Ernst Weinland (9 March 1869, Hohenwittlingen – 17 October 1932, Urach) was a German physiologist and parasitologist. He studied medicine at the universities of Munich, Tübingen, Berlin and Leipzig. He also studied zoology, and in the process earned a PhD at the University of Berlin. After finishing his medical studies at Leipzig, he worked as an assistant physician in Esslingen and as an assistant in the laboratory of Karl von Voit at the University of Munich. In 1899 he obtained his habilitation for physiology and afterwards became an associate professor at the technical school in Freising. From 1913 to 1932 he was a professor of physiology at the University of Erlangen.
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