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Carl Vernon Moore

Carl Vernon Moore, American physician, educator. Recipient Joseph Goldberger award, American Medical Association, 1959.

Background

  • Moore, Carl Vernon was born on August 21, 1908 in St. Louis. Son of Carl V. and Mary (Kamp) Moore.

  • Education

    • Student Elmhurst College, 1924-1927, Doctor of Laws, 1955. Bachelor of Arts, Washington University, 1928, Doctor of Medicine 1932.

    Career

    • 1 daughter, Judith. National Research Council fellow in medicine Ohio State University, 1934-1935, assistant professor medicine, 1935-1938, assistant professor medicine Washington University, 1938-1941, associate professor, 1941-1946, professor, 1946-1972, dean School Medicine, 1954-1955, head department medicine, 1955-1972, vice chancellor for medical affairs, 1964-1965. Chairman hematology study section United States Public Health Service, 1952-1956. Chairman of Commission blood and blood derivatives National Research Council, 1953-1960.

      Member advising committee on biology and medicine Atomic Energy Commission, 1960-1966. Member science advisory board National Cancer Institute, 1957-1959. Member of council National Arthritis and Metabolic Diseases Institute, National Institutions Health, 1958-1962, 68-72.

      Drug research board National Research Council, 1962-1966. Jacobeus lecturer Sweden, Malthe Lecturer, Norway, 1955. George Minot lecturer American Medical Association 1958.

      Mcllrath visiting professor U. Sydney, Australia, 1962. Stratton lecturer, medal International Society Hematology, 1964.

    Works

    • Editor Journal Laboratory and Clinical Medicine, 1944-1949. Associate editor Blood, The Journal of Hematology, 1946-1972, American Journal Medicine, 1955-1972. Co-editor Progress in Hematology.

    Membership

    Member advising committee on biology and medicine Atomic Energy Commission, 1960-1966. Member science advisory board National Cancer Institute, 1957-1959. Member of council National Arthritis and Metabolic Diseases Institute, National Institutions Health, 1958-1962, 68-72.

    Fellow American College of Physicians (governor 1958-1960, vice president 1962-1962, regent 1962-1972. Member National Academy Sciences, American Academy Arts and Sciences, Association American Physicians (president 1963-1964), American Society Clinical Investigation (president 1954), Central Society Clinical Research (president 1947), American Society Experimental Pathology, Society Experimental Biology and Medicine, Institute Nutrition, International (councillor 1953-1958, president 1966-1968), American (president 1959) societies hematology, American Association Medical Colls. (Abraham Flexner award 1971), Alpha Omega Alpha, Sigma Xi.

    Connections

    • Married Dorothy Adams, May 25, 1935.
    • father: Carl V. Moore
    • mother: Mary (Kamp) Moore
    • spouse: Dorothy Adams
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    Born August 21, 1908
    Died August 13, 1972
    (aged 63)
    Nationality

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