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Tom Douglas Spies

Tom Douglas Spies, American physician, educator.


  • Spies, Tom Douglas was born on September 21, 1902 in Revenna, Texas, United States. Son of John Earl and Mary (Love) Spies.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Arts, Univercity Texas, 1923. Doctor of Medicine Harvard, 1927. Doctor of Science (honorary), University of South (Sewanee, Tennessee), 1944.


    • Research Council, 1943. Appointed consultant to Secretary of War on Tropical Medicine Army Medical School, Washington, 1945.


    • Co-author (with Doctor R. R. Williams) Vitamin B1 and Its Use in Medicine, 1938. Also numerous scientific articles to medical journals.


    Fellow American College Physicians, Royal Society Tropical Medicine and Hygiene (England). Member of the American Medical Association, American Association for the Advancement of Science, American Association Pathologists and Bacteriologists, American Institute Nutrition, American Society Clinical Investigation, American Society Experimental Pathology, Association American Physicians, American Society Tropical Medicine, Central Society Clinical Research, Research.


    • father: John Earl Spies
    • mother: Mary (Love) Spies
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    Born September 21, 1902
    Died February 28, 1960
    (aged 57)