Dr . Charles Richard Attracted
Charles Richard Drew came to be on June 3, 1904 in Wa, D. C. He was very athletic since a child. Charles went to Dunbar High school graduation where he won letters in track, football, basketball and football. This individual won the James E. Walker Funeral Medal while outstanding all-around athlete.
Charles attended Amherst College in Massaschusetts over a scholarship. He was named a great all-American halfback and received the Thomas W. Ashley Memorial Trophy as the Most Beneficial Player upon Amherst's sports team. He graduated in 1926 and received the Howard Slope Mossman trophy for his outstanding contributions to Amherst sports. Drew was often interested in research and planned to pursue a medical profession. He went to medical institution at McGill University in Montreal, Canada. He took part in in sports activities while in medical school and earned many competition. He was captain of the monitor team and won the all-time best score for McGill in intercollegiate trail competition.
Drew graduated from McGill in 1933. That year this individual won the annual award in neuroanatomy, the study of the structure with the nervous program, and the Williams Prize, moving an assessment and credit scoring in the top five in his course. He interned at the Royal Victoria and Montreal General Hospitals. In 1935, he became a trainer in pathology at Howard University Medical School in Washington, DC. In addition to teaching, having been assistant surgeon at Freedmen's Hospital.
In 1938, having been awarded a Rockefeller fellowship to...