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Full text of "Announcement of the Medical School"

OFFICIAL REGISTER OF 
HARVARD UNIVERSITY 

VOL. LXIV JULY 10, 1967 NO. 9 



Harvard Medical 
School 




AND 
SCHOOL OF DENTAL MEDICINE 



I966-I967 



OFFICIAL REGISTER OF HARVARD UNIVERSITY 

PUBLICATION OFFICE, HOLYOKE CENTER 652 
I35O MASSACHUSETTS AVENUE, CAMBRIDGE, MASS. 02 1 38 

Second-class postage paid at Boston, Mass. 



Issued at Cambridge Station, Boston, Mass., once in January, 
once in February, once in March, twice in April, once in 
May, twice in June, five times in July, six times in August, 
six times in September, four times in October, once in Novem- 
ber, and once in December. 

These publications include the report of the president; the 
general catalogue issue; the announcements of the College and 
the several professional schools of the University; the courses of 
instruction; the pamphlets of the several departments; and the 
like. 



PRINTED IN THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA 
BY THE HARVARD UNIVERSITY PRINTING OFFICE 



HARVARD MEDICAL 
SCHOOL 



25 SHATTUCK STREET 
BOSTON • MASSACHUSETTS 02115 



AND 

SCHOOL OF DENTAL MEDICINE 

188 LONGWOOD AVENUE 
BOSTON • MASSACHUSETTS O2115 



I966 I967 

WITH AN ANNOUNCEMENT FOR 1 967- 1 968 



PUBLISHED BY HARVARD UNIVERSITY 
CAMBRIDGE, MASSACHUSETTS 



HARVARD MEDICAL LIBRARY 

IN THE 

FRANCIS A. COUNTWAY 

LIBRARY OF MEDICINE 



The Offices of Administration of the Medical School are located 
in the Administration Building at 25 Shattuck Street, Boston; those of 
the School of Dental Medicine, at 188 Longwood Avenue, Boston. 

The office of the President of the University is located at One 
Massachusetts Hall, Cambridge. 

The Comptroller's Office is in Holyoke Center, Cambridge. It is 
open on all business days from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., except Saturdays, 
for the receipt of fees, payments, and other financial business. 




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CONTENTS 

Academic Calendar 4 

President and Fellows of Harvard College 7 

The Board of Overseers 8 

Overseers' Committee to Visit the Medical School and the 

School of Dental Medicine 10 

Administrative Officers 11 

Administrative Board 13 

History and Organization 15 

Buildings 17 

School of Dental Medicine 18 

Libraries 19 

Warren Anatomical Museum 20 

Hospital Facilities 21 

Beth Israel Hospital 21 

Boston City Hospital 21 

Boston Hospital for Women . . • 22 

Children's Hospital Medical Center 23 

McLean Hospital 25 

Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary 25 

Massachusetts General Hospital 26 

Massachusetts Mental Health Center 27 

New England Deaconess Hospital 28 

Peter Bent Brigham Hospital 29 

Veterans Administration Hospital (West Roxbury) .... 29 

Harvard Medical Center 30 

Requirements for Admission 30 

Courses for Graduates 39 

Division of Medical Sciences 40 

School of Public Health 41 

General Regulations 42 

Examinations and Promotion 42 

Leave of Absence 44 

Withdrawal from the School 45 

Degrees 45 

Fees and Expenses 48 

Microscopes 50 

Dormitory 51 

Dining Hall 52 

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HARVARD MEDICAL SCHOOL 

Student Health Service 52 

Student Employment 53 

Fellowships 53 

Scholarships 56 

Loan Funds 85 

Prizes 90 

Lectureships 91 

Cancer Commission of Harvard University 93 

Research Funds 93 

Opportunities for Research 94 

The Undergraduate Assembly 95 

General Plan of Instruction 95 

The First Two Years 95 

The Third and Fourth Years 97 

The Tutorial Program and Student Research 98 

Division of Hours 101 

Announceivient of Courses 104 

Anatomy 104 

Bacteriology and Immunology 109 

Biological Chemistry . . . . , 116 

Dental Medicine Courses in the Medical School 127 

Dermatology 128 

Medicine 131 

Neurobiology 160 

Neurology 162 

Neuropathology .169 

Obstetrics and Gynecology 170 

Ophthalmology 178 

Howe Laboratory of Ophthalmology 181 

Orthopedic Surgery 183 

Otology and Laryngology 188 

Pathology 191 

Division of Legal Medicine — Dept. of Pathology .... 199 

Pediatrics 201 

Pharmacology 212 

Physiology 217 

Preventive Medicine 222 

Psychiatry 227 

Radiology 251 

Surgery 255 

Interdepartmental and Special Courses 274 

Tropical Public Health 275 

School of Public Health 277 

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HARVARD MEDICAL SCHOOL 

Degrees Conferred in June 1966 and March 1967 279 

Internships, Class of June 1966 284 

Students Enrolled in Medical School 292 

Colleges Represented 313 

Medical Schools Represented 314 

Students on Leave of Absence 314 

School of Dental Medicine 315 

Staff 315 

Announcement of Courses 322 

Degrees Conferred in 1966 . 330 

Students Enrolled 331 

Colleges Represented 334 

Medical Schools Represented 334 

Professors Emeriti 335 

Officers of Administration and Instruction 337 

Index 371 



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Academic Calendar for 1966- 1967 



Monday July 4, 1966 
August 22-Septe?nber 1 1 
Monday September 5 
Friday September 9 

Monday September 12 



Friday September 16 
Monday September 19 
Wednesday October 12 
Friday November 11 
Thursday November 24 
Saturday December 5 



Monday December $ 



December 18, 1966- 
January 2, 1967 

December 22, 1966- 
January 4, 1967 

Tuesday January 3 

Tuesday January 17 

January 50-F ebruary 4 
Monday February 6 
Wednesday February 22 
February 26-March 5 
Monday April 5 



Independence Day: a holiday. 

Vacation for Class of 1967. 

Labor Day: a holiday. 

Registration Day for second and third year 

classes. 
Academic year begins for second year class. 
Introduction to the Clinic begins for third 

year class. 
Registration Day for fourth year class 

(Class of 1967). 
Principal Clinical Year continues for Class 

of 1967. 
Registration Day for first year class. 
Academic year begins for first year class. 
Columbus Day: a holiday. 
Veterans' Day: a holiday. 
Thanksgiving Day: a holiday. 
Introduction to the Clinic ends for third 

year class (Class of 1968). 
Principal Clinical Year ends for Class of 

I96 7' 
Principal Clinical Year begins for Class of 

1968. 

Reading Period begins for Class of 1967 

(fourth year class). 

Recess for fourth year class. 

Recess for first and second year classes. 

Elective Period begins for fourth year class. 

Second half year begins for second year 
class. 

Examination period for first year class. 

Second half year begins for first year class. 

Washington's Birthday: a holiday. 

Recess for Class of 1968. 

Last day for filing application for the de- 
gree of M.D. in June 1967. 



ACADEMIC CALENDAR 



April 16-23 

Friday 

Saturday 

Tuesday 

June $-10 

Saturday 

Thursday 



May 26 
May 27 
May so 

June 10 
June 1$ 



Last day for filing application for scholar- 
ship for 1 967-1 968. 
Recess for first and second year classes. 
Alumni Day. 

Class Day for the Class of 1967. 
Memorial Day: a holiday. 
Examination period for second year class. 
Second half year ends for first year class. 
Commencement. 



Academic Calendar for 1967- 1968 



Tuesday ', July 4, 1967 
August 21-September 10 
Monday, September 4 
Friday, September 8 

Monday, September 11 



Friday, 

Monday, 

Thursday, 

Saturday, 

Thursday, 

Saturday, 



September 15 
September 18 
October 12 
November 11 
November 25 
December 2 



Monday, December 4 



December 17, 1967- 
January 1, 1968 

December 21, 1967- 
January 5, 1968 



Independence Day: a holiday. 

Vacation for the Class of 1968. 

Labor Day: a holiday. 

Registration Day for second and third year 

classes. 
Academic year begins for second year class. 
Introduction to the Clinic begins for third 

year class. 
Registration Day for fourth year class 

(Class of 1968). 
Principal Clinical Year continues for Class 

of 1968. 
Registration Day for first year class. 
Academic year begins for first year class. 
Columbus Day: a holiday. 
Veterans' Day: a holiday. 
Thanksgiving Day: a holiday. 
Introduction to the Clinic ends for third 

year class (Class of 1969). 
Principal Clinical Year ends for Class of 

1968. 
Principal Clinical Year begins for Class of 

1969. 
Reading Period begins for Class of 1968 

(fourth year class). 

Recess for fourth year class. 

Recess for first and second year classes. 



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Tuesday, 
Tuesday, 



January 2 
January 16 



January 29-February 3 
Monday, February j 
Thursday, February 22 
February 2 $-M arch 3 
Monday, April 1 

April 14-21 

Thursday, May 30 

Friday, May 3/ 

Saturday, June 1 
June 3-8 

Saturday, June 8 

Thursday, June 73 



Elective Period begins for fourth year class. 
Second half year begins for second year 

class. 
Examination period for first year class. 
Second half year begins for first year class. 
Washington's Birthday: a holiday. 
Recess for the Class of 1969. 
Last day for filing application for the degree 

of M.D. in June 1968. 
Recess for first and second year classes. 
Memorial Day: a holiday. 
Alumni Day. 

Class Day for Class of 1968. 
Examination period for second year class. 
Second half year ends for first year class. 
Commencement. 



THE PRESIDENT AND FELLOWS OF 
HARVARD COLLEGE 

This Board is commonly known as the Corporation 

President 
Nathan Atarsh Pusey, A.B., A.M., Ph.D., LL.D., L.H.D. 

Fellows 

William Luke Marbury, A.B., LL.B. 
Richmond Keith Kane, A.B., LL.B. 
Thomas Stilwell Lamont, A.B. 
Francis Hardon Burr, A.B., LL.B. 
Albert Lindsay Nickerson, S.B. 

Treasurer 
George Frederick Bennett, A.B. 



Secretary to the Corporation 
Sargent Kennedy, A.B., S.M., M.B.A. 



HARVARD MEDICAL SCHOOL 

THE BOARD OF OVERSEERS * 

The President and the Treasurer of the University, ex officio, and 
the following persons by election: — 

1967 

James Phinney Baxter, 3D, A.B., A.M., Ph.D., LL.D., Litt.D., 

L.H.D., S.D. (hon.) 
Robert Frederick Loeb, M.D., S.D. (hon.), LL.D., Dr. (hon.), 

D.Sc. (hon.) 
Paul Cashman Reardox, A.B., LL.B., S.J.D. (hon.), Jur.D. 

(hon.), LL.D. 
Nathanael Vining Davis, A.B. 
James Brown Fisk, S.B., Ph.D., A.M. (hon.), S.D. (hon.), 

Dr.Eng. 

1968 

Thomas Dudley Cabot, A.B., L.H.D., LL.D. 

John Langeloth Loeb, S.B. 

Augustin Hamilton Parker, Jr., A.B., LL.B. 

David Rockefeller, S.B., Ph.D., LL.D. 

Gerard Piel, A.B., S.D. (hon.), Litt.D., L.H.D., LL.D. 

1969 

Edward Livingston Bigelow, A.B. 
Francis Taylor Pearsons Plimpton, A.B., LL.B., LL.D. 
Henry Jacob Friendly, A.B., LL.B., L.H.D., LL.D. 
Francis Sargent Cheever, A.B., M.D., Sc.D. (hon.) 
Robert Amory, Jr., A.B., LL.B. 

1970 

Alfred Hamilton Barr, Jr., A.B., A.M., Ph.D., Litt.D., D.F.A. 

(hon.), A.F.D. (hon.) 
Lammot du Pont Copeland, S.B., LL.D., D.Sc. (hon.), H.H.D. 



BOARD OF OVERSEERS 

Thomas Hopkinson Eliot, A.B., LL.B., LL.D. 
Donald Frederick Hornig, S.B., Ph.D. 
Amory Houghton, Jr., A.B., M.B.A., LL.D. 

1971 

John Crocker, A.B., B.D., Litt.D., D.D., LL.D. 
Jesse Leonard Greenstein, A.B., A.M., Ph.D. 
Robert Louis Hoguet, Jr., A.B., M.B.A. 
James Henry Rowe, Jr., A.B., LL.B. 
Osborn Elliott, A.B. 

1972 

Richard Ammi Cutter, A.B., LL.B., S.J.D. (hon.) 
Henry Chauncey, A.B., S.D. (hon.) 
Paul Henry Nitze, A.B., LL.D. 
Clarence Douglas Dillon, A.B., LL.D. 
Hugh Calkins, A.B., LL.B. 



Secretary of the Board of Overseers 

Sargent Kennedy, A.B., S.M., M.B.A. 25 Massachusetts Hall, 
Cambridge 

Assistant Secretary of the Board of Overseers 

James Robbins Reynolds, A.B. 28 Massachusetts Hall, Cambridge 

*(The term expires, in each case, on Commencement Day of the year 
indicated.) 



HARVARD MEDICAL SCHOOL 



OVERSEERS' COMMITTEE TO VISIT THE MEDICAL 
SCHOOL AND THE SCHOOL OF DENTAL MEDICINE 

F. Sargent Cheever, Chairman 
John E. Lawrence, Vice-Chairman 



Richard A. Berenson 
John R. Brobeck 
Paul C. Cabot 
Thayer Cumings 
F. Stanton Deland, Jr. 
James P. Dixon 
Russell A. Dixon 
Charles F. Eaton, Jr. 
Byron K. Elliott 
Joseph Garland 
Nathan H. Garrick, Jr. 
Gilbert H. Hood, Jr. 



Theodore G. Klumpp 
Robert F. Loeb 
A. Lee Loomis, Jr. 
Perry R. Pease 
Calvin H. Plimpton 
Gregory Smith 
Marshal Stearns 
George G. Walker 
Ridley Watts 
Joseph T. Wearn 
Jerome B. Wiesner 
Laurence L. Winship 



ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICERS OF THE MEDICAL 
SCHOOL AND THE SCHOOL OF DENTAL MEDICINE 

President: Nathan Marsh Pusey, A.B., A.M., PhD., LL.D., L.H.D. 

Dean of the Faculty of Medicine: Robert Higgins Ebert, S.B., 
Dr.Phil., M.D., A.M. (hon.) 

Dean of the School of Dental Medicine: Roy Orval Greep, S.B., 
S.M., Ph.D., A.M. (hon.), D.Sc. (hon.). 

Associate Dean for Admissions of the Faculty of Medicine: Perry 
James Culver, A.B., M.D. 

Associate Dean of the Faculty of Medicine for Student Affairs: 
Joseph Warren Gardella, S.B., M.D. 

Associate Dean of the Faculty of Medicine for Hospital Programs: 
Sidney Seymour Lee, S.B., M.D., M.P.H., Dr.P.H. 

Associate Dean of the Faculty of Medicine for Financial Affairs: 
Henry Coe Meadow, S.B. 

Associate Dean of the School of Dental Medicine for Student Affairs: 
James Howard Oaks, A.B., D.M.D. 

Associate Dean of the Faculty of Medicine for Medical Care Plan- 
ning: Jerome Pollack, S.B. 

Assistant Dean of the Faculty of Medicine for Continuing Education: 
Daniel David Federman, A.B., M.D. 

Assistant Dean of the Faculty of Medicine for Student Affairs: Her- 
mann Lisco, M.D. 

Assistant Dean of the Faculty of Medicine for Resources: Bayley 
Frederick Mason, A.B. 

Assistant Dean for Financial Affairs of the Faculty of Medicine: 
Richard John Olendzki, B.Sc, M.B.A. 

Secretary of the Faculty of Medicine: Manfred Leslie Karnovsky, 
B.A., M.Sc, Dr.Phil., A.M. (hon.). 

Special Consultants to the Dean of the Faculty of Medicine: Herrman 
Ludwig Blumgart, S.B., M.D., S.D. (hon.); Charles Sidney 
Burwell, A.B., M.D., LL.D. (hon.), S.D. (hon.); Chester Morse 
Jones, A.B., M.D., S.D. (hon.); Otto Krayer, M.D., A.M. 
(hon.), M.D. (hon.); for Admission, Helen Sinclair Pittman, 
A.B., M.D. 

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Assistant to the Dean of the Faculty of Medicine for Architectural 

Planning: William Lawrence Garvin, S.B., B.Arch., M.Arch. 
Assistant to the Dean of the Faculty of Medicine for Area Planning: 

Edward Stanley Gruson, A.B., M.C.P. 
Assistant to the Dean of the Faculty of Medicine for International 

Programs: Dieter Koch-Weser, M.D., S.M., Ph.D. 
Assistant to the Dean of the Faculty of Medicine: John Howard 

Moxley 3D, A.B., M.D. 
Chairman of the Division of Medical Sciences of the Faculty of Arts 

and Sciences: Eric Glendinning Ball, S.B., A.M., Ph.D., A.M. 

(hon.), S.D. (hon.). 
Director of the Medical Area Health Service: James Joseph Feeney, 

A.B., M.D. 
Director of Alumni Relations: Langdon Parsons, A.B., M.D. 
Director of Medical Information in the University News Office: 

Herbert Arthur Shaw, A.B. 
Director of the Animal Research Center and Director of the New 

England Regional Primate Research Center: Bernard Francis 

Trum, A.B., D.V.M. 
Registrar: Audrey Noreen Roller, A.B. 
Librarian: Ralph Theodore Esterquest, S.B., S.B. in L.S., A.M. 



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ADMINISTRATIVE BOARD OF THE 
FACULTY OF MEDICINE 

* Nathan M. Pusey, A.B., A.M., Ph.D, LL.D., L.H.D., President of 
the University. 

t* Robert H. Ebert, S.B., D.Phil., M.D., Dean of the Faculty of 

Medicine and Professor of Medicine. 
X* Joseph W. Gardella, S.B., M.D., Associate Dean of the Faculty 

of Medicine for Student Affairs and Lecturer on Medicine. 

* Roy O. Greep, S.B., S.M., Ph.D., A.M. (hon.), D.Sc. (hon.), Dean 
of the School of Dental Medicine and Professor of Anatomy in the 
School of Dental Medicine. 

* Perry J. Culver, A.B., M.D., Associate Dean for Admissions of the 
Faculty of Medic 'me and Clinical Associate in Medicine. 

* Henry C. Meadow, S.B., Associate Dean of the Faculty of Medi- 
cine for Financial Affairs and Executive Secretary to the Committee 
on Research and Development. 

* Jerome Pollack, S.B., Associate Dean of the Faculty of Medicine 
for Medical Care Planning and Professor of the Economics of 
Medical Care. 

Daniel D. Federman, A.B., M.D., Assistant Dean of the Faculty of 
Medicine for Continuing Education and Assistant Professor of 
Medicine at the Massachusetts General Hospital. 

* James J. Feeney, A.B., M.D., Director of the Medical Area Health 
Service and Member of the Faculty of Medicine. 

A. Clifford Barger, A.B., M.D., Robert Henry Pfeiffer Professor 
of Physiology. 

Elkan R. Blout, A.B., Ph.D., A.M. (hon.), Edward S. Harkness 
Professor of Biological Chemistry. 

Bernard D. Davis, A.B., M.D., Adele Lehman Professor of Bac- 
teriology and hnmunology. 

Melvin J. Glimcher, M.D., Edith M. Ashley Professor of Ortho- 
pedic Surgery. 

Kurt J. Isselbacher, M.D., Associate Professor of Medicine at the 
Massachusetts General Hospital. 
James H. Jandl, M.D., Associate Professor of Medicine. 

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Edward H. Kass, M.D., A.M. (hon.), Associate Professor of 
Bacteriology and Immunology. 

Stephen W. Kuffler, M.D., A.M. (hon.), M.D. (hon.), Robert 
Winthrop Professor of Neurobiology. 

William V. McDermott, Jr., A.B., M.D., Professor of Surgery. 
John C. Nemiah, M.D., Assistant Professor of Psychiatry. 
James H. Shaw, B.A., S.M., Ph.D., A.M. (hon.), Professor of 
Nutrition in the School of Dental Medicine. 

Philip Solomon, S.B., M.D., Associate Clinical Professor of Psy- 
chiatry. 

Ullrich G. Trendelenburg, M.D., Ph.D., M.A. (hon.), Associate 
Professor of Pharmacology. 

* Ex-officio. 
f Chairman. 
% Secretary. 



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HISTORY AND ORGANIZATION 

OF THE 

HARVARD MEDICAL SCHOOL 

On September 19, 1782 the President and Fellows of Harvard 
College adopted a report by President Joseph Willard and former 
Acting President Edward Wigglesworth embodying a plan for 
a medical school. This action was followed on November 22, 
1782 by the appointment of Dr. John Warren of Boston as the 
first Professor of Anatomy and Surgery. Shortly thereafter Dr. 
Benjamin Waterhouse was appointed Professor of the Theory and 
Practice of Physic. The original faculty was completed in May, 
1783, when Dr. Aaron Dexter was named Professor of Chemistry 
and Materia Medica. 

The Harvard Medical School, now nearing the close of its 
second century of uninterrupted teaching dedicated to the treat- 
ment and prevention of the ills of man, was the third medical 
school to be established in the United States. The first school was 
organized in 1765 in the College of Philadelphia (now the Univer- 
sity of Pennsylvania), the second in 1767 in King's College (now 
Columbia University). 

The first degrees of Bachelor of Medicine awarded by Har- 
vard University were conferred in 1788. Until 181 1, the degrees 
of Bachelor of Medicine and Doctor of Medicine were conferred, 
the former on graduation from the Medical School, the latter on 
examination at least seven years after graduation. In 1 8 1 1 the 
degree of Doctor of Medicine was granted to graduates of that 
year and to earlier graduates who had not been admitted to it. 
All graduates since 1 8 1 1 have received the degree of Doctor of 
Medicine. 

During its long history, the Medical School has occupied seven 
different sites. The first classes were held in the basement of 
Harvard Hall in the Harvard College Yard. Later they were 
transferred next door to Holden Chapel, a building which was 

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originally the College Chapel but through the years has served 
as a carpenter shop, a chemistry laboratory, a museum, and is 
now the home of the Harvard Glee Club. To be close to such 
hospital facilities as might be developed in Boston, the Medical 
School, in 1810, was moved out of the Yard to quarters at 49 
Marlborough Street (now 400 Washington Street) in Boston. 
Six years later, the Medical School occupied the first structure 
built especially for its use, located on Mason Street in Boston. 
At this time, and for a period of 42 years thereafter, the School 
bore the title of "The Massachusetts Medical College of Harvard 
University." 

In 1847, new quarters were established on North Grove Street 
opposite the Massachusetts General Hospital and here the School 
remained until 1883, when the move was made to 688 Boylston 
Street and a building that was expected to be the "home of medi- 
cine for generations." The School's vigorous growth soon made 
these quarters inadequate. Accordingly, the five marble buildings 
that today form the Longwood Avenue Quadrangle were erected. 
At their dedication on September 25, 1906, Dr. Charles W. Eliot, 
President of the University, in his acceptance address, described 
them as: "The largest single addition to the resources of the Uni- 
versitv which has ever been placed in the hands of the Corpora- 
tion since it received its charter in 1650." 

These buildings were built on 1 1 acres of an original 26 acre 
tract, the remaining 15 acres being reserved for the hospital 
facilities that, it was expected, would be built around the School. 
Four hospitals and the Harvard Schools of Dental Medicine and 
Public Health are now located in this general area. 

Prior to 1906 most clinical teaching was carried on in the 
Massachusetts General and Boston City Hospitals. Opportunities 
for clinical teaching and investigation have increased greatly 
since the Longwood Quadrangle was established, through the new 
hospitals surrounding the School and affiliated with it. 



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BUILDINGS 

The Administrative Building (A), with 65,000 square feet of 
floor space, contains the Faculty Room, the Administrative 
Offices of the Medical School, the Alumni Office, the Courses 
for Graduates Office, the Warren Anatomical Museum, the News 
Office for the Medical Area, and the teaching laboratories for 
Histology and Neuroanatomy. 

The laboratory buildings, designated by the letters B, C, D, 
and E, were all constructed on the same general plan — two 
parallel wings united at the front by an amphitheatre with a 
seating capacity of two hundred and fifty. To keep pace with 
present day requirements, the original facilities are continually 
being adapted, remodeled and even rebuilt while preserving the 
outside walls. In Building B, added research laboratories and 
teaching facilities have replaced the amphitheatre. Both the 
smaller rooms and the laboratories are designed on a unit system 
which greatly simplifies changes required in suiting these rooms 
to the future needs of departments. The amount of floor space 
varies considerably in each of the four buildings. 

Building B accommodates the Departments of Anatomy, Neu- 
robiology and Pharmacology. In this building each wing has five 
floors and a total floor space of 132,000 square feet. 

Building C provides space for the Departments of Biological 
Chemistry and Physiology, and the Office of the Division of 
Medical Sciences. In this building there are four floors in one 
wing and five floors in the other. The building has a total floor 
space of 111,525 square feet. 

Building D is occupied by the Departments of Bacteriology, 
Pathology, Preventive Medicine, the Division of Medical Sci- 
ences, Laboratory, the Biophysics Laboratory, and laboratories of 
the Department of Medicine. In this building each wing has five 
floors, with a total floor space of 91,500 square feet. 

Building E houses the Department of Tropical Public Health 
of the School of Public Health and teaching facilities for Gross 
Anatomy. A new addition provides quarters for Surgical Re- 

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search. There are three floors in one wing and four floors in the 
other, with a floor space of 62,000 square feet. 

Vanderbilt Hall, the student dormitory, was opened in 1927. 

The Francis A. Countway Library of Medicine described on 
page 19 was opened in 1965. 



SCHOOL OF DENTAL MEDICINE 

Founded in 1867, the Harvard School of Dental Medicine was 
the first university affiliated school for dentistry in the United 
States. The School, a responsibility of the Faculty of Medicine 
since 1899, offers a four year course that leads to the degree of 
Doctor of Dental Medicine. 

During the first two academic years the courses of instruction 
are nearly identical with those of the Medical School. The third 
and fourth years are under the direct supervision of the staff of 
the School of Dental Medicine. The recipient of the degree of 
D.M.D. from the School of Dental Medicine is well prepared to 
meet State Board requirements for license to practice dentistry. 
Graduates are also ready for the advanced study and experience 
recommended for any of the specialties of dentistry. 

Access to the research laboratories of the School in the elective 
time during the third and fourth years permits unusual training 
for those having dental research in mind as a career. 

The requirements for admission parallel those of the Medical 
School, except that the Dental Aptitude Test is required in place 
of the Medical College Admission Test. Qualified students and 
graduates of approved medical schools who wish to specialize in 
dentistry may be admitted to the School of Dental Medicine with 
advanced standing. 

A brief description of the program of the School of Dental 
Medicine can he found on page 315. Full details are available in 
the Dental School's catalogue. 



HARVARD MEDICAL SCHOOL 

LIBRARIES 

The Francis A. Countway Library of Medicine, opened its 
doors to readers in June 1965. Located at the Medical School, 
it combines the resources and services of the Harvard Medical 
Library and the Boston Medical Library. Among libraries serv- 
ing medical schools, it is among the largest in the country. Its re- 
corded holdings number 408,000 volumes, and it receives 4,300 
different periodicals. The Countwav Library is open: 

8:00 a.m. to 1 1 : 30 p.m. weekdays 

9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Saturdays 

2 :oo p.m. to 1 1 : 30 p.m. Sundays 

In addition to its holdings of current books and periodicals, the 
Countway Library has extensive collections of historical ma- 
terials, dating from the 15th Century. Its History of Medicine 
Department provides modern facilities for the use of these books 
and other rarities. 

For the convenience of the several departments of the School, 
collections of books and journals are maintained in a number of 
other buildings. Among the more important convenience collec- 
tions are: 

Anatomy Library (Building B, 3d floor) 

Bowditch Library of Physiology and Biochemistry (Building 

C, 3d floor) 
Library of Dental Medicine (188 Longwood Avenue) 
Lucien Howe Library of Ophthalmology (at the Massachu- 
setts Eye and Ear Infirmary) 

All members of the University may borrow from the College 
Library at Cambridge. Messenger service is provided daily from 
the College Library and various other University Libraries. 

The Boston Public Library issues cards to permanent and to 
temporary residents of Boston. Others may obtain cards upon 
payment of a small fee. Other libraries of the Boston area, not- 
ably those of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, add to 
the total book and periodical resources available to students. 

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The librarian is Ralph T. Esterquest, and Earle M. Chapman is 
chairman of the Library Committee of the Faculty. 

WARREN ANATOMICAL MUSEUM 

The Warren Anatomical Museum was founded in 1847 by 
John Collins Warren, of the College Class of 1797, Adjunct Pro- 
fessor of Anatomy and Surgery from 1809 to 18 15, Hersey Pro- 
fessor of Anatomy and Surgery from 18 15 to 1847, Professor 
Emeritus from 1847 to his death in 1856, son of John Warren, 
the first Hersey Professor of Anatomy and Surgery. 

The Curator of the Museum is Dr. Don W. Fawcett, Hersey 
Professor of Anatomy. 

The collection comprises several thousand specimens illus- 
trating both normal and pathological anatomy. These include 
dissections, skeletons, viscera, and the Dwight Collection illustrat- 
ing skeletal variations and cross sections of bones. There is a 
growing number of gross neuropathological specimens and an 
extensive series of total brain sections prepared under the direc- 
tion of the former Curator, Dr. Paul I. Yakovlev. These are avail- 
able for study by qualified graduate students upon application 
to the Department of Neuropathology. 

Also housed in the Museum are the records of the Longitudinal 
Studies of Child Health and Development conducted between 
1929 and i960 by Dr. Harold C. Stuart, Professor Emeritus of 
Maternal and Child Health at the Harvard School of Public 
Health. These records pertain to 134 children followed from 
birth to their eighteenth year and 175 other children followed 
from birth for shorter periods. The data include health histories, 
radiographs of skeletal development, body measurements, measure- 
ments of intelligence and observations on the family and home 
environment. Permission to use these records for research pur- 
poses may be obtained through the Department of Maternal and 
Child Health, Harvard School of Public Health. 



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Beth Israel Hospital 

Founded in 191 6 "to give medical and surgical aid and care, dis- 
pensary and outpatient service to the sick and disabled of any 
race, creed or color, and to carry on such educational, philan- 
thropic and scientific activities and functions as are a part of 
efficient modern hospital service," this general hospital contains 
368 beds and 62 bassinets, all used for teaching. Among the 
major teaching hospitals of Harvard Medical School, it offers a 
wide range of services, broadly categorized under medicine, 
surgery, obstetrics-gynecology, pathology, pediatrics, psychiatry 
and radiology, each under the direction of full-time Faculty 
Members. There are many well equipped laboratories for clinical 
investigation and basic research, modern seminar and lecture 
rooms, and a convenient medical library, all available to students 
in the Medical School. In 1966, approximately 12,000 inpatient 
admissions and 2,300 deliveries accounted for 120,000 patient 
days of hospital care. Interest in community medicine is manifest 
through an Outpatient Department (60,000 annual visits), 
Emergency Ward (20,000 annual visits), Home Care Program 
(13,000 annual patient days), and Child Care Program oriented 
toward 400 families in Roxbury and elsewhere. There is also a 
close relationship with the Hebrew Rehabilitation Center for 
Aged, where the medical problems of over 500 elderly citizens 
fall within the purview of Beth Israel Hospital. 

Boston City Hospital 

This hospital with all its divisions contains 1,180 beds, including 
85 bassinets for newborn and 200 beds for infants and children. 
Over 300 are available to the teaching units of the Medical School. 
The Second and Fourth Medical Services, the Fifth Surgical Serv- 
ice, the Neurological and Neurosurgical Services are under the 
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addition there are other specialties open to students. In the Out- 
patient Department and Accident Floor there were 514,228 patient 
visits during the year 1965. 

