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Allan Hemingway

physiologist , biophysicist

Allan Hemingway, British physiologist, biophysicist. Served as major United States Army Air Force, 1943-1945; Member American Physiological Society, American Physical Society, American Chemical Society, Society Experimental Biology and Medicine, American Association University Professors, Sigma Xi, Gamma Alpha, Phi Beta Pi.

Background

Hemingway, Allan was born on January 25, 1902 in Leeds, England. Son of Arthur and Eleanor (Eastwood) Hemingway.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, University B.C., 1925. Doctor of Philosophy, University Minnesota, 1929. Sterling fellow, Yale, 1936-1937.

Career

1 daughter, Eleanor; married second Claire Conklin Carr, July 5, 1951. Instructor, assistant professor physiological chemistry University of Minnesota, 1930-1936, assistant professor, associate professor physiology, 1936-1948, professor physiology 1948-1951. Professor physiology Medical School, University of California at Los Angeles, 1951-1972.

Chief cardiopulmonary laboratory San Fernando Veterans Administration Hospital. (California).

Works

  • Contributor articles to physiological and biochemistry journals.

Membership

Served as major United States Army Air Force, 1943-1945. Member American Physiological Society, American Physical Society, American Chemical Society, Society Experimental Biology and Medicine, American Association University Professors, Sigma Xi, Gamma Alpha, Phi Beta Pi.

Connections

Married Gayle Shirey, November 9, 1929, (deceased).; married second Claire Conklin Carr, July 5, 1951.

father:
Arthur Hemingway

mother:
Eleanor (Eastwood) Hemingway

spouses:
Gayle Shirey

2d Claire Conklin Carr