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. Clarence Dennis (1909-2003) was a pioneering heart surgeon and developer of a heart-lung bypass machine. Laboratory notes, correspondence, publications, and professional papers chronicle his surgical and research career at the University of Minnesota, the State University of New York, and the National Heart and Lung Institute.
UNPROCESSED COLLECTION. Administrative files, photographs, awards and honors, research files, drafts and reprints of articles, motion picture films, audiocassette interviews; artificial organ prototypes; patents; and medical device blueprints documenting the career of heart surgeon, artificial organ inventor, and NHLBI administrator Dr. Lowell Harmison.
"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.