Janet Asimov

Janet Asimov
BornJanet Opal Jeppson
(1926-08-06) August 6, 1926 (age 92)
Ashland, Pennsylvania, U.S.
Pen nameJ O Jeppson
OccupationWriter, psychiatrist, psychoanalyst
EducationStanford University (B.A.)
New York University Medical School (M.D.)
William Alanson White Institute of Psychoanalysis
GenreScience fiction
Spouse
Isaac Asimov
(m. 1973; his death 1992)

Janet Opal Asimov (née Jeppson; born August 6, 1926 in Ashland, Pennsylvania), usually writing as J. O. Jeppson, is an American science fiction writer, psychiatrist, and psychoanalyst.

She started writing children's science fiction in the 1970s. She was married to Isaac Asimov from 1973 until his death in 1992, and they collaborated on a number of science fiction books aimed at young readers, including the Norby series.

Education and career

Jeppson earned a B.A. degree from Stanford University (first attending Wellesley College), her M.D. degree from New York University Medical School, completing a residency in psychiatry at Bellevue Hospital. In 1960, she graduated from the William Alanson White Institute of Psychoanalysis, where she continued to work until 1986.[1] After her marriage to Isaac Asimov, she continued to practiced psychiatry under the name Janet O. Jeppson, and she published medical papers under that name.

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