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educator , consultant , radiobiologist

Wolfgang Hermann Gohde, German radiobiologist, educator, consultant. Achievements include invention of flourescent-based flow cytometry, 1968; patents in field. Member of German Rentgen Society.

Background

Gohde, Wolfgang Hermann was born on July 2, 1940 in Gorlitz, Saxonia, Germany. Son of Walter and Charlotte Gohde.

Education

Doctor of Philosophy, University Munster, Germany, 1965. Habilitation, University Munster, Germany, 1973.

Career

Assistant professor University Munster, 1973—1978. Associate professor University Texas Medical School, Houston, 1978—1979. Full professor and director University Munster, since 1979.

Founder Partec, 1968, Chief Executive Officer, since 2005.

Achievements

  • Achievements include invention of flourescent-based flow cytometry, 1968. Patents in field.

Membership

Member of German Rentgen Society.

Connections

Married Hildegard Elizabeth Gohde, May 13, 1965. Children: Susanne, Wolfgang, Roland, Ferdinand.

father:
Walter Gohde

mother:
Charlotte Gohde

spouse:
Hildegard Elizabeth Gohde

children:
Ferdinand Gohde

Wolfgang Gohde

Roland Gohde

Susanne Gohde