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Harvard Medical School

 Organization

Found in 17 Collections and/or Records:

Brigham and Women’s Hospital records

Collection Identifier: BWH c1
Overview: The Brigham and Women’s Hospital records are the product of the hospital’s administrative, fundraising, publication, and public relations activities, the bulk of which cover the years 1980 through 2000. The collection is open-ended and new records are added as they are acquired.

Carol C. Nadelson papers

Collection Identifier: H MS c394
Overview: The Carol C. (Cooperman) Nadelson papers are the product of Nadelson's activities as a psychiatrist and medical educator who held academic appointments at Harvard Medical School, Tufts University School of Medicine, and Simmons College, and hospital appointments at Beth Israel Hospital, Cambridge Hospital, and Children’s Hospital Boston. The collection reflects Nadelson’s work with women’s health issues, particularly women’s mental health, between the 1970s and the 2000s. Topics include the...

David Dickinson Potter papers

Collection Identifier: H MS c542
Overview: The David Dickinson Potter papers, 1859-2014 (inclusive), 1958-2014 (bulk) consist of papers, as well as some electronic media, film, slides, photographs, and photographic negatives, produced as a result of Potter’s professional activities as a neurobiologist and teacher in the Harvard Medical School Department of Neurobiology, and from his work as a mentor and advocate for underrepresented students at Harvard Medical School. The collection also includes records from Potter’s work establishing...

E. Tessa Hedley-Whyte papers

Collection Identifier: H MS c320
Overview: E. Tessa Hedley-Whyte (1937-) is an anatomic pathologist, neuropathologist, Harvard Medical School professor (1991-), and researcher for organizations such as the Alzheimer Disease Research Center at Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston. Her papers (1956-2006) are the product of her teaching activities and research and clinical interests in brain tumors, pituitary tumors, neurodegenerative disorders, and immunohistochemistry, and include lectures and writings, professional correspondence and...

Harold Amos papers

Collection Identifier: H MS c476
Overview: The Harold Amos papers, 1951-2003, are the product of Amos’s professional, research, and teaching activities throughout his career. Amos is known for his research into bacterial metabolism and animal and bacterial virology, including the use of bacterial RNA to program higher cell protein synthesis, enzyme inductions, insulin, serum, temperature effects, ribosomes, phosphoproteins, RNA metabolism, as well as glucose starvation and glycerol and hexose metabolism. The papers are arranged in four...

Harvard Medical School affiliated hospitals images

Collection Identifier: RG M-CL02, Series number 00159
Overview: This finding aid describes photographs, prints and other images portraying the affiliated hospitals of Harvard Medical School.

Harvard Medical School faculty (A-C) portraits

Collection Identifier: RG M-CL02a, Series number 00137, 00138
Overview: This finding aid describes photographs, prints and other images portraying faculty and staff members of Harvard Medical School.

Harvard Medical School faculty and staff (D-W) portraits

Collection Identifier: RG M-CL02b, Series number 00137, 00138
Overview: This finding aid describes photographs, prints and other images portraying faculty members of Harvard Medical School.

Henry Pickering Bowditch papers

Collection Identifier: H MS c5
Overview: H. P. (Henry Pickering) Bowditch (1840-1911) established the first physiological laboratory at Harvard Medical School and taught at the school for 35 years. The collection consists mainly of correspondence but also includes family research records, personal papers including military records, lectures, writings, and manuscript materials.

James Payton Leake student notes

Collection — Box: 01Identifier: H MS c588
Scope and Contents: Consists of records created by James Payton Leake during his tenure as a student at Harvard Medical School, including: 13 volumes of notes taken on blank paper representing lectures given by Harvard Medical School faculty between 1903 and 1907 with date and lecturer noted by Leake; 1 print volume for "Course of Materia Medica" in the Department of Pharmacology, Harvard Medical School with extensive annotation by Leake; 2 volumes of "Outlines of Medical Diagnosis. Prepared for the Use of...