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Edward Alfred Gall

Edward Alfred Gall, American educator, physician. Decorated grand officer Order Daniel Carrion (Peru); recipient Isadore Dyer medal Tulane University, 1931; Townsend Harris medal College City New York, 1968; E.T. Bell Memorial medal University of Minnesota, 1975; fellow U. Cincinnati, 1970.

Background

  • Gall, Edward Alfred was born on June 10, 1906 in New York City. Son of Julius and Eva (Fleischl) Gall.

  • Education

    • Student College City New York, 1923-1927. Doctor of Medicine Tulane University, 1931.

    Career

    • Intern Sydenham Hospital, New York City, 1931-1933. District physician Boston Dispensary, 1933-1935. Resident, assistant pathologist Massachusetts General Hospital, 1935-1940.

      Director labs. Bethesda Hospital, Cincinnati, 1941-1948, Cincinnati General Hospital, 1948-1971. Assistant medicine, instructor pathology Tufts Medical School, 1933-1940. Instructor pathology Harvard Medical School, 1940-1941.

      Assistant and associate professor pathology U. Cincinnati, 1941-1948, Mary M. Emery professor pathology, 1948-1971, professor emeritus, 1976-1979, vice-president, director Medical Center, 1970-1974, vice-president, director emeritus, 1976-1979, distinguished service professor pathology, 1974-1979. Cons. Armed Forces Institute Pathology, VA, Daniel Drake, Dunham, Children’s hospitals.

    Works

    • Associate editor American Journal Clinical Pathology, 1949-1957. Editor-in-chief American Journal Pathology, 1957-1966.

    Membership

    Member American Association Pathologists and Bacteriologists (president 1963-1964), Sociedad Peruana de Anatomiá Patalógica (honorary), International Academy Pathology (executive council 1962-1965, president 1969-1970), American Society Experimental Pathology, Society Experimental Biology and Medicine, American Society Clinical Pathologists (director 1962-1968, Ward Burdick medal 1976), Central Society Clinical Research, Japanese American Society Pathologists Tokyo (honorary), Arthur Purdy Stout Society Surgical Pathologists (honorary 1978), American Association for Cancer Education (president 1971-1972), American Federation Clinical Oncologic Socs. (president 1973-1974), Pan-American Medical Association (president section on general pathology), National Board Medical Examiners, Council Foreign Medical Graduates, Sigma Xi, Alpha Omega Alpha.

    Connections

    • Married Phyllis H. Rivard, September 17, 1933. Children: Eric Papineau, Thomas Monroe.
    • father: Julius Gall
    • mother: Eva (Fleischl) Gall
    • spouse: Phyllis H. Rivard
    • children: Eric Papineau Gall
    • Thomas Monroe Gall
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    Born June 10, 1906
    Died January 31, 1979
    (aged 72)
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