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Jere Michael Boyer

Jere Michael Boyer, American microbiology educator. Fellow American Academy Microbiology, American Society Microbiology; member Society Industrial Microbiology, Medical Mycology Society of America; Lodge: Knights of Columbus.

Background

  • Boyer, Jere Michael was born on February 24, 1946 in Lebanon, Pennsylvania, United States. Son of Carl William and June Elizabeth (Arnold) Boyer.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Science, University Scranton, 1968. Master of Arts, Millersville State College, 1971. Doctor of Philosophy., St. John's University, 1975.

      Diplomate American Board Bioanalysis. From instructor to associate professor Philadelphia College Osteopathic Medicine, 1974-1984, professor microbiology, vice chairman, 1984-1986. Director research, Aultman Hospital, Canton, Ohio, since 1987.

      Professor microbiology North Eastern Ohio University College Medicine, since 1987. Consultant Smith, Kline & French, Philadelphia, since 1980.

    Career

    • Professor microbiology North Eastern Ohio University College Medicine, since 1987. Contributor articles to professional journals.

    Works

    • Contributor articles to professional journals. Grantee American Osteopathic Association, 1984-1986, Advanced Technology Center Philadelphia, 1984-1986, National Osteopathic Foundation, 1984-1986, Smith, Kline & French, 1984-1986.

    Politics

    Party affiliation: Republican

    Religion

    Denomination: Roman Catholic

    Membership

    Fellow American Academy Microbiology, American Society Microbiology. Member Society Industrial Microbiology, Medical Mycology Society of America. Lodge: Knights of Columbus.

    Connections

    • Married Charlotte Yvonne Bailey, September 16, 1971. Children– Kristin, Aimee, Susanna.
    • father: Carl William Boyer
    • mother: June Elizabeth (Arnold) Boyer
    • spouse: Charlotte Yvonne Bailey
    • children: Kristin Boyer
    • Aimee Boyer
    • Susanna Boyer
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    Born February 24, 1946
    (age 71)
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