The Thorndike Memorial Laboratory, established in 1923 for 
medical research, includes a metabolism ward and is an integral 
part of the Harvard Medical Unit. It is an internationally known 
center of medical investigation in the treatment of blood dis- 
orders, infectious diseases and disorders of the liver, kidney, 
thyroid and heart. The Sears Surgical Laboratory, established 
in 1955 as part of the Harvard Surgical Unit, is associated with 
the Fifth Surgical Service under the direction of the Professor 
of Surgery who is Head of that Service. It provides a modern 
amphitheatre, conference rooms, animal quarters, library, and 
laboratories for surgical research. The Departments of Neurology 
and of Pathology also maintain active research laboratories. In 
addition there are well-equipped service laboratories for pa- 
thology, chemistry, metabolism, and immunology. Four am- 
phitheatres and various conference rooms are used in student in- 
struction. The hospital maintains an admirable general working 
library and two special libraries. 

Boston Hospital for Women 

The Boston Hospital for Women was formed in 1966 by merger 
of the two Harvard-affiliated hospitals specializing in the care of 
women. These were the Boston Lying-in Hospital and the Free 
Hospital for Women which have been re-named the Lying-in 
Division and the Parkway Division. 

The Lying-in Division, located at 221 Longwood Avenue, has 
174 beds. Approximately one-third are on the ward service and 
an increasing number of private beds are also available for teach- 
ing. Although this Division is primarily obstetrical, a certain 
amount of surgical gynecology is also performed here. There are 
chemistry, pathology, bacteriology and blood bank laboratories 
and an x-ray department. A new wing attached to the hospital 
is completely devoted to research laboratories. 

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The Parkway Division, located at 245 Pond Avenue, Brook- 
line, is devoted exclusively to the care of women with gynecologi- 
cal conditions. The hospital has 90 beds, 32 of them on wards, 
but almost all available for teaching. In addition to standard 
laboratory facilities and a library, the hospital houses the Cytology 
Laboratory for the Women's Hospital and has laboratories 
oriented toward research in reproduction and neoplasia. 



Children's Hospital Medical Center 

This is an affiliation of ten voluntary institutions concerned 
with the care of children, with teaching, with research, and with 
child health. Included are the following: 

The Children's Hospital 

This hospital has been located on Longwood Avenue adjacent 
to the Medical School since 19 14. It is a general hospital for the 
care of children from infancy through adolescence. Pediatric, 
surgical, neurosurgical, neurological, orthopedic, dental, radio- 
logic, psychiatric, pathologic, and otolaryngologic services with 
their associated specialties are maintained. Special clinical facili- 
ties are provided for adolescents. There are 343 beds, with an 
average daily census in 1966 of 304 patients. During the year 
ending September 30, 1966, it rendered 110,867 days of care to 
11,412 inpatient admissions. (These figures are inclusive of The 
Children's Hospital, Infants' Hospital, Sharon Sanatorium, The 
House of the Good Samaritan, and the Judge Baker Guidance 
Center.) In addition, there were 149,098 visits to 52 outpatient 
clinics. Full laboratory and diagnostic services are provided for 
the study of material from the house and outpatient services. 

The Sharon Sanatorium 

This organization sponsors the Sharon Cardiovascular Unit com- 
posed of 28 beds devoted to the care of non-rheumatic cardio- 
vascular disorders including congenital heart disease. It is included 
in The Children's Hospital as described above. 

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The Infants' Hospital 

Established as a memorial to Thomas Morgan Rotch, Jr., the 
Infants' Hospital operated in close conjunction with The Chil- 
dren's Hospital from 1923 to 1961, at which time there was a 
complete merger. There are 29 beds which are devoted to the 
care of infants in addition to a separate neonatal nursery accom- 
modating 12 infants under the age of one month, including pre- 
matures. 

The House of the Good Samaritan and 

The Hospital and Convalescent Home for Children 

The House of the Good Samaritan is situated at 25 Binney Street 

adjacent to the Medical School. There are 37 beds devoted to the 

care of long-term and convalescent patients and to the study of 

rheumatic fever and rheumatic heart disease. 

In February, 1959, the renovated Good Samaritan building was 
reoccupied and became a long-term and convalescent care facility 
of the Children's Hospital. The Hospital and Convalescent Home 
for Children in Welleslev Hills was closed about the same time 
and its activities transferred to the Good Samaritan. This now pro- 
vides 37 beds including 15 beds for respirator cases or patients re- 
quiring long-term orthopedic care. The studv and treatment of 
rheumatic diseases continues. Out-patient clinics are held regularly 
as a part of this research program. The building also houses the 
endocrine laboratories of The Children's Hospital. 

The Children's Mission to Children 

A social service agency providing counseling service to parents 
whose children have medical and emotional problems. Also avail- 
able is a foster home and a group home program for children 
who cannot remain at home. 

The Children's Cancer Research Foundation 

An affiliate of The Children's Hospital Medical Center, the 

Foundation conducts programs of diagnosis, treatment, and 

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clinical investigation of leukemia and other forms of cancer in 
children, and of cancer research housed in two buildings, the 
larger of which is the Jimmy Fund Building. Ten floors of 
laboratories are devoted to both basic medical research and to 
more specific programs of cancer research concerned with pre- 
vention, eradication, and cure of disseminated cancer, with 
greatest emphasis on cancer chemotherapy. 

The Judge Baker Guidance Center 

A child psychiatry clinic whose treatment, training, and research 
programs are affiliated with those of the Department of Psychiatry 
of The Children's Hospital iMedical Center. The in-patient service 
has 26 beds. This unit has constructed a building in close prox- 
imity to The Children's Hospital, expanding and integrating the 
program in psychiatry. 

McLean Hospital 
A hospital for patients with all types of psychiatric disorders, 
situated in Belmont and a division of the Massachusetts General 
Hospital. In addition to the inpatient service it offers day care, 
night care, and outpatient treatment programs. One fifth of the 
patients are adolescents and the hospital operates a high school 
on its grounds. McLean Hospital was the first hospital in New 
England and is the third oldest mental hospital in the United 
States. It has a complement of 254 beds, with approved capacity 
of 278 beds, and has been a teaching hospital connected with the 
Harvard Medical School for many years. During the past fiscal 
year 332 patients were admitted to the hospital and 306 patients 
were discharged. It maintains laboratories for research in social 
psychiatry, social psychology, clinical psychology, clinical physi- 
ology, neurophysiology, neurochemistry, and neuropathology. 

Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary 
The Infirmary, incorporated in 1827, and associated with the 
Harvard Medical School since 1866, is a voluntary specialty hos- 
pital engaged in patient care, research and teaching in the fields 

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of Ophthalmology and Otolaryngology. The Chiefs of the two 
clinical services are appointed jointly by the Infirmary and the 
Medical School, where they hold full professorships. 

Many members of the Medical Staff also serve on the Faculty 
and give instruction to the medical students both at the School 
and at the Infirmary itself where most of the 180 beds are avail- 
able for teaching. There is a high occupancy of about eighty 
five per cent and a short average patient stay of approximately 
five and one half days. In the fiscal year 1966, 10,386 operations 
were performed on 10,334 patients admitted to the hospital. 

Although the Infirmary and its neighbor, the Massachusetts 
General Hospital, are separate and independent institutions, they 
join together in the operation of ambulatory clinics. In 1966, the 
Eye and Ear, Nose and Throat clinics together recorded 70,182 
patient visits. 

Eye research at the Infirmary is conducted in the Howe Labor- 
atory of Ophthalmology which, though a department of the 
Medical School, has been housed at the Infirmary since 1932. In 
otolaryngological research, the best known laboratory is the 
Eaton-Peabody Laboratory of Auditory Physiology, a joint ven- 
ture of the Infirmary and Massachusetts Institute of Technology. 



Massachusetts General Hospital 

This general hospital, founded in 181 1, in great part owes its 
existence to the foresight and ambition of two members of the 
faculty of the Harvard Medical School, Dr. James Jackson and Dr. 
John Collins Warren, son of Dr. John Warren, the first Professor 
of Anatomy and Surgery at the Medical School. 

In a circular letter addressed (August, 18 10) "to the most in- 
fluential and wealthy citizens of Boston," Drs. Warren and Jack- 
son noted the benefits that would accrue to the ill of the com- 
munity through establishment of a hospital, and to the collateral 
advantages that would follow. Among the latter, "are the facilities 
for acquiring knowledge which it (the hospital) would give to the 
students in the medical school (Harvard) established in this town." 

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The Hospital opened its doors in 182 1 with Dr. Warren as 
Surgeon-in-Chief and Dr. Jackson as Physician-in-Chief. The 
close and salutary relationship established at the outset between 
the jMedical School and the Hospital has continued to the present. 

In the Hospital there are services in medicine, surgery, pedi- 
atrics, dermatology, genito-urinary diseases, orthopedics, gyne- 
cology, neurology, neurosurgery, anaesthesia, dental medicine, 
physical medicine, and psychiatry, all of which are used in giving 
instruction in these special departments of medicine. The Hos- 
pital has 1,060 beds, all of which are available for teaching pur- 
poses. Over 30,000 patients were admitted to the Hospital in 
1965-66. Large clinics are also used for instruction in the above 
clinical subjects. Clinic visits numbered 212,607 last year, of 
which 14,218 were first visits of new patients. There were 
58,085 patients treated in the emergency ward. Laboratories for 
pathology, bacteriology, chemistry, metabolism, medical and 
surgical research, and radiology are maintained, and there is an 
excellent medical library, all of which are open to students in the 
Medical School. 

In 1942 arrangements were made with the Vincent Memorial 
Hospital and the Hall Mercer Hospital to care for their patients 
in the Massachusetts General Hospital. The Vincent occupies 
the three lower floors of the Vincent-Burnham Building, with the 
three floors above comprising the Burnham Memorial for Chil- 
dren. 

In 1943 the Collis P. Huntington Memorial Hospital and its 
associated laboratories of the Harvard Cancer Commission were 
transferred from their former location adjacent to the Medical 
School to the buildings of the Massachusetts General Hospital. 

Massachusetts Mental Health Center 
(formerly the Boston Psychopathic Hospital) 

This is a state institution for acute, curable, incipient, and doubt- 
ful cases of mental disease. The hospital was opened to patients 
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became a separate institution in 1920. It has 200 beds, of which 
14 are available for children. All of the beds are available for 
teaching and receive patients at the rate of about 900 a year. 
The hospital is equipped with psychological, clinical, biochemical, 
and research laboratories. The out-patient department is made 
up of an adult and child division and receives more than 4,000 
new patients per year — total patient visits number more than 
45,000. In addition to the psychoses and neuroses, the clinical 
material includes cases of maladjustment, personality problems, 
behavior disorders of childhood and mental defect. 



New England Deaconess Hospital 

This is a 360 bed specialty hospital located one block from the 
Harvard Medical School. The physical plant includes the Palmer 
Memorial, George F. Baker, Central, and Deaconess Buildings as 
well as the ambulatory Joslin diabetic unit, the Norwich House 
for short-term psychiatric therapy, the Cancer Research Institute, 
the medical office building for independent staff, and the new 
Shields Warren Radiation Laboratory. The latter unit, con- 
structed by the Deaconess Hospital, is operated jointly by the 
Deaconess, Beth Israel, and Children's Hospitals to provide facili- 
ties for the new Alvan T. Fuller Chair of Experimental Radiation 
of the Harvard Medical School. The Departments of Pathology 
and Radiology provide diagnostic and treatment facilities for all 
patients within the above named units as well as patients referred 
from the Joslin, Lahey, and Overholt Thoracic Clinics. The 
hospital is known for therapy in Cancer, Diabetes, Hematology, 
General Medicine, and all types of Surgery. It has an active post- 
graduate teaching program including four year specialization in 
Medicine, Surgery and Pathology and two years in Anesthesi- 
ology, Radiology, and Thoracic Surgery. Undergraduate teach- 
ing is limited to fourth year elective courses. Active research 
programs within the hospital are carried out under the direction 
of the Cancer Research Institute, the Diabetes Foundation, the 
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HOSPITAL FACILITIES 



Peter Bent Brigham Hospital 



Since its dedication in 191 3, this hospital has been closely associated 
with the Medical School. The hospital, equipped for teaching 
and research in physical diagnosis, medicine, surgery, radiol- 
ogy, and pathology is situated on grounds adjacent to the Medical 
School buildings. The Chiefs of Service are Professors of the 
Faculty of the Medical School. There are 321 beds, all of which 
are used for teaching purposes. During the past year, 8,027 P a ~ 
tients were admitted. There are also a clinic and an emergency 
service. The total number of visits to these facilities last year 
was 71,930. There are well-equipped medical, surgical, and 
pathological laboratories. The hospital has a School of Nursing 
and the oldest program in the country for dietetic interns. 

Veterans Administration Hospital (West Roxbury) 

This is a 300 bed hospital for the care of general medical and 
surgical patients, incorporating a center for the care of patients 
with spinal cord injuries. It is also a center for cardiovascular 
surgery. All the beds are available for teaching; there were 
2,621 admissions during 1966. 

The hospital is administered by the Veterans Administration 
but is professionally closely associated with the Peter Bent Brig- 
ham Hospital (8 miles distant), with which it is affiliated for 
the training of residents. It has complete laboratory and X-ray 
facilities, a research laboratory, and its own library. 

Other hospitals in the Greater Boston area in which some 
teaching activities are carried on include: Cambridge City Hos- 
pital; Lemuel Shattuck Hospital; Long Island Hospital (physical 
diagnosis); Metropolitan State Hospital; Middlesex County San- 
atorium; Mt. Auburn Hospital; Pondville State Hospital and the 
Robert B. Brigham Hospital. 



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HARVARD MEDICAL CENTER 

A corporation known as the Harvard Medical Center was 
formed in 1956 by the Harvard Medical School and seven of its 
teaching hospitals ". . . to improve and advance the knowledge, 
practice and teaching of medicine . . . ; to assist in the advance- 
ment of medical research and investigation and the improvement 
of medical teaching facilities. . ." 

The Center's Board of Trustees is made up of the Dean of 
the Faculty of Medicine, who serves as President, and a repre- 
sentative from each of the participating institutions, which are: 

Harvard Medical School 

Beth Israel Hospital 

Boston Hospital for Women 

Lying-in Division 

Parkway Division 
Children's Hospital 
Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary 
Massachusetts General Hospital — McLean Hospital 
Peter Bent Brigham Hospital 

Harvard is exceedingly fortunate in having both privately en- 
dowed and tax-supported teaching hospitals associated with the 
Medical School through joint faculty appointments, joint teach- 
ing responsibilities and joint research undertakings to foster maxi- 
mally the correlation of teaching, research and patient care. 

Tax-supported hospitals cannot legally be part of the Harvard 
Medical Center and it is for this reason that such important teach- 
ing hospitals as the Boston City Hospital, the Massachusetts Mental 
Health Center (formerly the Boston Psychopathic Hospital), and 
the West Roxbury Veterans Administration Hospital are not 
member institutions. 

REQUIREMENTS FOR ADMISSION 

In general, the Faculty of Medicine considers for admission 
those students who are in good standing in either arts or sciences 

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and also graduates of colleges that are listed as approved in the 
"Higher Education Directory," which is published by the Office 
of Education of the United States Department of Health, Educa- 
tion and Welfare. Academic work in foreign universities must be 
supplemented by a year or more of study at an approved university 
in the United States. Candidates for admission to the first year class 
must not only have met the minimum requirements but they must 
present evidence that their academic achievement and other cre- 
dentials have been of such quality as to predict a high degree of 
success in the graduate study of medicine. These include, among 
other things, the A4edical College Admission Test scores, extra- 
curricular and summer activities, comments contained in letters of 
recommendation and the personal qualifications of the applicant. 
The selection of students is based on a total and comparative ap- 
praisal of the candidate's suitability for medicine. The student 
planning to embark upon a career in medicine would be well ad- 
vised, therefore, to strive not for grades nor for a vocational 
training but for a good liberal education. He should seek to de- 
velop his intellectual, cultural and personal growth. 

Tomorrow's physician must be accomplished in the science of 
medicine and skilled in the art of the practitioner, concerned with 
the social and environmental problems of people and a leader in 
civic and community affairs. He needs to have a broad education 
encompassing in some depth the natural sciences, the behavioral 
sciences, the arts and the humanities. Although he is expected to 
have a scholarly approach to one or more of these areas, narrow 
specialization with all of his educational effort being directed to 
one area is undesirable. Secondary school, college and medical 
school should become a continuum because of an ever improving 
quality of education at all levels. 

The following are the minimal requirements (but not neces- 
sarily optimal): 

English: Basic skill in the English language, including proficiency 
in grammar and spelling, is necessary to achieve facility for clear 
expression in both the written and spoken medium. It is expected 

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that the student will have at least four years of study of English 
composition and literature, at least one of these years being at the 
college level. 

Foreign Language: The student is expected to have competence in 
a foreign language, not merely to increase ability to read more ex- 
tensively in the medical literature, but to increase understanding of 
language itself and the help this provides in developing the art of 
communication. Either a modern or a classical language will meet 
this requirement, which presupposes the equivalent of at least two 
years of study at the college level. If an applicant has fulfilled the 
language requirement for a Bachelor's degree by obtaining a suf- 
ficiently high score on the College Board examination or by pass- 
ing a college language placement test, he will be considered to 
have met the language requirement for admission to the Harvard 
Medical School. In such cases, however, an advanced course in 
the same foreign language is strongly recommended. 

Mathematics: Mathematics, the language of science, is a basic tool 
for the successful study of medicine. At least one full year of 
calculus in either secondary school or college is a requirement. 
College algebra and similar college introductory courses will not 
suffice. 

These basic skills in language and mathematics, which can be 
acquired in secondary school or in college, should be pursued in 
the former to the extent that an opportunity is available. 

Chemistry: At least two full courses in chemistry in college are 
required. It is expected that there will be a minimum of one full 
course in both inorganic and organic chemistry. Adequate time 
in the laboratory, including familiarity with quantitative tech- 
niques, is important in this experience. If the student has ad- 
vanced placement credit for introductory chemistry, it is recom- 
mended that a course in physical chemistry would best provide for 
the minimum requirement in inorganic chemistry and will be of 
considerable benefit to the study of biochemistry in medical 

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school. In many states advanced placement courses may not be 
accepted for licensure. 

Biology: A student must have taken at least one full course of 
biology in college. His total biology experience (secondary school 
and college) should have emphasized structure, function, natural 
history and evolution of plants and animals. There should also 
have been an introduction to molecular biology. Laboratory ex- 
perience in these courses is essential. 

Physics: One full course of physics in college must be offered. If 
a student has advanced placement credit for secondary school 
physics, he should take a full year's work in one or more areas of 
advanced physics. 

Recoinmended Courses: As mentioned above, physical chemistry 
will provide an additional background for the study of biochem- 
istry. Comparative anatomy, genetics and embryology may be 
of help during the first two years of medical school. 

Psychology and behavioral sciences have value for increasing 
the understanding of man. Such courses, however, cannot be con- 
sidered as a substitute for gaining first hand knowledge of human 
activity through the study of literature, history, art and religion. 

The undergraduate curriculum should contain both balance and 
depth. In general, approximately one half of the courses should be 
devoted to the study of humanities and at least one fourth to sci- 
ence. 

Depth of knowledge and scholarly experience should be gained 
by selecting the field of major study which is of greatest interest 
to the student. The goal of a liberal education is an end in itself 
and should not be considered merely as preparation for a graduate 
school. 

An increasing number of students are being admitted to college 
with advanced placement in one or more courses on the basis of 
superior ability and educational attainment in secondary 7 school. 
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when it improves and increases the challenge of secondary school 
education and when it permits an enrichment of the student's 
college years by enabling him to take upper level and graduate 
level courses, but the program is not encouraged when the aim 
is merely to speed the student through college. Leaving college 
at the end of three years is undesirable unless a student's education 
has been delayed, and he is older than his classmates. In the final 
analysis, however, it is not the number of years in college or hours 
in a course, but the quality of education and maturity of a student 
that determines his readiness for medical school. Since the re- 
quirements for admission to the Harvard Aiedical School now in- 
clude four courses in science in college, the student who has re- 
ceived advanced placement credit for secondary school science is 
fortunate in that he will thus enrich his knowledge of the sciences 
by studying courses at a more advanced level and at the same time 
assure himself of fulfilling the licensing requirement in all of the 
United States. 

Honors courses and independent study are encouraged both for 
the educational depth they provide and more so because of the 
scholarly experience which will develop into a lifelong habit of 
self education. 

No attempt should be made to anticipate the work actually 
given in medical school — to do so is a double mistake: it elimi- 
nates the chance to explore a field that will be unavailable later, 
and it may give the student a false sense of security in a subject 
with which he has some familiarity leading him to neglect it in 
medical school under the competitive pressure of other courses. 

The Medical College Admission Test of the Association of Ameri- 
can Medical Colleges is required of all applicants for admission 
and is given in May and October of each year. Applicants are 
urged, whenever possible, to take this test in May of the year 
preceding the expected date of matriculation. An application will 
not be considered from an applicant who has not taken the Medical 
College Admission Test by October of the year in which he ap- 
plies. 

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Information regarding this test, administered by the Psychologi- 
cal Corporation, may be obtained by writing to Medical College 
Admission Test, the Psychological Corporation, 304 E. 45th Street, 
New York, New York 100 17. 

Interview: When the Committee on Admission deems an interview 
to be helpful, the applicant will be requested to make an appoint- 
ment with either a member of the Committee in Boston or, if at a 
distance, with a regional representative. Any applicant is welcome 
to seek an interview for information or for clarification of the 
data in his application. 

Application Procedure: One class only is admitted each year, to 
begin in mid-September. Application blanks are ready for distri- 
bution after June 1 of the year preceding expected matriculation. 
These should be returned to the office of the Committee on Ad- 
mission, Harvard Medical School, 25 Shattuck Street, Boston, 
Massachusetts 02 1 1 5, as early in the fall as possible. No applica- 
tion will be accepted after November 1. If a student has not re- 
ceived acknowledgment of receipt of his application within two 
weeks after he has filed it, he should notify the office of the Com- 
mittee on Admission. 

The Admission Committee begins its consideration of applica- 
tions shortly after the first of October. Since acceptance depends 
upon a comparison of the total picture of each applicant with all 
others, notification of acceptance will be sent only on November 
15, December 15 and January 10. The majority of the places 
in the class are offered on the last date. The class roster is usually 
complete by January 15, when a waiting list is established to fill 
any vacancies which arise as a result of withdrawals. During the 
process of studying applications, when it appears that an applicant 
has little likelihood of being accepted, he will be informed of this 
fact so that he can make other plans for his medical education. 

Applications will not be considered from candidates who have 
been refused admission on two prior occasions. 

Since a complete catalogue is available in most college libraries, 

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it is not usually sent to individuals. The staff of the Admission 
Office encourages visits from potential applicants. 



Admission to the Second and Third Year 
Classes at the Harvard Medical School 

The extensive clinical facilities for teaching in the third and 
fourth year make it possible to add a limited number of students 
to the class at the beginning of the third year. Only students of 
high scholastic standing will be considered for transfer. Prefer- 
ence will be given to applicants for transfer from two year medi- 
cal schools. Applicants for transfer from other four year medical 
schools will be considered only if there are the most compelling 
reasons for such a transfer and the request has both the approval 
and hearty endorsement in writing of the dean of the medical 
school from which a student wishes to transfer. It is requested 
that the dean's office submit both a transcript of academic per- 
formance in the medical school as well as a certificate indicating 
that the time spent in medical studies is at least equal to that of 
the class to which a student seeks admission. Full credit for work 
done elsewhere will be allowed as a rule. 

Only an occasional vacancy occurs in the second year class, 
which may be available to properly qualified transferring students. 

Applications for transfer into the second and third year classes 
may be obtained from the office of the Committee on Admission 
approximately one year prior to the expected date of transfer. 
Completed applications must be submitted by February i of the 
year of transfer. Decisions about transfers into the third year 
class are made during March. Decisions about transfers into the 
second year class are not usually determined until the end of the 
academic year. 

No applications for transfer into the fourth year class are ac- 
cepted. 



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Information for Servicemen 



The Harvard Medical School welcomes inquiries regarding 
future application from men who are now on active duty with 
the armed forces. The Committee on Admission cannot act on 
applications from men still on active duty and not released from 
service. The applications of men on terminal leave or whose date 
of discharge is definitely known may be considered by the Com- 
mittee. The qualifications for admission remain essentially the 
same for veterans as for civilian applicants. Before the acceptance 
of a veteran can be final, the applicant will need to submit photo- 
static copies of discharge papers or similar evidence of honorable 
release. Where available the applicant should file also a copy of 
his "Report of Separation" on which is listed in detail his service 
record and training. If the Committee does not act favorably 
on an application, certifications furnished by the applicant may 
be returned, at his request. It is the responsibility of the appli- 
cant to take the necessary steps toward obtaining the govern- 
mental benefits for which servicemen are eligible. On request, 
the section on Veterans Affairs of the Comptroller's Office at 
Harvard will furnish a statement of the necessary procedures 
to receive such benefits required by the Veterans Administration. 
The University has established this office to form a central point 
for answering inquiries and advising veterans. For matters relating 
to veterans' affairs and not connected directly with the Medical 
School, the applicant should feel free to write to the Comptroller's 
Office, Veterans Affairs, Holyoke Center, 1350 Massachusetts 
Ave., Cambridge, Massachusetts 02138. 

Applications from Foreign Students 

A candidate from a foreign university may file application for 
admission, but if he has attended a university or medical school 
which has not received approval by the Approving Authority 
of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, specific approval from 
the Authority must be gained before he can be admitted. In 

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general, it is the policy of the Committee on Admission to require 
that foreign students spend two years studying at an approved 
undergraduate college in this country before applying for admis- 
sion to the Harvard Medical School. This policy has been es- 
tablished in order both that the applicant may become familiar 
with the language, customs, and methods of teaching in the United 
States, and that the Committee may obtain a better evaluation of 
his qualifications and preparation for medicine. Exception to this 
policy may be made in the case of qualified applicants from schools 
in the British Isles. 

Students seeking transfer to the second year class from foreign 
medical schools may be required to take the examinations in the 
first year subjects at the regular time they are given at the 
Harvard Medical School in January and June. Students applying 
for transfer to the third year at the Harvard Medical School will 
be required to take Part I of the examinations given by the 
National Board of Medical Examiners and to achieve scores satis- 
factory to the Committee on Admission. 

Foreign Students 

All students who are not citizens of the United States will be 
referred before registration to the Harvard International Office, 
Holyoke Center, 75 Mt. Auburn St., Cambridge 02 1 38, where they 
must present a statement of admission, show their passports, and 
fill out a Student Registration form. They will then receive a 
card for presentation at registration, showing they have been 
cleared by the International Office. 

This office serves as the official liaison agency between the 
University and the United States Department of State and Immi- 
gration and Naturalization Service. It maintains a registry of all 
non-U.S. citizens in the various Schools or Departments of the 
University, and it furnishes these members of the University 
community with information, not only on Immigration regula- 
tions, but on the facilities available to them through other Harvard 
offices, and from recognized outside organizations interested in 

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the welfare, housing and hospitality of those unfamiliar with this 
country. 

Special Students 

Individuals wishing to take courses or to engage in special 
study under the Faculty of Medicine, who are not candidates 
for the degree of Doctor of Medicine or regularly enrolled as 
students under another Faculty of the University, may apply for 
admission as Special Students. Candidates should be mature indi- 
viduals with serious and compelling reasons for wishing to pursue 
special programs of study at the Harvard Medical School. Appli- 
cation for admission to the status of Special Student should be 
submitted to the Chairman of the Committee on Admission of the 
Faculty of Medicine. Each of these students will be under the 
charge of the Dean and a member of the Faculty designated bv 
the Dean to serve as his special advisor. Admission to Special 
Student status is ordinarily for a maximum of one year. Only 
with the approval of the student's advisor, the departments con- 
cerned, and the Dean may this period be extended. Persons wish- 
ing to audit or to take for credit any course in the Medical School 
must register by filing an application as a special student. Forms 
are available in the office of the Committee on Admission. 

Tuition Fee: Varies according to the courses taken and is based 
on a proportion of the annual fee for instruction. 

Special Students at the Medical School wishing to take courses 
under the Faculty of Arts and Sciences must register with the 
Dean of Special Students, Holyoke Center, 75 Mt. Auburn St., 
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02138. 



COURSES FOR GRADUATES 

This Department of the Medical School offers qualified phy- 
sicians courses of varying length in the subspecialties of medicine. 

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Facilities for graduate instruction are available at the Harvard 
Medical School and at the affiliated teaching hospitals. Informa- 
tion concerning courses can be found in the catalogue of Courses 
for Graduates, and inquiries should be addressed to Daniel D. 
Federman, M.D., Assistant Dean. 



DIVISION OF MEDICAL SCIENCES 

The Division of Medical Sciences as part of the Faculty of Arts 
and Sciences of Harvard University, provides facilities in the 
departments of Anatomy, Bacteriology, Biological Chemistry, 
Neurobiology Pathology, Pharmacology and Physiology of the 
Harvard iMedical School for advanced study and investigation 
leading to the degrees of Doctor of Philosophy and Master of 
Arts. In addition to the facilities of these departments, those 
of other research laboratories of the Harvard Medical School and 
its affiliated hospitals are available for the education of students. 
The Division offers special courses for graduate students in ad- 
dition to those available to them in the Departments of Biology, 
Chemistry, Physics, etc. of Harvard University. The study pro- 
gram of the entering student may thus be shaped to meet his or 
her specific needs and background. The aim of the Division is to 
provide a broad education in the biological fields mentioned and 
specialization in one of them for those who wish to pursue a 
career of research and teaching in medical schools and universities, 
or of research in government, foundation and industrial labora- 
tories. 

Candidates for admission should have a thorough grounding in 
the biological and physical sciences. This will usually be more 
than the minimum for admission to medical school. Advanced 
courses in biology, chemistry, and physics are ordinarily regarded 
as preferable to undergraduate courses in bacteriology, biochem- 
istry, histology, etc. A reading knowledge of German and one 
other modern language is desirable but not required for admission. 
The candidate will be required, however, to pass an examination 
in German and one other foreign language before graduation. 

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The minimum requirement for the degree of Doctor of Phi- 
losophy consists of not less than two years — at least one of which 
must be in residence at Harvard — devoted to advanced studies 
approved as suitable preparation for the degree by the proper 
department. Ordinarily three or more years are required for the 
completion of formal courses and preparation of a thesis. In 
estimating the amount of a candidate's study for the degree, the 
advanced work done in other graduate departments at Harvard 
or of other universities will be considered. Medical students who 
have successfully completed their first or second year may apply 
for admission to this Ph.D. program and receive credit for some 
of the course work completed as a medical student. 

It is expected that the preparation of a thesis will require full 
time for usually not less than one and a half years. It must show 
original treatment of a fitting subject, give evidence of independ- 
ent research, and be clearly, logically, and carefully written in 
good English. Following acceptance of his thesis, the candidate 
is given an oral Final Examination on the subject of his thesis and 
its relation to his special field and collateral subjects. 

Candidates for the Doctor of Philosophy and iMaster of Arts 
degrees are registered in the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences 
for study in the Division of Medical Sciences. Students interested 
in graduate study in the Division should see the General An- 
nouncement of the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences and the 
pamphlet entitled Higher Degrees in Medical Sciences. These 
can be obtained from the Admission Office, Graduate School of 
Arts and Sciences, 75 Mt. Auburn Street, Cambridge, Massachu- 
setts 02138. 

Inquiries should be addressed to the Chairman of the Division 
of Medical Sciences, 25 Shattuck Street, Boston, Massachusetts 
02115. 

SCHOOL OF PUBLIC HEALTH 

The School of Public Health is one of the graduate schools of 
the University. Instruction and research opportunities are avail- 

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able in the several fields which underlie the protection of health 
and the investigation and control of diseases in communities. 
These include the basic public health sciences, biostatistics, 
epidemiology, health services administration, and environmental 
health. Other significant aspects of public health are represented 
by departments of demography and human ecology, microbiology, 
nutrition, tropical health, maternal and child health, behavioral 
sciences, and a newly created Division of International Health. 

