Aleksandr VOZNESENSKY, USSR Tuberculo-laryngologist. Doctor of Medicine Science since 1936; Professor 1938; Director, TuberculoBroncholaryngology Department, Tuberculosis Research Institute, Russian Soviet Federated Socialist Republic Ministry of Health, since 1932; Director, 2nd Chair of Tuberculosis, Moscow Central Postgraduate Medicine Institute, since 1947. Order of Lenin; Badge of Honor; medals. Member, Communist Party, since 1944.
Designed a universal inhalator (“Glaseptic”) and made training film on tuberculosis of upper respiratory tract. 1938-1951 board member, Moscow Soviet of Otorhinolaryngologists. Since 1948 board member, Society of Tuberculologists, and Chairman, Tuberculo-Laryngology Section, Society of Otorhinolaryngologists.
Member, Editor Council, journal “Vestnik oto-rino-laringologii” (Bulletin of Otorhinolaryngology). Publ.: more than 50 science works, including “Tuberkulez (volchanka) verkhnikh dykhatelnykh putey” (Tuberculosis [Lupus] of the Upper Respiratory Tract) (1930). “Sifilis i tuberkulez srednego ukha” (Syphilis and Tuberculosis of the Middle Ear) (1937).
‘‘Tuberkulez i volchanka nosa” (Tuberculosis and Lupus of the Nose) (1941). ‘‘Tuberkulez” (Tuberculosis) (1949). Until 1922 Red Army doctor.
1922-1931 Assistant, then associate Tuberculo-Broncholaryngology Department, 1st Soviet Tuberculosis Institute. 1936-1938 instructor, Chair of Tuberculosis, Central Postgraduate Medicine Institute.