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oncologist

Jean-Louis Habrand, Algerian oncologist. Achievements include creation of the first high energy proton therapy facility of the European Community. Recipient Lucien Mallet prize French Society Therapeutic Radiology, 1991. Member American Society Therapeutic Radiology, European Society Therapeutic Radiology, International Society Pediatric Oncology (chairman radiation oncology).

Background

Habrand, Jean-Louis was born on December 26, 1951 in Algiers, Algeria. Son of Roger Henri and Renée Mireille (Pettral) Habrand.

Education

Pre-Medical, Paris Medical School, 1971. Medical Diplomate, University Paris, 1975. Master in Radiology, 1982.

Career

Intern in medicine Paris Medical School and Hospitals, 1975-1977. Fellow in radiation and oncology, 1980-1982. Resident in radiation and oncology University Paris, 1977-1980.

Clinical fellow Gustave Roussy Institute, Villejuif, France, 1982-1984. Attending radiation oncologist, 1985-1986. Assistant professor, 1986-1993.

Clinical associate professor, 1993-2000. Clinical director radiation oncology service breast and pediatric oncology. Clinical research fellow Massachusetts General Hospital, 1984-1985.

Scientific director Proton Therapy Center Orsay University, Paris.

Achievements

  • Achievements include creation of the first high energy proton therapy facility of the European Community.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Associate editor: Clinical Oncology, European Journal Cancer. Manuscript reviewer Medical and Pediatrics Onclolgy, Clinical Oncology, Cancer Bulletin.

Membership

Member American Society Therapeutic Radiology, European Society Therapeutic Radiology, International Society Pediatric Oncology (chairman radiation oncology).

Connections

Married Sabine Deperrest. 1 child, Thibaud.

father:
Roger Henri Habrand

mother:
Renée Mireille (Pettral) Habrand

spouse:
Sabine Deperrest

child:
Thibaud Habrand