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Juergen Gerhard Kleinschmidt

Juergen Gerhard Kleinschmidt, German physicist, physiologist, photobiologist. Recipient KNEIPP prize Stadt Bad Worishofen, 1989, State prize Bad Kissingen, 1992, Boxberger prize, 1995, Andrea Bacci prize University Parma, Italy, 1995.


  • Kleinschmidt, Juergen Gerhard was born on December 30, 1944 in Bublitz, Pommern, Germany. Son of Theo Max and Edith Elisabeth (Teske) Kleinschmidt.

  • Education

    • Diploma in physics, University Munich, 1969. Doctor, University Munich, 1984. Doctor in Physiology, University Marburg, Germany, 1984.


    • Leader practical physics in medicine University Munich, 1969-1971, leader research project on ozone, 1971-1972. Assistant Institute for Medical Balneology and Climatology, Munich, 1972-1976, deputy leader medical physics, 1976-1990. Professor medical balneology Institute for Medical Malneology and Climatology, since 1990.

      Leader Institute for Medical Balneology and Climatology, since 1996. Member award committee Rikli award, Atlanta, Rehabilitation award, Mannheim, Germany, Radon award Bad Hall, Sauna award, Bielefeld, Germany. Chairman Peloidausschuss, Bonn, 1992, science board Totes Meer Salz, Bad Salzschlirf, 1988.


    • Contributor articles to professional journals.


    Party affiliation: Free Democratic Party


    Denomination: Evangelican


    Chairman Verein Staatsbediensteten wohnungen, Munich, 1987. Vice president Research Supporting Company, Munich, 1997. Member Research Supporting Company, Bad F├╝ssing, 1985, Bad Elster, 1991.

    Member Federation International Thesmalism et Climatism (vice president).



    Sailing, refereeing handball, playing in brass bands.


    • Married Ingrid Emma Lorenz, April 11, 1968. Children: Stefan, Sven.
    • father: Theo Max Kleinschmidt
    • mother: Edith Elisabeth (Teske) Kleinschmidt
    • spouse: Ingrid Emma Lorenz
    • children: Stefan Kleinschmidt
    • Sven Kleinschmidt
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    Born December 30, 1944
    (age 72)
    • 1969
      University Munich
    • 1984
      University Munich
    • 1984
      University Marburg
    • 1972 - 1976
      assistant, Institute for Medical Balneology and Climatology
      Munich, Bayern, Germany, Germany
    • 1990
      professor, medical balneology Institute for Medical Malneology and Climatology
    • 1996
      leader, Institute for Medical Balneology and Climatology
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