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Claude Luezior-Dessibourg Edit Profile

Neurologist , writer

Claude Luezior-Dessibourg, Swiss neurologist, writer. Achievements include research in medical treatments for intellectually deficient people; research in triple diagnosis for handicapped patients. Named Knight of Arts and Culture, French Ministry Culture, Paris, European Price of Poetry, Roissy; recipient Medal Cultural Radiance, French Revival Association.

Background

Luezior-Dessibourg, Claude was born on November 26, 1953 in Bern, Switzerland. Son of André and Jeanne Dessibourg.

Education

Bachelor of Science, College St. Michel, Fribourg, Switzerland, 1973. Doctor of Medicine, University Geneva, 1980.

Career

Chief clinic University Hospital Vaud, Laussane, Switzerland, 1983—1985, specialist in neurology, 1984, Mayo Clinic, 1984, Mass General Hospital, 1984. Consultant, chief neurologist Fribourg Hospital, 1985—1990. Professor University Fribourg, since 2002.

Achievements

  • Achievements include research in medical treatments for intellectually deficient people. Research in triple diagnosis for handicapped patients.

Membership

Member of French Society Literature and Arts (price L. Vuagnat), Rhodanian Academy Literature (price H. Rivière), Association Writers of Lyon (price A. Seveyrat), Association French Writing Authors (European price), French Academy (price poetry).

Connections

Married Marie-Noëlle Tercier. Children: Christian, Olivier, Julien, Mathieu.

father:
André Dessibourg

mother:
Jeanne Dessibourg

spouse:
Marie-Noëlle Tercier

child:
Christian Luezior-Dessibourg

child:
Olivier Luezior-Dessibourg

child:
Julien Luezior-Dessibourg

child:
Mathieu Luezior-Dessibourg