1922 graduated Kiev Medicine Institute.
1938-1943 Cand of Medical Science. 1950-1960 corresponding member, USSR Academy of Medical Science. 1942 helped develop a vaccine for treating tularemia patients.
Developed an original classification of chronic forms of dysentery. Devised a method of using colloidally dispersed silver sulfathiazole for treating dysentery patients. First in USSR to describe torulosis, listerellosis and Omsk hemorrhagic fever.
Board member, All-Union and Moscow Society of Epidemiologists, Microbiologists and Infectionists. Со-Editor, “Epidemiology” and “Infectious Diseases” sections, “Bolshaya meditsinskaya entsiklopediya” (Large Medical Encyclopedia), 2nd edition. Member, Editor Board, journal “Terapevtichesky arkhiv” (Therapeutic Archives).
Member, Editor Council, journals “Klinicheskaya Meditsina” (Clinical Medicine), “Meditsinsky referativny zhurnal” (Medical Abstracts Journal) and “Zhurnal mikrobiologii i immunobiologii” (Journal of Microbiology and Immunobiology), etc. 1955 visited China to study state of medical and public health service. Attended 2nd International Congress on Infectious Pathology in Milan.
1922-1924 intern, Hospital Therapy Clinic, Kiev Medicine Institute. 1924-1931 district doctor, Head, Outpatients’ Department, then intern, City Isolation Hospital, Bryansk. 1931-1932 intern, 1932-1943 Head, Isolation Department, Moscow Botkin Hospital.
1933-1935 Assistant, 1935-1943 lecturer, Chair of Infectious Diseases, Central Postgraduate Medicine Institute, Moscow. 1944-1949 Head, Chair of Infectious Diseases, 3rd Moscow Medicine Institute.
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