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Pharmacist

John Uri Lloyd, American pharmacist. awarded honor medals by American Pharm.

Background

Lloyd, John Uri was born on April 19, 1849 in W. Bloomfield, New York, United States. Son of Nelson Marvin and Sophia (Webster) Lloyd.

Education

Educated private schools, Florence, Burlington and Petersburg, Kentucky. Honorary the Master of Philisophy, Philadelphia College of Pharmacy, 1890. Doctor of Philisophy, University of Ohio, 1897.

Doctor of Laws, Wilberforce University. Doctor of Science, University of Cincinnati, 1916. Doctor of Medicine Eclectic Medical College, Cincinnati, 1921.

Career

Professor pharmacy, Cincinnati College Pharmacy, 1883-1887. Professor of chemistry, since 1878, president, 1896-1904, Eclectic Medical Institute. Associate editor Pharmaceutical Review to 1909, Eclectic Medical Journal, Eclectic Medical Gleaner.

President Lloyd Brothers, Pharmacists Inc. Outside of profession has investigated dialect, superstition and folk-lore of Northern Kentucky. President Lloyd Library and Museum.

Revised Cleaveland’s Pronouncing Medical Dictionary, 1881. Author: Etidorhpa, The End of Earth, 1895. Stringtown on the Pike, 1900.

Warwick of the Knobs, 1901. Red Head, 1903; Scroggins, 1904. Has especially investigated plant chemistry and phytochemistry as applied to medicines, alkaloids, glucosids and proximate principles, precipitates in fluid extracts, and phenomena of capiltarity.

Editor: History of the Vegetable Drugs of the Pharmacopeia of the United States, 1911. A Study of Digitalis, 1912. And of Coca (with J. T. Lloyd), 1913.

History of the Discovery of the Alkaloidal Affinities of Hydrous Aluminum Silicate, 1915. Continued Study in Adsorption—Kryptonine, 1916. Echinacea Angustifolia, 1917.

A Study in Solvents, 1917. History of the Vegetable Drugs of the United States Pharmacopeia, 1920. Felix Moses, the Beloved Jew, 1930.

Physics in Pharmacy (with Doctor Wolfgang Ostwald, Leipzig, Germany, 5 parts issued). Four times awarded honor medals by American Pharmaceutical Association, receiving Remington honor medal, 1920, for research work in colloidal chemistry. Home: Cincinnati, O.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: Etidorhpa, The End of Earth, 1895. Stringtown on the Pike, 1900. Warwick of the Knobs, 1901.

      Red Head, 1903

    • Scroggins, 1904. Has especially investigated plant chemistry and phytochemistry as applied to medicines, alkaloids, glucosids and proximate principles, precipitates in fluid extracts, and phenomena of capiltarity. Editor: History of the Vegetable Drugs of the Pharmacopeia of the United States, 1911.

      A Study of Digitalis, 1912. And of Coca (with J. T. Lloyd), 1913. History of the Discovery of the Alkaloidal Affinities of Hydrous Aluminum Silicate, 1915.

      Continued Study in Adsorption—Kryptonine, 1916. Echinacea Angustifolia, 1917. A Study in Solvents, 1917.

      History of the Vegetable Drugs of the United States Pharmacopeia, 1920. Felix Moses, the Beloved Jew, 1930. Physics in Pharmacy (with Doctor Wolfgang Ostwald, Leipzig, Germany, 5 parts issued).

      Four times awarded honor medals by American Pharmaceutical Association, receiving Remington honor medal, 1920, for research work in colloidal chemistry.

Connections

Married Adeline Meader, December 27, 1876. Married second, Emma Rouse, June 10, 1880.

father:
Nelson Marvin Lloyd

mother:
Sophia (Webster) Lloyd

spouses:
Adeline Meader

Emma Rouse