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Joseph Ephraim Frank Riseman

Joseph Ephraim Frank Riseman, American cardiologist, educator. Member American Medical Association, American Heart Association (fellow council on clinical cardiology), Law-Science Academy American (associate), American Society Clinical Investigation, New England Heart Association, Massachusetts Medical Society Peruvian Society Cardiology, Phi Delta Epsilon.

Background

  • Riseman, Joseph Ephraim Frank was born on August 31, 1903 in Boston, Massachusetts, United States. Son of Joel and Rose (Berger) Riseman.

  • Education

    • Student Tufts College, 1921. Bachelor of Science, Harvard, 1924, Doctor of Medicine 1929.

    Career

    • House officer in medicine Beth Israel Hospital, Boston, 1929-1931, resident in medicine, 1931-1933, associate in research, 1933-1964, assistant in medicine, 1933-1937, assistant visiting physician, 1936-1937, associate visiting physician, 1938-1946, visiting physician, 1946-1965, physician, 1965-1971. Practice medicine specializing cardiology, Boston, 1933-1971. Consultant in cardiology Heywood Memorial Hospital, Gardner, Massachusetts, from 1943, Athol (Massachusetts) Memorial Hospital, from 1950, Groton (Massachusetts) Community Hospital, from 1954, Marlboro (Massachusetts Hospital, from 1955.

      Teaching fellow in medicine, Harvard Medical School, Boston, 1931-1932, assistant in medicine, 1932-1937, instructor, 1937-1943, associate, 1943-1949, clinical associate, 1949-1952, assistant clinical professor medicine, 1952-1970. Teaching fellow in medicine Tufts U. Medical School, Boston, 1932-1934, assistant in medicine, 1932-1938, instructor, 1938-1954, clinical instructor, 1954-1956. Special examiner Massachusetts Board Industrial Accidents, 1951.

      Monthly columnist Electrocardiogram Clinic in Medical Counterpoint, 1969-1974. Lecturer to medical groups throughout United States and South America Diplomate American Board Internal Medicine.

    Works

    • Author: P-Q-R-S-T, 5 edits., 1944-1968. (with Elliot L. Sagall) Cardiac Arrhythmias, 1963, Electrocardiogram Clinics, 1958. Directions in Cardiovascular Medicine, 1973, 74.

      Contributor articles to professional journals Research on angina pectoris. Developer Riseman oxygen analyzer, drug theosodate.

    Politics

    Party affiliation: Republican

    Religion

    Denomination: Judaism

    Membership

    Member American Medical Association, American Heart Association (fellow council on clinical cardiology), Law-Science Academy American (associate), American Society Clinical Investigation, New England Heart Association, Massachusetts Medical Society Peruvian Society Cardiology, Phi Delta Epsilon.

    Connections

    • Married Rose Cooper, December 20, 1927. Children: Barbara (Mistress.
    • father: Joel Riseman
    • mother: Rose (Berger) Riseman
    • spouse: Rose Cooper
    • child: Barbara (Mrs Riseman
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    Born August 31, 1903
    Died January 5, 1974
    (aged 70)
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