Branscomb, Ben V

 Digital Record
Identifier: 295
Branscomb, Ben V


  • 1952 - 1953

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Historical or Biographical Note

Ben V. Branscomb, M.D., attended Duke University School of Medicine from 1944-47 and interned at the University of Chicago Clinics from 1947-48. He conducted his residency at Vanderbilt University as Assistant Resident in Medicine from 1950-52 and as Chief Medical Resident from 1952-53. Dr.Branscomb was Distinguished Professor of Medicine at the University of Alabama in Birmingham for much of his career. His father was Harvie Branscomb,esteemed Chancellor Emeritus of Vanderbilt University.

Language of Materials



Biographical file includes one photograph of Dr. Branscomb when he was Resident Physician, 1952-1953.

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Part of the VUMC Historical Images and Biographies Repository

Eskind Biomedical Library
2209 Garland Ave.
Nashville TN 37232


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