Velardo, Joseph Thomas
VELARDO, Joseph Thomas
VELARDO, Joseph Thomas. American, b. 1923. Genres: Biology, Medicine/Health, Education, Gerontology/Senior issues, Zoology, Documentaries/Reportage. Career: President and Director-R & D, University Research Systems; Professor of Anatomy, Stritch School of Medicine, Loyola University, Chicago, 1967-88; Chairman 1967-73. Consultant, director, International Basic and Biomedical Curricula, since 1973. Advisory Council, International Biographical Center, Cambridge, England, since 1990. Charter Member, U.S. Presidential Task Force Committee, Washington, D.C., since 1988. Member, U.S. Senate Inner Circle, Washington, D.C., since 1988, Senate Commission, 1991-. Research Fellow in Biology, 1952-53, Research Associate in Pathology, 1953-54, and Researsh Associate in Surgery, 1954-55, Harvard University Graduate School and Harvard Medical School, Cambridge and Boston, Massachusetts; Assistant in Surgery, Peter Bent Brigham and Women's Hospital, Boston, 1954-55; Assistant Professor of Anatomy and Endocrinology, Yale University School of Medicine, New Haven, Conn., 1955-61; Director, Institute for the Study of Human Reproduction, 1962-67. Co-Ed., CME (Journal of Continuing Medical Education), 1964-67; medical and scientific programs and policies, consultant/writer and organizer. Publications: (ed. and contrib.) The Endocrinology of Reproduction, 1958; The Essentials of Human Reproduction, 1958; The Uterus, 1959; (co-author) Enzymes in the Female Genital System, 1963; (co-ed. and contrib.) Biology of Reproduction: Basic and Clinical Studies, 1972. Address: 607 E. Wilson Ave, Old Grove East, Lombard, IL 60148-4062, U.S.A.
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