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– Listed in “Men of Achievement”
– Board certifications: Pediatrics and Pediatric Allergy


 

1899 Born, June 15, 1899 in Pittsburgh PA
1921 BS degree, Univ. of Pittsburgh, PA
1924 MD degree, Univ of Pittsburgh, PA
1924-25 Internship at Passavant Hospital, Pittsburgh, PA
1927 Fellow in Pathology, Univ of Goettingen, Germany
1928-29 House Officer, Children’s Clinic, University of Vienna, Austria. Worked under Professor Clement von Pirquet who coined the word “allergy”
1929-32 Clinical Instructor of Pediatrics, Northwestern U School of Medicine
1930 Married Lois Maxine Adler (with whom he had four children)
1932-58 Attending Physician in Pediatrics and in Infectious Diseases at Los Angeles County General Hospital, Los Angeles, CA
1932-41 Attending in Pediatrics, Cedars of Lebanon Hospital, Los Angeles, CA
1932-51 Attending in Pediatrics, Los Angeles Children’s Hospital
1941-45 Commander, US Navy. Present as Senior Medical Officer on the USS Lenawee (APA-195) at the time of the Japanese surrender ceremony in Tokyo harbor.
1945-51 Chief of Pediatrics, Cedars of Lebanon Hospital, Los Angeles, CA
1945-51 Associate in Allergy, Los Angeles Children’s Hospital
1951 Joined Kaiser Foundation Hospital and Permanente Medical Group. Established all of the Departments of Allergy for Northern California.
1951 Married Helene Samuels Mayer, June 21
1951-69 Chief of Allergy, Kaiser Permanente Medical Center
1952-70 Chairman of Central Research Committee, Kaiser Foundation Hospitals of Northern California
1957-70 Director of the Laboratory of Medical Entomology
1969-82 Chief Emeritus, Department of Allergy, Kaiser Permanente Medical Center (Joint Administrative Division for Kaiser Foundation Hospitals and the Permanente Medical Group)
1982 Died, March 23