Elizabeth Wright Hubbard

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Elizabeth Wright Hubbard (1896-1967) was an American physician and homeopath best known for leadership and editorial work in the field of homeopathy.

Hubbard began her medical studies in New York City, receiving an MD from the Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons in 1921 and completed her internship at Bellevue Hospital. She then spent two years in Europe studying homoeopathy in Stuttgart, Vienna under Dr. Adolf Stiegele, in Geneva under Dr. Pierre Schmidt, and in Tübingen under Dr Emil Schlegel.

Hubbard subsequently assumed leadership roles as president of the International Hahnemannian Association from 1945–46, and of the American Institute of Homeopathy from 1959 to 1961. She served as editor of the Homoeopathic Recorder, the Journal of the American Institute of Homeopathy and the Journal of the American Institute of Homeopathy. She was on the faculty of the AFH postgraduate homeopathic school.

Hubbard was also involved in Anthroposophy and served as president of the Anthroposophical Society in the United States.


  • Homoeopathy as Art and Science, Ed. Maesimund B. Panos, MD, and Della des Rosiers, Beaconsfield Publishers Ltd, Beaconsfield, U.K. 1990 (ISBN 0-906584-26-4)

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