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Biochemistry educator

Klaus Hermann Mosbach, German biochemistry educator. Recipient Arrhenius medal, 1983, gold medal Royal Swedish Academy Engineering Sciences, 1990, research prize Swedish Fund for Research with Animal Experiments, 1993; International prize Enzyme Engineering Foundation, 1985, International prize Organization Affinity Chromatography,, 1985.

Background

Mosbach, Klaus Hermann was born on November 26, 1932 in Leipzig, Germany. Arrived in Sweden, 1950. Son of Hermann Theodor and Katharine Therese (Stolle) Mosbach.

Education

Master of Science, Lund University, Sweden, 1956. Doctor of Philosophy, Lund University, Sweden, 1960.

Career

Professor biochemistry, chairman department Lund University, since 1970. Humboldt assistant professor Max Planck Institute, Munich, 1967. Visiting professor Weizmann Institute of Science, Rehovot, Israel, 1970.

Visiting professor, Dallas, 1973, Japanese Society for Promotion of Science, 1978, University Bath, England, since 1996, Catholic University Louvain, Belgium, since 1996. Professor biotechnology Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Zurich, 1982-1985. Member science board biotechnology companies, including Biogen and Hybritech, also involved with start-up of new companies.

Membership

Fellow International Institute Biotechnology. Member European Molecular Biology Organization, American Society Biological Chemists (honorary).

Connections

Married May Eivor Roslund, August 31, 1963. Children: Petra, Katja, Vanja.

father:
Hermann Theodor Mosbach

mother:
Katharine Therese (Stolle) Mosbach

spouse:
May Eivor Roslund

children:
Petra Mosbach

Katja Mosbach

Vanja Mosbach