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David Sanborn Page

biochemist , educator , consultant , environmental scientist

David Sanborn Page, American biochemist, educator, environmental scientist, consultant. Named to Charles Weston Pickard Chair Chemistry and Biochemistry, Bowdoin College, 1998; grantee, Various State, Federal and private sources, 1971—2005. Member of Hormesis Society, American Chemical Society, Society Environmental Toxicologists and Chemists, American Philatelic Society.

Background

Page, David Sanborn was born on June 1, 1943 in Suffern, New York, United States. Son of William Kingman and Alice Malmgreen Page.

Education

Bachelor of Science, Brown University, 1965. Doctor of Science, Purdue University, 1970.

Career

Assistant professor chemistry Bates College, Lewiston, Maine, 1971—1974. Professor chemistry and biochemistry Bowdoin College, Brunswick, since 1974. Visiting scientist Skidaway Institute Oceanography, Savannah, Georgia, 1981, 2002, Plymouth (England) Marine Laboratory, 1987—1988, 1994—1995.

Consultant in field; expert witness in field.

Works

  • Author: 2 Books. Contributor over 120 articles to professional journals.

Membership

Member of Hormesis Society, American Chemical Society, Society Environmental Toxicologists and Chemists, American Philatelic Society.

Connections

Married Barbara Taylor, July 30, 1950. Children: Matthew Taylor, Diana Taylor;1 child David Collingwood.

father:
William Kingman

mother:
Alice Malmgreen Page

spouse:
Barbara Taylor

children:
David Collingwood Page

Matthew Taylor Page

Diana Taylor;1 child David Collingwood Page