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American pathologist and bacteriologist, born March 25, 1863, Louisville, Kentucky; died may 2, 1946, New York City.

Bibliography

  • The histological changes in experimental diphteria.
    W. H. Welch and S. Flexner.
    The Johns Hopkins Hospital Bulletin, Baltimore, 1891, 2: 107-110.
    See also: The Johns Hopkins Hospital Bulletin, Baltimore, 1892, 3: 17-18.
  • Tuberculosis of knee. Proceedings: Johns Hopkins Medical Society.
    The Johns Hopkins Hospital Bulletin, 1891, 2: 63.
  • A peculiar glioma (neuroepithelioma?) of the retina.
    The Johns Hopkins Hospital Bulletin, 1891, 2: 115.
  • The histological lesions produced by the tox-albumen of diphtheria.
    W. H. Welch and S. Flexner.
    The Johns Hopkins Hospital Bulletin, Baltimore, 1892, 3: 17-18.
  • Tuberculosis of aorta. Proceedings: Johns Hopkins Medical Society.
    The Johns Hopkins Hospital Bulletin, 1891, 2: 120.
  • Lympho-sarcomata.
    (Proceedings). The Johns Hopkins Hospital Bulletin, 1892, 3: 32.
  • A case of primary carcinoma of the pancreas with multiple carcinosis. The organisms of cancer.
    The Johns Hopkins Hospital Bulletin, 1892, 3: 54.
  • Amoebae in an abscess of the jaw.
    The Johns Hopkins Hospital Bulletin, 1892, 3: 104.
  • Sarcoma of the peri-pancreatic lymph glands with miliary sarcomatosis of the peritoneum, etc. (Proceedings: The Johns Hopkins Hospital Bulletin, 1892, 3: 121.
  • Tuberculosis of oesophagus. The Johns Hopkins Hospital Bulletin, 1893, 4: 4.
  • Primary tuberculosis of the intestine.
    (Proceedings). The Johns Hopkins Hospital Bulletin, 1893, 4: 13.
  • Tuberculosis of clavicle, infection of pleura and peritoneum, and general miliary tuberculosis. Proceedings: Johns Hopkins Medical Society .
    The Johns Hopkins Hospital Bulletin, 1893, 4: 13.
    The Johns Hopkins Hospital Bulletin, 1893, 4: 16, 31, 51, 67, 80, 98, 119, 136.
  • Diphtheria with broncho-pneumonia.
    The Johns Hopkins Hospital Bulletin, 1893, 4: 32.
  • Peritonitis caused by the Proteus vulgaris.
    The Johns Hopkins Hospital Bulletin, 1893, 4: 34.
  • Demonstration of specimen of amoebic abscess of liver. (Proceedings).
    With William Sydney Thayer (1864-1932).
    The Johns Hopkins Hospital Bulletin, 1893, 4: 56.
  • Exhibition of specimens of cystic kidney. (Proceedings).
    The Johns Hopkins Hospital Bulletin, 1893, 4: 110.
  • Exhibition of specimens from a case of acute pericarditis, pleuritis, and peritonitis, associated with contracted kidney.
    (Proceedings). The Johns Hopkins Hospital Bulletin, 1894, 5: 17.
  • Fatty degeneration of the heart muscle.
    The Johns Hopkins Hospital Bulletin, 1894, 5: 26.
  • The bacillus of the plague. The Johns Hopkins Hospital Bulletin, 1894, 5: 96.
  • Primary diphtheria of the lips and gums. With Herbert D. Pease.
    The Johns Hopkins Hospital Bulletin, 1895, 6: 22.
  • Peritonitis caused by the invasion of the Micrococcus lanceolatus from the intestine. The Johns Hopkins Hospital Bulletin, 1895, 6: 64.
  • Phthisis pulmonalis with the formation of the large trabeculated cavities.
    (Proceedings). The Johns Hopkins Hospital Bulletin, 1895, 6: 69.
  • Primary tuberculosis of the serous membranes, involving the pleura and peritoneum. (Proceedings). The Johns Hopkins Hospital Bulletin, 1895, 6: 69.
  • A case of anthrax in a human being. (Proceedings).
