Studied at University of Manitoba (I3.A. 1887. Master of Arts 1890; Doctor of Medicine, Master in Surgery 1890). John Lucas Walker student in Pathology, University of Cambridge, 1893-1895.
Late Professor of Pathology, University of Manitoba. Author of numerous technical papers. President American Public Health Association, 1905.
Member Advisory Board, Laboratory of Hygiene, United States, Public Health and Marine Hospital Service.
Fellow American Association for Advancement of Science. American Physiological Society.
Society of American Bacteriologists. Pathological Society of Great Britain and Ireland.
Pathological Section of Royal Society of Medicine, London.
American Medical Association. Professor of Pathology and Bacteriology, University of Minnesota, since 1896. Director of Minnesota State Board of Health Laboratories.
Dean, College of Medicine and Surgery 1906.
Clubs: Minneapolis, Commercial, Town and Country, Skylights.
Spouse 1896, Annie,daughter of Chief Justice Sir Thomas West. Taylor, of Winnipeg.