Albert Einstein had at least six medical friends who influenced his thoughts.
In each period (Munich, Switzerland, Berlin and Princeton) of his life, one could identify the medically qualified individuals with whom Einstein was in close contact.
These include Max Talmey, Heinrich Zangger, George Nicolai, Hans Mühsam, Janos Plesch and Gustav Bucky.
They probably enriched Einstein's life and thoughts significantly by being mentors, confidants, intellectual sparring partners and research collaborators to him.
With Mühsam, Einstein published a paper in a German medical journal.
In collaboration with Bucky, he also received a US patent for a light-intensity self-adjusting camera in 1936.
Mots-clés Pascal : Biographie, Amitié, Médecin, Albert Einstein
Mots-clés Pascal anglais : Biography, Friendship, Physician
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