1900 – Born on September 7th.
1911 – Organized a Laboratory and Department of Experimental Biology at Shanyavsky University.
1917 – He got to the Southwestern front in a Cossak unit, fought against the Germans as an infantryman, and became a sergeant major in the cavalry.
1922 – Finished his studies in biology at Moscow University, participated in various intellectual circles, sang as a first bass in the Moscow military chorus and was a load-carrying worker.
– Began his work as a scientist at the Institute of Experimental Biology with Professor N. K. Koltsov. Nikolay Konstantinovich Koltsov was an outstanding figure in Russian biological science.
1927 – Started his long-term investigations of radiation genetics and radio biology.
1929 – Moved at the Institute of Brain Research at Berlin-Buch and became the head of the Department of Genetics.
1937 – Department of Genetics was reorganized as the Institute of Genetics and Biophysics of the Kaiser Wilhelm Society and became its director.
– Received an order to return to the USSR but N. K. Koltsov sent the warning that his return could end in his arrest.
– He refused the invitation of the Rockefeller Foundation to become the Head of the Laboratory of the Carnegie Institute at Cold Spring Harbor.
1945 – Arrested by a different division of the NKVD, deported to Moscow, and sentenced to 10 years for failing to return to his homeland.
1946 – He was transferred to Karaganda (Kazakhstan), to one of the most terrible camps of the GULAG.
1955 – Visited the capitals—Moscow, Leningrad, Kiev after his discharge.
1964 – Became head of the Department of Radiation Biology and Genetics of the Institute of Medical Radiology of the USSR AMS (Academy of Medical Sciences).
1981 – Died on the 28th of March.