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Michael Wilhelm Emil Steinhausen

physiologist , researcher

Michael Wilhelm Emil Steinhausen, German physiologist, researcher. Recipient Gold award British Medical Association Film Competition, London, 1968, Price of Soviet Union, International Science Film Association, Kiew, 1971, Malpigi prize European Microcirculation Society, Antwerpen, 1976, Universitätsmedaille Heidelberg, 1994.

Background

Steinhausen, Michael Wilhelm Emil was born on June 28, 1930 in Greifswald, Germany. Son of Wilhelm and Marie-Helene (Colsman) Steinhausen.

Education

Doctor of Medicine, University Kiel, Germany, 1958. Habilitation, University Heidelberg, Germany, 1966. Doctor of Science (honorary), University Louisville, 1990.

Career

With Physiology Institute University Heidelberg, Germany, 1960-1963, with department ophthalmology Germany, 1963-1964, member I. Physiological Institute Germany, since 1966, professor physiology Germany, since 1972. With department physiology Cornell Medical School, New York, 1965-1966. Visiting professor California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, 1976, University Arizona, Tucson, 1982.

Membership

Leader Heidelberger Ärzteorchester. Member Microcirculation Society Germany (chairman 1979, 87, 92), Physiology Society, Nephrology Society.

Connections

Married Brigitte Holtz, April 22, 1957. Children: Mechthild, Friedhelm, Almut, Ute, Wiltrud.

father:
Wilhelm Steinhausen

mother:
Marie-Helene (Colsman) Steinhausen

spouse:
Brigitte Holtz

children:
Mechthild Steinhausen

Friedhelm Steinhausen

Almut Steinhausen

Ute Steinhausen

Wiltrud Steinhausen