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Hoppe-Seyler, Felix

Freyburg/Unstrut, Germany

Wasserburg, Germany

Degrees: M.D., 1851
Career: 1846 entry into the medical school in Halle; 1847 transfer to Leipzig, where he worked in the laboratory of the physiological chemist K. G. Lehmann; 1850 medical studies completed in Berlin, M.D. received in 1851; one year of further clinical training in Prague, then medical practitioner in Berlin; 1854 prosector in anatomy at Greifswald with C. A. S. Schultze; similar post in the new pathological institute organized in Berlin by Virchow, who made Hoppe-Seyler head of the chemical laboratory; 1860 associate professor at the medical faculty in Berlin; 1861 professor of applied chemistry in succession to J. E. Schloßberger at the Faculty of Medicine in Tübingen; 1872 professor of physiological chemistry at the Physiological-Chemical Institute, University of Strassburg; 1877 foundation of the Zeitschrift für physiologische Chemie.
Selected works: Hoppe-Seyler, Felix. 1876. Ueber die Processe der Gährungen und ihre Beziehung zum Leben der Organismen: Erste Abhandlung. Archiv für die gesammte Physiologie des Menschen und der Thiere 12: 1-17 Hoppe-Seyler, Felix. 1877-1881. Physiologische Chemie. Berlin: August Hirschwald Hoppe-Seyler, Felix. n. d. Ueber die Entwicklung der physiologischen Chemie und ihre Bedeutung für die Medicin: Rede zur Eröffnung des physiologisch-chemischen Instituts. Strassbug: Trübner Hoppe-Seyler, Felix. 1858. Handbuch der physiologisch- und pathologisch-chemischen Analyse für Ärzte und Studirende. Berlin
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