Frédéric Justin Collet
Biography of Frédéric Justin Collet
Frédéric Justin Collet studied in Lyon as a pupil of Raphael Lépine (1851-1919), Pierret and Antonin Poncet (1849-1913). He became interne des hôpitaux and went abroad to study otology and laryngology at the various centres of Europe, in particular Vienna, where he in 1892 worked with Adam Politzer (1835-1920), Leopold Ritter von Schrötter-Kristelli (1837-1908) and Hans Chiari (1851-1916).
Collet received his doctorate in Lyon in 1894, becoming agrégé in 1895. In 1901 he was appointed médecin des hôpitaux, became professor of general pathology, then, in 1907, of internal pathology, and from 1927 was professor of oto-laryngology at the faculty in Lyon.
With André Chantemesse (1851-1919) and Antonin Poncet Collet in 1910 founded the Bibliothèque de la Tuberculose, a collection of monographs devoted to this disease.