Finding Aid for the Robert Domenjoz Papers Biomed.1096
Finding aid prepared by Shira Peltzman, 2020.
UCLA Library Special Collections
Online finding aid last updated 1 December 2020.
Room A1713, Charles E. Young Research Library
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Contributing Institution: UCLA Library Special Collections
Title: Robert Domenjoz papers
Creator: Domenjoz, Robert
Identifier/Call Number: Biomed.1096
Physical Description: 22.5 Linear Feet (13 cartons)
Date (inclusive): 1908-2000
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Language of Material: Materials are in German.
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[Identification of item], Robert Domenjoz Papers (Collection 1096). Louise M. Darling Biomedical Library History and Special Collections for the Sciences, University of California, Los Angeles.
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UCLA Catalog Record ID: 6315624
Robert Domenjoz (1908-2000) was director of pharmacological research at the Swiss pharmaceutical company, J.R. Geigy SA, where he is credited with rescuing the first tricyclic antidepressant drug, imipramine (Tofranil), from being abandoned in development in 1955. He later served as chair of the Pharmacology Institute at the University of Bonn. Domenjoz co-founded Medicina Experimentalis in 1959; the journal was re-formed in 1968 and renamed Pharmacology: International Journal of Experimental and Clinical Pharmacology.
Documents related to the career of Robert Domenjoz, including correspondence, manuscripts personal files, research, photographs, reading files, books and reprints.