Sarah Hamilton Sell (1913-2012) biographical file
- 1960 - 2006
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Sarah Hamilton Sell received her undergraduate degree from Berea College in 1934. She then worked as a bacteriologist for the Alabama State Health Department for three years. In 1937 she came to Vanderbilt as a graduate student in bacteriology, graduating with a M.S. degree in 1938. Six years later she entered Vanderbilt Medical School and graduated in 1948. After graduation she completed pediatric residencies at Vanderbilt, Cincinnati Children's Hospital, and Louisiana State University.
Dr. Sell joined the Vanderbilt faculty in 1954 and remained until her retirement in 1978. Dr. Sell served as a consultant at the Tennessee Department of Health and Environment in 1978 and as president of the Nashville Academy of Medicine in 1987. She died in Nashville, October 6, 2012
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