1825 – He was born in Dresden, and was educated in Leipzig and Heidelberg. 1843 – He studied in Leipzig for four years then again in 1848 until the next year. 1851 – He received his doctorate at Leipzig, and then went to Vienna to receive education in pathology. He also got a high position ..
1821 – Born in October 13th in Schivelbein, Pomeranian, Prussia. Rudolf Ludwig Karl Virchow was among the greatest minds in medicine in the 19th century. 1843 – Virchow went on to study at the University of Berlin where he became a medical doctor. 1849 – He was employed as an intern at Charite Hospital in ..
1851 – He was born this year and raised in Belroi, an unincorporated community in Gloucester County in eastern Virginia’s Middle Peninsula region, to Lemuel Sutton Reed (a Methodist minister) and Pharaba White. 1869 – At the age of 18, he completed the M.D. degree after two year-long sessions at the University of ..
1868 – Born in Vienna, Austria on the 14th of June. 1891 – He earned a medical degree at the University of Vienna, and was also wellgrounded in chemistry, having studied under Hermann Emil Fischer. 1901 – He is noted for his development of the modern system of classification of blood groups from his identification ..
1863 – Born on March 25th in Louisville, Kentucky. American pathologist and bacteriologist who isolated a common strain (Shigella dysenteriae) of dysentery bacillus and developed a curative serum for cerebrospinal meningitis. 1882 – Simon Flexner attended public school in Louisville and was apprenticed to a druggist who sent him to the Louisville College of Pharmacy, ..
1771 – He was born on the 14th of November in Thoirette, Jura. – He entered the college of Nantua, and afterwards studied at Lyon. – He studied anatomy and surgery, under the guidance of M. A. Petit. 1793 – He went to Paris and became a pupil of P. J. ..
US (Venezuelan-born) pathologist 1920 – Born on the 29th of October in Caracas, Venezuela. 1925 – Benacerraf moved to Paris from Venezuela with his family. 1940 – Emigrated to the USA. 1943 – He became a naturalized citizen. He earned his B.S. at Columbia University School of General Studies. Attained the degree of Doctor of ..
1905 – Born on the 1st of January in USA. 1964 – Whose research showing that cigarette smoking was causally related to lung cancer, based on his examination of thousands of lung tissue samples, gained national prominence in the first Surgeon General’s Report on Smoking and Health. 1997 – Died on the 15th of January. ..
1864 – Born on June 14th in Marktbreit, Bavaria. A German neuropathologist and psychiatrist. The eponym of Alzheimer’s disease. 1887 – He attended the universities of Aschaffenburg, Tübingen, Berlin, and Würzburg, where he was granted a medical degree. 1888 – Alzheimer spent 5 months accompanying a mentally ill women on a journey, before he joined ..
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, ..