Found in 12 Collections and/or Records:
Established in 1908 as the American Society for the Advancement of Clinical Investigation; name was changed in 1916 to the present name. Organized for the purpose of encouraging medical research by physicians engaged in medical practice.
Correspondence between NLM and the author and two drafts and a bibliography about George Walter McCoy.
Cancer : the second and final war, 1986-1986 : documentary film of Harry Mantel about government funding of cancer research
UNPROCESSED COLLECTION. Mr. Harry Mantel recorded and edited the seventy-four videocassette tapes on the documentary Cancer: The Second and Final War, 1985-1986. Transcripts and articles are included with the collection.
Maps, graphs, charts, reprints, and photographs documenting Rice's cholera and malaria research in India during the 1930s. Also included are some biographical material and clippings relating to his work in South Carolina.
Collection of interviews conducted for source material for Rosen's projected history of United States public health in the postwar years; also included is some draft background materials.
Correspondence, talks, articles, reports and documents, photographs, certificates and diplomas. Dr. Shannon was on the faculty of the New York University College of Medicine from 1929-46. In 1946 he joined the National Institutes of Health, and from 1955-68 Dr. Shannon was Director of the NIH. In 1970 he became Professor and Special Assistant to the President of the Rockefeller University.
The collection contains official Public Health Service correspondence (1914-1919), collected data of several hospitals' diets (1909-1916), articles and reprints about the causes of pellagra (1915-1940), state and national board of health reports (1911-1915), and reports from the Thompson-McFadden Pellagra Commission (1914-1915).