Nina KLYUEVA, USSR Microbiologist. Professor 1941; Doctor of Medicine Science; corresponding member, USSR Academy of Medical Science; Head, Experimental Laboratory, and Science Director, Tarasevich Vaccine and Serum Control Institute, since 1954.
KLYUEVA, Nina was born in 1899.
1921 graduated Medical Faculty, Rostov-on-Don University. 1922-1929 Assistant. Chair of Microbiology, Rostov University.
Works on methods of obtaining durable dry vaccines. Developed vaccine strains against agents causing cholera, typhoid and paratyphoid, and combined vaccines which are being used successfully in Soviet Army and among civilian population of USSR. Works deal with: immunity.
General and specialized medical microbiology. Mutability of bacteria. Antibiotics; microbiology of intestinal infections.
1930-1948 Head, Science Department, Central Bacteriological Institute, USSR Popular Commissariat of Public Health, now the Central Institute of Experimental Medicine. 1941-1943 Head, Chair of Microbiology, Central Postgraduate Medicine Institute, Moscow. 1943-1948 Head, Chair of Microbiology, 3rd Moscow Medicine Institute.
1948-1951 Head, Laboratory of Biotherapy, USSR Academy of Medical Science.
Religion is always aggressive against any new scientific ideas.
Marxism–Leninism as the only truth could not, by its very nature, become outdated.