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Albert Arnold Clarence Dietz

Albert Arnold Clarence Dietz, American biochemist, educator. Recipient Chicago Clinical Chemist award, 1977.

Background

  • Dietz, Albert Arnold Clarence was born on August 15, 1910 in Port Huron, Michigan, United States. Son of Frederick W. and Sophia (Klenk) Dietz.

  • Education

    • Postgraduate, U. Heidelberg, Germany, summer 1934, University of Michigan, summer 1935. Doctor of Philosophy., Purdue University, 1941. Biochemist Enza-Vita laboratories, Toledo, 1933-1939, United States Rubber Company, Detroit, 1942-1943, Institute Medical.

    Career

    • Research, Toledo Hospital, 1943-1959, Armour and Company, Chicago, 1959-1960. National Defense Research Committee fellow Purdue University, 1941-1942. With Veterans Administration Hospital., Hines, Illinois, from 1960.

      Research assistant professor biochemistry Chicago Medical School, 1962-1969. Associate professor Loyola University Stritch School Medicine, 1969-1974, professor, from 1974.

    Works

    • Contributor articles to professional journals President Toledo Parent-Teachers Association, 1951-1953.

    Membership

    Fellow American Association for the Advancement of Science. Member American Chemical Society (past chairman Toledo section), American Association Clinical Chemists (chairman Chicago section 1969-1971, director 1975-1977, president 1979), New York Academy Sciences, Illinois Academy Science, Council of Scientific Society Presidents (secretary from 1980), Sigma Xi. Club: Torch (president 1963-1964).

    Connections

    • Married Lelah May Johnstone, November 27, 1937. Children: William A.J., Robert J.M. Bachelor of Science, University Toledo, 1932, Master of Science, 1933.
    • father: Frederick W. Dietz
    • mother: Sophia (Klenk) Dietz
    • spouse: Lelah May Johnstone
    • children: William A.J. Dietz
    • Robert J.M. Bachelor of Science Dietz
    • U. Toledo Dietz
    • 1932 Dietz
    • Master of Science Dietz
    • 1933 Dietz
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