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UNPROCESSED COLLECTION. Book drafts/galleys, subject files, MYCIN/ON diagnosis decision experiments, research projects and education efforts of the Stanford Medical Computer Science group and later the Stanford Medical Informatics group and Medical Information Sciences Training Program; 1998 Stanford's Introduction to Medical Informatics short course videotapes (26).
Lederberg won the 1958 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine with Edward Tatum and George Beadle "for his discoveries concerning genetic recombination and the organization of the genetic material of bacteria." He was professor of genetics at Stanford University, president of Rockfeller University, and public servant to presidents, national groups, and governmental organizations.
Donald A.B. Lindberg (1933-) is a scientist who served as the Director of the National Library of Medicine between 1984-2015. Dr. Lindberg pioneered applying computer technology to health care at the University of Missouri and has made notable contributions to information and computer activities in medical diagnosis, artificial intelligence, and educational and outreach programs.