Rhoda Erdmann (5 December 1870 – 23 August 1935) was a German cell biologist. She was born in Hersfeld and received a PhD in biology at Munich in 1908. In 1913, she became a research fellow at Yale University; from 1915 to 1918, she was a member of the faculty there. As a German citizen, she lost this position during World War I and returned to Germany in 1919. She established the Institute of Experimental Cytology at Berlin University and served as its director. Erdmann also founded the periodical Archiv für experimentelle Zellforschung in 1925 and served as its editor. She also helped establish the International Society for Experimental Cytology, serving as its general secretary. When the Nazis came to power in 1933, she was banned from laboratory work.

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  • Rhoda Erdmann (* 5. Dezember 1870 in Hersfeld (Hessen-Nassau); † 23. August 1935 in Berlin) war eine deutsche Biologin und Zellforscherin. Sie gilt als Mitbegründerin der experimentellen Zellbiologie in Deutschland. (de)
  • Rhoda Erdmann (5 December 1870 – 23 August 1935) was a German cell biologist. She was born in Hersfeld and received a PhD in biology at Munich in 1908. In 1913, she became a research fellow at Yale University; from 1915 to 1918, she was a member of the faculty there. As a German citizen, she lost this position during World War I and returned to Germany in 1919. She established the Institute of Experimental Cytology at Berlin University and served as its director. Erdmann also founded the periodical Archiv für experimentelle Zellforschung in 1925 and served as its editor. She also helped establish the International Society for Experimental Cytology, serving as its general secretary. When the Nazis came to power in 1933, she was banned from laboratory work. Erdmann died in Berlin at the age of 64. (en)
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  • Rhoda Erdmann (* 5. Dezember 1870 in Hersfeld (Hessen-Nassau); † 23. August 1935 in Berlin) war eine deutsche Biologin und Zellforscherin. Sie gilt als Mitbegründerin der experimentellen Zellbiologie in Deutschland. (de)
  • Rhoda Erdmann (5 December 1870 – 23 August 1935) was a German cell biologist. She was born in Hersfeld and received a PhD in biology at Munich in 1908. In 1913, she became a research fellow at Yale University; from 1915 to 1918, she was a member of the faculty there. As a German citizen, she lost this position during World War I and returned to Germany in 1919. She established the Institute of Experimental Cytology at Berlin University and served as its director. Erdmann also founded the periodical Archiv für experimentelle Zellforschung in 1925 and served as its editor. She also helped establish the International Society for Experimental Cytology, serving as its general secretary. When the Nazis came to power in 1933, she was banned from laboratory work. (en)
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