Aaron Louis Treadwell
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Marine Biological Laboratory
Aaron Louis Treadwell, Ph.D. (1866–1947) was a college professor of zoology at Vassar. He was born at Redding, Connecticut, and educated at Wesleyan University (B.S., 1888; M.S., 1890) and at the University of Chicago (Ph.D., 1898). He was professor of zoology and geology at Miami University (1891-1900), professor of biology at Vassar (1900–14), and afterwards professor of zoölogy. In addition to his work in the schools, he was instructor at the Marine Biological Laboratory at Woods Hole. Professor Treadwell published The Cytogeny of Podarke obscura (1901). His writings dealt chiefly with annelid systematics and embryonics.
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