Dutch physician; born at Rotterdam May 10, 1863; educated at the University of Leyden (M.D. 1886). He established himself as a physician in Amsterdam. Since 1893 he has been collaborator on the "Nederlandsch Tijdschrift van Geneeskunde," for medical ethics and professional interests. In 1895 he founded the Society for the Promotion of the Interests of Judaism in Holland, and since 1898 he has been president of the society formed for the purpose of combating the Neo-Malthusian principles, of which he is one of the most vigorous opponents. He has written many articles on this subject.
In 1890 he published "Abraham Kashlari: over Pestachtige Koortsen (Werken van het Genootschap voor Natuur Genees en Heelkunde)."
Pinkhof is a member of the curatorium of Dr. Dünner's Theological Seminary of Amsterdam.