Bachelor of Arts, Indiana University, 1888, Doctor of Laws, 1928. Master of Arts, University of Michigan, 1890, Doctor of Medicine 1891, Doctor of Philosophy, 1893. Music diploma (teacher), Cincinnati Conservatory of Music, 1887.
Post-graduate work in medicine, Vienna and Freiburg.
Katharine Angell, June 27, 1900. Children—Margaret, Aldred Scott, Virginia, Thomas Angell. Assistant in internal medicine, 1891-1892, demonstrator internal medicine, 1892-1895, demonstrator pathology, 1896, instructor, 1897, assistant professor, 1899, junior professor, 1902, professor and director pathological laboratory, since 1903, medical department University of Michigan President American Association Pathologists and Bacteriologists, 1908.
President International Association Medical Museums, 1910-1913, member of council for United States, 1914-1917, vice president American Section, 1914, editor of Bulletin, 1913-1919, Annals of Clinical Medicine, since 1924.
Member Association American Physicians (council 1921-1928. Vice president, 1926-1927.
President 1927-1928), Society Experimental Medicine and Biology, American Association for Cancer Research (president 1927-1928), International Medical History Society (vice-president, 1929-1930), American Heart Association, Chicago Medical History Society, Association Experimental Pathology (vice president 1922-1923, president 1924, delegate to National Research Council 1925-1928). President Michigan Association Prevention and Relief of Tuberculosis, 1908-1909, Michigan Social Hygiene Association, 1917-1918.
Secretary Ann Arbor Anti-Tuberculosis Association Author: Practical pathology, 1896, 1911.
Editor and translator of 10th edit Ziegler’s General Pathology, 1903. Editor department Pathology, 2d and 3d edits, Wood’s Reference Hand-Book of the Medical Sciences.
Text-Book of General Pathology, 1914.
Medical Aspects of Mustard Gas Poisoning, 1919. Old Age—The Major Involution, 1929.
The Creed of a Biologist, 1930. Wrote over 1,000 articles in medical journals and text-books
Contributions from the Pathological Laboratory of University of Michigan, 14 volumes, 1896-1927.
Most important researches on anatomy and pathology of the hæmolymph glands, and the pathology of diseases of the blood and blood-forming organs, cardiac syphilis, latent syphilis, tuberculosis, and toxic action of mustard gas, fat embolism, action of X-rays, heart in diphtheria, thymus, heredity in cancer, pathology of goiter. Russell lecturer at University of Michigan, 1929. Home: Ann Arbor, Michigan
Member Association American Physicians (council 1921-1928.
Married Doctor; children: Margaret, Aldred Scott, Virginia, Thomas Angell.