Camillo Golgi was an Italian physician, biologist, pathologist, scientist, and Nobel
laureate. ... Golgi died in Pavia, Italy, on 21 January 1926. Drawing by Camillo ...
Apr 20, 1998 ... Camillo Golgi was born in July 1843 in Corteno, a village in the mountains near
Brescia in northern Italy, ... Golgi died in Pavia in January 1926.
Camillo Golgi, (born July 7, 1843/44, Corteno, Italy—died Jan. 21, 1926, Pavia)
Italian physician and cytologist whose investigations into the fine structure of the
Born in Corteno, a tiny village in the province of Brescia, Camillo Golgi studied at
the ... Golgi then began to learn histological techniques under the direction of the
pathologist Giulio Bizzozero. In 1872 ... He died in Pavia on 21 January 1921.
On April 1898 Camillo Golgi communicated to the Medical–Surgical Society of
Pavia, the ... Not only he did worked out the cycle of development of the malaria
parasite ..... Über die feinere Struktur der Ganglienzellen des Sympathicus. Anat.
Who:Camillo Golgi When:July 15, 1898. Why: To further understanding of the
central nervous system. Methods: Golgi invented a method of staining by ...
Camillo Golgi Biography (1843-1926). Nationality: Italian; Gender ... Golgi
studied medicine at the University of Pavia, where he received his M.D. in 1865.
After graduation, he worked ... postsat Pavia. He died in Pavia on January 21,
Camillo Golgi (1843–1926) was born at Corteno, near Brescia, in northern Italy.
... anatomical, A. Dröscher Institut für die Geschichte der Naturwissenschaften, ....
Golgi apparently did not believe that this “apparato” was the communication net ...
Camillo Golgi was responsible for inventing a specific staining technique for ...
because he could not see with certainty that axons did not fuse to other cells. ...
dies or an axon is cut, degeneration in the remaining parts of the neuron stop at
Aug 29, 2006 ... Dieters died from typhoid fever, aged just 29. ... A far more useful staining method
was discovered by Camillo Golgi (1843-1926, right). Golgi ...