AB, Western Reserve University, 1924. Doctor of Medicine, Western Reserve University, 1927. Master of Arts (Crile research fellow pathology 1928-1929), Western Reserve University, 1929.
Intern, St. Vincent's Charity Hospital, Cleveland, 1927-1928;
resident pathology, Cleveland City Hospital, 1929-1931;
pathologist, St. Vincent's Charity Hospital, 1931-1935;
volunteer assistant to, Professor Erdheim, Vienna, Austria, 1931-1932;
pathologist, West Pennsylvania Hospital, Pittsburgh, 1935-1944;
pathologist, St. Joseph's Hospital, Pittsburgh, 1944-1954;
director research laboratory, Industrial Health Foundation, Mellon Institute
also senior fellow Institute, Industrial Health Foundation, Mellon Institute, 1948-1968;
advisory fellow, Industrial Health Foundation, Mellon Institute, 1968-1997;
Adjunct Professor pathology industrial diseases, Graduate School Public Health. U. Pittsburgh, 1960-1968;
research professor, Graduate School Public Health, U. Pittsburgh, 1968-1971;
Adjunct Professor, Graduate School Public Health, U. Pittsburgh, 1971-1976;
Fellow American College of Physicians. Member American College Chest Physicians, Industrial Medical Association, College American Pathologists, American Thoracic Society, American Industrial Hygiene Association (honorary), American Association Pathologists and Bacteriologists, International Academy Pathology, American Society Clinical Pathologists, American Medical Association, American Society Experimental Pathology.
Married Dorothy J. Mulac, August 4, 1930. Children: Julianne Gross Sauvageot, Paul James, Peter Martin, John Edwin.