    The Johns Hopkins Hospital Bulletin, 1895, 6: 94.
  • Obituary: Oppenheimer, Arthur R. .
    The Johns Hopkins Hospital Bulletin, 1895, 6: 95.
  • Bacillus pyogenes filiformis (Nov. spec.).
    The Johns Hopkins Hospital Bulletin, 1895, 6: 147.
  • A case of combined protozoan and bacterial infection.
    The Johns Hopkins Hospital Bulletin, 1896, 7: 171.
  • The bubonic plague. The Johns Hopkins Hospital Bulletin, 1896, 7: 181.
  • Pseudo-tuberculosis hominis streptothricha.
    The Johns Hopkins Hospital Bulletin, 1897, 8: 128.
  • The pathology of toxalbumin intoxication.
    The Johns Hopkins Hospital Reports, 1897, 6: 259.
  • Typhoid infection without intestinal lesions.
    With Norman Mac Leod Harris (1870-1953).
    The Johns Hopkins Hospital Bulletin, 1897, 8: 259
  • Pseudo-tuberculosis hominis streptotricha.
    The Johns Hopkins Hospital Bulletin, Baltimore, 75, 1897.
  • Perforation of the inferior vena cava in amoebic abscesses of the liver.
    The American Journal of the Medical Sciences, No. 5, 1897.
  • The histological changes produced by ricin and abrin intoxications.
    The Journal of Experimental Medicine, New York, 1897, 2:197.
  • On the occurrence of the fat-splitting ferment in the peritoneal fat necroses and the histology of these lesions.
    The Journal of Experimental Medicine, New York, 1897, 2: 413, 1897.
  • Report upon an expedition sent by Johns Hopkins University to investigate the prevalent diseases in the Philippines.
    With Llewellys Franklin Barker (1867-1943).
    The Johns Hopkins Hospital Bulletin, 1898, 9: 37
  • On the etiology of tropical dysentery.
    The Johns Hopkins Hospital Bulletin, 1900, 11: 231-242.
    The organism isolated by Flexner was at first thought to be identical with Shiga's bacillus. In 1902 Martini and Otto Lentz (1873-1952) showed it to be different. It was named bacterium flexneri, and later Shigella flexneri.
  • The Prevalent Diseases in the Philippines.
    With L. F. Barker. Science, 1900, 11: 521-28.
  • On the Etiology of Tropical Dysentery.
    Philadelphia Medical Journal, 1900, 6: 414-24.
  • Snake venom in relation to haemolysis, bacteriolusys, and toxicity.
    With Hideyo Noguchi.
    The Journal of Experimental Medicine, New York, 1902, 6: 277-301.
  • Bacillary Dysentery. Therapeutic Gazette, 1902, 26: 218-20.
  • Concerning a serum therpay for experimental infection with Diplococcus intracellularis. The Journal of Experimental Medicine, 1907, 9: 168-185.
  • Serum treatment of epidemic cerebrospinal meningitis.
    With James Wesley Jobling (born 1876).
    The Journal of Experimental Medicine, New York, 1908, 10: 131-203.
  • Experimental poliomyelitis in monkeys: active immunization and passive serum protection. With Paul A. Lewis (1879-1929).
    The Journal of the American Medical Association, 1910, 54: 1780-1782.
    Demonstration of antibodies in convalescent serum in monkeys.
  • The results of the serum treatment in thirteen hundred cases of epidemic meningitis. The Journal of Experimental Medicine, 1913, 17: 553-576.
  • Physiological stimulation of the choroid plexus and experimental poliomyelitis.
    With Harold Lindsay Amoss (1886-1956) and Frederick Eberson.
    The Journal of Experimental Medicine, 1918, 27: 679-687.
  • The passage of neutralizing substance from the blood into the cerebrospinal fluid in actively immunized monkeys. With Harold L. Amoss.
    The Journal of Experimental Medicine, 1918, 28: 11-17.
  • Control of meningitis.
    Journal of the American Medical Association, 1918, 71: 638-639.
  • Persistence of the virus of poliomyelitis in the nasopharynx.
    With Harold L. Amoss.
    The Journal of Experimental Medicine, 1919, 29: 379-395.
