Huntington Sheldon

After studying biology at McGill University, Montreal, under N. J. Berrill, another Natural History contributor, Dr. Sheldon went to the Johns Hopkins Medical School. where he now teaches pathology. He received his training in electron microscopy from Fritiof Sjöstrand, in Sweden. [Original biographical note]

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