1926 graduated Leningrad Military Medicine Academy.
Chairman, Subsection on Neuropathology and Psychiatry, Learned Medicine Council, under the Chief of the Main Medicine Board, USSR Minister of Defense. Board member, AllUnion and Leningrad Society of Neuropathologists and Psychiatrists. Со-Editor, “Psychiatry” section, “Bolshaya meditsinskaya entsiklopediya” (Large Medical Encyclopedia), 2nd edition.
Member, Editor Council, “Zhumal nevropatologii i psikhiatrii im. S. S. Korsakova” (Korsakov Journal of Neuropathology and Psychiatry), etc. Advanced many hypotheses on the effects of the hormone factor on the genesis and clinical picture of manicdepressive psychosis and described the “hypopathy syndrome”.
One of first in USSR to describe psychopathological symptoms in tick-borne encephalitis and psychic disturbances in hemorrhagic neurosonephritis. Author of over 80 works on: military psychiatry. General psychopathology.
Manicdepressive psychosis. Tick-borne encephalitis. Organ, of specialized psychiatric aid at the front.
Military medical expertise in nervous and psychic diseases. Forensic psychiatric expertise. Brain injuries, etc.
1917-1921 in Red Army and government institutions. 1925-1926 at Psychiatric Clinic, Leningrad Military Medicine Academy. 1926-1933 military doctor in Red Army.
Simultaneously supernumerary associate, Psychiatric Clinic, Military Medicine Academy. 1933-1937 instructor, Chair of Psychiatry, Leningrad Military Medicine Academy. 1937-1941 consultant, Far Eastern Front.
Simultaneously Professor, and Head, Chair of Psychiatry, Khabarovsk Medicine Institute. 1941-1942 again instructor, Chair of Psychiatry, Leningrad Military Medicine Academy. Simultaneously Acting psychiatrist, Leningrad Front.
1942-1947 Chief Psychiatrist, USSR Armed Forces. 1947-1954 Deputy Head, 1954-1956 Head, Chair of Psychiatry, Leningrad Military Medicine Academy.
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