Found in 26 Collections and/or Records:
Barger, A. Clifford, 1917-1996. Four samples of Silastic tubing in various sizes created by Dow-Corning, each stored in a separate envelope, 1976. Tubing sent to A. Clifford Barger by A. John Erdmann, 1976
Four samples of Silastic tubing stored in original envelopes.
Carola Eisenberg (born 1917), psychiatrist and medical educator, served as Dean for Student Affairs at both the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, Massachusetts (1972-1978; the first woman to hold that position) and Harvard Medical School, Boston, Massachusetts (1978-1990). The Carola Eisenberg papers consist of Eisenberg's lectures pertaining to the role of women in medicine, her letters of recommendation, and assorted personal papers.
The Edward Peirson Richardson, Sr. papers, 1875-1931, document Richardson's career as Chief of the Third and later West Surgical Services at Massachusetts General Hospital and as John Homans Professor of Surgery at Harvard Medical School.
This finding aid describes photographs, prints and other images portraying faculty and staff members of Harvard Medical School.
This finding aid describes photographs, prints and other images portraying faculty members of Harvard Medical School.
The Joint Program in Nuclear Medicine records, 1966-1997 (inclusive), 1970-1995 (bulk) consist of correspondence, meeting minutes, disciplinary files, annual reports, and subject files related to the development and administration of the Joint Program in Nuclear Medicine. Subjects of the records include the selection of new residents, selection and hiring of faculty, resident training, and facilities available at partner hospitals.
The Herbert Benson papers, 1960-2003, document Benson's career as a cardiologist and behavioral medicine specialist atBoston City Hospital's Thorndike Memorial Laboratory, Beth Israel Hospital, New England Deaconess Hospital, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, and the Mind/Body Medical Institute, and as Mind/Body Medical Institute Associate Professor of Medicine atHarvard Medical School.
Consists of one bound notebook labeled "Anatomy Lectures" containing notes taken by Howard Yaffee while attending lectures in gross anatomy and neuroanatomy at Harvard Medical School between 1947 and 1948; lecture schedules are stapled at the front of the volume.
The Jacob Fine papers, 1939-1976, document the research, teaching, and professional activities of Jacob Fine, Professor of Surgery at Harvard Medical School and Surgeon-in-Chief at Beth Israel Hospital, and his research in traumatic and septic shock.
Joseph Boyd Martin records, 1991-2007 (inclusive), 1997-2007 (bulk), 1991-2007 (inclusive), bulk: 1997-2007 (bulk)
The Joseph C. Aub Papers, 1918-1974, are the result of Aub's teaching, endocrine research and professional activities as Professor of Research Medicine at Harvard Medical School and Physician at Massachusetts General Hospital.
The Leon Eisenberg papers, 1905-2009 (inclusive), 1968-2005 (bulk), are the product of Eisenberg’s activities as a psychiatrist, educator, lecturer, and contributing member of national and international organizations. Eisenberg's main areas of research were autism, attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder, schizophrenia, and anxiety and depression.
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.
Consists of reprints of writings on neurological topics by Walter Dandy and Harvey Cushing, the neurosurgeon with whom Codding worked at Harvard Medical School.
The Oliver Cope papers, 1891-1992 (inclusive), 1930-1991 (bulk), are the product of Cope’s professional, research, teaching, and publishing activities throughout the course of his career. The papers are arranged in five series: I. Professional Appointments Files (1922-1984, undated); II. Professional Activities Files (1928-1992, undated); III. Subject Files (1927-1990, undated); IV. Writings and Publications (1891-1988, undated); and V. Collected Publications (1933-1990, undated).
Records in the S. J. Adelstein papers were generated by Adelstein during his medical training and throughout his professional career as a researcher and administrator for Harvard Medical School, Boston, Massachusetts. The collection includes: Adelstein’s student notes; correspondence and memoranda; research notes; grant applications; notebooks; datebooks; telephone and meeting logs; and meeting minutes.
The Sidney H. Ingbar Papers, 1926-1991, document Ingbar's career as an endocrinologist and academic physician at Harvard Medical School, Boston City Hospital, and Beth Israel Hospital, and his research on thyroid-related issues.