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Titus Carr Evans

Titus Carr Evans, American educator, radiobiologist. award distinguished service cancer control 1966), Health Physics Soc.

Background

  • Evans, Titus Carr was born on December 9, 1907 in Lorena, Texas, United States. Son of Charles William and Virginia (Whitsett) Evans.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Arts, Baylor University, 1929. Master of Science, State University Iowa, 1931, Doctor of Philosophy., 1934.

    Career

    • November 1968); children—Titus Carr, Susan Ellen, Lucy Virginia. Married second. Phyllis Allison, August 9, 1971. Assistant professor Texas A. and M. U., 1936-1938.

      Research assistant professor of University Iowa, Iowa City, 1938-1942, research professor radiology and radiobiology, 1948-1975, head Radiation Research Laboratory, 1948-1975. Assistant professor Columbia College Physicians and Surgical, 1942-1948. Consultant, member policy advisory board Argonne (Illinois) National Laboratory, 1964-1968.

    Membership

    Member National Council Radiation Protection, Society Nuclear Medicine (past president), Radiation Research Society, Society Nuclear Medicine, Biophysics Society, American Physiological Society, American Roentgen Ray Society, Radiological Society North America, Cancer Research Society, Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine, American Society Zoology, American Cancer Society (president Iowa 1965.

    Connections

    • Married Mertie Ellen Jahnke, June 1, 1935 (deceased.; married second.; children: Titus Carr, Susan Ellen, Lucy Virginia.
    • father: Charles William Evans
    • mother: Virginia (Whitsett) Evans
    • spouses: Mertie Ellen Jahnke
    • 2d.
    • children: Titus Carr Evans
    • Susan Ellen Evans
    • Lucy Virginia Evans
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    Born December 9, 1907
    Died April 8, 1975
    (aged 67)
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