  • Epidemiology and recent epidemics, Science, 1919, 50: 313-319.
  • Epidemiology and recent epidemics.
    Journal of the American Medical Association, 1919, 73: 949-952.
  • Experiments on the nasal route of infection in poliomyelitis.
    With Harold L. Amoss. The Journal of Experimental Medicine, 1920, 31: 123-134.
  • Twenty-five years of bacteriology: a fragment of medical research.
    Science, 1920, 52: 615-632.
  • William Henry Welch. A biographical sketch. Science, 1920, 52: 417-433.
  • Encephalitis and poliomyelitis.
    Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 1920, 6: 103-104.
  • Lethargic encephalitis. Poliomyelitis and Australian x-disease.
    The Johns Hopkins Hospital Bulletin, 1920, 31:249-252.
  • Serum treatment of bacillary dysentery.
    Journal of the American Medical Association, 1921, 76: 108-109.
  • General consideration regarding serum and vaccine therapy.
    Journal of the American Medical Association. 1921, 76: 33-34.
  • A physical basis for epidemiology. With Harold L. Amoss.
    Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 1921, 7: 319-322.
  • Experimental epidemiology. Introductory.
    The Journal of Experimental Medicine,.1922, 36: 9-14.
  • Tributes to Dr. Biggs from some of his colleagues.
    Health News, 1923, 38: 166-167.
    Herman Michael Biggs (1859-1923) established the first bacteriological laboratory under the New York public health system.
  • Vagaries of a typhoid carrier. Health News, 1923, 38: 4-6.
  • Epidemic (lethargic) encephalitis and allied conditions.
    Journal of the American Medical Association. 1923, 81: 1785-1789.
  • Epidemic (lethargic) encephalitis and allied conditions.
    Journal of the American Medical Association. 1923, 81: 1688-1693.
  • The Edward K. Dunham Lectureship for the Promotion of Medical Science.
    Science. 1923, 57: 683-685.
  • Revived activity of the virus of poliomyelitis. With Harold L. Amoss.
    The Journal of Experimental Medicine,. 1924, 39: 191-197.
  • An immunizing strain of the virus of poliomyeltis. With Harold L. Amoss.
    The Journal of Experimental Medicine, 1924, 39: 625-630.
  • T. Mitchell Prudden, 1849-1924. Science, 1924, 60: 415-419.
    Theophil Mitchell Prudden, American anthropologist, one of the foremost students of Southwestern archaeology during the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.
  • Memorial to Jacques Loeb. Jacques Loeb and The Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research.
    Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology & Medicine. 1924, 21: xiii-xiv
  • Contributions to the pathology of experimental virus encephalitis. 1. An exotic strain of encephalitogenic virus. With Harold L. Amoss.
    The Journal of Experimental Medicine, 1925, 41: 215-231.
  • Contributions to the pathology of experimental virus encephalitis. 2. Heroetic strains of encephalitogenic virus. With Harold L. Amoss.
    The Journal of Experimental Medicine, 1925;41:233-244
  • Contributions to the pathology of experimental virus encephalitis. 3. Varieties and properties of the herpes virus. With Harold L. Amoss.
    The Journal of Experimental Medicine, 1925, 41: 357-377.
  • Virus encephalitis in the rabbit.
    Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 1925, 11: 84-87.
  • The advancement of epidemiology through experiment.
    American journal of the medical sciences. 1926;171:469-479.
  • The advancement of epidemiology through experiment.
    American journal of the medical sciences. 1926;171:625-635.
  • Dr. Welch and the Johns Hopkins University. Science. 1926;63:272-273.
  • The Evolution and Organization of the University Clinic. Oxford, UK, 1939.
  • G. Jochmann:
    Versuche zur Serodiagnostik und Serotherapie der epidemischen Genickstarre.
    Deutsche medizinische Wochenschrift, 1906, 1: 788-793.
    Jochmann, independent of Flexner, published on serodiagnostics and serum therapy for epidemic meningitis.
  • George W. Corner (1889-1981):
    Flexner, Simon. In: Charles Coulston Gillispie, editor in chief: Dictionary of Scientific Biographies. Charles Scribner’s Sons. New York, 1970.

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