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Subject Source: Medical Subject Headings

Found in 10 Collections and/or Records:

Alexis I. Shelokov papers

Identifier: HMD MS ACC 2011-040

UNPROCESSED COLLECTION. Chron files, correspondence, subject files, reprints, reports. Dr. Shelokov is a virologist and physician who worked on the polio vaccine, served as chief of the Laboratory of Tropical Virology at NIAID in the 1950s and 1960s, and participated in US-USSR biomedical research exchanges. Following his years with NIH, he was with the University of Texas Health Sciences Center in San Antonio.

Dates: 1952-1996

Alick Isaacs Laboratory Notebooks

Identifier: MS C 336

Contains Dr. Isaacs laboratory notebooks, thesis, and reprints on research-related topics.

Dates: 1938-1965

Frank Lappin Horsfall Papers

Identifier: MS C 191

Dr. Frank Horsfall was a microbiologist with the Rockefeller Hospital from 1934 to 1960, after which he became Director of the Sloan-Kettering Institute for Cancer Research until his death in 1971. Collection contains correspondence, diaries, memoranda, drafts of articles, laboratory studies and notes, reprints, printed matter, and photos.

Dates: 1940-1971

Franklin A. Neva papers

Identifier: HMD MS ACC 2013-001
Abstract UNPROCESSED COLLECTION. Trip reports, lecture notes, speeches, oversize data collection books, a diary kept sporadically from 1944 to 50, including the period he spent at NAMRU III in Egypt, personal correspondence beginning in 1942 through 1990 or so, additional photos and kodachrome slides, trip photo albums, some patient slides and possibly a few clinical notes, and selected administrative files and reports and photos taken at NIH, PAHO, IOM. Laboratory books and various files from years...
Dates: 1944-1990

Ludwik Gross Papers

Identifier: MS C 504

Personal papers of Ludwik Gross, Lasker-Award winning cancer research pioneer who proved that viruses could cause cancer in animals.

Dates: 1908-2014

Richard M. Taylor Papers

Identifier: MS C 629

Taylor was a microbiologist, public health official and Director of the Rockefeller Foundation International Health Division. His specialty was arboviruses. In 1951 at the age of 65 he helped establish a program at the U.S. Naval Medical Research Unit (NAMRU-3) in Egypt to study mosquito- and tick-borne viruses and their transmission cycles. Collaborating closely with Telford Work and others, their work helped eradicate yellow fever and identified the West Nile virus.

Dates: 1930-1981

Robert M. Chanock Papers

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MS C 628

Correspondence, research reports and data, reprints, lectures, and conference notes document Dr. Robert M. Chanock's career studying and developing therapies for respiratory viruses that are particularly common in children, notably human respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) and the para-influenza viruses.

Dates: 1933-2008 (bulk 1950-2008)

Telford H. Work Papers

Identifier: MS C 564

The papers of Telford H. Work (1921-1995) highlight international research and teaching in the field of arbovirology and tropical disease. The collection, which spans from 1938-1990, contains material about his education, career, hobbies, and achievements.

Dates: 1938-1990

Werner and Gertrude Henle Papers

Identifier: MS C 491
Abstract Werner Henle, the son of a surgeon and grandson of anatomist-histologist Jacob Henle, was born in Dortmund, Germany. He attended the University of Munich from 1929-1930 and transferred to the University of Heidelberg in 1930 where he finished the course work needed for medical degree in 1934. Gertrude Szpingier was born in Mannheim, Germany and received her medical degree from the University of Heidelberg in 1936. The Henles are the most well known, however, for their research on...
Dates: 1955-1987