Harvard School of Public Health
Found in 19 Collections and/or Records:
The Cecil Kent Drinker Papers, 1898-1958, contains Drinker's personal records, World War II research records, professional activities records, and administrative records from his tenures as a faculty member and Dean of Harvard School of Public Health.
The D. Mark Hegsted Papers, 1952 to 1999, consist of correspondence, committee files and reports, manuscripts, and meeting minutes generated as a product of the professional career of David Mark Hegsted, a nutritional scientist at the Harvard School of Public Health, Boston, from 1942 to 1980. The bulk of the collection is Hegsted's correspondence with national and international institutions and individuals on topics of human nutrition and diet.
Consists of the personal and professional correspondence of Edwin Bidwell Wilson (1879-1964). The bulk of the correspondence was generated as a result of Wilson’s professional activities as a statistician and member of the Harvard School of Public Health faculty, Boston, Massachusetts.
Tapes and transcripts of 24 oral histories of the Family Planning Oral History Project, an oral history project of the Schlesinger Library, funded by the Rockefeller Foundation.
The James Laverre Whittenberger papers, 1933-1963, are the product of Whittenberger's research and administrative activities at the Harvard School of Public Health and his involvement with the National Foundation for Infant Paralysis.
Joseph Boyd Martin records, 1991-2007 (inclusive), 1997-2007 (bulk), 1991-2007 (inclusive), bulk: 1997-2007 (bulk)
The Mary Lee Ingbar papers, 1946-2008, document Ingbar's career as a health economist and professor at Harvard Medical School, University of California San Francisco, Dartmouth College, and University of Massachusetts Medical Center.
Correspondence, articles, speeches, notes, clippings, and awards of physician Alice Hamilton.
The Richard P. Strong papers consist of records reflecting the scientific work and career of Richard Pearson Strong. Strong was an expert in tropical medicine and worked in the United States, the Philippines, South America, and Africa.
Robert Higgins Ebert records, 1911-1982 (inclusive), 1965-1977 (bulk), 1911-1982 (inclusive), bulk: 1965-1977 (bulk)
The W. Lloyd Aycock Papers, 1919-1951, document the teaching and research activities of William Lloyd Aycock, Associate Professor of Preventive Medicine and Hygiene at Harvard Medical School and the Harvard School of Public Health.
The William A. Haseltine papers (1962-2008) are the product of Haseltine’s activities as a researcher, business executive, educator, lecturer, consultant, and contributing member of national and international organizations. Haseltine's main areas of research include cancer, HIV and AIDS, and genomics.