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Gynecologic oncologist

Nina Einhorn, Swedish gynecologic oncologist. Chairman Swedish-Jewish Appeal, 1994-1999; chairman science board Stockholm Cancer Society, since 1997. Fellow American College Radiology; member Swedish Medical Society (Traffenfelts Order award 1976), European Society for Therapeutic Radiotherapy and Oncology, Society Gynecologic Oncology, International Gynecologic Cancer Society (president 1989-1991).

Background

Einhorn, Nina was born on February 14, 1925 in Lodz, Poland. Arrived in Sweden, 1946. Daughter of Artur and Fanny (Wygodzki) Rajmic.

Education

Bachelor of Medicine, University Uppsala, Sweden, 1949. Doctor of Medicine, Karolinska Institute, Stockholm, 1954. Doctor of Philosophy, Karolinska Institute, 1972.

Career

Physician South Maternity Hospital, Stockholm, 1954-1961, Sabbatsberg Hospital, Stockholm, 1961-1964, Radiumhemmet, Stockholm, 1964-1971, associated professor, deputy director, 1972-1986, head department gynecological oncology, 1986-1991. Private practice, 1992-1999. Chairman Cooperative Ovarian Cancer Study Group, 1978-1991.

Membership

Chairman Swedish-Jewish Appeal, 1994-1999. Chairman science board Stockholm Cancer Society, since 1997. Fellow American College Radiology.

Member Swedish Medical Society (Traffenfelts Order award 1976), European Society for Therapeutic Radiotherapy and Oncology, Society Gynecologic Oncology, International Gynecologic Cancer Society (president 1989-1991).

Connections

Married Jerzy Einhorn, October 1, 1949. Children: Lena, Stefan.

father:
Artur Rajmic

mother:
Fanny (Wygodzki) Rajmic

spouse:
Jerzy Einhorn

children:
Lena Einhorn

Stefan Einhorn