George Emerson Brewer - Urology, Westfield (town), New York, University at Buffalo, The State University of New York
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. George Emerson Brewer, M.D. (1861-1939) was an American surgeon and urologist remembered for the eponymous Brewer infarcts. George Brewer was born on 28 July 1861 in Westfield, New York, the son of physician Francis B. Brewer. He graduated from Hamilton College in 1881 and studied medicine at the University of Buffalo and the College of Medicine at Harvard, graduating with a M.D. degree in 1885. He worked at the Columbia Hospital for Women and Johns Hopkins Hospital before starting work in New York in 1887. He also began teaching at the Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons. He became attending surgeon at the Roosevelt and Presbyterian Hospitals in New York. In 1893 he married Effie Leighton Brown of Chester, Pennsylvania. He was the founder, and first president, of the Society of Clinical Surgery, and was president of the American Surgical Association. He was president of the Clinical Congress of Surgeons of North America, and became surgical director of the Presbyterian Hospital in 1913. He was the author of Textbook on Surgery and Surgical Diagnosis.
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