Belgian Physicians: Jean Stas, Jan Baptist Van Helmont, Paul Janssen, Peter Piot, Philippe Autier, Anselmus de Boodt, Luc de Schepper

9781156047996: Belgian Physicians: Jean Stas, Jan Baptist Van Helmont, Paul Janssen, Peter Piot, Philippe Autier, Anselmus de Boodt, Luc de Schepper

Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 18. Chapters: Abraham Mayer, Albert Hustin, Antoine Depage, Arthur Van Gehuchten, Bart De Strooper, Catherine Verfaillie, Constant Janssen, Désiré Collen, Emile Boulpaep, Françoise Meunier, Gaius Licoppe, Georges De Moor, Gottlieb Gluge, Jan De Maeseneer, Jean Stas, Joseph Guislain, Jos Devlies, Jules Voncken, Louis-Joseph Seutin, Luc Jouret, Marc Bangels, Marc Parmentier, Marc Twagirumukiza, Marc Van Ranst, Mark Waer, Martine Piccart, Paul Janssen, Paul Stoffels, Peter Carmeliet, Peter Piot, Philippe Autier, Philippe Baele, Pieter De Somer. Excerpt: Paul Adriaan Jan, Baron Janssen (born on 12 September 1926 in Turnhout, Belgium – 11 November 2003 in Rome, Italy) was the founder of Janssen Pharmaceutica, a pharmaceutical company with over 20,000 employees. Paul Janssen was the son of Constant Janssen and Margriet Fleerackers. On 16 April 1957, he married Dora Arts. He attended secondary school at the Jesuit St-Jozefcollege in Turnhout, after which he decided to follow in his father's footsteps and become a physician. During World War II, Janssen studied physics, biology, and chemistry at the Facultés universitaires Notre-Dame de la Paix (FUNDP) in Namur. He then studied medicine at the Catholic University of Leuven and the University of Ghent. In 1951, Janssen graduated "magna cum laude" in medicine from the University of Ghent. During his military service, he worked at the University of Cologne in Germany at the Institute of Pharmacology of J. Schuller, where he worked until 1952. After he returned to Belgium he worked part-time at the Institute of Pharmacology and Therapeutics (University of Ghent) of Professor Corneille Heymans, who had won the Nobel prize for medicine in 1938. Janssen founded his own research laboratory in 1953, with a loan of 50,000 Belgian francs from his father. In 1953 he also discovered his first drug ambucetamide, an antispasmodic found to be particularly effective for the relief of menstrual pain. Statue of Dr. Paul Janssen in Beerse, BelgiumIn 1956, Janssen received his teaching certificate for higher education in pharmacology (Venia legendi) with a thesis on Compounds of the R 79 type. He then left the university and in 1956 established the company which would become Janssen Pharmaceutica. On 11 February 1958 he made haloperidol a major breakthrough in the treatment of schizophrenia. Paul Janssen and his team developed the fentanyl family of drugs, and many other potent analgesics, such as droperidol and etomidate which made a significant contribution to anesthesiology. One of the d

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