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educator , Pharmacologist

Harald Horst Heinz Wilhelm Schmidt, German pharmacologist, educator. Achievements include two patents on antipter ininhibitors of nitric oxide synthase; research on arginine-to-nitric oxide signalling. Recipient Karl-Duisberg award German Academy Exchange Service, Bonn, Germany, 1985, Postdoctoral Research award German Research Society, Bonn, 1989.


Schmidt, Harald Horst Heinz Wilhelm was born on February 1, 1959 in Kassel, Germany. Son of Heinz H. and Renate University (Forchert) Schmidt.


Registered pharmacist, University Munich, 1983. Doctor of Medicine, University Berlin, 1987. Doctor of Philosophy, University Freiburg, Germany, 1987.

Habilitation, Universität Würzburg, Germany, 1994.


Research fellow, Albert-Ludwigs U., Freiburg, 1984-1986; research fellow, Royal Melbourne (Australia) Hospital, 1986; postdoctoral fellow, Freie U., Berlin, 1987-1989; research scientist, Abbott Laboratory, Chicago, 1989-1991; adjunct assistant professor, Northwestern University, Chicago, 1991-1992; private-doz., Julius-Max.-U., Würzburg, 1992-1996; university professor, dto., Julius-Max.-U., Würzburg, since 1996. Consultant Abbott laboratories, Chicago, 1991-1992.


  • Achievements include two patents on antipter ininhibitors of nitric oxide synthase. Research on arginine-to-nitric oxide signalling.


Youth executive German-Italian Society, Kassel, 1977. Referee, supervisor Bavarian Soccer Association, Kitzingen, since 1995. Member German Society Pharmacology and Toxicology, German Pharmaceutical Society, American Society Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics, American Society Biochemistry and Molecular Biology.


Married Beate Mechanical Engineering Fuchs, May 13, 1958. Children: Kimberly L., Tim M.

Heinz H. Schmidt

Renate University (Forchert) Schmidt

Beate Mechanical Engineering Fuchs

Tim M. Schmidt

Kimberly L. Schmidt