Biographical Sketch: Julius Wolff, 1836–1902

April 2010
Clinical Orthopaedics & Related Research;Apr2010, Vol. 468 Issue 4, p1047
Academic Journal
A biography of orthopaedic doctor Julius Wolff is presented. He was born in Märkisch Friedland in West Prussia (Miroslaweic, Poland) in March 1836. Wolff finished his medical degree at Freidrich Wilhelm University in 1860. In 1884, Wolff became a professor extraordinaire. He founded Poliklinik in 1894 and then it became fully integrated into Charité in 1902. He died after suffering a stroke in 1902.


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