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Projects financed by international institutions

  • International Society for the History of Pharmacy (ISHF) grants. “The Operations of F. Hoffmann-La Roche in Russia from 1896 until 1920”. Director and Executor — Juris Salaks. Duration: 2012-2013

Publications, articles

2013

  • Salaks, J. The early results of the ISHP research fellow grant for 2013: "The operations of F. Hoffmann-La Roche in Russia from 1896 until 1920" // 41-th International Congress for the History of Pharmacy. Paris. 2013.– p.90.
  • Salaks J. Dentestry in Russia: from Chronologic Partioning to the National Museum// In Konstantin Pashkov. Dental science and dentistry in Russia, Riga. 2013. p.7-9
  • Салакс Ю. Латвия, как медиатор медицинских связей между странами СНГ и Европейского Союза (модель Музея истории медицины им. П. Страдыня в Риге) // Тезисы докладов. Международный форум врачей «НОВАЯ ВОЛНА В МЕДИЦИНЕ». 18- 21 июля 2013 года, Рига – Юрмала. Rīga. 2013. -  lpp. 5-6 (elektroniskais izdevums)
  • Салакс Ю. От учебной коллекции хирурга Паула Страдыня до Национального музея истории мировой медицины // Бюллетень НЦССХ им. А.Н. Бакулева РАМН. [Тезисы докладов 19-го Всероссийского съезда сердечно-сосудистых хирургов]– Москва, 2013, Т. 14 (№6) – стр. 277.
  • Салакс Ю. Музей истории медицины имени Паула Страдыня в Рриге как возможная модель национального музея истории медицины России // Бюллетень НЦССХ им. А.Н. Бакулева РАМН. [Тезисы докладов 17-ой ежегодной сессии научного центра сердечно-сосудистой хирургии им. А.Н.Бакулева РАМН]– Москва, 2013, Т. 14 (№3) – стр. 163. ISSN 1810-0694

2012

  • Salaks J. The International Pharmaceutical Industry in the Baltic States from 1920 untill 1940. Paduja, 2012.
  • Salaks J. The role of the Pauls Stradiņš Museum of the history of medicine in Riga in facilitating co-operation among medical museums in Eastern and Western Europe. Viļņa, 2012
  • Libiete I. Brain Studies in University of Latvia between World Wars. Venēcija, 2012
  • Libiete I., Olsena S. Ethical and Legal Aspects of Preserving and Exhibiting Materials about the History of Psychiatry in Museums. Viļņa, 2012
  • Bērziņa, E. Aspects of the Intellectual Accessibility of Exhibitions at the Pauls Stradiņš Museum of the History of Medicine. Viļņa, 2012

2011

  • Salaks, J. The marketing of medications in Post-Soviet Latvia. Michael, Publication series of the Norwegian Medical Society, Oslo, 2011, vol. 8., no. 2., p. 258.—269. ISSN 1504-0658.
  • Salaks, J .Unknown Aspects of the F. Hofmann-La Roche Archives in Riga // 40-th International Congress for the History of Pharmacy. – Berlin. 2011. – pp.69-70.
  • Salaks, J. Exhibition Dedicated to the Bicentenary of Professor Nikolay Ivanovich Pirogov (1810–1881) in the Pauls Stradins Museum of the History of Medicine in Riga. Baltic Journal of European Studies, Tallinn, 2011, vol. 1, no. 1(9), p. 402-406. ISSN 2228-0588
  • Garwood-Govers A., Olsena, S. Respect for the individual: A Human Right in post- mortem use of the Body for Transplantaion. In Weimar W., Bos M.A., Busschbach J.J.V. (Eds.) Organ transplantation: Ethical, Legal. and Psychosocial Aspects. Lengerich: Pabst Science Publishers, 2011. p.148 – 154
  • Lībiete, I. Fighting Schizophrenia: Beginnings of Somatic Treatments in Psychiatry in Riga Sarkankalns Hospital in the 1930s // Baltic Journal of European Studies, Vol 1 (9), Tallina: 2011,p. 257. – 268

2010

  • Salaks, J. Nicolay I. Pirogov and His Time in Surgery in the Pauls Stradins Museum for History of Medicine // 7-th Congress of Baltic Association for Maxillofacial and Plastic Surgery. – Riga. 2010. – p.20.
  • Salaks, J. Exhibition dedicated to the 200-th anniversary of professor Nikolay Ivanovich Pirogov. // Bulletin of European Association of Museums of the History of Medical Sciences. – Nr. 47, 2010 – p.12-13.
  • Salaks, J. The collection of the profesor Nikolay Pirogov at the Pauls Stradiņš Museum of the history of medicine in Riga // Historiae Scientiarum Baltica: Abstracts of the XXIV International Baltic Conference on the History of Science. – Tallinn. 2010. – pp.56-57. ISBN 978-9949-430-39-0

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