The Raymond A. Bankowski Papers include research
notes, laboratory and pathology data, reports, reprints, awards, correspondence, and slides related to Ray Bankowski's work
in infectious disease in poultry and swine.
Raymond A. Bankowski (1914-1993) was Professor of Virology at UC Davis. Dr. Bankowski earned his Doctor of Veterinary
Medicine from Michigan State University in 1938 and subsequently began post-graduate research at UC Berkeley. During World
War II, Dr. Bankowski left Berkeley to serve in the U.S. Army Veterinary Corps. After the war, he returned to Berkeley and
completed a Ph.D. in comparative pathology.
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