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Dan Hampton Campbell

scientist , educator

Dan Hampton Campbell, American scientist, educator.


Campbell, Dan Hampton was born on January 18, 1907 in Freemont, Ohio, United States. Son of Ralph and Edna Catherine (Moses) Campbell.


Bachelor of Arts, Wabash College, 1930, Doctor of Science, 1960. Master of Science, Washington University, St. Louis, 1932. Doctor of Philosophy, University Chicago, 1935.


1 son, John Hampton. Instructor comparative anatomy and embryology, Washington University, r 1930-1933. Research fellow University of Chicago, 1933-1937, instructor bacteriology and immunology, 1937-1939, assistant professor immunology, 1940-1942. Assistant professor immunochemistry California Institute Technology, 1942-1945, associate professor, 1945-1950, professor immunochemistry 1950.


  • Author: Principles of Immunology, 1957. Co-author Methods in Immunology, 1963, 70. Advisory editor Journal Infectious Diseases, 1941-1948.

    Associate editor Journal of Immunology, 1953-1958, member editorial board, 1960. Chairman editorial board Immunochemistry, 1964-1974. Contributor articles to professional journals.


Member research advisory board City of Hope Medical Center, 1952-1960, National Nephrosis Foundation, 1954-1958, Los Angeles Children’s Hospital, 1955-1957. Member Committee Advanced Advanced Science Training, 1957-1974. Member science advisory council St. Jude Hospital.

Member science advisory board Hastings Foundation, Chairman of the Board for research and development. Fellow Rockefeller Foundation Ednl. Board, 1940-1941.; Fellow New York Academy Science, American Academy Allergy (honorary.

Member American Association Immunologists (council midwinter conference.


Married Margaret Kathryn Dorr, May 12, 1930.

Ralph Campbell

Edna Catherine (Moses) Campbell

Margaret Kathryn Dorr