Giuseppe Levi (October 14, 1872 – February 3, 1965) was an Italian anatomist and histologist, professor of human anatomy (since 1916) at the universities of Sassari, Palermo and Turin. He was born on October 14, 1872 in Trieste to a Jewish family, Michele Levi and Emma Perugia. He was married to Lidia Tanzi and had five children: Gino, Mario, Alberto, Paola (who became the wife of Adriano Olivetti), and writer Natalia Ginzburg (wife of Leone Ginzburg and mother of Carlo Ginzburg), who described her father's personality in the successful Italian book Lessico famigliare (1963).

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  • È ricordato anche per essere stato maestro dei tre premi Nobel Rita Levi-Montalcini, Renato Dulbecco e Salvador Luria. Sua figlia è la scrittrice Natalia Ginzburg; suo fratello, il critico teatrale Cesare Levi. (it)
  • Giuseppe Levi (* 14. Oktober 1872 in Triest; † 3. Februar 1965 in Turin) war ein italienischer Mediziner. Er stammte aus einer jüdischen Familie. Eine seiner Töchter war Natalia Ginzburg, die Mutter von Carlo Ginzburg, die Giuseppe Levi in ihrem autobiographischen Roman Lessico famigliare (Einaudi 1963) beschrieb. Levi war ab 1916 Professor für Anatomie in Sassari, Palermo und schließlich in Turin. Er befasste sich neben Anatomie mit Histologie und Embryologie und war ein Pionier von in vitro-Studien von Zellkulturen, die er in Italien einführte. Bei seinem Studium des Nervensystems untersuchte er die Plastizität von Ganglion-Zellen des sensorischen Systems. Zu seinen Schülern in Turin zählten die späteren Nobelpreisträger Salvador Luria, Renato Dulbecco und Rita Levi-Montalcini. 1926 wurde er Mitglied der Accademia dei Lincei, 1933 wurde er in die Leopoldina und in die Accademia dei XL gewählt. (de)
  • Giuseppe Levi (October 14, 1872 – February 3, 1965) was an Italian anatomist and histologist, professor of human anatomy (since 1916) at the universities of Sassari, Palermo and Turin. He was born on October 14, 1872 in Trieste to a Jewish family, Michele Levi and Emma Perugia. He was married to Lidia Tanzi and had five children: Gino, Mario, Alberto, Paola (who became the wife of Adriano Olivetti), and writer Natalia Ginzburg (wife of Leone Ginzburg and mother of Carlo Ginzburg), who described her father's personality in the successful Italian book Lessico famigliare (1963). Levi was a pioneer of in vitro studies of cultured cells. He contributed to the study of the nervous system, especially on the plasticity of sensory ganglion cells. While in Turin, he tutored three students who later won the Nobel prize: Salvador Luria, Renato Dulbecco and Rita Levi-Montalcini. He was admitted as a national member of the Accademia Nazionale dei Lincei in 1926. (en)
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  • È ricordato anche per essere stato maestro dei tre premi Nobel Rita Levi-Montalcini, Renato Dulbecco e Salvador Luria. Sua figlia è la scrittrice Natalia Ginzburg; suo fratello, il critico teatrale Cesare Levi. (it)
  • Giuseppe Levi (* 14. Oktober 1872 in Triest; † 3. Februar 1965 in Turin) war ein italienischer Mediziner. Er stammte aus einer jüdischen Familie. Eine seiner Töchter war Natalia Ginzburg, die Mutter von Carlo Ginzburg, die Giuseppe Levi in ihrem autobiographischen Roman Lessico famigliare (Einaudi 1963) beschrieb. Levi war ab 1916 Professor für Anatomie in Sassari, Palermo und schließlich in Turin. Zu seinen Schülern in Turin zählten die späteren Nobelpreisträger Salvador Luria, Renato Dulbecco und Rita Levi-Montalcini. (de)
  • Giuseppe Levi (October 14, 1872 – February 3, 1965) was an Italian anatomist and histologist, professor of human anatomy (since 1916) at the universities of Sassari, Palermo and Turin. He was born on October 14, 1872 in Trieste to a Jewish family, Michele Levi and Emma Perugia. He was married to Lidia Tanzi and had five children: Gino, Mario, Alberto, Paola (who became the wife of Adriano Olivetti), and writer Natalia Ginzburg (wife of Leone Ginzburg and mother of Carlo Ginzburg), who described her father's personality in the successful Italian book Lessico famigliare (1963). (en)
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