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researcher , Microbiology educator

Emmett Booker Shotts, American Microbiology educator, researcher. Recipient Research award Beecham Pharmaceutical, 1986, 87, Edwards award American Society for Microbiology southeastern branch, 1990, Feeley award, 1992, Distinguished Svc. award Wildlife Disease Association, 1992.

Background

Shotts, Emmett Booker was born on September 23, 1931 in Jasper, Alabama, United States. Son of Emmett Booker and Will Laceye (Brown) Shotts.

Education

Bachelor of Science, U. Alabama, 1952; Master of Science, U. Georgia, 1958; Doctor of Philosophy, U. Georgia, 1966.

Career

Epidemic intellegence service, Center for Disease Control, Atlanta, 1959-1961; research microbiologist, Centers for Disease Control, Atlanta, 1962-1964; research associate, U. Georgia, Athens, 1957-1959; professor, U. Georgia, Athens, since 1966.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor 30 chapters to books, 150 abstracts and 185 articles to professional journals.

Membership

With United States Army, 1954-1956. Fellow American Academy Microbiology (specialist medical microbiology). Member American Society Clinical Pathology (medical technologist), American College Veterinary Microbiology (honorary diplomate).

Connections

Married Martha Shirley Harrison, June 19, 1956. Children: Ann Elizabeth, Georgia Alice Maria.

father:
Emmett Booker Shotts

mother:
Will Laceye (Brown) Shotts

spouse:
Martha Shirley Harrison

children:
Ann Elizabeth Shotts

Georgia Alice Maria Shotts