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Leo Henry Garland

educator , physician

Leo Henry Garland, Irish physician, educator. Served as commander of The United States Navy Reserve, 1942-1946.; Club: Bohemian (San Francisco).

Background

Garland, Leo Henry was born on March 30, 1903 in Dublin, Ireland. Son of John Peter and Mary M. (Martin) Garland.

Education

Student Belvedere and Castleknock College, 1911-1919. Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery, B.A.O., U. College Medical School, 1924. Graduate study London, England., 1924-1925, San Francisco, 1925-1927.

Doctor of Medicine, University College Dublin, 1960.

Career

Came to the United States, naturalized, 1931. International Richmond and Rotunda hospitals, Dublin, 1924. Radiologist St. Mary’s Hospital, San Francisco, 1927-1929.

Clinical instructor Stanford, 1929-1932, assistant professor, 1932-1943, clinical professor radiology, 1948-1960. Clinical professor radiology University of California, since 1960. Consultant Armed Forces Institute Pathology, United States Public Health Services, Army, Navy, VA. Chairman committee cancer diagnosis and therapy National Research Council.

Works

  • Author sects. medical books and articles in medical journals.

Membership

Served as commander of The United States Navy Reserve, 1942-1946. Club: Bohemian (San Francisco).

Connections

Married Edith Isabel Dohrmann, July 6, 1928. Children: Edith M. (Mistress J. Merrifield, Junior.

father:
John Peter Garland

mother:
Mary M. (Martin) Garland

spouse:
Edith Isabel Dohrmann

children:
Edith M. (Mistress J. Merrifield Garland

Jr Garland