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Gilbert Dalldorf, American pathologist. Recipient Fisher Memorial award, 1955; Distinguished Service award College Medicine, New York University, 1956; Lasker Award, 1959; medal New York Academy of Medicine, 1964. Diplomate American Board Pathology.


Dalldorf, Gilbert was born on March 12, 1900 in Davenport, Iowa, United States. Son of Julius and Hulda (Leisner) Dalldorf.


Bachelor of Science, State University Iowa, 1921. Doctor of Medicine New York University, 1924. Doctor of Science, Bowdoin College, 1953.

D., U. Freiburg (Germany), 1957.


Rotating intern Norwegian Hospital, Brooklyn, 1924-1925. Fellow pathology Patholögisches Institute, Freiburg, 1925-1926. Pathologist New York Hospital, New York City, 1926-1929.

Instructor pathologic anatomy Cornell Medical College, 1926-1932. Pathologist Grasslands Hospital, Valhalla, New York, 1929-1943. Director labs. and research Westchester County, 1943-1945.

Director div. labs. and research New York Department Health, Albany, 1945-1957. Director research National Foundation, 1958-1959. Member Sloan-Kettering Institute, Walker Laboratory, 1959-1968.

Professor pathology Sloan Kettering div. Cornell Univercity Medical College, 1960-1968. Chairman Brown Hazen Fund Research Corporation, New York City Commision on Plasma Blood Research Institute.


Member Sloan-Kettering Institute, Walker Laboratory, 1959-1968. Member American Association for the Advancement of Science, American Association Immunologists, American Medical Association, American Society Experimental Pathology, Association American Physicians, National Academy Science, New York Academy of Medicine, New York Association Public Health laboratories, New York Medical Society, Society Experimental Biology and Medicine, American Epidemiological Society. Club: Century Association.


Married Frances Elizabeth Barnhart, April. Children: Elizabeth (Mistress.

Julius Dalldorf

Hulda (Leisner) Dalldorf

Frances Elizabeth Barnhart

Elizabeth (Mrs Dalldorf