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  1. Robert Koch (en allemand : / ˈ ʁ o ː. b ɛ ʁ t k ɔ x / [1] Écouter, 11 décembre 1843 à Clausthal, Royaume de Hanovre - 27 mai 1910 à Baden-Baden, Empire allemand) est un médecin allemand connu pour sa découverte de la bactérie responsable de la tuberculose qui porte aujourd'hui son nom : « bacille de Koch ».

  2. Mar 17, 2015 · Robert Koch was born in 1843. Koch worked on anthrax and tuberculosis (TB) and he further developed the work of Louis Pasteur. Koch’s fame, alongside that of Alexander Fleming, Edward Jenner, Joseph Lister and Pasteur himself, is firmly cemented in medical history. Koch came from a poor mining family and it took him a lot …

  3. Jan 29, 2019 · Major Contributions of Robert Koch . He investigated the anthrax disease cycle in 1876, and studied the bacteria that cause tuberculosis in 1882 and cholera in 1883. He discovered bacteria such as the anthrax bacilli, tubercle bacilli and cholera bacilli. Koch observed the phenomenon of acquired immunity.

  4. › wiki › Bobby_KochBobby Koch - Wikipedia

    Robert P. Koch (born January 13, 1960) is the president and CEO of the Wine Institute, acting as its chief lobbyist in Washington, D.C. and Sacramento, California. Life and career. Koch is the son of George William Koch, past president of the Grocery Manufacturers Association.

  5. Robert Langer is one of MIT's 12 Institute Professors, the highest honor awarded to a faculty member. He has written over 1,500 articles, cited over 352,000 times; his h-index of 293 is the highest of any engineer in history and tied for the fourth highest of any individual in any field.

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  7. Robert Koch (Klausthal, 1843 - Baden-Baden, 1910) Bacteriólogo alemán galardonado con el Premio Nobel. Descubrió la bacteria productora del ántrax o carbunco y la bacteria productora de la tuberculosis. Se le considera, junto a Louis Pasteur, el padre de la bacteriología, y el que sentó las bases de la microbiología médica moderna ...

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