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Neurophysiologist

Gunnar Bengt Wallin, Swedish neurophysiologist. Recipient Australian-European award Australian Government, Canberra, 1988-1989. Member Swedish Society Medicine (Alvarenga's prize 1988, David Ingvar prize, 2007), Swedish Society Clinical Neurophysiology (chairman 1988-1990), International Society Autonomic Neurosci. (honorary vice chair 2000).

Background

Wallin, Gunnar Bengt was born on October 26, 1936 in Karlstad, Sweden. Son of Ragnar and Elsa (Källström) Wallin.

Education

Doctor of Medicine, University Uppsala, Sweden, 1963.

Career

Research physiologist University California, San Francisco, 1963-1964. Staff member department clinical neurophysiology University Uppsala, 1969-1984. Professor clinical neurophysiology University Göteborg, Sweden, 1984—1992, chairman department clinical neuroscience, 1993-1995, deputy chairman, 1995-1997.

Visiting professor Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, 1980, Baker Medical Research Institute, Melbourne, Australia, 1991, Prince of Wales Medical Research Institute, Sydney, Australia, 1995, Japanese Ministry Education, Science, Sports and Culture, 1999-2000, Research Institute Environmental Medicine, Nagoya (Japan) University, 2000. Econometrics Commission on Autonomic Nervous System, International Union Physiological Sciences, 1982-1990, Commission on Clinical Physiology, since 1995.

Membership

Member Swedish Society Medicine (Alvarenga's prize 1988, David Ingvar prize, 2007), Swedish Society Clinical Neurophysiology (chairman 1988-1990), International Society Autonomic Neurosci. (honorary vice chair 2000).

Connections

Married Ann Marie Lindbom, August 6, 1960. Children: Maria, Johan, Staffan.

father:
Ragnar Wallin

mother:
Elsa (Källström) Wallin

spouse:
Ann Marie Lindbom

children:
Maria Wallin

Johan Wallin

Staffan Wallin