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consultant , emeritus anatomy educator

Roy Orval Greep, emeritus anatomy educator, consultant. Recipient Sir Henry Dale medal Society for Endocrinology (Great Britain), 1967, Gregory Pincus Memorial Lectures medal 1973.

Background

Greep, Roy Orval was born on October 8, 1905 in Longford, Kansas, United States. Son of Mathius Eric Greep and Ella Greep Barringer.

Education

Master of Science, Kansas State University, 1932, Doctor of Philosophy., 1934, Doctor of Science (honorary), 1968. A.M. (honorary), Harvard University, 1946. Doctor of Science (honorary), University Buffalo, 1960, University Sheffield, England, 1971.

Dean School Dental Medicine, Harvard University, 1952-1967, professor anatomy Harvard Medical School, Boston, 1955-1974, emeritus, since 1974, John Rock professor population studies Harvard School Public Health, 1967-1972, professor emeritus, since 1974. Project director Ford Foundation, New York City, 1973-1975.

Career

Dean School Dental Medicine, Harvard University, 1952-1967, professor anatomy Harvard Medical School, Boston, 1955-1974, emeritus, since 1974, John Rock professor population studies Harvard School Public. Editor: Histology, 1954, 3d review edition, 1973.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Editor: Histology, 1954, 3d review edition, 1973. Reproductive Physiology, vols. I-IV, 1974-1983

    • Human Fertility and Population Problems, 1963.

      Co-editor: Handbook of Physiology, 7 vols., 1973-1976.

Religion

God created humans to be able to innovate and evaluate new forms of living that will encourage development of the fullest potential in individuals.

Politics

When seeking to address certain political issues, the Church must engage with other denominations to understand their views and needs.

Views

All persons, regardless of age, gender, marital status, or sexual orientation, are entitled to have their human and civil rights ensured and to be protected against violence.

Membership

Member Endocrine Society (president 1966, Fred Conrad Koch award 1971, Distinguished Leadership award 1978), International Society Endocrinology (president 1968-1972), Society Experimental Biology and Medicine 1967 (president 1969-1971, Federal Housing Administration Marshall award Society Study Fertility, 1986, Laurentian Hormone Conference, Inc. (president 1972-1985). Club: Aesculapian (Boston).

Connections

Married Eunice Estelle Hauserman, September 5, 1931. Children– Ann, Marjorie, Nancy.

father:
Mathius Eric Greep

mother:
Ella Greep Barringer

spouse:
Eunice Estelle Hauserman

children:
Ann Greep

Marjorie Greep

Nancy Greep