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Samuel Pollock Harbison. II Edit Profile

Surgeon

Samuel Pollock Harbison, II, American surgeon. Decorated Legion of Merit. Diplomate American Board Surgery. Served lieutenant colonel Military Cross, Australia, 1942-1946.; American College of Surgeons fellow (secretary 1962-1968, 1st vice president 1971); member Excelsior Surgical Society, American, Central Surgical associations, Society U. Surgeons.

Background

II, Samuel Pollock Harbison, was born on March 15, 1909 in Sewickley, Pennsylvania, United States. Son of Ralph Warner and Helen (Harris) H.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Princeton, 1931. Doctor of Medicine Cornell, 1936.

Career

1 son, Samuel Pollock III. Intern Barnes Hospital, St. Louis, 1937, resident surgeon, 1940-1941, instructor surgery, 1941-1946. Professor surgery School Medicine, U. Pittsburgh, from 1950, department chairman surgery, 1950-1963, associate dean, from 1963.

Membership

Served lieutenant colonel Military Cross, Australia, 1942-1946. American College of Surgeons fellow (secretary 1962-1968, 1st vice president 1971). Member Excelsior Surgical Society, American, Central Surgical associations, Society U. Surgeons.

Connections

Married Mary Jane Bierman, July 13, 1949.

father:
Ralph Warner H.

mother:
Helen (Harris) H.

spouse:
Mary Jane Bierman