Biochemist. Born– September 4, 1895, Shelbyville, Mo. Parents– George Frank and Amelia Grant (Tingle) Carmichael. Married– Lelah Marie Van Hook. Education– University of Colorado, A.B, 1918, M.S., 1922; University of Cincinnati, Ph.D., 1927.  Served in U.S. Army, WWI. Taught at the University of Colorado, 1919-1924; at the University of Cincinnati, 1926-27;  at the University of Alabama, 1927-45; and at the Medical College of Alabama, 1945-66. Served as assistant dean of the School of Dentistry at the Medical College. Author of many articles in journals; member of several professional and civic organizations.  Helped found the Alabama Academy of Honor. Recipient of citations from Central College, 1954, and the University of Alabama, 1966. Received the William Crawford Gorgas Award from the Medical Association of Alabama, 1966. Named to the Alabama Academy of Honor, 1973. Received the American Institute of Chemists’ Gold Medal, 1971.  Died November 14, 1985.

Source: Who’s Who in America, 1980.

Publication(s): Laboratory Manual of Physiological Chemistry. University, Ala.; University of Alabama, 1932.

Compiler_and_Editor: Bibliographies of the Members of the Faculty of the University of Alabama. University, Ala.; s.n., 1935. (annual supplements 1935-1940.)