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Frank Hartsuff Bethell

Frank Hartsuff Bethell, American physician, educator. Recipient Henry Russel award by University of Michigan, 1939. Fellow American College of Physicians; member of the American Medical Association, Association American Physicians, American Society Clinical Investigation, American Society Experimental Pathology, International Hematology Society, Central Society Clinical Research.

Background

  • Bethell, Frank Hartsuff was born on April 11, 1903 in New York City. Son of Frank Hopkins and Florence (Hartsuff) Bethell.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Arts, Princeton, 1925. Graduate study Cambridge (England) University, 1925-1927. Doctor of Medicine Johns Hopkins, 1929.

    Career

    • Intern, resident Mechanical Engineering Hospital, Brooklyn, 1929-1931. Instructor University of Michigan, 1931-1936, assistant professor, 1936-1943. associate professor, 1943-1948, professor of internal medicine, since 1948. Director of The Thomas Henry Simpson Memorial Institute for Medical Research.

    Membership

    Fellow American College of Physicians. Member of the American Medical Association, Association American Physicians, American Society Clinical Investigation, American Society Experimental Pathology, International Hematology Society, Central Society Clinical Research.

    Connections

    • Married Margaret Krieger, November 11, 1930. Children: Elaine Hartsuff, David Krieger.
    • father: Frank Hopkins Bethell
    • mother: Florence (Hartsuff) Bethell
    • spouse: Margaret Krieger
    • children: Elaine Hartsuff Bethell
    • David Krieger Bethell
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    Born April 11, 1903
    Died April 21, 1959
    (aged 56)
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