Laboratory disease tells the story of german bacteriology between 1840 and 1910 by investigating the science as constructed by robert koch the book examines kochs life in episodes in order to examine the process by which the science of bacteriology developed the first section situates bacteriology in a longer history of pathology and botany and gradmann starts as he means to go on this is . Robert koch was a german doctor who did a lot of work in the field of microbiology he was very successful in his work and was awarded the nobel prize in 1905 for his work and research on the . In studying the dynamic interplay of laboratory practice and biographical details of robert kochs life such as personal style creativity passions and foibles historian of medicine christopher gradmann pursues a question that historians have little explored he investigates the internal effects of kochs external public achievements. Robert koch german physician and one of the founders of bacteriology he discovered the anthrax disease cycle 1876 and the bacteria responsible for tuberculosis 1882 and cholera 1883 for his discoveries in regard to tuberculosis he received the nobel prize for physiology or medicine in
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