Log In

Hannelore Grete Schwartze-Köhler

Pathophysiologist

Hannelore Grete Schwartze-Köhler was German pathophysiologist. Research grantee German Government, 1964-1993. Member Trade Union, Leipzig, 1967-1990. Member Community Medicine & Society Berlin, New York Academy of Sciences.

Background

Schwartze-Köhler, Hannelore Grete was born on August 3, 1933 in Dresden, Saxony, Germany. Daughter of Bernhard P. and Grete (Stieper) Köhler.

Education

Bachelor of Science, University Greifswald, Germany, 1954. Doctor of Medicine, University Leipzig, Germany, 1957. Doctor in Medical Science, University Leipzig, Germany, 1977.

Career

Resident Freiberg Hospital, 1958-1960, resident in pediatrics, 1960-1963. Resident in physiology University Leipzig, 1964-1966, specialist in physiology, 1967-1976, head division Institute Physiology, 1977-1980, lecturer pathophysiology Institute Physiology, 1981-1984, professor pathophysiology, 1984-1993. Retired; head department pathophysiology University Leipzig, 1981-1984, director Institute Pathophysiology, 1984-1993.

Works

  • Author: (with P. Schwartze) Physiologie des Foeta l Säuglings-und Kindesalters, 1977. Co-editor: (with P. Schwartze) Moderne Entwicklungsforschung in Experiment und Klinik, 1991. Contributor over 100 articles to professional journals.

Membership

Member Trade Union, Leipzig, 1967-1990. Member Community Medicine & Society Berlin, New York Academy of Sciences.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Fine arts and literature, music, family life, travel.

Connections

Married Peter Heinrich Schwartze, December 28, 1957. Children: Ulrike Schwartze-Diez, Thomas.

father:
Bernhard P. Köhler

mother:
Grete (Stieper) Köhler

spouse:
Peter Heinrich Schwartze

children:
Ulrike Schwartze-Diez Schwartze-Köhler

Thomas Schwartze-Köhler