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Heinrich Wilhelm Schulte Holthausen Edit Profile

educator , Molecular biologist

Heinrich Wilhelm Schulte Holthausen, German molecular biologist, educator. Recipient Walther-Richtzenhain-Preis award University Heidelberg, Federal Republic Germany, 1971, Thiersch-Preis award University Erlangen, 1973. Member German Society Hygiene Microbiology, German Cancer Society, Society Biological Chemistry.

Background

Holthausen, Heinrich Wilhelm Schulte was born on February 20, 1935 in Gelsenkirchen, Federal Republic Germany. Son of Wilhelm and Veronika (Wiesmann) S. Holthausen.

Education

Diploma in Chemistry, University Freiburg, Federal Republic Germany, 1963. Doctor of Philosophy, University Freiburg, Federal Republic Germany, 1966. Venia Legendi in Virology, University Erlangen, Federal Republic Germany, 1973.

Career

Postdoctoral fellow Max Planck Institute of Immunbiology, Freiburg, 1966, Duke University, Durham, North Carolina, 1967, Hershey (Pennsylvania) Medical Center, 1968-1969, University Wuerzburg, Federal Republic Germany, 1969-1972, University Erlangen, 1972-1974, assistant professor, 1974-1976. Professor, director Institute Molecular Biology, University Essen, Federal Republic Germany, 1976-2000, professor emeritus Federal Republic Germany, since 2000. Consultant government Northrhein-Westfalia, Federal Republic Germany, 1980-1982.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: Mechanisms of Viral Gene Expression and Tumor Induction.

Membership

Member German Society Hygiene Microbiology, German Cancer Society, Society Biological Chemistry.

Connections

Married Ingrid Huberta Heinen. Children: Anne, Britta, January.

father:
Wilhelm Holthausen

mother:
Veronika (Wiesmann) S. Holthausen

spouse:
Ingrid Huberta Heinen

children:
January Holthausen

Britta Holthausen

Anne Holthausen