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Physiology educator

Jean Baptiste Philippe Sebert, French physiology educator. Achievements include reports on effects of pressure on energy metabolism; acclimation to high hydrostatic pressure of shallow water animals; ultrastructural changes induced by hydrostatic pressure.

Background

Sebert, Jean Baptiste Philippe was born on February 8, 1952 in Saint Brieuc, Bretagne, France. Son of Jacques and Thérèse (Dalmar) Sebert.

Education

Doctor of Science, University Strasbourg, France, 1979. Doctor of Science., University Occidental, Brittany, France, 1986.

Career

Teaching assistant, Faculty of Medicine U. Paris, 1979-1981; university and hospital assistant, teacher physiology, Faculty of Medicine U. Brest, France, 1981-1985; master of conferences, hospital practitioner, assistant professor, Faculty of Medicine U. Brest, since 1985.

Achievements

  • Achievements include reports on effects of pressure on energy metabolism. Acclimation to high hydrostatic pressure of shallow water animals. Ultrastructural changes induced by hydrostatic pressure.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: (with others) Physiologie et Medecine de la plougée, 1992, Effects of High Pressure on Biological Systems, 1993.

Membership

Council member European Ecolog. Federation, Berlin, since 1993. General secretary Society of Ecophysiology, Paris, since 1993.

Member Society de Physiologie, European Society for Comparative Physiology, New York Academy of Sciences.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: sport shooting, oenology, walking.

Connections

Married Françoise Sebert, August 19, 1976. Children: Jeanne Adelais, Marie Emilie, Pauline, Anne-Aubance.

father:
Jacques Sebert

mother:
Thérèse (Dalmar) Sebert

spouse:
Françoise Sebert

children:
Pauline Sebert

Marie Emilie Sebert

Jeanne Adelais Sebert

Anne-Aubance Sebert