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SAN ANTONIO STATE HOSPITAL

... $2 million appropriation for SASH to establish a clinical research unit to seek new methods of diagnosis and treatment for chronically ...

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FORT SAM HOUSTON

... but Fort Sam Houston received a new mission—medical training. Brooke Army Medical Center was established with Brooke ... medical technicians. In 1946 the Institute of Surgical Research was moved to Fort Sam from Halloran General Hospital in New York. The ...

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MCDERMOTT, EUGENE

... McDermott joined Everette Lee DeGolyer 's Geophysical Research Corporation in Houston as a field supervisor. He was soon placed in ... of Delinquent Youth . He was also involved in scientific medical projects at various universities, including Columbia, the University of ...

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BOWLES, JOHN DUDLEY

... joined the United States Army, and he was sent to Meharry Medical College in Nashville, Tennessee. While in medical school, Bowles continued his membership in the Omega Psi Phi ... Interview with Ben Noble,” Oklahoma Oral History Research Program, Edmon Low Library, Oklahoma State University, 2009 ...

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UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT AUSTIN

... the main university and Galveston for the location of the medical department. At the first meeting of the board of regents, on November ... the Colorado River. The site is now used for life-sciences research. A vote of the regents to move the university to that site in 1921 was ...

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ATKINSON, DONALD TAYLOR

... nurse from McLean Hospital, part of the Harvard medical complex. Shortly after graduation he was hired to accompany a patient ... and a bronze medal from the University of Florence for his research in glaucoma. He was awarded an honorary doctor of science degree by ...

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HOBLITZELLE, KARL ST. JOHN

... this foundation, Hoblitzelle helped form the Southwestern Medical Foundation, which donated the money and Dallas land for the teaching and research hospital that later became the University of Texas Southwestern ...

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TAUB, BEN

... TAUB, BEN (1889–1982). Ben Taub, philanthropist and medical benefactor, fourth child of Jacob Nathan Taub, was born in 1889 in ... guide the Harris County Hospital to the highest quality of research, teaching, and patient care through affiliation with Baylor College of ...

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LYNDON B. JOHNSON SPACE CENTER

... its facilities for conducting space operations and applied research. It employs more than 19,000 workers, including nearly 100 astronauts ... on July 28, 1973, conducted observations of the earth and medical, astrophysical, and flight experiments for nearly two months in orbit. ...

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GROLLMAN, ARTHUR

... They had three children. After completing his medical degree Grollman served from 1930 to 1931 as a Guggenheim fellow at the ... of the Department of Experimental Medicine at Southwestern Medical School of the University of Texas (now the University of Texas ... most outstanding achievement in his field was his research on peritoneal dialysis, a treatment for kidney disease and ...

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