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forensic specialist , pathologist

Frederick Thomas Zugibe was American pathologist, forensic specialist. Achievements include first to describe glycoprotein storage disease (Zugibe-Gilbert Syndrome), the defect in the syndrome of the sea blue histocyte and arthrodentoosteodysplasia. an acroosteolysis syndrome, a mask to eliminate odors of putrefaction, and a demummifaction technique for fingerprinting; invented ac/dc cardiopulmonary resuscitator, many others.

Background

Zugibe, Frederick Thomas was born on May 28, 1928 in Garnerville, New York, United States. Son of Benjamin and Anna (Zarick) Zugibe.

Education

Bachelor of Science, St. Francis College, 1951;Master of Science, University of Chicago, 1954;Doctor of Philosophy, University of Chicago, 1960;Doctor of Medicine, West Virginia University, 1968.

Career

Research histologist Lederle Laboratories, Pearl River, New York, 1950-1952, research chemist, 1953-1955. Research associate ophthalmic research Columbia University, New York City, 1955-1956. Director cardiovascular research United States VA, Pittsburgh, 1960—1965.

Chief medical examiner County of Rockland, Pomona, New York, 1969—2003. Adjunct associate professor pathology Columbia University, since 1972. Board directors Hudson Technologies Inc., Hillburn, New York, Rockland Westchester Foundation for Sudden Infant Death, White Plains, New York.

Medical director Rockland County Emergency Medical Services New York State Department Health, Pomona, 1990-2003. Supervising medical officer disaster medical assistance team National Disaster Medical Assistance, Pomona, 1992-2003. Expert on crucifixion and Shroud of Turin.

Achievements

  • Achievements include first to describe glycoprotein storage disease (Zugibe-Gilbert Syndrome), the defect in the syndrome of the sea blue histocyte and arthrodentoosteodysplasia. an acroosteolysis syndrome, a mask to eliminate odors of putrefaction, and a demummifaction technique for fingerprinting. Invented ac/dc cardiopulmonary resuscitator, many others.

Membership

Fellow College American Pathologists (emeritus), American College Cardiology (emeritus), American Academy Forensic Sciences (emeritus), New York Cardiology Society, Council Arteriosclerosis of America Heart Association, Association Scientists and Scholars International for the Shroud of Turin (president, founder), Sigma Xi, honorary member American Heart Association.

Connections

Married Catherine Frances O'Leary, April 7, 1951. Children: Frederick T., Thomas P., Cathryn T. Blaber, Theresa A. Mandracchia, Mary E. Raleigh, Matthew M., Kevin J.

father:
Benjamin Zugibe

mother:
Anna (Zarick) Zugibe

spouse:
Catherine Frances O'Leary

children:
Frederick T. Zugibe

Thomas P. Zugibe

Cathryn T. Blaber Zugibe

Theresa A. Mandracchia Zugibe

Mary E. Raleigh Zugibe

Matthew M. Zugibe

Kevin J. Zugibe