Found in 57 Collections and/or Records:
Biographical file contains photographs, curriculum vitae, several newspaper clippings, correspondence, generous amount of information on athletic substance abuse/VU athletic drug testing laboratory, and other biographical information.
File includes a curriculum vitae, a 1976 biographical sketch, and two 1991 biographical/obituary articles.
Biographical file includes photographs, negatives, two tribute/awards programs on compact disc, programs, curriculum vitae, numerous news clippings, notes, speeches, receipts, and several academic articles and book reviews authored by Dr. Collins.
Biographical file contains several photographs and some correspodence regarding former Chancellor James H. Kirkland and Vanderbilt School of Medicine.
Biographical file includes photographs, negatives, academic journal articles, an obituary, and other biographical information.
Biographical file includes reprints, curriculum vitae, correspondence, news clippings, personal notes, information on histoplasmosis,commencement programs histoplasmosis research, news clippings,biographical article by Dr. Robert D. Collins, and other biographical data.
Personal papers of William Andrew Demonbreun, pathologist and Vanderbilt professor from 1930-1965. Dr. Demonbreun is best known for his research on histoplasmosis. Material includes: correspondence, reprints, slides and photographs. Subject files focus on court testimony, the American College of Pathology, sulfanilamides, histoplasmosis, and toxoplasmosis.
Biographical file includes Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research 'Memorial Meeting for Simon Flexner' booklets, 1943 Science journal testimonial article, and other biographical information.
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