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Daniel Murray Angevine, Canadian physician.

Background

Angevine, Daniel Murray was born on October 8, 1903 in Saint John, N.B., Canada. Son of James Edwin and Mary Edna (Irvine) Angevine.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Mount Allison U., 1924. Doctor of Medicine C.M., McGill University, 1929.

Career

Came to the United States, 1932, naturalized, 1942. Resident pathologist Montreal General Hospital, 1929-1930. Intern University of Pennsylvania Hospital, 1930-1932.

Assistant pathologist New York Hospital, also instructor and assistant professor pathology, medical college Cornell Univercity, 1932-1940. Pathologist Artificial Intelligence duPont Institute, Wilmington, Delaware, 1940-1945. Visiting assistant professor pathology University of Pennsylvania, 1940-1945.

Department chairman medical school University of Wisconsin, Madison, 1945-1968, professor pathology, 1945-1974, emeritus, 1974-1983. Pathologist U. Hosps., 1945-1968. Associate director research Armed Forces Institute Pathology, 1968-1974.

Area consultant pathology VA, 1946-1968. Consultant pathologist Surgeon General United States Army, 1948-1968, National Research Council, 1949-1952, United States Public Health Service, 1947-1952. Member commission on skeletal system Nil Ratan Sircar, 1959-1966.

Member study group in host factors in lung cancer American Cancer Society, 1959. Chief research pathologist Atomic Bomb Casualty Commission, Hiroshima, Japan, 1962-1963, 74—, National Advisory Cancer Council Board, 1970-1974. Consultant in pathology Veterans Administration Hospital., Madison, 1978-1983, Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation, 1975-1983.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: Atlas of Orthopedic Pathology, 1943. Contributor to Confs. on Connective Tissue Macy Foundation, 1950-1954. Mechanism of Inflammation (Jasmin and Robert), 1954.

      Diseases of Connective Tissue (Asboe-Hansen), 1954. Recent Trends in Pathology (Collins), 1959. Chief editor Archives of Pathology, 1963-1973.

Membership

Served from major to colonel Army of the United States, 1942-1945. Member American Association Pathological and Bact. (president 1961-1962), Society Medical Consultants to Armed Forces, American Society Experimental Pathological (council, president 1953), Society Experimental Biological and Medicine (council 1950-1952), American Society Clinical Investigation, Harvey Society, American Medical Association, American Rheumatism Association (executive council), American Socs. for Experimental Biology (chairman federal board 1954), Association Military Surgeons, Washington Academy Medicine.

Connections

Married Dorothy Edna Shepherd, July 8, 1933. Children: James Murray, Charles Douglas, Judith Melanie.

father:
James Edwin Angevine

mother:
Mary Edna (Irvine) Angevine

spouse:
Dorothy Edna Shepherd

children:
James Murray Angevine

Charles Douglas Angevine

Judith Melanie Angevine