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Fred Bates Lund

Born  1865
Died  1950

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    American surgeon, 1865-1950.

    Biography of Fred Bates Lund

    Fred Bates Lund graduated A.B. s.c.I. from Harvard University in 1888, and MD from Harvard Medical School in 1892. He was a lecturer on surgery 1908-1916 Harvard Medical School, and from 1916 an associate in surgery. He served during World War I. Lund was a surgeon at Boston City Hospital and surgeon-in-chief at Carney Hospital.

    In 1913, Lund presided over the meeting of the Clinical Congress of Surgery at which the American College of Surgeons was founded. Fred Bates Lund was also a classical scholar

    Wee thank Søren Nørby, Copenhagen, for information submitted.


    • The influence of the New York Surgical Society on the development of surgery.
      Annals of Surgery, Philadelphia, January 1930, 91 (1): 3-12.
    • Galen on malingering, centaurs, diabetes and other subjects more or less related.
      Columbia University Press, 1941.

    • Quintus Horatius Flaccus: A Selection of His Works Rendered Into English Verse By Two Boston Physicians.
      By Fred Bates Lund and Robert Montraville Green (1880-1966.
      Club of Odd Volumes, 1953. 114 pages.

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