Augusto Murri

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Augusto Murri
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Dr Augusto Murri
Born 1841
Fermo
Died 1932
Bologna
Education University of Florence
Occupation Clinician - Philosopher - Illustrious Professor at the Bologna University - Author of Treatises
Children Linda (Teodolinda) Bonmartini, Tullio

Augusto Murri (8 September 1841, Fermo, Marche - 11 November 1932) was an Italian physician. Appointed to the Chair of Clinical Medicine at Bologna in 1875 he was regarded as one of the most illustrious clinical doctors and innovators of his times (in Pathological Anatomy, Histology, Microbiology and Experimental Physiopathology).

Became also the Rector of the Alma Mater Studiorum, and later a member of the Italian Parliament (1891).

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