Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:
Contains notes from courses on anatomy and physiology, minor surgery and first aid, laboratory technique, hygiene and sanitation, chemistry, pharmacy, nursing, and materia medica taken by Cooper while a student in the Hospital Corps School.
Physician, bacteriologist, first director of the Hygienic Laboratory. M.D. from Bellevue Hospital Medical College, 1882; Ph.D., Georgetown University, 1896. From 1887 to 1899 directed Hygienic Laboratory for the Marine Hospital Service, and from 1899 to 1901 directed plague activities in San Francisco.
Collection contains correspondence, reports, printed materials, and photographs document Dr. Julius Schreiber's psychological orientation of American soldiers during World War II and his efforts to improve American society through the National Institute of Social Relations just after the war.
Correspondence, notes and drafts, subject files, reprints, patient records, records of surgeries, and motion pictures documenting the practice, teaching, and authorship of thoracic surgeon Lyman Brewer, noted for his advances in emergency thoracotomy and wet lung war casualties (respiratory distress syndrome) born from his World War II experiences.