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Anna-Regula Lutz-Richner

Born  1942

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Swiss paediatrician, born April 22, 1942, Zurich.

Biography of Anna-Regula Lutz-Richner

Anna-Regula Richner studied Medicine in Zurich, where she graduated in 1967. The same year she married the physician Walter Lutz. She was assistant at the paediatric clinic of the University of Bern from summer 1967 to the end of 1968. Then she passed two years in the paediatric clinic of the canton hospital in Chur under the leadership of Robert Franz Landolt. In the spring of 1971 she returned to the paediatric clinic of the University of Bern for 6 months. She got her doctor's degree in 1973 and her specialisation diploma in paediatrics the following year.

We thank Patrick Jucker-Kupper, Switzerland, for information submitted.


  • Familiäre Gallengangsmissbildungen mit tubulärer Niereninsuffizienz.
    Offprint from Helvetica Paediatrica Acta, Basel, 1973, 28: 3-12
    [Medical thesis under R. F. Landolt, with curriculum vitae]

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