Jack C. Copeland
American ophthalmologist, born January 10, 1900; died March 24, 1973.
Biography of Jack C. Copeland
Jack C. Copeland was professor in the field of retinoscopy and refraction at the Northwestern University Medical School in Chicago.
Our contributor, William Charles Caccamise Sr, was a graduate student there in 1949 and desbribes Copeland as ”a wonderful teacher and a wonderful human being”.
We thank William Charles Caccamise Sr for information submitted.
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