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physician

Yale Kneeland, American physician. Served as colonel medical corps United States Army, 1942-1945, senior consultant infectious disease, E.T.O.; Fellow American College Physicians; member American Society Clinical Investigation, Association American Physicians, Phi Beta Kappa, Alpha Omega Alpha.

Background

Kneeland, Yale was born on July 18, 1901 in Rumson, New Jersey, United States. Son of Yale and Anna Ilsley (Ball) Kneeland.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Yale, 1922. Doctor of Medicine Columbia, 1926.

Career

Interne Presbyterian Hospital, New York City, 1926-1928. Assistant in medicine College of Physicians and Surgeons, Columbia, 1928-1931, instructor medicine, 1931-1934, associate in medicine, 1934-1939, assistant professor medicine, 1939-1947, associate professor 1947-1958, professor, 1958-1967, professor of medicine, 1967-1970. Attending physician Presbyterian Hospital, New York City, 1945-1970.

Clinical director Columbia service Goldwater Memorial Hospital, New York City. Consulting physicians Sharon (Connecticut) Hospital, St. Francis Hospital, Poughkeepsie, New York. Civilian expert consultant to War Department.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor of articles on infectious diseases to medical journals.

Membership

Served as colonel medical corps United States Army, 1942-1945, senior consultant infectious disease, E.T.O. Fellow American College Physicians. Member American Society Clinical Investigation, Association American Physicians, Phi Beta Kappa, Alpha Omega Alpha.

Clubs: Union, Century Association (president 1964-1968), Grolier (New York City, New York ).

Connections

Married Deborah Dyer, January 4, 1930. Children: Hopeton Drake, Deborah Van Dyck, Yale, III, Anne Ball.

father:
Yale Kneeland

mother:
Anna Ilsley (Ball) Kneeland

spouse:
Deborah Dyer

children:
Hopeton Drake Kneeland

Deborah Van Dyck Kneeland

Yale Kneeland

III Kneeland

Anne Ball Kneeland