Heinrich Schiess-Gemuseus, name sometimes given as Heinrich Schiess (3 January 1833, in Heiden – 12 September 1914) was a Swiss ophthalmologist. He studied medicine at the universities of Basel, Würzburg, Munich and Vienna, where he learned ophthalmology as a pupil of Eduard Jäger von Jaxtthal and Karl Stellwag von Carion. In 1858, by way of an invitation from Albrecht von Graefe, he traveled to Berlin, where he studied under pathologist Rudolf Virchow. In 1864 he obtained his habilitation at Basel, and during the same year, opened a private eye hospital. In 1867 he became an associate professor at the university, followed by a full professorship nine years later.

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  • Heinrich Schiess-Gemuseus, name sometimes given as Heinrich Schiess (3 January 1833, in Heiden – 12 September 1914) was a Swiss ophthalmologist. He studied medicine at the universities of Basel, Würzburg, Munich and Vienna, where he learned ophthalmology as a pupil of Eduard Jäger von Jaxtthal and Karl Stellwag von Carion. In 1858, by way of an invitation from Albrecht von Graefe, he traveled to Berlin, where he studied under pathologist Rudolf Virchow. In 1864 he obtained his habilitation at Basel, and during the same year, opened a private eye hospital. In 1867 he became an associate professor at the university, followed by a full professorship nine years later. He specialized in ocular histopathology, and was the author of around 64 papers on clinical and histopathological subjects. At Basel, he was notably the eye doctor of Friedrich Nietzsche. (en)
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  • Heinrich Schiess-Gemuseus, name sometimes given as Heinrich Schiess (3 January 1833, in Heiden – 12 September 1914) was a Swiss ophthalmologist. He studied medicine at the universities of Basel, Würzburg, Munich and Vienna, where he learned ophthalmology as a pupil of Eduard Jäger von Jaxtthal and Karl Stellwag von Carion. In 1858, by way of an invitation from Albrecht von Graefe, he traveled to Berlin, where he studied under pathologist Rudolf Virchow. In 1864 he obtained his habilitation at Basel, and during the same year, opened a private eye hospital. In 1867 he became an associate professor at the university, followed by a full professorship nine years later. (en)
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