Everett Lassiter Bishop
Born: 28 October 1892, Savannah, Georgia
Died: 12 August, 1963, Atlanta, Georgia
- Undergrad: Davidson College, Davidson, North Carolina, 1912
- MD: University of Maryland, Baltimore, Maryland, 1916
- 1935 - 1947 Associate Professor of Pathology, Emory University, Atlanta, Georgia
- 1947 Professor of Pathology, Emory University, Atlanta, Georgia
- Cornell Medical School and Memorial Hospital, New York City (with James Ewing)
- 1934 1st Lieutenant, U.S. Navy Medical Corps
- 1941 Lieutenant Commander, U.S. Navy Medical Corps
- 1945 Discharged with rank of Captain
1916 - 1921 Private practice in medicine, Savannah, Georgia
1925 - 1946 Pathologist, Steiner Cancer Center, Atlanta, Georgia
1946 - 1963 Consultant Pathologist at various hospitals in Atlanta and the Southeast (Emory; Piedmont, Grady, Atlanta and Lawson VA's)
Selected Career Highlights
Founding Fellow of the College of American Pathologists.
Founder and Past President of the Georgia Association of Pathology and Past Director of the Georgia Division of the American Cancer Society. Chairman, Executive Committee, Cancer-Medical Association of Georgia.
Chairman of the Section of Pathology, for the Southern Medical Association.
Contributor to numerous articles on surgical pathology, especially tumor diagnosis.
Mason (32 degree); Chairman (1946-49) Atlanta Rotary.