Harold F. Blum
Harold F. Blum
Competition: US & Canada
University of California, Berkeley
As published in the Foundation’s Report for 1935–36:
BLUM, HAROLD FRANCIS: Appointed for the writing of a monograph on biological photosensitization: research in European laboratories and consultation with European authorities; tenure, eight months from December 15, 1936.
Born February 12, 1899, at Escondido, California. Education : University of California, A.B., 1922, Ph.D., 1927. Harvard Medical School, 1923–24; Laboratoire Maritime de Concarneau, France, and the University of Liège, Belgium, 1933.
Biologist, 1921–22, San Francisco Bay Marine Piling Committee; Assistant in Physiology, 1924–27, Assistant Professor, 1930—, University of California; Assistant Professor of Physiology, 1927–28, University of Oregon; Instructor in Physiology, 1928–30, Harvard University Medical School.
Publications: Articles in University of California Publications in Zoölogy, American Journal of Physiology, University of California Publications in Physiology, Physiological Zoölogy, Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine, Biological Bulletin, Physiological Review, Annals of Internal Medicine, Copeia, Journal of Cellular and Comparative Physiology, Plant Physiology, Journal of Physical Chemistry, Archives Internationales de Physiologie, Bulletin de L’Institut Océanographique, Journal of Clinical Investigation, American Naturalist, Cold Spring Harbor Symposia on Quantitative Biology.