Gerald J. Gruman
Gerald J. Gruman, M.D., Ph.D.
Gerald Joseph “Jerry” Gruman
August 4, 1926 – September 13, 2007
Dr. Gruman was born in
Dr. Gruman had a career as an educator and scholar, publishing many groundbreaking articles on medical ethics, death and dying, and aging and the elderly. He was a recipient of a J.S. Guggenheim Memorial Fellowship and a Special Research Fellowship of the N.I.M.H. Gruman also edited a number of books in the Arno “Aging and Death” Series and contributed to such works as Encyclopedia of Bioethics, Dictionary of the History of Ideas, Encyclopedia of Philosophy, and Aging and the Elderly.
Memorial contributions in his name have
been requested to be made to the International Longevity Center-USA,