Chemical Heritage Foundation - Othmer Library of Chemical History
Hong Sun was born and raised in Beijing, China, during the Cultural Revolution, the older of two siblings. Both of her parents were physicians who, later in their careers, focused more on medical research than practice—her mother in pathology, her father in immunology. Life during the Revolution provided a “chaotic” education at times, including a year of re-education in the countryside at the end of high school, and also family separation (Sun’s parents were sent to the countryside for several years for re-education, while Sun remained in Beijing under her grandmother’s care). The rise of Deng Xiaoping to power after Chairman Mao brought a return of the college admission program, giving Sun the ability to develop and pursue her interest in science, attending Beijing Medical College, from which she received her medical degree. She also took part in the basic research program at the medical school, studying the binding affinity of monoclonal antibodies against aflatoxin for ... Read More
Harvard University - Countway Library of Medicine
The records of the Office of the Dean of the Faculty of Medicine are the product of the administrative activities of the Deans of Harvard Medical School, during the years 1828-1904. The collection consists of correspondence, petitions, reports, financial records, and certificates and chronicles education, administration, and committee activities at Harvard Medical School. Correspondence from Harvard University President Charles Eliot and the Harvard Corporation is contained in the collection, including a letter from Eliot outlining medical education reforms at the institution. Correspondence and petitions relating to the admission of women and blacks, in particular the case of Martin Delany, is included in the collection as well. The collection also contains records relating to the Medical School's relocation to facilities on Boylston Street in Boston, Mass
Harvard University - Countway Library of Medicine
Papers are the product of Janet W. McArthur's career as a professor and researcher in gynecology and endocrinology at Harvard Medical School and Massachusetts General Hospital from 1943 to 1984. The bulk of the collection comes from the end of her career (1988-2000); earlier records are primarily professional correspondence. Professional activities records include raw research data about polycystic ovary syndrome and exercise, correspondence about research and medical students, and subject files. Manuscripts include drafts and correspondence regarding articles authored by McArthur about polycystic ovary syndrome. Personal papers contain photographs, newspaper and magazine clippings, correspondence, and notebooks addressing subjects of interest (medicine, women in medicine) and McArthur's religious faith. The collection also contains a complete set of her reprints and miscellaneous honoraria
Harvard University - Countway Library of Medicine
This series documents biographical information on selected faculty. Records include VHS and U-Matic tapes
Harvard University - Countway Library of Medicine
Consists of correspondence, presentations and writings, committee and association records, and grant files from her work at the Massachusetts Alzheimer Disease Research Center, 1965 to 1999
Minnesota Historical Society
Correspondence, diaries, writings, clippings, printed matter, Civil War pension files (1882-1928), and other papers documenting in rich detail several generations of the James Christie family of Dodge County, Wisconsin; Rapidan Township, Blue Earth County, Minnesota; and Stevens County, Washington
University of Pennsylvania Archives
The Helen O. Dickens Papers document the latter half of Dickens' career in the field of medicine, medical education and public health. The collection contains correspondence, articles, reprints, grant proposals and some notes regarding Dickens' work in teenage pregnancy during the 1960s and 1970s which can be found in the Medical and Correspondence series
Duke University - Medical Center Archives
Contains CD and transcript of an oral history interview with Samuel L. Katz. Major subjects in this interview include women in the field of pediatrics and specific women in Duke's Department of Pediatrics under his tenure
Duke University - Medical Center Archives
Includes a CD and transcript of an oral history interview with Mary Duke Biddle Trent Semans. Major subjects in this interview include Semans' experiences with health care at Duke and in Durham throughout her lifetime
Duke University - Medical Center Archives
Contains CD and transcript of an oral history interview with Edward C. Halperin. Major subjects in this interview include the role of women at Duke Medicine throughout the institution's history


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