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Librarian , medical historian

Edward Terry Morman, American librarian, medical historian. Humanities fellow Medical College Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, 1986-1987. Fellow New York Academy Medicine; member American Association for the History Medicine (council member 2002-2004), Archivists and Libraries in the History of the Health Sciences (president 1992-1994).

Background

Morman, Edward Terry was born on November 11, 1946 in Brooklyn. Son of Morris Joseph and Esther Yetta (Strupinsky) Morman.

Education

Bachelor, City College of New York, 1967. Master of Library Science, University Southern California, Los Angeles, 1973. Doctor of Philosophy, University Pennsylvania, 1986.

Career

Library. North America Weather Consultant, Goleta, California, 1973-1977. Reference library University Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, 1977-1987. Library, lecturer Johns Hopkins University Institute History Medicine, Baltimore, 1987-1997.

Associate library for history collections and programs New York Academy Medicine, New York City, 1997-2001. College library and director Wood Institute for History of Medicine, College Physicians Philadelphia, since 2001. Consultant history medicine program Duke University, Durham, North Carolina, 1991, University Alabama, Birmingham, 1998.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Editor: Efficiency, Scientific Management and Hospital Standardization, 1986, The History of Public Health, 1993.

Membership

Fellow New York Academy Medicine. Member American Association for the History Medicine (council member 2002-2004), Archivists and Libraries in the History of the Health Sciences (president 1992-1994).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Music, hiking, reading fiction.

Connections

Married Marie-Dominique Marson, September 25, 1980 (divorced October 1983). Married Julie Robin Solomon, September 4, 1988. 1 child, Dawn Britton.

father:
Morris Joseph Morman

mother:
Esther Yetta (Strupinsky) Morman

spouses:
Marie-Dominique Marson

Julie Robin Solomon

child:
Dawn Britton Morman