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Rolf K.H. Kinne, German research scientist. Recipient Robert Pitt Memorial Lecturer award International Congress Physiological Science, Budapest, Hungary, 1980, Homer Smith award American Society Nephrology and New York Heart Association, 1989. Fellow New York Academy of Sciences; member Association for Advancement of biomedical Science in Dortmund (founder, chairman since 1987), German Academy Basic Scientists, Leopoldina.

Background

Kinne, Rolf K.H. was born on September 27, 1941 in Berlin. Son of Karl-Heinz E. and Louise (Paetschke) Kinne.

Education

Doctor of Medicine, Free University, Berlin, 1967. Doctor of Philosophy, Johann W. Goethe University, Frankfurt, Germany, 1970. Doctor of Medicine (honorary), University Naples, Italy, 1997.

Career

Research associate Max-Planck-Institute Biophysics, Frankfurt, 1967-1979. Professor Johann W. Goethe University, 1976, University Dusseldorf, Germany, 1985. Chairman, professor Albert Einstein College Medicine, Bronx, New York, 1980-1983.

Director Max-Planck-Institute Systemphysiologie, Dortmund, Germany, 1985-1992, director department epithelial cell physiology Germany, 1986—2005. Director Conruhr Academy Exchange Office, New York, since 2005. Founder, chairman Membrane Transport Society New York, 1981-1983.

Vice president Mound Desert Island Biological Laboratory, Salsbury Cove, since 1992.

Membership

Fellow New York Academy of Sciences. Member Association for Advancement of biomedical Science in Dortmund (founder, chairman since 1987), German Academy Basic Scientists, Leopoldina.

Connections

1 child, Daniel.

father:
Karl-Heinz E. Kinne

mother:
Louise (Paetschke) Kinne

child:
Daniel Kinne