American Association of Pathologists and Bacteriologists

American Association of Pathologists and Bacteriologists

Established in 1901 to be a National Society devoted to the advancement of the interests of the Medical Sciences as distinct from the clinical side of medicine.

The AAPB took the "Journal of the Boston Society of Medical Sciences", and renamed it the "Journal of Medical Research". The first issue was in July 1901.

In 1924 the Council voted to give up the "Journal of Medical Research" and with a grant from the General Education Board of the Rockefeller Foundation, the AAPB started the American Journal of Pathology as of January 1, 1925, noting on the cover that it was a continuation of the "Journal of Medical Research".

Past Presidents

1901 - William T. Councilman
1902 - William T. Howard Jr.
1903 - Ludvig Hektoen
1904 - Eugene Hodenpyl
1905 - Simon Flexner
1906 - James Ewing
1907 - William H. Welch
1908 - Aldred S. Warthin
1909 - Harold C. Ernst
1910 - Frank B. Mallory
1911 - Edwin R. LeCount
1912 - Richard M. Pearce Jr.
1913 - Herbert U. Williams
1914 - John J. MacKenzie
1915 - Leo Loeb
1916 - John F. Anderson
1914 - William H. Park
1918 - Eugene L. Opie
1919 - Oskar Klotz
1920 - H. Gideon Wells
1921 - Howard T. Karsner
1922 - Harry T. Marshall
1923 - Paul A. Lewis
1924 - Theobald Smith
1925 - Harold E. Robertson
1926 - Augustus B. Wadsworth
1927 - Hans Zinsser
1928 - James W. Jobling
1929 - Edward Bell Krumbhaar
1930 - George H. Whipple
1931 - George R. Callender
1932 - Ward J. MacNeal
1933 - E(lexious) T. Bell
1934 - Oswald T. Avery
1935 - William Boyd
1936 - S. Burt Wolbach
1937 - N. Chandler Foot
1938 - Esmond R. Long
1939 - Earl B. McKinley died July 29, 1938 - Vice President Carl T. Weller presided
1940 - Carl T. Weller
1941 - S. Bayne-Jones
1942 - Samuel R. Haythorn
1943 - Paul R. Cannon
1944 - Paul R. Cannon
1945 - Paul R. Cannon
1946 - Paul R. Cannon
1947 - Wiley D. Forbus
1948 - Malcolm H. Soule
1949 - Ernst W. Goodpasture
1950 - Shields Warren
1951 - Tracy B. Mallory
1952 - Robert A. Moore
1953 - William H. Feldman
1954 - James B. McNaught
1955 - G. Lyman Duff
1956 - Edwin W. Schultz
1957 - Granville A. Bennett
1958 - Sidney Farber
1959 - Alan R. Moritz
1960 - Douglas H. Sprunt
1961 - John G. Kidd
1962 - D. Murray Angevine
1963 - Sidney C. Madden
1964 - Edward A. Gall
1965 - William B. Wartman
1966 - Thomas D. Kinney
1967 - Patrick J. Fitzgerald
1968 - John R. Carter
1969 - Robert W. Wissler
1970 - J. Lowell Orbison
1971 - Robert E. Stowell
1972 - Chandler A. Stetson
1973 - Henry D. Moon
1974 - Kenneth M. Brinkhous
1975 - D. W. King Jr.


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