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Psychiatrist

Kurt Eugene Rose, German psychiatrist. member of staff, fellow Judge Baker Guidance Center, Boston, 1946-1947; Served to major Military Cross, Australia, 1942-1946. Diplomate American Board Psychiatry and Neurology.; Member American Psychiatric Association, Boston Psychoanalytic Institute.

Background

Rose, Kurt Eugene was born on October 7, 1909 in Worms, Germany. Son of Eugene and Mina (Kahn) Rose.

Education

Doctor of Medicine, University Zurich (Switzerland), 1935. Graduate Boston Psychoanalytic Institute, 1957.

Career

Intern Utah Eastern State Hospital, Provo, 1936-1937, assistant physician, 1938-1941, later assistant staff physician. Intern Holy Cross Hospital, 1937-1938, resident, 1941-1942. Senior physician Norwich (Connecticut) Eastern State Hospital, 1946.

Member of staff, fellow Judge Baker Guidance Center, Boston, 1946-1947. Practice medicine, specializing in psychiatry, 1948-1972. Research consultant Habit Clinic (now Douglas A. Thorn Clinic).

Psychiatrist VA Mental Hygiene Clinic, Boston, also James Putnam Children’s Center, 1948-1954. Associate psychiatrist Children’s Medical Center, Harvard, 1954-1959. Training psychiatrist Emma Pendleton Bradley Home, 1957-1968.

Private practice, 1959-1972. Consultant Providence (Rhode Island) Child Guidance Clinic, Rhode Island Medical Center, St. Mary’s Home, Providence, United States Naval Hospital, Newport, Rhode Island, St. Aloysius Home. School psychiatrist, Portsmouth, Rhode Island.

Membership

Member of staff, fellow Judge Baker Guidance Center, Boston, 1946-1947. Served to major Military Cross, Australia, 1942-1946. Diplomate American Board Psychiatry and Neurology.

Member American Psychiatric Association, Boston Psychoanalytic Institute.

Connections

Married Marguerite Avery, August 2, 1952. Children: Jonathan A., Judith Annual.

father:
Eugene Rose

mother:
Mina (Kahn) Rose

spouse:
Marguerite Avery

children:
Jonathan A. Rose

Judith Ann Rose