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Harry Sylvestre Nutting Greene, American pathologist. Recipient Borden award, 1956.


Greene, Harry Sylvestre Nutting was born on September 22, 1904 in Woonsocket, Rhode Island, United States. Son of George Wellington and Gertrude (Earl) Greene.


Student Wilbraham (Massachusetts) Academy, 1917-1921. Student Brown U., 1921-1925. Doctor of Medicine C.M., McGill University, 1930.

A.M. (honorary), Yale, 1943.


1 daughter, Judith Ann. Married second, Jean Barnes, December 18, 1954. 2 daus., Susan, Melissa.

Instructor pathology, Pathological Institute, McGill University, 1930-1931. Assistant in pathology, Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research, New York City, 1931-1935. Associate in pathology, Rockeffer Institute, Princeton, New Jersey, 1935-1941.

Associate professor of pathology and surgery, Yale University School of Medicine, 1941-1943, professor of pathology, 1943-1950, Anthony N. Brady professor of pathology, 1950-1969.


Member American Association Advancement of Science, American Association Pathologists and Bacteriologists, American Genetic Association, Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine, Society for Study of Growth and Development, American Association for Cancer Research, Harvey Society of New York, American Academy of Arts and Sciences, N.E., Cancer Society, Sigma Xi, Theta Delta Chi, Alpha Kappa Kappa, Alpha Omega Alpha. Clubs: Interurban Pathological, Faculty, Graduates (Yale).


Married Helen May Davis, September 27, 1930.; married second, Jean Barnes, December 18, 1954.

George Wellington Greene

Gertrude (Earl) Greene

Helen May Davis

Jean Barnes