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Biochemist , researcher

ZenkeviCS Henriks, Latvian, USSR biochemist, researcher. Achievements include isolation and investigation of purified subunits of sturgeaon gonadotropin; comparative investigations of fish gonadotropic hormones. Member Latvian Academy of Sciences (director 1990), New York Academy of Sciences, Latvian Council of Scientific.

Background

Henriks, ZenkeviCS was born on July 4, 1937 in Riga, Latvia. Son of Antons and Genoveva (Skuca) Z.

Education

Master of Science, University Latvia, 1963. Candidate Biological Science, Academy of Sciences, Moscow, 1972. Doctor Biological Science, Academy of Sciences, Leningrad, 1987.

Career

Engineer chemical plant, Olaine, Latvia, Union of the Soviet Socialist Republics, 1965-1970. Science assistant Institute Biology, Salaspils, Union of the Soviet Socialist Republics, 1971-1976, senior science assistant Union of the Soviet Socialist Republics, 1976-1993, head laboratory Union of the Soviet Socialist Republics, since 1976, scientific director Union of the Soviet Socialist Republics, since 1980, professor Latvia, 1993.

Achievements

  • Achievements include isolation and investigation of purified subunits of sturgeaon gonadotropin. Comparative investigations of fish gonadotropic hormones.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: Fish Gonadotropic Hormone, 1992. Contributor over 90 articles to scientific journals.

Membership

Member Latvian Academy of Sciences (director 1990), New York Academy of Sciences, Latvian Council of Scientific.

Connections

Married Ingrida Stankevica, March 27, 1965. Children: Vita, Ieva.

father:
Antons Z.

mother:
Genoveva (Skuca) Z.

spouse:
Ingrida Stankevica

child:
Vita Henriks

child:
Ieva Henriks