Stanley W. Jacob, MD
Dr. Stanley Jacob graduated from Ohio State University in 1945, and went on to obtain his medical degree from Ohio State University in 1948 graduating Cum Laude. He did his residency at Beth Israel Hospital and followed that up with a research fellowship at Harvard Medical School 1950-1952. He was Chief Resident in Surgery at Boston City Hospital 1956-1957.
Dr. Jacob became certified by the American Board of surgery in March 1958. Presently he is a Gerlinger Professor, Department of Surgery at Oregon Health Science and University Medical School in Portland, Oregon.
He has had numerous teaching appointments in at Harvard Medical School and the University of Oregon and was a Markle scholar in Medical Sciences from 1960-1965. A captain in the United States Army Medical Center, Japan 1952-1954, he also went to Graduate School at Walter Reed Army Medical Center. His present rank is Colonel, United States Army, Retired.
Dr. Jacob is a member of the American College of Surgeons, AMA, Oregon Medical Association, Society of Cryobiology and the Society of University Surgeons among others.
In 1959, Dr. Jacob won first place in the Glycerine Research Award, the Kemper Foundation Research Scholar of the American College of Surgeons in1958-1961, First Place in 1965 for German Science Award for the most significant medical contribution in the world, the Governor's Award for Outstanding NW Scientist in 1965 and the Humanitarian of the Year Award by the National Health Federation in 1983. He has written 8 textbooks and 1 section in the Encyclopedia Britannica and over 160 publications on DMSO and MSM. He currently is working full time in research on DMSO and MSM and is a book reviewer for JAMA.
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