Students enrolled in the Medical School may take courses at 
the School of Public Health with the approval of the Head of the 
Department concerned. Further information and a catalogue may 
be obtained from the Registrar at 55 Shattuck Street, Boston, 
Massachusetts 02 1 1 5. 



GENERAL REGULATIONS 

In order that the time of study shall count as a full year, 
students of all upper classes must register on the first day of the 
session. A fee of $10 is charged for late registration. 

For special and approved purposes fourth year students may 
be allowed to take a portion of their work elsewhere than at the 
Harvard Medical School, provided the application be approved 
by the Dean in consultation with the Administrative Board and 
the head of the department concerned, and provided the student 
passes an examination on this work after its completion, con- 
ducted by a member of the Faculty of the Harvard Medical 
School. 

Examinations and Promotion 

Promotion from one class to another is contingent upon the 
satisfactory completion of the required work of each year. In 
each course, when indicated, students will be informed by their 
instructors as early as possible when the progress of their work is 
unsatisfactory. 

Final grades in each course will be based upon such examina- 

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tions or other tests as are determined by each department. Grad- 
ing is on the scale of A, B, C, D, and E (denoting failure). 

Grades are averaged on the basis that A=i,B = 2,C=3, 
D = 4 and E = 6. In calculating this average, time devoted to a 
course is taken into account. 

Promotion Boards 

Promotion Boards have been appointed for the first, second 
and third years to review the work of each student at the end of 
the year or, at their option, at other times. The membership of 
these boards consists of one representative from each department 
whose grading, as noted above, affects the student's grade 
average and one member from the Committee on Examinations 
and not as voting members, the Dean or Assistant Dean, ex-officiis, 
and on the Promotion Boards of the first and second years, the 
Dean of the School of Dental Medicine, ex-officio. 

It is the duty of the Promotion Boards to promote those quali- 
fied, to notify formally students whose work in any course is 
unsatisfactory — in certain cases requiring that such students 
repeat the year's work — and to recommend that unpromising 
students withdraw from the School. 

Opportunity will be given to students to appeal the decision 
of a Promotion Board either at a special meeting or at the next 
regular meeting of the Board. Appeals must be sent to the Chair- 
man of the Promotion Board, Harvard Medical School and, to be 
valid, be received by him within two weeks after the issuance of a 
Promotion Board's notice of formal action. 

General Examination 

A committee will give a General Examination to each candidate 
for the degree of M.D. It will recommend to the Faculty those 
who pass and are otherwise qualified for the degree and for honors. 
The conditions under which a student shall take a General Exam- 
ination and the character and content of the examination will be 
determined by the Committee subject only to rules of the Faculty. 

A student becomes eligible to take a General Examination on 

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successfully completing seven-eighths of his fourth year work. 
He may not anticipate the General Examination ahead of his class. 
A student who fails three General Examinations is debarred 
from further attempts. 

Rides Governing Promotion 

i. A student with a grade averaging, for one year, from D(4) 
to E (6) will ordinarily be required to withdraw from the School. 

2. A student whose grade for one year averages from 3.5 to 4 
will be warned that his work is unsatisfactory. At the Promo- 
tion Board's discretion such a student may be required to repeat 
the year's work, or to withdraw from the School. 

3. A student who is set back a year must repeat at least two 
assigned subjects and then he will not be promoted unless he 
obtains a grade of C or better in both of these subjects. 

4. A student who is warned by a Promotion Board that his 
work is unsatisfactory and yet is permitted to advance with his 
class must attain for the ensuing year a grade average which is 
significantly better than in his previous year, failing which he 
must repeat the year's work, or, at the Board's discretion, he may 
be required to withdraw from the School. 

5. A student failing in any course and yet permitted to ad- 
vance with his class may not be promoted a second time nor will 
he be allowed to take the General Examination until that failure 
is removed. 

6. A student failing any course will have an opportunity for 
re-examination only at a time set by the Promotion Board or with 
a succeeding class or section. 



Leave of Absence 

The Faculty of Medicine believe that certain students may 
profitably be granted a leave-of-absence from the School for 
specified periods of time in order to pursue at other institutions 
studies and research activities related to medicine. A leave-of- 

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absence for this purpose should be requested from the Dean's 
Office. It will be granted at the discretion of the Dean. 

Withdrawal from the School 

A student may withdraw from the School voluntarily upon 
application to the Dean's Office. 

A student may be required to withdraw from the School at any 
time if in the opinion of his instructors he is not competent to 
pursue his assigned course of study or if the Faculty of Medicine 
determine that he is for any reason unfit to continue as a student 
in the School. In addition, any student who is absent without 
leave from scheduled courses for more than a total of 30 days 
during the academic year will be required to withdraw from the 
School. 

Application for reinstatement by any student who has with- 
drawn voluntarily or who has been required to withdraw from 
the School, must be received in writing by the Committee on 
Admission of Students at least four months prior to the requested 
date of readmission. Reinstatement will be made only upon the 
recommendation of the Committee on Admission. 



DEGREES 

Doctor of Medicine 

Every candidate for the degree of Doctor of Medicine at this 
University must be at least twenty-one years of age, and of good 
moral character. He must have fulfilled all the requirements for 
admission to this Medical School; give evidence of having studied 
in a recognized medical school at least four full years, of which 
one year must be spent in the regular fourth year course of this 
School; have passed all the required examinations; have dissected 
the three parts of the body to the satisfaction of the demonstrator; 
and furnish evidence of having engaged in the practical exercises 
in Medicine, Surgery and Obstetrics. 

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The degree of Doctor of Medicine cum laude, magna cum laude, 
or sumrna cum laude may be given to students of highest rating 
in the class, on recommendation of the Committee on Examina- 
tions and the Faculty. 

The degree of Doctor of Medicine cum laude, magna cum laude, 
or sumrna cum laude for a thesis in a special field may be awarded 
to candidates for the degree of Doctor of Medicine on recom- 
mendation of the Committee on Examinations and the Faculty. 
The work for this may have been carried out under the Tutorial 
System or by independent arrangement with any member of the 
Staff. 

The degree is awarded for original and meritorious investiga- 
tion in a single subject or group of subjects and for evidence of 
ability, scholarship and persistent interest and industry. Candi- 
dates wishing to be considered for such honors in a special field 
must apply to the Dean's Office not later than March i of the 
year of graduation and must submit two typewritten copies of 
an original thesis prepared in form usual for publication. The 
written approval of the head of the department in which the work 
was completed must be attached. 

The thesis should include an introduction with references to 
relevant literature; a brief statement of the purpose of the study; 
a description of the materials and methods employed; an account 
of the original observations included; a discussion of the results; 
a summary; and a list of the references used. 

No candidate is eligible to graduate with honors for a thesis 
in a special field unless he has done creditable work in his regular 
curricular studies and has passed the General Examinations. In 
addition, any candidate whose qualifications are acceptable for 
honors in a special field must pass an oral examination before the 
Subcommittee on Honors in a Special Field and invited special 
examiners in which he will be examined not only on the subject 
of his thesis but on the general field of which it is a part. 

Every candidate for the degree of M.D. must make application 
for it in writing on blanks furnished at the Dean's Office, on or 
before April i . 

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DEGREES 

Doctor of Dental Medicine 

Every candidate for the degree of Doctor of Dental Medicine 
at Harvard University must be at least twenty-one years of age 
and of good moral character. He must have fulfilled all the re- 
quirements for admission to this school; give evidence of having 
studied at least two full years in basic health sciences comparable 
to those offered in the first two years of this school and two 
years in a recognized dental school, of which one year must be 
spent in the regular fourth year course of the Harvard School 
of Dental Medicine. He must have passed all the required ex- 
aminations and have satisfactorily completed the minimum re- 
quirements for work in the various laboratories and clinics. 

The degree of Doctor of Dental Aiedicine cum laude or magna 
cum laude may be given to students of highest general rating in 
the class, on recommendation of the Committee on Examinations. 
The degree is also awarded, where appropriate, with honors for 
a thesis in a special field. 

Application for the D.M.D. degree, on a form provided by the 
Dean's Office, must be filed at that office prior to April i in order 
for the student's name to be placed on the list of degree candidates 
at Commencement. 

Doctor of Medical Sciences 

Candidates for this degree must matriculate as medical students 
and complete with an honor grade the regular elementary courses 
offered by this School, together with such other subjects as may 
be recommended by the Faculty. Ordinarily this preparatory 
training will be equivalent to the first two years of the course of 
study leading to the degree of M.D. In addition, all candidates 
are required to have a reading knowledge of French and German. 
In estimating the amount of a candidate's study for the degree, 
study completed in other approved medical schools will be con- 
sidered. 

Following the completion of this preliminary training, the stu- 
dent shall devote himself for not less than two years to the inten- 

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sive study of one of the fundamental medical sciences and to the 
preparation of a thesis. The thesis must show an original treat- 
ment of a fitting subject and give evidence of independent re- 
search. 

There shall be two examinations for every candidate for this 
degree: a general examination, before entering upon the work of 
the last two years, covering the elementary medical sciences; and 
a final examination, upon acceptance of the thesis, covering the 
particular medical science chosen as a special field. 



Higher Degrees in the Medical Sciences 

The degrees Doctor of Philosophy and Master of Arts are 
offered for advanced work in some special field in the medical 
sciences and are administered by the Faculty of Arts and Sci- 
ences, through the Division of Medical Sciences, which consists 
of faculty members of the preclinical departments of the Medical 
School. All candidates for these degrees are registered in the 
Graduate School of Arts and Sciences for study in the Division 
of Medical Sciences and must hold a degree in Arts or in Sciences 
from an approved college. 

(See section on Division of Medical Sciences on page 40.) 



FEES AND EXPENSES 

An estimate of total yearly expenses shows that the average 
cost of the school year is approximately $3,800 for each academic 
year. This estimate includes tuition, medical health fee, board 
and room, books, laundry, and incidentals. 

The fees are: 

Matriculation $5 

Medical Health Fee $95 each year 

Instruction $2,000 * each year 

* Includes laboratory charges except microscope rental, breakage, dam- 
age, loss of apparatus, etc. 

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FEES AND EXPENSES 



Issued 
At Regis- 
tration 


Payable 
Presenta- 
tion 


Vi 

Rr 


Nov. 20 


Dec. 10 





Jan. 



20 



Feb. 



Term bills for the year 1966-67 are issued and payable as 
follows: 

Basic Charges 

Tuition for the year 

Medical Health Fee 

Tuition for the year 
Board through Oct. 31 

Room Rent for the year 
Coupon Books through Oct. 3 1 
Miscellaneous Charges 

!4 Tuition for the year 

Vz Medical Health Fee 

Board through Dec. 31 

! /4 Room Rent for the year 

Coupon Books through Dec. 3 1 

Miscellaneous Charges 

!4 Tuition for the year 
Board through March 31 
J4 Room Rent for the year 
Coupon Books through March 31 
Miscellaneous Charges 

Board to the end of year 
X A Room Rent for the year 
Coupon Books to the end of the year 
Miscellaneous Charges 

Board to the end of year 
!4 Room Rent for the year 
Coupon Books to the end of the year 
Miscellaneous Charges 



Apr. 20 May 10 



June 5 * June 1 5 



June 30 July 15 



The term bills are sent to the student at his college address un- 
less the Comptroller is requested in writing to send them else- 
where. 

* Applies only to candidates for degrees. 

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A fee of $10 is automatically added to all bills which are unpaid 
by the due date. 

Any student whose indebtedness to the University remains un- 
paid on the date fixed for payment is deprived of the privileges 
of the University until he is reinstated. Reinstatement is ob- 
tained only by consent of the Dean of the Department in which 
the student is enrolled, after payment of all indebtedness. 

As a further condition for reinstatement a student who is de- 
linquent in his financial obligations to the University is required 
to furnish a bond in the form prescribed by the University in 
the amount of $1,000 as security for the payment of his future 
financial obligations to the University. 

Students who are candidates for degrees in the middle of the 
academic year must pay all dues to the University at least one 
day before the day upon which the degrees are to be voted. 

All indebtedness to the University must be paid by all candi- 
dates for degrees at least one day before Commencement. 

When a student's connection with the University is severed, all 
charges against him must be paid at once. 

Students will be held responsible for the payment of fees until 
they have notified the Dean in writing of their intention to with- 
draw from the School. 

Microscopes 

The School requires that each student secure a standard student 
microscope, preferably less than twenty years old, with a mini- 
mum of two oculars and three objectives including an oil immer- 
sion lens. A mechanical stage is not essential. The minimum 
requirements are as follows: 

2 oculars 5X and 10X 

1 oil immersion objective 

1 1 6mm. objective 

1 4mm. objective 

1 complete substage — Abbe condenser and Iris diaphragm 

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FEES AND EXPENSES 

In addition, the following are recommended by the Department 
of Pathology: 

i scanning objective 2-3X 1 quadruple nosepiece 

Under the auspices of the Student Microscope Committee, ar- 
rangements have been made for the quantity purchase, at a sub- 
stantial discount, of the standard American, certain German and 
Japanese microscopes. The standard American and German 
monocular microscopes currently retail at about $350, binoculars 
at about $550. 

Further information about the quantity purchase plan may be 
obtained from the Student Committee. 

The Medical School has a limited number of binocular micro- 
scopes available for rental each year to first and second year stu- 
dents unable to provide their own. The rental charge is $55 a 
year. 

Dormitory 

Vanderbilt Hall, the Medical School dormitory, has accom- 
modations for 305 male and 20 female students. The majority of 
the rooms are designed for one occupant. Many of the rooms 
communicate directly with the adjacent room, and there are also 
a number of suites for two or more persons. The price of rooms 
ranges from $260 to $505 per person for the academic year. Appli- 
cation forms for rooms in Vanderbilt Hall will be sent to all new 
students approximately four months before registration day. The 
date on which they must be returned in order to be included in 
the drawing will be announced at that time. Students are per- 
mitted to reengage their rooms for the following year by signing 
lease cards at the Student Affairs Office. The dormitory has 
squash courts, a tennis court, and a gymnasium which are open 
to members of the teaching staff and students of the Medical 
School. There is a parking lot for a limited number of automobiles 
behind the dormitory. The School assumes no responsibility for 
loss or damage to automobiles or other property left in the lot. 
First year students are urged not to bring cars. 

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Dining Hall 

The dormitory contains a large dining hall which is available 
for all members of the medical area. First year students living 
in Vanderbilt Hall will be required to pay full board, $652, for the 
academic year (September 16, 1966 through June 10, 1967) for 
2 1 meals a week. Second year students living in Vanderbilt Hall 
will be required to pay full board, $670, for the academic year 
(September 9, 1966 through June 10, 1967) but in the second 
term compulsory meal contracts may be amended to provide for 
absence from lunch during the three clinic days of each week. 
A proportionate decrease in the full board rate will be made for 
the period involved. Students desiring the amended contract 
should apply to the Dining Hall checker. Graduate students and 
others living in the Hall will also be required to sign on for the 
2 1 meals a week for their first two years of residence. 

Student Health Service 

The Medical Area Health Service, providing medical care for 
the students, is open Monday to Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 
p.m. Saturday from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon. On Saturday 
afternoons, Sundays, nights, and holidays one of the staff physi- 
cians of the Health Service is available by telephone. If emergency 
care is required, the Emergency Ward of the Peter Bent Brigham 
Hospital may be utilized. A complete medical examination of 
each new student is required at the beginning of the school year. 
This is conducted by appointment shortly after school opens. 

Upon registration, each student receives a booklet which 
describes the medical services available from the Medical Area 
Health Service. Hospital insurance is available through the plan 
for wives and children of married students. 

Successful small pox vaccination within three years prior to 
entrance to Harvard Medical School is required. A completed 
certification of vaccination must be submitted before registration. 

Any illness necessitating absence from classes must be reported 
to the Health Service. 

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Student Employment 



Only a limited amount of outside work can be done without 
taxing a student's health and scholarship, and the student is urged, 
when it is possible, to devote himself to a regular program of 
study and recreation, giving as little time to outside work as is 
feasible with his plan for financing his medical education. A 
limited number of positions offering room and board in return 
for laboratory or minor clinical services in hospitals are available 
to second, third, and fourth year students. Few opportunities 
are open to first year students. 



FELLOWSHIPS 

The Fellowship Funds of the Harvard Medical School are, 
except where otherwise noted, administered by a Standing Com- 
mittee of the Faculty. Applications for support from these funds 
should be sent to the Dean's Office. 

Edward Hickling Bradford (191 8). Anonymous. To be used 
for medical research or instruction separately or in connection 
with any other foundation, in such manner as may be prescribed. 

Bullard (1891). William Story Bullard, in memory of three 
physicians "distinguished for their honorable personal character 
and their professional services in this community": 

George Cheyne Shattuck Memorial 
John Ware Memorial 
Charles Eliot Ware Memorial 

Any one or all of these fellowships may be paid to any student 
or member of the medical profession appointed to make such 
original investigations in Medical Science as will be most useful 
to the profession and to the community. The results of these 
investigations shall not, however, be published as a research per- 

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formed under the grant of a Bullard Fellowship, unless the work- 
shall have received the approval of the Committee. 

Holders of the fellowships must do throughout the academic 
year the equivalent of at least ten hours' work a week and make 
a report thereon. 

Arthur Tracy Cabot (191 3). Dr. and Mrs. Frederick Cheever 
Shattuck. In memory of Arthur Tracy Cabot, A.B. 1872, M.D. 
1876. For students of surgery. Ordinarily the incumbent may 
not engage in active practice, but is to devote himself to the ad- 
vancement of surgery in the United States or elsewhere. Nomina- 
tion to this fellowship is by preference to be made by the Moseley 
Professor of Surgery. 

Walter Bradford Cannon (1945). Mr. Joseph F. and Mrs. 
Clara Ford. A fellowship in Physiology. 

Henry A. and Camillus Christian (1956). Henry A. Chris- 
tian. To be appointed by the Hersey Professor of the Theory 
and Practice of Physic. The fellowship shall be held preferably 
by the same individual for a period of five years. The greater part 
of his time shall be devoted to medical investigation, preferably 
in the field of clinical medicine. 

Harold C. Ernst Memorial Fund (1938). Mrs. Ellen L. Ernst. 
A scholarship or fellowship in the Department of Bacteriology. 

Charles Follen Folsom (1908). Founded by more than sixty 
persons in memory of Charles Follen Folsom, A.B. 1862, M.D. 
1 870. A Teaching Fellowship in Hygiene or in Mental and Nerv- 
ous Diseases. For the present assigned to the Department of 
Neuropathology-Neurology. 

Louis W. Gilbert (1943). S. Louise Gilbert. Income to be 
used for the study of chronic diseases. 

Samuel Jordan Graham (1961). E. Norma P. Graham. 
Fellowship in surgery. 

Judge and Mrs. Samuel Jordan Graham Memorial (1961). 
E. Norma P. Graham. Postgraduate study or research. 

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FELLOWSHIPS 

Charles Dustin Hunking, M.D. (1948). Sarah S. H. Cheney, 
in memory of her brother, Charles Dustin Hunking, M.D., a mem- 
ber of the Class of 1871 of Harvard University and of the Class 
of 1876 of Harvard Medical School. To enable a graduate of 
Harvard Medical School, who is also a native of Haverhill, Mass., 
to do medical research. 

Louis E. Kirstein (1937). Friends of Louis E. Kirstein. For 
the promotion of scientific medical education. 

John R. Kissinger (191 i). Harold C. Ernst. For a fellowship 
or salary of an individual engaged in the investigation of the 
causation of infectious diseases, preferably in the direction of 
tropical medicine. Recommendation to this fellowship is made 
by the Professor of Bacteriology in the Medical School. 

William O. Moseley, Jr., Travelling Fellowships (191 2). 
The bequest of Julia M. Moseley makes available fellowship funds 
to graduates of the Harvard Medical School for postdoctoral 
study in Europe. The Committee, anxious that these fellowships 
be outstanding awards, has voted that the amounts awarded for 
stipend and travelling expenses will be determined by the specific 
needs of the individual. In considering candidates for the Moseley 
Travelling Fellowships, the Committee will give preference to 
those Harvard Medical School graduates who (1) have already 
demonstrated their ability to make original contributions to 
knowledge, (2) have planned a program of study which in the 
Committee's opinion will contribute significantly to their de- 
velopment as teachers and scholars, and (3) clearly plan to devote 
themselves to careers in academic medicine and the medical 
sciences. Individuals who have already attained Faculty rank at 
Harvard or elsewhere will not ordinarily be considered eligible 
for these awards. 

Application forms may be obtained from, and completed ap- 
plications should be sent to: Secretary, Committee on Fellowships 
in the Medical School, Harvard Medical School, 25 Shattuck 
Street Boston, Adassachusetts 021 15. The Committee may request 
candidates to present themselves for personal interviews. 

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Francis Weld Peabody Memorial (1929). To be awarded 
on the recommendation of the Dean and full professors of A4edi- 
cine in charge of the clinics of the Boston City Hospital, the 
Massachusetts General Hospital, and the Peter Bent Brigham 
Hospital, to properly qualified graduates of medical schools to 
enable them to devote further time to intensive clinical and lab- 
oratory studies. 

Jeffrey Richardson (1933). William Lambert Richardson, 
A.B. 1864, M.D. 1867. To be awarded each year to some deserv- 
ing student, upon his graduation from the Harvard Medical 
School, who desires to continue his studies either here or abroad. 

Henry P. Walcott (1910). Dr. Frederick Cheever Shattuck. 
For a Fellow in Clinical Medicine appointed on nomination by 
the Jackson Professor of Clinical Medicine. The recipient shall 
not engage in private practice but must devote his time to teach- 
ing and clinical research. 

Whitman (1933). Mrs. Bernard C. Whitman, in memory of 
her husband Bernard C. Whitman, A.B. 1846, and of her son 
Crosby C. Whitman, A.B. 1886. Available for a graduate of Har- 
vard Medical School pursuing the study of medicine or surgery 
at the Ecole de Medecine de Paris. 

Wyman Whittemore (1963). Francis Lee Whittemore. 
Scholarships in surgery. 

William Hunter Workman (1925). William Hunter Work- 
man, M.D. 1873. To enable one or more graduates of the Harvard 
Medical School to pursue postgraduate studies in medicine in this 
country or abroad. In exceptional cases, fourth year students will 
be eligible. 

SCHOLARSHIPS 

Harvard Medical School National Scholarships 

In order to make it possible for young men of outstanding ability 
and promise to come to the Harvard Medical School, two or three 

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Harvard Medical School National Scholarships will be offered to 
incoming members of the first year class. These scholarships will 
carry a stipend sufficiently large, if necessary, to meet all the stu- 
dent's essential expenses. Successful applicants who maintain a 
high honor record at the Medical School will continue to hold 
these scholarships throughout the Medical School course. 

The offer of these scholarships is made possible by gifts from 
Mr. Edward S. Harkness, Dr. Daniel F. Jones, and Dr. Franklin 
S. Newell. The donors expressed the hope that through these 
scholarships superior men who could otherwise not receive a 
medical education would be enabled to attend the Harvard Medi- 
cal School. They also expressed the hope that some of these men 
might wish to return to their own communities to carry on the 
practice of medicine. 

Direct application for these scholarships cannot be made since 
all accepted first year students are considered as candidates, the 
awards being made without reference to financial circumstances. 
The stipend will vary depending on the resources of the recipient. 

General Scholarships 

The following scholarships are open to students who have been 
admitted to the School at the time of application. Approximately 
$155,000 is available annually from the general scholarship funds. 

The Cheever, Gerry, Greene, and Haven Scholarships are 
awarded only to students of the first year class. The Hayden 
and Webster Scholarships may be so awarded. All the other 
scholarships are available to members of all classes. 

Information concerning all forms of financial assistance may be 
obtained from the Office of the Committee on Admission. 

Vivian B. Allen (1954). To provide scholarship aid for men 
who are unable to pay their own way for medical training. 

Anonymous No. 60 (i960). To provide scholarships for stu- 
dents in the Medical School. 

Edward Dana Barbour Fund (1928). For promoting medical 

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education in China, preference to students coming from Shanghai 
or its environs. 

Edward M. Barringer Fund (1881). Edward M. Barringer. 
For the maintenance of two scholarships for students in the Har- 
vard Medical School. Awarded to deserving students, preference 
being given to those of the fourth year class. 

Edward M. Barringer No. i 

Edward M. Barringer No. 2 

Gordon Bartlett (19 19). Mr. and Mrs. Donald Gordon, in 
memory of their nephew, Gordon Bartlett, a student at Dartmouth 
College who died of wounds at St. Mihiel while serving in the 
Seventeenth Field Artillery. Preference is given to graduates of 
Dartmouth College. This scholarship will ordinarily be divided 
between two men. 

Matthew and Mary E. Bartlett (1916). Miss Fannie Bartlett, 
in memory of Matthew and Mary E. Bartlett. For the benefit of 
a worthy and meritorious student who is in need of financial 
assistance. 

Walter Bauer (1965). The Helen Hay Whitney Foundation. 
Scholarships or other beneficiary aid for any qualified student 
engaged in studies under the supervision of the Faculty of Medi- 
cine. 

George Packer Berry (1965). Harvard Aiedical Alumni 
Association. 

Lucius F. Billings (1900). Lucius F. Billings. May be divided 
between two or more students. 

Dr. Robert Bonney Fund (1944). Robert Bonney, M.D. 1898. 
For the aid of needy and meritorious students. 

John White Browne (191 8). Mrs. Francis B. Greene. Scholar- 
ships for students in the Harvard Medical School. 

James Jackson Cabot (1906). Arthur T. Cabot, Samuel Cabot 

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and Guy C. Cabot. For the support of scholarships for students 
in the Medical School. 

Henry Fassett Castle (1941). William E. Castle, A.B. 1893, 
A.M. 1894, Ph.D. 1895, as a memorial to his son, Henry Fassett 
Castle, who died in November, 19 19, at the age of 19, having 
completed the previous June the work of the first year in the 
Medical School. 

David Williams Cheever (1889). David Williams Cheever, 
A.B. 1852, M.D. 1858, LL.D. For a first year student after three 
months' study in the Medical School. 

David Williams Cheever #2 (1947). David Cheever, A.B. 
1879, M.D. 1 90 1. To be awarded at the beginning of the year to 
a first year medical student in hope that after the stated pro- 
bationary period he may be awarded the scholarship founded by 
David Williams Cheever, A.B. 1852, M.D. 1858. 

Eleanor Dwight Clark (1938). For one or more scholarships 
of the type of the Harvard National Scholarships. 

Owen Copp (1936). Hattie G. Copp. To assist one or more 
needy and worthy students. 

Cotting Gift (1900). Benjamin E. Cotting, A.B. 1834, M.D. 
1837. Awarded on the basis of pecuniary need, intellectual ca- 
pacity, faithfulness, and earnest endeavor. 

Myron Denton (1956). Myron P. Denton, in memory of his 
father. 

Orlando W. Doe (1893). Orlando Witherspoon Doe, A.B. 
1865, M.D. 1869. To be given annually to a deserving student in 
the Medical department. 

George Russell Eager (1936). Miss Mabel T. Eager, in 
memory of her father. 

Henry Ehrlich Memorial (1927). Friends and family of 
Henry Ehrlich, M.D. 1886. To be used for the assistance of needy 
and worthy students regardless of creed or color. 

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Russell Dunson Elliott (1950). Awarded annually to prop- 
erly qualified applicants, preferably of Anglo-Saxon ancestry. 

Horace Putnam Farnham (19 18). Mrs. Eliza Cary Farnham 
in memory of her husband, Dr. Horace Putnam Farnham, A.B. 
1843. For the benefit of meritorious students in the Harvard 
Medical School. 

Reginald Fitz (1954). Scholarships for students in the Har- 
vard Medical School. 

Dr. E. Peabody Gerry (1943). The income to aid first year 
students. 

Charlotte Greene (1925). Edwin Farnham Greene. For a 
first year student whose previous record indicates special promise. 

Dr. C. Eugene Gunther (1933). Mrs. C. Eugene Gunther in 
memory of her husband. To be used to maintain two scholarships 
for the benefit of deserving medical students. 

William Waugh Haggart (1955). G. Edmund Haggart, M.D. 
In memory of his brother for scholarships, beneficiary aid or 
loans. 

Edward Warren Harnden (1957). William H. Snyder, Jr. 
and Monica H. Snyder. For scholarships, loans or other financial 
aid. 

Dr. Charles Harrington (1959). In memory of Dr. Charles 
Harrington. Beneficiary aid for deserving students. 

Faith Garrison Harwood (1964). Dr. Reed Harwood. 
Scholarships for any qualified students at the Harvard Medical 
School. 

George Haven (191 3). George Haven, M.D. 1883. To be 
used annually for scholarships for students of the first year in the 
Medical School. 

Lewis and Harriet Hayden (1894). Mrs. Harriet Hay den. 
For colored students. The income may be divided. If not 

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awarded in the Medical School, the School of Public Health, or 
the School of Dental Medicine, it is open to colored students in 
any other department of the University. 

Health Professions Scholarship. Department of Health, 
Education, and Welfare (Public Health Service) under the 
Health Professions Educational Assistance Act. 

Frederick Warren Hecker (1963). Bequest of Eugene A. 
Hecker in memory of Frederick Warren Hecker. For scholar- 
ships to worthy and needy students. 

Ernest Laurence Hill (1961). Annette S. Hill. In memory 
of son — to assist medical students from Maine and New Hamp- 
shire. 

William Hilton (1897). Two scholarships annually in the 
Medical School. 

William Otis Johnson (191 1). Mrs. William O. Johnson, in 
memory of her husband, William Otis Johnson, A.B. 1845, M.D. 
1848. 

Claudius M. Jones (1893). Claudius A4arcellus Jones, A.B. 
1866, M.D. 1875. 

Thomas Hinckley Lanman (1961). Established by the Har- 
vard Medical Alumni Council. 

Frederic T. Lewis (1965). Bequest of Ethel S. Lewis. Scholar- 
ship for a first year student. 

Alfred Hosmer Linder (1895). Mrs. George Linder. For a 
student of sound principles and marked ability. 

Arthur Theodore Lyman and Henry Sturgis Grew Me- 
morial Scholarship (1926). On March 19, 195 1, it was voted by 
the Corporation . . . "to provide that such income shall be avail- 
able, until further order of this board, for scholarships in the 
Medical School, the School of Dental Medicine, and the School 
of Public Health; preference to be given to Chinese students, with 

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the understanding that if none such apply successfully, the in- 
come may be used for scholarships for students from elsewhere 
in the Far East." 

George Sturtevant MacPherson (1965). Estate of Janice M. 
Blood. Scholarships for deserving students preferably from the 
State of Maine or from New England. 

James Ewing Mears, M.D. (1909). J. Ewing Mears. For a 
student throughout the full course of four years, subject to his 
scholastic standing and good conduct. 

Aiedical School Class of 1879 (1909). Established by the 
Class of 1879 as a loan fund and later converted to a scholarship. 

John Morgan Memorial (1961). The Francis Beidler Chari- 
table Trust. For scholarships or other financial aid for students 
from the State of Illinois. 

Ernest Omar Nay (1947). Ernest Omar Nay, M.D. 191 9. 
For a medical student from the states of Indiana, Illinois or Ohio 
whose scholarship is above the average and whose financial re- 
sources are such that he cannot unaided acquire a medical educa- 
tion. 

Joseph Pearson Oliver (1904). Patients of Joseph Pearson 
Oliver, M.D. 1871. To be awarded to a needy and deserving 
student of the Medical School. 

J. Eliot Overlander (1947). John Eliot Overlander, M.D. 
1909. To assist such needy medical students as may be deemed 
worthy of assistance by the proper authorities. 

Alwin M. Pappenheimer '99 (1957). Beatrice L. Pappen- 
heimer. For the benefit of such graduate students in the fields of 
medicine or music. 

