Charles Émile Troisier

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Charles Émile Troisier
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Born (1844-04-06)6 April 1844
Sévigny-Waleppe, Ardennes, France
Died 11 December 1919(1919-12-11) (aged 75)
Paris, France
Nationality French
Occupation Surgeon

Charles Émile Troisier (6 April 1844 - 11 December 1919) was a French surgeon.

Life[edit]

Charles Émile Troisier was born on 6 April 1844 in Sévigny-Waleppe, Ardennes. His mother was Marie-Louise Adeline Marache and his father Antoine Édouard Troisier, a health officer at Sévigny.[1] He became a doctor of medicine in Paris in 1874, then a professor at the Faculty of Medicine of the University of Paris and a member of the Académie Nationale de Médecine.

He was made a knight of the Legion of Honour on 6 January 1890.[1]

He had a close relationship with Princess Marie Bonaparte.[2] His son, Jean Troisier (1881–1945), also became a doctor and biologist, and was head of the laboratory at the Pasteur Institute.[3] His granddaughter, Solange Troisier (1919–2008) was a doctor and a leading feminist.[4]

Works[edit]

  • Joseph Marie Jules Parrot (1886). Charles Emile Troisier, ed. La Syphilis Hereditaire Et Le Rachitis (in French). 

Legacy[edit]

The following are named for him:

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