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chemist , university professor

Dieter Bingmann, German physiologist, educator. Achievements include research in epileptogenesis and ionic milieu; research in chemosensivity of medullary neurons and peripheral receptors; research in signaling in bone cells; research in role of intracellular pH for the treatment of neural diseases; patents in field. Recipient Copp prize, Deutsch Gesellschaft Osteologie, 1993.

Background

Fenske, Dieter was born on September 29, 1942 in Dortmund, Germany. Son of Heinz and Waltraud (Sauer) Fenske.

Education

Fenske studied chemistry at the University of Münster, received his PhD in 1973 and his Habilitation in 1978.

Career

Assistant University Münster, 1973-1981. Professor University Karlsruhe, Germany, 1981-1985, 88—, University Frankfurt, Germany, 1986-1988. Dean University Karlsruhe, 1990-1994.

Assessor German Science Foundation, Bonn, 1991-1995, since 2000, senate member, 1995-2001. Director Institute Nanotechnology, Karlsruhe, since 1999.

Achievements

  • Achievements include research in epileptogenesis and ionic milieu. Research in chemosensivity of medullary neurons and peripheral receptors. Research in signaling in bone cells.

    Research in role of intracellular pH for the treatment of neural diseases. Patents in field.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: Cluster Chemistry, 1994. Contributor numerous articles to professional journals.

Membership

German Academy of Sciences Leopoldina. Heidelberg Academy for Sciences and Humanities.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocation: music.

Connections

Married Monika Voss-Bingmann, April 16, 1982. 1 child Annika.

father:
Waldemar Bingmann

mother:
Hortense Bingmann

spouse:
Monika Voss-Bingmann

child:
Annika Bingmann