- (1873-1944)surgeon, physiologist, Nobel laureateBorn in Foy-lès-Lyon and educated at the university of lyon, Alexis Carrel, who did his research both in France and in the united states, was awarded the Nobel Prize in physiology in 1912 for his earlier (1902) development of a technique for suturing blood vessels. When he returned to France in 1939, he worked for the vichy regime as head of the Fondation française, which studied human physiological problems (1941). Because of this, and his theories on eugenics, he was much criticized. Carrel, who had also done some of his work in the united states in collaboration with Charles Lindbergh, wrote L'Homme, cet inconnu (1936), in which he put forth his elitist and racist philosophy.
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CARREL (ALEXIS) — CARREL ALEXIS (1873 1944) Chirurgien, sociologue et biologiste, qui a reçu en 1912 le prix Nobel de physiologie et de chirurgie physiologique pour la mise au point d’une méthode de suture des vaisseaux sanguins et qui jeta les premières bases des … Encyclopédie Universelle
Carrel , Alexis — (1873–1944) French surgeon Carrel received his medical degree from the university in his native city of Lyons in 1900. In 1902 he started to investigate techniques for joining (suturing) blood vessels end to end. He continued his work at the… … Scientists
Carrel, Alexis — SUBJECT AREA: Medical technology [br] b. 28 June 1873 Lyon, France d. 5 November 1944 Paris, France [br] French surgeon and experimental biologist, pioneer of blood vessel repair techniques and in vitro tissue culture. [br] He entered the… … Biographical history of technology
Carrel, Alexis — born June 28, 1873, Sainte Foy lès Lyon, Fra. died Nov. 5, 1944, Paris French surgeon, sociologist, and biologist. He received a 1912 Nobel Prize for developing a way to suture (stitch) blood vessels and laid the groundwork for further studies of … Universalium
Carrel, Alexis — ► (1873 1944) Fisiólogo francés. Fue premio Nobel de Medicina y Fisiología en 1912. Realizó experimentos sobre los vasos sanguíneos y trasplante y conservación de tejidos vivos. * * * (28 jun. 1873, Sainte Foy lès Lyon, Francia–5 nov. 1944,… … Enciclopedia Universal
Carrel,Alexis — Car·rel (kə rĕlʹ, kărʹəl), Alexis. 1873 1944. French born American surgeon and biologist. He won a 1912 Nobel Prize for his work on vascular ligature and grafting of blood vessels and organs. * * * … Universalium
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Alexis Carrel — (* 28. Juni 1873 in Lyon, (Frankreich); † 5. November 1944 in Paris) war ein französischer Chirurg und erhielt 1912 den Nobelpreis für Medizin. Alexis Carrel konzentrierte sich vor allem auf die experimentelle … Deutsch Wikipedia
Carrel — (Alexis) (1873 1944) physiologiste et chirurgien français; auteur de l Homme, cet inconnu (1936). P. Nobel 1912 … Encyclopédie Universelle