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Physician

Franklin Davis Johnston, American physician. Recipient Henry Russel award University of Michigan, 1937-1938; James B. Herrick award American Heart Association, 1969. Served with United States Army, 1918.; Member Association U. Cardiologists (past president), Central Society Clinical; Member editorial board Virculation.

Background

Johnston, Franklin Davis was born on June 23, 1900 in Cheyenne, Wyoming, United States. Son of Clarence Thomas and Bessie (Vreeland) Johnston.

Education

Bachelor of Science, University of Michigan, 1922, M.D.,1929.

Career

Hospital, 1929-1930, resident, 1930-1932. Practice medicine, specializing in cardiology, Ann Arbor, Michigan, 1932-1971. With Heart Station U. Hospital, 1932-1971.

Secretary Medical School University of Michigan, 1943-1948, member Executive Board Graduate School, 1959-1964.

Membership

Served with United States Army, 1918. Member Association U. Cardiologists (past president), Central Society Clinical. Member editorial board Virculation.

Connections

Married Margaret Newell Woodwell, June 10, 1926. Children: Richard W., Robert F., Marjory A. Intern University of Michigan.

father:
Clarence Thomas Johnston

mother:
Bessie (Vreeland) Johnston

spouse:
Margaret Newell Woodwell

child:
Richard W. Johnston

child:
Robert F. Johnston

child:
Marjory A. Intern U. Mich Johnston