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Professor, Doctor

NameJ. Bastiaans
Full nameJan
First nameJan
BornMay 27, 1917, Rotterdam, Nederland
DeceasedOctober 31, 1997, Warmond, Nederland
Titlesprof. dr.  Titles of address, academic titles, titles of the nobility, ecclesiastical titles, both modern and historical [more].
Degreedoctoraat geneeskunde  The highest degree obtained, generally a doctoral degree or PhD. Abbreviated the degrees also appear in the title [more].
 January 31, 1957
Exam levelpromotie
Institution (education)Faculteit der Geneeskunde
Universiteit van Amsterdam
ThesisPsychosomatische gevolgen van onderdrukking en verzet [UvA-catalogue]
Key wordpsychiatry, psychopathology
post-traumatic stress disorder
resistance fighters
Supervisor(s)prof.dr. L. van der Horst, Universiteit van Amsterdam
Additional informationArtsexamen - UvA, 29-08-1945
Lector Medische persoonlijkheidsleer, July 23, 1963 - January 1, 1964
Appointmentlector  Positions recognised by law, both modern and historical, such as (full) professor, named professor and lector. Also indicated are special chairs or positions, such as personal professor and university professor [more].
Date of appointmentJuly 23, 1963
As ofAugust 1, 1963
ChairMedische persoonlijkheidsleer
Institution (position)Universiteit van Amsterdam  The Universiteit van Amsterdam (1877 to present) and its predecessor, the Athenaeum Illustre (1632-1877). Besides these, some of the relevant Amsterdam institutions of higher education, such as the various ecclesiastical institutions and the Collegium Chirurgicum and the Klinische School for medical education [more].
Faculteit der Geneeskunde  Faculties and departments. Since 1848 each professor at the Athenaeum Illustre and the Universiteit van Amsterdam is part of a faculty. Names and content of the faculties are highly subject to changes [more].
EndJanuary 1, 1964
Reasoneervol ontslag wegens benoeming elders
Disciplinemedicine: general
psychiatry, psychopathology