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Herbert Thomas Hensgen

Herbert Thomas Hensgen was American medical technologist. Deacon Madisonville Baptist Church, 1977. Member American Society Clinical Pathology, Triple Nine Society, American Mensa Ltd.

Background

  • Hensgen, Herbert Thomas was born on May 28, 1947 in Cincinnati. Son of Herbert and Carolyn Elizabeth (Stites) Hensgen.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Science, University Cincinnati, 1973. Master of Science, University Cincinnati, 1978. Associate of Applied Science, Cincinnati State Technology and Community College, 1981.

    Career

    • Graduate teaching assistant University Cincinnati, 1976-1977. Lecturer Xavier University (formerly Edgecliff College), Cincinnati, 1977-1978. Technical Our Lady of Mercy Hospital (now Mercy Hospital Anderson), 1979-1981, medical laboratory technical, 1981—1984, medical technologist, 1984—1986.

      Research assistant Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center, 1986—2010. Instructor Cincinnati State Technology and Community College, 1984-1985.

    Major achievements

    • Achievements include production of data suggesting lack of insulin-like growth factor-1 (IGF-I) may mediate growth retardation in the neonatal rat. Discovery of evidence that IGF-I may be one of several growth factors regulating differentiation of the fetal brain. Demonstration that the antigonadal effect of prolactin in the lizard Anolis carolinensis is directed toward the smaller ovarian follicles.

      Research on effects of IGF-I and its binding proteins on fetal and neonatal development.

    Works

    • Contributor article to General and Comparative Endocrinology. Co-author abstracts for Society for Pediatrics Research, Endocrine Society.

    Membership

    Deacon Madisonville Baptist Church, 1977. Member American Society Clinical Pathology, Triple Nine Society, American Mensa Ltd.

    Connections

    • father: Herbert Hensgen
    • mother: Carolyn Elizabeth (Stites) Hensgen
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    Born March 28, 1947
    (age 70)
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