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Allan Hemingway

Allan Hemingway, British physiologist, biophysicist. Served as major United States Army Air Force, 1943-1945; Member American Physiological Society, American Physical Society, American Chemical Society, Society Experimental Biology and Medicine, American Association University Professors, Sigma Xi, Gamma Alpha, Phi Beta Pi.

Background

  • Hemingway, Allan was born on January 25, 1902 in Leeds, England. Son of Arthur and Eleanor (Eastwood) Hemingway.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Arts, University B.C., 1925. Doctor of Philosophy, University Minnesota, 1929. Sterling fellow, Yale, 1936-1937.

    Career

    • 1 daughter, Eleanor; married second Claire Conklin Carr, July 5, 1951. Instructor, assistant professor physiological chemistry University of Minnesota, 1930-1936, assistant professor, associate professor physiology, 1936-1948, professor physiology 1948-1951. Professor physiology Medical School, University of California at Los Angeles, 1951-1972.

      Chief cardiopulmonary laboratory San Fernando Veterans Administration Hospital. (California).

    Works

    • Contributor articles to physiological and biochemistry journals.

    Membership

    Served as major United States Army Air Force, 1943-1945. Member American Physiological Society, American Physical Society, American Chemical Society, Society Experimental Biology and Medicine, American Association University Professors, Sigma Xi, Gamma Alpha, Phi Beta Pi.

    Connections

    • Married Gayle Shirey, November 9, 1929, (deceased).; married second Claire Conklin Carr, July 5, 1951.
    • father: Arthur Hemingway
    • mother: Eleanor (Eastwood) Hemingway
    • spouses: Gayle Shirey
    • 2d Claire Conklin Carr
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    Born January 25, 1902
    Died April 22, 1972
    (aged 70)
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