KRACKE, ROY RACHFORD, 1897-1950

Biography:

Physician. Born– Dec. 5, 1897, Hartselle, Ala. Parents– Henry August and Carrie Camilla (Puryear) Kracke. Married– Virginia Carolyn Minter, Oct. 17, 1925. Children– Six. Education– Alabama Polytechnic Institute, 1913-1914; University of Alabama, B.S., 1924; Rush Medical College, University of Chicago, M.D., 1927. Worked as a pharmacist, 1914-1917; U.S. Navy, 1917-1921; taught, University of Alabama, 1925-1926; taught, Emory University, 1926-1944; first Dean of the Medical College, University of Alabama in Birmingham, 1944-, where he taught pathology, bacteriology, and laboratory medicine. Awarded a certificate of merit for medical research by the American Medical Association, 1934; gold medal, American Society of Clinical Pathologists, 1935. Fellow, American College of Physicians; member; American Board of Pathology; American Medical Association; Medical Association of Georgia; Georgia Academy of Science; Phi Beta Pi; Phi Beta Kappa.

Source:

Who Was Who in America, Vol. 3; Lister Hill Library of the Health Sciences, University of Alabama in Birmingham.

Publication(s):

Color Atlas of Hematology, …. Philadelphia; Lippincott, 1947.

Diseases of the Blood and Atlas of Hematology. Philadelphia; Lippincott, 1937.

A Laboratory Manual of Bacteriology and Serology for Students of Medicine. Atlanta; Banner Press, s.d.

Editor:

A Textbook of Clinical Pathology. Baltimore; W. Wood & Co., 1938.