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Biographical entry Lambers, Johannes Thieo (Hans) (1950 - )

Born
16 December 1950
Anloo, Netherlands
Occupation
Plant physiologist

Summary

Johannes Thieo (Hans) Lambers is Head of School of Plant Biology within the Faculty of Natural and Agricultural Sciences at the University of Western Australia.

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1974
Education - Bachelor of Arts in Biology (BA) completed at the University of Groningen, The Netherlands
1976
Education - Doctorandus degree (equivalent to a MSc) completed at the University of Groningen
1979
Education - Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) completed at the University of Groningen
1980 - 1982
Education - Postdoctoral studies at the universities of Groningen, Melbourne and Western Australia
1982 - 1984
Career position - Postdoctoral studies at the University of Groningen
1985 - 1997
Career position - Chair of Ecophysiology at the Utrecht University, The Netherlands
1991
Career position - Chairman of a European Network on Whole Plant Physiology
1991
Career position - Visiting Professor at the University of Bern, Switzerland
1992 - 1998
Career position - Head of the Department of Plant Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, Utrecht University
1992 - 2000
Career position - Secretary General of the Federation of European Societies of Plant Physiology (FESPP)
1993 - 1998
Career position - Director of the Institute of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, Utrecht University
1995
Award - Honorary member of the Bulgarian Union of Scientists
1995
Award - Bronze Medal received from the Faculty of Agriculture at the University of Pisa, Italy
1995 - 1996
Career position - Deputy Dean of the Faculty of Agriculture at the University of Western Australia
1997 -
Award - Fellow of the Hollandsche Maatschappij der Wetenschappen (Dutch Academy of Sciences)
1997 - 1998
Career position - Chair of Plant Ecology at the University of Western Australia
1997 - 2001
Career position - Professor of Ecophysiology (part time) at the Utrecht University
1999 - 2002
Career position - Head of Plant Sciences at the University of Western Australia
2000
Career position - Vice-President of the Australian Society of Plant Physiologists
2001
Career position - Deputy Executive of the University of Western Australia
2001
Career position - Member of the International Council on Plant Nutrition
2001 - 2002
Career position - President of the Australian Society of Plant Physiologists
2002 -
Career position - Inaugural Head of the School of Plant Biology at the University of Western Australia
2002
Award - Honorary Professorship (equivalent of an honorary doctorate) received from the China Agricultural University in Beijing
2003 -
Award - Fellow of the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences (KNAW)
2004 -
Award - Fellow of the World Innovation Foundation
2004
Award - Honorary Professorship received from the Chinese Academy of Sciences (Research Centre for Eco- Environmental Sciences, Beijing), China.

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