Dr. John A. Kolmer - 1929

Kolmer, John Albert, physician; born in Lonaconing, Allegheny County, Maryland on April 24, 1886 to Leonard and Selma Louisa (Reichelt) Kolmer; graduated from Charlotte Hall Military Academy in 1904; M.D. University of Pennsylvania, 1908, Dr.P.H., 1914; M.Sc., Villanova College, 1915, D.Sc., 1921, LL.D., 1927; D.Sc. LaSalle College, 1935; L.H.D., St. Joseph's College, 1935; married B.Cecilia Herron, Sept 18, 1912. Professor of medicine, Temple University School of Medicine and School of Dentistry; Director of the Institute of Public Health and Preventive Medicine; consulting pathologist at St. Vincent's and Misericordia hospitals. Fellow A.M.A., College Physicians of Philadelphia, American College of Physicians; member of the American Association of Immunologists (President), American Society of Clinical Pathologists (President), Alpha Kappa, Sigma Xi, etc. Catholic. Author of: Infection, Immunity, and Biologic Therapy, 1915; Manual of Laboratory Diagnostic Methods, 1925; Chemotherapy and Treatment of Syphilis, 1926; Serum Diagnosis by Complement Fixation, 1928; Acute Infections Diseases (with Jay Frank Schamberg), 1928; Approved Laboratory Technic (with Fred Boerner), 1931; Clinical Immunology, Biotherapy and Chemotherapy (with Louis Tuft), 1941; Clinical Diagnosis by Laboratory Examinations, 1944; Penicillin Therapy, 1945. Contributor to Frazier's Spinal Surgery and Keen's surgery. Home: Bala-Cynwyd, Pennsylvania. Office: 2101 Pine Street, Philadelphia. Died December 11, 1962.

Who Was Who in America. Volume IV, 1961-1968.
Chicago: Marquis Who's Who, 1968, p.540.

image of Mendel statue on Villanova campus
Image of Mendel statue on Villanova campus

Brian Kobilka, MD - 2015

Brian Kobilka, MD - 2015

Villanova University has named Nobel Prize-winning Biochemist Brian Kobilka, MD, holder of the Helene Irwin Fagan Chair in Cardiology at Stanford University, as the recipient of its 2015 Mendel Medal, in recognition of his groundbreaking work on G-protein-coupled receptors in the human body, the structures through which cells sense and respond to chemical signals in the human body.

About Dr. John Albert Kolmer - 1929

Dr. John Albert Kolmer - 1929

Professor of Medicine at Temple University Medical School, Director, Research Institute of Cutaneous Medicine, Philadelphia.