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    • 1-11HTWWM1916CourseBooklet

    • 1916 University of Utah School of Medicine Course Booklet - Early 1900s University of Utah School of Medicine's entrance requirements included typical pre-requisites like chemistry and anatomy, along with a "reading knowledge of French or German"...
    • Universities; Utah; Courses; 1900s; students; medicine
    • 1-16HTWWMHashimotoatChalkboard

    • The Ambidextrous Irishman - Dr. Edward Hashimoto - After the bombing of Pearl Harbor in 1941, reactions to the Japanese in Utah and across the U.S. varied from threats and bewilderment to discrimination and internment. One of the most popular...
    • Universities; Utah; campus; faculty; Hashimoto; ambidextrous; Salt Lake City
    • 1-17HTTWMWintrobewithResidents

    • Maxwell Wintrobe MD with Residents - The rigor of early education at the medical school bore the stamp of Dr. Wintrobe, who suggested to faculty in 1946 that misspelling and illegibility on tests should be counted against students, that all exams...
    • Universities; Utah; campus; medicine; students; Wintrobe; residents; classroom;
    • 1-18HTWWMDr.SLabrum'44

    • Women in Medicine, Against All Odds - During World War II, the U.S. government paid medical school expenses for male students only, leaving women with few funding resources. Pictured here: Shirley Labrum MD '44 and Frances Willie Stout MD '44
    • Universities; Utah; campus; medicine; women in medicine; students; courses; Salt Lake City
    • 1-19HTWWMJDJohnson1957Yearbook

    • Joyce Johnson MD-Class of 1957 - Established and action plan for treating cardiac arrest at LDS Hospital; Organized CPR teams in 84 of 126 hospitals in the Mountain West region; Only female graduate of the School of Medicine class of 1957.
    • Universities; Utah; women in medicine; students; 1957
    • 1-19HTWWMJoyceJohnsonMD2015

    • Joyce Johnson MD-Class of 1957 - Established and action plan for treating cardiac arrest at LDS Hospital; Organized CPR teams in 84 of 126 hospitals in the Mountain West region; Only female graduate of the School of Medicine class of 1957.
    • Universities; Utah; campus; students; 1957
    • 1-20HTWWM1956TheQuorum

    • By 1956, Drs. Price, Wintrobe, Goodman and their team of medical school leaders, reverently nicknamed “The Quorum,” had persuaded the U’s Board of Regents to approve a $10 million medical center with a companion hospital, which would allow...
    • Universities; Utah; hospital; medicine; Quorum; 1956; administration; Salt Lake City;
    • 2-30HTWWMMovingDay07101965

    • On the morning of July 10, 1965, the Utah National Guard and Air Guard helped transfer nearly 100 patients from the Salt Lake County General Hospital. The procession of ambulances was met at the new hospital by Utah Governor Calvin L. Rampton;...
    • Universities; Utah; 1965; University Hospital; School of Medicine;
    • 2-31HTWWMMovingDay07101965

    • Ninety-three patients were transferred to the new University Medical Center with well-rehearsed, military precision. "Everything moved as smoothly as though the place had been in operation for years," said Vernon L. Harris, MHA, hospital...
    • Universities; Utah; 1965; University Hospital; School of Medicine;
    • 2-34HTWWMSOM1966

    • Building 521 quickly became home to nearly 300 medical students who spent much of their lives in the building taking classes, seeing patients and assisting with research. Transitioning from the medical school buildings on main campus and the old...
    • Universities; Utah; University Hospital; School of Medicine; 1966;
    • 2-35HTWWMCharlesRichMD2015

    • Dr. Charles Rich served as Chief Medical Officer to the Salt Lake Winter Games in 2002; Past president of the American Association of Neurological Surgeons and the American Academy of neurological Surgeons; Voted by the 1965 School of Medicine...
    • Universities; Utah; School of Medicine; students; Charles Rich; 1965
    • 2-35HTWWMFlorenceStrong

    • Florence Strong, administator to six deans of the School of Medicine over a spam of 25 years, was lauded in the 1969 School of Medicine yearbook as the one person on staff who "always found time to soothe our wounds or appropriately kick our...
    • Universities; Utah; School of Medicine; Florence Strong
    • 2-36HTWWMSkaggsPharmacyLab

