|Enhanced version of original printed entry||Encoded version: searched-for items red; some Appendix and Addenda included; unique identifier MTCF891E|
Hon. Sc.D., 1891.
[B. 1845 in Kharkoff.] Professor of Zoology, University of Odessa, 1870-82.
Chef de Service of the Institut Pasteur, Paris, 1895.
Foreign Member of the Royal Society, 1895, and of the Académie des Sciences.
Nobel prize for medicine, 1908.
Copley medal, Royal Society, 1906.
Author, The Nature of Man; Immunity in Infective Diseases; The Prolongation of Human Life; Optimistic Essays. Resided latterly in Paris.
Died July 15, 1916.
(Who was Who.)
|Elie METCHNIKOFF |
Approx. lifespan: 18451916
Hon. ScD 1891
b. 1845 in Kharkoff, [Russia],
Professor of Zoology: University of Odessa, [Russia], 1870-82
Chef de Service of Institut Pasteur, Paris, [France], 1895
Foreign Member of: Royal Society 1895, and of the Académie des Sciences.
Nobel Prize for medicine 1908
Copley Medal, Royal Society 1906
Publ.: The Nature of Man; Immunity in Infective Diseases; The Prolongation of Human Life; Optimistic Essays
latterly Paris, [France],
( Who was Who .)