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Russell Lowell Holman

Russell Lowell Holman, American physician, educator. Member American Society Study Arteriosclerosis (president 1954), American Society Experimental Pathology (president 1956), American Association Pathologists and Bacteriologists (secretary since 1957), International Academy Pathology, American Society Clinical Pathology.

Background

  • Holman, Russell Lowell was born on January 29, 1907 in Conway, Arkansas, United States. Son of Lloyd Cooper and Maude Della (Freeman) Holman.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Arts, Washington University, 1927. Doctor of Medicine Vanderbilt, 1931.

    Career

    • Assistant pathology U. Rochester, 1931-1933. Instructor pathology Columbia, 1933-1937. Assistant professor to professor pathology U. North Carolina, 1937-1946.

      Professor, head department pathology Louisiana State University School Medicine, pathologist-in-chief Louisiana State University div. Charity Hospital of Louisiana, New Orleans, since 1947. Cons. pathology study section National Institutions Health, 1948-1953.

      Member National Research Council, since 1952, Executive Committee div. medical science, since 1958. Resident consultant Armed Forces Institute Pathology, 1952-1954. President New Orleans Association Retarded Children, 1956-1958.

      Diplomate pathologic anatomy and clinical pathology American Board Pathology.

    Membership

    Member American Society Study Arteriosclerosis (president 1954), American Society Experimental Pathology (president 1956), American Association Pathologists and Bacteriologists (secretary since 1957), International Academy Pathology, American Society Clinical Pathology.

    Connections

    • Married Sara del Valle, August 15, 1938. Children: Russell Lowell, Mary Esther.
    • father: Lloyd Cooper Holman
    • mother: Maude Della (Freeman) Holman
    • spouse: Sara del Valle
    • children: Russell Lowell Holman
    • Mary Esther Holman
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    Born January 29, 1907
    Died March 5, 1960
    (aged 53)
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