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The authors 220 Harry Hillen (1943) was professor of internal medicine, Maastricht 1980-1989 he was chairman of the board of the Bleuland Hospital in University, head of the Department of Internal Medicine, azM and Gouda. From 1989-2003 he was temporary chair of many hospital Dean of the Faculty of Health, Medicine and Life Sciences, Maastricht boards. He coached board members and division heads of hospitals and University. He published on internal medicine, oncology and the was lecturer on change management at Maastricht University. He history of medicine, he was editor-in-chief of the European Journal of wrote about his experiences in hospital governance and with hospital Internal Medicine and of the book published on the occasion of the boards in his book ‘Changing Hospitals’ (2008). 75th anniversary of the Dutch Association of Internists and co-author of the book ‘Lessons from Problem Based Learning’. Jos Notermans (1955) is a company doctor and forensic physician. In 1976 he founded the Maastricht Fortress Town Foundation. Since Bèr Eggen (1953) is researcher of history of medicine at Maastricht 1986 he has been correspondent of the Menno van Coehoorn University. He studied history of art at the Académie Royale des Foundation in Maastricht and surrounding area. His primary interest is Beaux-Arts, Luik, Belgium, specialising in the history of Roman to high in the fortifications and military history of Maastricht and he regularly medieval culture in the Meuse-Rhine Euregion. His main interest and publishes on these topics. He gives (un)solicited advice on issues subject of his publications is history of construction. He is secretary of relating to the fortress. the Cercle Historique et Archéologique de Maestricht Frans Roebroeks (1956) has been archivist of the Maastricht Municipal Jos van Engelshoven (1945) studied medicine at Nijmegen. From Archive (today Limburg Regional History Centre) since 1981. He 1986-2008 he was professor of radiology at Maastricht University and publishes regularly on various aspects of the history of Maastricht and head of the Department of Radiology, azM. From 2002-2008 he was its province, particularly on issues relating to the Second World War. also professor of radiology at the Technical University of Eindhoven. He published over 200 articles almost exclusively on medical subjects, Eric van Royen (1952) studied history at Utrecht and worked for the particularly medical imaging. History and Technique Foundation, Eindhoven and the Faculty of Law and the Faculty of Cultural and Social Sciences, Maastricht University. Toon Jenniskens (1941) studied history at Nijmegen specialising in the He published mainly on company history and is currently a freelance New Time. After that he attended the higher archivist course for historian and editor. He recently edited the UM 35th anniversary book public servants at the State Archive School and worked at the Public ‘Maastricht City of Knowledge’ (2011). Archive of Gelderland (1973). In 1977 he was appointed City Archivist of Maastricht (until 1991) and City Cultural Historian (until 2005). He Eric Wetzels (1968) grew up in Maastricht and studied classical sat on the boards and chaired editorial boards of many (historical) archaeology at the University of Amsterdam. He is currently director of associations. He transcribed the ‘council ordinances’ of Maastricht Centre Céramique and the Natural History Museum, both at 1428-1475 and published on numerous, mainly Maastricht-related, Maastricht. He worked in Germany and the Netherlands as a subjects. researcher and archaeologist. His special interests are the relationship between landscape and archaeology and European history. Gauke Kootstra (1938) was professor of surgery, Maastricht University, . head of the Surgical Department, azM and dean of the Faculty of Medicine, Maastricht University. He authored more than 200 publications, mainly on transplantation surgery. He is secretary of the board of the Dokter Van Kleef Foundation. Léon M.J.L. Lodewick (1944) studied medicine at Nijmegen and set up a practice as a general practitioner in Maastricht (1971). He was co-founder of the Dr Van Kleef Health Centre and intensively involved in the establishment of the Faculty of Medicine at Maastricht. One of his many initiatives there was the establishment of the Skillslab. From


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