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researcher , animal geneticist

Werner Hartmann, German animal geneticist, researcher. Recipient G. Mendel Memorial medal. Academy of Science, Brno, Czechoslovakia, 1965. Member Worlds Poultry Science, Animal Breeding Society, Animal Genetics Science Association, Polish Society Zootechnics (honorary).

Background

Hartmann, Werner was born on February 10, 1927 in Schessinghausen, Germany. Son of Friedrich and Luise (Masbruch) Hartmann.

Education

Diploma in Agriculture, University Gottingen, Germany, 1952. Doctor in Agriculture, University Gottingen, Germany, 1954. Postgraduate, Iowa State University, 1956.

Career

Researcher Max-Planck Institute, Mariensee, Germany, 1956-1960. Head broiler breeding Lohmann Company, Cuxhaven, Germany, 1960-1970. Head poultry genetics Federal Research, Celle, Germany, 1970-1992.

Consultant Animal Breeding Center, Godollo, Hungary, 1963-1968, Food and Agriculture Organization of United Nations, Rome, 1972-1974, Food and Agriculture Organization Poultry Program, Poznan, Poland, 1975-1981. Chairman European Working Group Poultry Breeding Genetics, 1976-1986.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: Worlds Poultry Science Journal, 1985, British Poultry Science, 1988, Diseases of Poultry, 1992, Worlds Poultry Science Journal, 1997.

Membership

Member Worlds Poultry Science, Animal Breeding Society, Animal Genetics Science Association, Polish Society Zootechnics (honorary).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Jogging, sauna, collecting old books and coins.

Connections

Married Renate Merck Hartmann, November 3, 1956 (widowed October 1991). Children: Franz-David, Michael, Luise, Christof.

father:
Friedrich Hartmann

mother:
Luise (Masbruch) Hartmann

spouse:
Renate Merck Hartmann

child:
Franz-David Hartmann

child:
Michael Hartmann

child:
Luise Hartmann

child:
Christof Hartmann