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Norman Hayhurst Jolliffe, American physician. Recipient Carlos J. Findlay award public health work Republic Cuba, 1956; award, contribution to enrichment of bread American Bakers Association, 1956. Diplomate American Board Internal Medicine, American Board Preventive Medicine and Public Health.


Jolliffe, Norman Hayhurst was born on August 18, 1901 in Knob Fork, West Virginia, United States. Son of Clarence Franklin and Romanza (Hayhurst) Jolliffe.


Bachelor of Science, West Virginia University, 1923. Doctor of Medicine University and Bell Hospital Medical College, 1926.


; 1 son, Norman. Married second, Lillian Lebowitz, June 5, 1939. Intern Bellevue Hospital, New York City, 1927-1928, resident, 1929-1930, director medical services, psychiatric division, 1932-1945.

Instructor physiology New York University, 1930-1932, instructor, assistant professor, associate professor medicine, 1932-1945. Associate professor nutrition, school public health Columbia, 1945-1959, lecturer in public health nutrition, since 1959. Opened first nutrition clinic New York City Department of Health, 1945, director bureau nutrition, since 1949.


  • Other Work

    • Author: Reduce and Stay Reduced, 1952, revised edition 1957. The Reducing Diet Guide, 1952. Co-editor: Clinical Nutrition, 1950.

      Contributor professional journals.


Member Newfoundland international survey teams, 1944, 48. Member food, nutrition board National. Fellow New York Academy of Medicine, Harvey Society, American Physiological Society, American College Physicians.


Married Edna Suddaby, August 15, 1929 (deceased.; married second, Lillian Lebowitz, June 5, 1939.

Clarence Franklin Jolliffe

Romanza (Hayhurst) Jolliffe

Lillian Lebowitz

Edna Suddaby