Carl Franz Moeli (10 May 1849 – 4 November 1919) was a German neurologist and psychiatrist born in Kassel. He studied medicine in Marburg, Würzburg and Leipzig followed by work as an assistant at clinics in Rostock and Munich. In 1880 he became an assistant to Carl Westphal (1833–1890) in the psychiatric clinic at the Berlin-Charité. At the Charité he performed anatomical studies of the optic nerve, research involving the pupillary reaction of mental patients, the effects of syphilis on the brain, and clinical studies of alcoholism. In 1883 he received his habilitation for psychiatry, and during the following year worked as an assistant medical director at the Städtische Irrenanstalt Dalldorf in Berlin.

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  • Carl Franz Moeli (Karl Moeli, * 10. Mai 1849 in Kassel; † 4. November 1919 in Berlin) war ein deutscher Psychiater und Neurologe. Zwischen 1893 und 1914 leitete er die Berliner Irrenanstalt Herzberge. (de)
  • Carl Franz Moeli (ur. 10 maja 1849 w Cassel, zm. 4 listopada 1919 w Berlinie) – niemiecki lekarz psychiatra. (pl)
  • Carl Franz Moeli (10 May 1849 – 4 November 1919) was a German neurologist and psychiatrist born in Kassel. He studied medicine in Marburg, Würzburg and Leipzig followed by work as an assistant at clinics in Rostock and Munich. In 1880 he became an assistant to Carl Westphal (1833–1890) in the psychiatric clinic at the Berlin-Charité. At the Charité he performed anatomical studies of the optic nerve, research involving the pupillary reaction of mental patients, the effects of syphilis on the brain, and clinical studies of alcoholism. In 1883 he received his habilitation for psychiatry, and during the following year worked as an assistant medical director at the Städtische Irrenanstalt Dalldorf in Berlin. In 1893 he became the first director of the newly built Irrenanstalt Herzberge, a position he maintained until 1914. Also he played an important role as adviser to the German government in regards to mental health issues. One of Moeli's better known assistants at Herzberge was neurologist Karl Birnbaum (1878–1950). Moeli died on 4 November 1919 in Berlin. He is best remembered for his work in forensic psychiatry. He performed extensive research involving the forensic relationship of alcoholism and alcoholic psychosis. He had particular interest in so-called "degenerative personalities" and associated psychoses. (en)
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  • 1849-5-10
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  • 1919-11-4
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  • A German neurologist and psychiatrist (en)
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  • Carl Franz Moeli (Karl Moeli, * 10. Mai 1849 in Kassel; † 4. November 1919 in Berlin) war ein deutscher Psychiater und Neurologe. Zwischen 1893 und 1914 leitete er die Berliner Irrenanstalt Herzberge. (de)
  • Carl Franz Moeli (ur. 10 maja 1849 w Cassel, zm. 4 listopada 1919 w Berlinie) – niemiecki lekarz psychiatra. (pl)
  • Carl Franz Moeli (10 May 1849 – 4 November 1919) was a German neurologist and psychiatrist born in Kassel. He studied medicine in Marburg, Würzburg and Leipzig followed by work as an assistant at clinics in Rostock and Munich. In 1880 he became an assistant to Carl Westphal (1833–1890) in the psychiatric clinic at the Berlin-Charité. At the Charité he performed anatomical studies of the optic nerve, research involving the pupillary reaction of mental patients, the effects of syphilis on the brain, and clinical studies of alcoholism. In 1883 he received his habilitation for psychiatry, and during the following year worked as an assistant medical director at the Städtische Irrenanstalt Dalldorf in Berlin. (en)
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