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Posted 04 July 2017 - 07:35 AM

I live in NC and want to get some Rene Pierre parts. Can anyone help me. Not sure the year of the table, but has to be a late 80's or early 90's table. Thank you.

Видела тогда животрепещущий мастурбатор, я нередко в командировке, вот хочу своему парню покупать, как считаете это поможет избежать измены?

Claudia Gomez Acotto

Posted 26 May 2016 - 10:54 AM

I was an intern as a medical resident from 1992 to 1994 in Lyon, he was my teacher in calcium and phosphorus metabolism .
Always in my memories
Claudia Gomez Acotto, MD,PhD

Paul Lips

Posted 23 May 2016 - 08:20 AM

In Pierre Meunier, we lose a very creative scientist, an excellent clinician and teacher.
I went to Lyon in 1977 to learn histomorphometry in the “Laboratoire de recherches sur l’histodynamique osseuse” and to measure mean wall thickness. The laboratory and the Department of Rheumatology of the “Hôpital Claude Bernard” were an excellent environment to learn about metabolic bone disease. Pierre usually had consultations in the morning, and if possible he spent the afternoon in the histomorphometry laboratory. He was easy to approach and friendly mentor for the many PhD students and postdocs. I remember the many microscopes and the several thousand bone biopsies in small boxes in the laboratory. In 1982 he was in my PhD committee, and he was asking questions in English during the defence, but also adding some words in French, comparing a patient w...

Karl Obrant

Posted 16 May 2016 - 07:46 AM

Pierre Meunier wellcomed me most generously to work in his lab throughout a year in 1987. Pierre was a warm personality and an outstanding scientist and a good friend. With no doubt he was a key person for my own training as a scientist within the field of osteoporosis.

Mario Luis Cousseau

Posted 15 May 2016 - 08:33 PM

I had the pleasure of training as a foreign fellow resident at Lyon under his supervision and Dr. Delmas one, year 1996. He was a pioneer in insisting everybody about vitamin D supplementation, what became an usual medical practice 20 years afterwards. A big man, and a gentleman. Be in peace, dear Professor.

Piet Geusens

Posted 12 May 2016 - 04:25 PM

We lost one of the pioneers in bone, who has motivated and convinced so many of us to study osteoporosis and bone diseases

Francis H Glorieux

Posted 12 May 2016 - 01:33 PM

Pierre was a friend and a mentor. I spent a sabbatical year with him to learn about histomorphometry that allowed me to establish an extensive pediatric program. Without his guidance this program would not have flourished the way it has. Meeting with Pierre was always great fun. His dry sense of humor and uncanny ability to play with words (in french) was truly unique. Thank you Pierre, I will miss you.

Richard Bockman, MD, PhD

Posted 12 May 2016 - 01:08 PM

An outstanding scientist and mentor
R. Bockman

208635, Lauren Taggart

Posted 11 May 2016 - 03:41 PM

We are saddened to announce the passing of ASBMR member Pierre J. Meunier, M.D. A pioneer of histomorphometry use in clinical studies, he was also widely noted for his influential work in the field of osteoporosis and rheumatic diseases, and for his renowned work as a mentor and editor in bone research. Dr. Meunier authored over 370 scientific manuscripts. He was Professor of Medicine at Claude Bernard Lyon University and Head of the Department of Rheumatology and Bone Diseases at the Edouard Herriot Hospital in Lyon, France. Professor Meunier was a thoughtful scientist who meticulously carried out his research and mentored many other colleagues. He leaves a legacy of scientific contributions to our field that will always be acknowledged as the field moves forward.

Throughout his long career, Dr. Meunier’s research accomplishments were honored with numerous recognitions and awards. He was named a Decorated Officer of the Ordre des Palmes Academiques (France) and was a...

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