Redfield, Alfred C. (Alfred Clarence), 1890-1983

Alfred C. Redfield taught physiology at the Harvard Medical School as an instructor from 1917-1919 and as assistant professor from 1921-1930. In 1931 he was appointed professor of physiology and he began teaching in the Faculty of Arts and Sciences. Redfield was director of the Biological Laboratories at Harvard from 1934-1935. He served as Chairman of the Division of Biology from 1934-1938. He was associate director of the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution from 1942-1956 and was known for his work in oceanography. Redfield became professor of physiology emeritus in 1957. He died in 1983.

From the description of Papers of Alfred Clarence Redfield, ca.1910-1973 (inclusive) (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 77061659


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