PhD, University of Pennsylvania, 1952
MA, University of Pennsylvania, 1951
MD, Harvard University, 1947
Tuberculosis. Our participation in research concerns pulmonary tuberculosis produced by aerosolized virulent bacilli in the rabbit model: Prevention, with new and old vaccines, and therapy with drugs to prevent liquefaction and cavity formation in this disease. This research involves a thorough gross- and histo-pathological study of the effects of the vaccines and drugs on this disease. My laboratory is now closed. I advise other laboratories on this type of research.
Honors and Awards
Delta Omega Public Health Honorary Society, Alpha Chapter (elected 1983); Society for Leukocyte Biology, Honorary Life Membership (awarded 1984). Special guest lecture, Inflammation Society of Japan, Tokyo, July 1990 School of Hygiene Dean's Lecture, 1/10/91 JHU Immunology Council lecture, 10/8/92 The Pathogenesis of Tuberculosis: A Symposium in Honor of Arthur M. Dannenberg, Jr., at JHSPH 10/6/2004. Listed in: American Men and Women of Science; Who's Who.