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Medical microbiology educator

Hans Joachim Wolf, German medical microbiology educator. Recipient Curt-Bohnewand-Preis, Munich, 1983; named Honorary Professor, Chinese Academy Preventive Medicine, 1983, Institute Medical Biology of Chinese Academy Medical Sciences, Peking Union Medical College, 1996.

Background

Wolf, Hans Joachim was born on March 9, 1945 in Kronach, Bavaria, Germany. Son of Franz Seraph and Lina Helene (Dietlmeier) Wolf.

Education

Abitur, Gymnasium, Kronach, 1966. State's exam in chemistry and biology, Julius-Maximilians University, Wurzburg, Germany, 1970. Doctor rerum naturalium (Doctor in Sciences), Julius-Maximilians University, Wurzburg, Germany, 1974.

Doctor of Medicine habilitation, Ludwig-Maximilians University, Munich, 1979.

Career

Research associate, Julius-Maximiliaus U., Wurzburg, 1971-1972; research associate, U. Erlangen, Germany, 1972-1974; research fellow, University of Chicago, Illinois, 1974-1977; research associate, Ludwig-Maximilians U., Munich, 1977-1982; professor section chief, Ludwig-Maximilians U., Munich, 1982-1990; director department medical microbiology and hygiene, U. Regensburg, Germany, since 1990.

Membership

Member Deutsche Gesellschaft f. Hygiene University Mikrobiologie, Deutsche Gesellschaft f. Chemiker, American Society for Microbiology, European Group Rapid Viral Diagnosis, Association for Biological Chemistry, German Association Virology.

Connections

Married Anita Irene, May 23, 1969. Children: Dominik Stefan, Sebastian Tobias, Maximilian Michael.

father:
Franz Seraph Wolf

mother:
Lina Helene (Dietlmeier) Wolf

spouse:
Anita Irene

children:
Maximilian Michael Wolf

Sebastian Tobias Wolf

Dominik Stefan Wolf