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physician , scientist

Karl-Erik Hagbarth, Swedish physician, scientist. Recipient Jubilee prize Swedish Society Medicine, 1987; grantee Swedish Medical Research Council, since 1958. Member Swedish Society Clinical Neurophysiology, American Academy Clinical Neurophysiology, Royal Academy Arts and Sciences of Uppsala, Royal Society Sciences, Deutsche Eeg-Gesellschaft (honorary), American Association Electrodiagnostic Medicine (honorary).

Background

Hagbarth, Karl-Erik was born on November 5, 1926 in Stockholm. Son of Erik and Elna (Fagerberg) Hagbarth.

Education

Bachelor in Medicine, Karolinska Institute, Stockholm, 1947. Master in Medicine, Karolinska Institute, Stockholm, 1952. Doctor of Medicine, Karolinska Institute, Stockholm, 1952.

Career

Research fellow in neurophysiology University of California at Los Angeles, 1953-1954. Assistant physician in neurosurgery Karolinska Institute, Stockholm, 1954-1956, assistant physician in neurology, 1956-1957. Assistant professor clinical neurophysiology Uppsala University, 1958-1962, chief physician, 1962-1991, professor, 1973-1991, professor emeritus, since 1991.

Invited guest scientist Prince Henry Hospital, Sydney, Australia, 1973, 78, 90, Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, 1978, Chiba (Japan) University, 1984. Lecturer at numerous international congresses in Europe, United States, Japan, and Australia. Introducer of research technique microneurography.

Membership

Member Swedish Society Clinical Neurophysiology, American Academy Clinical Neurophysiology, Royal Academy Arts and Sciences of Uppsala, Royal Society Sciences, Deutsche Eeg-Gesellschaft (honorary), American Association Electrodiagnostic Medicine (honorary).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Sailing.

Connections

Married Marianne Blomqvist, June 30, 1951. Children: Gunilla, Lars.

father:
Erik Hagbarth

mother:
Elna (Fagerberg) Hagbarth

spouse:
Marianne Blomqvist

children:
Gunilla Hagbarth

Lars Hagbarth