    • Skaggs Pharmacy Lab - L.S. "Sam" Skaggs, Jr. - In his 20s, Sam Skaggs dreamed of becoming a pharmacist. Instead he became one of the most powerful business people in the nation, donating in excess of $60 million to fund the College of Pharmacy.
    • Universities; Utah; School of Pharmacy; pharmacy; Sam Skaggs
    • 2-39HTWWM1960MedicalWives

    • In the 60s, Medical Wives was an official social club self-described in the 1966 Medicine Man yearbook as "a busy group of women who put their talents to work baking cakes, gathering books, and holding rummage sales." While the name has changed to...
    • Universities; Utah; School of Medicine; life; students;
    • 2-39HTWWMEHammond2015

    • Liz Hammond, MD Class of '67 was the author of 125 original publications; Legacy of Life Award recipient; professor of pathology; only female graduate of the School of Medicine, class of 1967.
    • Universities; Utah; School of Medicine; women in medicine; women; Elizabeth Hammond; 1967
    • 3-47HTWWMJulianMaack

    • Julian Maack, Medical Illustrator - Tucked away in Room AC112 of Building 521, a crack team of photographers, illustrators and even a cinematographer brought a different kind of innovation to the University of Utah. Julian Maack, who could aways be...
    • Universities; Utah; School of Medicine; Julian Maack; medical illustrations; medicine;
    • 3-50HTWWMTCaine1963

    • Thomas Caine, MD Class of '63 - "Tom showed everyone how patients should be treated. But he also showed faculty members how they should treat each other, and how they should treat the nurses, techs, orderlies, and custodians. He showed us all how...
    • Universities; Utah; School of Medicine; Thomas Caine; medicine; University Hospital
    • 3-50HTWWMTCaineJHolbrook2015

    • John Holbrook, MD Class of '67b and Thomas Caine, MD Class of '63 worked together at University of Utah as internists for over 26 years; The first two of three hires for the Division of General Internal Medicine.
    • Universities; Utah; School of Medicine; John Holbrook; Thomas Caine; faculty; medicine;
    • 3-52HTWWMMaxWintrobePortrait

    • Maxwell Wintrobe MD PhD - Dr. Wintrobe furthered his contributions to the School of Medicine as he initiated and developed the concept of a cardiovascular research institute. In 1971, he recruited distinguished cardiologist and researcher Junior...
    • Universities; Utah; School of Medicine; faculty; Maxwell Wintrobe; Junior Abildskov;
    • 3-53HWWMWearableArtificialKidney

    • Wearable Artificial Kidney - In 1979, Dr. Willem Kolff's team of inventors, scientists, engineers and physicians worked together to improve his original artificial kidney and unveiled the Wearable Artificial Kidney (WAK) which didn't need washing...
    • Universities; Utah; School of Medicine; Willem Kolff; Wearable Artificial Kidney;
    • 3-55HTWWMDialysisinWonderland1

    • Dialysis in Wonderland - The Wearable Artificial Kidney (WAK) allowed more freedom to move and explore. The patients were then offered "Dialysis in Wonderland" expeditions with medical teams from Dr Kolff's lab. The outdoor explorations included...
    • Universities: Utah; School of Medicine; Willem Kolff; Dialysis in Wonderland; patients;
    • 3-55HTWWMDialysisinWonderland2

    • Dialysis in Wonderland - The Wearable Artificial Kidney (WAK) allowed more freedom to move and explore. The patients were then offered "Dialysis in Wonderland" expeditions with medical teams from Dr Kolff's lab. The outdoor explorations included...
    • Universities: Utah; School of Medicine; Willem Kolff; Dialysis in Wonderland; patients;
    • 3-59HTWWMRogerWilliams1976

    • Roger Williams MD was one of the medical school's most successful faculty members in obtaining research funding. After joining the University in 1976, he was principal investigator on 21 research grants totaling $18.9 million. Nearly $16 million of...
    • Universities; University of Utah; School of Medicine;
    • 3-60HTWWMHomerWarneratdesk

    • The HELP system, short for Health Evaluation through Logical Processing, has been quietly developing for over a decade at LDS Hospital in the medical biophysics and computing department, led by Homer Warner, MD, PhD, class of '49.
    • Universities; University of Utah; School of Medicine; Biomedical Informatics
    • 3-60HTWWMWarnerGardnerPryor

