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UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT AUSTIN SCHOOL OF NURSING

... by a board of lady managers it was subsumed by the Medical Department as a regular department of the University of Texas in 1896. ... and doctoral degrees. The same year the Center for Nursing Research was opened in Austin to facilitate the research components of the ...

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CHIROPRACTIC

... failed because of the strong opposition of the Texas Medical Association and because Texas chiropractors were not united. The ... but this merger spawned the Texas Chiropractic Research Society, a new rival group of "straight" chiropractors. During the ... General Medical Expertise ...

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DUNCAN, DONALD

... Duncan, professor of anatomy at the University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston, was born in Marietta, Minnesota, on January 31, ... students, whom he encouraged to become involved in medical research. He published numerous research papers, especially in neuroanatomy, ...

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OPTOMETRY

... of Opticians, and by 1909 it had over 200 members. The Medical Practice Act of 1907 did not specifically mention optometry, but a ... in physiological optics for those who plan careers in research or teaching. By 1987 it had awarded 23 Ph.D. degrees, 34 M.S. degrees, ...

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FOSTER, JOSEPH BEVERLY

... Sherman. He received an M.D. from the University of Texas Medical Branch in 1920 and served an internship at St. Joseph's Infirmary in ... consultant at M. D. Anderson Hospital for Cancer Research (now the University of Texas M. D. Anderson Cancer Center qv ) and ...

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SCHAEFER, MARIE CHARLOTTE

... the first female faculty member of the University of Texas Medical Branch, the third of five daughters of John Henry and Wilhelma (Butz) ... Duodenale in Texas" was published in Medical News . The research that led to this paper was undertaken with efficiency and strict ...

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POTH, EDGAR J.

... Maryland. While continuing to teach and engage in research, Poth earned a medical degree from this school in 1931. During those years he was also given ...

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AEROSPACE MEDICINE, LYNDON B. JOHNSON SPACE CENTER

... Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center has become the focus of research in aerospace medicine. NASA and aerospace medicine. The ... and ingenious cadre of engineers, but the aerospace medical expertise resided in the military service and in universities supported ...

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RANDALL, EDWARD, JR.

... in 1917. During World War I he was acting chief of medical services at Walter Reed Hospital. Randall succeeded his father as a ... the John Sealy Hospital Fever Therapy Unit and other research projects. He was the first Texas diplomate of the National Board of ...

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MILITARY MEDICINE

... who accompanied the Spanish army faced many serious medical problems along with the injuries that resulted from military ... encroachment, and a depleted treasury virtually paralyzed medical functions in the army. The soldiers were underequipped, malnourished, ... to Randolph Field, near San Antonio. This important research facility had been the site of much significant medical investigation, ...

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