Paul Dudley Lamson (1884-1962) biographical file
- 1939 - 2002
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Lamson left Johns Hopkins to join the Vanderbilt medical faculty as the first Professor of Pharmacology in 1925. Lamson served as a professor and as head of the department from his arrival until 1952. He was editor of the Journal of Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics from 1937-1940, and he was elected vice president of the American Association for the Advancement of Science in 1943. Lamson is widely regarded for his pivotal research in the development of the remedy for hookworm disease.
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