#348 Overall Influence

Louis Pasteur University

University in France

From Wikipedia

Louis Pasteur University , also known as Strasbourg I or ULP was a large university in Strasbourg, Alsace, France. As of 15 January 2007, there were 18,847 students enrolled at the university, including around 3,000 foreign students. Research and teaching at ULP concentrated on the natural sciences, technology and medicine. On 1 January 2009, Louis Pasteur University became part of the refounded University of Strasbourg and lost its status as an independent university.

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What is Louis Pasteur University known for?

#101 World Rank
Earth Sciences
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Psychology
#126 World Rank
Chemistry
#127 World Rank
Medical
#156 World Rank
Philosophy
#192 World Rank
Anthropology
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Mathematics
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Physics
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Sociology
#247 World Rank
History
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Religious Studies
#296 World Rank
Biology
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Law
#376 World Rank
Literature
#648 World Rank
Criminal Justice
#672 World Rank
Nursing
#756 World Rank
Social Work
#1042 World Rank
Computer Science
#1175 World Rank
Political Science
#1284 World Rank
Education
#1509 World Rank
Economics
#2412 World Rank
Engineering

Influential People

Who are Louis Pasteur University's Most influential alumni?

Louis Pasteur University's most influential alumni faculty include professors and professionals in the fields of Earth Sciences, Psychology, and Chemistry. Louis Pasteur University’s most academically influential people include Wilhelm Röntgen, Magnus Hirschfeld, and Maurice Blanchot.

Wilhelm Röntgen
Wilhelm Röntgen

German physicist

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Magnus Hirschfeld
Magnus Hirschfeld

German physician and sexologist

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Maurice Blanchot
Maurice Blanchot

French writer, philosopher, and literary theorist

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Jacques Loeb
Jacques Loeb

German-born American physiologist and biologist

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Alfred Hettner
Alfred Hettner

German geomorphologist

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Jean Louis Armand de Quatrefages de Bréau
Jean Louis Armand de Quatrefages de Bréau

French biologist

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Franz Joseph Gall
Franz Joseph Gall

Neuroanatomist, physiologist, and pioneer in the study of the localization of mental functions in the brain

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Hermann Emil Fischer
Hermann Emil Fischer

German chemist

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Michael Servetus
Michael Servetus

Spanish physician and theologian

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Louis Ginzberg

American rabbi

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Jean-Marie Lehn
Jean-Marie Lehn

French chemist

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Jules Crevaux
Jules Crevaux

Explorer

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