Category:Cécile Vogt

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Cecile Vogt-Mugnier (March 27 1875 - May 4 1962) was a French neurologist from Savoie. She obtained her medical doctorate in Paris and was the student of Pierre Marie. There she met her future husband, Oskar Vogt, when he came to Paris to work with Joseph Jules Déjérine (and his wife, Augusta Marie Dejerine-Klumke, who collaborated with him).The contributions of the Vogts are of first order in several parts of the brain and had a considerable influence on international neurological science.

Cécile Vogt-Mugnier 
French neurologist
Date of birth 27 March 1875
Date of death 4 May 1962
Educated at
  • Bicêtre
Doctoral advisor
  • neurologist
Member of
  • German Academy of Sciences Leopoldina
Award received
  • National Prize of East Germany
Authority control
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