Home » Scientist » Archive by category : Physiologist (paged 2)

Category : Physiologist

1875 – Carlson was born in Sweden on the 29th of January. 1902-1904 – He received a doctorate in physiology at Stanford and began working at the University of Chicago.          – He conducted experiments on Fred Vlcek, similar to those conducted on Alexis St. Martin by William Beaumont, regarding his gastric fistula. 1916 ..

Read more

1844 – Born on March 14th in Roxburgh in southeastern Scotland. Scottish physician and physiologist who played a major role in establishing pharmacology as a rigorous science. 1866 – Graduated from  the University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland, with a Bachelor of Medicine (M.B.). 1867 – He graduated from University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, Midlothian, with ..

Read more

1897 – Born on August 13th in New York. American biologist and administrator. 1920 – Graduated from Swarthmore College and received his B.A. 1926 – Received his Ph.D. from the University of Michigan. 1929 – He was professor of medical physics at the University of Pennsylvania. 1936 – Became the director of the Institute of ..

Read more

1858 – Born on the 30th of November, in Mymensingh, Bengal. Indian plant physiologist and physicist whose invention of highly sensitive instruments for the detection of minute responses by living organisms to external stimuli enabled him to anticipate the parallelism between animal and plant tissues noted by later biophysicists. 1880 – He was later sent ..

Read more

1752 – Johann Friedrich Blumenbach was born on the 11th of May at Gotha, Thuringia, Germany. 1775 – Graduated medicine at Jena, with his MD thesis De generis humani varietate nativa. 1776 – Appointed extraordinary professor of medicine in Göttingen. 1778 – Ordinary professor of medicine in Göttingen. 1787-1804 – Wrote Institutiones Physiologicae, and Handbuch ..

Read more

1899 – Born on the 22nd of February in West Pembroke, Maine, USA. Canadian-American physiologist.          – Charles Herbert Best was most renowned as co-discoverer of insulin with Frederick G. Banting. 1921-1922 – Studied medicine at the University of Toronto.          – Best’s physiology professor, John James Rickard Macleod, introduced him to Frederick Grant ..

Read more

1916 – Born in New York. A renowned renal physiologist Dr. Robert W. Berliner, emeritus professor of cellular and molecular physiology and a former dean of the School of Medicine.          – Berliner received his M.D. degree from Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons. 1947 – He became an assistant professor of medicine ..

Read more

1813 – He was born on the 12th day of July this year in the village of Saint-Julien near Villefranche-sur-Saône.   1845 – He married Françoise Marie (Fanny) Martin for convenience; a colleague arranged the marriage and her dowry helped finance his experiments.   1847 – He was appointed Magendie’s deputy-professor at the college, and ..

Read more

Lionel Smith Beale was a British medical doctor and professor at King’s College London.   1828 – Beale was born 5th of February.   1957 – He was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society.   1906 – Lionel Smith Beale died 28th of March.   &nb..

Read more

1860 – Born on May 2nd in Wolverhampton, Staffordshire, England. British physiologist, co-discoverer of hormones. He conducted pioneer research in major areas of physiology, biochemistry, and physical chemistry. 1888 – He began a long and profitable collaboration with Starling soon after he obtained a teaching post at University College, London. 1902 – Bayliss and Starling ..

Read more