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Didier Gerard Vitrac Edit Profile

Biologist

Didier Gerard Vitrac, French biologist. Achievements include discovery of a new blood red cells group named reunion phenotype.

Background

Vitrac, Didier Gerard was born on September 10, 1948 in Saint Pierre, France. Son of Pierre Jean and Marie Francoise (Bos) Vitrac.

Career

Medical chemist, U. Hospital Center, Toulouse, France, 1973-1978; biologist assistant, General Hospital Center, Saint-Pierre, France, 1978-1980; director, Blood Transfusion Center, Saint-Pierre, France, since 1980.

Achievements

  • Achievements include discovery of a new blood red cells group named reunion phenotype.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor articles to professional journals.

Membership

Lieutenant French Military, 1976-1977. Member International Society Blood Transfusion, French Association Developing Blood Transfusion, Reunion Island Association for Acuired Immune Deficiency Syndrome Revision Adminstrn Council, National Institute Health and Medical Research (member orientation council research since 1988).

Connections

Married Francoise Jeanne Gavarret, June 28, 1974. Children: Jerome, Adrien.

father:
Pierre Jean Vitrac

mother:
Marie Francoise (Bos) Vitrac

spouse:
Francoise Jeanne Gavarret

children:
Jerome Vitrac

Adrien Vitrac