Scientist, Deceased Person
1873 – 1921
Who was Jan Janský?
Janský studied medicine at Charles University in Prague. From 1899, he worked in the Psychiatric Clinic in Prague. In 1914, he was named professor. During World War I Janský served two years as a doctor at the front until a heart attack disabled him. After the war he worked as a neuropsychiatrist in a military Hospital. He had angina pectoralis and died of ischaemic heart disease.
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