    • Dr. Warner's Computer Room - When Dr. Gardner walked into Dr. Warner's lab for the first time, he was surprised to see large computer rooms instead of a more standard clinical research setting. Pictured here: Homer Warner, MD, class of '49; Alan...
    • Universities; University of Utah; School of Medicine; Biomedical Informatics
    • 3-61HTWWMReedGardner2015

    • Reed Gardner, PhD, Class of '68 - Developed the HELP clinical education decision support system with Home Warner MD, PhD and Alan Pryor, PhD. He was the Director of Clinical Computing Services and second chair of the Department of Medical...
    • Universities; University of Utah; School of Medicine; Biomedical Informatics
    • 3-63HTWWMCliffordSnyderMD

    • Clifford Snyder, MD successfully separated brain-conjoined twins Elise and Lisa Hansen. He used skull bone removed during the separation to reconstruct their skulls. Between operations, he brought the bone home and stored it in his own freezer. He...
    • Universities; University of Utah; School of Medicine; Faculty
    • Adashi, Eli Y., M.D.

    • Dr Adashi was born in Haifa, Israel in 1945. Dr Adashi received his M.D. from Tel Aviv Sackler School of Medicine in 1973 where he also completed his Internship. Dr Adashi did his Residency at the New England Medical Center at Tufts University from...
    • Academic Medical Centers; Faculty, Medical; Professional Role; Education, Medical; Schools, Medical; Physicians; Obstetrics; Gynecology; Reproductive Medicine; Research; Universities; Utah; Department Chairs
    • Anderson, Isabelle T., B.S.

    • Isabelle T. Anderson was born in Conifer, Colorado in 1905. Ms Anderson received her B.A. in English from the University of Colorado in 1927 and her B.S. in Library Sciences from the University of Illinois in 1930. Ms Anderson began her working...
    • Academic Medical Centers; Libraries, Medical; Universities; Utah; Librarians
    • Ballinger, Carter M., M.D.

    • Dr Ballinger was born in Lewistown, Montana in 1922. Dr Ballinger received both his B.A (1943) and M.D. (1945) from the University of Iowa.. Dr Ballinger completed his Internship at Fresno County Hospital (1945-1946). Dr Ballinger was a Resident...
    • Academic Medical Centers; Faculty, Medical; Professional Role; Education, Medical; Schools, Medical; Physicians; Anesthesiology; Research; Universities; Utah; Department Chairs
    • Betz, A. Lorris, M.D. Ph.D.

    • Dr Betz was born in LaCrosse, Wisconsin in 1947. Dr Betz received his B.S. (1969), M.D. and Ph.D. (1975) from the University of Wisconsin. Dr Betz completed his Internship in pediatrics (1975-1976) and was a Resident (1976-1977) and Post-Doctoral...
    • Academic Medical Centers; Organization and Administration; Health Facility Administration; Hospital Administration; Professional Role; Education, Medical; Schools, Medical; Physicians; Pediatrics; Neurology; Research; Universities; Utah; Academic...
    • Bishop, F. Marian, Ph.D.

    • Dr Bishop was born in 1927 in Springfield, Missouri. Dr Bishop received masters degrees from University of Kansas, Syracuse University and the University of Missouri. Dr Bishop received her Ph.D. from Washington University. Dr Bishop was Chair of...
    • Portraits; Academic Medical Centers; Faculty, Medical; Professional Role; Education, Medical; Schools, Medical; General Practice; Preventive Medicine; Research; Universities; Utah; Family Medicine; Department Chairs
    • Bjorkman, David J., M.D.

    • Dr Bjorkman was born in 1952 in Salt Lake City, Utah. Dr Bjorkman received both his B.A. (1976) and his M.D. (1980) from the University of Utah. Dr Bjorkman completed both his his internship at Brigham and Women's Hospital, Harvard University...
    • Academic Medical Centers; Faculty, Medical; Professional Role; Education, Medical; Schools, Medical; Physicians; Internal Medicine; Research; Universities; Utah; Academic Deans
    • Bjorkman, David J., M.D.

    • Dr Bjorkman was born in 1952 in Salt Lake City, Utah. Dr Bjorkman received both his B.A. (1976) and his M.D. (1980) from the University of Utah. Dr Bjorkman completed both his his internship at Brigham and Women's Hospital, Harvard University...
    • Academic Medical Centers; Faculty, Medical; Professional Role; Education, Medical; Schools, Medical; Physicians; Internal Medicine; Research; Universities; Utah; Academic Deans
    • Bowers, John Z., M.D. Sc.D.

