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George Irving Naylor
The Michigan Alumnus 76-80

G. Irving Naylor, recently appointed Assistant Professor of Genito-
Urinary Diseases, was born September 16, 1886, at Rochester, N.Y.

 receiving his early training at the Churchville, N. Y., High School he 
entered the University from which he received the degrees of B.S. in
 1911, and M.D. in 1912.

Following his graduation he became successively 
Assistant in General Surgery and Especial Assistant in Surgery, holding 
each position one year.

In 1914 he was appointed Instructor in General
 Surgery, which position he held until he was appointed Assistant Pro
fessor in Genito-Urinary Diseases.

Professor Naylor has made several contributions to the Medical Journals.