Franklin Pearce Reagan

Franklin Pearce Reagan

Fellow: Awarded 1926
Field of Study: Organismic Biology & Ecology

Competition: US & Canada

Education: University of California, Berkeley

As published in the Foundation’s Report for 1926–27:

Reagan, Franklin Pearce: Appointed for the continuation of studies of structure and development of the earliest blood vessels of Mammalian Embryos, at the anatomical laboratories of the Universities of London and Edinburgh (much of the investigation to be in collaboration with Professor Arthur Robinson of the University of Edinburgh); tenure twelve months from January 1, 1926.

Born June 26, 1890, at Sheridan, Indiana. Education: Indiana University, A.B., 1913; Princeton University, Ph.D., 1916; Donaldson Research Fellowship, Indiana University, 1910–11; Class of 1877 Fellowship in Comparative Anatomy, 1913–15, Charlotte Elizabeth Proctor Fellowship, 1916, and Porter Ogden Jacobus Fellowship, 1917, Princeton University.

Instructor in Anatomy, University of Illinois Medical School, 1918–19; Assistant Professor of zoology, University of California, 1919–26. Appointed Associate Professor of Anatomy, Indiana University, for 1927—.

Publications: Articles in American Journal of Anatomy, Anatomical Record, Journal of Experimental Zoology, Proceedings of the Anatomical Society of Great Britain, Journal of Anatomy, and Publications of the University of California, Zoological Series.

 

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