Personal profile

Biography

 

Immo Fiebrig obtained his first degree Pharmaceutical Sciences at the LMU University of Munich, Germany in 1991, having built his foundation in the natural sciences. He began his research career in physical biochemistry at Nottingham University (UK), obtaining his Ph. D. in 1996. During this period he investigated biological macromolecules using a variety of analytical methods that complemented and validated one another. Later, as retail pharmacist, he played a role in importing first time from India a herbal medication made from Mucuna pruriens beans for a more naturopathic and gentle treatment of Parkinson´s disease whilst supporting the Dutch Parkinson Association on a pro bono basis to this date. He held various positions in clinical research and the publishing and advertising industries, being in charge of management of healthcare related knowledge and scientific data, before starting his editorial service business as freelance journalist and quality manager in 2002. Intrigued by nature and its conservation, fascinated by evolutionary biology and Sepp Holzer´s land restoration approaches, he fully immersed into agroecology after obtaining a permaculture certificate in 2011. In 2012 he co-authored a book on urban permaculture in German, followed by its English edition in 2013.

 

Area of Expertise:

 

Holzer Permaculture, Herbal Medicinal Products, Quality Management

Research Interests

Permaculture systems; agroecology (including water retention and land restoration); medicinal herbs and herbal medication; sustainability assessment and monitoring

Vision Statement

During my later childhood in Mexico I was often touched by the beauty of extensive natural landscapes and its flora and fauna across different climate zones. At the same time I was appalled by the effects of rampant deforestation and the spoiling of beautiful habitats by human impact. Today, my research is driven by the vision of a human life thriving through co-operation rather than exploitation, where economics are consistent with ecology in view of a sustainable, healthier lifestyle. I wish to show that land restoration using permaculture approaches is an effective contribution to this vision.

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Research Output 1995 2017

A Case Study of the Mayan Civilization and Strategies Used by Mayan Society for Judicious Use of Water in their Ancient Agroecological Systems

Wright, J., Tzec-Gamboa, M., Solorio Sánchez, F. J., Ramírez-Avilés, L., Fiebrig, I., Pulido, M. & Basu, S. K. 2017 Environment at Crossroads: Challenges, Dynamics and Solutions. Basu, S. K., Zandi, P. & Chalaras, S. K. (eds.). 1st ed. Iran: Haghshenass Publication, p. 161-168 8 p.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter

climate change
slash
soil fertility
El Salvador
Honduras

Effect of three agroecological feeding strategies on the yield and composition of crossbred cows’ milk in the Mexican tropics

Sarabía, L. S., Briceño, E., Ayala, B. A., Aguilar, P. C., Fiebrig, I., Burbi, S. & Solorio Sánchez, F. J. Sep 2016

Research output: Contribution to conferenceOther

cows
milk production
lactation
milk
animals

Methane production by crossbred cows in silvo-pastoral systems from Michoacán, México

Solís Pérez, G. D. C., Solorio Sánchez, F. J., Burbi, S., Fiebrig, I. & Ku Vera, J. C. Sep 2016

Research output: Contribution to conferencePoster

silvopastoral systems
methane
grazing
methane production
Leucaena leucocephala

Qualitätssicherung der arzneimittel-information: Voraussetzung für qualitätsgesicherte arzneimitteltherapie

Fiebrig, I., Van Werde, M. S. & Munter, K. H. Sep 2006 In : Krankenhauspharmazie. 27, 9, p. 377-381 5 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Drug Therapy
Delivery of Health Care
16 Citations

Estimating domain orientation of two human antibody IgG4 chimeras by crystallohydrodynamics

Longman, E., Kreusel, K., Tendler, S. B., Fiebrig, I., King, K., Adair, J., O'Shea, P., Ortega, A., De la Torre, J. G. & Harding, S. E. Aug 2003 In : European Biophysics Journal. 32, 5, p. 503-510 8 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Immunoglobulin G
Antibodies
Disulfides
X Ray Crystallography

Activities 2017 2017

  • 1 Oral presentation

Prizes

Honorary Associate Professor

Immo Fiebrig (Recipient), 1 Aug 2017

Prize: Other distinction