February 26, 1900|
Moscow, Russian Empire
|Died||December 5, 1967
Chişinău, Moldavian SSR
|Citizenship|| Russian Empire
Anatoly Zubkov (Russian: Анатолий Анатольевич Зубков; 1900–1967) was a Soviet physiologist, D.Sc.. He held the chair of physiology in the Kishinev Medical Institute. Prof. Anatoly Zubkov had published over sixty works on the various problems of the physiology and pathology of the heart and the nervous and endocrine control of functions. He was the first to translate classic works by Ivan Sechenov into English.
- Babsky, Evgeni; Boris Khodorov, Grigory Kositsky, Anatoly Zubkov (1989). Evgeni Babsky, ed. Human Physiology, in 2 vols. Translated by Ludmila Aksenova; translation edited by H. C. Creighton (M.A., Oxon). Moscow: Mir Publishers. ISBN 5-03-000776-8 First published in Russian as «Физиология человека»
- "Прогулка по улице Рабфаковской (продолжение)" [The Zubkovs]. Директор-Иваново (in Russian) 107 (12). December 2009.
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