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Henrietta H. Aladjem

Henrietta H. Aladjem, Romanian writer. Recipient President's Volunteer Action award, President Ronald Reagan, The White House, 1985, Distinguished Health Communications award, New England chapter American Medical Writers Association, 1992, Harold Swanberg Distinguished Service award, National American Medical Writers Association, 1994, prize for nonfiction article, New England Writer's Conference.

Background

  • Aladjem, Henrietta H. was born on January 21, 1917 in Romania. Arrived in the United States, 1941, naturalized, 1947. Daughter of Alfred and Mina Hirs.

  • Education

    • Student, Harvard University, 1941—1945. Student, Simmons College, 1943—1944. Student, University Sofia.

    Career

    • Founder, member acquisition department Harvard Weidner's Library., Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1941—1945. Writer, from 1972

      Guest lecturer medical schools, Boston. Consultant in field.

    Works

    • A Decade of Lupus
    • This collection of articles conveys not only information that may illuminate previously puzzling aspects of lupus but, equally important the limits of that knowledge.

    Membership

    Member of Lupus Foundation American (co-founder 1972, advisory board, Achievement award various chapters, Distinguished Service award 1986).

    Connections

    • Married Albert T. Aladjem, April 1941 (deceased). Children: Albert T. Junior, Ingrid Winifred Nercesian, Martha Louise Climo.
    • father: Alfred Hirs
    • mother: Mina Hirs
    • spouse: Albert T. Aladjem
    • children: Albert T. Junior Aladjem
    • Ingrid Winifred Nercesian Aladjem
    • Martha Louise Climo Aladjem
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    Born January 21, 1917
    Died October 30, 2005
    (aged 88)
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