National Institute of Health (U.S.)
Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:
Christian Anfinsen Papers
Christian Boehmer Anfinsen, Jr. (1916-1995), was an American biochemist who shared the 1972 Nobel Prize for work that helped explain the structure and composition of proteins in living cells. The collection consists primarily of materials related to Anfinsen's scientific career and is geared toward Anfinsen's research activities both inside and outside of the laboratory.
Harold Leroy Stewart Papers
Dr. Harold Stewart became Chief of the Laboratory of Pathology, National Cancer Institute, in 1939, and was appointed chief of the Pathological Anatomy Department, National Institutes of Health, in 1954. He retired from NIH in 1969. Along with his longtime colleague Dr. Thelma Dunn, pioneered methods to induce cancer of the stomach and intestines in experimental animals.
Lyndon Frederick Small Correspondence
Material is chiefly from the 1930's. Among the correspondents are H. J. Anslinger, Alfred Burger, Nathan B. Eddy, Arthur B. Lamb, and William Charles White.
National Science Foundation Special Committee on Medical Research Records
The papers in the collection reflect the committee's activities and interests. Included in the files are the program analyses prepared for the committee, background information on medical research in the Department of Health, Education and Welfare, and other information reflective of the state of federal medical research in the mid-1950's.
Station journal of the Hygienic Laboratory/National Institute of Health
Log of noteworthy activities at the Hygienic Laboratory, a record of employees and their travels as well as visitors to the facility.
Thomas C. Chalmers Papers
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.
- Amino Acid Sequence 1
- Cardiology 1
- Chromatography 1
- Clinical Trials 1
- Collected Correspondence 1
- Evidence-Based Medicine 1
- Gastroenterology 1
- Genetics, Biochemical 1
- Geriatrics 1
- Health Services Research 1
- Hepatitis 1
- Human Rights 1
- Interferons 1
- Meta-Analysis 1
- Morphine Derivatives--chemistry 1
- Neoplasms 1
- Peptides 1
- Plasmodium knowlesi 1
- Protein Conformation 1
- Public Health 1
- Public Health Administration 1
- Thermococcaceae 1
- United States 1 ∧ less