Marks, Ansel R.

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Marks, Ansel R.

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  • Marks, A. R.
  • Marks, Ansel Raymond

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1928-2019

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Ansel R. Marks from Brooklyn, NY (born 1928) earned his A.B. (Pre-med, 1949) and M.D. at Washington University School of Medicine in the Class of 1953. He served his residency (1956) in Brooklyn, NY at the Veteran's Administration Hospital No. 9.

As a medical student, he studied histamine in the blood under the direction of Helen Tredway Graham. Three of his lab notebooks on histamine, 1951-1953 are in the Helen Tredway Graham papers. Two of his published papers on histamine (1952-1954) with Graham and Oliver Lowry are also in the Helen Tredway Graham Papers. He was practicing in Middletown, New York in 1978 and 1987 as a urologist. In 2007, when he was executive secretary of the New York Board for Professional Medical conduct, the Federation of State Medical Boards awarded him the John H. Clark M.D. Leadership award. The award recognizes outstanding leadership, commitment to advancing the public good, and a dedication to advancing medical licensure and ? at the national and state level. He died January 8, 2019
Preliminary Finding Aid, Helen Tredway Graham Papers, Bernard Becker Medical Library, Washington University School of Medicine; American Medical Directory, 1956, page 1302, Washington University School of Medicine Bulletin, 1950 https://digitalcommons.wustl.edu/med_bulletins/51/; Washington University School of Medicine, Alumni Directory, 1978, 1987; Ansel Raymond Marks Obituary, http://m.applebee-mcphillips.com/obituaries/wall?obituaryId=4010589&albumId=1038039&openModal=album; Outlook, Washington University School of Medicine, August 2019, page 32

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St. Louis, MO, 1949--1953
Brooklyn, NY, 1949-1956
Middletown, NY, 1978-2019

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Physician, Urologist

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