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Edward David Sherman, Canadian physician. Recipient Malford W. Thewlis award American Geriatrics Society, 1965, Rabbi Harry J. Stern award Temple Emanu-El, Canadian Silver Jubilee medal, 1977.

Background

Sherman, Edward David was born on March 15, 1908 in Sydney, Nova Scoti, Canada. Son of Frederick and Sara (Epstein) Sherman.

Education

1938; 1 son, Neil.

Career

Doctor of Medicine C.M., McGill University, 1932. Intern Womans General Hospital, Montreal, 1931-1933. Resident Mount Sinai Hospital, New York City, 1933-1935, practice internal medicine, Sydney, Nova Scoti, 1935-1946, New York City, 1947-1955, Montreal, 1956-1984.

Became associate physician-in-chief Maimonides Hospital and Home for Aged, Montreal, 1956. Now honorary attending staff. Director research Rehabilitation Institute, Montreal, since 1962.

Became associate physician medical staff, also geriatric clinic Jewish General Hospital, Montreal, 1956. Now honorary attending staff. Medical director Sheltered Workshop of Jewish Vocational Service, Montreal, since 1959.

Vice president Institute Gerontology, U. Montreal, 1962-1965. Lecturer geriatrics School Rehabilitation, 1958-1984. Member medical research committee and superior studies Faculty Medicine, 1973-1984.

Cons., senior citizens’ program Quebec div. Canadian Red Cross Society Contributor articles in field. Abstract editor: Nova Scoti Medical Bull, 1942-1946.

Executive committee Canadian Conference on Aging, 1963-1966. Canadian representative White House Conference on Aging, Washington, 1971. Board of directors medical committee Herzl Dispensary, since 1958, Baron de Hirsch Institute, 1958-1965.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor articles in field. Abstract editor: Nova Scoti Medical Bull, 1942-1946. Executive committee Canadian Conference on Aging, 1963-1966.

      Canadian representative White House Conference on Aging, Washington, 1971. Board of directors medical committee Herzl Dispensary, since 1958, Baron de Hirsch Institute, 1958-1965.

Membership

Member medical research committee and superior studies Faculty Medicine, 1973-1984. Served with Royal Canadian Army Medical Corps, 1943-1944. Fellow Royal College Physicians Canada, American College of Physicians, International College Angiology, American Geriatrics Society (director 1961-1971, past president, past Chairman of the Board), Royal Society Medicine, American College Preventive Medicine, Royal Society Arts.

Member Quebec Medical Association (Chairman committee aging 1963-1977, director), Canadian Association Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, International Society Internal Medicine, International Association Gerontology (council 1963-1966.

Connections

Married Anne Helen Doner, February 22, 1955.

father:
Frederick Sherman

mother:
Sara (Epstein) Sherman

spouse:
Anne Helen Doner