Milton T. Bush (1907-1984) biographical file
Biographical file includes a negative and an obituary clipping.
- 1984 - 1984
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Dr. Milton T. Bush received his undergraduate and graduate degrees from Cornell University. He joined Vanderbilt in 1935 and worked for the School of Medicine for 40 years, serving as a pharmacology professor and a professor emeritus. During his career, Bush led a research team working to develop a drug to help protect humans from radioactive fallout. Dr. Bush also received acclaim for winning a national senior men's tennis championship though he had just one arm.
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