Jacquelyn Pines (1966). Scholarships to incoming students. 

Charles B. Porter (1897). William L. Chase. 

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Dr. Flavius Searle ( 192 i ). Miss Mary L. Searle, in memory of 
her father, Dr. Flavius Searle. The stipend may be divided. 

Joseph J. Silbert (1937). For scholarship or loans to needy 
students. 

Eleanor B. and Channing S. Simmons (1954). Scholarships 
for two needy students. 

Francis Skinner (1905). Francis Skinner, Esq. To be used in 
small sums to meet the urgent needs of meritorious students in 
the payment of term-bills or other expenses. 

Charles Pratt Strong (1894). Friends and patients of the late 
Charles Pratt Strong, A.B. 1876, M.D. 1881. 

Isaac Sweetser (1892). Mrs. Anne M. Sweetser. To be "de- 
voted to the aid of poor students of ability who would not other- 
wise be able to continue the studies necessary for their profession." 

Edward W. and Elsie B. Taylor ( 1961 ). Katherine B. Taylor. 
For financial aid to students. 

John Houghton Taylor (1966). Mrs. John H. Taylor in 
honor of her husband, John H. Taylor, A.B. 191 3, M.D. 19 16. 
For financial aid to students. 

John Thomson Taylor (1899). Mrs. Frederic D. Philips, in 
memory of her brother, John Thomson Taylor. To be paid to 
some meritorious undergraduate of the Medical School without 
regard to his pecuniary circumstances. 

Mary Thacher (1956). Mary Thacher. To be applied against 
the tuition of needy students preferably from first, Yarmouth, 
Massachusetts, secondly from the Cape Cod region of Massachu- 
setts, and thirdly from Massachusetts. 

James Rockwell Torbert (1958). Elizabeth T. Torbert. In 
memory of her husband James Rockwell Torbert, H.M.S. 1902. 

Walker Scholarships (1922). Miss Leslie Walton Walker, 
four scholarships. 

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Dr. Charles Walker 
Helen L. Walker 
Anna G. Walker 
Leslie W. Walker 

Richard H. Wallace (i960). The family and friends of 
Richard H. Wallace, H.M.S. 1927. 

Abraham A. Watson (1923). Miss Catherine E. Walker. For 
the benefit of students in the Medical School. 

Major Harrison Briggs Webster, U.S.A. Memorial (1921). 
Gift of L. Florence Webster in memory of her son, Class of 1905, 
to sons of members of that class or to a needy student in the Medi- 
cal School. 

Charles H. Weed Memorial (1961). Friends, students, and 
patients of Dr. Weed. For scholarship or other financial aid to 
students. 

Dr. Charles J. White (1959). Mrs. Bertha Lea Stone, Mr. 
Charles B. Barnes and Sundry Donors. For scholarship or fellow- 
ship or other academic purpose. 

Edward Wigglesworth (1897). The family of Edward Wig- 
glesworth, A.B. 1861, M.D. 1865. 

James F. and Helena C. M. Willis (1961). Helena C. M. 
Willis. For a student who is a native of Boston. 

George Bern ays Wislocki (1957). The family and friends of 
Dr. Wislocki. For one or more graduates or medical students 
who show unusual promise in some area of the basic medical 
sciences. 

Paul Richmond Withington, Jr. (i960). The family and 
friends of Paul Richmond Withington, Jr. 

S. Burt Wolbach (1955). Dr. and Mrs. Robert E. Gross. 

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School of Dental Medicine Scholarships 

The Harvard School of Dental Medicine is fortunate in having 
financial assistance available to its students. Scholarships are 
awarded on the basis of academic excellence, financial need or a 
combination of factors. Application for financial aid may be 
made at any time to the Associate Dean for Student Affairs of 
the School of Dental Medicine. 

Joanna Alford Bequest (1785). Mrs. Joanna Alford. To be 
used for scholarships for those students who are under low and 
indigent circumstances. 

Lawrence Wills Baker Memorial Fund (1956). The gift of 
friends in memory of Dr. Baker, '98, Professor of Orthodontia. 
A scholarship for a student who has shown aptitude and interest 
in the field of orthodontics. 

Dwight M. Clapp (1926). Clara Josephine Clapp in memory 
of her husband, Dwight M. Clapp, D.M.D. 1882. For the educa- 
tion of a male student born in A4assachusetts, preferably one who 
has a college education or training of a classical character. 

Dental School Alumni Scholarship (1937). A gift of the 
Class of 191 2. 

Thomas Alexander Forsyth (1929). Thomas Alexander 
Forsyth scholarship to two deserving men, awarded continuously 
until they have completed the course. 

Harvard Dental Alumni (1949). Selection of a candidate 
shall be based upon character, scholarship, and promise within 
the field of dentistry. The award may be offered as a scholarship 
to an undergraduate student of the third or fourth year or as a 
fellowship for graduate work. 

Harvard School of Dental Medicine National Scholarship 
(i960). 

As part of the Harvard National Scholarship plan, prize 
scholarships are awarded to one or more members of each class 

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entering the Harvard School of Dental Medicine. The selection 
of recipients is based on academic promise without reference to 
financial need. The amount of the stipend, however, is in propor- 
tion to the student's actual necessities, except that a certain mini- 
mum award is granted to all prize scholars. Each student accepted 
by the Committee on Admission is considered as a candidate for 
a National Scholarship. An individual application cannot be 
made. The prize scholarship is awarded for one year. If the 
student maintains a satisfactory record, the scholarship will be 
renewed annually. 

Health Professions Scholarship. Department of Health, 
Education, and Welfare (Public Health Service) under the Health 
Professions Educational Assistance Act. 

Frank Randall McCullagh (1964). Estate of Frank R. Mc- 
Cullagh. To assist worthy and indigent students to finance them- 
selves through dental training. 

Eugene Hanes Smith (1920). Alumni Association. To be 
awarded to a third or fourth year student who has been a student 
in regular standing during the first and second years. 

Peter E. Strauss (1922). Emily R. M. Strauss. In memory of 
her husband. 

Clarence B. Vaughan (1965). Bequest of Clarence B. 
Vaughan. To aid worthy students in acquiring and completing 
their education in dental medicine. 



Fellowships and Scholarships Available in other Departments 

of the University as well as in the Medical School and 

School of Dental Medicine 

The fellowships, scholarships and loans listed below which are 
marked with an asterisk (*) give preference to, or are restricted 
to, students who come within the special terms set forth. 
Unless otherwise stated, applications should be made, before 

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February i, to the Deans of the Medical School and School of 
Dental Medicine. 

*John Austin Amory, Class of 1907, Scholarship Fund 
(1954). Gift of Roger Amory, Class of 19 10, to establish "the 
John Austin Amory, Class of 1907, Scholarship Fund .... to 
provide one or more scholarships for candidates for a degree in 
any college or graduate school of the University." Under certain 
conditions a grandson by male line of John Austin Amory, '07, 
may be entitled to the income. If no awards are made to preferen- 
tial candidates, the income shall be assigned to the College Ad- 
mission and Scholarship Committee. 

Anonymous No. 63 (1961). Anonymous gift "to provide an 
endowment fund, the income to be used for scholarships to 
graduates or undergraduates in Harvard University or Radcliffe." 

Hattie G. Atkins Bequest (1961). Residuary bequest of 
Hattie G. Atkins in memory of her ancestor, Matthew Gannett, 
the income to be used for not more than two graduate or under- 
graduate scholarships. 

William Bridgman Atkinson '39 Memorial Fund (1952). 
Anonymous gift "to provide one or more scholarships or bene- 
ficiary grants to graduates or undergraduates in Harvard Univer- 
sity. These awards shall be based on need and character and not 
scholarship alone." 

Edward Austin Bequest (1899). For fellowships or scholar- 
ships in any department of the University. 

Jason S. Bailey Fund (1952). Residuary bequest of Jason S. 
Bailey. For scholarships in any department of the University. 

Frank B. Baird, Jr. Fund (1955). Gift of the Frank B. Baird, 
Jr. Foundation, to establish the Frank B. Baird, Jr. Scholarship. 
Income assigned to the Graduate School of Education. 

*Zlatko and Joyce Balokovic Scholarship Fund (1966). A 
gift of Joyce Balokovic in memory of her husband to . . . 

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"promote better international relationships through growing un- 
derstanding among all peoples and in particular between the people 
of Yugoslavia and the United States of America." For a student 
from Croatia or Yugoslavia. Nominations to be submitted by the 
Yugoslav Academy of Arts and Sciences in Zagreb. 

Albert M. Barnes Memorial Fund (1959). The income only 
to be used "for scholarships for students in Harvard University 
who are worthy recipients of such aid." 

Ellen S. Bates Fund (1929). Residuary bequest of Ellen S. 
Bates. For scholarships to deserving students in any department 
of the University. To be awarded every third year, with the next 
award to be made in 1967. 

*Baxendale Scholarship (1928). Bequest of Esther M. Baxen- 
dale. Preference: (1) descendants of Alan Bedford Hudson; (2) 
students of the name of Baxendale or Hudson; (3) students from 
Brockton, Mass., or Bourne, Mass. Birth certificate and genea- 
logical record required of (1). 

Henry A. Belcher Fund (1965). Bequest of Hannah B. 
Belcher. To establish a fund "to be known as the Henry A. 
Belcher Fund, the income of which shall be used in providing 
free scholarships for students of said University as the Trustees 
or officers thereof may direct." 

*Frank Boas Scholarship Fund (1964). Gift of Mr. and Mrs. 
Maurits C. Boas, "to establish a graduate scholarship in any one 
of the graduate schools of Harvard University for one year of 
study. Nominations shall be submitted by the United States 
Educational Foundation in Belgium from applicants from Bel- 
gium or the Grand Duchy of Luxemburg, and the award shall be 
made by the appropriate authorities of Harvard University upon 
the admission of the student to the University. The income of the 
Fund shall be used as needed to cover all expenses in the United 
States including tuition. With the approval of the Foundation the 
aw r ard may be renewed for one additional year. In the event the 

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Foundation fails to submit nominations for three years the income 
of the Fund may be used bv Harvard, for financial aid to stu- 
dents from Belgium or the Grand Duchy of Luxemburg." 

*Bright Legacy (1880). Bequest of Jonathan Brown Bright. 
For descendants of Henry Bright, Jr., of Watertown, Mass., who 
bear the name of Bright, registered in any department of the 
University. If no awards are made to preferential candidates, the 
income shall be assigned to the College Admission and Scholarship 
Committee. Birth certificate and genealogical record required 
to establish special claim. 

*Daniel A. Buckley Bequest (1905). Bequest of Daniel A. 
Buckley of Cambridge, Mass. For needy and worthy graduates 
of Latin, High and other public non-sectarian schools in Cam- 
bridge enrolled in any department of the University. Awards 
to undergraduates will be made by the College Admission and 
Scholarship Committee. 

•Godfrey L. Cabot, Inc. Scholarship Fund (1955). For schol- 
arships and grants of "aid" to students enrolled in any department 
of the University. A son of an employee of Godfrey L. Cabot, 
Inc. or of its subsidiary and associated companies, who applies 
for aid or a scholarship, may be preferred in the awards from 
this fund. 

•Frank Lawton Cady Scholarship Fund (1965). Residuary 
bequest of Caroline Cady Hewey . . . "for the purpose of estab- 
lishing a scholarship or scholarships as a memorial to mv said 
father, . . . the income of which shall be expended primarily in 
assisting worthy and deserving students, graduates of the A4ans- 
field High School in obtaining an education at Harvard Uni- 
versity." 

•Frank Milton Cady Scholarship Fund (1965). Residuary 
bequest of Caroline Cady Hewey ". . . in memory of mv brother, 
Frank Milton Cady, for the purpose of establishing a memorial to 
him, and to be known as the "Frank Milton Cadv Scholarship," 

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the income thereof to be expended primarily in assisting worthy 
boys of good character from the Mansfield High School." 

James Emerson Carpenter Fund (1963). Residuary bequest 
of Emmie L. Carpenter "to be devoted annually for deserving and 
needy students." A portion of this fund has been set aside for use 
by the University Health Services at the discretion of the Director 
to assist needy and worthy students meet unusual medical costs. 

* Madame Marguerite Carriere Fellowship Fund (1959). 
Residuary bequest of Louis A. Freedman in memory of his wife. 
The fellowship is to be awarded in alternate years to a graduate 
student at Harvard University for study in France and to a 
French graduate student for study at Harvard University. It is 
hoped that the aim of the American student in France will be to 
study the French traditions and attitude so as to better understand 
and explain the French reaction to the problems that concern 
both countries and that similar aim will guide the French student 
in America. In 1966-67 this award will be available to a French 
graduate student for study at Harvard University. 

* Victor Emmanuel Chapman Memorial Fellowship (191 7). 
Several donors. In memory of Victor Emmanuel Chapman, A.B. 
191 3, killed in World War I. For a French youth (or youths) 
for study in any department of the University. Apply through 
the Institute of International Education, 800 Second Avenue, 
New York, New York 100 17, before February 1. Students already 
enrolled at Harvard should apply through their Schools. 

* Joseph Hodges Choate Memorial Fellowship (19 19). Gift 
of the Harvard Club of New York City in memory of Ambassa- 
dor Joseph Hodges Choate, A.B. 1852. Awarded upon the nomi- 
nation of the Vice-Chancellor of the University of Cambridge, 
England, to a British subject coming from that University to 
study in any department of Harvard University. 

*George Chase Christian Memorial Scholarships (1936). 
Gift of Carolyn McKnight Christian in memory of her husband, 

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George Chase Christian, A.B. 1895. To be awarded as National 
Scholarships to residents of Minnesota, for study in any depart- 
ment of the University, preferably the graduate schools. 

*Mark D. Cory Scholarship (1954). Residuary bequest of 
Mark D. Cory. To be awarded to a worthy graduate of the 
Gadsden High School, Gadsden, Alabama, to be selected and 
designated by the faculty of said high school. Available for 
students in any department of the University. Administered by 
the College Admission and Scholarship Committee. 

Myer Dana and Etta Dana Scholarship Fund (1953). Gift 
of Etta (Mrs. Myer) Dana. To provide scholarships or bene- 
ficiary aid to needy and deserving students in the College, Law 
School, or Medical School. Awards are made upon the recom- 
mendation of the Deans of these Schools and not upon application. 

Frank L. DeLong Bequest (1964). Residuary bequest of 
Frank L. DeLong, A.B. 1890, A.M. 1892. The income is to be 
used for scholarships in Harvard University. 

*Charles Downer Scholarship Fund (1927). Bequest of 
Charles Downer, A.B. 1889, LL.B. 1892. For students in any de- 
partment of the University in the following order of preference: 

A. Students of "English or Anglo-Saxon stock" who bear the 
family surname of Downer by right of birth or inheritance, 
and not because of adoption, preference to be given to such 
students who are descendants of Joseph and Robert Downer, 
of Wiltshire, England, who came to America about 1650. 
Scholarship awards under this category will be sufficient to pay 
for tuition, books, food, room and other incidentals in any 
academic year. 

B. Descendants of members of the Harvard College Class of 1889 
who are in need of assistance. 

C. Residents of the State of Vermont, preference to be given to 
those most worthy of assistance. 

D. Students worthy of assistance and of high scholarship, pref- 

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erence to be given to ( i ) Descendants of graduates of Harvard 
College, and (2) Those "of that old Anglo-Saxon stock which 
has gone forth from New England into all parts of the United 
States and has been the means of giving strength and stability 
and character to our government." 

Or, any balance of income remaining after the award of scholar- 
ships as specified in paragraphs A, B and C above may be used 
for fellowships for Harvard graduates of high scholarship and of 
rare and unusual ability who are pursuing special work either at 
Harvard or at any American or foreign university or school. 

*D wight D. Eisenhower Scholarship Fund (1962). Gift of 
William A. Hinton in memory of Augustus and Maria Hinton, 
"the income to be used to assist graduate students in any depart- 
ment by way of scholarship grants, prizes for scholarly treatises 
or other achievements, or otherwise." 

Joseph Eveleth Bequest (1896). For needy and worthy stu- 
dents in any department of the University. 

Bradley Fisk Scholarship (1963). Gift in memory of Bradley 
Fisk, the income to be used "to provide one or more scholarships 
or other forms of financial aid to students in Harvard University." 

*Thomas Hooker Flint Memorial Scholarship (1957). Es- 
tablished by the friends and family of Thomas Hooker Flint, 
Harvard College Class of 1958, who died in 1957 in a climbing 
accident on Mount Madison, in the White Mountains, New 
Hampshire. The scholarship may be awarded either to students 
in Harvard College or Harvard Medical School, with preference 
for graduates of the Belmont Hill School. Thomas Flint was born 
in Concord, Mass., April 22, 1936, attended Belmont Hill School, 
and entered Harvard College in the Class of 1958 as an Honorary 
National Scholar, and hoped to attend Harvard Medical School. 
The scholarship is established in the conviction that those who 
benefit from it will fulfill the promise of his short life, as ex- 
pressed in the closing words of a prayer known to have been 
Thomas Flint's guide in life: "Help us to make the life of our 

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youth as lovely as the world in which it lives; the brotherliness 
of humanity equal to the beauty of nature." 

Francis Lee Friedman Fund (1962). Gift of the O-F Founda- 
tion, Inc., the income to be used "for scholarships in Physics for 
undergraduate or graduate students." One third of the income 
is to be used for scholarships to undergraduates and two-thirds 
of the income is to be used for scholarships in the Graduate 
School of Arts and Sciences. Awards are made upon the recom- 
mendation of the Chairman of the Physics Department and not 
upon application. 

Gage Scholarship (1948). Bequest of Homer Gage, A.B. 
1882, AID. 1887. In memory of Thomas H. Gage, AID. 1852, 
Homer Gage, 1882, Thomas H. Gage, Jr., 1886, and Homer Gage, 
Jr., 191 8. For students registered in any department of the Uni- 
versity. 

*Jean Gaillard Memorial Fellowship (1946). Established in 
memory of Jean Gaillard, a student of the Ecole Centrale des 
Arts et Manufactures in Paris, who served as an Aspirant in the 
French Air Forces, was arrested by the German Gestapo, and 
died in the German concentration camp at Ravensbrueck April 
16, 1945, a victim of Nazi inhumanity. For French youths for 
study in any department of Harvard University or of the Massa- 
chusetts Institute of Technology. The incumbents from year to 
year are to be nominated by the Board of Directors of the Ecole 
Centrale des Arts et Aianufactures in Paris. 

Joseph Ernest and Octavia Walton Goodrar Scholarship 
(1965). Residuary bequest of Octavia Walton Goodbar to estab- 
lish a scholarship ". . . for needy students of high scholastic stand- 
ing and good moral qualities at Harvard and/or RadclifFe College." 

John Tyler Hassam Memorial Scholarship (1941). Bequest 
of Eleanor Hassam in memory of her father, John Tyler Has- 
sam, A.B. 1863. For students registered in any department of the 
University. 

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Nathan Hayward A4emorial Scholarship Fund (1956). Gift 
of Anna S. (Mrs. Nathan) Hayward in memory of her husband. 
For Nathan Hayward Scholarships or aid to students in any de- 
partment of the University. 

^Caroline Cady Hewey Fund (1965). Residuary bequest of 
Caroline Cady Hewey "... for the purpose of establishing a 
scholarship in my name for the purpose of educating and fitting 
students who propose to engage in the Diplomatic Service of the 
United States." 

*Charles W. Holtzer Fellowships (1929). Bequest of Charles 
W. Holtzer. For young men of German birth who have received 
their preliminary education in German institutions of learning, to 
study in any department of the University. Preference is given 
to students in Germany at the time of application. Students in 
Germany may apply either through the Deutscher Akademischer 
Austauschdienst, Nassestrasse 11, Bonn, or the Institute of Inter- 
national Education, 800 Second Avenue, New T York, New York 
1 00 1 7, before December 1. Students enrolled at Harvard should 
applv through their Schools. Documentary proof of German 
birth and education required. 

Edward William Hooper Memorial (1905). The gift of 
friends of Edward W. Hooper, A.B. 1859, LL.B. 1861. For one 
or more fellowships in any department of the University. 

Charles Lloyd Huff Scholarship Fund (1949). Residuary 
bequest of Anna Elizabeth (Mrs. Charles Lloyd) Huff, in memory 
of Charles Lloyd Huff, A.B. 191 3. Income assigned to the College 
Admission and Scholarship Committee. 

Sinclair Kennedy Fund (1948). Gift of Mrs. Rae B. Kennedy 
in memory of her husband, Sinclair Kennedy, A.B. 1897, LL.B. 
1906. For grants to students enrolled in any of the graduate de- 
partments of the University for travel and residence outside the 
United States. "This fund to provide grants for travel is created 
in the belief that an opportunity to observe and to compare, to 
seek meanings and reasons, may enlarge the understanding of the 

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traveller and, through him, be of general value." Not open to 
competition by undergraduates, including graduating seniors, in 
the College. Recommendations for Kennedy Fellowships are 
made on behalf of students bv the Deans or Chairmen of the De- 
partments in which the student is registered. In addition, at least 
two letters of recommendation from the student's instructors, and 
a somewhat detailed statement of purpose written by the candi- 
date, must be submitted on his behalf. All material is then for- 
warded to the General Scholarship Committee Office, 906 Hol- 
voke Center, Cambridge, before February 1. 

Arthur Edwin Kk.nnf.lly Memorial Fund (1964). Bequest 
of Reginald Grice Kennellv in memory of his father, Arthur 
Edwin Kennellv. For students in any department of the Uni- 
versity, but preferably for undergraduates. 

*Frank Knox Memorial (1946). Gift of Annie Reed Knox in 
memory of her husband, Col. Frank Knox, LL.D. (Hon.) 1942, 
Secretary of the Navy, 1940-44. "It is my hope that this fund 
. . . will play a part in an integrated program of exchange fel- 
lowships throughout the world. The Frank Knox Memorial is 
established because of the firm belief of my dear husband, a con- 
viction which I share, that cooperation between the British Com- 
monwealth and the United States of America, based upon an in- 
formed and understanding contact of the peoples of these two 
great countries, is an essential to international peace." Candidates 
shall be selected on the basis of future promise of leadership, 
strength of character, keen mind, a balanced judgment and a de- 
votion to the democratic ideal. Fellowships are to be awarded 
annually to: 

1. Students coming from the following British Commonwealth 
countries: the United Kingdom, Australia, New Zealand, 
Canada and Newfoundland. Students should apply through 
their university before November 1 of the year preceding 
award. 

2. Recent graduates of Harvard College, or students who have 

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completed at least one year of study in one of the Harvard 
graduate schools, for study in any one of the countries listed 
above. 

Procedure for graduate students for travel grants only. Recom- 
mendations for Knox Fellowships are made on behalf of students 
by the Deans or Chairmen of the Departments in which the stu- 
dent is registered. In addition, at least two letters of recommenda- 
tion from the student's instructors, and a somewhat detailed 
statement of purpose written by the candidate, must be submitted 
on his behalf. All material is then forwarded to the General 
Scholarship Committee Office, 906 Holyoke Center, Cambridge, 
before December 1. 

Procedure for College students (graduating seniors only) for 
travel grants only. Recommendations for Knox Fellowships are 
made on behalf of students by their Department Chairmen and 
House Masters or Senior Tutors. Application material is due 
March 1 in the Office of the Dean of the College, 4 University 
Hall, Cambridge. Nominees are selected by informal interview- 
ing committees. 

* Arthur Lehman Fund (1936). Gift of Adele L. (Mrs. Ar- 
thur) Lehman and her daughters and sons-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. 
Richard J. Bernhard, Mr. and Airs. Benjamin J. Buttenwieser and 
Mr. and Mrs. John L. Loeb, in memory of Arthur Lehman, A.B. 
1894. For Arthur Lehman Fellowships to be awarded along the 
general lines of the Harvard National Scholarship Plan. For 
students of exceptional merit and promise in the graduate and 
professional schools only of the University, preference to be given 
to the following: Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, Graduate 
School of Design, Graduate School of Education, Medical School, 
Graduate School of Public Administration. 

Horace Louis Leiter Memorial Scholarship (1955). Bequest 
of Marietta D. Leiter in memory of her husband, Dr. Horace 
Louis Leiter, A.B. 1899. For deserving students in any depart- 
ment of the University. 

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George Vasmer Leverett Scholarship (1958). Residuary be- 
quest of George Vasmer Leverett of the Class of 1867. To "es- 
tablish new scholarships or fellowships." 

•Lincoln Scholarship ( 1876). Residuary bequest of Miss Levina 
Hoar. Preference for needy and worthy students from Lincoln, 
Mass. If there are no such applicants, the income is assigned to 
the College Admission and Scholarship Committee for award to 
undergraduates. 

Charles R. Lowell and Anna L. Lowell Scholarship (1949). 
Residuary bequest of Anna L. (Mrs. Henry E.) Woodbury for 
the establishment of two scholarships, to be known as "The 
Charles R. Lowell and Anna L. Lowell Scholarship" and "The 
James J. Lowell and Anna L. Woodbury Scholarship" for 
"worthy, deserving and indigent young men who may be shown 
to be unable to pay their tuition." Available for award in any de- 
partment of the University. Income assigned to the College 
Admission and Scholarship Committee. 

James J. Lowell and Anna L. Woodbury Scholarship (1949). 
Residuary bequest of Anna L. (Mrs. Henry E.) Woodbury, see 
above. Income assigned to the College Admission and Scholarship 
Committee. 

Frances E. Markoe Residuary Bequest (1944). Residuary 
bequest of Frances E. (Mrs. Harry) Markoe for the establishment 
of scholarships for students in any department of the University. 

*Alwin M. Pappenhelmer '99 Fund (1957). Bequest of Beatrice 
L. (Mrs. Alwin M.) Pappenheimer, in memory of her husband; 
"the income therefrom to be used for any kind of financial assist- 
ance, whether for tuition, books, necessary maintenance and sup- 
port or otherwise, to graduate students in the College or in any 
graduate school of the University, suggesting, but not binding the 
President and Fellows of Harvard College hereby, that the said 
income be preferably used for the benefit of such graduate stu- 
dents in the fields of medicine or music." The income is allocated 
equally between the Medical School and Graduate School of Arts 

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and Sciences. Awards made by the scholarship committees of those 
schools. 

John Parker Bequest (1873). Bequest of John Parker for fel- 
lowships to further the scientific education either abroad or in 
the United States (including Harvard University) of exceptionally 
talented graduate students devoting themselves to the study of 
one of the natural sciences. Not open to competition by under- 
graduates, including graduating seniors, in the College. Candi- 
dates from the following areas are considered: Divisions of Engi- 
neering and Applied Physics (if candidate's field is concerned 
with a natural science), Geological Sciences and Medical Sciences; 
Departments of Astronomy, Biology, Chemistry and Physics. 
Recommendations for Parker Fellowships are made on behalf of 
students by the Chairmen of the Divisions and Departments listed 
above. In addition, at least two letters of recommendation from 
the student's instructors, and a somewhat detailed statement of 
purpose written by the candidate, must be submitted on his behalf. 
All material is then forwarded to the General Scholarship Com- 
mittee Office, 906 Holyoke Center, Cambridge, before January 
10. 

*Frederick E. Parlin Fund (1928). Bequest of Albert Norton 
Parlin. For needy and worthy students in any department of the 
University, preference to be given to natives of A4alden or Everett, 
Aaass. Evidence that applicant is a native of either Maiden or 
Everett should accompany application of student seeking to 
establish preferential claim. 

* William Pennoyer Bequest (1670). Bequest of William Pen- 
noyer of England, for two fellows and two scholars; one prefer- 
ably to be a descendant of Robert Pennoyer (a brother of Wil- 
liam) and the other . . . [from] . . . New Haven [Colony]. 
Preference to be given to undergraduate descendants. Pen- 
noyer descendants in the graduate schools may apply for the 
Pennoyer Scholarship by filing such application directly with 
the College Admission and Scholarship Committee. Certified 
genealogical records required to establish claim. 

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*Aristides Evangelus Phoutrides Memorial (1925). Gift of 
friends of Aristides Evangelus Phoutrides, A.B. 191 1, Ph.D. 191 5, 
to provide a scholarship in his memory for a student of Greek 
birth or of Greek parentage in any department of the University. 
Documentary evidence of Greek birth or parentage required of 
applicants. 

*Princeton Fellowship (19 10). Gift of Cleveland H. Dodge. 
To be awarded to a graduate of Princeton University, for his 
first year of study only, in one of the graduate departments of 
Harvard University. 

*Leon W. Redpath Scholarship (1938). Bequest of Eliza 
Allen (Mrs. Ellis W.) Redpath in memory of her son Leon W. 
Redpath, A.B. 1898. For deserving students from the State of 
Ohio, registered in any department of the University, with prefer- 
ence to residents of Stark and Tuscarawas Counties. 

*Franklin Reynolds Fund (1925). Residuary bequest of John 
F. Reynolds. For students in any department of Harvard Uni- 
versity and Radcliffe College who are natives of Marblehead, 
Mass. Application should be accompanied by evidence that appli- 
cant is a native of Marblehead. 

* James A. Rumrill Scholarships (1909). Gift of Anna 
Chapin (Airs. James A.) Rumrill in memory of her husband 
James Augustus Rumrill, A.B. 1859, to establish three scholarships, 
two of which are available to graduates of secondary schools in 
Virginia, North and South Carolina, Florida, Georgia, Tennessee 
and Kentucky, for their first year of residence as undergraduates 
in Harvard College. The third scholarship is for a graduate of a 
college or university in any of the above-named states for study 
in his first year of residence in any graduate department of Har- 
vard University. These scholarships are not renewable. In the 
absence of properly qualified candidates from the above-named 
states, the scholarships may be thrown into general competition, 
as two undergraduate scholarships and one graduate scholarship. 
Entering students in the College apply to the College Admission 

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and Scholarship Committee; entering students in the graduate 
departments apply through the Deans' Offices of their Schools. 

Arthur Sachs Scholarship and Financial Aid Fund (1958). 
Gift of Arthur Sachs, Class of 1901, of Paris. "To make an en- 
during contribution to the relations between the two countries 
(the United States and France), by enabling an increasing number 
of the most deserving and able students in France to study in the 
United States." The income of this fund will "provide financial 
assistance for French students enrolled or to be enrolled" in 
Harvard University. Nominations are made by the Sachs Scholar- 
ship Committee in Paris. Inquiries from French students should be 
addressed to Cultural Attache, United States Information Service, 
4 avenue Gabriel, Paris 8 e , France. 

•Peter Brooks Saltonstall '43 Memorial (1947). Gift of the 
family of Peter Brooks Saltonstall, 1943, who was killed in action 
on the Island of Guam on August 13, 1944. Peter B. Saltonstall 
was the son of Leverett Saltonstall, A.B. 19 14, LL.B. 191 7, United 
States Senator from Massachusetts and formerly Governor of 
Massachusetts. To further the education, the health and welfare 
of the peoples inhabiting the Hawaiian Islands and those islands 
west of Hawaii, including New Zealand, the Fiji Islands and Aus- 
tralia and also Japan, South Korea, Hong Kong, Formosa, the 
Philippine Islands, Vietnam, the East Indies, Indonesian Islands, 
Sumatra and Thailand. The first preference is that the income of 
this fund be used for scholarships or fellowships to assist worthy 
students from the above-named Pacific regions to gain a better 
education at Harvard University. The stipend shall be set to 
supplement the holder's income sufficiently to defray all his basic 
expenses of tuition, board and room, and in certain instances some 
travel allowance may be included. Students may apply directly to 
Harvard or through the Institute of International Education, 800 
Second Avenue, New York, New York 10017, before December 1. 
Students already enrolled at Harvard should apply through their 
Schools. 

In the event that no suitable candidate for the scholarship ap- 

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pears, the unexpended income and its accumulation shall be avail- 
able for the support of research to better the living conditions or 
the general well-being of the peoples in the Pacific region de- 
scribed above, such research grants to be made by vote of the 
Corporation on the recommendation of the Dean of the Faculty 
of Arts and Sciences. 

