Willy Rozenbaum

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Willy Rozenbaum (2015)

Willy Rozenbaum (born 25 June 1945 in Łódź (Poland) is a French physician.

A co-discoverer of the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) with Jean-Claude Chermann of Luc Montagnier's team, he has since 19 November 2003 held the chair of France's "conseil national du SIDA" (National Council on AIDS) and before that had since 1989 practiced in the infectious and tropical diseases service at l'hôpital Tenon and been professor of infectious and tropical diseases at l'hôpital Saint-Antoine in Paris.[1]

Selected publications[edit]

  • Rozenbaum W, Coulaud JP, Saimot AG, Klatzmann D, Mayaud C, Carette MF (1982-03-06). "Multiple opportunistic infection in a male homosexual in France". Lancet. 1 (8271): 572–3. doi:10.1016/S0140-6736(82)92087-6. PMID 6120427. 
  • Chermann JC, Barré-Sinoussi F, Dauguet C, Brun-Vezinet F, Rouzioux C, Rozenbaum W, Montagnier L (1983). "Isolation of a new retrovirus in a patient at risk for acquired immunodeficiency syndrome". Antibiot Chemother. 32: 48–53. PMID 6205626. 
  • Didier Seux et Annie Kouchner (1984). Sida (in French). P.O.L. 
  • Luc Montagnier et Jean-Claude Gluckman (1994). Sida et infection par VIH (in French). Flammarion Médecine. 
  • La vie est une maladie mortelle sexuellement transmissible [Life is a sexually transmitted fatal illness] (in French). Stock. 1998. 
  • Jean-Daniel Baltassat (1999). La vie est une maladie mortelle sexuellement transmissible [Life is a sexually transmitted fatal illness] (in French). Livre de poche. 

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Nomination de Willy Rozenbaum à la présidence du Conseil national du sida" [Appointment of Willy Rozenbaum to the chair of the National AIDS Council] (Press release). Archived from the original on 29 January 2008. Retrieved 28 March 2007.