James Stephen Ewing was an American pathologist. He was the first Professor of pathology at Cornell University and became famous with the discovery of a form of malignant bone tumor that later became known as Ewing's sarcoma.
About James Ewing
Pathologist who is credited with discovering a type of bone tumor which is now known as Ewing's sarcoma. He was also the first Professor of pathology at Cornell University.
James Ewing Before Fame
He attended Amherst College and the College of Physicians and Surgeons of New York.
Achievement of James Ewing
Although he discovered a cancer of the tissue he himself died from bladder cancer at the age of 76.
James Ewing Family Life
He grew up in Pittsburgh.
Associations of James Ewing
He and fellow pathologist Thomas Hodgkin were both active in the 19th century.
Information related to James Ewing (pathologist)
- Scientists from Pittsburgh
- American oncologists
- American pathologists
- Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons alumni
- Cancer researchers