French physician; born at Bischheim, Alsace, Aug. 24, 1842. He received his education at the lyceum of Strasburg and the universities at Strasburg and Paris. Settling in the French capital, he took part, as assistant surgeon attached to the Lariboisière Hospital, during the defense of Paris in 1870-71. From 1871 to 1874 he was assistant physician at the Rothschild Hospital, and graduated as M.D. in 1874. He became chief physician of that institution in 1889; in the same year he was made "Officier d'Académie"; and in 1894 he received the cross of the Legion of Honor.
Weill has published many essays, especially on the treatment of tuberculosis.
- Curinier, Dict. Nat. iii. 195.