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Richard Allen Albach

microbiology professor

Richard Allen Albach, American microbiology professor. Achievements include research in biology of parasitic protozoa. Recipient Trustees Research award Chicago Medical School, 1968, Teaching Professor of Year award, 1976, 78, 82; fellow Abbott Foundation, 1961; grantee National Institutes of Health, 1965-1978.

Background

Albach, Richard Allen was born on March 31, 1930 in Chicago, Illinois, United States. Son of Maurice and Martha (Silverman) Albach.

Education

Bachelor of Science, University Illinois, 1956. Master of Science, University Illinois, 1958. Doctor of Philosophy, Northwestern University, 1963.

Career

Assistant professor University of Health Sciences, Chicago Medical School, North Chicago, Illinois, 1968-1969, associate professor, 1969-1973, professor, 1973—2003, vice-chairman, 1975-1982, acting chairman, 1982-1983, professor emeritus, since 2003. Editorial consultant Yearbook Medical Publications, Chicago, 1975-1981. Visiting professor St. George's University School Medicine, Grenada, since 1992.

Achievements

  • Achievements include research in biology of parasitic protozoa.

Works

  • Contributor articles to professional journals.

Membership

With United States Army, 1953-1955. Fellow American Academy Microbiology (emeritus). Member American Society Microbiology, Society Protozoologists (executive committee 1984-1989, chairman awards committee 1995-1999), Illinois Society Microbiology (membership chairman 1969-1970).

Connections

Married Janice Elaine Boewe, January 23, 1962. Children: Michael, Karren, Kimala, David, Brian, Julie, Barry.

father:
Maurice Albach

mother:
Martha (Silverman) Albach

spouse:
Janice Elaine Boewe

children:
Michael Albach

Karren Albach

Kimala Albach

David Albach

Brian Albach

Julie Albach

Barry Albach