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Irving Hyman

neurologist , educator.

Irving Hyman, American neurologist, educator. Served lieutenant colonel, Military Cross, Australia, 1942-1945.; Fellow American Psychiatric Association; member of American Association for the Advancement of Science, American Association Research Nervous and Mental Disease, American Academy Neurology, Eastern Association Electroencephalographers.

Background

Hyman, Irving was born on August 12, 1908 in Buffalo. Son of Max and Rose (Dickman) Hyman.

Education

Bachelor of Science, University Buffalo, 1929, Doctor of Medicine 1935.

Career

Intern, resident neurology Buffalo General Hospital, 1935-1937, chief neurology and electroencephalography, since 1953, attending neurologist, since 1945. Resident neurology Montefiore Hospital, New York City, 1937-1938. Resident psychiatry Maudsley Hospital, London, England., 1938-1939.

Chief neurology and electroencephalography, attending neurologist Millard Fillmore Hospital. Buswell research fellow, professor neurology U. Buffalo, 1959-1961, Buswell professor neurology, department chairman, since 1959.

Works

  • Contributor science articles to professional publications.

Membership

Served lieutenant colonel, Military Cross, Australia, 1942-1945. Fellow American Psychiatric Association. Member of American Association for the Advancement of Science, American Association Research Nervous and Mental Disease, American Academy Neurology, Eastern Association Electroencephalographers.

Connections

Married Irma Cohen, December 31, 1937. Children: Susan (Mistress.

father:
Max Hyman

mother:
Rose (Dickman) Hyman

spouse:
Irma Cohen

child:
Susan (Mrs Hyman