Jean Danysz (biologist) Jean Danysz (1860 – 1928) was a Polish pathologist with a considerable career in France, spending spent much of his adult life at the Pasteur Institute in Paris.
Jean Lobstein Jean Georges Chrétien Frédéric Martin Lobstein (German spelling: Johann Friedrich Georg Christian Martin Lobstein) (May 8, 1777 - March 7, 1835) was a German-born, French pathologist and surgeon who was a native of Giessen.
Jean-Nicolas Marjolin Jean-Nicolas Marjolin (6 December 1780 – 4 March 1850) was a French surgeon and pathologist born in Ray-sur-Saône, Haute-Saône.
Louis-Antoine Ranvier Louis-Antoine Ranvier (2 October 1835 – 22 March 1922) was a French physician, pathologist, anatomist and histologist, who discovered nodes of Ranvier, regularly spaced discontinuities of the my...
Léon Rostan Léon Louis Rostan was a French internist and a member of the Académie Nationale de Médecine.
Marie François Xavier Bichat Marie François Xavier Bichat (November 14, 1771 – July 22, 1802) was a French anatomist and physiologist who is best remembered as the father of modern histology and descriptive anatomy.
Pathology Pathology is the precise study and diagnosis of disease.
Patrice Mangin Professor Patrice Mangin is a widely published forensic pathologist and toxicologist, director of the University Center of Legal Medicine in Lausanne and Geneva, Switzerland.
Paul Brouardel Paul Camille Hippolyte Brouardel (13 February 1837, Saint-Quentin, Aisne – 23 July 1906) was a French pathologist, hygienist, and member of the Académie Nationale de Médecine.
Paul Oscar Blocq Paul Oscar Blocq was a French pathologist who is remembered for his neuropathological work done with Jean-Martin Charcot and Gheorghe Marinescu at the Salpêtrière in Paris.