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Adolph Gottlieb Kammer, American physician. Recipient Knudsen Award Industrial Medical Association, 1958. Fellow Industrial Medical Association (president 1951-1952), American Academy Occupational Medicine (past director), American College Preventive Medical; member of the American Medical Association.

Background

Kammer, Adolph Gottlieb was born on August 11, 1903 in Darlington, Wisconsin, United States. Son of Gottlieb and Bertha (Geissberger) Kammer.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Univercity Wisconsin, 1925, Master of Science, 1926. Doctor of Medicine, University Pennsylvania, 1928.

Career

Interne Philadelphia General Hospital, 1928-1930. General practice of medicine, Belleville, Wisconsin, 1930-1934. Medical examiner, Montreal (Wisconsin) Mining Company, 1934-1938.

Medical director, Inland Steel Company, East Chicago, Indiana, 1938-1944. Medical director K-25 Plant, Oak Ridge, Tennessee, 1944-1946. Medical director Carbide & Carbon Chemicals div., Union Carbide & Carbon corporation, South Charleston, West Virginia, 1947-1949.

Professor, department chairman occupational health Graduate School Public Health, U. Pittsburgh, since 1949. Medical consultant Union Carbide Nuclear Company, Westinghouse Corporation. Vice chairman medical committee Industrial Hygiene Foundation American.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor chapter in medical book. Editor Journal Occupational Medicine.

Membership

Fellow Industrial Medical Association (president 1951-1952), American Academy Occupational Medicine (past director), American College Preventive Medical. Member of the American Medical Association.

Connections

Married Margaret Mary Carroll, September 6, 1930. Children: Mary Helen, Anne Gretchen.

father:
Gottlieb Kammer

mother:
Bertha (Geissberger) Kammer

spouse:
Margaret Mary Carroll

child:
Mary Helen Kammer

child:
Anne Gretchen Kammer