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Bozena Ravnihar

Bozena Ravnihar, Slovene oncology educator. Member Council of the Socialist Republic of Slovenia, since 1983.; Served with Medical Corps, National Liberation Army, 1942-1945.; Member International Association Cancer Registries, Yugoslav Association Radiology and Nuclear Medicine, Slovenian Medical Society, Association Yugoslav Cancerologists.

Background

  • Ravnihar, Bozena was born on March 18, 1914 in Ljubljana, Yugoslavia. Daughter of Vladimir and Antonija (Sterle) Ravnihar.

  • Education

    • Doctor of Medicine, University Belgrade, 1940. Head laboratories Institute Oncology, Ljubljana, Yugoslavia, 1946-1948, head radiotherapy, 1949-1966, head cancer registry, 1950-1975, director, 1964-1982, science consultant, 1982-1984, professor oncology and radiotherapy Medical Faculty, University Ljubljana, 1955-1984, professor emeritus, since 1984, chair department oncology and radiotherapy, 1967-1984.

    Career

    • Head laboratories Institute Oncology, Ljubljana, Yugoslavia, 1946-1948, head radiotherapy, 1949-1966, head cancer registry, 1950-1975, director, 1964-1982, sci.

    Membership

    Member Council of the Socialist Republic of Slovenia, since 1983. Served with Medical Corps, National Liberation Army, 1942-1945. Member International Association Cancer Registries, Yugoslav Association Radiology and Nuclear Medicine, Slovenian Medical Society, Association Yugoslav Cancerologists.

    Connections

    • father: Vladimir Ravnihar
    • mother: Antonija (Sterle) Ravnihar
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