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Clarence Albert Loeffler Edit Profile

physician , Psychiatrist

Clarence Albert Loeffler, American, Swedish Physician, psychiatrist. postdoctoral fellowship United States Public Health Service, Umeå University, 1966-1968. First lieutenant United States Air Force Reserve, 1949-1955. Member Swedish Medical Society, Swedish Psychiatric Society, Swedish Society for Cognitive Psychotherapy.

Background

Loeffler, Clarence Albert was born on August 22, 1925 in Brooklyn. Arrived in Sweden, 1966, 70. Son of Clarence Albert and Louise Caroline Kuhn.

Education

Bachelor, Hofstra College, 1949. Master of Science in Zoology, Syracuse University, 1958. Doctor of Philosophy in Biology, University Rochester, 1966.

Doctor of Medicine, Umeå University, 1978.

Career

Instructor biology University Rochester, 1965-1966. Postdoctoral fellow United States Dhew Public Health Service, Washington, 1966-1968. Assistant professor zoology University Arkansas, Fayetteville, 1968-1970.

Teaching assistant Umeå University, 1970-1972. Junior physician Department of Psychiatry, Umeå University, 1978-1984. Senior physician Umedalen Mental Hospital, 1985-1992.

Private practice Psyktek: Psychiatric Consultation, Lund, Sweden, since 1989. Docent zoophysiology Umeå University.

Membership

First lieutenant United States Air Force Reserve, 1949-1955. Member Swedish Medical Society, Swedish Psychiatric Society, Swedish Society for Cognitive Psychotherapy.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: 18th Century Swedish antiques, traveling.

Connections

Married Jane Edwards Finch, July 29, 1948. Children: Christopher, David.

father:
Clarence Albert

mother:
Louise Caroline Kuhn

spouse:
Jane Edwards Finch

children:
Christopher Loeffler

David Loeffler