#15163 Overall Influence

Thomas Milton Rivers

United States admiral

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Thomas Milton Rivers was an American bacteriologist and virologist. He has been described as the "father of modern virology."Life Born in Jonesboro, Georgia, he graduated from Emory College in 1909 with a Bachelor of Arts degree. Immediately following graduation, Rivers was admitted to the Johns Hopkins Medical School. His plans of becoming a physician could not be realized at first as he was diagnosed with a neuromuscular degeneration which forced him to leave medical school and work as a laboratory assistant at a hospital in the Panama Canal Zone. When by 1912 the illness had not become worse he returned to Johns Hopkins and graduated in 1915. He stayed at Johns Hopkins until 1919.

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Johns Hopkins University

University in Baltimore, Maryland, United States

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#726 World Rank
Biology