    • Dr Bowers was born in Catonsville, Maryland in 1913. Dr Bowers received his B.S from Gettysburg College in 1933. Dr Bowers received both his M.D. (1938) and his Sc.D. (1959) from the University of Maryland. Dr Bowers was Deputy Director of the...
    • Academic Medical Centers; Faculty, Medical; Professional Role; Education, Medical; Schools, Medical; Physicians; Radiobiology; Research; Universities; Utah; Academic Deans
    • Bowers, John Z., M.D. Sc.D.

    • Dr Bowers was born in Catonsville, Maryland in 1913. Dr Bowers received his B.S from Gettysburg College in 1933. Dr Bowers received both his M.D. (1938) and his Sc.D. (1959) from the University of Maryland. Dr Bowers was Deputy Director of the...
    • Academic Medical Centers; Faculty, Medical; Professional Role; Education, Medical; Schools, Medical; Physicians; Radiobiology; Research; Universities; Utah; Academic Deans
    • Brinton, Sherman S., M.D.

    • Dr. Sherman S. Brinton, 1917-2003, was an eye physician and surgeon known for his compassion, kindness and thoroughness in caring for his patients. With his wife, Bonna, at his side, he balanced well the priorities of medicine, family, and faith....
    • Portraits; Physicians; Ophthalmology; Utah
    • Building Model for New Medical Center

    • Viewing the architectural model for the new medical center building, 1962. From the left: Ray Olpin, President of the University, Royden G. Derrick, Board of Regents, Governor George D. Clyde, Leland B. Flint, Chair of the Fund Campaign, C.D....
    • Hospital Design and Construction; Hospitals, Public; Academic Medical Centers; Schools, Medical; Universities; Utah; Public Facilities; Aspects, Historical
    • Burns, Beryl I., M.D.

    • Dr Burns was born in Unionville, Missouri in 1889. He received his A.B from the University of Missouri (1916); A.M. from the University of Michigan (1918) and M.D. from the University of Iowa (1924). Dr Burns was the Elizabeth Ward Fellow at...
    • Faculty, Medical; Professional Role; Education, Medical; Schools, Medical; Physicians; Medicine; Research; Universities; Utah; Academic Deans
    • Callister, A. Cyril,  M.D.

    • Dr Callister was born in 1894. Dean of the College of Medicine, 1942-1945. Dr. Callister was responsible for the transition from the two-year to the four-year school. He received his A.B at the University of Utah and his M.D. at Harvard University...
    • Academic Medical Centers; Faculty, Medical; Professional Role; Education, Medical; Schools, Medical; Physicians; Anatomy; General Surgery; Preventive Medicine; Research; Universities; Utah; Academic Deans
    • Callister, A. Cyril,  M.D.

    • Dean of the College of Medicine, 1942-1945. Dr. Callister was responsible for the transition from the two-year to the four-year school. He received his A.B at the University of Utah and his M.D. at Harvard University in 1917. He was Instructor in...
    • Portraits; Academic Medical Centers; Faculty, Medical; Professional Role; Education, Medical; Schools, Medical; Physicians; Anatomy; General Surgery; Preventive Medicine; Research; Universities; Utah; Academic Deans
    • Carnes, William H., M.D.

    • Dr Carnes was born in Ft. Worth Texas in 1909. He received his B.S. from Columbia in 1932 and his M.D. from Johns Hopkins in 1936. He was Assistant Resident and Pathologist at City Hospitals, Baltimore from 1936-1938, Associate Pathologist at the...
    • Academic Medical Centers; Faculty, Medical; Professional Role; Education, Medical; Schools, Medical; Physicians; Pathology; Research; Universities; Utah; Department Chairs
    • Cartwright, George E., M.D.

    • Dr Cartwright was born in Lancaster, Wisconsin in 1917. Dr Cartwright received his B.A. in 1939 from the University of Wisconsin and his M.D. from Johns Hopkins Medical School in 1943. Dr Cartwright came to the University as a founding faculty...
    • Academic Medical Centers; Faculty, Medical; Professional Role; Education, Medical; Schools, Medical; Physicians; Medicine; Hematology; Research; Universities; Utah; Department Chairs
    • Cartwright, George E., M.D.

