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Psychiatrist

Michel Gayda, French psychiatrist. Recipient Ordre national du Merite Chevalier, France, 2000, Ordre des Palmes Academiques, Chevalier, 2008. Member of Research Group on Autism and Polyhandicap (president 1994), Lions.

Background

Gayda, Michel was born on October 28, 1947 in Carcassonne, France. Son of Henri Gayda and Simone Fostier.

Education

Doctor of Medicine, Faculty of Medicine Necker, Paris, 1977. Doctor of Philosophy in Psychology, University Paris VII, 1984. Doctor of Philosophy in Gestion, University Dauphine, Paris, 1987.

Career

Resident in psychiatry Faculty of Medicine, Paris, 1981—1984. Chief psychiatric service Public Hospital, Chalons sur Marne, France, 1984—1990, Essonne, 1990—1994. Director medicine, national expert Hospital Jour Georges-Vacola, Paris, 1994—2005.

With Center Hospital Intercommunal, Roissy, France, since 2006.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Editor: Autism: Etiology and Treatment Collection: Technology of Social Action, 2000, Polyhandicapped Children and Social Surrounding Collection: Technology of Social Action, 2002, Handicapped and Autistic Children: Affective and Sexual Life Collection: Human Sexuality, 2005. Contributor articles to professional journals.

Membership

Member of Research Group on Autism and Polyhandicap (president 1994), Lions.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Opera, theater, reading, music, sports.

Connections

father:
Henri Gayda

mother:
Simone Fostier