Ralph Henderson Kellogg was a professor of physiology at UCSF for many years. The papers of Dr. Kellogg primarily relate to
his education, teaching, and research. Subjects include UCSF Department of Physiology, White Mountain research, people in
the scientific community, and teaching activities.
Ralph Henderson Kellogg was a professor of physiology at UCSF for many years. He was born in New London, Connecticut on June
7, 1920, graduated from medical school at the University of Rochester in 1943, and served as a medical officer in the US Navy
for the duration of World War II. In 1946 Kellogg briefly acted as an Investigator in Physiology at Bethesda's Naval Medical
Research Institute, then taught first year medical students at Harvard Medical School, while acquiring his Ph.D. in Physiology
from Harvard in 1953.
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