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Anichkov N. N. (1885 - 1964), pathologist

ANICHKOV Nikolay Nikolaevich (1885, St. Petersburg - 1964, Leningrad), pathologist, academician of the Academy of Sciences of the USSR (1939) and Academy of Medical Sciences of the USSR (1944), Distinguished Worker of Science (1935)

Anichkov S. V., (1892 - 1981), pharmacologist

ANICHKOV Sergey Viktorovich (1892, St. Petersburg - 1981, Leningrad), pharmacologist, academician of the Academy of Medical Sciences of the USSR (1950), Hero of Socialist Labour

Anrep V.K. (1852-1927), director of the Department of Medicine

ANREP Vasily Konstantinovich (1852-1927), statesman and public figure, physician, professor of forensic medicine, Privy Councillor. After graduating from the Medical Surgical Academy in 1876, he took part in the Russo-Turkish War of 1877-78

Army Medical Academy

ARMY MEDICAL ACADEMY situated at 6 Akademika Lebedeva Street, an educational institution providing training for army doctors. A unique scientific and medical centre

Bekhterev Psycho-neurological Research Institute, The St. Petersburg

BEKHTEREV PSYCHO-NEUROLOGICAL RESEARCH INSTITUTE, St. Petersburg, located at 3 Bekhtereva Street, was established in 1907 and opened in 1908 by V. M. Bekhterev as a scientific research and educational institution: two initial courses consisted of

Bekhterev V.M., (1857-1927), psychoneurologist

BEKHTEREV Vladimir Mikhailovich (1857-1927), psycho-neurologist, founder of reflexology, Professor (1885), Academician (1899) of the Army Medical College, Honourable Figure of Science (1927). Graduated from the Medical Surgical Academy in 1878

Blumentrost L. L. (1692-1755), court physician, first President of the Petersburg Academy of Science

BLUMENTROST Lavrenty Lavrentievich (1692-1755, St. Petersburg), court physician, first President of the Petersburg Academy of Sciences. He studied at the Universities of Halle, Oxford, and Leiden and earned the degree of Doctor of Medicine (1713)

Bogdanovsky E. I., (1833-1888), surgeon

BOGDANOVSKY Evstafy Ivanovich (1833-1888, St. Petersburg), surgeon. He graduated from the Medical Surgical Academy (1858). Bogdanovsky was a Doctor of Medicine and Surgery (1861), trained in the clinics of Germany, Austria, France

Botkin Memorial Hospital For Infectious Diseases

BOTKIN MEMORIAL HOSPITAL FOR INFECTIOUS DISEASES, city hospital number 30 (3/4 Mirgorodskaya Street) founded on the initiative Professor Y.P. Chudnovsky in 1882 as the Alexandrovskaya Municipal Barracks Hospital with 300 beds

Botkin S. P., (1832-1889), doctor

BOTKIN Sergey Petrovich (1832-1889), doctor, public figure, Doctor of Medicine (1860), Secret Councillor (1877). He graduated from the Faculty of Medicine of Moscow University (1855)

Central Scientific Research Institute of Radiology and Nuclear Medicine

CENTRAL SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH INSTITUTE OF RADIOLOGY AND NUCLEAR MEDICINE (70/4 Leningradskaya Street, village of Pesochny) was established in 1918 as a medico-biological department of the State Institute of X-ray Technology and Radiology

Communities of Sisters Of Mercy (common)

COMMUNITIES of Sisters Of Mercy, a charitable women’s organisation for training professional nurses to take care of sick and wounded men. They became an important part of the women’s emancipation movement and appeared in St

Dal V. I. (1801-1872), writer, ethnographer, lexicographer, doctor

DAL Vladimir Ivanovich (1801-1872), writer, ethnographer, lexicographer, doctor, Corresponding Member of Petersburg Academy of Sciences (1838). He graduated from the Naval Military School (1819) and from the Faculty of Medicine of Derpt University

Dzhanelidze I. I. (Y. Y.), (1883-1950), surgeon

DZHANELIDZE Iustin Ivlianovich (Yustin Yulianovich) (1883-1950, Leningrad) was surgeon, academician of the Academy of Medical Sciences (1944), Lieutenant General of Medical Service (1943), Hero of Socialist Labour (1945)

