Human Infection Carriers. Their Significance, Recognition and Management

By: Simon, Charles E.

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1919 OVERVIEW OF HUMAN INFECTION CARRIERS PUBLISHED DURING GREAT INFLUENZA PANDEMIC INCLUDES STATE & MINICIPAL ORDINANCES AND QUARANTINE LAWS. 8 inches tall hardcover, brown cloth binding, blindstamped covers, gilt title to spine, xi, 250 pp, physician previous owner handstamp to front paste-down, Lane Library Duplicate handstamp to front and back flyleaves, no other marks, very good in custom mylar archival cover. CHARLES EDMUND SIMON (1866 - 1927) received his A.B. in 1888 from Johns Hopkins University and his M.D. in 1890 from the University of Maryland. He was an assistant resident at the Johns Hopkins Hospital for one year, and in 1897 he opened the first diagnostic laboratory in Baltimore. From 1910 until 1920, Simon served on the faculty of the University of Maryland. In 1920 he was appointed lecturer in medical zoology at the Johns Hopkins University School of Hygiene and Public Health. There he started the first known teaching program on filterable viruses in 1922 and compiled a large collection of virus specimens. He was later promoted to professor of filterable viruses. From the inception of the American Journal of Hygiene in 1921 to his death in 1927, Simon served as its managing editor.

Title: Human Infection Carriers. Their Significance, Recognition and Management

Author Name: Simon, Charles E.

Categories: Infectious Disease, Medicine:;Infectious disease,

Edition: First edition

Publisher: Philadelphia, Lea & Febiger: 1919

Seller ID: 824

Keywords: medicine; infectious disease; epidemiology