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Bernard Jean Testa

Bernard Jean Testa, Swiss medicinal chemistry educator, academic administrator. Member American Chemical Society, French Society Medicinal Chemistry (councillor), Swiss Chemical Society, European Academy of Sciences Arts and Humanities (correspondent), International Society Study Xenobiotics (councillor), Royal Belgian Academy Medical.

Background

  • Testa, Bernard Jean was born on August 29, 1941 in Winterthur, Zurich, Switzerland. Son of Humbert Guido and Lina Clara (Grau) Testa.

  • Education

    • Swiss Federal Diploma of Pharmacy, University Lausanne, 1967, D. Pharmacy, 1970. Swiss National Science Foundation and Royal Society post-doctoral fellow Chelsea College, University London, 1971-1972. Assistant professor School Pharmacy, University Lausanne, 1973-1974, extraordinary professor pharmaceutical chemistry, 1974-1978, professor, head department medicinal chemistry, since 1978, dean Faculty Sciences, 1984-1986.

    Career

    • Editor: Concepts in Drug Metabolism, vol.

    Works

    • Author: Drug Metabolism, 1976. Organic Stereochemistry, 1979. Editor: Concepts in Drug Metabolism, volunteer 1, 1980, volunteer 2, 1981.

      Advances in Drug Research, volunteer 13, following vols. Swiss Science Foundation grantee, 1975, 80, 81, 82, 84, 87.

    Membership

    Member American Chemical Society, French Society Medicinal Chemistry (councillor), Swiss Chemical Society, European Academy of Sciences Arts and Humanities (correspondent), International Society Study Xenobiotics (councillor), Royal Belgian Academy Medical.

    Connections

    • Married Jacqueline Delaloye, March 6, 1965. Children: Philippe Humbert, Christine Hélène.
    • father: Humbert Guido Testa
    • mother: Lina Clara (Grau) Testa
    • spouse: Jacqueline Delaloye
    • children: Philippe Humbert Testa
    • Christine Hélène Testa
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