Found in 426 Collections and/or Records:
Biographical file includes photographs, newspaper clippings, journal reprints, CV, PBS "Hard Choices," and articles from AAMC/GPA News and Comment, MEDCOM, VUMC Register, and the Medical Report.
Personal papers of pediatrician, Vanderbilt alum and Vanderbilt professor Sarah H. Sell (b. 1913). Materials include: correspondence; reprints; reports; grant applications; manuscripts; personal and biographical material; medical illustrations and photographs; and files on laboratory procedures, Tennessee Medical Association; Private Practice Program, H. Influenza, pneumococcal vaccine, Abbot Laboratories, and Hartford Study.
Biographical file includes newspaper clippings, photographs, reprinted journal articles, CV, VUMC Reporter article, October 2006, register for Sarah Sell personal papers, and articles about Dr. Sell's husband, Dr. Charles G.R. Sell.
Personal papers of pathologist, Vanderbilt alum and Vanderbilt professor John L. Shapiro. The collection consists of notebooks containing material (case histories) from Clinico-Pathology conferences (CPC) at VUMC, some with Shapiro's handwritten notes. The CPCs were one of Dr. Shapiro's major instructional techniques. The cases usually precede the conference dates by three to fifteen years. These dates are for the conferences.
Biographical file includes photographs, biographical sketch, newspaper clippings, correspondence, a Medical Report article, poem, CV, and obituaries. Also included is a photograph of Mrs. Elizabeth Shapiro.
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