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Medical educator

Dominique Charron, French medical educator. Achievements include patents for monoclonal anti Human Leucocyte Antigens-DR antibody; patents for vaccine for leukemia. Recipient Award, Foundation Bernard Halpern, 1983, Claude Bernard de la Ville de Paris, 2002. Founder honorary SFHI, Paris, since 2000; founder president Human Leucocyte Antigens & Medicine, 1990, ADMA, Paris, since 2008.

Background

Charron, Dominique was born on June 29, 1948 in Nantes, Pays de Loire, France. Son of Raoul Charron and Morineau Louisette.

Education

Doctor of Medicine, University School Medicine, Paris, 1977. Doctor of Philosophy, University Paris, 1980.

Career

Senior researcher Stanford University, Palo Alto, California, 1977—1979, associate professor, 1980. Resident medicine Associated Press-Himachal Pradesh Hopitaux de Paris, 1972—1977, professor medicine, since 1991. Head department immunology and histocompatibility Associated Press-Himachal Pradesh, Hospital Saint-Louis, since 1991.

Director Center d'Investigation Bioméd. Hématologie - Oncologie - Greffe, since 2005. Advisory board member SANKHIA International, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, since 2005, Biobanc United States of America, Monterey, California, since 2005, Future Health, Nottingham, since 2009.

Achievements

  • Achievements include patents for monoclonal anti Human Leucocyte Antigens-DR antibody. Patents for vaccine for leukemia.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor scientific papers to professional journals.

Membership

Founder honorary SFHI, Paris, since 2000. Founder president Human Leucocyte Antigens & Medicine, 1990, ADMA, Paris, since 2008.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Architecture, painting.

Connections

father:
Raoul Charron

mother:
Morineau Louisette