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physician

Ernest Witebsky, German physician. Fellow American Society Clinical Pathologists; member of the American Medical Association, American Association Pathologists and Bacteriologists, American Association Immunologists, Society American Bacteriologists, Society Experimental Biology and Medicine, American Association Blood Banks, International Society of Hematology, Royal Society of Medicine, Sigma Xi.

Background

Witebsky, Ernest was born on September 3, 1901 in Frankfurt, Germany. Son of Michael and Hermine (Neuberger) Witebsky.

Education

Student of University Frankfurt, 1920-1925. Doctor of Medicine, University Heidelberg, 1926. Doctor Medical, honorary, University of Freiburg, 1958.

Career

Associate professor bacteriology U. Buffalo, 1936-1940, professor bacteriology and immunology, 1940-1954, distinguished professor, 1954-1969, head department bacteriology and immunology, 1941-1967, director Center for Immunology, 1967-1969, acting dean School Medicine, 1958-1959, dean, 1959-1960. Bacteriologist, serologist Buffalo General Hospital, 1936-1968, director blood bank, 1941-1967. Consultant bacteriology Veterans Administration Hospital., 1951-1969.

Diplomate clinical microbiology American Board Pathology.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor of English, German, French, American medical journals.

Membership

Fellow American Society Clinical Pathologists. Member of the American Medical Association, American Association Pathologists and Bacteriologists, American Association Immunologists, Society American Bacteriologists, Society Experimental Biology and Medicine, American Association Blood Banks, International Society of Hematology, Royal Society of Medicine, Sigma Xi.

Connections

Married Ruth Mueller-Erkelenz, June 23, 1935. Children: Frank G., Grace E. Came to the United States, 1934, naturalized, 1939.

father:
Michael Witebsky

mother:
Hermine (Neuberger) Witebsky

spouse:
Ruth Mueller-Erkelenz

children:
Frank G. Witebsky

Grace E. Came to the United States Witebsky

1934 Witebsky

naturalized Witebsky

1939 Witebsky