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chemist

Mahendra Kumar Singh, Indian chemist. Achievements include development in blood group serology in practical field; research in relation between F VIII and Association of Tennis Professionals-ase system thrombocytes, Human Leucocyte Antigens-monospecific rare antiserum, protein analysis for FVIII in hemophilic patients.

Background

Singh, Mahendra Kumar was born on January 1, 1930 in Dibai, India. Arrived in Germany, 1958. Son of Thakur Karan and Jai Devi (Kunwar) Singh.

Education

Master of Science, Agra (India) College, 1949. Doctor rerum naturalium (Doctor of Philosophy. in Sciences), University Hamburg, Germany, 1963.

Career

Lecturer, B.N.S.D. College, Kanpur, India, 1951-1952; scientific assistant, Defense Research laboratories, Kanpur, 1952-1958; scientific assistant, British Petroleum Hamburg, 1958-1960; research scholarship, U. Hamburg, 1960-1963; research assistant, Medical College, Hamburg, 1963-1974; officiating head, Department of Microbiology and Blood Bank, General Government Hospital, 1974-1978; product manager, head, Blood Bank, Hamburg, 1978-1992; professor indology Department, University Kiel, 1997-1998.

Achievements

  • Achievements include development in blood group serology in practical field. Research in relation between F VIII and Association of Tennis Professionals-ase system thrombocytes, Human Leucocyte Antigens-monospecific rare antiserum, protein analysis for FVIII in hemophilic patients.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: Haemophilia, 1971. Contributor articles to professional journals.

Membership

President Deutsch-Indisch Kultur, Hamburg, 1963-1966, Kiwani International Club, Hamburg, 1991-1992. Member International Society Blood Transfusion, German Society Blood Transfusion and Immunohematology.

Connections

Married Ute Bentel, October 7, 1966. Children: Manoj, Sanjiv.

father:
Thakur Karan Singh

mother:
Jai Devi (Kunwar) Singh

spouse:
Ute Bentel

child:
Manoj Singh

child:
Sanjiv Singh