Corneille Heymans

1922-1963 Pharmacology Ghent University, Ghent, Vlaanderen, Belgium 
Physiology and pharmacology of respiration, blood circulation, metabolism, and numerous pharmacological problems.
"Corneille Jean François Heymans"

(1892 - 1968)
The Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine 1938 was awarded to Corneille Heymans for the discovery of the role played by the sinus and aortic mechanisms in the regulation of respiration.


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Paul A.J. Janssen grad student 1950-1956 Ghent University (Neurotree)


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Eric Neil collaborator
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Heymans C. (1968) Regulation of blood pressure and hypertension. Nordisk Medicin. 79: 79-82
Heymans C. (1968) Regulation of blood pressure and hypertension. New York State Journal of Medicine. 68: 250-2
Heymans C, de Schaepdryver AF. (1967) [Cerebral dopamine and convulsive threshold]. ActualitéS Neurophysiologiques. 7: 187-201
Heymans C. (1967) Origin and meaning of the name 'carotis'. Medical History. 11: 189-90
Heymans C. (1967) Pharmacology in old and modern medicine. Annual Review of Pharmacology. 7: 1-14
Heymans C, Delaunois A. (1967) New isolated lung method. Japanese Heart Journal. 8: 736
Heymans C. (1966) The historical evolution of medicine. Santo Tomas Nursing Journal. 5: 113-8
Heymans C. (1966) [Contribution of the Belgian Royal Academy of Medicine to the advancement of medical science]. MéMoires De L'AcadéMie Royale De MéDecine De Belgique. 6: 143-50
HEYMANS C. (1965) [ON THE ORIGIN AND MEANING OF THE WORD "CAROTIS"]. Verhandelingen - Koninklijke Vlaamse Academie Voor Geneeskunde Van België. 27: 158-61
Heymans C, De Vleeschhouwer GR, De Schaepdryver AF. (1965) Importance of spinal blood vessels in cross-circulation experiments in dogs. Archives Internationales De Pharmacodynamie Et De ThéRapie. 157: 216-8
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