Dates: b. 1868; late 1890's at Cornell; d. 1940
Locations: Assist. in Veterinary Pathology and Bacteriology, Cornell University and Instr. in Comparative Pathology, New York State Veterinary College (1890's‑1900's)
Training: PhB. [Ithaca Journal obit has Ph.D. Cornell 1896 and DVM NY State Veterinary College in 1901]
SAB Involvement: Charter SAB member;
At the 1900 meeting of the SAB, Reed and Ward presented "Persistence of Streptococci in the Healthy Udder of a Cow," which was discussed by Bergey, Conn and Welch. They suggested that healthy cows could harbor the streptococci associated with mammitis in a similar fashion to diphtheria or pneumonia organisms in healthy throats.