G. John Buddingh Biographical File

 Collection — Folder: 01
Identifier: EBL-1085

  • Staff Only
Buddingh, G. John (b. 1904)


Biographical file includes curriculum vitae, numerous photographs, and correspondence relating to the acquisition of information on Dr. Buddingh.


  • 1931 - 1977

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Historical or Biographical Note

A native of the Netherlands, Buddingh received his medical degree at Vanderbilt University in 1935, serving as an assistant and associate in pathology. He became an instructor in bacteriology in the School of Medicine in 1937, pathology in 1938, and rose to Professor of Bacteriology over the next eight years.

After leaving Vanderbilt in 1948, his distinguished career continued at the Louisiana State University School of Medicine as a Professor and Head of the Department of Microbiology.


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G. John Buddingh (b.1904) biographical file
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Description is inEnglish.

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Part of the VUMC Historical Images and Biographies Repository

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