Paul Louis Day Edit Profile
Bachelor of Arts, Willamette U., 1921. Master of Arts, Columbia, 1923, Doctor of Philosophy, 1927. Doctor of Laws (honorary), University of Arkansas, 1960.
Began career as instructor chemistry Columbia Junior College, Milton, Oregon, 1921-1922. Professor of chemistry Montana Wesleyan College, Helena, 1923-1925. Assistant in chemistry Columbia, 1925-1927.
Professor, head biochemistry, school medicine U. Arkansas, 1927-1958, assistant dean graduate school, 1956-1958. Science director United States Food and Drug Administration, Department Health, Edition and Welfare, 1959-1961. Scientific administrator, extramural programs, National Institutes of Health, 1962.
Member science advising committee National Vitamin Foundation, 1953-1956. Nutrition Foundation, Inc., 1960-1962. Member food and nutrition board National Research Council.
1953-1959; Member governing board Institute Laboratory Animal Resources, 1955-1958. Served as private United States Army, 1918. Member American Medical Association (affiliate), American Institute Nutrition (president 1953), American Chemical Society (chairman central Arkansas section 1952), American Society Biological Chemists, Southern Society Clinical Research (founder.
Member editorial board Journal of Nutrition, 1948-1952, Proceedings Society Experimental Biology and Medicine, 1952-1953, Proceedings Animal Care Panel, from 1958.
Married Mildred Garrett, June 22, 1922. Children: Peggy Day Leppmann, Dorothy Day Ciarlo.