ISSN 2409-5834

Medical education and academic traditions in universities and institutes of European countries through the eyes of professors, teachers and staff of the Imperial Tomsk University (1902–1914)*

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Sergey A. Nekrylov ,Alexey O. Stepnov1, Sergey F. Fominykh


This article analyses reports on trips abroad made by professors, privatdozents, laboratory assistants and prosectors from the Imperial University of Tomsk to European countries in the period from 1902 to 1914. It examines the difficulties they faced on their visits “for research purposes” to Europe. It is emphasised that maintaining contacts with colleagues abroad was one of the key priorities for representatives of the pre-revolutionary academic community in Tomsk

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