Paul Albert Grawitz (born October 1, 1850 in Zerrin/Sierzno, Kreis Bütow (cf.Bütow/Bytów), Pommern (now Poland) – June 27, 1932 in Greifswald) was a German pathologist. He was an older brother to hematologist Ernst Grawitz (1860-1911), and father-in-law to pathologist Otto Busse (1867-1922).
While he studied medicine at the University of Berlin, he was an assistant to pathologist Rudolf Virchow (1821-1902). After graduation he continued as an assistant to Virchow until 1886. From 1886 to 1921 he taught as a professor at the University of Greifswald, where he also served as director of the pathological institute.
- Geschichte der Medizinischen Fakultät Greifswald 1806-1906, Greifswald : Verlag von Julius Abel, 1906. - History of the Greifswald medical faculty.
- Die Medizin der Gegenwart in Selbstdarstellungen, 2 vols, 1923
- Grawitzsche Geschwulst (Grawitz tumo(u)r, nephrocellular carcinoma), see Renal cell carcinoma
- University of Greifswald
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