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Psychiatrist

Harold Wesley Williams, American psychiatrist. Served to commander of The United States Navy Reserve, until 1946. Diplomate American Board Psychiatry and Neurology.

Background

Williams, Harold Wesley was born on September 6, 1904 in Schenectady. Son of James and Annie (Thompson) Williams.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Syracuse University, 1926, Doctor of Medicine 1929.

Career

Intern, St. Joseph Hospital, Syracuse, 1928-1929. Intern pathology Rhode Island Hospital, Providence, 1929-1930, resident pathology, 1930-1931. Rockefeller fellow neuropathology Research Institute Physicians, Munich, Germany, 1933-1934.

Rockefeller fellow clinical psychiatry Anstalt Burgholzi, Zurich, Switzerland, 1935, Maudsley Hospital, England, 1935, Phipps Psychiatric Clinic Johns Hopkins Hospital, 1935-1936. Practice medicine specializing in psychiatry, from 1941. Member consultant staff, associate neuropathologist Rhode Island Hospital, from 1941.

Membership

Served to commander of The United States Navy Reserve, until 1946. Diplomate American Board Psychiatry and Neurology.

Connections

Married Dorothy Turner, August 26, 1929.

father:
James Williams

mother:
Annie (Thompson) Williams

spouse:
Dorothy Turner