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Grace Arabell Goldsmith, American physician. Recipient Outstanding Achievement award University of Minnesota, 1964; Goldberger award clinical nutrition American Medical Association, 1965; Axson-Choppin award Louisiana Public Health Association, 1970; Seale-Harris award Southern Medical Association, 1970. Diplomate American Board Internal Medicine, American Board Nutrition (president 1966).


Goldsmith, Grace Arabell was born on April 8, 1904 in St. Paul. Daughter of Arthur William and Arabell Louise (Coleman) Goldsmith.


Bachelor of Science, University Wisconsin, 1925. Doctor of Medicine Tulane University, 1932. Master of Science in Medicine, University of Minnesota, 1936.

Doctor of Science, Woman’s Medical College, 1962.


Research, Society Experimental Biology and Medicine, Sigma Xi, Alpha Omega Alpha, Delta Omega, Alpha Gamma Delta, Alpha Epsilon Iota.


  • Other Work

    • Author: Nutritional Diagnosis, 1959. Chapters in books, articles professional journals Editorial board American Journal Clinical Nutrition, 1952-1963, Physiological Revs., 1961-1967, Journal Atherosclerosis Research 1962-1968, Archives Internal Medicine, 1966-1969.


Member food and nutrition board National Research Council, 1948-1969, chairman, 1958-1968. Member nutrition study section United States Public Health Service, 1959-1963. Member panel world food supply President’s Science Advisory Committee, 1966-1967.

Member food and nutrition research advising committee, agricultural research service USDA, 1951-1963. Member of national advisory arthritis and metabolic diseases council National Institutes of Health, 1970-1973. Member corporation visiting committee, department nutrition and food science Massachusetts Institute Technology, 1964-1965.

Member Committee Etiology and Epidemiology Anemas-Interna Union Nutritional Sciences 1967-1975. Member technical advising committee Institute Nutrition C. American and Panama, 1967. Fellow American College of Physicians, American Public Health Association (member of council food and nutrition section 1964-1967.

Member of the American Medical Association (member of council foods and nutrition 1958-1963, 65-75, chairman 1970-1972), Association American Physicians, American Dietetic Association (honorary), Pan American Medical Association, American Diabetes Association, American Institute Nutrition (Osborne and Mendel award 1959, president 1963), Federation American Socs. for Experimental Biology (director.


Arthur William Goldsmith

Arabell Louise (Coleman) Goldsmith