Author Biographical Info

Alvis Eugene Greer was born May 6, 1885, in Gallatin, Illinois. He earned his MD from Northwestern University in 1908 and received an Alpha Omega Alpha key at graduation. He spent two years at Harvard Postgraduate Medical School and served in the Army Medical Corps in World War I. Geer specialized in internal medicine and diseases of the chest. Taught at Baylor College of Medicine and was on staff at the Houston Tuberculosis Hospital, Memorial Hospital, and Jefferson Davis Hospital. He was a member of the American College of Chest Physicians, serving on its board of examiners from 1946 to 1952 and president from 1953 to 1954. He died in Houston on August 8, 1975, and is buried at Forest Park Cemetery.

Publication Date

1-28-2008

Keywords

Internal Medicine, Thoracic Surgery, Alvis Greer, newspaper clippings, notes (documents), reprints, typescripts, manuscripts (documents)

Abstract

Alvis Greer, MD Papers contains newspaper clippings, handwritten notes, article reprints, typescripts, manuscripts and editorials related to the career of Alvis Greer in internal medicine and chest surgery. See more at MS 047.

Comments

No accruals are expected for this collection.

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