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Ernst Schwalbe
Pathologist and university teacher

Ernst Schwalbe

Ernst Schwalbe
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Intro Pathologist and university teacher
Was Pathologist Educator
From Germany
Field Academia Biology
Gender male
Birth 26 January 1871, Berlin, Germany
Death 16 March 1920, Rostock, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Germany (aged 49 years)
Star sign Aquarius
The details (from wikipedia)


Ernst Theodor Karl Schwalbe (26 January 1871, in Berlin – 16 March 1920, in Rostock) was a German pathologist, who specialized in teratological research.
He studied medicine at the universities of Strassburg, Berlin and Heidelberg, and received his habilitation in 1900 with a thesis on blood coagulation. Afterwards, he worked as an assistant under Julius Arnold at Heidelberg, and in 1907/08 served as prosector and head of the pathology-bacteriology clinic at the city hospital in Karlsruhe. From 1908 to 1920 he was a full professor at the University of Rostock. He was killed in Rostock while serving as a volunteer during the Kapp Putsch (1920).

Selected works

  • Untersuchungen zur Blutgerinnung : Beiträge zur Chemie und Morphologie der Coagulation des Blutes, 1900 – Studies on blood coagulation: Contributions to the chemistry and morphology of coagulation of the blood.
  • Vorlesungen über der Geschichte der Medizin, 1905 – Lectures on the history of medicine.
  • Die Morphologie der Missbildungen des Menschen und der Tiere (3 volumes 1906–13) – Morphology of malformations of humans and animals:
    • I. Allgemeine Missbildungslehre (Teratologie) – General teratology.
    • II. Die Doppelbildungen – Double formations.
    • III. Die Einzelmissbildungen – Single malformations.
  • Untersuchungen über künstliche Parthenogenese und das Wesen des Befruchtungsvorgangs, 1906 – Studies on artificial parthenogenesis and the nature of the fertilization process.
  • Kleinlebewesen und Krankheiten; sechs volkswissenschaftliche Vorträge über Bakteriologie und Hygiene, 1908 – Microbes and diseases: Six scientific lectures on bacteriology and hygiene.
  • Studien zur Pathologie der Entwicklung (with Robert Meyer; 2 volumes 1914–20) – Studies on the pathology of development.

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