Rudolf Ludwig Carl Virchow (Inglis /ˈvɪrk, ˈfɪrx/;[2] German: [ˈvɪɐ̯çoː];[3][4] 13 October 1821 – 5 September 1902) wis a German doctor, anthropologist, pathologist, prehistorian, biologist, writer, eeditor, an politeecian, kent for his advancement o public heal.

Rudolf Carl Virchow
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Born13 October 1821(1821-10-13)
Schivelbein, Pomeranie, Kinrick o Proushie
Died5 September 1902(1902-09-05) (aged 80)
Berlin, German Empire
Restin place
Alter St.-Matthäus-Kirchhof, Schöneberg
52°17′N 13°13′E / 52.29°N 13.22°E / 52.29; 13.22
NaitionalityProushie
Alma materVarsity o Berlin
Kent forCell theory
Cellular pathology
Biogenesis
Virchow's triad
Hauf-marrae(s)Ferdinande Rosalie Mayer (aka Rose Virchow)
AwairdsCopley Medal (1892)
Scientific career
FieldsMedicine
Anthropology
InstitutionsCharité
Varsity o Würzburg
Thesisde rheumate praesertim corneae (184)
Doctoral advisorJohannes Peter Müller[1]
Other academic advisorsRobert Froriep
Notable studentsErnst Haeckel
Edwin Klebs
Franz Boas
Adolph Kussmaul
Friedrich Daniel von Recklinghausen
Max Westenhöfer
InfluencedEduard Hitzig
Charles Scott Sherrington
Paul Farmer
SignaturRudolf Virchow signature.svg

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