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Marian Hillar

philosophy and biology educator

Marian Hillar, Polish philosophy and biology educator. Member of American Association for the Advancement of Science, Institute Religion Age Science, Alliance Francaise, Society Advancement American Philosophy, Bio-chemical Society (London), Biophysics Society.

Background

Hillar, Marian was born on March 22, 1938 in Bromberg, Poland. Arrived in United States, 1969. Daughter of Henry and Elisabeth (Lassmann) Hillar.

Education

Doctor of Medicine, University Medical School Danzig Poland, 1962. Doctor of Philosophy, University Medical School Danzig Poland, 1966.

Career

Instructor to assistant professor department biochemistry University Medical School, Danzig, Poland, 1958—1969. Senior research associate department cell biophysics Baylor College Medicine, Houston, 1969—1970, adjunct assistant professor division cell biophysics, 1970—1978. Assistant professor department biology Texas Southern University, Houston, 1971—1975, associate professor, 1975—1981, professor, 1981—1985, since 1986.

Professor, chairman department biochemistry Ponce (Puerto Rico) School Medicine, 1985—1986. President Copernicus Society, Houston, 1975—1978.

Works

Membership

Member of American Association for the Advancement of Science, Institute Religion Age Science, Alliance Francaise, Society Advancement American Philosophy, Bio-chemical Society (London), Biophysics Society.

Connections

Married Janett Faundez Hillar, August 24, 1970. Children: Anne Margueritte, Christopher Jacques.

father:
Henry Hillar

mother:
Elisabeth (Lassmann) Hillar

spouse:
Janett Faundez Hillar

children:
Anne Margueritte Hillar

Christopher Jacques Hillar