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Robert Christison

Robert Christison
Autor: Lambert M. Surhone / Miriam T. Timpledon / Susan F. Marseken
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ISBN / EAN: 9786131163739

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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Sir Robert Christison, 1st Baronet (18 July 1797 23 January 1882) was a Scottish toxicologist and physician. Christison was born in Edinburgh and attended the Royal High School and graduated at the University of Edinburgh in 1819. He then spent a short time in London, studying under John Abernethy and Sir William Lawrence, and in Paris, where he learnt analytical chemistry from P. J. Robiquet and toxicology from M. J. B. Orfila. In 1822 he returned to Edinburgh as professor of medical jurisprudence, and set to work to organise the study of his subject on a sound basis. On poisons in particular he speedily became a high authority; his well-known treatise on them was published in 1829, and in the course of his inquiries he did not hesitate to try such daring experiments on himself as taking large doses of Calabar bean (Physostigmine). His attainments in medical jurisprudence and toxicology procured him the appointment, in 1829, of medical officer to the crown in Scotland, and from that time until 1866 he was called as a witness in many celebrated criminal cases.

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