History of
  Turbellarian Research
      compiled by Steve Schilling

Sophia Mikhailovna Pereyaslawzewa

full name: Sophia Mikhailovna Pereyaslawzewa
name as it appears in literature list: Pereyaslawzewa S
foreign spelling in taxonomic list:
year of birth: 185?
year of death: 1904
research specialty: turbellarian taxonomy
notes/comments: - Russian marine biologist.
- PhD 1875, University of Zurich.
- Director of the Sevastopol Biological Station, 1881 to 1891.
- Published in French, German and Russian. Explored the Black Sea, Gulf of Naples and coast of France, leading to many publications.
- Received a prize from the Congress of Naturalists in 1893 for her 1892 'Monographie des turbellaries de la Mer Noire.'

Also published as Dr. Sophie Pereyaslawzewa for her papers written in French.

Daughter of a Russian colonel.
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  date author title description link rank
details 1913 H. J. Mozans Woman in Science: With an Introductory Chapter on Woman's Long Struggle for Things of the Mind      
details 1905 Samuel Edson Cassino The Naturalists' Universeral Directory names, address, and special subjects of study, of professional and amateur naturalists in all parts of the world    
details 1995 Lipscomb D Women in Systematics article on women in systematics which includes a paragraph on Sophia Pereyaslawzewa.    
details 2000 Ogilvie MB, Harvey JD The Biographical Dictionary of Women in Science: Pioneering Lives from Ancient Times to the Mid-20th Century