Alexander Alexandrovich Bogomolets (24.05.1881, Kiev, Ukraine – 19.07.1946) – biologist, pathophysiologist. Academician (1933), Academician of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine (1929), Academy of Sciences of the USSR (1932), Academy of Medical Sciences of the USSR (1944), Doctor of Medical Sciences (1909), Professor (1911). Hero of Socialist Labor (1944). Honored Scientist of the RSFSR (1935), Honored Scientist of the Ukrainian SSR (1943).
Scientific works on pathological physiology, endocrinology, autonomic nervous system, oncology and connective tissue pathology, longevity problems. He developed an effective method of affecting the connective tissue with antireticular cytotoxic serum, used to accelerate the processes of healing of fractures and healing of damaged soft tissues. Initiator and manager of blood conservation.
In 1946, the Kiev Medical Institute was named after A.A. Bogomolets (since 1995 - National Medical University named after A. Bogomolets).
Author of more than 100 scientific papers.
State Prize of the USSR (1941) for the scientific work "Guide to Pathological Physiology" in 3 tons, developed under his leadership and published in 1935–1937.
Awarded with the Order of Lenin (1940, 1944), the Red Banner of Labor (1944), World War of the I degree (1945), medals.