Jerzy Einhorn, Polish internist, endocrinologist, consultant. Recipient Silver Cross of Merit, 1957, Endocrine research awards Polish Endocrine Society, 1962, 63, 1st Class prize Minister Health, 1967; recipient military awards Virtuti Militari, 1939, Cross of Valour, 1944, Cross of the Warsaw Uprising, 1944, Officers Cross Polonia Restituta, 2008.
Director State Endocrinology Consulting Center, Katowice, 1954—1966. Associate professor 3d Department Internal Medicine, 1962—1966. Endocrine researcher Royal Postgraduate Medical School, London, 1965.
Associate professor University Pittsburgh Medical School, 1971—1994. Director Hazelwood & Greenfield Community Health Centers, Pittsburgh, 1971—1984. Director thyroid screening program University Pittsburgh Medical School, 1976—1993.
Endocrine researcher Royal Postgraduate Medical School, London, 1967. Lieutenant to captain Polish Light Horse Artillery, 1939, captain Polish Underground Army, 1940-1944, captain Warsaw Uprising, 1944, major Polish Ministry of Defense, 2002, lieutenant colonel Polish Ministry of Defense, 2008.
- RECOLLECTIONS OF THE END OF AN ERA: Poland 1919-1945
- Jerzy Einhorn was born the year that Poland gained independence after 123 years of partition and occupation by Austria, Germany and Russia.