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Isadore Dyer was born in Galveston, Texas, November 2, 1865, and received his early education at private schools in that city. From 1880 to 1884, he attended the Bellevue High School, Bellevue, Virginia. He entered the Sheffield Scientific School of Yale University in October, 1884, and graduated with the degree of Bachelor of Philosophy in 1887; studied medicine for one year at University of Virginia and while there helped to found “Corks and Curls,” an annual which has a national reputation; entered the Medical Department of Tulane in November, 1888, and graduated in May, 1889.
From January, 1890, to June, 1892, he studied in New York City and was an interne in the New York Skin and Cancer Hospital from December, 1890, to June, 1892, and then spent several months in Europe, returning to Tulane in October, 1892, to become lecturer on skin diseases in the Tulane Medical Department, and in March, 1893, was appointed professor of diseases of the skin in the New Orleans Polyclinic.