JANE'WAY, EnwAnn nAmALIET. 118 Ameriean physician. born near New Bruns wick. N. .1. Ile was graduated from Rutgers in 1860. and received his degree of Doctor of lledieine from the College of Physicians and Surgeons, New York City (medical department of Columbia College), in 1864, having served as acting medical cadet in the United States Army hospital at Newark, N. J., from 1862 to 1863. Dr. Janeway served on the resident. staff of Char ity Hospital, Blackwell's Island, New York City, during 1864, and of Bellevue Hospital, New York City, front 186-1 to 1866. lie then established himself in private practice in New York City and soon became a consultant of eminenee, especially in the diseases of the organs of the chest and abdomen, For several years, beginning in 1867, he was curator and pathologist to Bellevue Hos pital. Janeway's career as a teacher of medicine began in 1872, when he was elected instructor itt pathological anatomy in the medical department of New York University. In liellevue Hospital Medical College he was professor of materia medica and therapeutics from 1873 to 1876; pro fessor of pathological anatomy from 1876 to 1881; associate professor of the principles and practice of medicine from 1881 to 1884• and full professor from 1884 to 1891. Six years later he
resumed his connectbill with the college upon the adoption of the scheme to consolidate it with the medical department of New York University, and became professor of clinical medicine and presi dent of the faculty. In 18118 he became dean of the combined schools and professor of medicine in the University-11ellevue Medical College. Ile rendered important professional services as visit ing or consulting physician to a number of hos pitals in New York City, and was president of the Pathological Society, of the New York Acad emy of Medicine, and of the Association of Ameri can Physicians. From 1875 to 1881 he was com missioner of health of the city of New York.