Martin Samuels Obituary, Boston MA, Physician and Neurologist has died

Martin Samuels Obituary, Boston MA, Physician and Neurologist has died

Martin Samuels Obituary, Death – Distinguished American doctor, neurologist, and teacher of medicine Martin A. Samuels. He was an MD and a DSc (hon), as well as an FAAN, MACP, FRCP, and FANA. He created a link between the neurological system and heart function in his writings on the linkages between neurology and the rest of medicine, providing light on the causes of neurogenic cardiac disease as well as techniques to prevent it.

Samuels attended the 3,300-student Cleveland Heights High School, where he graduated with honours and served as the school’s president. On June 24, 1945, Samuels was born in Cleveland, Ohio. He was inducted into the Cleveland Heights High School Hall of Fame after being selected by his classmates to deliver the graduation speech.

Samuels admitted that Dr. J.W. Epstein, his own physician who practised in Cleveland when he was a child, had a significant impact on his choice to pursue a future in medicine. Before enrolling in medical school, he received an exposure to medicine via his cousin Matthew Levy, a cardiovascular physiologist at Mount Sinai Hospital and Case Western Reserve Medical School. The connection between the brain and the heart was the main topic of this introduction.

Samuels attended Williams College in Williamstown, Massachusetts, where he graduated in 1967 with a Bachelor of Arts in biology. He was chosen to be the class speaker when he was there and delivered a lecture titled “Lumberjacks and Dogs.” He earned a Doctor of Medicine degree from the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine in 1971. He was chosen as the class speaker for the honours day speech “Mark Hopkins on One End and I on the Other” and was elected to the Pi Kappa Epsilon Honour Society during his time there. He eventually received an honorary doctor of science degree from the University of Cincinnati in 2005. In 2011, Samuels was asked to give the Honours Day speech, which had the title “Invaders from Mars with Commentary by Robbie Burns” and was intended to commemorate the 40th anniversary of his 1971 commencement address. The invitation was accepted by Samuels. Additionally, Harvard University awarded Samuels an honorary Master of Arts degree in 1993.