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physician

Edmund Ludlow Keeney, American physician. Diplomate American Board Internal Medicine.

Background

Keeney, Edmund Ludlow was born on August 11, 1908 in Shelbyville, Indiana, United States. Son of Bayard G. and Ethel (Adams) Keeney.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Indiana U., 1930;Doctor of Medicine Johns Hopkins University, 1934.

Career

Intern, Johns Hopkins Hospital, 1934-1937;visiting physician, instructor internal medicine, Johns Hopkins Hospital, 1940-1948;practice medicine, specializing internal medicine, San Diego, 1948-1955;director, Scripps Clinic and Research Foundation, La Jolla, 1955-1967;president, Scripps Clinic and Research Foundation, 1967-1977;president emeritus, Scripps Clinic and Research Foundation, since 1977. Director research on fungus infections Office of Scientific Research and Development, 1942-1946.

Achievements

  • Diplomate American Board Internal Medicine.

Membership

Board of directors U. San Diego, Allergy Foundation American. Fellow American College of Physicians. Member of the American Medical Association, American Society Clinical Investigation, American Academy Allergy (president 1964), Western Association Physicians, California Medical Association, Western Society Clinical Research, Phi Beta Kappa, Alpha Omega Alpha, Beta Theta Pi.

Connections

Married Esther Cox Loney Wight, March 14, 1950. Children: Edmund Ludlow, Eleanor Seymour (Mistress Cameron Leroy Smith).

father:
Bayard G. Keeney

mother:
Ethel (Adams) Keeney

spouse:
Esther Cox Loney Wight

child:
Edmund Ludlow Keeney

child:
Eleanor Seymour Keeney (Mistress Cameron Leroy Smith)