Jacques-Joseph Moreau

French psychiatrist (1804–1884) / From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Jacques-Joseph Moreau (3 June 1804 – 26 June 1884), nicknamed "Moreau de Tours", was a French psychiatrist and member of the Club des Hashischins. Moreau was the first physician to do systematic work on drugs' effects on the central nervous system, and to catalogue, analyze, and record his observations.[1]

Jacques-Joseph Moreau
Moreau's grave at Père Lachaise Cemetery