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Robert Koch, a life in medicine and bacteriology

Auteur: Thomas D Brock
Uitgever: Madison, WI : Science Tech Publishers ; Berlin ; New York : Springer-Verlag, ©1988.
Serie: Scientific revolutionaries.
Editie/Formaat:   Boek : Biografie : EngelsAlle edities en materiaalsoorten bekijken.
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For anyone interested in the origin of the fields of experimental medicine and bacteriology, this book will prove of great value. Robert Koch's story is a stirring example of how a lone country doctor can rise above all odds to become a true scientific revolutionary. Koch was the founder of the discipline of bacteriology, and his work formed the basis for all modern ideas of hygiene and public health. Given the  Meer lezen...
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Genre/Vorm: Biography
Biographie
Aanvullende fysieke materiaalsoort: Online version:
Brock, Thomas D.
Robert Koch, a life in medicine and bacteriology.
Madison, WI : Science Tech Publishers ; Berlin ; New York : Springer-Verlag, c1988
(OCoLC)608490353
Online version:
Brock, Thomas D.
Robert Koch, a life in medicine and bacteriology.
Madison, WI : Science Tech Publishers ; Berlin ; New York : Springer-Verlag, c1988
(OCoLC)610134982
Genoemd persoon: Robert Koch; Robert Koch; Robert Koch; Robert Koch; Koch; Robert Koch; Robert Koch
Genre: Biografie
Soort document: Boek
Alle auteurs / medewerkers: Thomas D Brock
ISBN: 0910239193 9780910239196 3540193448 9783540193449
OCLC-nummer: 17953466
Beschrijving: ix, 364 p. : ill., ports. ; 25 cm.
Inhoud: Preface --
1 Introduction --
2 Koch's Early Years --
3 The Young Doctor and Husband --
4 Steps toward Maturity: Koch in Wollstein --
5 The Lone Scientist: The Work on Anthrax --
6 First Recognition: Koch and Cohn --
7 Koch's Role in the Microscope Revolution --
8 Studies on Wound Infections: The Later Wollstein Years --
9 On to Berlin --
10 Koch at the Crossroads: From Lone Doctor to Group Leader --
11 Simple Gifts: The Plate Technique --
12 Sterilization, Disinfection, and other Techniques --
13 The London Meeting: Koch, Lister, and Pasteur --
14 World Fame: The Discovery of the Tuburcle Bacillus --
15 The World Traveler: To Egypt and India in Search of Cholera --
16 The Pasteur/Koch Controversy --
17 The Berlin Professor --
18 At the Center of a Storm: Koch's Work on Tuburculin --
19 Consolidation and Transition --
20 Africa Years: Robert Koch's Research in Tropical Medicine --
21 The World Tour: Koch in America and Japan --
22 As Assessment of Koch and His Work --
Chronology --
Bibliography of Koch's Writings --
Notes --
Index
Serietitel: Scientific revolutionaries.
Verantwoordelijkheid: Thomas D. Brock.
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For anyone interested in the origin of the fields of experimental medicine and bacteriology, this book will prove of great value. Robert Koch's story is a stirring example of how a lone country doctor can rise above all odds to become a true scientific revolutionary. Koch was the founder of the discipline of bacteriology, and his work formed the basis for all modern ideas of hygiene and public health. Given the Nobel Prize for his discovery of the cause of tuberculosis, Robert Koch made major contributions to tropical medicine, immunology, and veterinary medicine. He was also a world traveler and made numerous, important research expeditions to India (where he discovered the cause of cholera), Africa, and New Guinea.

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