Theodore Koppanyi papers 1910-1930


Theodore Koppanyi papers 1910-1930

Theodore Koppanyi was a Hungarian emigre and professor of pharmacology, who spent the majority of his career at Georgetown University. He was a pioneer in modern pharmacology, physiology and cellular biology, and the author of numerous papers on the structure and operation of the eye, in particular eye transplantation in animals.

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