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United States. Veterans Administration


Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:

Alan Gregg Papers

Identifier: MS C 190
Abstract Dr. Alan Gregg was with the Rockefeller Foundation from 1922 to 1956, the year he retired. He was Associate Director in the Division of Medical Education, 1922-1930; Director of the Division of Medical Sciences, 1930-1951; and, Vice-President of the Foundation, 1951-1956. Correspondence, journals, notes, oral history transcripts, scrapbooks, printed matter, and reprints. Personal items include family letters, biographical profiles, reflections and observations, diaries, and commonplace...
Dates: 1900-1985

Letter from James F. Burris to Edward D. Freis

 Digital Record
Identifier: 101584929X179
Dates: 11 January 1987

Michael E. DeBakey Archives

 Collection — Box: 40
Identifier: MS C 582

Michael Ellis DeBakey made significant contributions to cardiovascular medicine throughout his long career at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, Texas. Personal material, correspondence, administrative and medical records, writings, conference and awards files, subject files, photographs, audiovisual media, and artifacts gathered from DeBakey's home document his personal life and career as a surgeon, inventor, and medical statesman.

Dates: 1903-2010

The Modern Management of Hypertension

 Digital Record
Identifier: 101584929X105
Dates: Publication: January 1973

Thomas C. Chalmers Papers

Identifier: MS C 542

Thomas C. Chalmers, MD, clinician- scientist- teacher- administrator- entrepreneur, played a pivotal role in the scientific development of the randomized control trial and clinical trial meta-analysis. Research files, teaching materials, correspondence, publications, conference packets and notes, audiovisuals, and personal material document his life and medical career.

Dates: 1927-1995

VistA Imaging System Collection

Identifier: HMD MS ACC 2012-008

UNPROCESSED COLLECTION. Records related to Dayhoff's development of the Veterans' Administration VistA Imaging System, which integrates clinical images, scanned documents, and other non-textual data into a patient's electronic medical record.

Dates: 1990-2000