McMANUS, JOSEPH FORDE ANTHONY, 1911-

Biography:

Physician, teacher. Born– July 13, 1911, in Blackville, New Brunswick, Canada. Parents– John Patrick Cantwell and Mary Clare Rose (Forde) McManus. Moved to United States, 1938; naturalized, 1947. Education– Fordham University, B.S., 1933; Queen’s University, Kingston, Canada, M.D., 1938. Married– Norma Rose Shumway on January 3, 1941. Children– Two. Served as assistant pathologist at Johns Hopkins Hospital, 1938-1940; Beit Memorial Fellow, Oxford, 1945-1946; taught at the University of Alabama, 1946-1950 and 1953-1961; University of Virginia, 1950-1953; Indiana University, 1961-1965; University of South Carolina, 1970; executive director, Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology; chaired the Department of Pathology at Alabama; dean, College of Medicine, South Carolina.

Source:

Who’s Who in America, 1976-1977.

Publication(s):

The Fundamental Ideas of Medicine; … Springfield, Ill.; Charles Thomas, 1963.

General Pathology; the Biological Aspects of Disease. Chicago; Year Book Medical Publishers, 1966.