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Haring, Olga Munk, 1917-2002

 Person

Dates

  • Existence: 1917-2002

Olga Munk Haring was born in Ordea, Romania on August 25, 1917. She earned a B.A. (1932) at the Gymnasium of Budapest, an M.D. from the University of Vienna (1938) and another M.D. from the University of Leon in Nicaragua (1939). In 1949 she obtained an Assistance Etrangere in Cardiology from the Sorbonne.

After completing two appointments at the Chicago Medical School, Haring joined the Northwestern University faculty as assistant professor of medicine in 1965. Later that year she became director of the cardio-pulmonary-renal clinic at the Medical School. She was promoted to associate professor in 1970. In 1974 she became a full professor with a dual appointment in the departments of medicine and of community health and preventive medicine. She received emeritus status in 1987.

Olga Haring died January 25, 2002.

Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:

Olga Haring (1917-2002) Papers

 Collection
Identifier: 18/3/6/2
Abstract Olga M. Haring was a faculty member at Northwestern University from 1965 until she received emeritus status in 1987. In 1974 she received a dual appointment in the departments of medicine and of community health and preventive medicine. The Haring Papers fill nine boxes and span the period 1952-1984, with the major portion falling between 1965 and 1975. The papers are organized in three categories: teaching files, research files, and publications. The largest portion of the papers consists of...

Olga M. Haring Photographs

 Collection
Identifier: 75/18/1
Abstract The Olga M. Haring photograph collection consists of black and white photographs, prints, and negatives pertaining to Haring's research on cardiac malformations in chickens and rats.