Moisey MARSHAK, USSR Physiologist. Professor 1938; Doctor of Medicine Science; corresponding member, USSR Academy of Medical Science, since 1957; Head, Laboratory of the Physiology and Pathology of Respiration and Blood Circulation, Institute of Normal and Pathological Physiology, USSR Academy of Medical Science, since 1945; Honoured Worker of Science Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic since 1946.
MARSHAK, Moisey was born in 1894.
1919 graduated Medical Faculty, Moscow University.
Co-Editor, “Physiology” section, “Bolshaya meditsinskaya entsiklopediya” (Large Medical Encyclopedia), 2nd edition. Member, Editor Council, “Fiziologichesky zhumal USSR im. I. M. Sechenova” (Sechenov Journal of Physiology of the USSR).
1927-1931 established rules for drinking regime in hot workshops. 1948 studied regulation of respiration and blood circulation under conditions of oxygen starvation. 1948-1958 studied regulation of regional blood circulation.
Analysed role of the cerebral cortex in the regulation of human respiration under various conditions of vital activity. Developed original physiological methods: an automatic device for taking samples of alveolar air in man. A flat thermoelectrode for studying blood circulation in the organs.
A method for continuously recording the temperature of organs in chronic experiments, etc. 1924-1933 Head, Laboratory of Labor Hygiene and Physiology, Moscow Institute of Labor Protection. 1933-1944 Head, Laboratory of Climatophysiology, then Laboratory of Respiration and Blood Circulation, All-Union Institute of Experimental Medicine.
1938-1949 Professor, Chair of Physiology, Institute of Physical Training.
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