HomeDiscoverMedical HistoryToday In Medical History - November 24

Today In Medical History – November 24

November 24:

(1888) Research cardiologist Fredrick Willius is born. He wrote hundreds of essays, textbooks and books on cardiology, focusing on circulation.

(1929) Polish nephrologist and endocrinologist Franciszek Kokot is born. His research focused on the link between hormone levels and kidney diseases.

(2012) American chemist Nicholas J. Turro passes away. He is remembered for his work in photochemistry, specifically related to DNA and carbohydrates.

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

SUBSCRIBE TO OUR NEWSLETTERS

Stay Connected
10,288FansLike
820FollowersFollow
249FollowersFollow
2,787FollowersFollow

Article of the month

Recognizing HIE: A Call for Advocacy

Have you heard of HIE? It’s the second leading cause of infant mortality and lifelong disability worldwide. 2-3 per 1,000 live births in high-income...

Joke Of The Day – May 22

A man wasn’t feeling well so he went to the doctor. After examining him the doctor took his wife aside, and said, “Your husband...

ADVERTISE WITH US

error: Content is read-only and copy-protected.