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Max Aronovitch Goldenberg

Also Known As: "Mark", "Mordechai"
Birthdate: (67)
Birthplace: Rikun
Death: March 23, 1964 (67)
Novosibersk, Russia
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Son of Aaron Baruchovitch Goldenberg and Genya Salmonovna Goldenberg
Father of Private User and Private
Brother of Faina Aronovna Goldenberg; Naum Aronovitch Goldenberg; Riva Aronovna Goldenberg; Moisej Aronovitch Goldenberg; Solomon Aronovitch Goldenberg and 1 other

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About Max Aronovitch Goldenberg

Goldenberg Mark Aronovitch (1897 - 1964) - Soviet psychiatrist. From 1932 to 1941 he headed the department of psychiatry 2nd Kharkov Medical Institute. Was president of the Ukrainian Academy of psycho-neurological, editor of the magazine "Soviet neuropsychiatry." From 1955 he was head of the Department of Psychiatry of the Novosibirsk Medical Institute. Developed experimental direction in psychiatry (the creation of models of psychosis in animal reproduction experiment psychotic symptoms). Developed the problem of infectious intoxication and psychosis.

"Mental disorders in acute infections and intoxications and the doctrine of exogenous types of reactions" (1941), "Play some symptoms atropinovogo psychosis in animals "(1957)," On mental disorders in infectious diseases " (1961)

 Goldenberg Naimark (06.10.1896-23.03.1964)
                                    psychiatrist, professor, member of the Ukrainian Academy of Sciences in 1926 graduated from Kharkov Medical Institute. In 1928-1930. - Head. 2 Department of Psychiatry Kharkov Medical Institute. As of 1942-1944. after evacuation - Head of the Department of Psychiatry of the Kyrgyz  Medical Institute; 194-1951 years. - Head. Department of Psychiatry Gorky Medical Institute; 1951-1955 period - head. Department of Poltava psychiatric hospital; 1955-1964  - Head. Department of Psychiatry Novosibirsk Medical Institute. Research interests - "exogenous" psychoses. Author of 64 scientific works, 1 monograph. awarded two medals: "For Victory over Germany" and "For Valiant Labor in the Great Patriotic War." Buried at the cemetery Zaeltsovsky Novosibirsk, section 66.

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October 6, 1896
March 23, 1964
Age 67
Novosibersk, Russia