Frank C. Todd
Todd, Frank C. born 1869
in Minneapolis; two years work in the college of science,
literature and the arts; D. D. S. '91; M. D., '92; graduate work in eye, ear,
nose and throat in America and Europe; clinical assisting and ear.
1894-98; clinical professor eye and ear, 1898-1902; professor
diseases of eye and ear, 1902 to date; in charge of division; author of
many articles in technical and professional magazines dealing
with his specialty. See first edition.
William Alexander Jones
William Alexander Jones born 1859 at St. Peter Minnesota was an early faculty member. He was a graduate of
the Medical Department of the University of the City of New York in 1881. He was an assistant
physician at the St. Peter hospital for insane for four years and member of the
board of trustees. He became instructor of mental and nervous diseases when the
College of Medicine and Surgery opened in 1888. He
advanced to adjunct, then full professor of nervous and mental diseases in
1909, and retired from the faculty in 1913, after the reorganization by
President Vincent, as Professor Emeritus. Dr. Jones was active in medical
affairs, and was president of the Hennepin
County and Minnesota
State Medical Association and vice-president of the American Medical Association
and member of the State Board of Health. He was an attending to City Hospital
and chief of staff at Northwestern, St. Mary’s, Asbury, Norwegian and
Swedish hospitals. He was editor of the Northwestern
Lance the Journal of the
Minnesota Medical Association, renamed Journal
Lancet from 1901 to 1931.
Green, Charles Lyman was born on Sept. 21, 1862, in Gray, Maine.
Educated at Portland High School, in Portland, Maine; Ann Arbor,
Michigan University; M.D., 1890; graduate work in London. 1890-91; Johns Hopkins, 1893; Harvard. 1894. Home
physician. city and county physician, St. Paul, 1891; attending
physician. City and county hospital, St. Luke’s hospital, St. Paul free
dispensary; medical director of the Minnesota
mutual life insurance company; member of the State board of health; instructor
in applied anatomy. University of Minnesota, 1891-93;
physical diagnosis and clinical medicine, 1893-97;
clinical professor 1897-1903; professor of theory and
practice of medicine, .1903 to 1907. Professor and chief of the department to date; Specialist, internal
medicine; member of the Association of American physicians; American medical
association. Author of "New Method of
Controlling- Pernicious Vomiting-," "Widal
Reaction;" "Diago Reaction;"
"Early Recognition of Aneurism of the Arctic Arch;" "New-
Fluoroscopic and Percussion Sign of Unilateral Pleuritic
"Medical Examination for Life Insurance and its Associated Clinical
Methods; "A Manual of Medical Diagnosis."