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Bozena Ravnihar

oncology educator

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