IAMM President 1941-1942
William Feldman was born 30 November, 1892 in Glasgow, Scotland and died 15 January, 1974 in Rochester, Mininesota, USA.
He received a DVM from Colorado Agricultural College in 1917 and a MS from Colorado Agricultural College (now Colorado State University) in 1926.
He was a world expert in Veterinary Pathology and the Chemotherapy of Experimental Tuberculosis. He was also an expert on antileprosy agents, especially the sulfones.
He had a love of photography and personally made all the photographic illustrations for his publications. In 1972 the National Library of Medicine honored him by displaying his portraits of pathologists in the US National Library of Medicine. From 1917-1927 he was Instructor in Bacteriology and Pathology, Colorado State University from 1927-1944 Instructor of Comparative Pathology, Institute of Experimental Medicine, Mayo Foundation and from 1944-1957 Professor of Pathology, Mayo Foundation Graduate School, University of Minnesota.