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Sol Haberman

microbiologist , educator

Sol Haberman, American microbiologist, educator. Recipient of award of merit Texas Society Pathology. Diplomate American Board Microbiology.


Haberman, Sol was born on January 15, 1914 in Chicago, Illinois, United States. Son of Nathan and Eva (Yankovitch) Haberman.


A.S., N. Texas Agricultural College, 1934. Southern Methodist U., 1935. Bachelor of Arts, Univercity Texas, 1936, Master of Arts, 1937.

Doctor of Philosophy., Ohio State University, 1941.


1 son, Hardy Kemp. Bacteriologist, immunologist Baylor University Hospital, from 1939. Instructor College Medicine, Baylor University, 1941-1943, professor College Dentistry, 1947, Graduate School, from 1950. Associate professor Southwestern Medical College, 1943-1952.

Lecturer bacteriology Southern Methodist U.,1947-1950. Assistant director Wadley Research Institute and Blood Center, 1952-1956. Director microbiology department pathology, Baylor University Medical Center, now director graduate studies Dallas div.

Graduate School College Dentistry. President immuno-hematology section 5th Congress International Society Hematology, Paris, France, 1954. Medical advisory board Leukemia Society.


  • Author: Laboratory Manual for Dental Bacteriology, 1953. Associate editor various proceedings International Society Hematology. Editor newsletter American Board Microbiology.

    Contributor professional publications.


Fellow American Academy Microbiology, American College, Dentists, American Association Advancement of Science. Member International Society Hematology (past secretary-general Western Hemisphere), Society American Bacteriologists, American Association Immunologists, American Association University Professors, American Society Human Genetics, American Academy of Forensic Science, Sigma Xi, Omicron Kappa Upsilon, also Sigma Pi Sigma, Beta Beta Beta, Phi Delta Epsilon.


Married Carleta Jeanne Rambo, May 14, 1948.

Nathan Haberman

Eva (Yankovitch) Haberman

Carleta Jeanne Rambo