Maurice Vejux Tyrode
American pharmacologist, born November 6, 1878, Besançon; died 1930.
Biography of Maurice Vejux Tyrode
Maurice Vejux Tyrode attended the Harvard University, obtaining his doctorate in 1900. At this institution he successively became assistant instructor and faculty instructor in pharmacology. He became known for his studies of isolated kidney, on Strophantus, mercury-albuminverbindungen.
BibliographyPharmacology. Philadelphia, 1908; 2nd edition, 1912
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