Professor Patrice TRAN BA HUY
Elected Vice-President of the French National Academy of Medicine
for 2021, and
President of the French National Academy of Medicine for 2022
Member of the French National Academy of Medicine and President of its second division “Surgery and surgical specialties”, Professor Patrice TRAN BA HUY was elected Vice President of the National Academy of Medicine on December 15, 2020, for the year 2021, succeeding Bernard CHARPENTIER. Patrice TRAN BA HUY will be President in 2022.
About Patrice Tran Ba Huy
President of the second division (“Surgery and surgical specialties”) of the French National Academy of Medicine, Patrice Tran Ba Huy is Professor Emeritus of Paris 7 University. He was head of the ENT department at Lariboisière Hospital from 1995 to 2010 and is a member of the Centre for Sensory-Motor Studies (“Centre d’études de la sensori-motricité (UMR 8194 CNRS/ Paris Descartes University)). He was President of the French Society of Otorhinolaryngology, and Head and Neck Surgery (2008), founding member of the European Academy of Otolaryngology (2008) and president of the European Skull Base Society (2014-2016). He is the author of more than 280 international publications including several articles on sensory aging.
Executive Board of the French National Academy of Medicine composition for 2021.
As of Monday January 4, 2021, the Executive Board of the National Academy of Medicine will be composed as follows:
Bernard Charpentier – President, Jean François Allilaire – Permanent Secretary
Patrice Tran Ba Huy – Vice President, Jacques Rouëssé – Treasurer
Pierre-François Plouin – Deputy Secretary
About the French National Academy of Medicine
The French National Academy of Medicine is a legal entity under public law with a special status, placed under the protection of the President of the Republic. Its missions are to respond, on a non-profit basis, to requests from the Government on any public health issue, to deal with all matters of study and research that may make the art of healing progress and promote the influence of French medicine.