Gribble Group Academic Lineage:

Generation

Image

Degree, year

School

Advisor(s)

1. Students of Professor Gribble

some

various, 1974 -

Dartmouth

Gribble

2. Gordon Wayne Gribble, 1941 -

Yes

Ph.D., 1967

Oregon

Dolby

3. Lloyd Jay Dolby, 1935 -

Ph.D., 1959

Berkeley

Noyce

4. Donald Sterling Noyce, 1923 - 2004

Yes

Ph.D., 1947

Columbia

Doering

5. William von Eggers Doering, 1917 -

Yes

Ph.D., 1943

Harvard

Linstead

6. Sir Reginald Patrick Linstead, 1902-1966

Ph.D., 1926

Imperial College, London

Kon, Thorpe, J.F.

7. George Armand Robert Kon, 1892 - 1951

Ph.D., 1922

Imperial College, London

Thorpe, J.F.

8. Jocelyn Field Thorpe, 1872 - 1940

Ph.D., 1895

Heidelberg

Auwers

9. Karl Friedrich von Auwers, 1863 - 1939

Ph.D., 1885

Berlin

Hofmann

10. August Wilhelm von Hofmann, 1818 - 1892

Yes

Ph.D., 1841

Giessen

Liebig

11. Justus von Liebig, 1803 - 1873

Yes

Ph.D., 1822

Erlangen

Kastner, Gay-Lussac**

12. Karl Friedrich Wilhelm Gottlob Kastner, 1783 - 1857

Ph.D., 1805

Jena

Gottling

13. Johann Friedrich August Gottling, 1753 - 1809

Apothecary, 1775

Langensalza

Wiegleb

14. Johann Christian Wiegleb, 1732 - 1800

Apothecary, 1765 ca.

Langensalza

Baldinger

15. Ernst Gottfried Baldinger, 1738 - 1804

MD, 1760

Jena

Mangold

16. Christoph Andreas Mangold, 1719 - 1767

MD, 1751

Erfurt

Hamberger

17. Georg Erhardt Hamberger, 1697 - 1755

MD, 1721

Jena

Wedel, J.A.

18. Johann Adolph Wedel, 1675 - 1747

MD, 1697

Jena

Wedel, G.W.

19. Georg Wolfgang Wedel, 1645 - 1721

MD, 1669

Jena

Rolfinck

20. Werner Rolfinck, 1599 - 1673, more info.

MD/Ph.D., 1625

Padua

Spieghel

21. Adriaan van den Spieghel, 1578 - 1625

MD, 1603 ca.

Padua

Fabrici, Casseri

22. Giulio Cesare Casseri, 1552 - 1616, more info.

MD, 1580

Padua

Fabrici

23. Girolamo (Aquapendente) Fabrici, 1533 - 1619, more

MD, 1559

Padua

Fallopio

24. Gabriele Fallopio, 1523 - 1562, more info, and here.

MD, 1548

Ferrara

Brasavola

25. Antonio Brasavola (Musa )1, 1500 - 1555

MD/Ph.D., 1520

Ferrara

Lonigo

26. Nicolo da Lonigo (Leoniceno), 1428 - 1524

MD/Ph.D2., 1445-53

Padua

Pelope (Medicine)

Rocabonella (middle ages pharmacy)

27. Pelope, unknown

unknown

unknown

unknown

27. Rocabonella, 1386-1459

unknown

Croatia

unknown

Pre-graduate Lineage of Nicolo da Lonigo2 (Greek Philosophy):

Generation

Year

Field

School

Teacher

26. Leoniceno, 1428 -1524

1443 -1445

Greek

Vincenza

Ognibene

27. Ognibene Leonicenus, unknown

1436

Greek

Mantua

Vittorino

28. Vittorino da Feltre, 1378 -1446

1415

Greek

Venice

Guarino

29. Guarino Veronese, 1370/74 -1460

between 1396 and 1402

Greek

Constantinople

Chrysoloras

30. Manuel Chrysoloras, 1350/53 -1415, more info

unknown

Greek Philosophy

Constantinople

Plethon

31. George Gemistus Plethon, 1355 - 1450, more info, and here

unknown

Philosophy, Jewish Astronomy

Adrianople

Elisaius3

32. Elisaius, unknown

unknown

unknown

unknown

unknown

** Lineage of Gay-Lussac:

Generation

Image

Degree, year

School

Advisor(s)

12. Joseph Louis Gay-Lussac, 1778 - 1850

Yes

MA, 1800

Paris

Berthollet

13. Claude Louis Berthollet, 1748 - 1822

Yes

MD, 1778

Paris

Bucquet, Macquer

14. Pierre Joseph Macquer, 1718 - 1784

MD, 1742

Paris

Rouelle

15. Jean Baptiste Michel Bucquet4, 1746 - 1780

MD, 1770

Paris

Rouelle

16. Guillaume Francois Rouelle, 1703 - 1770

Apothecary, 1725

Paris

Spitzley

17. J. G. Spitzley, 1690 (?) - 1750 (?)

Apothecary, ?

Paris

Lemery

18. Nicolas Lemery, 1645 - 1715, more info.

Yes

Apothecary, 1667 ca.

Paris

Glaser

19. Christophle Glaser, 1615 - 1678, more info.

MD, 1643

Basel, Paris

Vallot4 (or) de Clave5

20. Antoine Vallot, 1594 - 1671

MD, 1617

Paris

unknown

20. Étienne de Clave, unknown

unknown

unknown

unknown

1. Antonius Brasavola, 16 January, 1500-6 July, 1555. The name 'Musa' was given to him by King Francois I of France. Also known to have studied at Bologna and Paris, receiving doctorates in law, medicine and theology. Taught logic, natural philosophy and the theology of medicine at Ferrara, followed by a stint as the physician to Pope Paul III. Wrote a book on medicical samples in 1534. J. R. Partington, A History of Chemistry, MacMillan and Co. LTD, London, 1961.

2. "Leoniceno And The School Of Ferrara," Streeter, E.C., Bull. Soc. Med. Hist. Chicago, 1916, 4, 18.

3. "The Astronomy of George Gemistus Plethon," Tihon, A., J. Hist. Astron., 1998, 29, 109.

4. Very little is known about Glaser's academic advisor. It is known, however, that Glaser was influenced by Vallot in his knowledge of chemistry and in the progress of his career as a lecturer in chemistry. Thus, Vallot is included here more as a mentor. "Christopher Glaser"; De Milt, C., J. Chem. Ed., 1942, 19, 53.

5. Stephen. L. Morgan's academic lineage site is very nicely done and traces Bucquet back to Glaser and then Étienne de Clave, not Vallot. Good references.

6. Of interest to those who trace their lineage back to R.G. Bergman: his advisor was Jerome Abraham Berson (1924 - ), who also received his Ph.D. under Doering at Columbia.

Notes:

The gathering of this information was begun by Frank Switzer and further augmented by William von Eggers Doering (private communication). A good deal of information prior to Hofmann was taken with permission from the Chemical Genealogy Database. Other sources as noted. Another web site with similar and expanded information can be found on the web site of Professor Leonidas Bachas (University of Kentucky) who shares most of our academic lineage.

 

 

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