Ilya Gruzinov Egorovich( Professor of Moscow University)
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Biography Ilya Gruzinov Egorovich
1781 - 1813) - Professor of Moscow University and son of a priest, . studied at the Theological Academy, . and then at the University of Moscow and St. Petersburg Medical Surgical Academy; for improvements at public expense was sent abroad and in 1809, Mr.,
. appointed associate professor of anatomy at Moscow University, in 1811, Mr.. - Full professor of anatomy, physiology and forensic medicine, died of typhus in 1812, taking part in the war doctor militia. His literary works: "De galvanismo ejusque usu in praxi medica" (diss. 1804), "Description of the London hospitals," "On the education of the brain, cured ice" and the word July 2, 1812: "The newly discovered site of origin to vote in humans and other animals."