| Soviet Union|
| Alexander Bogomolets|
| Novorossiysky University|
President of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine (1930–1946)
July 19, 1946, Kiev, Ukraine
Alexander M. Bogomolets, Sofija Nikolaevna Bogomolec
Hero of Socialist Labour (4 February 1944) – for outstanding achievements in science, to create valuable products for the treatment of wounds and bone fractures
Two Orders of Lenin
Order of the Patriotic War, 1st class
Order of the Red Banner of Labour
Medal "For Valiant Labour in the Great Patriotic War 1941-1945"
The Prolongation of Life, by Alexander A. Bogomolets. Translated by Peter V. Karpovich, M.D., and Sonia Bleeker, Bogomolets, O. O. (Oleksandr Oleksandrovych), 1881–1946, New York, Essential Books, Duell, Sloan & Pearce, Inc. 
Alexander A. Bogomolets Wikipedia
Alexander Alexandrovich Bogomolets (Russian: aleksándr aleksándrovich Bogomólets, Ukrainian: Oleksándr Oleksándrovich Bogomólets'/Oleksandr Oleksandrovych Bohomolets; 24 May 1881 – 19 July 1946) was a Ukrainian pathophysiologist.
His father was the physician and revolutionary Alexander M. Bogomolets (1850–1935).
He was president of the Academy of Sciences of Ukraine and director of the Institute of Physiology in Kiev. His laboratories were located in Georgia, where he had a permanent research unit attached to the Academy of Sciences (1937). This was made possible by Stalin, who wanted members of the Experimental Institute to study the extension of life expectancy. He developed antireticular cytotoxic serum.