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Dan Hampton Campbell

Dan Hampton Campbell, American scientist, educator.


  • Campbell, Dan Hampton was born on January 18, 1907 in Freemont, Ohio, United States. Son of Ralph and Edna Catherine (Moses) Campbell.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Arts, Wabash College, 1930, Doctor of Science, 1960. Master of Science, Washington University, St. Louis, 1932. Doctor of Philosophy, University Chicago, 1935.


    • 1 son, John Hampton. Instructor comparative anatomy and embryology, Washington University, r 1930-1933. Research fellow University of Chicago, 1933-1937, instructor bacteriology and immunology, 1937-1939, assistant professor immunology, 1940-1942. Assistant professor immunochemistry California Institute Technology, 1942-1945, associate professor, 1945-1950, professor immunochemistry 1950.


    • Author: Principles of Immunology, 1957. Co-author Methods in Immunology, 1963, 70. Advisory editor Journal Infectious Diseases, 1941-1948.

      Associate editor Journal of Immunology, 1953-1958, member editorial board, 1960. Chairman editorial board Immunochemistry, 1964-1974. Contributor articles to professional journals.


    Member research advisory board City of Hope Medical Center, 1952-1960, National Nephrosis Foundation, 1954-1958, Los Angeles Children’s Hospital, 1955-1957. Member Committee Advanced Advanced Science Training, 1957-1974. Member science advisory council St. Jude Hospital.

    Member science advisory board Hastings Foundation, Chairman of the Board for research and development. Fellow Rockefeller Foundation Ednl. Board, 1940-1941.; Fellow New York Academy Science, American Academy Allergy (honorary.

    Member American Association Immunologists (council midwinter conference.


    • Married Margaret Kathryn Dorr, May 12, 1930.
    • father: Ralph Campbell
    • mother: Edna Catherine (Moses) Campbell
    • spouse: Margaret Kathryn Dorr
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    Born January 18, 1907
    Died September 16, 1974
    (aged 67)