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Niels Christian Klendshoj

Niels Christian Klendshoj, Danish physician, biochemist.

Background

  • Klendshoj, Niels Christian was born on February 1, 1902 in Denmark. Son of Niels Christian and Ane Marie (Jensen) Klendshoj.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Arts, Borgerdydskolen, Copenhagen, 1921. Postgraduate, Royal Polytech. Institute, U. Copenhagen, 1926.

      Doctor of Medicine, University Buffalo, 1937.

    Career

    • Came to the United States, 1927, naturalized, 1935. With Arner Company, Inc., Buffalo, 1927-1975, successively control chemist, production engineer, medical and technical director, executive vice president, 1927-1952, president, 1952-1959. Chairman of the Board Strong Cobb Arner, Inc.

      (merger Arner Company and Strong Cobb and Company), 1959-1967, president, chief Executive officer, 1963-1965. Biochemist Buffalo General Hospital, 1937-1975, consultant biochemist and physician, clinical professor toxicology. Past member joint legislative commission on narcotics State of New York.

    Works

    • Author: Fundamentals of Biochemsitry in Clinical Medicine, 1953. Also numerous articles on medicine, toxicology. Co—discoverer blood sustances B and D.

      Practical application of specific blood factors in transfusions.

    Politics

    Party affiliation: Republican

    Membership

    Clubs: Buffalo, Country of Buffalo.

    Connections

    • Married Annette Roberts Heinz, February 24, 1933.; married second, June Esther Davis, February 4, 1963. Children: Ole, John, Arne.
    • father: Niels Christian Klendshoj
    • mother: Ane Marie (Jensen) Klendshoj
    • spouses: Annette Roberts Heinz
    • June Esther Davis
    • children: Ole Klendshoj
    • John Klendshoj
    • Arne Klendshoj
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    Born February 1, 1902
    Died March 12, 1975
    (aged 73)
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