Harvard Medical School
Found in 47 Collections and/or Records:
Overview: The Paul Charles Zamecnik papers, 1910-2013 (inclusive), 1931-2009 (bulk) are the product of Zamecnik's research, writing, publishing, teaching, administrative, and professional activities throughout his career. The materials result from Zamecnik's work at Harvard Medical School, the Collis P. Huntington Memorial Hospital, Massachusetts General Hospital, the Worcester Foundation for Experimental Biology, Hybridon, Inc., and ZATA Pharmaceuticals, Inc., as well as a brief period working at the...
Overview: The Peter Bent Brigham Hospital records are the product of the hospital’s administrative, fundraising, publication, and public relations activities, as well as construction projects and training programs. The bulk of the records date from 1911 through 1980.
Overview: 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.
FOUND IN: Center for the History of Medicine (Francis A. Countway Library of Medicine) / Record Group: Harvard Medical School. Office of the Dean recordsSub-Group Identifier: RG M-DE01
Scope and Content: The records of the Office of the Dean are a product of the administrative activities of the Dean of Harvard Medical School (HMS), primarily in the years 1963-1978, under the tenure of Dean Robert Higgins Ebert (1914-1996). Record types consist of correspondence, meeting minutes and agenda, memoranda, reports, proposals, committee records, and a smaller number of handwritten notes, receipts, article reprints, press releases, photographs, flyers, programs, newspaper clippings and other printed...
Overview: The collection consists of records created or collected by Tayyaba Hasan in pursuit of her professional activities as a researcher in photodynamic medicine, primarily at the Wellman Center for Photomedicine at Massachusetts General Hospital. Photodynamic medicine (often referred to as photodynamic therapy) is used as a technique for disease detection and treatment; it depends upon the use of a photosensitizing agent, often a dye, which is injected into tissue and reacts when exposed to a...
Overview: 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.
Overview: The collection consists of materials reflecting the organization, administration, and activities of the Wives of Aesculapius, an organization created by the wives of members of the Aesculapian Club at Harvard Medical School in Boston, Massachusetts. Records include correspondence, minutes, membership surveys, scrapbooks, realia, and play scripts.