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Thomas Hiram Finlay

Thomas Hiram Finlay, American biochemist, researcher. National Institutes of Health fellow, 1969-1971; recipient Research Career Development award New York University Medical Center, 1977-1981.

Background

  • Finlay, Thomas Hiram was born on November 28, 1938 in Brooklyn. Son of Alexander Carpenter and Lillian (Burke) Finlay.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Science in Chemistry, University Maryland, 1964. Doctor of Philosophy, University Maryland, Baltimore, 1969.

    Career

    • Post-doctoral fellow Brandeis University, Waltham, Massachusetts, 1969-1971. Assistant professor biochemistry Rockefeller University, New York City, 1971-1974. Assistant professor obstetrics-gynecology and biochemistry New York University Medical Center, 1975-1979, associate professor obstetrics-gynecology, 1979-1988, professor obstetrics-gynecology, since 1989.

      President Bio-chemical Consultant, Ridgewood, New Jersey, since 1988.

    Works

    • Contributor over 100 articles to professional journals. Patent relating to solid phase immunodiagnostic assays.

    Membership

    District leader Democratic Party, Bergen County, New Jersey, 1975-1976. Member American Chemical Society, American Society Biological Chemistry, Endocrine Society, Society for Gynecological Investigation, Bellevue Ob-Gyn Society (fellow, member editorial board).

    Connections

    • Married Gail Ann Brounn, August 12, 1961. Children: John M., David A.
    • father: Alexander Carpenter Finlay
    • mother: Lillian (Burke) Finlay
    • spouse: Gail Ann Brounn
    • children: John M. Finlay
    • David A. Finlay
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    Born November 28, 1938
    Nationality
    • 1964
      University Maryland
    • 1969
      University Maryland
    • 1969 - 1971
      Post-doctoral fellow, Brandeis University
      Waltham, Massachusetts, United States
    • 1971 - 1974
      assistant, professor biochemistry Rockefeller University