Philip Wyatt Felts Papers
Collection Scope and Content Summary
Personal papers of Philip Wyatt Felts, endocrinologist, teacher, and administrator. Materials include: correspondence, certificates, monthly calendars, reprints, and group photographs of Vanderbilt medical students 1975-80's. Also included are manuscripts and notes related to Diabetic Ketoacidosis.
- 1963 - 1992
- Felts, Philip W. (Person)
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Historical or Biographical Note
Dr. Philip Wyatt Felts (1931-1992) was an endocrinologist, teacher, researcher, and administrator in medicine. He is noted for research and advancement of education in diabetes, and he received numerous teaching awards.
Dr. Felts received his MD from the Vanderbilt University School of Medicine in 1956. He was the founder and director of Diabetes Center at Vanderbilt in 1962. He developed the national guidelines for diabetes research and training centers in 1975. Dr. Felts served as Assistant Dean of Student Affairs at the Vanderbilt School of Medicine from 1975 to 1988 and Director of the Vanderbilt University School of Medicine Alumni Services from 1988 to 1992.
0.93 Cubic Feet (2 Hollinger boxes 1 Half Hollinger box (Legal).)
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Personal papers of Philip Wyatt Felts, endocrinologist, teacher, and administrator. Materials include: correspondence, certificates, monthly calendars, reprints, and group photographs of Vanderbilt medical students 1975-80's.
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- Description is in English.
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