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René Stoppa

René Stoppa, surgeon, medical educator emeritus. Fellow American College of Surgeons; member French Association Surgery, International College Surgeons (governor), International Society Surgery, French Academy Surgery (titulary), French National Academy Medicine (correspondent), International College Digestive Surgery (founding), European Hernia Society (founding).

Background

  • Stoppa, René was born on December 9, 1921 in Herbillon, Algeria. Son of Albert-Edmond and Marguerite-Noémi (Eck) Stoppa.

  • Education

    • Doctor of Medicine University Algiers, 1954, Agregation chirurgie, 1962.

    Career

    • Intern, Algerian hospitals, 1950-1954. Faculty University Algiers, 1954-1962, professor surgery, 1962-1965. Assistant surgeon Parnet Hospital, Algiers, 1954-1962, head of service, 1962-1965.

      Professor clinical surgery University Picardie, Amiens, chief surgical service Chru Amiens, France, 1965-1993, professor surgery emeritus, 1993, honorary chief service surgery, 1993.

    Works

    • Contributor numerous science articles to professional journals.

    Membership

    Fellow American College of Surgeons. Member French Association Surgery, International College Surgeons (governor), International Society Surgery, French Academy Surgery (titulary), French National Academy Medicine (correspondent), International College Digestive Surgery (founding), European Hernia Society (founding).

    Connections

    • Married Gilberte Andrée Romero, January 14, 1950. Children: Michel, Jean, Pierre, Anne-Marie.
    • father: Albert-Edmond Stoppa
    • mother: Marguerite-Noémi (Eck) Stoppa
    • spouse: Gilberte Andrée Romero
    • children: Michel Stoppa
    • Jean Stoppa
    • Pierre Stoppa
    • Anne-Marie Stoppa
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    Born December 9, 1921
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