithmeier with students.

Are You My Mentor?

2 December 2015|

An invited article by Professor Reinhart Reithmeier entitled “Are You My Mentor?” has been published in the Career Advice section of University Affairs:


The article highlights the critical role a well-chosen mentor can play in a graduate student’s success in academia and beyond.

Photo of Xiaoyun Bai and Reinhart Reithmeier

Reinhart Reithmeier and post-doc Xiaoyun Bai publish article in Cell

31 July 2015|

A Perspective article entitled “A Call for Systematic Research on Solute Carriers” was published today (July 30th) in Cell with Reinhart Reithmeier and his post-doc Xiaoyun Bai as co-authors.

This human family of over 400 genes plays an essential role in ion and pH homeostasis, nutrient uptake and waste removal.  Mutations in these genes are linked to a plethora of human diseases and SLCs are potential drug targets.  Yet, SLCs […]

CAHS President Thomas Marrie presents Reinhart Reithmeier with certificate of membership as a Fellow of the Canadian Academy of Health Sciences (CAHS)

Dr. Reinhart Reithmeier Elected Fellow of the Canadian Academy of Health Sciences

20 September 2012|

At a ceremony held in Ottawa on September 20, 2012, Biochemistry Chair Reinhart Reithmeier was admitted as a Fellow to the Canadian Academy of Health Sciences (CAHS) “having demonstrated both distinctive accomplishments and the commitment to advance health sciences”.

A major goal of the CAHS is to provide timely, informed, science-based and unbiased assessments of urgent issues affecting the health of Canadians.  Reinhart, well-known internationally for his work […]