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Year : 1996
Tome : 147
Volume : 8-9
Pages : 573-576
Title : Historical biographies of the famous professors of the veterinary school of Lyon. II. Louis Bredin (1738-1813) : from the Monarchy to the Empire, from the Guillotière to Vaise
Authors : V KROGMANN et P JAUSSAUD.
Summary : Louis Bredin (1738-1813), who was among the first students of the Veterinary school of Lyon, took part in missions for fighting against infectious diseases. Distinguished by BOURGELAT, he went at first to MaisonsAlfort for teaching, then retumed to Lyon as principal of the institution in which he had studied. After he had given a new stimulus to the education, BREDIN saved from failure his school, which was transferred in the DeuxAmants convent. He protected his students against the Revolution troubles, and was an eager champion of the french veterinary schools.
Keywords : history - biography - veterinary schools -education - financing - infectious diseases.
Correspondence : P JAUSSAUD.
Adress : Unité des Sciences Pharrnaceutiques et Toxicologiques, Ecole Vétérinaire de Lyon, 7, avenue Bourgelat, BP 83, F-69280 Marcy l'Etoile Correspondance. Tél:04 78 87 26 30. Fax:04 78 87 80 12

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