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Institut Jules Bordet is a specialized general hospital (with in part university beds) and research institute of the Université Libre de Bruxelles which specializes in oncology. It is located in Brussels, Belgium. The institute is named after Jules Bordet (1870 – 1961), a Belgian immunologist and microbiologist who won the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine in 1919 for his discoveries relating to immunity.
The institute is the only accredited OECI-designated comprehensive cancer centre in Belgium.
The hospital will move into a new purpose-built building at the academic Erasmus Hospital site in the next years.
List of Notable Institut Jules Bordet people
- Albert Claude, Director 1949-1970
- Marc Lacroix (biochemist), Breast cancer researcher
- Martine Piccart, baroness, Head of chemotherapy
- Francoise Meunier, baroness, former IJB staff member and EORTC general director
- Institut Jules Bordet
- Laboratoire J.-C. Heuson de cancérologie mammaire (in French)
- Origin of the Bordet Institute (from 1822 to 1934) (in English)
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