Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:
Interview transcripts and memos, field notes, correspondence, subject files, reprints, and newspaper clippings documenting multiple ethnographical medical sociology research projects conducted by Judith Swazey and Renée Fox, working independently and jointly under the auspices of the Acadia Institute which primarily focused on social, ethical, and policy issues in biomedical research and healthcare.
Dr. Chauncey Leake received his Ph.D. degree in physiology and pharmacology. Throughout his career as a researcher, teacher, and administrator, Dr. Leake maintained an interest in the history of medicine and medical ethics. Collection consists chiefly of general correspondence relating to individuals as well as to organizations, the latter consisting of associations, societies, foundations, conferences and congresses, and clubs.
UNPROCESSED COLLECTION. Editorial Files of the Encyclopedia of Bioethics. Contains correspondence, manuscripts, organizational records, and reviews. Warren T. Reich edited the 5th edition of the Encyclopedia of bioethics, published in 1995.
Photocopied correspondence, minutes, records, and reports gathered by NIH's Human Radiation Studies Task Force to evaluate and document NIH-related human radiation studies conducted under PHS authority from 1948-1974.
"The artificial heart: a case study of social and ethical issues posed by advanced medical technology" Collection
Interviews, interview summaries, testimonies, audiocassettes, field notes, and background articles created and collected by Judith Swazey and Renee Fox as part of their study of the Jarvik-7 artificial heart's development and clinical use.
Dr. Vernon E. Wilson (1915-1992) was a nationally known leader in medical education and an innovative administrator of medical programs in academia and government. Although the collection covers the years 1953 through 1981, the bulk of the records were created in the 1970s.