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Science writer , wood sculptor

Jo Pinnell Goulson, American science writer, wood sculptor.


Goulson, Jo Pinnell was born on July 31, 1926 in Birmingham, Alabama, United States. Daughter of John W. and Frances (Moores) Pinnell.


Bachelor of Science, University Alabama, 1947. Postgraduate, Yale University, 1948. Postgraduate, Woman's Medical College, 1950.

Postgraduate, University Michigan, 1950. Master of Science in Public Health, University North Carolina, 1954.


Research assistant School Medicine, University North Carolina, Chapel Hill, 1954-1961, research associate Center Research in Toxicology, 1965-1967, edition consultant Schools Medicine and Dentistry, 1968, research associate Dental Research Center, 1968-1982, lecturer science writing, coordinator continuing education department parasitology, since 1977. President Carolina Designer Craftsmen, 1981-1983.


President Chapel Hill chapter Church Women United, 1972. Member American Association for the Advancement of Science, American Medical Writers Association, Society Technology Communication, International Association Business Communications, New York Academy of Sciences, University North Carolina Public Health Alumni Association (secretary 1979-1980, chair technical session 1984-1985, member planning commission 1984-1985), North Carolina Federation Women's Club (district president 1968-1972), Sigma Xi, Alpha Epsilon Delta, Delta Omega. Clubs: Chapel Hill Women's (president 1985-1986).


  • Other Interests

    Wood sculpture, percussionist.


Married Hilton T. Goulson, August 21, 1954. Children: Daniel Thomas, Amy Frances.

John W. Pinnell

Frances (Moores) Pinnell

Hilton T. Goulson

Daniel Thomas Goulson

Amy Frances Goulson