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Irving Hyman

Irving Hyman, American neurologist, educator. Served lieutenant colonel, Military Cross, Australia, 1942-1945.; Fellow American Psychiatric Association; member of American Association for the Advancement of Science, American Association Research Nervous and Mental Disease, American Academy Neurology, Eastern Association Electroencephalographers.

Background

  • Hyman, Irving was born on August 12, 1908 in Buffalo. Son of Max and Rose (Dickman) Hyman.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Science, University Buffalo, 1929, Doctor of Medicine 1935.

    Career

    • Intern, resident neurology Buffalo General Hospital, 1935-1937, chief neurology and electroencephalography, since 1953, attending neurologist, since 1945. Resident neurology Montefiore Hospital, New York City, 1937-1938. Resident psychiatry Maudsley Hospital, London, England., 1938-1939.

      Chief neurology and electroencephalography, attending neurologist Millard Fillmore Hospital. Buswell research fellow, professor neurology U. Buffalo, 1959-1961, Buswell professor neurology, department chairman, since 1959.

    Works

    • Contributor science articles to professional publications.

    Religion

    Denomination: Judaism

    Membership

    Served lieutenant colonel, Military Cross, Australia, 1942-1945. Fellow American Psychiatric Association. Member of American Association for the Advancement of Science, American Association Research Nervous and Mental Disease, American Academy Neurology, Eastern Association Electroencephalographers.

    Connections

    • Married Irma Cohen, December 31, 1937. Children: Susan (Mistress.
    • father: Max Hyman
    • mother: Rose (Dickman) Hyman
    • spouse: Irma Cohen
    • child: Susan (Mrs Hyman
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    Born August 12, 1908
    Died March 7, 1961
    (aged 52)
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