Max von Gruber, MD

Institute for Hygiene, Munich 
Bacteriology, Vibrio species
"Max von Gruber"

(1853 - 1927)
Rath, Gernot, „Gruber, Max Franz Maria Ritter von“, in: Neue Deutsche Biographie 7 (1966), S. 177 f. [Onlinefassung]
Austrian bacteriologist, hygienist, and student of sexuality who is known for discovering specific agglutination with his student H. E. Durham. He was in Vienna and Graz before moving to Munich, where he remained from 1902-1923.


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Franz Coelestin Schneider grad student 1876 University of Vienna (Chemistry Tree)
Max Joseph von Pettenkofer post-doc 1876-1882 Institute for Hygiene, Munich
 (Studied chemistry and physiology)
Carl von Voit post-doc 1876-1882 University of Munich (Chemistry Tree)
Carl Friedrich Wilhelm Ludwig research scientist 1882-1884 Leipzig University (Neurotree)
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