Eugene Opie in his laboratory at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, 1903
Opie, Eugene (1873-1971) was an American physician and pathologist who conducted research on the causes, transmission, and diagnosis of tuberculosis and on immunization against the disease. He served as professor of pathology at several U.S. medical schools and as Dean of the Washington University School of Medicine (St. Louis, Missouri).
Years at the Rockefeller Institute: 1904-1910 (Affiliate 1941-1971)
Eugene L. Opie