Funk, Casimir, 1884-1967

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b. Warsaw, Poland. Studied in Berne, Swizerland. Biochemist, forerunner in the field of nutritional science. Made first formulation of the concept of vitamins. Worked in the U.S. at Cornell Medical Center in New York and Columbia University as well as at H. A. Metz & Co.

From the description of Casimir Funk letter to Mock and Blum [manuscript], 1926 Nov 9. (University of Virginia). WorldCat record id: 278802615

Author and biochemist.

From the description of Casimir Funk papers, 1944-1963. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 166317904

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referencedIn Williams, Robert R., 1886-1965. Robert R. Williams papers, 1911-1981 (bulk 1934-1961). Library of Congress
creatorOf Funk, Casimir, 1884-1967. Casimir Funk papers, 1944-1963. Library of Congress
referencedIn Robert R. Williams Papers, 1911-1981, (bulk 1934-1961) Manuscript Division, Library of Congress
creatorOf Funk, Casimir, 1884-1967. Letter. Smithsonian Institution. Libraries
creatorOf Funk, Casimir, 1884-1967. Casimir Funk letter to Mock and Blum [manuscript], 1926 Nov 9. University of Virginia. Library
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Birth 1884-02-23

Death 1967-01-19

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