1930 graduated Azerbaydzhan University. 1932 graduated Azerbaydzhan Medicine Institute.
Professor 1940; full member, Azerbaydzhan Academy of Sciences, since 1949. Professor, Azerbaydzhan Medicine Institute, since 1940. Head., Chair of Human and Animal Physiology, Azerbaydzhan University, since 1950.
Academy Secretary,Department of Biological and Agriculture Science, Azerbaydzhan Academy of Sciences, since 1952. Director, Physiology Section, Azer Academy of Sciences, since 1956. Honoured Worker of Science of Azerbaydzhan Soviet Socialist Republic s, 1943.
Member Communist Party, since 1946. 1930-1940 at Azerbaydzhan University. Member, Editor Council, “Fiziologichesky zhurnal USSR im.
I. M. Sechenova” (Sechenov Physiological Journal of the USSR). Works deal with physiology of animals and man, especially physiology of interoceptors.
Religion discourages exploration of science and universe by suppressing curiosity, and denies its followers a broader perspective.
Marxism–Leninism as the only truth could not, by its very nature, become outdated.