Edward Lottick


1935 –


Who is Edward Lottick?

Edward Lottick is a family physician and inventor.

His son was Scientologist Noah Lottick. Noah Lottick's suicide was featured as part of the Time Magazine article "The Thriving Cult of Greed and Power", by Richard Behar. After his son's death, Lottick was inspired to further research cults.

Lottick, along with Paul R. Martin in the same year, is the winner of the 1993 John G. Clark Award for Distinguished Scholarship in Cultic Studies.

Lottick is on the Board of Trustees of the Pennsylvania Medical Society and is Editor of the Luzerne County Medical Society Bulletin. He was on the Board of Directors of the previous version of the International Cultic Studies Association, the American Family Foundation. Lottick is the inventor of the electrosurgical hemostat.

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Nov 12, 1935
Also known as
  • Dr. Edward Lottick
  • United States of America
Lived in
  • United States of America

on July 23, 2013


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