Paul Ehrlich Birthday (May 29th)

Paul Ehrlich Birthday (May 29th)

Paul Ehrlich was the great German scientist who is remembered for the great work he did in the filed of physiology and medicine. He contributed his life in the field of medicine and he made many astonishing reveleation, which really made the world astonished. However he is remembered for his works immunology and hematology and chemotherapy. Paul was born in a Jewish family Strehlen in the Prussian province of Silesia now in Poland. Paul has a great interest in straining microscopic tissues.  He got married to Hedwig Pinkus in the year 1883. From the marriage Paul had two daughters named Stephanieand Marianne. After getting setteled he joined the Institute for Infectious Diseases in Berlininb the year on the call of Robert Koch. He also workd on diptherioa serum after getting recovered from the tuberculosis in Egypt.

Paul Ehrlich is the only person who has given the vredit for maing the brain blood barrier come into light. However the research of his has laid many great impacts in the medicinal field. His worls has; lead many revolutionary discoveries in the filed of medicine. He is laid responsiblef or the discovery of the great magic bullet which is the key attrcating feature of his life. The magic bullet is the term given by him for the cure of the syphillis. Which is considerd to be as the graet disastarous disease at that time? The illumination of bloo-brain barrier astonished the whole of the medicinal studies of that time. A movie was also made depictine his life time which was also named as magic bullet. Rthis shoews his relevance and importance in the field of the medicine.

Paul Ehrlich also got many prizes for his noble deeds in the field of medicine some of his life.In The year 1887 he was awarded as Tiedemann prize Senckenberg Naturforschende Gesellschaft at Frankfurt/Main, in 1906 the Prize of Honour at the XVth International Congrees of Lisbon, in 1911 the Liebig Medal of the German Chemical Society, and in 1914 the Cameron Prize of Edinburgh. In 1908 Paul shared with Metchnikoff the highest Scientific distinction, the Nobel Prize. These were the awards which Paul received for his Noble doings.