Thomas H. Maren
|Dr. Thomas Maren|
New York City, New York
|Died||August 15, 1999
Bar Harbor, Maine
|Institutions||University of Florida|
|Alma mater||Princeton University
Johns Hopkins University
Inventing Trusopt,serving in World War II
|Notable awards||Honorary Doctorate from
Uppsala University in Sweden
Thomas H. Maren (1918 – August 15, 1999) was a professor of medicine at the University of Florida. He was the founding father for the University of Florida College of Medicine, and he invented Trusopt to help people with glaucoma.
Life and death
Maren died at the age of 81 of heart failure.
- Bachelor's degree in chemistry from Princeton University in 1938.
- Medical degree from Johns Hopkins University in 1951.
- Hopkins Distinguished Medical Alumnus Award.
- Honorary Doctorate from Uppsala University.
- Inducted into the Hopkins Society of Scholars.