Lutz Erich Tharandt
Lutz Erich Tharandt, German endocrinologist, educator. Achievements include research in endocrine regulation of the metabolism of gonadotropine-releasing hormone. Recipient Theodor-Frerichs prize German Society Internal Medicine, 1982. Fellow German Chamber Physicians (examiner).
Tharandt, Lutz Erich was born on April 20, 1944 in Plauen, Germany. Son of Erich Richard Johannes and Charlotte Helene Tharandt.
Doctor of Medicine, 1970.
Medical assistant Krankenanstalt Bethel, Bielefeld, Germany, 1970-1971. Research assistant Institute Biochemistry University Duesseldorf, Germany, 1971-1973. Medical research assistant University Essen, Germany, 1974-1984, professor clinical endocrinology Germany, since 1988.
Head metabolic unit Krankenhaus Stade, Germany, 1984-1987. Research fellow National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, Maryland, 1982.
Achievements include research in endocrine regulation of the metabolism of gonadotropine-releasing hormone.
Contributor over 100 articles to professional journals.
Fellow German Chamber Physicians (examiner).
Married Johanna Magdalene Schickling, February 6, 1970. Children: Nils, Inga.
Erich Richard Johannes
Charlotte Helene Tharandt
Johanna Magdalene Schickling