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The Michael Heidelberger Papers

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[Curriculum Vitae of Michael Heidelberger]
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Heidelberger, Michael
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Biographical Information
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Resumes (personnel records)
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Series: MS C 245a (second finding aid)
SubSeries: Personal materials, 1909-1991
Folder: [Bibliography and curriculum vitae]
Curriculum Vitae
Michael Heidelberger
Home Address: 333 Central Park West New York, New York 10025
Birth: April 29, 1888 New York City
Education, Degrees:
Public Grammar School No. 6, New York City
Ethical Culture High School, New York City
Columbia University, B.S. 1908; A.M. 1909; Ph.D. 1911
1911-12 Federal Polytechnic Institute, Zurich
1947 Docteur Honoris Causa, Universite de Bordeaux
1949 Docteur Honoris Causa, Universite de Paris
1950 Doctor Honoris Causa, Uppsala University, Sweden
1952 Docteur Honoris Causa, Universite de Strasbourg
1956 Doctor of Medicine, Honoris Causa, University of Oslo, Norway
1959 Docteur Honoris Causa, Universite d'Aix-Marseille
1960 Docteur Honoris Causa, Universite de Nancy
1961 Doctor of Sciences, Honoris Causa, Rutgers, the State University, New Brunswick, New Jersey
1968 M.D., Honoris Causa, New York Medical College
1969 M.D., Honoris Causa, University of Turin
1970 D.Sc., Honoris Causa, Thomas Jefferson University
1973 Dr., hon. causa, University of Guadalajara.
1974 D.Sc., hon. causa, Columbia University.
1977 D. Sc., hon. causa, Rockefeller University.
1978 Sc.D., hon. causa, New York University.
1909 Assistant in Chemistry, supplementary term, Stevens Institute of Technology
1909 Assistant in Chemistry, summer session, Columbia University
1911 Assistant in Chemistry, summer session, Columbia University
1912-1927 Successively, Fellow, Assistant, Associate, Associate Member of the Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research
1927-1928 Chemist to Mount Sinai Hospital, New York City
1928- 1929 Associate Professor of Medicine, Columbia University
1928-1939 Chemist to the Medical Service, Presbyterian Hospital
1929-1945 Associate Professor of Biological Chemistry, Columbia University
1939- 1956 Chemist, Presbyterian Hospital and Vanderbilt Clinic, New York
1942-1946 Consultant to the Secretary of War
1945- 1948 Professor of Biochemistry, Columbia University
1948-1956 Professor of Immunochemistry, Columbia University; Emeritus 1956 -
1955-1964 Visiting Professor of Immunochemistry, Institute of Microbiology, Rutgers University
1964- Adjunct Professor of Pathology (Immunology), New York University
1956-present Emeritus Professor of Immunochemistry, Columbia University
1964-present Adjunct Professor of Pathology (Immunology), New York University School of Medicine
Societies, Honorary Memberships, Awards:
American Chemical Society
American Society of Biological Chemists
Harvey Society (President and Vice-president)
Sigma Xi
American Association for the Advancement of Science
American Society for Microbiology
American Society of Immunologists (President and Vice-president)
Societe Europeenne de Culture
American Academy of Microbiology
1929 A. Cressy Morrison Prize
1933 Ehrlich Silver Medal
1934,1936 John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Fellowship
1942 National Academy of Sciences
1949 Chevalier, Legion d'Honneur, France
1950 Honorary Member, Faculty of Chemistry and Pharmacy, University of Chile
1950 Honorary Member, Medical Society of Santiago, Chile
1950 Honorary Member, Chemical Society of Chile
1950 President, Section on Immunology, 5th International Congress for Microbiology
1952 Honorary Member, Societe de Biologie , Paris
1953 Co-chairman, Section of Immunology, 6th International Congress for Microbiology
1953 Share in Leopold II Award for cure of African sleeping sickness
1953 Officier, Ordre de Leopold II, Belgium
1953 Albert Lasker Award, American Public Health Association
1954 von Behring Award, University of Marburg
1957 Foreign Member, Royal Danish Academy of Sciences
1958 Honorary Member, Societe francaise de Microbiologie
1960 Honorary Member, British Society for Immunology
1960 Pasteur Medal, Swedish Medical Society
1961 Corresponding Member, Argentine Society for Microbiology
1961 Honorary Member, Faculty of Chemistry and Pharmacy, Universidad de Concepcion, Chile
1963 Foreign Member, Accademia Nazionale dei Lincei, Rome
1964 T. Duckett Jones Memorial Award, Helen Hay Whitney Foundation
1962 Hon. mem. Societe fracaise d' Allergie.
1964 Bronze Medal of the City of Paris
1966 Officier, Legion d'Honneur, France
1967 Honorary Member, Societe d'Immunologie, France
1967 National Medal of Science
1968 Medal, New York Academy of Medicine
1970 Honorary Member, Mexican Society for Allergy and Immunology
1970 Honorary Member, Graduate Faculties, University of Guadalajara
1970 Honorary Member, Collegium Internationale Allergologicum
1971 von Pirquet Gold Medal, Pirquet SOC. For Clinical Research
1973 Honorary Member, German Society for Immunology
1973 Gold Medal, Virchow Medical Society of New York
1975 Foreign Member, The Royal Society, England
1977 Shared Louisa Gross Horwitz Prize, Columbia University
1978 Honorary Member, Collegium of Chemists and Pharmacobiologists, State of Jalisco, Mexico
1978 Honorary Member, Medical Association and Collegium Medico, Jalisco, Mexico
1978 Honorary Member, American Academy of Allergy and Immunology
1978 Foreign Associate, National Academy of Medicine of France
1978 Claude Hudson Award, Carbohydrate Section, American Chemical Society
1978 Shared Albert Lasker Award in Clinical Medicine
1976 Honorary Life Member, New York Academy of Sciences
1979 Achievement Medal, Graduate Faculties Assn., Columbia Univ.
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