Gerhard Aumüller (born November 19, 1942 in Arolsen ) is a German physician and was professor of anatomy and cell biology at the Philipps University of Marburg . He also emerged as an organ historian.
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After graduating from high school, Aumüller studied medicine, anthropology and zoology at the universities of Mainz , Marburg and Würzburg from 1963 to 1968 . He received his doctorate in Mainz in 1969. In the field of anatomy he was a research assistant at the University of Mainz from 1969 to 1971 and at the University of Heidelberg from 1972 to 1975 . He completed his habilitation in 1974 in Heidelberg in the fields of anatomy, embryology and histology .
From 1975 to 1977 he was a lecturer in anatomy and in 1977 he was appointed professor of anatomy in Marburg. On the occasion of his retirement in 2008, he received the gold medal of honor from the State Welfare Association of Hesse . Aumüller published not only in the field of anatomy, but also on the history of medicine, especially during the time of National Socialism . Until 2012 he was director of the Marburg Museum anatomicum .
With his scientific focus on reproductive biology, he was a member of the European Academy of Andrology from 1995 to 2007 . Other memberships in scientific societies include the Anatomical Society , the Society for Histochemistry , the German Society for Andrology , the American Society of Andrology and the Society for the Study of Fertility and Sterility . From 1995 to 2000 he was editor-in-chief of Andrology magazine .
In addition, Aumüller has researched the historical organ building and published mainly on the classical organ building in Hesse and Westphalia . He has been a member of the Historical Commission for Hesse since 2000 and was elected to the advisory board of the International Heinrich Schütz Society (ISG) in 2012.
- Kornelia Grundmann, Gerhard Aumüller (Hrsg.): The Marburg Medical History Museum Anatomicum . History and exhibition objects (= Marburg city writings on history and culture . Volume 98 ). Rathaus-Verlag, Marburg 2012, ISBN 978-3-923820-98-6 .
- Neck, head . In: anatomy. 208 tables . 2nd Edition. Thieme, Stuttgart 2010, ISBN 978-3-13-136042-7 , p. 888-1053 .
- Gerhard Aumüller et al. (Ed.): Service to the sick. Health care between Caritas, medicine and economy from the Middle Ages to modern times. History and development of health care in socio-economic change . Elwert, Marburg 2007, ISBN 978-3-7708-1315-5 .
- Gerhard Aumüller et al. (Ed.): The Marburg Medical Faculty in the “Third Reich” (= Academia Marburgensis . Volume 8 ). Saur, Munich 2001, ISBN 3-598-24570-X .
- Gerhard Aumüller, Harumi Murata (ed.): Samuel Thomas Soemmerring - entrails. About the construction of the human body . tape 5 . Schwabe, Basel 1996, ISBN 3-437-25158-9 .
- Organ building
- Organ showpieces - works by the Nordhausen organ building family Compenius . In: Nordhäuser Nachrichten . 2019, p. 1-4 (Book 1); Pp. 1–3 (issue 2) .
- with Mad Kjersgaard: On the 400th anniversary of the death of the organ builder Esaias Compenius (1566–1617) . In: Ars Organi . tape 65 , 2017, p. 77-89 .
- with Lothar Schmidt: Music from the Reformation period in Hesse. Exhibition in the Hessian State Archive in Marburg. June 9th - June 30th September 2017 . Hessisches Staatsarchiv Marburg, Marburg 2017.
- The court organ builder and his competitors - A contribution to the history of the organ in the Kassel palace chapel . In: Journal of the Association for Hessian History and Regional Studies . tape 119 , 2014, pp. 51-82 ( online [PDF; 732 kB ]).
- Organs, organ builders and organists from the Schütz era in Hesse . In: Schütz yearbook . tape 34 , 2012, p. 111-136 .
- Esaias Compenius and his Family . In: Det Nationalhistoriske Museum Frederiksborg Slot (ed.): The Compenius Organ / Compenius-orglet . Hillerød 2012, ISBN 978-87-87237-73-4 , p. 64-83 .
- with Helga Brück, Ernst Bittcher: The Compenius organ of the Prediger Church in Erfurt. The Cumpenius / Compenius family and central German organ building in the 17th century . In: Messages of the association for the history and antiquity of Erfurt . 73 (NF 20). Erfurt 2012, p. 185–207 ( limited preview in Google Book search).
- Heinrich Cumpenius and his grandson Johannes Heckelauer. Two important organ builders in the north of the late Renaissance and early baroque periods . In: Contributions to the history of the city and district of Nordhausen . tape 36 . Neukirchener, Nordhausen 2011, p. 7-32 .
- On the history of the Schmalkalder organs in the 17th century . In: Museum Schloss Wilhelmsburg et al. (Ed.): Schmalkaldische Geschichtsblätter . tape 1 , 2011, p. 7-60 .
- with Wolf Hobohm , Dorothea Schröder: Harmony of sound and appearance - The importance of the organ building families Beck and Compenius for the Central German organ art of the time before Heinrich Schütz . In: Schütz yearbook . tape 32 , 2010, p. 51-105 .
- History of the Bad Wildungen organ in the 16th and 17th centuries . In: Acta Organologica . tape 31 , 2009, p. 111-148 .
- with Dorothea Schröder , Dietrich Kollmannsperger: Subtle patronage? The Westphalian organist family Busse and their relationship with Kaspar von Fürstenberg (1545–1618) . In: Yearbook for Central German Church and Order History . 5th year 2009, p. 47-103 .
- with Barbara Uppenkamp: facts and questions about the origin of the Marburg Castle organ . In: Journal of the Association for Hessian History and Regional Studies . tape 113 , 2008, pp. 152–164 ( online [PDF; 630 kB ]).
- Organs and organ builders in Hesse at the time of Landgraves Wilhelm IV and Moritz the Scholar . In: Acta Organologica . tape 28 , 2004, pp. 37-64 .
- with Eckhard Trinkaus: organ building in the Waldeck-Frankenberg district . In: Friedhelm Brusniak , Hartmut Wecker (ed.): Music in Waldeck-Frankenberg. Music history of the district . Bing, Korbach 1997, ISBN 3-87077-098-8 , pp. 144-202 .
- Literature by and about Gerhard Aumüller in the catalog of the German National Library
- Homepage at the University of Marburg
- ↑ Biography on the homepage of the University of Marburg , viewed January 1, 2013.
- ↑ LWV honors Prof. Dr. Gerhard Aumüller with a gold medal of honor ( memento from February 17, 2013 in the web archive archive.today ).
- ↑ Membership in Scientific Organizations , as of January 1, 2013.
|ALTERNATIVE NAMES||Aumüller, Gerd|
|BRIEF DESCRIPTION||German physician and professor (University of Marburg), organ historian|
|DATE OF BIRTH||November 19, 1942|
|PLACE OF BIRTH||Arolsen|