BLISS, ANDREW RICHARD, JR., 1887-1941

Biography:

Pharmacologist, professor of pharmacology, university dean. Born– November 10, 1887, New York, N.Y. Parents– Andrew Richard and Frances Revue (Sutton) Bliss. Married– Loretta Ann Deering, August 20, 1918. Education–Howard College; B.S., 1910, A,M., 1919; ¬†Columbia University, Ph.Ch., 1908, Ph.B., 1909;¬† University of Alabama, M.D., 1932. Taught at various schools in the South, including the University of Alabama, Emory University School of Medicine, the University of Tennessee School of Medicine (Dean of the School of Pharmacy, 1925-1933). His last post was head of the Department of Pharmacology and Dean of Pharmacy at Howard College, 1933-1941. Awarded Conspicuous Service Medal, Columbia University, 1932.¬† LL.D., Howard, 1932. Died August 12, 1941.

Source:

Who Was Who in America, Vol. 1.: ; James E. Sulzby Jr., Toward a History of Samford University.

Publication(s):

A Laboratory Manual of Elemental Qualitative Chemical Analysis …. Philadelphia; W. B. Saunders, 1918.

Joint_Publication(s):

The Essentials of Physiology and Pharmacodynamics. S.l. ; s.n, s.d.

A Laboratory Manual of Qualitative Chemical Analysis. Menasha, Wisc.; George Banta Pub. Co., 1928.

Physics and Chemistry for Nurses. Philadelphia; J. B. Lippincott, 1926.

Properties and Uses of Drugs. Philadelphia; Blakiston, 1930.

Qualitative Analysis. Menasha, Wisc.; George Banta, 1929.

A Text-book of Physics and Chemistry for Nurses. Philadelphia; J. B. Lippinott Co., 1916.