Peter Bannasch, German pathologist, researcher. Member of Society for Histochemistry, Society for Toxicol. Pathology, American Association for Cancer Research, German Society for Cancer, German Society for Cell Biology, German Society for Pathology, European Association Pathology, European Association Cancer Research (president 1987-1993).
Scientific assistant Universität Würzburg, Germany, 1963-1968, lecturer pathology Germany, 1968-1973. Professor pathology University Heidelberg, Germany, since 1973. Head division cell pathology German Cancer Research Center, Heidelberg, 1973-1999, chairman science council, 1981-1984, 87-88, trustee, 1996-1999.
Guest professor University Xi'an, China, 2000. Chairman Alumni DKFZ, Heidelberg, 2002-2010. Visiting professor University Wuhan, China, 2005.
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- The Cytoplasm of Hepatocytes during Carcinogenesis: Electron- and Lightmicroscopical Investigations of the Nitrosomorpholine-intoxicated Rat Liver (Recent Results in Cancer Research)
- The transformation of a normal cell into a cancer cell is not a sudden but a slow continuous process which may take years.
- The cytoplasm of hepatocytes during carcinogenesis Electron- and lightmicroscopical investigations of the nitrosomorpholine-intoxicated rat liver.
- Editor: Liver Cancer, 1978, 89, Cancer Risks, 1987, Cancer Treatment, 1989, Cancer Diagnosis, 1992, Pathology of Neoplasia and Preneoplasia in Rodents, 1994, 97, Cell Growth and Oncogenesis, 1998. Author: The Cytoplasm of Hepatocytes During Carcinogenesis, 1968. Contributor numerous articles to science and professional journals.