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Hasko Henrich Paradies, German chemistry professor, consultant. Achievements include over 200 patents in field. Fellow Royal Society Chemistry (England); member American College of Surgeons, American Materials Research Society, American Neutron Scatter Society, New York Academy of Sciences, Charles Darwin Association, Gesellschaft Deutsche Naturforscher und Arzte.

Background

Paradies, Hasko Henrich was born on February 18, 1940 in Bremen, Germany. Son of Henry J. and Erna (Poppinga)Paradies.

Education

Doctor of Philosophy in Biochemistry (honorary), Albert Einstein-Foundation, 1990. Diploma chemistry, Doctor of Medicine, University Munster, 1966. Doctor of Philosophy in Medicine, University Munster, 1967.

Postgraduate, University Munster, 1970. Doctor of Philosophy in Chemistry, University Uppsaa, 1969. Postgraduate, King's College, 1971.

Postgraduate, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1971. Doctor in Bio-chemical Science (honorary), Royal Crown Spain, 1986.

Career

Research associate University Munster, 1966. Postdoctoral fellow King's College, 1969-1971, Boston, 1971-1972. Research associate Max Planck Institute, Berlin, 1971.

Professor biochemistry Free University Berlin, 1974-1983, chairman department chemistry and biochemistry, 1974-1977, chairman department plant physiology and cell biology, 1980-1982. Professor biotechnology and physical chemistry University Applied Sciences, since 1988. Faculty chemistry and chemical engineering University Paderborn, 1997—2000.

Professor University Salford, Manchester, England, since 2000. Guest and visiting professor chemistry Cornell University, Ithaca, New York, 1977—1979. Director research and development Medice-Corporation, Ltd., 1984—1986, director, since 1986.

Senior lecturer technical chemistry department engineering University Hagen, 1985—1986. Science consultant, counsel Sherex, Inc., Dublin, Witco, Inc., Greenwich, Connecticut, Medice, Inc., Germany, Octapharma, Germany, SKW AG, Symbiopharm. Guest professor biotechnology and physical chemistry Märkische Hochschule Iserlohn, University Applied Sciences, 1987—1988.

Chaired professor biotechnology and physical chemistry University Paderborn, since 1997. Visiting professor Louisiana State University, 1991—1993. Visiting professor chemistry department Ohio State University, since 1992.

Visiting professor Materials Science Center, Joule Physics Laboratory, Salford University, Manchester, England, 2000—2001. Research-visiting professor Institute Materials Science, Salford University, Manchester, England, 2001—2006. Distinguished visiting professor Joule physics laboratory University Salford, Manchester, England, since 2006.

Achievements

  • Achievements include over 200 patents in field.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor articles to professional journals, chapters to books.

Membership

Fellow Royal Society Chemistry (England). Member American College of Surgeons, American Materials Research Society, American Neutron Scatter Society, New York Academy of Sciences, Charles Darwin Association, Gesellschaft Deutsche Naturforscher und Arzte.

Connections

Married Gundrun K. Patzelt, June 28, 1973. Children: Gesa-Kundry, Jan-Henry, Felix-Benjamin.

father:
Henry J. Paradies

mother:
Erna (Poppinga)Paradies

spouse:
Gundrun K. Patzelt

children:
Gesa-Kundry Paradies

Jan-Henry Paradies

Felix-Benjamin Paradies