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biologist , research scientist

Margret Helene Janssen Bayer, German biologist, research scientist. Grantee National Science Foundation, since 1977. Fellow Royal Entomological Society, American Academy Microbiology; member International Society Study of Comparative Oncology, American society Microbiology, Federation European Societies Plant Physiology.

Background

Bayer, Margret Helene Janssen was born on July 8, 1931 in Hamburg, Germany. Came to the United States, 1962. Daughter of Ernst Johann and Hildegard (Sens) J.

Education

Master of Science in Biology, University Hamburg, Federal Republic Germany, 1958. Doctor of Natural Sciences, University Hamburg, Federal Republic Germany, 1961. Habilitation Botany and Plant Physiology, University Hamburg, Federal Republic Germany, 1976.

Career

Educator University Hamburg, 1958-1961, University Düsseldorf, Federal Republic Germany, 1959. Research associate Institute Cancer Research, Philadelphia, 1962-1976. Senior research associate microbiology Fox Chase Cancer Center, since 1977.

Visiting professor department biology, University Hamburg, 1975-1976, University Pennsylvania, 1979-1980.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor articles to professional journals.

Membership

Fellow Royal Entomological Society, American Academy Microbiology. Member International Society Study of Comparative Oncology, American society Microbiology, Federation European Societies Plant Physiology.

Connections

Married Manfred Erich Bayer, August 26, 1958. Children: Ada-Helen, Thora Ilin.

father:
Ernst Johann J.

mother:
Hildegard (Sens) J.

spouse:
Manfred Erich Bayer

children:
Ada-Helen Bayer

Thora Ilin Bayer