- (1836-1909)Italian crimi-nologist. Born in Verona to a distinguished Jewish family, he studied at the Universty of Turin as well as in Padua, Paris and Vienna. During the 1859 war he was a physician in the army. He became professor of psychiatry and medical jurisprudence at Turin. His works include The Criminal Man and The Man of Genius.
Dictionary of Jewish Biography. Dan Cohn-Sherbok.