    • Dr Cartwright was born in Lancaster, Wisconsin in 1917. Dr Cartwright received his B.A. in 1939 from the University of Wisconsin and his M.D. from Johns Hopkins Medical School in 1943. Dr Cartwright came to the University as a founding faculty...
    • Academic Medical Centers; Faculty, Medical; Professional Role; Education, Medical; Schools, Medical; Physicians; Medicine; Hematology; Research; Universities; Utah; Department Chairs
    • Cartwright, George E., M.D.

    • Dr Cartwright was born in Lancaster, Wisconsin in 1917. Dr Cartwright received his B.A. in 1939 from the University of Wisconsin and his M.D. from Johns Hopkins Medical School in 1943. Dr Cartwright came to the University as a founding faculty...
    • Portraits; Academic Medical Centers; Faculty, Medical; Professional Role; Education, Medical; Schools, Medical; Physicians; Medicine; Hematology; Research; Universities; Utah; Department Chairs
    • Castle, C. Hilmon, M.D.

    • Dr Castle was born in Webster County, Mississippi in 1928. Dr Castle received his B.S from the University of Mississippi in 1947. Dr Castle completed his M.D at Duke University in 1951. Dr Castle joined the faculty of the University of Utah School...
    • Academic Medical Centers; Faculty, Medical; Professional Role; Education, Medical; Schools, Medical; Physicians; General Practice; Preventive Medicine; Research; Universities; Utah; Family Medicine; Department Chairs
    • Castle, C. Hilmon, M.D.

    • Dr Castle was born in Webster County, Mississippi in 1928. Dr Castle received his B.S from the University of Mississippi in 1947. Dr Castle completed his M.D at Duke University in 1951. Dr Castle joined the faculty of the University of Utah School...
    • Academic Medical Centers; Faculty, Medical; Professional Role; Education, Medical; Schools, Medical; Physicians; General Practice; Preventive Medicine; Research; Universities; Utah; Family Medicine; Department Chairs
    • Castle, C. Hilmon, M.D.

    • Dr Castle was born in Webster County, Mississippi in 1928. Dr Castle received his B.S from the University of Mississippi in 1947. Dr Castle completed his M.D at Duke University in 1951. Dr Castle joined the faculty of the University of Utah School...
    • Academic Medical Centers; Faculty, Medical; Professional Role; Education, Medical; Schools, Medical; Physicians; General Practice; Preventive Medicine; Research; Universities; Utah; Family Medicine; Department Chairs
    • Cummings, Byron, A.M.

    • Dean of the College of Medicine 1907-1911. Byron Cummings was born in Westville, N.Y. September 20, 1861. He received his A.B degree in 1889 and the M.A. degree in 1892 at Rutgers College. He came to the University of Utah in 1893 as Instructor in...
    • Faculty; Professional Role; Education, Medical; Schools, Medical; Humanities; Universities; Utah; Academic Deans
    • Cummings, Byron, A.M.

    • Dean of the School of Medicine 1907-1911. Byron Cummings was born in Westville, N.Y. September 20, 1861. He received his A.B degree in 1889 and the M.A. degree in 1892 at Rutgers College. He came to the University of Utah in 1893 as Instructor in...
    • Faculty; Professional Role; Education, Medical; Schools, Medical; Humanities; Universities; Utah; Academic Deans
    • Davenport, Horace W., Ph.D. D.Sc.

    • Dr Davenport was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in 1912. Dr Davenport received both his B.S. (1935) and Ph.D. (1939) California Institute of Technology. Dr Davenport also received a B.A. (1937); B.Sci. (1938) and D.Sc. (1961) from Oxford...
    • Academic Medical Centers; Faculty, Medical; Professional Role; Education, Medical; Schools, Medical; Physicians; Physiology; Research; Universities; Utah; Department Chairs
    • Davenport, Horace W., Ph.D.  D.Sc.

    • Dr Davenport was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in 1912. Dr Davenport received both his B.S. (1935) and Ph.D. (1939) California Institute of Technology. Dr Davenport also received a B.A. (1937); B.Sci. (1938) and D.Sc. (1961) from Oxford...
    • Portraits; Academic Medical Centers; Faculty, Medical; Professional Role; Education, Medical; Schools, Medical; Physicians; Physiology; Research; Universities; Utah; Department Chairs
    • Davern, Cedric I., Ph.D.

