Joseph Igersheimer(1879–1965) was a German born ophthalmologist known for his work on arsphenamine for the treatment of syphilis. A Jew, after escaping the Nazis, he joined the faculty of Tufts University School of Medicine in 1939.
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- Michael H. Kater, Doctors Under Hitler, UNC Press Books (2005), p. 142
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- Sloane, A E (November 1969). "Biographical sketch of Josef Igersheimer". Survey of Ophthalmology. UNITED STATES. 14 (3): 174–5. ISSN 0039-6257. PMID 4902158.
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