Charles N. Shaw Fund (i960). Bequest of Charles Nason 
Shaw. For the support of needy and deserving students in any 
department of the University. 

Frederick Sheldon Fund (1909). Residuary bequest of Amev 
Richmond (Mrs. Frederick) Sheldon, in memory of her husband. 
The income of this Fund is "to be applied ... to the further 
education of students of promise and standing in the University 
by providing them with facilities for further education by travel 
after graduation or by establishing travelling scholarships." 

Every holder of a Sheldon Fellowship, or Sheldon Prize Fellow- 
ship, must be a member of the University at the time of his 
appointment and must hold a Harvard degree, or be a candidate 
for a degree in June of the year of appointment. 

Procedure for graduate students. Recommendations for Shel- 
don Fellowships are made on behalf of students by the Deans or 
Chairmen of the Departments in which the student is registered. 
In addition, at least two letters of recommendation from the 
student's instructors, and a somewhat detailed statement of pur- 
pose written by the candidate, must be submitted on his behalf. 
All material is then forwarded to the General Scholarship Com- 
mittee Office, 906 Holyoke Center, Cambridge, Massachusetts 
02138, before December 1. Holders may enroll at universities in 
this country — outside Harvard University — or abroad, for pur- 
poses of formal study or research, or they may engage in travel, 
or they may combine travel and study. 

*Ernest Frederick Slater Scholarship (1955). Bequest of 
Ernest F. Slater. The income to be awarded as scholarships in any 
department of the University to deserving (financially or other- 
wise) young men who are residents of (a) the City of Orange- 

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burg, South Carolina; (b) the State of South Carolina; preference 
to be given to descendants by birth or adoption of Edward 
Frederick Slater, father of the donor, regardless of their residence. 
Not open to students in their first year at the University. 

*Charles H. Smith Bequest (1947). Residuary bequest of 
Charles H. Smith. For awards to students in any department of 
the University according to the following order of preference: 

1. a. Graduates of public high schools in Providence, Rhode 

Island, who are of scholarship rank, 
b. Graduates of public high schools in Providence, Rhode 
Island, who are below scholarship rank but who are con- 
sidered eligible for financial aid. 

2. Graduates of other (non-public) secondary schools in Provi- 
dence, Rhode Island, who are of scholarship rank. 

3. Any residents of Rhode Island not indicated above who are of 
scholarship rank. 

Charles Harold Stanton Scholarship (1963). Bequest of 
Katharine Stanton "the income only to be used to provide a 
scholarship in memory of my nephew." 

* William Stoughton Bequest (1701). Bequest of Lieutenant 
Governor William Stoughton, A.B. 1650. For awards to students 
in any department of the University according to the following 
order of preference: (a) Residents of Dorchester or Mattapan, 
Mass.; (b) Residents of Milton, Mass.; (c) Any needy and de- 
serving students. 

John E. Thayer Scholarships (1857). Bequest of John E. 
Thayer, the income to be paid "to the ten most meritorious schol- 
ars in Harvard University in Cambridge every year . . . the in- 
come shall only be paid to such meritorious scholars as who may 
actually need the same." 

* Augustus Clifford Tower Fellowship Fund (1927). Gift of 
Louise G. (Mrs. Augustus Clifford) Tower for two fellowships 
to be awarded annually to: 

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i . A graduate of Harvard College, who may be either a graduating 
senior or a student enrolled in one of the graduate departments 
of the University, for study in a French university, preference 
to be given to a student of Anglo-Saxon descent. Graduating 
seniors should consult their Department Chairmen, House 
Masters, or Senior Tutors with regard to the application pro- 
cedure. Graduate students should consult their Deans or De- 
partment Chairmen. Nomination, on the basis of application 
material and interview, is made by a special selection com- 
mittee to the Committee on General Scholarships. 

2. A French student for study in any graduate department of 
Harvard University. French students should apply through 
the Directeur, Ecole Normale Superieure, 45 rue d'Ulm, Paris 
5 e , France, early in January. 

In addition to the above fellowships, a sum from the Tower Fund 
is set aside annually for a travel grant to either a graduating senior 
or a student enrolled in one of the graduate departments of the 
University, who is nominated by a special selection committee 
to attend the Ecole Normale Superieure in Paris, on a fellowship 
provided by the French Government. Candidates should be 
United States citizens. For application procedure see paragraph 
1 above. 

University General Scholarship Fund (1951). Established by 
the President and Fellows of Harvard College. For scholarships 
to students in any School or department of Harvard University. 

*Thomas E. Upham Class of 1868 Fund (1939). Bequest of 
Marcella B. Upham. May be granted annually to worthy grad- 
uates of Harvard College in any department of the University 
who are "preparing to serve our country in public offices of trust 
and responsibility in the gift of the people, students of American 
parentage descended from the early settlers to be chosen in pref- 
erence to others, provided they are equally worthy of assistance." 

Variell Scholarship (1961). Bequest of Katharine S. Variell 

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in memory of Montfort Schley Variell, the income to be used for 
music students particularly interested in the piano. Awards are 
made upon the recommendation of the Chairman of the Music 
Department and not upon application. 

•Anna Vaughn Foundation (1935). Residuary bequest of John 
Vaughn, A.B. 1879. For "meritorious students of Harvard Uni- 
versity who are pursuing studies in any biological science." 

Emanuel L. Vervekr Bequest (1963). Bequest of Emanuel 
L. Verveer, S.B. 1898, "the income only to be used to aid finan- 
cially deserving students, irrespective of race, creed or color." 

•Helen E. Vickery Scholarship Fund (1966). Residuary 
bequest of Helen E. Vickery to establish a scholarship fund "to 
assist worthy students, with a preference to be given to students 
from Fitchburg, Massachusetts.' 1 

Sarah L. Viehmann Scholarship (1936). Gift of Henry Blue- 
stone, A.B. 1906, in memory of his mother, Sarah L. Viehmann. 
For deserving students in the College or graduate departments of 
the University. 

The Benjamin Weaver Fund (1961). Residuary bequest of 
Wealthy M. Weaver in memory of her son Benjamin Weaver, 
A.B. 1889, the income to be used for scholarships to students in 
any department of the University. 

•Jens Aubrey Westengard Fund (1954). Bequest of Rebecca 
Aubrey Westengard. "The income is to be applied ... to the 
further education of students of promise and standing in any de- 
partment of the University by providing them with facilities for 
further education in Europe, Britain, or South America, by travel 
or study, or to the further education of students of promise and 
standing in any of those countries, by providing them with facili- 
ties for further education by travel and study in this country, 
preferably by study in some department of Harvard University." 
Students enrolled in, or expecting to enroll in, the Law School 
should ordinarily apply for the Jens Iverson Westengard Fund 
administered by that School. 

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James K. Whittemore Fund (1963). Residuary Bequest of 
Francis Lee Whittemore "the income only is to be used to provide 
one or more scholarships in Mathematics for undergraduates in 
Harvard College and students in the Graduate School of Arts 
and Sciences." One third of the income is to be used for scholar- 
ships to undergraduates and two thirds of the income is to be 
used for scholarships in the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences. 
Awards are made upon recommendation of the Chairman of the 
Mathematics Department and not upon application. 

*iqo2 World War Memorial Scholarship (1923). Gift of the 
Class of 1902 in memory of their classmates, Andre Cheronnet- 
Champollion, Edward Ball Cole and Elbert Walker Shirk, and to 
be awarded by preference to: (1) deserving sons of 1902 men 
killed in World War I; (2) deserving descendants of members of 
the Class of 1902. Open to students in any department of the Uni- 
versity, with preference to undergraduates. If no awards are 
made to preferential candidates, the income shall be assigned to 
the College Admission and Scholarship Committee. 

*Jeffries Wyman Scholarships (1924). Bequest of Mary Wv- 
man Davis in the name of Susan Wvman and Mary Wyman Davis. 
For one or more students in any graduate department of the Uni- 
versity "who may have given promise of success in some branch 
of Biological Research," preference to be given to students of 
anatomy. Nominations are made before March 1 to the Commit- 
tee on General Scholarships by a committee consisting of the 
Hersey Professor of Anatomy, the James Stillman Professor of 
Comparative Anatomy and the Director of the Museum of Com- 
parative Zoology. 

LOAN FUNDS 

Ample loan funds are available for students in need of financial 
assistance. 

Loans are usually made to meet term bills; cash is provided 
rarely. Short-term loans, for a period of less than six months, are 

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available under special circumstances. In emergencies, loans may 
be made at any time. 

Loans are available for students from Medical School funds as 
well as from funds allocated to the School under the Health Pro- 
fessions Educational Assistance Act. To provide for simplicity 
of administration, the interest and terms of repayment are the 
same on all loans regardless of source. 

Loans made after January i, 1965, shall bear no interest until 
the July 1 three years after the borrower's graduation from the 
School. Thereafter, loans shall bear interest at the "going Federal 
rate" in effect at the time the first loan was obtained. For the 
fiscal year, 1965-66, the rate was set at 4^4 per cent. For the 
fiscal year 1966-67 the rate has been set at 4% per cent. Any 
subsequent change in the rate will be announced annually on or 
before July 1. 

The principal and interest are to be repaid over the ten year 
period that begins three years after graduation from the School. 
The period of payment may be deferred for three years of military 
service and/or three years in the Peace Corps. 

Payment may be made in equal or graduated installments with 
the right of the borrower to accelerate payments. 

If the student borrower leaves the School prior to graduation, 
the interest on his loan shall begin to accrue on the date of his 
separation from the School. 

Applications for loans should be made to the Chairman of the 
Committee on Financial Aid. 

Medical School 

Frank W. and Carl S. Adams Memorial Loan Fund (1955). 
Established by the Charles E. and Caroline J. Adams Trust as a 
revolving loan fund. 

Dexter Fund (1963). An anonymous gift to provide loans 
for any qualified student engaged in studies under the academic 
jurisdiction of the Faculty of Medicine. 

David L. Edsall Revolving Loan Fund (1928). Dr. Frederick 

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C. Shattuck established this fund by gift of $100,000 to be used 
as a revolving loan fund. 

Charles William Eliot Loan Fund (1924). Given anony- 
mously in honor of President Eliot. Principal and interest to be 
used for loans to students in the Medical School. 

Harvard Medical School Loan (1954). 

Harvard War Loan (1920). 

Health Professions Student Loan Fund. Department of 
Health, Education and Welfare (Public Health Service) under 
the Health Professions Educational Assistance Act. 

Harriet P. Keith Loan (1921). 

George B. and Louise Kerper Fund (1956). Established bv 
Edmund Kerper as a revolving loan fund in memory of George 
B. and Louise Kerper. 

George W. Merck Memorial Fund (1959). Established by 
the Merck Company Foundation as a revolving loan fund to 
assist fourth year students in financing their internships. 

Francis I. Proctor Aid Fund (1942). 

James Henry Rand Fund (1962). Public Health Foundation 
for Cancer and Blood Pressure Research, Inc. To provide schol- 
arships, loans, or other kinds of beneficial aid for any student who 
has received his M.D. degree at the Harvard Medical School. 

School of Dental Medicine 

Loan funds are available to all students who show suitable need 
and whose other financial obligations do not make it improbable 
that a loan will be repaid. Terms of loans are identical with 
terms for Medical School loans. 

American Dental Association — Fund for Dental Educa- 
tion Dental Student Loan Fund (1962). Gift of the Fund for 
Dental Education, Inc. 

The Christian Soldier Fund (1925). Established by Miss 

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Caroline F. Anderson for promising dental students. The loan 
carries no interest but the recipient must sign a note obligating 
him to repay the loan not later than five years from the date of 
the note. 

Dental Alumni Loan Fund (1927). Established and main- 
tained by the Dental Alumni Association for financial aid to 
worthy students. 

Lucinda Davis Fernald Fund (1936). A small fund, the gift 
of Adelbert Fernald, D.M.D. 1896, to be loaned to deserving New 
England-born students of good character. 

Health Professions Student Loan Fund. Department of 
Health, Education and Welfare (Public Health Service) under 
the Health Professions Educational Assistance Act. 

International College of Dentists Student Loan Fund 
(1962). The gift of the International College of Dentists for a 
revolving loan fund available only to senior students. 

Robert T. Moffatt Fund (1925). A small fund from various 
contributors in memory of Robert T. Moffatt, D.M.D. 1895, 
for the benefit of needy and deserving students. 

School of Dental Medicine Revolving Loan Fund (1952). 
Recognizing the need for student loan money in the School, the 
President and Fellows of Harvard College authorized an appro- 
priation to establish this fund. 

School of Dental Medicine Loan Fund (1953). An appro- 
priation from the School's funds to establish additional loan 
money for needy students. 

Beneficiary and Loan Funds Available in Other 

Departments of the University as well as in the 

Medical School and School of Dental Medicine 

Beneficiary Funds 

*Charles William Eliot Fund (1926). Established by the 
alumni in honor of Charles William Eliot on the occasion of Mr. 

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Eliot's resignation as President and in recognition of his forty 
years of service. The income is to be divided between (a) grants 
of aid to descendants in the direct line of Mr. Eliot who need 
financial assistance and who are enrolled in any department of 
the University or in RadclifFe College, and (b) the support of in- 
struction and research in Landscape Architecture. 

*Calvin and Lucy Ellis Aid (1899). Bequest of Calvin Ellis, 
A.B. 1846, M.D. 1849, supplemented by a residuary bequest un- 
der the will of his sister, Miss Lucy Ellis. To pay the fees of tui- 
tion and instruction, the cost of text-books, room-rent and rea- 
sonable board, of such descendants of David Ellis and Beulah 
Newell, formerly of Dedham, Mass. and John Ellis and Hannah 
Ellis, formerly of Walpole, Mass., as may be students in any de- 
partment of Harvard University. Birth certificate and proof of 
descent from Ellis family required. 

Harrison-Darling-Jenks Memorial Fund (1935). Bequest of 
Miss Laura Darling Jenks. For aiding students in attaining an edu- 
cation at Harvard University. Income assigned to the College 
Admission and Scholarship Committee. 

Loan Funds 

The following Loan Funds are to be used for students in any 
department of the University. Students apply through their own 
Deans. Loans are made according to the terms ordinarily applied 
by the individual Schools. Applications mav be obtained from the 
several Deans' Offices or from the General Scholarship Office, 906 
Holyoke Center, Cambridge. 

*John W. Appel Loan Fund (1919). Restricted to descendants 
of John W. Appel of Lancaster, Pennsylvania, or their appointees. 

Frank Gaylord Cook Loan Fund (1951). 



*David L. Krupsaw Revolving Loan Fund (i960). Preference 

D.( 

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HARVARD MEDICAL SCHOOL 

*The Harvard Club of Washington, D.C., Loan Fund (1957). 
Preference for students resident in the Washington, D.C. area. 

Morris Morgenstern Student Loan Fund (1959). 

•New Century Club of Boston Loan Fund (1926). Preferably 
for men pursuing courses of study in Hebraic literature, culture 
and philosophy. 

Jessie Smith Noyes Foundation, Inc. Loan Fund (i960). To 
establish a revolving loan fund. 

Nelson Robinson, Jr. Loan Fund (1941). 

James G. Rodger Loan Fund (1883). 

Williams Fund (1942). 

PRIZES 

Medical School 

Isaac Adler (1934). Frida Adler. To be awarded once in three 
years for the best piece of original research within that period in 
the United States or Canada on any subject within the medical 
or allied sciences. 

Borden Undergraduate Research Award. Awarded to a 
member of the graduating class who, during any year while 
enrolled in the School, has carried out undergraduate research 
having originality and thoroughness. 

Harvard Medical Alumni Association Prize. To be awarded 
each year to the Permanent President of the Graduating Class. 
It has three purposes: to extend a greeting from the old Alumni 
to the new, to accord respect to the graduating class by honoring 
its chosen leader, to select for honor a man with whom long and 
cordial association is confidently anticipated. 

Henry Asbury Christian (1937). Dr. Samuel A. Levine. To 
be awarded annually on or about the seventeenth of February, 
which is Dr. Christian's birthday, to the student in the Fourth 
Year Class who has displayed diligence and notable scholarship 
in his studies and offers promise for the future. 

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LECTURESHIPS 

Leon Reznick Memorial Prize (1958). To be awarded to a 
fourth year student who has shown excellence and accomplish- 
ment in research conducted during his period of study at the 
Harvard Medical School. Candidates for the award must submit 
a typewritten paper to the Dean's Office by April 1 . 

James Tolbert Shipley Prize (1952). Harriet S. Parker. 
Awarded as a prize for research carried out by a medical student, 
the results of which have been published or accepted for pub- 
lication. Candidates for the award must submit papers to the 
Dean's Office by April 1. 

Soma Weiss Award. Awarded each year at the Undergraduate 
Assembly (see page 95). 

School of Dental Medicine 
Harvard Dental Alumni Medals (1953). The Harvard Den- 
tal Alumni Association awards its gold and silver medals annually 
for all-around scholastic excellence. 

Harvard Odontological Society (1949). The Harvard Odon- 
tological Society each year presents a Certificate of Merit to the 
best Senior Seminar Essayist of that year. This senior is selected 
by the Awards Committee of the School of Dental Medicine. 

Dr. Grace Milliken (1950). An award given annually when 
practicable, but at least once in three years, for an outstanding 
essay on the general subject of dental health. 

LECTURESHIPS 

John Adams Lectureship on Dermatology. The income of 
the fund to be expended in support of one or more lectures in 
dermatology in any given academic year. 

The Edward K. Dunham Lectures for the promotion of the 
medical sciences have been given annually since 1923 by eminent 
investigators and teachers in one of the branches of the medical 

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sciences or of the basic sciences which contribute toward the ad- 
vance of medical science in the broadest sense. The lectures are 
open to the Faculty and students of the Harvard Medical School 
and College and all other interested professional persons. The 
lectures are given under the fund established for that purpose by 
Alary Dows Dunham in memory of her husband, Dr. Edward K. 
Dunham. 

Laurence B. Ellis Lecture. Established by the students, asso- 
ciates, and friends of Dr. Ellis. To invite annually a visiting 
lecturer of distinction in the general field of cardiovascular 
physiology and disease to visit the Harvard Medical Unit at 
Boston City Hospital and to give a lecture during this visit to 
be open to the public. 

The George W. Gay Lectures upon Medical Ethics are 
given annually at the Harvard Medical School. The fund for the 
establishment of these lectures was given in 19 17 by Dr. George 
W. Gay. 

The J. Howard Mueller Lectures are given annually at the 
Harvard Medical School. The fund for the establishment of 
these lectures was established in 1958 to honor the late J. Howard 
Mueller, Charles Wilder Professor of Bacteriology and Im- 
munology. 

The Alpha Omega Lecturer is to be nominated each year 
by the Alpha Omega Alpha Society. The honorarium and expenses 
of the lectureship to be supported from the fund established by 
the Society in 1952. 

The Hanxs Sachs Lectures in the field of Freudian psycho- 
analysis are supported by a gift in memory of Dr. Sachs. One or 
more may be given in any year. 

The Dr. Andrew Yeomans Lectureship Fund has been estab- 
lished by members of the Class of 1934 and the Class of 1935 
and friends in memory of Dr. Yeomans. Lectures are to be given 
annually and the lecturer will be chosen from young clinicians 

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RESEARCH FUNDS 

in the fields of clinical research by a committee named by the 
donors. 



THE CANCER COMMISSION OF 
HARVARD UNIVERSITY 

Under the will of the late Mrs. Caroline Brewer Croft a sum 
of money was received in 1899 for the investigation of the cause 
and treatment of cancer. Since that time other sums have been 
contributed for cancer research and the Cancer Commission of 
Harvard University has been organized. 

The Commission supports the Huntington Hospital beds, out- 
patient department, and cancer research laboratories at the 
Massachusetts General Hospital. It provides a service for path- 
ological diagnosis of tumor tissue for the State of Massachusetts. 
This service was transferred in 195. 1 from the buildings of the 
Harvard Aledical School to the Cancer Research Institute of the 
New England Deaconess Hospital. The service is carried on in 
part in a special laboratory at the Lemuel Shattuck Hospital, in 
part in laboratories at the Cancer Research Institute of the New 
England Deaconess Hospital. 

The functions of the Cancer Commission are exercised by the 
Committee on Research and Development which is made up of 
the following members: Nathan Marsh Pusey, Chairman; Harvey 
Brooks, Robert Higgins Ebert, Franklin Lewis Ford, Rov Orval 
Greep, James Robbins Reynolds, Theodore Ryland Sizer, John 
Crayton Snyder, Lewis Gard Wiggins, Henry Coe Meadow, 
Executive Secretary. 



RESEARCH FUNDS 

Application for support of investigations falling within the 
scope of any of the following research funds should be sent to 
the Chairman of the Committee or to the Dean. 

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Rear Admiral W. L. Capps Fund 

In 1949 a bequest was received from Edna Ward Capps to be 
known as the Rear Admiral W. L. Capps Fund, the income from 
which, under certain circumstances, to be used broadly for the 
cure and treatment of persons afflicted with diabetes. George W. 
Thorn, M.D., is Chairman of the Committee administering the 
income from this fund. 



Proctor Fund 

A bequest of fifty thousand dollars by Ellen Osborne Proctor, 
for the purpose of promoting the study of chronic diseases, 
subsequently has been increased by an additional fifty thousand 
dollars from another member of the Proctor family. The income 
of this fund is to be devoted to investigations into the nature and 
treatment of chronic diseases and the care of persons afflicted with 
these diseases while in hospitals for such investigations. Arthur 
T. Hertig, M.D., is Chairman of the Committee administering the 
income from this fund. 

William W. Wellington Fund 

In 1925 a bequest was received from William H. Wellington 
to establish the "William W. Wellington Memorial Research 
Fund." The income of this fund is to be applied for research 
concerning the etiology and therapeutics of the diseases of man. 
Arthur T. Hertig, M.D., is Chairman of the Committee administer- 
ing the income from this fund. 



OPPORTUNITIES FOR RESEARCH 

The laboratories of the Medical School and its associated hospi- 
tals provide exceptionally rich opportunities for each medical 
student who wishes to participate in a research program in the 
field of his special interest. The wide variety of investigations 
underway in basic and clinical sciences assures each student of the 

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PLAN OF INSTRUCTION 

facilities to learn special techniques and to pursue an investigation 
of his choice. 

Each medical student is encouraged to devote some of the free 
time during the school year and the summer months to a research 
program. Exceptional students may be permitted to withdraw 
from medical school for a year to devote full time to research. 
Anv student in good academic standing who has shown prom- 
ise in research may devote the entire Elective Period to research 
at the discretion of the Administrative Board. A considerable 
number of fellowships are available for the support of students 
engaged in summer and part-time research. 

Any student interested in undertaking research is urged to dis- 
cuss his program with the Associate Dean for Student Affairs or 
one of the Honors Tutors. 



THE UNDERGRADUATE ASSEMBLY 

The Undergraduate Assembly, held late in the spring of each 
year under student auspices, provides an opportunity for students 
from all classes to present formally the results of their investiga- 
tions to the students and Faculty of the Medical School. The 
Soma Weiss Award is made at this meeting. 



GENERAL PLAN OF INSTRUCTION 

On the following pages will be found a brief description of the 
plan of instruction for the four years of Medical School, followed 
by a statement of the general plan of instruction offered by each 
Department. A diagrammatic summary of the medical curriculum 
will be found on pages 102 and 103. 

General Plan of the First Two Years 

In general, during the first semester of each of the first two 
years, individual departments introduce selected material charac- 

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teristic of their particular disciplines. In the second semester of 
each year, the departments collaborate in the presentation of a 
unified approach to various problems of human biology. 

In the first year, the first semester is devoted to a study of 
histology, cytology and developmental anatomy, and to the fun- 
damentals of physiology and biological chemistry. Gross human 
anatomy is presented in the second semester together with a 
course in neurosciences and an area of interdepartmental teaching 
dealing with the histology, physiology and biochemistry of the 
gastrointestinal tract and endocrine glands. Three additional 
courses complete the material of the first year. Voluntary clinics 
offered on Saturday mornings throughout the first year are in- 
tended to illustrate the application of the basic medical sciences 
to understanding of disease in man. In the second semester there 
is a brief series of lectures introducing certain aspects of normal 
psychological growth and development. The students also take 
a course either in basic biostatistics or more advanced biomathe- 
matics depending upon their previous preparation. 

In the first semester of the second year, the Departments of 
Bacteriology, Pathology and Pharmacology offer courses in their 
respective disciplines. A number of correlated interdepartmental 
exercises are also included. The last portion of the semester 
is devoted to chemotherapy taught jointly by the Departments 
of Bacteriology and Pharmacology. 

During the second semester a correlated program in pathologic 
physiology is given. Mechanisms of disease are presented in a 
unified course by members of the Departments of Medicine, Neu- 
rology, Obstetrics and Gynecology, Pathology, Pediatrics, Phar- 
macology, Preventive Aiedicine, Psychiatry, Radiology, Surgery, 
and Tropical Public Health. In addition, practical instruction in 
the taking of case histories and physical examinations is given on 
the wards and in the outpatient departments of the hospitals at 
which there are Harvard teaching units. 

During the second year, in addition to instruction in certain 
aspects of genetics, a series of lectures develops further concepts 
of individual psychologic functioning. Emphasis now shifts to 

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PLAN OF INSTRUCTION 



the nature and genesis of abnormal psychological mechanisms 
which result from both social and physical factors and are mani- 
fested in symptoms and behavioral disturbances. 



General Plan of the Third and Fourth Years 

The instruction in the third and fourth years is carried on at 
the teaching hospitals affiliated with the A4edical School. It is 
designed to teach the student to apply the principles of normal 
and abnormal human biology, acquired in the first two years, to 
the diagnosis and treatment of disease. 

The program of instruction is divided into three parts which 
form a continuum extending from September of the third year 
to the end of May of the fourth year. Periods of vacation, the 
longest three weeks, are interspersed at intervals. 

The first part consists of a three month course called the Intro- 
duction to the Clinic, the aim of which is to bring the student to 
a higher level of clinical competence than is possible to achieve 
in the second semester of the second year. Each student is as- 
signed to one of four general hospital areas — Beth Israel Hos- 
pital, Boston City Hospital, /Massachusetts General Hospital, and 
Peter Bent Brigham Hospital — for theoretical and practical in- 
struction in the evaluation of patients. Time is approximately 
evenly divided between medicine, surgery, and the various med- 
ical specialities. This phase of the instruction is conducted six 
mornings and one afternoon each week in small groups on the 
wards and in the outpatient departments. Two other afternoons 
each week are devoted to a course in aseptic technique and special 
lectures and exercises covering a variety of topics. 

The second part of the program, consisting entirely 7 of clinical 
clerkships, is called the Principal Clinical Year. This year is 
divided into four twelve-week periods as follows: one twelve- 
week period is devoted to Medicine; another to Surgery; one is 
divided equally between Pediatrics (six weeks) and Obstetrics 
and Gynecology (six weeks); while the fourth is divided into 
four three-week sections devoted respectively to Psychiatry, 

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Neurology, Orthopedics, and the three specialities of Dermatol- 
ogy, Ophthalmology, and Otolaryngology. 

The third and final part, comprising the last five months of the 
four years of instruction, is given over to elective programs. 
From the wide variety of elective courses and other instructional 
opportunities offered by the several departments of the Medical 
School, each student, with the aid of a faculty advisor, is expected 
to select a program of work which will allow him to explore 
some area of interest to him. Generally, elective courses are of 
two types: "block" courses, lasting one or more months, which 
presuppose that the student will devote the major portion of his 
time to the course, and "longitudinal" courses meeting for one to 
three hours, one to three times per week, for varying numbers of 
weeks. While ordinarily instruction during the elective period 
is confined to the Medical School and its affiliated hospitals, rele- 
vant courses in other parts of the University and at other institu- 
tions, in this country and abroad, may be included. 

The Tutorial Program and Student Research 
The Tutorial Program was established in 1923 to foster student 
interest and participation in research. In 1957 it was expanded 
to provide each entering student with a tutor for his first year. 
Some twenty-five Tutors in Medical Sciences are appointed 
annually to enable first year students to meet informally in groups 
of five with a tutor. These weekly meetings are intended to 
assist the student in organizing and correlating his knowledge and 
to point out the implications and applications of the knowledge of 
basic science gained in the formal courses to clinical medicine and 
to research. These are not intended to be review sessions or to 
prepare students for examinations in the formal courses, but to 
develop better understanding of the medical sciences as a whole 
and of medicine as an art and profession. In addition the ex- 
panded Tutorial System provides an opportunity for each stu- 
dent during his first year to become well acquainted with some 
member of the Faculty to whom he may turn for advice in 
planning his medical career and in other matters. 

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PLAN OF INSTRUCTION 

In 1964 the program was further expanded to provide each 
third year student with a faculty advisor to assist him in the design 
of a program of study for his Elective Period at the end of the 
fourth year. 

The Honors Tutorial Program of the second, third and fourth 
years is designed primarily to aid students who wish to under- 
take original research in one of the medical sciences during their 
medical school careers. Students doing research, or planning to 
do research, are assigned to the appropriate Tutor for guidance. 
Each of these Tutors has special competence in one of the medical 
sciences and meets with students individually or in small groups 
to assist them in deciding on a field of research or in formulating a 
specific research problem. The Tutors may also organize sem- 
inars and symposia to review some aspect of the field of special 
interest. They also help the student by placing him with the 
member of the Faculty whose research interests are in his field 
and who is best suited to guide his research. 

Students may devote free time during the school year and the 
summer months to this research problem. Fellowships are avail- 
able for the financial support of student research both during the 
summer months and during the school year. Students also have 
the opportunity to withdraw from medical school for a year to 
pursue a research problem. (See section on "Opportunities for 
Research" page 94). The results of the research may be presented 
as a thesis at the end of the fouth year in support of the student's 
candidacy for the medical degree with Honors in a Special Field. 



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ANNOUNCEMENT OF COURSES 

Department of Anatomy 

Don W. Fawcett, M.D., Hersey Professor of Anatomy, James 
Stillman Professor of Comparative Anatomy, Head of the 
Department, and Curator of the Warren Anatomical Mu- 
seum. 

Roy O. Greep, Ph.D., A.M. (hon.), S.D. (hon.), Professor of 
Anatomy in the School of Dental Medicine. 

Sanfokd L. Palay, M.D., A.M. (hon.), Bullard Professor of 
Neuroanatomy. 

Edward A. Edwards, M.D., Associate Clinical Professor of Anat- 
omy. 

Elizabeth D. Hay, M.D., A.M. (hon.), Louise Foote PfeirTer 
Associate Professor of Embryology. 

Jean-Paul Revel, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Anatomy. 

S. James Adelstein, M.D., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Anatomv 
and Philip H. Cook Fellow in Radiology. 

Jay B. Angevine, Jr., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Anatomv. 

Susumu Ito, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Anatomy. 

Charles P. Lyman, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Anatomy (part 
time). 

Willard D. Roth, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Anatomy. 

George Szabo, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Anatomy in the 
Department of Dermatology. 

Richard E. Coggeshall, ALD., Associate in Anatomy. 

Donald K. Morest, M.D., Associate in Anatomy. 

Sergei P. Sorokin, M.D., Associate in Anatomy, and Tutor in 
Anatomy. 

Elias E. Manuelidis, M.D., AM. (hon.), Visiting Lecturer on 
Neuroanatomy (from September i, 1966). 

George Paff, Ph.D., Visiting Lecturer on Anatomy (from 
January 1, 1967). 

David W. Hamilton, Ph.D., Instructor in Anatomy. 

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ANATOMY 

Albert L. Jones, ALD., Instructor in Anatomy. 

Elizabeth Taber-Pierce, Ph.D., Instructor in Anatomy. 

Merrill K. Wolf, M.D., Instructor in Anatomy. 

David E. Wolfe, M.D., Instructor in Anatomy. 

William B. Warr, Ph.D., Assistant in Neuroanatomy (from 
January i, 1967). 

