Raimond Sabouraud (1864-1938)

Interne des H˘pitaux de Paris in 1890, Sabouraud introduced in Saint-Louis the bacteriological methods recently invented by Pasteur and his pupils.

Thanks to this ability he could set a definite mycologic "milieu de culture" still named milieu de Sabouraud.

Specialist of scalp diseases, Sabouraud was the Director of the Laboratory of the "Ecole des teigneux" founded by Lailler. In addition to being a worlwide known mycologist, Sabouraud was a talentuous painter and sculptor.