Biography of Adolphe Dupont
Adolphe Dupont received his medical diploma in 1925 and interned in the department of the dermatologist Aimé Morelle (1869–1926). He subseyently spent a year at the University of Strasbourg, and then spent time in Paris to educate himself in the histopathology of the skin. After this he practised as a specialist in Anvers and Namur. From 1944 to 1962 he served in the belgian army.
In 1951, aged 53, Dopont qualified as a teacher, agrége. His thesis concerned ”l'angio-réticulomatose cutanée de Kaposi.” In 1955 he succeeded Nestor Yernaux (1883-1958) in the chair of dermatology at the medical faculty of the University of Bruxelles, and remained in that position until he was emerited in 1968.
We thank Andre Trombeta for information submitted.