Ita R. K. Abramof, Ph.D., Research Fellow in Anatomy. 

Augustin Aoki, M.D., Research Fellow in Anatomy (through 
August 31, 1966). 

James D. Deck, Ph.D., Research Fellow in Anatomy (through 
August 31, 1966). 

Robert M. Herndon, Al.D., Research Fellow in Anatomy (re- 
signed August 31, 1966). 

Marijke E. Holtrop, Ph.D., Research Fellow in Anatomy. 

Francis J. Manasek, D.A4.D., Research Fellow in Anatomy. 

N. Scott McNutt, M.D., Research Fellow in Anatomy. 

Lorna K. Aiee, Ph.D., Research Fellow in Anatomy (through 
September 30, 1966). 

Taisuke Nakao, M.D., Research Fellow in Anatomy (from 
October 1, 1966). 

Paula M. Orkand, Ph.D., Research Fellow in Anatomy. 

David Phillips, Ph.D., Research Fellow in Anatomy (from 
September 1, 1966). 

Thomas S. Reese, M.D., Research Fellow in Anatomy (re- 
signed August 31, 1966). 

Constantino Sotelo, M.D., Ph.D., Research Fellow in Anatomy 

Robert D. Staton, M.S., Research Fellow in Anatomy. 

Lily S. Tashima, Ph.D., Research Fellow in Anatomy. 

Lucas S. Van Orden, 3D, M.D., Ph.D., Research Fellow in An- 
atomy (from September 1, 1966). 

Britta von Gaudecker, D.Nat., Research Fellow in Anatomy. 

Raymond B. Wuerker, M.D., Research Fellow in Anatomy. 



Affiliated: 

James D. Robertson, A4.D. Lecturer on Neuropathology. 

Jesse F. Scott, M.D., Associate Professor of Oncologic Medicine. 

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Richard L. Sidman, M.D., Assistant Professor of Neuropathology. 
Benjamin Spector, M.D., Coordinator of Anatomical Materials. 

The Department of Anatomy offers instruction in gross human 
anatomy, histology and cytology, embryology, and neuroanatomy. 
Opportunities are also afforded for advanced work and research in 
these subjects. The Department occupies the Morgan Anatomical 
Building in the first three floors of the wing designated as Bi, and 
the first two floors of B2. This space includes offices and research 
laboratories of the staff, rooms for graduate students and fellows, 
seminar rooms, a photographic department and laboratories devoted 
to cytochemistry, tissue culture, and electron microscopy. 

There is a large departmental library containing complete files of 
the important journals in the fields of anatomy, developmental 
biology, and experimental cytology, together with many standard 
textbooks and works of reference. The library is open to staff, stu- 
dents and others, on a non-circulating basis. 

The Minot Embryological Collection is a unique feature of the 
laboratory. It comprises approximately twenty-three hundred series 
of sections of selected vertebrate embryos representing a wide range 
of species and therefore affords opportunities for research in com- 
parative embryology such as cannot be found elsewhere. 

The Department also has valuable neurological material for both 
teaching and research, including two entire human brains cut serially 
in the transverse and horizontal planes, with the sections alternately 
stained by the Pal-Weigert and Nissl methods. 

Required Courses 

Anatomy A and B. First Year. — The courses of the first year are 
intended to teach human anatomy, both gross and microscopic, to- 
gether with the essentials of human embryology and neurology. 

In the study of gross anatomy, students make a complete dissection 
of the human body in the second semester. Four students are assigned 
to the same body, and work together during the course. The 
study of the skeleton is carried on concurrently with the dissection, and 
each student is provided with a box of bones which may be kept 
throughout the course. There are lectures and demonstrations which 

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serve to emphasize the clinical application of gross anatomical rela- 
tions and to teach certain aspects of human biology not adequately 
treated in the textbooks. Special dissections and various anatomical 
specimens and preparations are displayed to supplement the student's 
own dissections. 

That part of the course in microscopic anatomy given in the first 
semester is intended to give the student familiarity with the normal 
structure of cells and tissues as they appear under light microscope 
and with their finer structure as revealed by the electron microscope. 
The histology presented in the second semester forms part of the 
correlative teaching in which the structure, physiology, and biochem- 
istry of the gastrointestinal tract and endocrine glands are studied. 

Embryology is taught in conjunction with histology in a series of 
lectures in the first semester. 

Neuroanatomical instruction is given as a part of the section of 
correlative teaching in the second semester designated Neurosciences. 

FIRST YEAR HOURS 

Lectures. Drs. Fawcett, Palay, Edwards, Hay, Szabo, Adel- 
stein, Angevin e, Fro, Revel, Roth, Sorokin, Coggeshall, 
Hamilton, and Morest. 

Demonstrations. To sections of the class, at the pleasure of the 
instructors. 

Laboratory work. 372 

Fourth Year Elective Courses * 

BLOCK COURSES 

501. Surgical Anatomy. Dr. Edwards and Associates. {Same course as 
Anatomy 203, Faculty of Arts and Sciences.) 

502. Comparative Vertebrate Physiology. Dr. Lyman and Associates. 
{Same course as Anatomy 20$, Faculty of Arts and Sciences.) 

BLOCK COURSES — RESEARCH 

801. Cytology and Cell Ultrastructure. Dr. Fawcett. (Same course as 
Anatomy 301, Faculty of Arts and Sciences.) 

802. Biology of Reproduction. Dr. Greep. {Same course as Anatomy 302, 
Faculty of Arts and Sciences.) 

* See A Schedule of Fourth Year Elective Courses 1966-196-] for additional 
information. 

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803. Advanced Neuroanatomy and Neurocytology. Dr. Palay. (Same 
course as Anatomy 303, Faculty of Arts and Sciences.) 

804. Surgical Anatomy. Dr. Edwards. (Same course as Anatomy 304, 
Faculty of Arts and Sciences.) 

805. Experimental Embryology; Developmental Cytology. Dr. Hay. (Sanie 
course as Anatomy 305, Faculty of Arts and Sciences.) 

806. Cytology and Cell Ultrastructure. Dr. Ito. (Same course as Anatomy 
306, Faculty of Arts and Sciences.) 

807. Environmental and Comparative Physiology. Dr. Lyman. (Same 
course as Anatomy 307, Faculty of Arts and Sciences.) 

808. Cytochemistry; Experimental Cytology. Dr. Revel. (Same course 
as Anatomy 308, Faculty of Arts and Sciences.) 

809. Biology of Skin and Pigmentation. Dr. Szabo. (Same course as Derma- 
tology 807 and same course as Anatomy 309, Faculty of Arts and 
Sciences.) 

810. Biochemical Cytology; Radiation Biology. Dr. Adelstein. (Same 
course as Anatomy 310, Faculty of Arts and Sciences.) 

811. Advanced Neuroanatomy and Neurogenesis. Dr. Angevine. (Same 
course as Anatomy 311, Faculty of Arts and Sciences.) 

812. Endocrinology of Reproduction. Dr. Armstrong. (Same course as 
Anatomy 312, Faculty of Arts and Sciences.) 

813. Advanced Neuroanatomy; Thalamus and Sensory Systems. Dr. 
Morest. (Same course as Anatomy 313, Faculty of Arts and Sciences.) 

814. Comparative Endocrinology and Neuroendocrinology. Dr. Roth. 
(Same course as Anatomy 314, Faculty of Arts and Sciences.) 

815. Histochemistry. Dr. Sorokin. (Same course as Anatomy 315, Faculty 
of Arts and Sciences.) 

LONGITUDINAL COURSES 

701. Advanced Cytology. Dr. Fawcett and Associates. (Same course as 
Anatomy 206, Facility of Arts and Sciences.) Not offered in 1966- 
1967. 

702. Developmental Biology. Dr. Hay and Associates. (Same course as 
Anatomy 207, Faculty of Arts and Sciences). 

703. Advanced Neurocytology. Dr. Palay and Associates. (Same course 
as Anatomy 208, Faculty of Arts and Sciences.) Not offered in 
1966-1967. 



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Department of Bacteriology and Immunology 

Bernard D. Davis, A4.D., Adele Lehman Professor of Bacteriology 

and Immunology, and Head of the Department. 
Albert H. Coons, M.D., Career Investigator of the American 

Heart Association, and Visiting Professor of Bacteriology and 

Immunology. 
John F. Enders, Ph.D., University Professor. 
Luigi Gorini, Ph.D. (Equiv.), A.M. (hon.), American Cancer 

Society Professor of Bacteriology and Immunology. 
Harold Amos, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Bacteriology and 

Immunology. 
Monroe D. Eaton, M.D., Associate Professor of Bacteriology and 

Immunology. 
Mahlon B. Hoagland, M.D., Associate Professor of Bacteriology 

and Immunology, and Ruby Boyer Miller Fellow in Medical 

Research, and Tutor in Bacteriology and Immunology. 
Edward. H. Kass, Ph.D., M.D., A.M. (hon.), Sc.D. (hon.), 

Associate Professor of Bacteriology and Immunology. 
Jonathan R. Beckwith, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Bacteriol- 
ogy and Immunology. 
Donald T. Dubin, A4.D., Assistant Professor of Bacteriology and 

Immunology. 
Howard Goldfine, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Bacteriology 

and Immunology. 
Barbara W. Kalckar, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Bacteriologv 

and Immunology at the Massachusetts General Hospital 

(from January i, 1967). 
Sidney Leskowitz, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Bacteriology 

and Immunology at the Massachusetts General Hospital. 
Mortimer Litt, M.D., Assistant Professor of Bacteriology and 

Immunology. 
Hiroshi Nikaido, M.D., Assistant Professor of Bacteriology and 

Immunology at the Massachusetts General Hospital. 

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Elmer R. Pfefferkorn, Ph.D., Silas Arnold Houghton Assistant 
Professor of Bacteriology and Immunology. 

Charles T. Ambrose, M.D., Associate in Bacteriology and Im- 
munology. 

Julian E. Davies, Ph.D., Associate in Bacteriology and Immunol- 
ogy (on leave September i, 1966 through August 31, 1967). 

Dan G. Fraenkel, Ph.D., Associate in Bacteriology and Im- 
munology. 

Lawrence J. J. Kunz, Ph.D., Associate in Bacteriology and Im- 
munology at the Alassachusetts General Hospital. 

Jeana D. Levinthal, M.D., Associate in Bacteriology and Im- 
munology (on leave September 1, 1966 through June 30, 
1967). 

Chandra R. Amarasingham, M.D., Research Associate in Bac- 
teriology and Immunology. 

Janine A. Andre-Schwartz, M.D., Research Associate in Bac- 
teriology and Immunology. 

Muthiah D. Daniel, Ph.D., Research Associate in Bacteriology 
and Immunology. 

Edward F. df.Bono, M.D., Ph.D., Research Associate in Bac- 
teriology and Immunology (resigned November 30, 1966). 

Harvey A. Elder, M.D., Research Associate in Bacteriology and 
Immunology. 

Iolanda E. Low, M.D., Research Associate in Bacteriology and 
Immunology. 

Luis Melendez, D.V.A4., Research Associate in Bacteriology 
and Immunology. 

Lawrence M. B. Razayt, M.B., B.S., Research Associate in Bac- 
teriology and Immunology. 

Peter C. Reade, Ph.D., Research Associate in Bacteriology and 
Immunology (from January 1, 1967). 

jMicheline M. Roth, A4.D., Research Associate in Bacteriology 
and Immunology. 

Barbara K. Watson, Ph.D., Research Associate in Bacteriology 
and Immunology. 

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BACTERIOLOGY AND IMMUNOLOGY 

Hugh O. McDevitt, M.D., Instructor in Bacteriology and Im- 
munology (through August 31, 1966). 

Alice K. Daly, S.B., Assistant in Bacteriology and Immunology. 

Joan B. Daniels, S.B., Assistant in Bacteriology and Immunology. 

Alice A4cDonald, A.B., Assistant in Bacteriology and Im- 
munology. 

Jacob Aronovitch, Ph.D., Research Fellow in Bacteriology and 
Immunology. 

Paul Baumann, Ph.D., Research Fellow in Bacteriology and Im- 
munology (from November 1, 1966). 

Richard C. Blinkoff, Ph.D., Research Fellow in Bacteriology 
Immunology. 

Boyce W. Burge, Ph.D., Harold C. Ernst Research Fellow in 
Bacteriology and Immunology (from November 1, 1966). 

Marc H. Dresden, Ph.D., Harold C. Ernst Research Fellow in 
Bacteriology and Immunology (through July 31, 1966). 

Michael A. Edidin, Ph.D., Research Fellow in Bacteriology and 
Immunology (through August 31, 1966). 

Elliot Goldstein, M.D., Research Fellow in Bacteriology and 
Immunology (through August 8, 1966). 

Samuel Goldstein, M.D., Research Fellow in Bacteriology and 
Immunology (from September 1, 1966). 

Alton Gunalp, M.D., Research Fellow in Bacteriology and Im- 
munology (through August 31, 1966). 

Per Otto Hagen, M.D., Research Fellow in Bacteriology and 
Immunology (resigned July 31, 1966). 

Michel A. Horisberger, Ph.D., Research Fellow in Bacteriology 
and Immunology (from January 1, 1967). 

James R. Hughes, M.D., Research Fellow in Bacteriology and 
Immunology. 

George A. Jacoby, M.D., Research Fellow in Bacteriology and 
Immunology. 

H. Olle Karlstrom, Ph.D., Research Fellow in Bacteriology and 
Immunology (through August 15, 1966). 

Robert E. Kohler, Jr., Ph.D., Research Fellow in Bacteriology 
and Immunology. 

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HARVARD MEDICAL SCHOOL 

Otohiko Kunii, M.D., Research Fellow in Bacteriology and Im- 
munology. 

Thomas A. AIcAllister, A4.B., Ch.B., Research Fellow in Bac- 
teriology and Immunology. 

Arnold Meisler, M.D., Research Fellow in Bacteriology and 
Immunology. 

Juan B. Modolell, Ph.D., Research Fellow in Bacteriology and 
Immunology (from January i, 1967). 

Carl Norden, M.D., Research Fellow in Bacteriology and Im- 
munology. 

Graciela M. Peyru, M.D., Research Fellow in Bacteriology and 
Immunology (from November 1, 1966). 

Patrick J. Piggot, Ph.D., Research Fellow in Bacteriology and 
Immunology (from September 1, 1966). 

Roger V. Quincey, Ph.D., Research Fellow in Bacteriology and 
Immunology (from October 1, 1966). 

Liane Reif, Ph.D., Research Fellow in Bacteriology and Im- 
munology (through September 14, 1966). 

Joan P. Roscoe, Ph.D., Research Fellow in Bacteriology and Im- 
munology. 

Roland Rosset, Ph.D., Research Fellow in Bacteriology and Im- 
munology (from October 1, 1966). 

David Rush, M.D., Research Fellow in Bacteriology and Im- 
munology (through December 31, 1966). 

John G. Scaife, Ph.D., Research Fellow in Bacteriology and 
Immunology. 

Dinesh P. Sinha, M.D., Research Fellow in Bacteriology and Im- 
munology. 

Philip F. Sparling, M.D., Research Fellow in Bacteriology and 
Immunology. 

Paolo F. Strigini, A4.D., Research Fellow in Bacteriology and 
Immunology. 

Yoshifumi Takeda, M.D., Research Fellow in Bacteriology and 
Immunology (resigned August 31, 1966). 

Burton E. Tropp, Ph.D., Research Fellow in Bacteriology and 
Immunology. 

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Ryosuke Yuasa, AID., Research Fellow in Bacteriology and Im- 
munology (from September i, 1966). 

Robert A. Zimmermann, Ph.D., Research Fellow in Bacteriology 
and Immunology. 

James N. Wilfert, M.D., Teaching Fellow in Bacteriology and 
Immunology. 



Affiliated: 

John C. Snyder, M.D., Professor of Public Health Bacteriology, 
and Dean of the School of Public Health. 

Thomas H. Weller, M.D., LL.D., Richard Pearson Strong Pro- 
fessor of Tropical Health in the School of Public Health. 

Charlotte C. Campbell, S.B., Associate Professor of Medical 
Mycology, S.P.H. 

K. Frank Austen, M.D., Associate Professor of Medicine at the 
Robert B. Brigham Hospital. 

Ronald J. Gibbons, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Bacteriology at 
the Forsyth Dental Infirmary for Children. 

Thomas J. Gill, 3D, M.D., Assistant Professor of Pathology. 

Edgar Haber, M.D., Assistant Professor of Medicine at the Massa- 
chusetts General Hospital. 

Samuel L. Katz, M.D., Assistant Professor of Pediatrics at The 
Children's Hospital. 

Sigmund S. Socransky, D.D.S., Assistant Professor of Periodon- 
tology at the Forsyth Dental Infirmary for Children. 

Morton N. Swartz, M.D., Assistant Professor of Medicine at the 
Massachusetts General Hospital. 

Henry J. Winn, M.D., Assistant Professor of Bacteriology and 
Immunology in the Department of Surgery at the Massa- 
chusetts General Hospital. 

Kurt J. Bloch, M.D., Associate in Medicine at the Massachusetts 
General Hospital. 

Fred S. Rosen, M.D., Assistant Professor of Pediatrics at The 
Children's Hospital. 

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HARVARD MEDICAL SCHOOL 

David S. Feixgold, M.D., Associate in Medicine at the Beth Israel 
Hospital. 

Required Course 

Bacteriology A. Second Year. — This course consists of lectures, 
laboratory exercises, and conferences, designed to acquaint the stu- 
dent with the principles of bacteriology, virology, immunology, 
allergy, and chemotherapy. The fungi will also be briefly considered. 

The first part of the course consists of an introduction to general 
microbiology, including the structure, physiology, metabolism, and 
genetics of bacteria and bacteriophage. Attention will then be given 
to the agents of infectious disease, with emphasis on properties that are 
useful in their identification and in understanding their pathogenicity. 
The exercises on host-parasite relations and allergy will be correlated 
with pathology, while those on chemotherapy will be correlated with 
pharmacology. Clinics held in various hospitals will introduce the 
student to infectious disease in man. 

While the course is designed primarily as a preparation for later 
clinical work on infectious disease, considerable attention will also be 
given to illustrating the use of unicellular organisms in studying prob- 
lems of cell physiology and molecular biology common to all cells, 
including those of man. 

SECOND YEAR HOURS 

Lectures, laboratory work, and conferences. Dr. Davis and Staff. 
First half-year. Most exercises take place on Monday, Wed- 
nesday, and Friday afternoons with conferences on Saturday 
mornings. 168 

Fourth Year Elective Courses * 

BLOCK COURSES — RESEARCH 

80 1. Bacterial Aletabolism; Chemotherapy. Dr. Davis. {Same course as 
Bacteriology 301, Faculty of Arts and Sciences.) 

802. Immunology and Immunochemistry. Dr. Coons. (Same course as 
Bacteriology 304, Faculty of Arts and Sciences.) 

803. Virology. Dr. Enders. (Same course as Bacteriology 303, Faculty of 
Arts and Sciences.) 

* See A Schedule of Fourth Year Elective Courses 1966-1967 for additional 
information. 

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804. Bacterial Physiology; Control of Biosynthesis. Dr. Gorini. (Same 
course as Bacteriology 310, Faculty of Arts and Sciences.) 

805. Macromolecule Synthesis in Animal Cells. Dr. Amos. (Same course as 
Bacteriology 308, Faculty of Arts and Sciences.) 

806. Virology. Dr. Eaton. (Same course as Bacteriology 302, Faculty of 
Arts and Sciences.) 

807. Protein Synthesis and its Control. Dr. Hoagland. (Same course as 
Bacteriology 314, Faculty of Arts and Sciences.) 

808. Medical Bacteriology. Dr. Kass. 

809. Bacterial Genetics. Dr. Beckwith. 

811. Bacterial Metabolism. Dr. Fraenkel. 

812. Bacterial Lipids and Membranes. Dr. Goldfine. (Sanie course as 
Bacteriology 305, Faculty of Arts and Sciences.) 

813. Immunochemistry. Dr. Leskowitz. 

814. Viruses and Animal Cells. Dr. Pfefferkorn. 

LONGITUDINAL COURSES 

701. Immunology. Drs. Coons, K. F. Austen, Leskowitz, and Gill. 
(Same course as Bacteriology 207, Facility of Arts a?id Sciences.) 

702. General Virology. Drs. Eaton, Amos, and Pfefferkorn. (Same course 
as Bacteriology 206, Faculty of Arts and Sciences.) 

703. Microbial and Molecular Genetics. Dr. Davis and Associates. (Same 
course as Bacteriology 208, Faculty of Arts and Sciences.) 



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Department of Biological Chemistry 

Elkan R. Blout, Ph.D., A.M. (hon.), Edward S. Harkness Pro- 
fessor of Biological Chemistry, and Head of the Department. 

Eric G. Ball, Ph.D., S.D. (hon.), A.M. (hon.), Edward S. 
Wood Professor of Biological Chemistry, and Chairman of 
the Division of Medical Sciences of the Faculty of Arts and 
Sciences. 

Lewis L. Engel, Ph.D., Professor of Biological Chemistry and 
Permanent Faculty Fellow of the American Cancer Society. 

Jordi Folch-Pi, M.D., A.M. (hon.), Professor of Neurochemistry 
at the McLean Hospital. 

Herman M. Kalckar, M.D., Ph.D., A.M. (hon.), D.Sc. (hon.), 
Professor of Biological Chemistry at the Massachusetts Gen- 
eral Hospital. 

Manfred L. Karnovsky, Ph.D., A.M. (hon.), Harold T. White 
Professor of Biological Chemistry, and Secretary of the 
Faculty of Medicine. 

Eugene P. Kennedy, Ph.D., A.M. (hon.), Hamilton Kuhn Pro- 
fessor of Biological Chemistry. 

Bert L. Vallee, M.D., A.M. (hon.), Paul C. Cabot Professor of 
Biological Chemistry. 

Claude A. Villee, Jr., Ph.D., A.M. (hon.), Andelot Professor of 
Biological Chemistry, and Tutor in Biological Chemistry. 

Roger W. Jeanloz, D.Sc, A.M. (hon.), Associate Professor of 
Biological Chemistry at the Alassachusetts General Hospital. 

Walter E. Knox, M.D., Associate Professor of Biological Chem^ 
istry at the New England Deaconess Hospital. 

* Arthur K. Solomon, Ph.D., D.Phil., Associate Professor of Bio- 
physics. 

Joseph B. Alpers, M.D., Assistant Professor of Biological Chemis- 
try. 

John L. Bethune, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Biological Chem- 
istry at the Peter Bent Brigham Hospital. 

* Appointment under the Committee on Medical Research in Biophysics. 

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BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY 

Donald G. Comb, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Biological Chem- 
istry. 

John Gergely, M.D., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Biological 
Chemistry (part time). 

Dwain D. Hagerman, M.D., Assistant Professor of Biological 
Chemistry at the Boston Hospital for Women (Parkway 
Division), and Tutor in Biological Chemistry (resigned 
December 31, 1966). 

Standish C. Hartman, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Biological 
Chemistry. 

George Hauser, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Biological Chemis- 
try at the McLean Hospital. 

Edmund C. C. Lin, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Biological Chem- 
istry. 

Susan Lowey, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Biological Chemistry 
at The Children's Hospital. 

Charles C. Richardson, M.D., Assistant Professor of Biological 
Chemistry. 

Sidney V. Rieder, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Biological Chem- 
istry at the Massachusetts General Hospital. 

Robert G. Spiro, A4.D., Assistant Professor of Biological Chem- 
istry at the Peter Bent Brigham Hospital. 

Donald F. H. Wallach, M.D., Assistant Professor of Biological 
Chemistry. 

Pierre J. Stoffyn, Ph.D., Lecturer on Biological Chemistry at 
the McLean Hospital. 

Robert A. Darrow, Ph.D., Associate in Biological Chemistry at 
the Massachusetts General Hospital (resigned February 15, 
1967). 

Cliffe D. Joel, Ph.D., Associate in Biological Chemistry. 

Robert L. Jungas, Ph.D., Associate in Biological Chemistry. 

Lewis C. Mokrasch, Ph.D., Associate in Biological Chemistry at 
the McLean Hospital. 

Henry P. Paulus, Ph.D., Associate in Biological Chemistry. 

William J. Reddy, D.Sc, Associate in Biological Chemistry at 
the Peter Bent Brigham Hospital. 

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James F. Riordax, Ph.D., Associate in Biological Chemistry. 

James P. Koch, iM.D., Lecturer on Biological Chemistry. 

Elizabeth R. Simons, Ph.D., Lecturer on Biological Chemistry. 

Robert J. P. Williams, Ph.D., Visiting Lecturer on Biological 
Chemistry (from September i, 1966). 

Anil K. Bhattacharyya, D.Phil., Research Associate in Biologi- 
cal Chemistry. 

Thomas L. Coombs, Ph.D., Research Associate in Biological 
Chemistry. 

Kaney Ebisuzaki, Ph.D., Research Associate in Biological Chem- 
istry. 

Joseph Eichberg, Jr., Ph.D., Research Associate in Biological 
Chemistry. 

John M. Franz, Ph.D., Research Associate in Biological Chemis- 
try (through September 15, 1966). 

Shou-Cheng J. Fu, Ph.D., Research Associate in Biological Chem- 
istry. 

Keiichiro Fuyva, Ph.D., Research Associate in Biological Chem- 
istry. 

Olga F. Greengard, Ph.D., Research Associate in Biological 
Chemistry. 

Sen-itiro Hakomori, M.D., Research Associate in Biological 
Chemistry (resigned October 31, 1966). 

Kohei Hayashi, M.D., Ph.D., Research Associate in Biological 
Chemistry (from October 1, 1966). 

George E. Hein, Ph.D., Research Associate in Biological Chem- 
istry (from September 1, 1966). 

Otomatsu Hoshino, D.P.Sc., Research Associate in Biological 
Chemistry (resigned September 30, 1966). 

Mervyn Israel, Ph.D., Research Associate in Biological Chem- 
istry. 

Charles R. Jenkin, Ph.D., Research Associate in Biological 
Chemistry (through July 31, 1966). 

Harry J. Karavolas, Ph.D., Research Associate in Biological 
Chemistry. 



BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY 

Walter A. Kornicker, Ph.D., Research Associate in Biological 
Chemistry. 

Kichang KuiM, M.D., Ph.D., Research Associate in Biological 
Chemistry. 

AIarjorie B. Lees, Ph.D., Research Associate in Biological Chem- 
istry (from September i, 1966). 

George Loutfi, M.D., Research Associate in Biological Chemis- 
try (resigned September 10, 1966). 

Aron O. Lurie, M.B., Ch.B., Ph.D., Research Associate in Bio- 
logical Chemistry. 

Johannes A. Meienhofer, Dr.Nat., Research Associate in Bio- 
logical Chemistry. 

Ezio Merler, Ph.D., Research iVssociate in Biological Chemis- 

tr >'' 
James C. Orr, Ph.D., Research Associate in Biological Chemistry. 

Erika E. Randerath, Ph.D., Research Associate in Biological 
Chemistry. 

Annette M. C. Rapin, Ph.D., Research Associate in Biological 
Chemistry. 

Glyn P. Roberts, Ph.D., Research Associate in Biological Chem- 
istry. 

Andre Rosowsky, M.D., Research Associate in Biological Chem- 
istry. 

Wan-Kyng L. Shum, Ph.D., Research Associate in Biological 
Chemistry. 

Mordechai Sokolovsky, Ph.D., Research Associate in Biological 
Chemistry. 

S. Sridhara, Ph.D., Research Associate in Biological Chemistry 
(from February 1, 1967). 

Nikola Z. Stanacev, Ph.D., Research Associate in Biological 
Chemistry. 

Anne M. Stoffyn, Ph.D., Research Associate in Biological 
Chemistry. 

George H. Tait, Ph.D., Research Associate in Biological Chem- 
istry. 

Shu ji Tanaka, M.D., Research Associate in Biological Chemistry. 

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Helmut F. Weicker, M.D., Research Associate in Biological 
Chemistry (through Aiarch 31, 1967). 

Tai T. Wu, Ph.D., Research Associate in Biological Chemistry 
(resigned December 31, 1966). 

Elvera Algeri Glass, S.B., Assistant in Biological Chemistry. 

Stelios Aktipis, Ph.D., Research Fellow in Biological Chemistry 
(through September 30, 1966). 

David S. Auld, Ph.D., Research Fellow in Biological Chemistry 
(from November 1, 1966). 

Nicholas G. Bazan, M.D., Research Fellow in Biological Chem- 
istry (from October 1, 1966). 

Alexander U. Bertland, Ph.D., Research Fellow in Biological 
Chemistry. 

Robert H. Cagan, A.M., Research Fellow in Biological Chemis- 
try (resigned August 31, 1966). 

James R. Carter, Jr., M.D., Research Fellow in Biological Chem- 
istry (through December 31, 1966). 

Toby M. Chapman, Ph.D., Research Fellow in Biological Chem- 
istry. 

Eduardo H. Charreau, Ph.D., Research Fellow in Biological 
Chemistry (from November 1, 1966). 

Philipp Christen, M.D., Research Fellow in Biological Chemis- 
try (from January 15, 1967). 

Vilmos Csanyi, Ph.D., Research Fellow in Biological Chem- 
istry (from September 15, 1966). 

Richard C. Davies, D. Phil., Research Fellow in Biological Chem- 
istry. 

William D. Denckla, M.D., Research Fellow in Biological 
Chemistry. 

Ivan Diamond, M.D., Research Fellow in Biological Chemistry 
(from January 1, 1967). 

Charles H. Doering, Ph.D., Research Fellow in Biological Chem- 
istry. 

John T. Dunn, M.D., Research Fellow in Biological Chemistry 
(through August 31, 1966). 

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Mary M. Eichhorn, Ph.D., Research Fellow in Biological Chem- 
istry (through September 15, 1966). 

James Ellingboe, Ph.D., Research Fellow in Biological Chemistry 
(through August 31, 1966). 

Daina Z. Ewton, Ph.D., Research Fellow in Biological Chemis- 
try (from November 15, 1966). 

Charles F. Fox, Ph.D., Research Fellow in Biological Chemistry 
(through September 30, 1966). 

Ralph R. Francesconi, Ph.D., Research Fellow in Biological 
Chemistry (from September 1, 1966). 

Tomoko Fujii, D.M.S., Research Fellow in Biological Chemistry. 

Suguru Fukushi, M.D., Ph.D., Research Fellow in Biological 
Chemistry. 

Alan G. Goodridge, Ph.D., Research Fellow in Biological Chem- 
istry (through July 31, 1966). 

Adrienne S. Gordon, Ph.D., Research Fellow in Biological 
Chemistry (from October 1, 1966). 

Paul H. Gross, Dr.Sc, Research Fellow in Biological Chemistry. 

Carole L. Hall, Ph.D., Research Fellow in Biological Chemistry 
(from September 15, 1966). 

John H. Harrison, IV, Ph.D., Research Fellow in Biological 
Chemistry. 

Robert W. Henkens, Ph.D., Research Fellow in Biological Chem- 
istry (from November 1, 1966). 

Maria L. Horowitz, Ph.D., Research Fellow in Biological Chem- 
istry (from September 1, 1966). 

Jeong H. Im, Ph.D., Research Fellow in Biological Chemistry 
(from August 1, 1966). 

Alain G. Jacquemin-Saijlon, Ph.D., Research Fellow in Bio- 
logical Chemistry (from March 1, 1967). 

Kunthala Jayaraman, Ph.D., Research Fellow in Biological 
Chemistry. 

Peteranne B. Joel, Ph.D., Research Fellow in Biological Chem- 
istry. 

Theodore H. D. Jones, Ph.D., Research Fellow in Biological 
Chemistry (from October 1, 1966). 

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Herbert M. Kagax, Ph.D., Research Fellow in Biological Chem- 
istry. 

Junzo Katq, M.D., Research Fellow in Biological Chemistry 
(through September 15, 1966). 

Afzal A. Khan, Ph.D., Research Fellow in Biological Chemistry 
(through December 31, 1966). 

