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Bent Heine Havsteen

biochemistry educator

Bent Heine Havsteen, Danish biochemistry educator. Recipient Fullbright Travel grant, Washington, 1958-1962. Lieutenant Danish Engineers, 1955-1958. Member Danish Engineering Society, New York Academy of Sciences, German-Danish Society (board directors Kiel, since 1974).

Background

Havsteen, Bent Heine was born on August 7, 1933 in Copenhagen. Son of Eigil HeineDue and Ingeborg Elise Gjolby (Buch) Havsteen.

Education

Master of Science. in Chemical Engineering, Danish Technology University, Copenhagen, 1956. Doctor of Philosophy in Biochemistry, Cornell University, 1962. Doctor of Philosophy, University Copenhagen, 1968.

Career

Research chemist Colonial Sugar Refining Limited company, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, 1958-1959. Teaching assistant Cornell University, Ithaca, New York, 1959, research assistant, 1960-1962, instructor, 1962-1963. Postdoctoral fellow Max Planck Institute of Physical Chemistry, GÖttingen, Federal Republic Germany, 1963-1965.

Reader University Aarhus, Denmark, 1967-1972. Professor, department head biochemistry University Kiel, Federal Republic Germany, since 1972. Senator University Kiel, 1974-1978.

Works

  • Editor: Medical Research: An Introduction, 1969. Inventor: (Danish patent) optical aiming device, 1974. Contributor over 200 articles to professional journals since 1962.

Membership

Lieutenant Danish Engineers, 1955-1958. Member Danish Engineering Society, New York Academy of Sciences, German-Danish Society (board directors Kiel, since 1974).

Connections

Married Brigette Heyck, September 24, 1976. 1 child, Inger.

father:
Eigil HeineDue Havsteen

mother:
Ingeborg Elise Gjolby (Buch) Havsteen

spouse:
Brigette Heyck

child:
Inger Havsteen