Alfred Vulpian statue

Alfred Vulpian statue


Paris, France (FR)
Edmé Félix Alfred Vulpian (born January 5, 1826, Paris, France; died May 18, 1887) was a French physician and neurologist. He was the co-discoverer of Vulpian-Bernard spinal muscular atrophy and the Vulpian-Heidenhain-Sherrington phenomenon.

Among other important discoveries and experiments, Vulpian discovered adrenaline in the adrenal medulla.
Edmé Félix Alfred Vulpian (born January 5, 1826, Paris, France; died May 18, 1887) was a French physician and neurologist. He was the co-discoverer of Vulpian-Bernard spinal muscular atrophy and the Vulpian-Heidenhain-Sherrington phenomenon.

Among other important discoveries and experiments, Vulpian discovered adrenaline in the adrenal medulla.
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