Peter Kneer, M.D., Research Fellow in Biological Chemistry. 

Tosh im asa Kojima, Ph.D., Research Fellow in Biological Chem- 
istry (from September 1, 1966). 

Yutaka Kojima, M.D., Ph.D., Research Fellow in Biological 
Chemistry. 

Melodee S. Kornacker, Ph.D., Research Fellow in Biological 
Chemistry. 

Daniel Laufer, Ph.D., Research Fellow in Biological Chem- 
istry (through August 31, 1966). 

Jorge A. Lesion, M.D., Research Fellow in Biological Chemistry 
(from September 1, 1966). 

Gian P. Lorenzi, D.Sc, Research Fellow in Biological Chemistry. 

Rhoda K. Makoff, Ph.D., Research Fellow in Biological Chem- 
istry (through August 15, 1966). 

David I. AIarlrorough, Ph.D., Research Fellow in Biological 
Chemistry (from October 1, 1966). 

Normax R. Marquis, Ph.D., Research Fellow in Biological 
Chemistry. 

Edoardo Memm, Ph.D., Research Fellow in Biological Chemistry 
(resigned January 9, 1967). 

Robert H. Michfll, Ph.D., Research Fellow in Biological Chem- 
istry (from September 1, 1966). 

Alexander Neville, M.B., Ch.B., Ph.D., Research Fellow in 
Biological Chemistry. 

Yang H. Oh, Ph.D., Research Fellow in Biological Chemistry 
(from September 1, 1966). 

Alfred F. Parisi, A4.D., Research Fellow in Biological Chemistry. 

Peter Perchemlides, Ph.D., Research Fellow in Biological Chem- 
istry. 

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Romano Piras, Ph.D., Research Fellow in Biological Chemistry 
resigned October 31, 1966). 

Jacques R. Poortmans, Ph.D., Research Fellow in Biological 
Chemistry. 

Eliezer S. Rachaman, Ph.D., Research Fellow in Biological 
Chemistry. 

Nilima Sarkar, Ph.D., Research Fellow in Biological Chemistry. 

Francisco G. Sastre, M.D., Research Fellow in Biological Chem- 
istry (from October 1, 1966). 

Gene A. Scarborough, Ph.D., Research Fellow in Biological 
Chemistry (from January 1, 1967). 

Ekkehard Schilltnger, Ph.D., Research Fellow in Biological 
Chemistry. 

Guido A. Schoenenberger, jM.D., Research Fellow in Biological 
Chemistry. 

Peter Schofield, D.Phil., Research Fellow in Biological Chem- 
istry. 

Da\td S. Sigman, Ph.D., Research Fellow in Biological Chemistry 
(from October 1, 1965). 

Pierre G. Sinay, Ph.D., Research Fellow in Biological Chemistry 
(from September 15, 1966). 

Masami Suzuki, Ph.D., Research Fellow in Biological Chemistry. 

Manning M. Thaler, M.D., Research Fellow in Biological Chem- 
istry. 

Ambika J. Tolani, Ph.D., Research Fellow in Biological Chemis- 
try (resigned October 31, 1966). 

George C. Tremblay, Ph.D., Research Fellow in Biological 
Chemistry (resigned August 31, 1966). 

Su-Chen S. Tsai, Ph.D., Research Fellow in Biological Chemistry 
(resigned August 31, 1966). 

Vishnu M. Vaidya, Ph.D., Research Fellow in Biological Chem- 
istry. 

Subbiah Venkataraman, Ph.D., Research Fellow in Biological 
Chemistry. 

Bernard Weiss, M.D., Research Fellow in Biological Chemistry. 

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Henry Chi Ping Wu, M.B., Research Fellow in Biological Chem- 
istry (through August 31, 1966). 

Stringner S. Yang, Ph.D., Research Fellow in Biological Chem- 
istry (from November 1, 1966). 

Tova Zehavi, Ph.D., Research Fellow in Biological Chemistry 
(through January 31, 1967). 

Uri Zehavi, Ph.D., Research Fellow in Biological Chemistry. 

Noe Zwaig, Ph.D., Research Fellow in Biological Chemistry. 

David E. Drum, M.D., Teaching Fellow in Biological Chemistry. 

Herbert A. Klein, M.D., Teaching Fellow in Biological Chem- 
istrv. 

Joseph R. Parrish, Jr., S.B., Teaching Fellow in Biological Chem- 
istry. 

Robert T. Simpson, M.D., Teaching Fellow in Biological Chem- 
istry. 



Affiliated: 

Finn Brudevold, D.D.S., A.M. (hon.), Professor of Dentistry at 

the Forsyth Dental Infirmary for Children. 
George Nichols, Jr., M.D., Clinical Professor of Medicine. 
James H. Shaw, Ph.D., Professor of Nutrition in the School of 

Dental Medicine. 
Fredrick J. Stare, Ph.D., M.D., Professor of Nutrition, S.P.H. 
D. Mark Hegsted, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Nutrition, 

S.P.H. 

Required Course 

Biological Chemistry A. First Year. — During the first semester 
the lectures in Biological Chemistry discuss the chemical components 
of living matter and the metabolic processes common to all tissues. 
Laboratory work deals with the physical and chemical concepts neces- 
sary to an understanding of living processes, and the fundamental 
chemical characteristics of biological compounds and enzymatic re- 
actions. 

During the second semester the lectures and laboratory work in bio- 
chemistry are interwoven with those given by the Departments of 

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Physiology and Anatomy. The Department of Biological Chemistry 
will deal with the following topics: inorganic chemical composition 
of body tissues and fluids and physical chemical factors governing 
their control: the transport of O. and CO,, in the blood and acid-base 
balance. The gastro-intestinal and endocrine systems will be studied. 
The Department will present the chemical processes involved in 
digestion and absorption; the intermediary metabolism of the liver; 
the chemistry and metabolism of cholesterol, the bile acids, and the 
steroid hormones; and the regulatory effects of hormones in general 
on metabolism. In the period, which explores the neuro-sciences, cer- 
tain special aspects of the chemistry and metabolism of brain and 
nerve are the contributions of the Department of Biological Chemistry. 

FIRST YEAR HOURS 

Lectures and laboratory work. Drs. Alpers, Ball, Bethune, 
Blout, Comb, Darrow, Engel, Folch-Pi, Gergeley, Hager- 
man, Hartman, Hauser, Jeanloz, Joel, Kalckar, Kar- 
novsky, Kennedy, Knox, Lin, Paulus, Pearlman, Reddy, 
Richardson, Rieder, Solomon, Spiro, Vallee, Villee, and 
Wallach. 220 

Fourth Year Elective Courses * 

BLOCK courses — research 
80 i. Lipid Biosynthesis and Metabolism. Dr. Kennedy. 

802. Biological Oxidation, Adipose Tissue Metabolism. Dr. Ball. 

803. Biological Macromolecules. Dr. Blout. 

804. Neurochemistry. Dr. Folch-Pi. 

805. Phosphorylated Intermediary Compounds, Carybohydrate Metabolism. 
Dr. Kalckar. 

806. Biochemical Basis of Certain Physiological Functions; Membrane 
Lipids. Dr. M. L. Karnovsky. 

807. Biochemistry of Embryonic Development and Cell Differentiation. 
Dr. C. A. Villee. (Same course as Obstetrics and Gynecology 812.) 

808. Biochemistry of Steroids. Dr. Engel. 

809. Biochemistry of Complex Polysaccharides, Glycoproteins, Glycolipids, 
and Bacterial Cell Walls. Dr. Jeanloz. 

810. Amino Acid Metabolism, Enzymic Basis of Genetic Defects, Enzymatic 
Adaptation. Dr. Knox. 

811. Biochemistry of Muscle. Dr. Gergely. 

* See A Schedule of Fourth Year Elective Courses 1966-1967 for additional 
information. 

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812. Biochemistry of Female Hormones. Dr. Hagerman. 

813. Mechanisms of Enzyme Action. Dr. Hartman. 

814. Evolution and Control of Metabolic Pathways in Bacteria. Dr. Lin. 

815. Carbohydrate Metabolism. Dr. Rieder. 

816. Cellular Membranes into Neoplasia. Dr. Wallach. 

817. Carbohydrate Metabolism in Cultured Cells. Dr. Alpers. 

818. Physical Chemistry of Protein-Protein Interactions. Dr. Bethune. 

819. Biochemistry of Differentiation. Dr. Comb. 

820. Mechanisms of Enzyme Action. Dr. Darrow. 

821. Biochemistry of Glycolipids and their Constituents. Dr. Hauser. 

822. Biochemistry of Lipids of Brain and Other Tissues. Dr. Joel. 

823. Peptide Biosynthesis in Bacteria. Dr. Paulus. 

824. Mechanisms of Action of Hormones. Dr. Reddy. 

825. Chemistry and Metabolism of Glycoproteins. Dr. Spiro. 

826. Surgical Investigation. Dr. W. H. Pearlman. {Same course as Surgery 
809.)^ 

827. Studies of the Mechanism of Enzyme Action, Active Enzymatic Sites 
and Chemical Modification of Enzymes and Proteins. Dr. Vallee. 

LONGITUDINAL COURSES 

701. Advanced Biochemistry. Members of the Department. {Same course 
as Biochemistry 206, Faculty of Arts and Sciences.) 

702. Topics on Biochemical Evolution. Dr. Lin. {Same course as Biochem- 
istry 207, Faculty of Arts and Sciences.) 



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Dental Medicine 

Opportunities for voluntary and elective work are available at 
the School of Dental Medicine for third and fourth vear medical 
students. Course material will be designed to meet individual needs 
where possible. Instruction will be on a tutorial basis. Make all in- 
quiries at the Dean's Office, School of Dental Medicine. 

Fourth Year Elective Course * 

LONGITUDINAL COURSE 

702. Child Growth and Development. Dr. Moorrees. 

* See A Schedule of Fourth Year Elective Courses 1966-1961 for additional 
information. 



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HARVARD MEDICAL SCHOOL 

Department of Dermatology 

Thomas B. Fitzpatrick, M.D., Ph.D., Edward Wigglesworth 
Professor of Dermatology, and Head of the Department. 

/Maurice M. Tolman, M.D., Clinical Professor of Dermatology. 

Irvin H. Blank, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Dermatology at 
the Massachusetts General Hospital. 

Irwin M. Freedberg, M.D., Assistant Professor of Dermatology 
at the Beth Israel Hospital, and Tutor in Medical Science. 

Robert D. Griesemer, A4.D., Assistant Professor of Dermatology 
at the Massachusetts General Hospital. 

George Szabo, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Anatomy in the 
Department of Dermatology. 

George F. Wilgram, M.D., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Derma- 
tology. 

Howard P. Baden, M.D., x\ssociate in Dermatology. 

Jean B. Burnett, Ph.D., Associate in Biological Chemistry in the 
Department of Dermatology. 

Arthur Z. Eisen, M.D., Associate in Dermatology at the Massa- 
chusetts General Hospital. 

Richard Masters, A4.D., Ph.D., Associate in Dermatology. 

Madhukar A. Pathak, Ph.D., Associate in Dermatology. 

Walter F. Lever, M.D., Lecturer on Dermatology. 

Walter Quevedo, Jr., Ph.D., Visiting Lecturer on Dermatology. 

Mary A. Bonneville, Ph.D., Research Associate in Dermatology. 

Paul F. A. Maderson, Ph.D., Research Associate in Dermatology 
(from August i, 1966). 

Robert Scheuplein, Ph.D., Research Associate in Dermatology. 

William L. Curwen, M.D., Instructor in Dermatology. 

Nicholas J. Fiumara, M.D., Instructor in Dermatology. 

William R. Hill, Jr., M.D., Instructor in Dermatology. 

Charles S. Keuper, M.D., Instructor in Dermatology. 

Philip L. McCarthy, M.D., Instructor in Dermatology. 

A. David McGugan, M.B., Ch.B., Instructor in Dermatology. 

Robert F. Tilley, M.D., Instructor in Dermatology. 

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Leroy D. Aaronson, M.D., Assistant in Dermatology. 

Joseph Albert, M.D., Assistant in Dermatology. 

Earl A. Glicklich, M.D., Assistant in Dermatology. 

Milton E. Helman, M.D., Assistant in Dermatology. 

Burnham E. Lamkins, M.D., Assistant in Dermatology. 

Myron H. Matz, AID., Assistant in Dermatology. 

Sabino J. SiNEsr, M.D., Assistant in Dermatology. 

Arthur S. Spangler, AID., Assistant in Dermatology. 

Evelina Abuel-Bernardino, M.D., Research Fellow in Derma- 
tology. 

Stanley S. Bleehen, M.B., Ch.B., Research Fellow in Derma- 
tology. 

Rosine Bretion, M.D., Research Fellow in Dermatology (from 
January i, 1967). 

Yoshiaki Hori, M.D., Ph.D., Research Fellow in Dermatology 
(from September 1, 1966). 

Dimitrios T. Kalivas, M.D., Research Fellow in Dermatology. 

Martin C. Mihm, Jr., M.D., Research Fellow in Dermatology. 

Masamitsu Miyamoto, M.D., Research Fellow in Dermatology. 

William F. Gallagher, M.D., Teaching Fellow in Dermatology. 

Required Course 

Dermatology. Introduction to the Clinic and Vrincipal Clinical 
Year. — The courses emphasize the pathologic physiology of various 
diseases involving the skin and the recognition of cutaneous mani- 
festations of systemic diseases. Instruction consists of lectures and 
clinical exercises at the hospitals during the Introduction to the Clinic 
and a clinical clerkship during the Principal Clinical Year. 

introduction to the clinic hours 

Lectures and clinical exercises. B.I.H., B.C.H., M.G.H., P.B.B.H. 

PRINCIPAL CLINICAL YEAR 

Clinical Clerkship. M.G.H. 40 

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Fourth Year Elective Courses * 

BLOCK COURSES 

501M. Dermatology I. Dr. I. Freedberg. 
502M. Clinical Clerkship. Dr. Fitzpatrick and Associates. 
503M. Pathology of Skin — Clinical and Microscopic Correlations. Drs. 
Fitzpatrick and W. Clark. (Same course as Pathology $1 iM.) 



801 
802 

803 
805 

806 

807 



block courses — research 
Dermatology II. Dr. I. Freedberg. 

Research on the Biology of Skin: Melanin. Drs. Fitzpatrick, Burnett, 
and Szabo. 

Research on the Biology of Skin: Keratin. Drs. Baden and Wilgram. 
Research on the Biology of Skin: Photobiology; Biochemistry of Por- 
phyrins. Dr. Pathak. 

Research on the Biology of Skin: Physiology of the Skin; Protective 
Mechanisms. Drs. Blank and Scheuplein. 

Biology of Skin and Pigmentation. Dr. Szabo. (Same course as 
Anatomy 809.) 



longitudinal courses 

701. Clinical Conference and Presentation of Patients. Dr. Fitzpatrick and 
Associates. 

702. Clinical Conference and Presentation of Patients. Dr. Tolman. 

703. Seminars on Pathophysiology of Skin. 

704. Neoplasms of Melanocytes and Related Problems in Cutaneous Path- 
ology. Dr. W. Clark. (Same course as Pathology 701.) 

* See A Schedule of Fourth Year Elective Courses 1966-1967 for additional 
information. 



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Department of Medicine 



Maxwell Finland, M.D., D.Sc. (hon.), George Richards Minot 
Professor of Medicine, and Head of the Department at the 
Boston City Hospital. 

Howard H. Hiatt, M.D., Herrman Ludwig Blumgart Professor 
of Medicine, and Head of the Department at the Beth Israel 
Hospital. 

Alexander Leaf, M.D., A.M. (hon.), Jackson Professor of Clini- 
cal Medicine, and Head of the Department at the Massachu- 
setts General Hospital. 

George W. Thorn, M.D., A.M. (hon.), LL.D. (hon.), Sc.D. 
(hon.), Dr. of Med. (hon.), Hersey Professor of the Theory 
and Practice of Physic, and Head of the Department at the 
Peter Bent Brigham Hospital. 

Paul C. Zamecnik, M.D., D.Sc. (hon.), Collis P. Huntington 
Professor of Oncologic Medicine, Director of the J. Collins 
Warren Laboratories of the Huntington Memorial Hospital, 
and Chairman of the Executive Committee of the Depart- 
ments of Medicine. 

Edward F. Bland, M.D., Clinical Professor of Medicine. 

William B. Castle, M.D., S.M. (hon.), M.D. (hon.), S.D. (hon.), 
LL.D., Francis Weld Peabody Faculty Professor of Medicine. 

Lewis Dexter, M.D., Clinical Professor of Medicine, and Tutor 
in Medicine. 

Robert H. Ebert, Dr. Phil., M.D., A.M. (hon.), Professor of 
Medicine, and Dean of the Faculty of Medicine. 

Laurence B. Ellis, M.D., Clinical Professor of Medicine. 

Eugene C. Eppinger, M.D., Clinical Professor of Medicine. 

Kurt J. Isselbacher, M.D., Professor of Medicine at the Massa- 
chusetts General Hospital. 

Alfred Kranes, M.D., Clinical Professor of Aledicine. 

Alexander Marble, M.D., Clinical Professor of Medicine. 

George Nichols, Jr., M.D., Clinical Professor of Medicine. 

Thomas A. Warthin, M.D., Clinical Professor of Medicine. 



HARVARD MEDICAL SCHOOL 

Paul M. Zoll, M.D., Clinical Professor of Medicine. 

Walter H. Abelmann, M.D., Associate Clinical Professor of 
Medicine. 

K. Frank Austen, M.D., Associate Professor of Medicine at the 
Robert B. Brigham Hospital. 

George F. Cahill, Jr., M.D., A.M. (hon.), Associate Professor of 
Medicine at the Peter Bent Brigham Hospital. 

Charles S. Davidson, M.D., CM., A.M. (hon.), Associate Pro- 
fessor of Medicine. 

Kendall Emerson, Jr., M.D., Associate Clinical Professor of 
Medicine. 

A. Stone Freedberg, M.D., Associate Professor of Medicine at 
the Beth Israel Hospital. 

Frank H. Gardner, M.D., Associate Clinical Professor of Medi- 
cine (resigned September 30, 1966). 

Irving H. Goldberg, Ai.D., Ph.D., A.M. (hon.), Associate Pro- 
fessor of Medicine. 

Jerome Gross, M.D., A.M. (hon.), Associate Professor of Medi- 
cine at the Aiassachusetts General Hospital. 

David Hurwitz, M.D., Associate Clinical Professor of Medicine. 

Sidney H. Ingbar, M.D., Associate Professor of Medicine. 

James H. Jandl, M.D., Associate Professor of Aiedicine. 

George S. Kurland, M.D., Associate Clinical Professor of Medi- 
cine. 

Arthur J. Linenthal, M.D., Associate Clinical Professor of 
Medicine. 

Janet W. McArthur, M.D., S.D. (hon.), Associate Clinical 
Professor of Medicine. 

John P. A4errill, M.D., Associate Professor of Medicine at the 
Peter Bent Brigham Hospital. 

Marian W. Ropes, M.D., D.Sc. (hon.), Associate Clinical Pro- 
fessor of Medicine. 

Jesse F. Scott, AID., A.A1 (hon.), Associate Professor of On- 
cologic Medicine (on sabbatical leave July 1, 1966 through 
June 30, 1967). 

Charles L. Short, A4.D., Associate Clinical Professor of A4edicine. 

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MEDICINE 

Louis Zetzel, Al.D., Associate Clinical Professor of Medicine. 

Alan C. Aisenberg, M.D., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Medicine 
at the Massachusetts General Hospital. 

David W. Allen, Al.D., Assistant Professor of Medicine. 

AIark D. Altschule, M.D., Assistant Clinical Professor of Medi- 
cine. 

Myles P. Baker, M.D., Assistant Clinical Professor of Medicine. 

Benjamin M. Banks, M.D., Assistant Clinical Professor of Aledi- 
cine. 

Anthony F. Bartholomay, S.D., Assistant Professor of Alathe- 
matical Biology in the Department of Aiedicine. 

Theodore B. Bayles, Al.D., Assistant Clinical Professor of Aiedi- 
cine. 

William S. Beck, Al.D., Assistant Professor of Aiedicine at the 
Alassachusetts General Hospital. 

Frederick S. Bigelow, Al.D., Assistant Clinical Professor of 
Aiedicine. 

Earle Al. Chapman, AID., Assistant Clinical Professor of Aiedi- 
cine. 

Margaret Conroy, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Alathematical 
Biology in the Department of Aiedicine, and Tutor in Alathe- 
matical Biology. 

John R. David, Al.D., Assistant Professor of Aiedicine at the 
Robert B. Brigham Hospital. 

Harry A. Derow, Al.D., Assistant Clinical Professor of Aiedicine. 

Daniel S. Ellis, M.D., Assistant Clinical Professor of Medicine. 

Daniel D. Federman, Al.D., Assistant Professor of Aiedicine at 
the Alassachusetts General Hospital, and Assistant Dean of 
the Faculty of Aiedicine for Continuing Education. 

Richard A. Field, Al.D., Assistant Professor of Aiedicine at the 
Massachusetts General Hospital (resigned November 30, 
1966). 

Anne P. Forbes, M.D., Assistant Clinical Professor of Medicine. 

Howard S. Frazier, Ph.D., M.D., Assistant Professor of Medicine 
at the Beth Israel Hospital. 

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Dale G. Friend, M.D., Assistant Professor of Medicine at the 
Peter Bent Brigham Hospital. 

Richard Gorlin, M.D., Assistant Professor of Medicine. 

Edgar Haber, M.D., Assistant Professor of Medicine at the 
Massachusetts General Hospital. 

Thomas C. Hall, M.D., Assistant Clinical Professor of Medicine. 

John G. Harter, M.D., Assistant Clinical Professor of Medi- 
cine. 

Roger B. Hickler, M.D., Assistant Professor of Medicine. 

Frederic L. Hoch, M.D., Assistant Professor of Medicine at the 
Peter Bent Brigham Hospital. 

Stephen M. Krane, M.D., Assistant Professor of Medicine at the 
Massachusetts General Hospital. 

Milton Landowne, M.D., Assistant Clinical Professor of Medi- 
cine. 

Jacob Lerman, M.D., Assistant Clinical Professor of Medicine. 

Harold D. Levine, M.D., Assistant Clinical Professor of Medi- 
cine. 

David Littmann, M.D., Assistant Clinical Professor of Medicine. 

Francis C. Lowell, M.D., Assistant Professor of Medicine at the 
Massachusetts General Hospital. 

Farahe Maloof, M.D., Assistant Professor of Medicine at the 
Massachusetts General Hospital. 

Gordon S. Myers, M.D., Assistant Clinical Professor of Medicine. 

Joseph E. F. Riseman, M.D., Assistant Clinical Professor of Medi- 
cine. 

Herbert A. Selenkow, M.D., Assistant Professor of Medicine at 
the Peter Bent Brigham Hospital. 

Morton N. Swartz, M.D., Assistant Professor of Medicine at the 
Massachusetts General Hospital. 

James L. Tullis, M.D., Assistant Clinical Professor of Medicine. 

Warren E. C. Wacker, M.D., Assistant Professor of Medicine : 

Arthur L. Watkins, M.D., Assistant Clinical Professor of Medi- 
cine. 

Roe E. Wells, M.D., Assistant Professor of Medicine. 

D. Michael Young, M.D., Assistant Professor of Biological 

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Chemistry in the Department of Medicine at the Massachu- 
setts General Hospital. 

Kenneth T. Bird, M.D., Lecturer on Medicine. 

Joseph F. Dingman, M.D., Lecturer on Medicine. 

Joseph W. Gardella, M.D., Lecturer on Medicine, and Associate 
Dean of the Faculty of Medicine for Student Affairs. 

Andrew G. Jessiman, M.B., Ch.B., Lecturer on Medicine (from 
September i, 1966). 

John H. Knowles, M.D., Lecturer on Medicine. 

Lucile F. Adamson, Ph.D., Associate in Biological Chemistry in 
the Department of Medicine. 

George E. Altaian, M.D., Clinical Associate in Medicine. 

Ronald A. Arky, M.D., Associate in Medicine. 

Richard H. Aster, M.D., Associate in Medicine, and Tutor in 
Medical Science. 

C. Cabell Bailey, M.D., Clinical Associate in Medicine. 

William H. Baker, M.D., Clinical Associate in Medicine. 

Guy O. Barm it, M.D., Associate in Medicine at the Massachu- 
setts General Hospital. 

Samuel B. Beaser, M.D., Clinical Associate in Medicine. 

Daniel S. Bernstein, M.D., Associate in Medicine. 

Kurt J. Bloch, M.D., Associate in Medicine at the Massachusetts 
General Hospital. 

Richard A. Bloomeield, M.D., Clinical Associate in Medicine. 

Nancy L. R. Bucher, M.D., Clinical Associate in Medicine. 

Walter R. Burack, M.D., Clinical Associate in Medicine. 

James R. Carter, Jr., M.D., Associate in Medicine at the Massa- 
chusetts General Hospital (from January 1, 1967). 

Phin Cohen, M.D., Associate in Medicine (on leave August 15, 
1966 through June 30, 1967). 

Perry J. Culver, M.D., Clinical Associate in Medicine, and As- 
sociate Dean for Admissions of the Faculty of Medicine. 

Frank F. Davidoee, M.D., Associate in Medicine at the Beth Israel 
Hospital. 

A. Ivins C. De Friez, M.D., Clinical Associate in Medicine. 

Roman W. DeSanctis, M.D., Clinical Associate in Medicine. 

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Daniel Deykin, M.D., Associate in Medicine, and Tutor in 
Medical Science. 

Laurence E. Earley, M.D., Associate in Medicine. 

David S. Feingold, M.D., Associate in Medicine at the Beth Israel 
Hospital. 

Jerome W. Fischbein, AI.D., Clinical Associate in Medicine. 

Gerald S. Foster, M.D., Clinical Associate in Medicine. 

Paul Fremont-Smith, M.D., Clinical Associate in Medicine. 

Allan L. Friedlich, AI.D., Clinical Associate in Medicine. 

Ralph S. Goldsmith, M.D., Associate in Medicine. 

Gareth M. Green, M.D., Associate in Medicine. 

Warren R. Guild, M.D., Clinical Associate in Medicine. 

Victor Gurewich, M.D., Clinical Associate in Medicine. 

Dorothea E. W. Hellman, M.D., Clinical Associate in iMedicine. 

Emanuel S. Hellman, M.D., Clinical Associate in Medicine. 

Edgar C. Henshaw, M.D., Associate in Medicine. 

Bernard Al. Jacobson, M.D., Clinical Associate in Medicine. 

Jeremias H. R. Kagi, M.D., Associate in Medicine. 

Rita M. Kelley, M.D., Clinical Associate in Aledicine. 

Bernard Kliman, M.D., Associate in Medicine at the Massachu- 
setts General Hospital. 

David P. Lauler, M.D., Associate in Medicine. 

Leah M. Lowenstein, M.D., Ph.D., Associate in Aledicine (on 
leave October i, 1966 through June 30, 1967). 

Donald B. Martin, AI.D., Associate in Medicine at the Massachu- 
setts General Hospital. 

Dudley AIerrill, M.D., Clinical Associate in Aledicine. 

John A. Mills, M.D., Associate in Medicine at the Massachusetts 
General Hospital. 

John M. AIoses, AID., Associate in Aledicine at the Alassa- 
chusetts General Hospital. 

H. Richard Nesson, AI.D., Clinical Associate in Aledicine. 

Thomas F. O'Brien, AI.D., Clinical Associate in Aledicine. 

Donald E. Oken, AI.D., Associate in Aledicine at the Peter Bent 
Brigham Hospital. 

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Lot B. Page, M.D., Associate in Medicine at the Massachusetts 
General Hospital (resigned September 30, 1966). 

Liber ro P. Pechet, M.D., Associate in Medicine (resigned August 
31, 1966). 

Maurice M. Pechet, Ph.D., M.D., Associate in Medicine at the 
iMassachusetts General Hospital. 

George M. Pike, M.D., Clinical Associate in Medicine. 

Gerald R. Plotkin, M.D., Clinical Associate in Medicine, and 
Tutor in Medical Science. 

Curtis Prout, M.D., Clinical Associate in Medicine. 

Mitchell T. Rankin, AI.D., Associate in Medicine at the Beth 
Israel Hospital. 

Kurt Randkrath, M.D., Associate in Biological Chemistry in 
the Department of Medicine at The Massachusetts General 
Hospital. 

Michael K. Rees, M.D., Associate in Biological Chemistry in the 
Department of Aledicine at the Massachusetts General 
Hospital. 

Dwtght R. Robinson, AI.D., Associate in Medicine at the Massa- 
chusetts General Hospital. 

Stephen H. Robinson, M.D., Associate in Medicine. 

Leon D. Sabath, M.D., Associate in Medicine. 

Seymour M. Sabesin, M.D., Associate in Medicine at the Massa- 
chusetts General Hospital. 

Guillermo C. Sanchez, M.D., Clinical Associate in Medicine. 

Charles A. Sanders, A4.D., Clinical Associate in Medicine. 

Arthur A. Sasahara, M.D., Clinical Associate in Medicine. 

Stuart F. Schlossmann M.D., Associate in Medicine at the Beth 
Israel Hospital. 

Peter H. Schur, M.D., Associate in Medicine at the Robert B. 
Brigham Hospital (from January 1, 1967). 

William J. Shriber, M.D., Clinical Associate in Medicine. 

Philip J. Snodgrass, M.D., Associate in Medicine and Henry A. 
and Camillus Christian Fellow in Medicine. 

Julian G. Snyder, Ph.D., M.D., Clinical Associate in Medicine. 

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William D. Sohikr, Jr., M.D., Clinical Associate in Medicine 
(on leave July i, 1966 through June 30, 1967). 

Norman S. Stearns, M.D., Clinical Associate in iMedicine. 

Samuel Stearns, M.D., Clinical Associate in Medicine. 

Philip Stein metz, M.D., Associate in Medicine at the Beth Israel 
Hospital. 

.Mary L. Stephenson, Ph.D., Associate in Biological Chemistry 
in the Department of Medicine. 

J. Sydney Stillman, Jr., M.D., Clinical Associate in Medicine. 

John D. Stoeckle, M.D., Associate in Medicine at the Massachu- 
setts General Hospital. 

George P. Sturgis, M.D., Clinical Associate in Medicine. 

Melvin I. Sturnick, M.D., Clinical Associate in Medicine. 

David D. Ulmer, M.D., Associate in Medicine, and Tutor in 
Medicine. 

Arnold N. Weinberg, M.D., Associate in Medicine at the Massa- 
chusetts General Hospital. 

Edwin O. Wheeler, M.D., Clinical Associate in Medicine. 

Conger Williams, M.D., Clinical Associate in Medicine. 

Bertram M. Winer, M.D., Clinical Associate in Medicine. 

Ki SNETH A. Woeber, M.B., Ch.B., Associate in Medicine. 

Richard Wolee, M.D., Clinical Associate in Medicine. 

Norman Zamcheck, M.D., Clinical Associate in Medicine. 

Benjamin Alexander, M.D., Lecturer on Medicine (through 
January 31, 1967). 

Pai 1. H. Black, M.D., Lecturer on Medicine (from iMay 1, 1967 
through June 30, 1967). 

Thomas C. Chalmers, Jr., M.D., Lecturer on Medicine. 

Carleton B. Chapman, M.D., Lecturer on Medicine. 

John R. Graham, M.D., Lecturer on Medicine. 

Si ^ mour J. Gray, M.D., Ph.D., Lecturer on Medicine. 

1 1 \rkii t L. Hardy, M.D., Lecturer on Medicine. 

Robin I). Marshall, Ph.D., Visiting Lecturer on A4edicine (from 
September 1, 1966). 

Cari V. Moore, M.D., Visiting Lecturer on iMedicine (from 
February 1, 1967 through February 15, 1967). 

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Albert O. Seeler, M.D., Lecturer on Medicine. 

