The Memorial Museum-Estate of Academician I.P. Pavlov


Russia | Riazan



Ivan Petrovich Pavlov was a Russian physiologist known for his work in classical conditioning. He devoted his life to science. In 1904, Pavlov won the Nobel Prize for Physiology or Medicine and became the first Russian Nobel laureate. He was born during the reign of Nicolas I, and died during Stalin’s regime, having contributed his life to physiology and neurological sciences. One of Pavlov’s dogs is preserved at the Memorial Museum-Estate of Academician I.P. Pavlov in Ryazan, Russia. There, you can learn about Pavlov’s childhood and adult life and scientific path. Visitors can attend various lectures and film demonstrations dedicated to Pavlov’s life and scientific discoveries. Admission prices vary from 30 to 600 rubles depending on the age and tour options. One of Pavlov’s goals was to study the role of nervous system in digestion. He applied a new method to the surgery of digestive system that allowed for conducting extended studies of the animals. An example of Pavlov’s dog is preserved and can be viewed at the K. Timiryazev State Biological Museum in Moscow.

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