Carl V. GrangerBorn: 1928
Dr. Carl Granger, Jr. began his career at the University at Buffalo in 1983. A renowned professor of rehabilitation medicine, he created the Functional Independent Measure, a system used world-wide to measure the recovery of rehabilitation patients. He was helped found and was executive director of the Uniform Data System for Medical Rehabilitation, the largest national registry of standardized medical rehabilitation information.
Source: Anderson, Dale. "Dr. Carl Granger Jr., renowned in field of rehabilitation medicine." Buffalo News, January 15, 2020, p.B4.
Affiliation(s): Medicine and Biomedical Sciences
Record Group(s): 19
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