Jerzy Konorski poster

IN MEMORY OF JERZY KONORSKI

THE FOUNDER OF THE DEPARTMENT
OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
AT THE NENCKI INSTITUTE

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Photographs


ALL PHOTOGRAPHS WERE TAKEN BETWEEN 1960-1970

J. Konorski in his office
Photo by M. Holzman
Left to right: I. Łukaszewska, I. Divac, W. Ławicka, M.A. Mosidze, J. Konorski, G. Santibánez-H., E. Fonberg, B. Srebro, B. Dreher
Photo by R. Tarnecki
J. Konorski with M. Mishkin at the Nencki lecture room
Photo by R. Tarnecki
Seated, left to right: S. Brutkowski, H.E. Rosvold, J. Konorski, Z. Afelt. Standing, left to right: H. Chorążyna, S. Sołtysik, E. Jankowska, E. Fonberg, I. Łukaszewska, K. Zieliński. B. Żernicki, T. Górska, J. Dąbrowska
Photo by R. Tarnecki
G. Santibánez-H. with J. Konorski at the Nencki lecture room
Photo by R. Tarnecki
I. Divac with J. Konorski at the Nencki lecture room
Photo by R. Tarnecki
At the main entrance to Nencki Institute. Left to right: I. Divac, L. Stępień, W. Ławicka J. Konorski, M.A. Mosidze
J. Konorski with J. Nehru
Photo by Rekha Photos
J. Konorski with E.A. Asratyan. In the back, P. Korda
Photo by R. Tarnecki
Staff psychiatrists of the Tworki Psychiatric Hospital, where Jerzy Konorski worked in 1930. The first row, from the left: dr Wanda Bobrowska, dr Józef Handelsman, dr Jerzy Konorski, dr Edward Steffen - senior, dr Janina Pietrasiewicz and prof. Witold Łuniewski, Medical Director of the Hospital from 1919-1940. II row: dr Wanda Bernasiewicz, dr Włodzimierz Bernasiewicz, dr Stanisław Deresz, dr Czesław Nowicki, dr Niemirowicz-Szczytt, dr Zygmund Messing.
Photo: W. Sarnat. Source: Adamska U., Śliwicka A. Szpital Psychiatryczny Tworki 1891-1991. Warszawa 1989, PZWL.
Staff psychiatrists of the Tworki Hospital in 1930. The Psychiatric Hospital in Tworki was the largests and the most modern hospital of the turn of the XIX and XX Century in Poland, first under the administration of Polish and Russian staff and after Poland reclaimed independence, it became administered by Polish psychiatrists. In a period of 1920-1937, the hospital could host 1500 patients and was known for the use of the newest modern equipment and therapeutical tools.
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