1882 – Born on the 25th of November in Danzig, Germany.
1905 – Studied at Königsberg, Freiburg, and Munich, obtaining his doctorate at Königsberg.
1913 – He was habilitated at Leipzig.
1919 – Becoming ausserordentlicher professor.
1927 – Full professor as well as director of the medical policlinic.
1931 – He was called to Königsberg to succeed Max Matthes, becoming professor and director of the medical clinic at the University of Königsberg.
– His work concerns roentgen diagnostics, research on tuberculosis, diseases of the joints and various other fields in internal medicine, often bordering on neurology.
1950 – Died in Germany.