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Henry Nelson Harkins, American surgeon. American College of Surgeons fellow; member of the American Medical Association, American Federation for Clinical Research, American Physiological Society, Institute Medicine Chicago, Central Surgical Association (founder.

Background

Harkins, Henry Nelson was born on July 13, 1905 in Missoula, Montana, United States. Son of William Draper and Anna Louise (Hatheway) Harkins.

Education

Bachelor of Science, University Chicago, 1925, Master of Science, 1926, Doctor of Philosophy., 1928. Doctor of Medicine Rush Medical College, 1931. Postgraduate work, U. Edinburgh, and National Hospital, London, 1933.

Guggenheim Memorial fellow in surgery, U. Edinburgh, U. Ghent, U. Frankfurt-am-Main, U. Uppsala, 1938-1939.

Career

Interne, Presbyterian Hospital, Chicago, 1930-1931. Douglas Smith fellow in medicine University of Chicago, 1926-1928, in surgery, 1934, assistant resident in surgery, 1931-1936, instructor in surgery, chief resident surgeon, 1936-1938. Associate surgeon Henry Ford Hospital, Detroit, 1939-1943.

General surgeon Madigan Army Hospital. Consultant surgeon Seattle Veterans Administration Hospital. Attending surgeon University Hospital.

Consultant surgeon King County Hospital Secretary sub-committee shock Office of Scientific Research and Development, National Research Council, 1943-1945. Member hematology study section National Institutes of Health 1948-1949, member surgery study section, 1950-1955, member general medical study section, 1960-1965. Research assistant, assistant professor physiological chemistry, Yale, 1943.

Associate professor surgery, Johns Hopkins University Medical School, 1943-1947. Professor surgery U. Washington, since 1947, department chairman surgery, 1947-1964. Professor surgery pro tern U. Cincinnati, 1960, Marquette U., 1962.

Ball visiting professor surgery U. Indiana, 1965. Sir Edwin Tooth visiting professor U. Queensland, Brisbane, Australia, 1965. 1st Swedish Government visiting professor U. Lund, 1965, U. Gothenburg, 1966.

McGraw lecturer Wayne State University, 1941. Trona lertr. U. Arizona, 1944. Clagett lector U. Colorado, 1955.

Phemister lecturer University of Chicago, 1960. Hale-McMillan lecturer Meharry Medical College 1962. Lee lecturer University of Pennsylvania, 1964.

Judd lecturer University of Minnesota, 1964. Rives lecturer Louisiana State Medical School, 1965. Editor-in-chief, Quarterly Review Surgery, 1943-1961, Review Surgery, since 1962.

Regent, National Library Medical, 1962-1965. Managing editor, Bulletin Johns Hopkins Hospital, 1944-1947. Editorial board Pacific Medicine and Surgery, since 1948.

First Lieutenant, Medical Reserve, 1931-1936. Diplomate National Board Medical Examiners, American Board of Surgical.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Editor-in-chief, Quarterly Review Surgery, 1943-1961, Review Surgery, since 1962. Regent, National Library Medical, 1962-1965. Managing editor, Bulletin Johns Hopkins Hospital, 1944-1947.

      Editorial board Pacific Medicine and Surgery, since 1948. First Lieutenant, Medical Reserve, 1931-1936. Diplomate National Board Medical Examiners, American Board of Surg.

Membership

American College of Surgeons fellow. Member of the American Medical Association, American Federation for Clinical Research, American Physiological Society, Institute Medicine Chicago, Central Surgical Association (founder.

Connections

Married Jean Hamilton Trester, June 19, 1937. Children: Pamela Jean (Mistress.

father:
William Draper Harkins

mother:
Anna Louise (Hatheway) Harkins

spouse:
Jean Hamilton Trester

child:
Pamela Jean (Mrs Harkins