Iovsky Alexander( Professor of Pharmacology and Chemistry of Moscow University)
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Biography Iovsky Alexander
(born 1796), from Voronezh Seminary entered Moscow University, where in 1822, Mr.. recognized medical doctor and sent to study pharmacology and chemistry abroad. Iovsky mostly worked under the guidance Lampadiusa (in Freiberg, Saxony), then traveled to Paris (where he attended lectures thenar, Dulong, Brongniart, etc.) and London (working for Barthelemy. From 1826 to 1843. Iovsky, with the rank of associate, professor at Moscow State University analytical chemistry in the annex to the medicine, read the general chemistry and pharmacology. Since 1843. - Retired. His works: "The initial reason of Chemistry" (Moscow, 1822, 2 ed. 1827 and 1828), . "The importance of chemical studies in the range of sciences and arts" (M., . 1827), . "Journal of business chemistry" (M., . 1829), . Guide to the recognition of poisons, . antidotes, etc. "(M., . 1834), . "Tracing of General Pharmacology" (M., . 1835), . "The memorial book for dealing with pharmacy and formulation" (M., . 1837), . "Pharmacy" Font Style "(M., . 1838),
. From 1828 to 1832. Iovsky published the Journal of Science and Medicine "(to 12 books a year). In addition, translated from the Latin "Lekarstvennik or pharmacology" K. Sprengel (which issued the "Extras", containing descriptions of newly discovered drugs, Moscow, 1827) and "Guide for inspection of pharmacies and other medical supplies" John Neaman (Moscow, 1822). Iovsky also published articles in Studies of the University of Moscow.