Judith Graham was born in Queens, New York back in 1919. She studied physics at the University of Chicago where she married during her junior year. After graduation, she taught physics at Hobart College in Geneva, New York.
Moving to California she continued her education at Stanford Research Institute. She moved briefly to Oslo, Norway on a Fulbright research fellowship, before returning to Stanford School of Medicine. From 1956-1970, she was a senior research associate advancing to senior scientist in 1970. Sadly, she left us in 1975 at 56 due to a brain tumor.
What you may not know about Judith Graham Pool is that she will forever go down in the history books for her discovery of cryoprecipitate. It is a process used for creating the concentrated blood clotting for hemophilia patents, improving the quality of life for them around the world. Until tomorrow keep a smile on your face and a penny in your pocket