Yevgeniya ANDREEVA-GALANINA, USSR Hygienist. Professor; Doctor of Medicine Science; Head, Chair of Labor Hygiene and Clinic of Occupational Diseases, Leningrad Sanitation and Hygiene Medicine Institute; Science Director, Laboratory of Industry Vibration, Leningrad Institute of Labor Hygiene and Occupational Diseases; Chairman, Commission for Combatting Noise, USSR Ministry of Health. Order of Lenin, 1961.
1923-1925 worked under Professor V. G. Khlopin at Anti-Gas Laboratory, Leningrad Military Medicine Academy. 1925-1932 Assistant, Chair of General Hygiene, Leningrad Medicine Institute, then senior associate, Leningrad Institute of Labor Hygiene and Occupational Diseases. Caree": 1937 founded first Soviet laboratory for the study of the effects of vibration on the human body, thereby initiating Soviet research on the problem, at Leningrad Institute of Labor Hygiene and Occupational Diseases.
Chairman, Medicine and Biological Section, Leningrad House of Scientists. Member, Editor Council, journal “Gigiena truda i professionalnye zabolevaniya” (Labor Hygiene and Occupational Diseases). Deputy, Leningrad Rayon Soviet.
Works deal with general and occupational hygiene, especially vibration sickness and the effects of vibration on the human body.