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Donald Langworthy Burdick, American anesthesiologist.


Burdick, Donald Langworthy was born on April 1, 1900 in Ashaway, Rhode Island, United States. Son of William H. and Nellie I. (Langworthy) Burdick.


Bachelor of Science, Alfred U., 1922. Master of Arts, Columbia, 1924. Doctor of Medicine Albany Medical College, 1938.


Instructor biology Washington Square College, New York University, 1923-1925. Assistant professor biology Southwestern U., 1926. Professor biology Alfred U., 1927-1929.

Assistant professor biology Union College, Schenectady, 1930-1932. Instructor anatomy Albany Medical College, 1933-1934. Intern United Hospital, Port Chester, New York, 1938-1939, resident, 1939-1940.

Resident anesthesiology Bellevue Hospital, New York City, 1940-1942. Instructor anesthesiology New York University-Bellevue Medical College, 1945, assistant clinical professor, 1946-1956, associate clinical professor, 1957-1962. Assistant director anesthesiology Doctors Hospital, New York City, 1944-1945, director, 1946-1967.


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Served as private United States Army, 1918-1919. Diplomate American Board Anesthesiology (president 1956-1957, director 1948-1962). Fellow American College Anesthesiology (chairman 1946-1950).

Member American (editor newsletter 1945), New York State societies anesthesiology, American Medical Association, International Research Society Anesthesiology, Medical Society County New York, American Society Clinical Hypnosis, New York Academy of Medicine, Alpha Omega Alpha.


Married Winifred M. Stevenson, November 22, 1953.

William H. Burdick

Nellie I. (Langworthy) Burdick

Winifred M. Stevenson