Georges Eugène Charles Beauvisage
In 1881 he obtained his doctorate in medicine at Paris, followed by his bachelor of science degree during the following year. In 1883 he received his aggregation of natural history at the Faculty of Medicine and Pharmacy of Lyon, and in 1891 obtained his degree in pharmacy. In 1903 he became a professor at the University of Lyon.
As a botanist, he conducted extensive studies of Xavier Montrouzier's collections from New Caledonia. In 1890, Jean Baptiste Louis Pierre named the genus Beauvisagea (family Sapotaceae) in his honor.
- Contribution à l'étude des origines botaniques de la gutta-percha, 1881 - Contribution to the study on the botanical origins of gutta-percha.
- Les galles utiles, 1883 (graduate thesis).
- Guide des étudiants en médecine et en pharmacie et des élèves herboristes au Jardin botanique de la Faculté de Lyon, 1892.