Portrait of Ernest Fourneau
by his son Jean-Claude Fourneau
4 October 1872|
|Died||5 August 1949
|Alma mater||École de pharmacie de Paris|
|Notable awards||Prix Jecker, of the Académie des Sciences (1919 and 1931)|
Ernest Fourneau (4 October 1872 – 5 August 1949) was a French medicinal chemist who played a major role in the discovery of synthetic local anesthetics, as well as in the synthesis of suramin. He authored more than two hundred scholarly works, and has been described as having "helped to establish the fundamental laws of chemotherapy that have saved so many human lives". He was a member of the Académie Nationale de Médecine.
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- Quirke, Viviane (2007). Collaboration in the Pharmaceutical Industry: Changing Relationschips in Britain and France, 1935-1965. New York & London: Rougledge. pp. 54–70 and 173–177 mainly. ISBN 978-0-415-30982-0. PMC .
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