Rudolf Virchow

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Rudolf Carl Virchow
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Born 13 October 1821(1821-10-13)
Schivelbein, Pomeranie, Kinrick o Proushie
Died 5 September 1902(1902-09-05) (aged 80)
Berlin, German Empire
Restin place
Alter St.-Matthäus-Kirchhof, Schöneberg
52°17′N 13°13′E / 52.29°N 13.22°E / 52.29; 13.22
Naitionality Proushie
Alma mater Varsity o Berlin
Kent for Cell theory
Cellular pathology
Biogenesis
Virchow's triad
Hauf-marrae(s) Ferdinande Rosalie Mayer (aka Rose Virchow)
Awairds Copley Medal (1892)
Scientific career
Fields Medicine
Anthropology
Institutions Charité
Varsity o Würzburg
Thesis de rheumate praesertim corneae (184)
Doctoral advisor Johannes Peter Müller[1]
Other academic advisors Robert Froriep
Notable students Ernst Haeckel
Edwin Klebs
Franz Boas
Adolph Kussmaul
Friedrich Daniel von Recklinghausen
Max Westenhöfer
Influenced Eduard Hitzig
Charles Scott Sherrington
Paul Farmer
Signatur Rudolf Virchow signature.svg

Rudolf Ludwig Carl Virchow (Inglis /ˈvɪrk, ˈfɪrx/;[2] German: [ˈvɪɐ̯çoː];[3][4] 13 October 1821 – 5 September 1902) wis a German doctor, anthropologist, pathologist, prehistorian, biologist, writer, eeditor, an politeecian, kent for his advancement o public heal.

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