Casimir Funk Edit Profile
Student, Gymnasium, Warsaw, 1894-1900, University of Geneva, 1900-1901. Doctor of Philosophy, University Berne, 1901-1904. Post graduate work Institute Pasteur, Paris, 1904-1906, University of Berlin, 1906-1907.
University of London, Doctor of Science, 1913.
Biochemist Wiesbaden Municipal Hospital, 1907-1908. Biochemist, Huntington Cancer Research Fund, Cornell Medical School, 1915-1916. Research head Metz & County, New York City, 1917-1923.
Associate in biochemistry, College Physicians and Surgs., Columbia, 1921-1923. Head biochemistry department, Warsaw School of Hygiene, Rockefeller Foundation, 1923-1927, Rueil Research Laboratory, France, 1928-1939. Consultant United States Vitamin Corporation, New York City, since 1936.
President Funk Foundation for Medical Research.
Member British Biochemistry and Physiological Socs., French Bio-chemical Society, American Chemical Society, Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine, American Society Biological Chemists.
Married Alix Denise Schneidesch, June 19, 1914. Children: Ian Casimir, Doriane Jacqueline.