Nick Zaleski Lavrent'evich( Distinguished Professor of Kharkov University, Department of Pharmacology)
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Biography Nick Zaleski Lavrent'evich
Born in 1835, studied at the Kharkov school, where in 1855, Mr.. entered the Kharkov University medical faculty, where he graduated from the course in 1860. with the title of doctor with honors and with the appointment as resident therapeutic and obstetric clinics at the same university. In the same year, went abroad, to supplement their knowledge of chemistry worked first in the laboratory Wurtz in Paris, then in the laboratory of Professor Hoppe-Seyler in Tц?bingen. In April next year, he received his mission for 2 years to prepare for the teaching of medicinal chemistry. Upon his return to Russia, after defending a thesis in November 1866, Zaleski was awarded the degree of Doctor of Medicine. In April 1868. elected associate professor of toxicology and forensic chemistry, in 1875. - Extraordinary professor of Forensic Medicine, where he taught until 1880, when moved to the Department of Pharmacology was most suitable to his training and personal sympathies. In 1885, Mr.. He was elected full professor of pharmacology in 1888. - Professor Emeritus. The latest Department Zaleski served by 1893, the issuance of his resignation over 30 years of seniority. The most famous scientist of his works: "Studies on the process of uremic and renal function" and "On the composition of human bones and various animals."