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Edward Alfred Gall

educator , physician.

Edward Alfred Gall, American educator, physician. Decorated grand officer Order Daniel Carrion (Peru); recipient Isadore Dyer medal Tulane University, 1931; Townsend Harris medal College City New York, 1968; E.T. Bell Memorial medal University of Minnesota, 1975; fellow U. Cincinnati, 1970.

Background

Gall, Edward Alfred was born on June 10, 1906 in New York City. Son of Julius and Eva (Fleischl) Gall.

Education

Student College City New York, 1923-1927. Doctor of Medicine Tulane University, 1931.

Career

Intern Sydenham Hospital, New York City, 1931-1933. District physician Boston Dispensary, 1933-1935. Resident, assistant pathologist Massachusetts General Hospital, 1935-1940.

Director labs. Bethesda Hospital, Cincinnati, 1941-1948, Cincinnati General Hospital, 1948-1971. Assistant medicine, instructor pathology Tufts Medical School, 1933-1940. Instructor pathology Harvard Medical School, 1940-1941.

Assistant and associate professor pathology U. Cincinnati, 1941-1948, Mary M. Emery professor pathology, 1948-1971, professor emeritus, 1976-1979, vice-president, director Medical Center, 1970-1974, vice-president, director emeritus, 1976-1979, distinguished service professor pathology, 1974-1979. Cons. Armed Forces Institute Pathology, VA, Daniel Drake, Dunham, Children’s hospitals.

Works

  • Associate editor American Journal Clinical Pathology, 1949-1957. Editor-in-chief American Journal Pathology, 1957-1966.

Membership

Member American Association Pathologists and Bacteriologists (president 1963-1964), Sociedad Peruana de Anatomiá Patalógica (honorary), International Academy Pathology (executive council 1962-1965, president 1969-1970), American Society Experimental Pathology, Society Experimental Biology and Medicine, American Society Clinical Pathologists (director 1962-1968, Ward Burdick medal 1976), Central Society Clinical Research, Japanese American Society Pathologists Tokyo (honorary), Arthur Purdy Stout Society Surgical Pathologists (honorary 1978), American Association for Cancer Education (president 1971-1972), American Federation Clinical Oncologic Socs. (president 1973-1974), Pan-American Medical Association (president section on general pathology), National Board Medical Examiners, Council Foreign Medical Graduates, Sigma Xi, Alpha Omega Alpha.

Connections

Married Phyllis H. Rivard, September 17, 1933. Children: Eric Papineau, Thomas Monroe.

father:
Julius Gall

mother:
Eva (Fleischl) Gall

spouse:
Phyllis H. Rivard

children:
Eric Papineau Gall

Thomas Monroe Gall