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Leo Henry Garland

Leo Henry Garland, Irish physician, educator. Served as commander of The United States Navy Reserve, 1942-1946.; Club: Bohemian (San Francisco).


  • Garland, Leo Henry was born on March 30, 1903 in Dublin, Ireland. Son of John Peter and Mary M. (Martin) Garland.

  • Education

    • Student Belvedere and Castleknock College, 1911-1919. Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery, B.A.O., U. College Medical School, 1924. Graduate study London, England., 1924-1925, San Francisco, 1925-1927.

      Doctor of Medicine, University College Dublin, 1960.


    • Came to the United States, naturalized, 1931. International Richmond and Rotunda hospitals, Dublin, 1924. Radiologist St. Mary’s Hospital, San Francisco, 1927-1929.

      Clinical instructor Stanford, 1929-1932, assistant professor, 1932-1943, clinical professor radiology, 1948-1960. Clinical professor radiology University of California, since 1960. Consultant Armed Forces Institute Pathology, United States Public Health Services, Army, Navy, VA. Chairman committee cancer diagnosis and therapy National Research Council.


    • Author sects. medical books and articles in medical journals.


    Served as commander of The United States Navy Reserve, 1942-1946. Club: Bohemian (San Francisco).


    • Married Edith Isabel Dohrmann, July 6, 1928. Children: Edith M. (Mistress J. Merrifield, Junior.
    • father: John Peter Garland
    • mother: Mary M. (Martin) Garland
    • spouse: Edith Isabel Dohrmann
    • children: Edith M. (Mistress J. Merrifield Garland
    • Jr Garland
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    Born March 30, 1903
    Died October 31, 1966
    (aged 63)