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Privatdocent of Theoretical Physics, remaining there until 1921, except for a period of military service.
In the same year he joined Einstein at the University of Prague and later followed him to the University of Zurich, where he became Privatdocent of Physical Chemistry at the Eidgenössische Technische
Privatdocent for Old Testament exegesis at the University of Munich, and in 1832 he succeeded Pruggmeyr as subregens of the Georgianum.
Privatdocent at Bonn, and in 1830 ordinary professor of medicine.
Halle to remain and qualify as a Privatdocent at a German University.
In 1873 he was recalled from Heidelberg, where he held a post as Privatdocent, to occupy the newly created Chair of Palaeontology in Vienna.