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Graham Dushane

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Graham Dushane was born on July 20, 1910 in South Bend, Indiana, United States. Son of Donald and Harriette Graham (McLelland) Dushane.

Bachelor of Arts, Wabash College, 1930. Doctor of Laws (honorary), 1958. Doctor of Philosophy., Yale, 1934.

Research associate State University of Iowa, 1934-1935. National Research Council fellow Stanford, 1935-1936. Instructor zoology University of Chicago, 1936-1941, assistant professor, 1941-1945, associate professor, 1945-1946.

Professor Stanford, 1946-1956. Editor Science, 1956-1962. Dean graduate science, department chairman biology Vanderbilt University, since 1962.

Contributor papers and reviews on development of pigmentation, nervous system and behavior to journals and books.

Member science information council National Science Foundation, 1958-1960, since 1962. Member advisory council American Cancer Society, since 1958. Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science.

Member American Society Zoologists, American Association Anatomists, Sigma Xi, Phi Beta Kappa, Kappa Sigma, Gamma Alpha. Clubs: Cosmos (Washington, District of Columbia). Received Campbell award Wabash College, 1930, award for excellence in undergraduate teaching, University of Chicago, 1945.