Magazine article
Dutch

Muzikale wonderkinderen en de plannen van de cd-maatschappijen

Paul Janssen (author)

Muzikale wonderkinderen en de plannen van de cd-maatschappijen

In magazine
Luister, Jrg. 50 (2002) nr. 587, p. 10-12
Title
Muzikale wonderkinderen en de plannen van de cd-maatschappijen
Author
Paul Janssen 1952-
Language
Dutch

About Paul Janssen

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Paul Adriaan Jan, Baron Janssen (12 September 1926 - 11 November 2003) was a Belgian physician. He was the founder of Janssen Pharmaceutica, a pharmaceutical company with over 20,000 employees which is now a subsidiary of Johnson & Johnson.

Early life and education

Paul Janssen was the son of Constant Janssen and Margriet Fleerackers.

He attended secondary school at the Jesuit St Jozef college in Turnhout, after which he decided to follow in his father's footsteps and become a physician. During World War II, Janssen studied physics, biology and chemistry at the Facultés universitaires Notre-Dame de la Paix (FUNDP) in Namur. He then studied medicine at the Catholic University of Leuven and Ghent University. In 1951, Janssen received his medical degree magna cum laude from Ghent University. He also obtained a postdoctoral degree in pharmacology at the same university i…Read more on Wikipedia