Greenwalt, Tibor J.
GREENWALT, Tibor J.
GREENWALT, Tibor J. American (born Hungary), b. 1914. Genres: Medicine/Health. Career: Professor Emeritus of Internal Medicine, University of Cincinnati College of Medicine. Director, Research Division, Hoxworth Blood Center, University of Cincinnati, 1987- (Director, 1979-87). Clinical Professor of Medicine, George Washington University School of Medicine, Washington, DC, and Director and Sr. Scientific Adviser, American Red Cross Blood Services, 1967-79; Sr. Member, Institute of Medicine, NAS, 1984. Publications: (with W. Dameshek and C. Dreyfus) Hemolytic Syndromes, 1942; (with S.A. Johnson) Coagulation and Transfusion in Clinical Medicine, 1965; (with G.A. Jamieson) Red Cell Membrane: Structure and Function, 1969; (with G.A. Jamieson) Formation and Destruction of Blood Cells, 1970; Transmissible Disease and Blood Transfusions, 1975; Trace Components of Plasma, 1976; The Granulocyte: Function and Clinical Utilization, 1977; Blood Substitutes and Plasma Expanders, 1978; The Blood Platelet in Transfusion Therapy, 1978; (with C.T. Smit Sibinga and P.C. Das) Future Developments in Blood Banking, 1986; Blood Transfusion, 1988; History of the International Society of Blood Transfusion 1935-1995, 2000. EDITOR: (and contrib.) Immunogenetics, 1968; (with G.A. Jamieson) Glycoproteins of Blood Cells and Plasma, 1971; (with G.A. Jamieson) The Human Red Cell in Vitro, 1973, 1974; (with E.A. Steane) Handbook in Clinical Laboratory Science: Blood Banking, 3 vols., 1977-81.