Samuel Rosen

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Rosen, Samuel


Born Apr. 10, 1897, in Syracuse, N. Y. American otorhinolaryngologist. Member of the New York Academy of Medicine (1923), the American Medical Association (1924), and the American Academy of Ophthalmology and Otolaryngology (1955).

In 1921, Rosen graduated from the Syracuse College of Medicine. In 1960 he became a professor at Columbia University. His principal works are on the problems of the surgical treatment of otosclerosis. Rosen discovered surgical methods for stapes mobilization in cases of otosclerosis. A number of Rosen’s works deal with the increased incidence of early hardness of hearing among the populations of various continents.

Rosen is a foreign member of the Academy of Medical Sciences of the USSR (1966) and a member and honorary member of many American and international academies and scientific societies. He was awarded the N. I. Pirogov Medal of the Academy of Medical Sciences of the USSR in 1965.


“Professor Samuel’ Rozen.” Vestnik otorinolaringologii, 1967, no. 2.
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He leaves ten grandchildren: Rachel Rosen of Natick, Joshua Rosen and his wife Yael of Shrewsbury, Emily Maloney and her husband Loren of Spencer, Seth Rosen and his wife Meredith Davis of Arlington, VA, Renee Harris and her husband Jacob of Dallas, TX, Deborah Chafitz of Houston, TX, Lainy Chafitz and her fiance Ryan Peterson of Austin, Texas, Zachary Chafitz of New York City, and Alex and Aaron Chafitz of Owings Mills, MD and four great grandchildren: Jacob and Samuel Rosen, Mia Maloney, and Cooper Chafitz.
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Samuel Rosen, age 83, Professor Emeritus of Microbiology at The Ohio State University in Columbus, died 28 May 2006 at Riverside Methodist Hospital in Columbus of lymphoma.
The son of Jacob and Minnie (Safran) Rosen, Samuel Rosen was born 14 April 1923 in New York City.
Samuel Rosen was a member of the International Association for Dental Research, the American Society for Microbiology, the American Association for the Advancement of Science, the Michigan Academy of Science, and Omicron Kappa Upsilon.
Commemorating his forty-four years of service, the Civitan Club created the Samuel Rosen Scholarship Fund in 2006.
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