Andreas Vesalius was born on 31st December 1514, Netherlands and died on 15th October 1564, Zakynthos.
Vesalius' most famous literary work is the book on human anatomy, named 'On the Fabric of the Human Body'.
Andreas Vesalius was offered the position of head of Surgery and Anatomy at Padua, immediately after his graduation from the University of Padua.
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