1868 – Agramonte was born in Camaguey, Cuba on June 3, 1868. 1900 – Became a member of the Yellow Fever Board of the United States Army led by Walter Reed. 1903 – Became a professor at the University of Havana, teaching Bacteriology and experimental pathology. 1931 – Died in New Orleans on August 19, ..
1870 – Adler was born in Rudolfsheim, Vienna, Austria on February 7. 1888 – Studied at the University of University of Vienna Medical School. 1895 – Received his M.D. degree at the University of Vienna and begun practicing in medicine. 1897 – Married Raissa Timofeivna Epstien. 1898 – Published two articles and wrote his first ..
1793 – Born on April in Longbenton, Northumberland. 1812 – He entered the University of Ediburgh as a medical student. 1818 – He received the degree of Doctor of Medicine. – He moved from Edinburgh to London the same year and became a house surgeon (a surgical resident) at the Lock Hospital. ..
1528 – Born in Karlstadt, Switzerland. – Bodenstein, along with Gerhard Dorn, Johannes Oporinus and Michael Toxites were responsible for translation of the works of Paracelsus. – Adam von Bodenstein is credited with translating from German to Latin the following works; Giambattista della Porta Magia naturalis , Opus Chyrurgicum, and Onomasticon ..
936 – Abu al-Qasim was born in the city of El Zhara, six miles northwest of Córdoba, Spain. He descended from the Ansar Arab tribe who settled eariler in Spain. 963 – Abu Al-Qasim has been credited to be the first to describe ectopic pregnancy in 963, at that time a fatal affliction. Not always ..
1460 – Born in Lisbon, Portugal. 1483-1492 – Judah Abravanel accompanied his father, Isaac Abravanel, when the latter went to Spain (1483), and afterward to Naples (1492). 1502 – His most important work, Dialoghi di Amore (Dialogues of Love), was written. Beside this work, he wrote, at the request of Pico de Mirandola, an astronomical ..
1568 – The birth of a Portuguese physician who worked for the Brazilian government and provided the world with the first scientific description of Tunga penetrans. 1623 – He was the author of the earliest book on tropical medicine describing amoebiasis, malaria, typhoid fever, scurvy, yellow fever, dracontiasis, trichuriasis and tungiasis. 2.1 / ..
1837 – Born on the 7th of April in Toronto, Canada. 1861 – He became a physician after being granted a medical licence from the medical board of Upper Canada. – His career included participation in the American Civil War and attending the death bed of Abraham Lincoln and being invited by Lincoln’s ..
1257 – He was born in the Italian town from which he takes his name, now Abano Terme, a Town in the province of Padua, Italy. 1270 – He quickly gained a great reputation as a physician. – He was twice brought to trial by the Inquisition. 1315 – ..