George Rosen papers, 1912-1978 (inclusive).
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George Rosen was born in New York City in 1910. After attending City College he went to Humboldt University in Berlin for his M.D. (1935). In 1953 he left medical practice to become a professor of health education at Columbia University's School of Health and Administrative Medicine. Throughout his working career he studied and authored numerous articles and books, including A History of Public Health (1958). Rosen also served as editor of the American Journal of Public Health. From ...
John Farquhar Fulton was born in St. Paul, Minnesota on November 1, 1899. He received B.S. and M.D. degrees from Harvard, and a M.A. and D. Phil. from Oxford. He was appointed Sterling Professor of Physiology at Yale in 1929 and in 1951 became the first Sterling professor of the history of medicine. During World War II, Fulton served on the National Research Council. He was an authority on comparative physiology of the primate brain, neurophysiology, aviation medicine, and medical history. He co...
Public health specialist. From the description of Reminiscences of Isidore Sydney Falk : oral history, 1963. (Columbia University In the City of New York). WorldCat record id: 122481519 Isidore Sydney Falk, bacteriologist, public health medical economist, and social security expert, received his Ph.B. from Yale in 1920, and his Ph.D. in 1923. Falk was a professor of bacteriology at the University of Chicago from 1923-1929; a research associate at the Milbank Memorial Fund fr...
Milton Roemer was born in Paterson, NJ, March 24, 1916. He received his BA from Cornell University (1936), his MD from New York University (1940), and an MPH from the University of Michigan (1943). He interned at Barnert Memorial Hospital, in Paterson (1940-1941), was with the New Jersey Health Department from 1941 and 1942, and from 1943 to 1948 with the U. S. Public Health Service in Washington, DC. Dr. Roemer served as a member of the faculty of Yale University Medical School from 1949 to 195...
King earned his Harvard AB in 1927. From the description of Student papers, 1923-1928. (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 77075644 ...
John Rodman Paul was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, on April 18, 1893. He earned his bachelor's degree from Princeton University in 1915 and his M.D. degree from Johns Hopkins University in 1919. He came to the Yale School of Medicine in 1928 as assistant professor. Paul studied infectious diseases and was particularly known for his work on poliomyelitis, as well as for the epidemiology of mononucleosis and hepatitis. He also developed the concept of clinical epidemiology. Paul died on May ...
Dr. Owen H. Wangensteen was professor and chairman of the Dept. of Surgery at the University of Minnesota School of Medicine, and Surgeon-in-Chief of the University of Minnesota Hospitals. From the description of Papers, 1941-1949. (University of Minnesota, Minneapolis). WorldCat record id: 63314515 ...
Antiquarian book dealer based in New York with close ties to Duke University physician and collector Dr. Josiah Trent; Schuman died in 1962 at the age of 63. From the description of Henry Schuman papers, circa 1930-1990s. (Duke University Library). WorldCat record id: 779966825 Henry and Ida Schuman began their antiquarian book business in Detroit in the 1930s, and soon moved to New York City where they established their well-known business on 20 East 70th Street and later a...
Gregory Zilboorg was a psychoanalyst and historian of psychiatry whose writings and lectures situated psychiatry within a broad sociological and humanistic context. Zilboorg emigrated to the United States in 1919 and for a time translated plays from Russian to English while studying medicine at Columbia University. After graduating in 1926, he worked at the Bloomingdale Hospital and eventually established a psychoanalitic practice in New York City. From the 1930s onward, Zilboorg wrote books on ...
The American Public Health Association was founded in 1872 as a professional organization of physicians, nurses, educators, sanitary engineers, environmentalists, social workers, optometrists, podiatrists, pharmacists, dentists, hygienists, and other community health specialists. In pursuit of its goal of protecting and promoting personal and environmental health, the APHA offers services including the promulgation of standards, the establishment of uniform practices and procedures, development ...
Born in 1915, Leslie A. Falk attend Oxford University as a Rhodes scholar and obtained his medical degree from Johns Hopkins University. He was a member of the Medical Committee for Human Rights and served as its first field secretary in Mississippi. After a medical career in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, and Nashville, Tennessee, he studied African-American history in his retirement. From the description of Falk (Leslie A.) African American history research collection, 1842-1999. (Unive...
Henry E. Sigerist was born in Paris, France in 1891. He studied in Europe, served in the Swiss Army Corps, and received his M.D. from the University of Zurich in 1917. He was lecturer and professor of history of medicine at Zurich (1921-1924) and the University of Leipzig (1925-1932). He then served as professor and director of the Institute of the History of Medicine at Johns Hopkins University (1932-1947), before becoming a research associate at Yale University (1947-1957). Sigerist published ...
Shryock was a member of the Dept. of History at Duke University. From the description of Papers, 1927-1971 (bulk 1927-1931). (Duke University Library). WorldCat record id: 231410108 Richard Harrison Shryock was a medical historian and was Librarian of the American Philosophical Society from 1958 to 1965. From the description of Papers, [ca. 1918-1972]. (American Philosophical Society Library). WorldCat record id: 122489498 From the guide to the National ...
Dr. Jarcho's principle fields of interest include internal medicine and medical history. He was president of the American Association of the History of Medicine, 1968-70, and a member of NLM's Board of Regents, 1961-65. From the guide to the Dr. Saul Jarcho papers, (History of Medicine Division. National Library of Medicine) Dr. Jarcho's principal fields of interest include internal medicine and medical history, with a Master of Arts degree in Latin Literature from Columbia ...
Madeline Earle Stanton was born on June 9, 1898, in Canton, Massachusetts. After receiving her B.A. degree from Smith College in 1919, she was secretary to Agide Jacchia, conductor of the Boston Pops Orchestra. Beginning in 1920, Stanton worked with Dr. Harvey Cushing at the Peter Bent Brigham Hospital in Boston and later at the Yale School of Medicine. After Cushing's death in 1939, Stanton collaborated with Yale Professor John Fulton on bibliographic works on Michael Servetus and Robert Boyle....