Fedorov S. P., (1869-1936), surgeon-urologist

FEDOROV Sergey Petrovich (1869-1936, Leningrad), surgeon-urologist, Doctor of Medicine (1895), court surgeon (1913). Fedorov graduated from the Faculty of Medicine of Moscow University (1881)

Frenkel Z. G., (1869-1970), sanitarian

FRENKEL Zakhary Grigorievich (1869-1970, Leningrad), sanitarian and gerontologist, academician of the Academy of Medical Sciences of the USSR (1945). He graduated from the faculty of medicine of Yuryev University (1895) and worked as a district

Garshin V.G. (1887-1956), pathologist

GARSHIN Vladimir Georgievich (1887-1956, Leningrad), pathologist, Member of the Academy of the Medical Sciences of the USSR (1945). He graduated from Kiev University in 1913, working in Leningrad from 1923

Geriatric Medical-Social Centre, Municipal

GERIATRIC MEDICAL-SOCIAL CENTRE, MUNICIPAL (148 Fontanka River Embankment) was the first institution of its kind in Russia. It was founded in 1994, moving to its present location in 1996

Grekov I. I., (1867-1934), surgeon

GREKOV Ivan Ivanovich (1867-1934, Leningrad) surgeon, Doctor of Medicine (1901), honourable science worker (1933). He graduated from the Yuryev University (1894)

Health Service (common)

HEALTH SERVICE, PUBLIC. The first stationary medical institutions in St. Petersburg were military hospitals for the army and the navy (opened in 1715 and 1717)

Hospices (common)

HOSPICES, institutions which render qualified comprehensive medical, psychological, and nursing care to terminal oncological patients. The House of Mercy for Women With Cancer, which opened in St

Hospitals (common)

HOSPITALS. The first hospital in St. Petersburg, the Kalinkinsky Hospital was founded as a police-correctional institution for "indecent women and girls" (1762)

Hospitals, military (common)

HOSPITALS, MILITARY. The first Admiralty hospital was set up by order of Tsar Peter the Great on Vyborgskaya Side in 1715. In 1717, the Land military hospital was opened, which together with the Admiralty hospital formed a single ensemble (the 1720s

Institute of Experimental Medicine

INSTITUTE OF EXPERIMENTAL MEDICINE, a research institute situated at 12 Akademika Pavlova Street. It was founded by Prince A. P. Oldenburgsky as the Imperial Institute of Experimental Medicine in 1890 to become the first multifield medical and

Institute of Haematology and Transfusion Science

INSTITUTE OF HAEMATOLOGY AND TRANSFUSION SCIENCE, Russian State Research Institute of Haematology and Transfusiology situated at 16 Second Sovetskaya Street. It was founded on the initiative of E. R

Isaev V. I., (1854-1911), doctor

ISAEV Vasily Isaevich (1854-1911, St. Petersburg), doctor, microbiologist, Doctor of Medicine (1887). He graduated from the Faculty of Medicine of Moscow University (1877)

Ivashentsov G. A., (1883-1933), doctor of infectious diseases

IVASHENTSOV Gleb Alexandrovich (1883-1933, Leningrad), doctor of infectious diseases, organiser of hospitals. He graduated from the Military Medical Academy (1907)

Korotkov N. S. (1874-1920), surgeon

KOROTKOV Nikolay Sergeevich (1874-1920, Petersburg), surgeon, Doctor of Medicine (1910). He graduated from Moscow University (1898). Korotkov moved to St. Petersburg in 1903

Kravkov N.P., (1865-1924), pharmacologist

KRAVKOV Nikolay Pavlovich (1865-1924, Petrograd), one of the founders of Soviet pharmacology, corresponding member of the Russian Academy of Sciences in 1920. He graduated from St. Petersburg University in 1888 and the Army Medical Academy in 1892

Lang G. F., (1875 - 1948), physician

LANG Georgy Fedorovich (1875, St. Petersburg - 1948, Leningrad), physician, organiser of public welfare, Academician of the Academy of Medical Sciences of the USSR (1945), honourable worker of science (1934)

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