    • Dr Davern was born in Hobart, Tasmania in 1931. Dr Davern received his both his B.S.Agr (1953) and M.S.Agr. (1956) from the University of Sydney. Dr Davern received his Ph.D. from California Institute of Technology in 1959. Dr Davern was Research...
    • Academic Medical Centers; Faculty, Medical; Professional Role; Education, Medical; Schools, Medical; Medicine; Physiology; Research; Universities; Utah; Academic Deans
    • Davern, Cedric I., Ph.D.

    • Dr Davern was born in Hobart, Tasmania in 1931. Dr Davern received his both his B.S.Agr (1953) and M.S.Agr. (1956) from the University of Sydney. Dr Davern received his Ph.D. from California Institute of Technology in 1959. Dr Davern was Research...
    • Academic Medical Centers; Faculty, Medical; Professional Role; Education, Medical; Schools, Medical; Medicine; Physiology; Research; Universities; Utah; Academic Deans
    • Dixon, John A., M.D.

    • Dean of the School of Medicine 1972-1977, Vice President for Health Sciences 1973-1977. Dr. Dixon was born in Provo, Utah in 1923. He received his B.S. from the University of Utah in 1944 and his M.D. in 1947. Dr Dixon died in 1992. Portrait by...
    • Portraits; Academic Medical Centers; Faculty, Medical; Professional Role; Education, Medical; Schools, Medical; Physicians; Gastroenterology; Surgery; Laser Therapy; Research; Universities; Utah; Academic Deans; Academic Vice Presidents
    • Dixon, John A., M.D.

    • Dean of the School of Medicine 1972-1977, Vice President for Health Sciences 1973-1977. Dr. Dixon was born in Provo, Utah in 1923. He received his B.S. from the University of Utah in 1944 and his M.D. in 1947. Dr Dixon died in 1992.
    • Academic Medical Centers; Faculty, Medical; Professional Role; Education, Medical; Schools, Medical; Physicians; Gastroenterology; Surgery; Laser Therapy; Research; Universities; Utah; Academic Deans; Academic Vice Presidents
    • Dixon, John A., M.D.

    • Dean of the School of Medicine 1972-1977, Vice President for Health Sciences 1973-1977. Dr. Dixon was born in Provo, Utah in 1923. He received his B.S. from the University of Utah in 1944 and his M.D. in 1947. Dr Dixon died in 1992.
    • Academic Medical Centers; Faculty, Medical; Professional Role; Education, Medical; Schools, Medical; Physicians; Gastroenterology; Surgery; Laser Therapy; Research; Universities; Utah; Academic Deans; Academic Vice Presidents
    • Dr. A. Jung

    • Dr. August Jung, class of '61, established the Mountain West region's first NICU in 1968. The unit was the only one of it's kind between Denver and the West Coast and between Phoenix and Canada. Administrators bought equipment in small amounts or...
    • Universities; University of Utah; School of Medicine; University Hospital
    • Dr. August Jung - NICU 1968

    • Dr. August Jung, class of '61, established the Mountain West region's first NICU in 1968. The unit was the only one of it's kind between Denver and the West Coast and between Phoenix and Canada. Administrators bought equipment in small amounts or...
    • Universities; University of Utah; School of Medicine; University Hospital
    • Dr. Stensaas

    • Suzanne Stensaas PhD - Founder of the Slice of Life videodisc program; Organizer of the annual Slice of Life workshop for medical multimedia developers and educators; Professor Emeritus of neurobiology and anatomy at the University of Utah School...
    • Universities; University of Utah; School of Medicine; Faculty; Eccles Health Sciences Library
    • Ebaugh, Franklin, G., M.D.

    • Dr Ebaugh was born in 1922. Dr Ebaugh received his undergraduate degree from Dartmouth College in 1944 and his M.D from Cornell Medical College in 1946. Dr Ebaugh was Dean of the Boston University School of Medicine from 1964-1969. Dr Ebaugh...
    • Academic Medical Centers; Faculty, Medical; Professional Role; Education, Medical; Schools, Medical; Medicine; Research; Universities; Utah; Academic Deans
    • Ezell, Annette S., M.S.

    • Annette Schram Ezell was born in West Frankfort, Illinois in 1940. Ms Ezell attended Protestant Deaconess Hospital School of Nursing (1957-1959) and Indiana University (1959). Ms Ezell received both her B.S. in Nursing (1962) and her M.S. in...
    • Faculty, Nursing, Professional Role; Schools, Nursing; Academic Deans

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