Joseph Frank Doctor of Zar Alexander I - Autograph; Letter from University of Pavia for Salary Payment - 1793

Omschrijving
Joseph Frank Doctor of Zar Alexander I - Autograph; Letter from University of Pavia for Salary Payment - 1793
Geneeskunde, Handschriften - Aantal: 1 - Getypte letter gesigneerd (TLS)

Document signed by the famous doctor Giuseppe Frank for the receipt of the salary from the Treasury of the University of Pavia in September.

Document written in Pavia on September 30, 1793.

Frank signed the document on behalf of his father, his collaborator.

Joseph Frank was the eldest son of the founder of Hygiene and Public Health, Johann Peter Frank. The first phase of his career was characterized by a close collaboration with his well-known father. After studying at the University of Pavia with Lazzaro Spallanzani, Alessandro Volta and the doctor Antonio Scarpa, who graduated in June 1791, he worked as an assistant in the local hospital, which had been run by his father since 1785, and as a tutor. When his father became a professor at the Vienna General Hospital in 1795, Joseph took over the Pavia clinic and, as an associate professor, his classes as well.

Joseph Frank, known in Italy and cited in Italian scientific literature as Giuseppe Frank, (Rastatt, December 23, 1771 - Como, December 18, 1842) was a German physician and pathologist during the French Revolution and the Napoleonic era. He was one of the most influential supporters of John Brown's medical reform movement, from which he later distanced himself.

Kavelgegevens
Object
Getypte letter gesigneerd (TLS)
Aantal boeken
1
Onderwerp
Geneeskunde, Handschriften
Auteur/ Illustrator
Joseph Frank Doctor of Zar Alexander I
Boektitel
Autograph; Letter from University of Pavia for Salary Payment
Staat
Fraai
Publicatiejaar oudste item
1793
Druk
Eerste druk
Taal
Italiaans
Oorspronkelijke taal
Ja
Band
Enkele pagina
Aantal pagina‘s.
2
Afmetingen
22,3×26,5 cm
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