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Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

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...

Jeffries Wyman papers

Collection Identifier: H MS c12
Overview: The Jeffries Wyman papers, 1826-1936 (inclusive), 1849-1874 (bulk) are the product of Wyman's research, teaching, professional, and publishing activities throughout his career as a naturalist and scientific researcher with positions as the Hersey Professor of Anatomy at Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts; curator of what is now the Peabody Museum of American Archaeology and Ethnology at Harvard University; curator of the Lowell Institute, Boston; and as a professor of anatomy and...

John E. Hoopes papers

Collection Identifier: H MS c407
Overview: The John E. Hoopes papers, 1940-2012 (inclusive) are the product of Hoopes's professional, research, writing, teaching, and administrative activities throughout his career. The materials result from his time as an Assistant Professor of Plastic Surgery and later Chairman, Plastic Surgery, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, and founding Chairman of the Johns Hopkins Gender Identity Clinic as well as the Chairman, Plastic Surgery Division, Washington University School of Medicine, Saint...

Myron Essex papers

Collection Identifier: H MS c466
Overview: The Myron Essex papers, 1949-1996 (inclusive), 1965-1996 (bulk), are the product of Essex’s professional, research, teaching, and publishing activities throughout the early years of his career. Essex’s research focused on the link between retroviruses and immunosuppressive disease in animals and human beings, including HIV-AIDS. The papers are arranged in four series: I. Correspondence files, 1969-1992, undated; II. Harvard School of Public Health records, 1970-1996, undated; III. Research...