By Mary A. Sego
Primary Creator: Martin, Ernest G. (1876-1934)
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Subjects: Purdue University--Faculty
Forms of Material: Articles
Ernest Gale Martin was born at Minneapolis, Minnesota, November 16, 1876. After receiving his Bachelor's degree at Hamline University he studied physiology under W. H. Howell, at Johns Hopkins, and received his Ph.D. degree in 1904. During the years 1904-1906 he was Instructor of Anatomy and Physiology at Purdue. From 1906 until 1916 he taught physiology at the Harvard Medical School, and in later years of the period he also taught at Harvard College. In 1910 he became Assistant Professor of Physiology in Harvard University. In 1916 he was appointed Professor and head of the Department of Physiology at Stanford University.
Dr. Martin was associated as a physiologist with the Board of Health in Vermont during one of the epidemics of poliomyelitis in that State. He served during the War as Captain in the Sanitary Corps. He was a prominent member of the American Physiological Society, and in 1915 was elected a member of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences.
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Preferred Citation: MSF 244, Ernest G. Martin papers, Archives and Special Collections, Purdue University Libraries
The Inhibitory Influence of Potassium Chloride on the Heart, and the Effect of Variations of Temperature Upon This Inhibition and Upon Vagis Inhibition, Martin, E. G. From The Physiological Laboratory of the Johns Hopkins University. Reprinted from the American Journal of Physiology, vol. XI, no. IV, July 1, 1904, pp. 370-393.
A New Form of Microtome Knife, Martin, E. G. Reprinted from the Indiana Academy of Science, 1905, pp. 203-204.
A Study of the Absorption and Consumption of Oxygen in Heart Tissue, Martin, E. G. From The Physiological Laboratory of Purdue University, Lafayette, Indiana. Reprinted from the American Journal of Physiology, vol. XV, no. IV, March 1, 1906, pp. 303-320. [2 copies]