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Andermann, Frederick

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Personal name headingAndermann, Frederick
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Associated countryCanada
LocatedMontréal (Québec)
Birth date1930-09-26
Death date2019-06-16
Place of birthCernăuți (Romania)
Place of deathMontréal (Québec)
Field of activityEpilepsy
AffiliationUniversité de Montréal Montreal Neurological Institute
McGill University Institut neurologique de Montréal
Canadian Association of Child Neurology Canadian League Against Epilepsy Canadian Neurological Society
Canadian Society for Clinical Neurophysiology
Order of Canada
Profession or occupationNeurologists Medical teaching personnel College teachers
Found inMigraine and epilepsy, ©1986: CIP t.p. (Frederick Andermann, M.D.; prof. of neurol., Montreal Neurol. Instit., Quebec, Canada)
Wikipedia, viewed 26 March 2020: Frederick Andermann (Canadian neurologist and epileptologist; born September 26, 1930, Chernivtsi, Rumania; trained in medicine at the Université de Montréal and then neurology at the Montreal Neurological Institute and Hospital; professor of neurology and neurosurgery and pediatrics at McGill University and the director of the Epilepsy Unit and Clinic of the Montreal Neurological Institute and Hospital; founding member and president of the Canadian League Against Epilepsy, president of the Canadian Association of Child Neurologists, the Canadian Eastern EEG Society, the Canadian Neurological Society, and the Canadian Society for Clinical Neurophysiology; made an Officer of the Order of Canada in 2006; died June 16, 2019, Montreal, Quebec)
Canada. Governor General. Honours Recipients database, 26 March 2020 (Frederick Andermann; Hampstead, Quebec; Officer of the Order of Canada, awarded on April 6, 2006, invested on December 15, 2006; Frederick Andermann is a paediatric neurologist who has made significant contributions to the diagnosis and treatment of epilepsy. At the Montreal Neurological Institute and Hospital, he has developed new strategies for the management of this disorder and has advanced the understanding of other neurological conditions. He has been on the editorial boards of several international journals and has served in leadership roles with the International League Against Epilepsy. A professor at McGill University, he continues his lifelong dedication to improving the quality of life of those living with seizure disorders.)
Canadiana, viewed 26 March 2020 (authorized access point (0067G4862): Andermann, Frederick)