1928 born in Borne (Overijssel) on May 28 1954 final examinations in medicine 1956-1961 specialization in psychiatry 1961-1978

psychiatrist at the Deltaziekenhuis, Poortugaal 1974 PhD Indology under the supervision of J. Gonda, Utrecht University 1978-1986 associate professor Indology, Groningen University 1978-1988 psychiatrist at the Van Mesdagkliniek, Groningen 1988 retirement

Special activities and positions * Editor of An annotated bibliography of Indian medicine (ABIM), 2003* Chief-editor of the eJournal of Indian medicine (eJIM), 2007* Member of the editorial board of the Groningen Oriental Studies *

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