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Psychiatrist

Irving Iskowitz Edgar, Polish psychiatrist. Diplomate American Board Neurology and Psychiatry. Member executive council American Jewish History Society, 1975; member Jewish History Society Michigan; Fellow American College Physicians, American Psychiatric Association (diplomate).

Background

Edgar, Irving Iskowitz was born on July 4, 1902 in Rozwadow, Poland, Austria-Hungary. Came to United States, 1910. Son of Asher Laser and Bella Gitel (Schlussel) Itzkowitz.

Education

Bachelor of Medicine, Wayne State University, 1926. Bachelor, Wayne State University, 1927. Doctor of Medicine, Wayne State University, 1927.

Master of Arts, Wayne State University, 1933.

Career

Intern Grace Hospital, Detroit, 1926-1927. Private practice medicine specializing in psychiatry, 1927-1986. Medical director Island View Adolescent Center, 1971-1974.

Consultant various hospitals, Detroit.

Achievements

  • Diplomate American Board Neurology and Psychiatry.

Works

Membership

Member executive council American Jewish History Society, 1975. Member Jewish History Society Michigan. Fellow American College Physicians, American Psychiatric Association (diplomate).

Connections

Married Gertrude Forman, November 6, 1971. Children: Joy Vronsky, David L., Richard S.

father:
Asher Laser Itzkowitz

mother:
Bella Gitel (Schlussel) Itzkowitz

spouse:
Gertrude Forman

child:
Joy Vronsky Edgar

child:
David L. Edgar

child:
Richard S. Edgar