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November 12, 1976 - Image 38

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-11-12

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38 Friday, November 12, 1976

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

is being accorded wide
acclaim this week on the
occasion of his 65th birth-
day.
Dr. Friedlaender, who
has been in active prac-
tice in partnership with
his brother, Dr. Sidney
Friedlaender, for many;
years, is being honored
also by the Zionist corn-
munity for his family's
pioneering efforts in the
movement.
His father, Leo Fried-
laender, was a co-founder
here of the Zionist En-
gineering Society in the
early years of Zionist
pioneering, and the en-
tire family has been
linked with the move-
ment.
Dr. Friedlaender has
been a vice president of
the Zionist Organization of
Detroit, was chairman of a
Balfour Concert and is a
participant in numerous
other movements.
Born in Schenectady,
N.Y., Dr. Friedlaender
and his family came to
Detroit in 1916 when his
father became involved in
the automotive industry.
He attended Northern

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allergist who has gained
many marks of distinc-
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High School where as a
first chair clarinetist he
was chosen to play in the
all-city high school or-
chestra and band and in a
special evening sym-
phony group of high
school students.
He entered the College
of the City of Detroit (now
Wayne State University)
in 1928 and earned a BA
degree in 1932, after his
first year of medical
school. In his junior year
of medical school he was
awarded membership in
Pi Alpha Kappa honorary
medical society and
earned a Bachelor of
Medicine degree in 1935
and an MD degree in 1936.
He later earned a fel-
lowship in pathology and
a Master of Science de-
gree in pathology in 1938.
Dr. Friedlaender re-
ceived training in
psychiatry and practiced
general medicine and
surgery until 1941 when he
was inducted into the
army. During his service,
he was often called upon to
perform in a medical ca-
pacity.
Following his return
from service, he decided

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to specialize in allergy
and had five years of
post-graduate training in
allergy and dermatology
at University Hospital in
Ann Arbor. He organized
the allergy clinic at De-
troit Receiving Hospital
and wrote articles on his
research into antihista-
mines.
Dr. Friedlaender is
married to the former Ei-
leen Berman. The couple
have two sons, Gary, an
assistant professor of or-
thopedics at Yale Univer-
sity, and Howard, a clini-
cal social worker who is
pursuing a PhD degree in
clinical psychology and
certification as a
psychoanalyst; and a
daughter, Linda who is
married to a psychiatrist.
Among the posts he has
held are: the presidency
of the Michigan Allergy
Society, president (1971)
of the American Associa-
tion for Clinical Im-
munology and Allergy,
diplomate of the Ameri-
can Board of Allergy and
Ihimunology, fellow of
the American Academy of
Allergy and the Ameri-
can College of Allergists.
He is the current execu-
tive secretary of the
AACIA.
Dr. Friedlaender is a
member of the American
Dermatologic Society, the
New York Academy of Sci-
ence, the American Medi-
cal Association and the
Michigan State Medical
Society.
He is a clinical assis-
tant professor of medi-
cine at the WSU School of
Medicine and is on the at-
tending staffs of Grace
and Sinai hospitals. He is
a member of Adat Shalom
Synagogue and is a 32nd
Degree Mason and a
Shriner.

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