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Eugene Eppinger, American physician. Served as colonel Military Cross, Australia, 1942-1945.; Fellow American College of Physicians; member American Society Clinical Investigation, American Clinical and Climatological Association, American Heart Association, Society Medical Consultants World World War II, Association American Physicians.

Background

Eppinger, Eugene was born on September 30, 1902 in Pendleton, Oregon, United States. Son of Charles A. and Catherine (Vaughan) Eppinger.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Williams College, 1926. Doctor of Medicine Harvard, 1930.

Career

Successively junior, senior, associate and physician Peter Bent Brigham Hospital, Boston, from 1937, acting physician-in-chief, 1951-1952. Assistant in medicine, instructor medical school Harvard, 1937-1942, assistant dean, 1945-1966, assistant clinical professor, 1945-1958, associate clinical professor, 1958-1964, clinical professor medicine, 1964-1969, clinical professor emeritus, 1969. Industrial relations div.

Proctor & Gamble Company, Cincinnati, 1936-1937. Associate physician Boston Lying In Hospital. Consultant Free Hospital for Women.

Consultant in medicine to Surgeon General, United States Army.

Membership

Served as colonel Military Cross, Australia, 1942-1945. Fellow American College of Physicians. Member American Society Clinical Investigation, American Clinical and Climatological Association, American Heart Association, Society Medical Consultants World World War II, Association American Physicians.

Connections

Married Catherine Codman, July 13, 1935. Children: Catherine Codman, Margaret Vaughan.

father:
Charles A. Eppinger

mother:
Catherine (Vaughan) Eppinger

spouse:
Catherine Codman

child:
Catherine Codman Eppinger

child:
Margaret Vaughan Eppinger