Ledermann

(redirected from Lederman)
Also found in: Wikipedia.

Le·der·mann

(led'ĕr-man),
Sully, 20th-century French psychiatrist. See: Ledermann formula.
References in periodicals archive ?
Fermilab Natural Areas is donating a selection of environmental education books and materials to the laboratory's Lederman Science Center.
Lederman addressed policy approaches for greater incentives to develop new medicines, with a focus on small molecule medicines, for the treatment of mental health disorders.
Ben Brooks-Dutton's wife Desreen, mum to their son Jackson, two, died when retired stockbroker Geoffrey Lederman, 85, mounted a pavement and ran her over in Hampstead, North London, in November 2012.
Lederman provides this handbook from theoretical and applied perspectives on the therapeutic role of stretching in restoring range of movement (ROM).
Adi Lederman confessed as part of a plea bargain to "hacking in to a number of computers working with Madonna, and selling the musical files of Madonna he copied from those computers to two buyers," the justice ministry said.
On Thursday, the Tel Aviv Magistrate's court sentenced an Israeli man named Adi Lederman to 14 months in prison for hacking Madonna's computers last year, and selling demo tracks from her then unreleased album, Rebel Heart.
Lederman is kitchen manager and AV/IT expert; Arguelles is bathroom manager and dog-handler.
The prize has been sitting on a shelf somewhere for the last 20 years," 92-year-old Leon Lederman said in a phone conversation from his home in eastern Idaho.
Fair, as well as Tony Bahnan, who owns the building, are looking to pay tribute to the bakery previously owned by Allen Lederman.
Retired stockbroker, Geoffrey Lederman, 85, was driving home from a bridge tournament when he hit the car's accelerator instead of the brake.
Reeva Lederman told the press, "Medical consumers are not just using the online community as an adjunct to conventional medical care, but many have moved their regular doctor out of the equation altogether.