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Ivan Pavlov timeline

a timeline of Pavlov's history

William Kilpatrick

on 12 November 2015

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Why he is famous:
During the years of 1891-1900 He did most of his research on physiology of digestion at the Institute of Experimental Medicine.
Ivan Pavlov was born on September 26, 1849
Ryazan, Russia
1879 He started to right a book in commemoration of the 25th Graduation Anniversary from the Military-Medical Academy.
Ivan Pavlov Timeline
1870 Pavlov left his religious career and enrolled in a natural science course at the University of St. Pertersburg
In 1875 he Graduated from the University of
St. Pertersburg and then got an assistant ship from Cyon at the Military-Medical Academy; received a degree of Candidate of Natural Sciences
1876-1878 He was an assistant in Ustimovich's laboratory.
In the Summer of 1877 He spent some time in Physiological Laboratory of Professor R. Heidenhain at Breslau.
1879 he Graduated from the Military-Medical Academy; 1879 He also completed his third course of study at the Academy of Medical Surgery; awarded his first gold medal.
June 13, 1880 He proposed to Seraphima (Sara) Vasilievna Karchevskaya; 1880-1884 He continued his postgraduate study and research at the Academy.
He Married Sara in 1881.
1883 He discovered dynamic nerves of the heart and submitted a thesis for a degree of Doctor of Medicine.
On April 24, 1884 He gave a lecturer in physiology at the Military-Medical Academy.
1885-1886 He studied abroad. June 15, 1890, He made chair and was appointed professor of pharmacology in the Military-Medical Academy.
1890 He was appointed Director of Physiology Department at the Institute of Experimental Medicine in St. Petersburg.
June 13, 1891, He gained directorship of the Department of Physiology in the Institute of Experimental Medicine.
May 29, 1895, he was appointed to Chair of Physiology until 1925.
In 1897 His lectures where published about the
functions of the principal digestive glands.
1901 He was elected as a corresponding member of the Russian Academy of Sciences.
1904 He received The Nobel Prize in Physiology and Medicine for work on the physiology of the digestive glands. (classical Conditioning)
1907 He was elected Academician of the Russian Academy of Sciences.
1912 He was given an honorary doctorate at Cambridge University.
1915 He was Awarded the Order of the legion of Honor (Medical Academy of Paris recommendation).
On January 24, 1921 He was awarded a special government decree signed by Lenin.
1924 He resigned from professorship at the Military-Medical Academy.
In 1935 his Youngest son, Vsevolod, died.
In 1935 the Government built a laboratory for Pavlov with his chief work on conditioned reflexes.
On February 27 1936 (age 86), Pavlov died in Leningrad.
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What I have learned from researching Ivan Pavlov:
Ivan Pavlov was a man of science; he started off studying religions but later dropped it for science. He went on to the University of St. Pertersburg and got an assistant ship from Cyon in his laboratory at the Military-Medical Academy. Then he went on to become a higher rank in the Military-Medical Academy. At this point he has earning a higher rank allowing him to started he’s own research and then he tried a test on a dog were if he rang a bell then the dog will know that there is food and after doing it for a long time he rang it and gave no food and the dog still came thinking there was food and then the dog began to salivate and this was call Classical Conditioning. He studied the Physiology of Digestion for a year and then finished his lectures entitled "Lectures on the functions of the principal digestive glands." For this He received a Nobel Prize in Physiology and Medicine. Afterwords he earned more medals and higher ranks like on January 24, 1921 He was awarded a special government decree signed by Lenin. He died on February 27, 1936 at the age of 86.
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