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John M. Sheldon, American physician. Fellow American College Physicians, American Academy Allergy (president 1954-1955); member World Medical Association, American Medical Association, Central Society Clinical Episcopalian.

Background

Sheldon, John M. was born on November 2, 1905 in Percival, Iowa, United States. Son of Tilley Walter and Carrie (McFarland) Sheldon.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, University of Nebraska, 1927, Doctor of Medicine 1930.

Career

Interne University of Michigan Hospital, 1930-1931, assistant resident, Department Internal Medicine, 1931-1932. resident, 1932-1933. Instructor, University of Michigan Medical School, University Hospital, 1933-1937, assistant professor in internal medicine, 1937-1946. Associate professor, University of Michigan Medical School, 1946-1950, professor of internal medicine, since 1950, chairman department postgraduate medicine, since 1954, in charge of allergy section, University Hospital.

Allergist, health service, University of Michigan, since 1950. Private practice internal medicine, Ann Arbor, Michigan, since 1950. Medical consultant to the Armed Forces.

Entered Medical Corps, United States Army, 1942. Commanding officer, 298th General Hospital (University of Michigan affiliated unit). Discharge rank of colonel, January 1946.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: A Laboratory Manual on Allergy, 1951. Contributor many articles in medical journals.

Membership

Fellow American College Physicians, American Academy Allergy (president 1954-1955). Member World Medical Association, American Medical Association, Central Society Clinical Episcopalian. Clubs: International Correspondence of Allergy.

Connections

Married Eloise Herzog, April.

father:
Tilley Walter Sheldon

mother:
Carrie (McFarland) Sheldon

spouse:
Eloise Herzog