Evgeni Babsky

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Evgeni Babsky
BornGoris, Armenia
DiedSeptember 10, 1973(1973-09-10) (aged 71)
Moscow, USSR
Alma materMoscow State University (1924)

Evgeni Babsky (Russian: Бабский, Евгений Борисович; 1902–1973) was a Soviet physiologist, D.Sc., Member of the Ukrainian Academy of Sciences.

Biography[edit]

Evgeni Babsky was graduated from Moscow State University in 1924. During the period of 1932—1949 he works as professor at Moscow State V. I. Lenin Pedagogical Institute. In the 1950s he became head of the Laboratory of Clinical Physiology in the Institute of Physiology of the USSR Academy of Medical Sciences. He had contributed much to the study of mediators and the physiology of the heart, and developed a number of physiological methods of studying the human organism. Evgeni Babsky had published over 300 scientific works, including a number of monographs. His textbooks were reprinted many times in Russian and translated into other languages.

Evgeni Babsky died at the age of 71 on September 10, 1973, in Moscow.

Works[edit]

  • 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»

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