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educator , Veterinarian

Bernd Hoffmann, German Veterinarian, educator. Grantee German Research Foundation, since 1985. Member various national and international professional societies including German Society Endocrinology (task force hormone toxicology).

Background

Hoffmann, Bernd was born on December 12, 1940 in Neudek, Sudetenland. Son of Anton and Gertrud Pauline (Menzl) Hoffmann.

Education

Doctor of Veterinary Medicine, University Munich, 1965. Habilitation, University Munich, 1972. Doctor (honorary), Olsztyn University, Poland, 2001.

Career

Lecturer in physiology Colorado State University, Fort Collins, 1965-1967. Science assistant Technology University Munich, 1967-1972, senior research assistant, 1972-1977. Visiting professor University Illinois, Urbana, 1977-1978.

Director, professor Federal Health Institute, Berlin, 1978-1984. Professor Justus-Liebig-University, Giessen, Germany, 1984—2007, vice president, 1997-1999. Dean college veterinary medicine University Giessen, 1989-1990, 93-94, 2001-2004, acting department head, 1987-1988, 91-92, 96-97, 99-01, 03-07.

President Academy Animal Health, Bonn, 1990-2007. Member, vice chairman Veterinary Products Committee, Berlin, since 1985. Visiting professor Olsztyn University, Poland, 1999-2007.

President Giessener Hochschulgesellschaft, 2000-2007, president Foundation Giessener Hochschul-gesellschaft, since 2008. Chairman assistant veterinary faculty German speaking countries, 2003-2010. Laureat Martin-Lerche-Forschungspreis, 2009.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor articles to professional journals and chapters to books.

Membership

Member various national and international professional societies including German Society Endocrinology (task force hormone toxicology).

Connections

Married Irene Eichstadt, March 19, 1965. Children: Andrea, Ulrich, Juergen.

father:
Anton Hoffmann

mother:
Gertrud Pauline (Menzl) Hoffmann

spouse:
Irene Eichstadt

child:
Andrea Hoffmann

child:
Ulrich Hoffmann

child:
Juergen Hoffmann