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developmental biology educator

Harald Helmut Jockusch, German developmental biology educator. Member 7 national and international science societies.

Background

Jockusch, Harald Helmut was born on March 5, 1939 in Frankfurt am Main, Germany. Son of Helmut and Gerda (Seifert) Jockusch.

Education

Student, University Frankfurt am Main, 1961. Student, University Tuebingen, Germany, 1963. Doctor Natural Sciences, University Tuebingen, Germany, 1966.

Habilitation, University Tuebingen, Germany, 1971. Student, University Munich, 1963.

Career

Research assistant Max Planck Institute for Biology, University Tübingen, 1966-1968, research fellow, 1970-1974, lecturer, 1971. Postdoctoral fellow Biophysics Laboratory, University Wisconsin, Madison, 1968-1970. Lecturer department biochemistry University Basel, Switzerland, 1974-1977.

Associate professor Institute Neurobiology, University Heidelberg, Germany, 1977-1981. Professor development biology and molecular pathology University Bielefeld, Germany, since 1981, prorector for research Germany, 1989-1992. Co-founder, speaker on pathomechanisms of cellular interactions special collaborative program University Bielefeld and University Münster, 1985, 93-96.

Co-founder, speaker on macromolecular processing and signalling in extracellular matrix special collaborative program University Bielefeld.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: Gone By is The Year of the Island, 1970, Crystals Demystified i Growth, Methods and Results of Molecular Biology, 1973, Egg and Skull, They Burst, 1989, The Student and His Town, 1994. Contributor over 150 articles to science journals, chapters to books.

Membership

Member 7 national and international science societies.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Drawing, painting.

Connections

Married Brigitte Schenk. Children: Arne Andreas, Wolf Joachim.

father:
Helmut Jockusch

mother:
Gerda (Seifert) Jockusch

spouse:
Brigitte Schenk

children:
Arne Andreas Jockusch

Wolf Joachim Jockusch