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Biochemist , educator

Hans G. Boman, Swedish biochemist, educator. Achievements include research in protein chromatography, protein synthesis and Ribonucleic acid methylation, penicillin resistance and bacterial cell envelopes, insect immunity, discovery of anti-bacterial pepficles the effector of uuinabe immunity.

Background

Boman, Hans G. was born on August 16, 1924 in Sweden.

Education

Bachelor of Science, University Uppsala, 1950. Doctor of Philosophy, University Uppsala, 1953. Doctor of Science, University Uppsala, 1958.

Career

Various teaching and research assistant positions Institute Biochemistry University Uppsala, 1952-1958. Research associate Rockefeller University, 1958-1960. Assistant professor biochemistry Uppsala University, 1960-1963.

Researcher molecular biology Swedish Natural Science Research Council, Uppsala, 1963-1966. Professor microbioology Medical Faculty University Umea, 1966-1976, chairman department microbiology, 1966-1971. Professor, chairman microbiology University Stockholm, 1976-1990, professor emeritus, since 1990.

Visiting professor biology Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, 1971-1972.

Achievements

  • Achievements include research in protein chromatography, protein synthesis and Ribonucleic acid methylation, penicillin resistance and bacterial cell envelopes, insect immunity, discovery of anti-bacterial pepficles the effector of uuinabe immunity.

Membership

Member science advisory council Swedish Prime Minister, 1969-1979. Member study group for grants Swedish Cancer Society, 1969-1978. Swedish representative Scandinavian Government, 1973-1976.

Member Royal Swedish Academy Engineering Sciences, Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, Academia Europa.

Connections

Married; 2 children.