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Jules Brossard

Born 1855
Died 1911

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French internist and pathologist, born 1855, Niort, Deux Sèvres; died May 9, 1911.

Biography of Jules Brossard

Jules Brossard was an interne at the Paris hospitals from 1882 to 1886, assistant professor of pathology and clinical medicine at the Ecole de médecine de Poitiers from 1889. From 1890 to 1895 he was in charge of clinical teaching, and from 1895 professor of histology. He became titular professor at the chair of internal pathology in 1903, and worked as physician at the Hôtel-Dieu de Poitiers.

Obituary in: Poitou médical. 1911. pp. 97-102.

We thank Dr. Walusinski, Brou, France, and Grace E. Jacobs for information submitted.

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