Bunge, Christopher G.( Emeritus Professor of Veterinary Science at Moscow University)
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Biography Bunge, Christopher G.
(1781 - 1860), was born in Kiev, he graduated from a course in medical-surgical institute in St. Petersburg in 1801, in the next year went with the scientific view of the border, where he studied veterinary science. In 1809, Mr.. Moscow won the newly established Medical-Surgical Academy Department of Veterinary dietetiki, pharmacology, pathology and therapy. During this time he studied anthrax and described in detail in her speech, "De morbo sic dicto sibirico"; during the war of 1812, to mark the closing of the academy, a post in the military-medical department and began treating the wounded, and in 1813, Mr.. returned to his professorship. In 1817, Mr.. defined a professor of veterinary science at the University of Moscow, in 1825, Mr.. approved academician and academic secretary at the Academy, in 1829 - 34 years was the dean of the medical faculty, in 1836, Mr.. elected Vice-Rector of the University, left the University in 1842, Mr.. Trudy Bunge: "On stimulation of the spinal cord" (1844), "On the most important epidemic of diseases in domestic animals" (1847) and "Guide to the identification and treatment of internal diseases of horses" (1856).