Louis Shuster, Ph.D., Visiting Lecturer on Medicine. 

Nathan Sidel, M.D., Lecturer on Medicine. 

John B. Stanbury, M.D., Lecturer on Medicine. 

Frederick Stohlman, Jr., M.D., Lecturer on Medicine. 

Maurice B. Strauss, M.D., Lecturer on Medicine. 

Philip A. Tumulty, M.D., Visiting Lecturer on Medicine (from 

February 26, 1967 through March 4, 1967). 
Chester A. Alper, M.D., Research Associate in Medicine. 
Saul Aronow, Ph.D., Research Associate in Medicine. 
Marios C. Balodlmos, M.D., Research Associate in Medicine. 
Thomas U. L. Biber, M.D., Research Associate in Medicine 

(through September 15, 1966). 
Adil E. Birbart, M.D., Research Associate in Medicine (resigned 

November 30, 1966). 
Gordon L. Brownell, Ph.D., Research Associate in Medicine. 
Joan I. Casey, M.D., Research Associate in Medicine. 
Renata E. Cathou, Ph.D., Research Associate in Medicine. 
Albert R. Christlieb, M.D., Research Associate in Medicine. 
William R. Elliott, Ph.D., Research Associate in Medicine 

(from August 15, 1966). 
Araceli M. Engel, Ph.D., Research Associate in Medicine (re- 
signed January 31, 1967). 
Barbara C. George, M.D., Research Associate in Medicine (from 

November 1, 1966). 
Ray E. Gleason, Ph.D., Research Associate in Mathematical 

Biology in the Department of iMedicine. 
Audrey E. Haschemeyer, Ph.D., Research Associate in Medicine. 
Florence W. Haynes, Ph.D., Research Associate in Medicine. 
Hans A. Hochrein, M.D., Research Associate in Medicine (from 

October 1, 1966). 
Mario A. Inchiosa, Jr., Ph.D., Research Associate in Medicine 

(resigned August 31, 1966). 
Barbara W. Kalckar, Ph.D., Research Associate in Bacteriology 

and Immunology in the Department of Medicine (through 

December 31, 1966). 

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Yuet-Wai Kan, M.B., B.S., Research Associate in Aiedicine. 

Shelby Kashket, Ph.D., Research Associate in Medicine. 

Howard G. Knuttgen, Ph.D., Research Associate in Medicine. 

Hans B. Nevinny-Stickel, M.D., Research Associate in Medicine. 

David M. Nitzberg, Sc.D., Research Associate in Biostatistics in 
the Department of Medicine (resigned January 31, 1967). 

Robert Ouellette, Ph.D., Research Associate in Medicine (re- 
signed November 30, 1966). 

Ali A. Pur-Shahriari, M.D., Research Associate in Medicine 
(from September 1, 1966). 

Bernard J. Ransil, Ph.D., M.D., Research Associate in Adedicine. 

Calvin A. Saravis, Ph.D., Research Associate in Biological Chem- 
istry in the Department of Medicine. 

Stephen B. Shohet, M.D., Research Associate in Medicine. 

Bunsiti Simizu, M.D., Research Associate in Medicine. 

Mary J. Spiro, Ph.D., Research Associate in A4edicine. 

Kathleen Stratton, Ph.D., Research Associate in xMedicine. 

Herbert J. Sukenik, Ph.D., iM.D., Research Associate in A4edi- 
cine. 

Marvin L. Tanzer, M.D., Research Associate in Aaedicine. 

Endre A4. Tar jan, Ph.D., Research Associate in Aledicine (from 
August 15, 1966). 

John A. Thomson, A4.D., Research Associate in A4edicine (from 
October 1, 1966). 

Khin M. Tin, A4.B., B.S., Research Associate in Aiedicine (from 
October 1, 1966). 

Samuel Wilensky, Ph.D., Research Associate in A4edicine (from 
August 1, 1966). 

Munehiko Yukioka, M.D., Ph.D., Research Associate in Medicine 

Leona R. Norman Zarsky, M.D., Research Associate in Medicine. 

Americo Abbruzzese, M.D., Instructor in Medicine. 

Irving P. Ackerman, A4.D., Instructor in Aledicine. 

Felix Ades, M.B., Ch.B., Instructor in A4edicine. 

Sidney Alexander, A4.D., Instructor in A4edicine. 

David H. Alpers, AID., Instructor in A4edicine. 

George P. Baker, Jr., M.D., Instructor in Medicine. 

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Lawrence Baker, M.D., D.M.D., Instructor in Medicine. 

Victor G. Balboni, M.D., Instructor in Medicine. 

Edgar D. Bell, Jr., M.D., Instructor in Medicine. 

Patricia H. Benedict, M.D., Instructor in Medicine. 

Edwin D. Bransome, Jr., M.D., Instructor in Medicine (from 

November i, 1966). 
Lewis E. Braverman, M.D., Instructor in Medicine. 
Caesar Briefer, Jr., M.D., Instructor in Medicine. 
Robert E. Brownlee, M.D., Instructor in Medicine. 
John B. Cadigan, Jr., M.D., Instructor in Medicine. 
Edmund J. Callahan, 3RD, M.D., Instructor in Medicine. 
Robert W. Carey, M.D., Instructor in Medicine. 
Charles B. Carpenter, iM.D., Instructor in Medicine. 
Walter H. Caskey, M.D., Instructor in Medicine. 
John W. Cass, Jr., Ph.D., M.D., Instructor in Medicine. 
Melvin H. Chalfen, iM.D., Instructor in Medicine. 
Mortimer M. Civan, M.D., Instructor in A4edicine. 
Milton H. Clifford, M.D., Instructor in Medicine. 
Cecil H. Coggins, M.D., Instructor in Medicine. 
Mark H. Cooley, M.D., Instructor in Medicine. 
Augustus T. Crocker, M.D., Instructor in Medicine. 
Seth C. Crocker, M.D., Instructor in Medicine. 
James F. Cummins, M.D., Instructor in Medicine. 
William C. Elliott, jM.D., Instructor in Medicine. 
Joseph M. St. F. Flanagan, M.B., Ch.B., Instructor in Medicine. 
William Franklin, M.D., Instructor in Medicine. 
Robert E. Fuisz, M.D., Instructor in Medicine. 
Robert K. Funkhouser, M.D., Instructor in Medicine. 
Arthur J. Garceau, M.D., Instructor in Medicine. 
H. Jack Geiger, M.D., Instructor in Medicine. 
Richard J. Glassock, M.D., Instructor in Medicine. 
Kenneth M. Graham, M.D., Instructor in Medicine. 
Mortimer S. Greenberg, M.D., Instructor in Medicine. 
Joseph S. Gryboski, M.D., Instructor in Medicine. 
Edward B. Hager, M.D., Instructor in Medicine. 
Arthur P. Hall, M.D., Instructor in Medicine. 

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Eari i 1. 1 [ammkr, AI.D., Instructor in Aledicine. 
Constantinf L. Hampers, M.D., Instructor in Medicine. 

|ohn W. Harthornk, AI.D., Instructor in Medicine. 

Sam 1 11 R. Himmflhoch, M.D., Instructor in .Medicine. 

Cari A. Hirsch, M.D., Instructor in Medicine. 

Robert B. Holden, M.D., Instructor in Medicine. 

Frank A. Howard, M.D., Instructor in Medicine. 

James H. Jackson, M.D., Instructor in Medicine. 

1 I \kky S. Jacob, M.D., Instructor in Medicine. 

Pai i I. Jaggfr, M.D., Instructor in Aledicine. 

A i w L. Kaitz, M.D., Instructor in Aledicine. 

Paul A. Kantrowitz, M.D., Instructor in Aledicine. 

1 n U.K. \ i -/, M.D., Instructor in Aledicine. 

Shi ldon I). Kaufman, M.D., Instructor in Aledicine. 

Homayoun Kazf.mi, M.D., Instructor in Aledicine. 

Mi i \ in I. Klayman, AI.D., Instructor in Medicine. 

Allan Kliman, AI.D., Instructor in Aledicine. 

Hugh H. Kopald, AI.D., Instructor in Aledicine, and Tutor in 

Medical Science. 
Ji ins Kritzman, AI.D., Instructor in Aledicine. 

I i\(,-k ai Lt, AI.D., Instructor in Aledicine. 
Arthur J. Lockhart, AI.D., Instructor in Aledicine. 
Jason E. Lucas, D.M.D., AI.D., Instructor in Aledicine. 
Cii orge \V. Lynch, AI.D., Instructor in Aledicine. 
Josi i'n E. Mackie, AI.D., Instructor in Aledicine. 
J wii s S. Mansfield, AI.D., Instructor in Aledicine. 
Edwin P. Maynard, 3RD, M.D., Instructor in Medicine. 
L. Tillman McDaniel, AI.D., Instructor in Aledicine. 
W 11 1 iam F. McNeely, M.D., Instructor in Medicine. 

\\ \ku M. Mitchell, Ph.D., AID., Instructor in Aledicine. 

Eugeni Morkin, Jr., AI.D., Instructor in Aledicine. 

Roberi S. Morrison, AI.D., Instructor in Medicine. 

Jom\ I [. VloxLEY, 3D, AI.D., Instructor in Aledicine, and Assistant 

to the Dean of rhc Faculty of Aledicine. 
Hyman L.N vi 1 R.Man, AID., Instructor in Aledicine. 
Larri Nathanson, M.D., Instructor in Aledicine. 

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Avrum M. Novitch, M.D., Instructor in Medicine. 

Carey M. Peters, Al.D., Instructor in Aledicine. 

Arthur S. Pier, Jr., Al.D., Instructor in Medicine. 

Robert S. Pinals, M.D., Instructor in Medicine. 

Joseph Pines, M.D., Instructor in Medicine. 

Anthony J. Piro, Al.D., Instructor in Aledicine. 

Walter W. Point, 3D, M.D., Instructor in Medicine. 

Searle B. Rees, M.D., Instructor in Medicine. 

Edward S. Rendall, M.D., Instructor in Medicine. 

Robert H. Resnick, M.D., Instructor in Medicine. 

Frank F. Richards, M.D., Instructor in Medicine. 

William A. Richards, M.D., Instructor in Medicine. 

Irwin H. Rosenberg, M.D., Instructor in Medicine. 

Dorothy Rubinstein, M.D., Instructor in Medicine. 

Thomas J. Ryan, M.D., Instructor in Medicine. 

Elliot L. Sagall, M.D., Instructor in Medicine. 

Walter T. St. Goar, M.D., Instructor in Medicine. 

Allan I. Sandler, Al.D., Instructor in Medicine. 

Gordon A. Saunders, M.D., Instructor in Medicine. 

Lawrence Saxon, M.D., Instructor in Medicine. 

Robert H. Schapiro, M.D., Instructor in Medicine. 

Peter B. Schneider, iM.D., Instructor in Aledicine. 

John Schulman, Jr., M.D., Instructor in Medicine. 

Norman J. Selverstone, M.D., Instructor in Medicine. 

Hope H. Snider, M.D., Instructor in Medicine (from October 

15, 1966). 
Edward L. Socolow, Al.D., Instructor in Aledicine. 
John S. Soeldner, M.D., Instructor in Aledicine. 
Harold J. Stein, M.D., Instructor in Medicine. 
Samuel W. Stein, M.D., Instructor in Medicine. 
Jurgen Steinke, M.D., Instructor in Medicine. 
Lawrence I. Stellar, M.D., Instructor in Aledicine. 
Richard R. Streiff, Al.D., Instructor in Aledicine. 
Robert H. Talkov, AID., Instructor in Aledicine. 
Samuel O. Thier, M.D., Instructor in Aledicine. 

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HARVARD MEDICAL SCHOOL 

[eremieh G. Tilles, M.D., Instructor in Medicine (from October 

i, 1966). 
Charles Trey, M.B., Ch.B., Instructor in Aaedicine. 
Donald A. Tucker, M.D., Instructor in Medicine. 
Robert B. Ullian, M.D., Instructor in Medicine. 
John C. Wells, Jr., M.D., Instructor in A4edicine. 
Peter M Yurchak, M.D., Instructor in Medicine. 
Jon Abra.ms, M.D., Assistant in Medicine. 
Homayoun Amir-Ahmadi, A4.B., B.S., Assistant in Medicine. 
Julian M. Aroesty, M.D., Assistant in Medicine. 
Jose Bi jar, M.D., Assistant in Medicine (through August 31, 

1966). 
William H. Birchard, iM.D., Assistant in Medicine. 
Peter Braun, M.D., Assistant in Medicine. 
Anthony F. H. Britten, M.B., Ch.B., Assistant in Medicine. 
Joel E. Cannilla, M.D., Assistant in Medicine. 
Robert J. Carey, M.D., Assistant in Medicine. 
Allan J. Criss, M.D., Assistant in Medicine. 
Robert G. Dluhy, M.D., Assistant in Medicine. 
Francis J. Donovan, M.D., Assistant in Medicine. 
Morris Dratch, M.D., Assistant in Medicine (from September 

1, 1966). 
Kenneth Fremont-Smith, M.D., Assistant in Medicine. 
J 01 l C Goldthwait, M.D., Assistant in Medicine. 
Jacob Gottler, M.D., Assistant in Medicine (from September 1, 

1966). 
Michael A. Gravallese, Jr., M.D., Assistant in Medicine. 
Thomas Harcus, ALB., Ch.B., Assistant in A4edicine. 
Ernest A. Higgins, Jr., M.D., Assistant in Medicine. 
Ri ssi !i. L. Ji 1 1 fry, AID., Assistant in A4edicine. 
Andrew I [0 Kang, AID., Assistant in iMedicine. 
Parnag M. Kasarjian, M.D., Assistant in A4edicine (from 

September 1, 1966). 
Lawri \(.\ H. Kedes, M.D., Assistant in Aiedicine. 
Charles S. Keevil, Jr., AID., Assistant in Aaedicine. 
Christian L. Km jng, AID., Assistant in IMedicine. 

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MEDICINE 

Lawrence M. Klainer, M.D., Assistant in Medicine (from Janu- 
ary i, 1967). 

George P. Kozak, M.D., Assistant in Medicine. 

Oliver S. Leland, Jr., M.D., Assistant in Medicine. 

David C. Lewis, M.D., Assistant in Medicine. 

Francois A4artin, M.D., Assistant in Medicine. 

June C. May, M.D., Assistant in Medicine. 

Donald McCaughan, M.D., Assistant in Medicine. 

Richard S. McCray, M.D., Assistant in Medicine. 

James J. Mertz, iM.D., Assistant in Medicine. 

Lawrence M. Miller, M.D., Assistant in Medicine. 

Edward W. Moore, M.D., Assistant in Medicine. 

Robert L. iMoRSE, M.D., Assistant in Medicine. 

John R. Niceforo, M.D., Assistant in Medicine. 

Robert K. Osborne, M.D., Assistant in Medicine. 

David Paine, M.D., Assistant in Medicine. 

Burton J. Polansky, M.D., Assistant in Medicine. 

Sholem Postel, M.D., Assistant in Medicine. 

Richmond Prescott, M.D., Assistant in Medicine. 

Jules R. Schwaber, M.D., Assistant in Medicine. 

Ben Selling, M.D., Assistant in Medicine (from September 1, 
1966). 

David L. Singer, M.D., Assistant in Medicine. 

John H. Sisson, M.D., Assistant in Medicine. 

Burton E. Sobel, M.D., Assistant in Medicine. 

Oscar E. Starobin, M.D., Assistant in Medicine. 

Robert C. Stewart, M.D., Assistant in Medicine. 

Dentse J. Strieder, M.D., Assistant in Aiedicine. 

William E. Strole, Jr., M.D., Assistant in Medicine. 

Jay M. Sullivan, M.D., Assistant in Medicine. 

Richard H. Thurm, M.D., Assistant in Medicine. 

Charles H. Weingarten, M.D., Assistant in Medicine (from 
October 1, 1966). 

John H. Williams, Jr., M.D., Assistant in Medicine. 

Martin J. Wohl, M.D., Assistant in Medicine. 

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HARVARD MEDICAL SCHOOL 

Marvin S. Wool, M.D., Assistant in Medicine (resigned Septem- 
ber 30, 1966). 
Eugene A. Abramson, M.D., Research Fellow in Medicine. 
Kurt G. M. Alberti, M.D., Research Fellow in Medicine (from 

September 1, 1966). 
Douglas V. Almond, M.D., Research Fellow in Medicine (from 

August 1, 1966). 
.Morion E. Alpert, M.D., Research Fellow in Medicine. 
Robert M. Aaiick, M.D., Research Fellow in Medicine. 
Ezra A. Amsterdam, M.D., Research Fellow in ATedicine. 
Raj Kumar Anand, M.D., Research Fellow in Medicine. 
Tosh 10 Aoyagi, M.D., Research Fellow in Medicine (through 

August 31, 1966). 
Alan B. Ashare, M.D., Research Fellow in Medicine. 
Charles H. Asplen, M.D., Research Fellow in Medicine. 
Komanduri M. Ayyangar, Ph.D., Research Fellow in Medicine 

(from September 1, 1966). 
George L. Bailey, M.D., Research Fellow in Medicine. 
Frederick F. Barrett, AID., Research Fellow in Medicine. 
Pierre F. Becker, M.D., Research Fellow in Medicine. 
Louis Belleau, M.D., Research Fellow in Medicine. 
Herbert Benson, M.D., Research Fellow in Medicine. 
Prim Bhardwaj, M.D., Research Fellow in ATedicine (from 

August 1, 1966). 
Si tart F. Blum, AID., Research Fellow in ATedicine. 
Gui \ ther Boden, M.D., Research Fellow in ATedicine. 
William E. Braun, M.D., Research Fellow in ATedicine. 
Rom aim. R. Bruns, Ph.D., Research Fellow in ATedicine. 
M vi 1 hew A. Budd, M.D., Research Fellow in ATedicine. 
David M. Bull, M.D., Research Fellow in ATedicine. 
1 [oward F. Bunn, M.D., Research Fellow in ATedicine (through 

July 31, 1966). 
Hans R. Burgi, M.D., Research Fellow in ATedicine. 
Pai i. I {. Burr, B.S., Research Fellow in ATedicine. 
Marc S. Bygdeman, M.D., Ph.D., Research Fellow in ATedicine. 
Louis R. Caplan, M.D., Research Fellow in ATedicine. 

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MEDICINE 

John M. Carroll, AID., Research Fellow in Medicine. 
Regelio E. Catalan, Ph.D., Research Fellow in Medicine (from 

October i, 1966). 
Narinder P. S. Chawla, M.B., Ch.B., Research Fellow in Medi- 
cine. 
Philip N. Cheifetz, M.D., CM., Research Fellow in Medicine 
Charles M. Clark, Jr., M.D., Research Fellow in Medicine. 
Judith A. Clayton, Ph.D., Research Fellow in Medicine (from 

January 1, 1967). 
Laurence P. Cloud, M.D., Research Fellow in Medicine. 
Linda B. Cohen, Ph.D., Research Fellow in Aiedicine (from 

September 1, 1966). 
Stephen N. Cohen, M.D., Research Fellow in Medicine. 
Richard A. Cooper, M.D., Research Fellow in /Medicine. 
Robert J. Craig, M.B., B.S., Research Fellow in Medicine. 
Stephen J. Curtis, M.D., Research Fellow in Medicine. 
James E. Dalen, M.D., Research Fellow in Medicine. 
Dharam V. Datta, M.D., Research Fellow in Medicine (resigned 

December 31, 1966). 
Daisy S. De Peralta, M.D., Research Fellow in Medicine. 
Donald R. Di Bona, Ph.D., Research Fellow in Medicine. 
Richard S. Dillon, M.D., Research Fellow in Medicine. 
Michael Doyle, M.D., Research Fellow in Medicine. 
Marc H. Dresden, Ph.D., Research Fellow in Medicine (from 

August 1, 1966). 
Patricia A. Drewes, Ph.D, Research Fellow in Medicine. 
Richard J. Duma, M.D., Research Fellow in Medicine. 
Dickson B. Dunlap, M.D., Research Fellow in Medicine. 
Leslie M. Eber, M.D., Research Fellow in Medicine. 
Marvin Edelman, Ph.D., Research Fellow in Medicine (from 

September 1, 1966). 
Murray Epstein, M.D., Research Fellow in Medicine (resigned 

July 15, 1966). 
Eric A. Espiner, M.D., Research Fellow in Medicine. 
Gerald L. Evans, M.D., Research Fellow in Medicine. 

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HARVARD MEDICAL SCHOOL 

Johx M. Evanson, M.B., Ch.B., Research Fellow in Medicine 
(from October i, 1966). 

Ernest L. Fallen, M.D., Research Fellow in Medicine. 

Khaja Fareeduddin, M.B., B.S., Research Fellow in Medicine. 

Allison B. Felarca, M.D., Research Fellow in Medicine. 

Michael Field, M.D., Research Fellow in Medicine. 

Gordon G. Forstner, M.D., Research Fellow in Medicine (re- 
signed July 15, 1966). 

Theodore I. Francis, M.B., B.S., Research Fellow in Medicine 
(from November 1, 1966). 

George L.A. From, M.D., Research Fellow in Medicine (from 
January 1, 1967). 

Norma Gaffud, M.D., Research Fellow in Medicine. 

Pierce Gardner, M.D., Research Fellow in Medicine. 

Jack M. George, M.D., Research Fellow in Medicine (through 
August 19, 1966). 

Edmund H. Geschickter, M.D., Research Fellow in Medicine. 

Robert M. G lick man, M.D., Research Fellow in Medicine. 

John N. Goldman, M.D., Research Fellow in Aaedicine. 

M arise S. Gottlieb, M.D., Research Fellow in Medicine. 

Friedrich A. Gries, M.D., Research Fellow in Medicine (re- 
signed September 24, 1966). 

Jerome H. Grossman, M.D., Research Fellow in Medicine. 

Ronald D. Guttmann, A4.D., Research Fellow in Medicine. 

John A. Haines, Ph.D., Research Fellow in Medicine (resigned 
December 14, 1966). 

William G. M. Hardison, M.D., Research Fellow in Aiedicine. 

Edward D. Harris, Jr., AID., Research Fellow in Adedicine (re- 
signed December 31, 1966). 

Robert A. Heinle, AID., Research Fellow in Aiedicine. 

John W. B. Hershey, Ph.D. Research Fellow in Medicine. 

John P. Herzog, AID., Research Fellow in A4edicine. 

Norman K. Hollenberg, AID., Ph.D., Research Fellow in A4edi- 
cine. 

Frederic G. Hoppin, Jr., M.D., Research Fellow in Medicine. 

Stephen B. Hulley, AID., Research Fellow in Aledicine. 



MEDICINE 

Newton E. Hyslop, Jr., M.D., Research Fellow in Medicine. 
Takehiko Ide, M.D., Research Fellow in Medicine. 
Claude M. Jaxeway, Ph.D., Research Fellow in Medicine. 
Janakiraman Jayaraman, Ph.D., Research Fellow in Medicine. 
John J. Jeffrey, Jr., Ph.D., Research Fellow in Medicine. 
Hugh H. Johnston, Jr., M.D., Research Fellow in Medicine. 
Charles B. Kahn, A4.D., Research Fellow in Medicine. 
Donald E. Kamm, M.D., Research Fellow in Medicine (through 

August 31, 1966). 
Alan S. Keitt, M.D., Research Fellow in Medicine (through 

July 31, 1966). 
Harvey G. Kemp, Jr., M.D., Research Fellow in Medicine. 
Madeline A. Kirchberger, Ph.D., Research Fellow in Medicine 

(from September 1, 1966). 
Ulrich R. Kleeberg, M.D., Research Fellow in Medicine. 
Russell C. Klein, M.D., Research Fellow in Medicine. 
Raymond S. Koff, M.D., Research Fellow in Medicine. 
Raj Kumar, M.B., B.S., Research Fellow in Medicine. 
Paul J. Laraia, M.D., Research Fellow in Medicine. 
Priscilla N. Ligot, M.D., Research Fellow in Medicine. 
David M. Linekin, Ph.D., Research Fellow in Medicine. 
Albert F. LoBuglio, M.D., Research Fellow in Medicine. 
Manuel Lopez, M.D., Research Fellow in Medicine (from 

October 1, 1966). 
Wilhelm F. Lubbe, M.D., Research Fellow in Medicine. 
Ram Khelmwan Mahabir, M.D., Research Fellow in Medicine. 
Denis G. Martin, A4.B., Ch.B. Research Fellow in Aledicine. 
Joseph Anthony AIartino, AID., Research Fellow in Aledicine. 
Charles E. AIcCall, AID., Research Fellow in Medicine. 
Franklin D. AIcDonald, M.D., Research Fellow in Aledicine. 
Keith M. AIcDonald, M.D., Research Fellow in Aledicine. 
Read F. AIcGehee, Jr., AID., Research Fellow in Aledicine. 
AIichael W. AIcGill, AID., Research Fellow in Aledicine. 
Neil AIcIntyre, M.B., B.S., Research Fellow in Aledicine (from 

October 1, 1966). 

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James P. A. McManus, M.B., Ch.B., Research Fellow in Medi- 
cine (from October i, 1966). 

An roNE A. Medeiros, AID., Research Fellow in Medicine. 

Gerald Mf.doff, M.D., Research Fellow in Medicine. 

1 1 nil n Mf.doff, Ph.D., Research Fellow in Medicine (from 
September 1, 1966). 

Orlando L. Meyers, M.B., Ch.B., Research Fellow in Medicine 
( from April 1, 1967). 

George Millfr, M.D., Research Fellow in Medicine. 

Predrag Milosevic, M.D., Research Fellow in Medicine (from 
September 1, 1966). 

Koji Mitsugi, Ph.D., Research Fellow in Medicine (resigned 
August 31, 1966). 

Frederick L. Moolten, M.D., Research Fellow in Medicine. 

Ri ji an Morais, Ph.D., Research Fellow in Medicine. 

Alberto Munoz, M.D., Research Fellow in Medicine (through 
December 31, 1966). 

Scon Murphy, M.D., Research Fellow in Medicine. 

Allen R. Myers, iM.D., Research Fellow in Medicine. 

Robert M. Neer, M.D., Research Fellow in iMedicine. 

Sarah Nevo, M.D., Research Fellow in Medicine (through 
September 30, 1966). 

Claude T. Nuzum, M.D., Research Fellow in Medicine. 

Rom ri K. Ockner, M.D., Research Fellow in Medicine. 

Kaname Odake, M.D., Research Fellow in Aaedicine (resigned 
October 31, 1966). 

I Iiroshi Ohta, M.D., Research Fellow in Medicine. 

Robert P. Orange, M.D., Research Fellow in Medicine. 

Ou\ 1 r ]■'.. Owen, M.D., Research Fellow in Medicine. 

Willy N. Pachas, M.D., Research Fellow in Medicine. 

George L. Pauk, M.D., Research Fellow in Medicine. 

Jack If. Pincus, Ph.D., Research Fellow in A4edicine (from 
October 1, 1966). 

Alberi L. Politoff, M.D., Research Fellow in Aiedicine (re- 
signed July 31, 1966). 

Richard P. Propp, M.D., Research Fellow in Medicine. 

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Andre L. Purnode, M.D., Research Fellow in Medicine (from 

August i, 1966). 
Luka Rabadjija, M.D., Research Fellow in Medicine. 
Alberto Ramirez, M.D., Research Fellow in Medicine. 
Alan H. Rapoport, M.D., Research Fellow in Medicine. 
Eugenio Rasio, M.D., Research Fellow in Medicine (through 

November 15, 1699). 
Alla R. Reddy, Ph.D., Research Fellow in Medicine. 
Samuel Refetoff, M.D., CM., Research Fellow in Medicine. 
Gary L. Robertson, M.D., Research Fellow in Medicine. 
John B. Rodgers, Jr., M.D., Research Fellow in Medicine 

(through August 31, 1966). 
Fernando G. Rojas, M.D., Research Fellow in Medicine (re- 
signed August 31, 1966). 
Lenor Rojas-Benavides, M.D., Research Fellow in Medicine. 
Barbara J. Rosen, M.D., Research Fellow in Medicine. 
Juerg-Peter Rosenbusch, M.D., Research Fellow in Medicine 

(resigned September 15, 1966). 
Shaun J. Ruddy, M.D., Research Fellow in Medicine. 
Neil B. Ruderman, M.D., Research Fellow in Medicine. 
Martin Sarner, M.B., Research Fellow in Medicine (from 

September 1, 1966). 
Badri N. Saxena, M.D., Research Fellow in Medicine. 
Klaus F. R. Schiller, M.B., Ch.B., Research Fellow in Medicine 

(resigned November 22, 1966). 
Howard J. Schwartz, M.D., Research Fellow in Medicine. 
Larry G. Seidl, M.D., Research Fellow in iMedicine. 
James C. Shelburne, M.D., Research Fellow in Medicine. 
Cynthia K. Silbert, M.D., Research Fellow in Medicine. 
Richard J. Sobel, iM.D., Research Fellow in Medicine. 
Theodore E. Spielberg, M.D., Research Fellow in Medicine. 
Daniel J. Stechschulte, M.D., Research Fellow in Medicine 

(resigned August 31, 1966). 
Neal H. Steigbigel, jM.D., Research Fellow in Medicine. 
Gary F. Stein, M.D., Research Fellow in Medicine. 
James D. Steinberg, M.D., Research Fellow in Medicine. 

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James M. Streeto, iM.D., Research Fellow in Medicine. 
Yolando Q. M. Sulit, M.D., Research Fellow in Medicine. 
Richard C. Talamo, M.D., Research Fellow in Medicine. 
Kay Tanaka, M.D., Research Fellow in Medicine. 
Gilbert T. Thiel, M.D., Research Fellow in Medicine. 
Gilbert R. Thompson, M.B., B.S., Research Fellow in Medicine 

(from September i, 1966). 
James R. Tillotson, M.D., Research Fellow in Medicine. 
John S. Tryphonopoulos, M.D., Research Fellow in Medicine. 
Joseph R. Tucci, M.D., Research Fellow in Medicine. 
Yong Uahwatanasakul, M.D., Research Fellow in Medicine. 
Martin D. Valentine, M.D., Research Fellow in Medicine. 
Francis A. Waldvogel, M.D., Research Fellow in Medicine 

(from October 1, 1966). 
Ian L. Weatherall, Ph.D., Research Fellow in Medicine. 
Dale A. Webster, Ph.D., Research Fellow in Medicine. 
Richard L. Weinstein, AID., Research Fellow in Medicine 

(from September 1, 1966). 
Robert F. Williams, M.D., Research Fellow in Medicine. 
Steven Wolfson, M.D., Research Fellow in Medicine. 
Mohammed Akbarian, M.D., Teaching Fellow in Medicine. 
Joseph A. Chazan, M.D., Teaching Fellow in Aledicine. 
Albert R. Deep, AID., Teaching Fellow in Aledicine. 
Richard C. Gardner, AID., Teaching Fellow in Aledicine. 
Stephen E. Goldeinger, AID., Teaching Fellow in Aaedicine. 
John A. Kastor, M.D., Teaching Fellow in Aledicine. 
Robert C. Leinbach, Al.D., Teaching Fellow in Aledicine. 
Robi i< 1 1 1. AIcCollough, Al.D., Teaching Fellow in Aledicine. 
James C. McFarland, Al.D., Teaching Fellow in Aledicine. 
Ai Bi rj S. Most, Al.D., Teaching Fellow in Aledicine. 
Wong C. Pino, M.D., Teaching Fellow in Aledicine (through 

September 30, 1966). 
J01 1 P. Schrank, M.D., Teaching Fellow in Aledicine. 
Charles L. Schulman, Al.D., Teaching Fellow in Aledicine. 
Pai i. S. Schwartz, AID., Teaching Fellow in Aledicine. 
Kiwi in I. Shim, M.D., Teaching Fellow in Aledicine. 

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Charles B. Smith, M.D., Teaching Fellow in Medicine. 
William B. Stason, M.D., Teaching Fellow in Medicine. 
Henry W. Vaillam, M.D., Teaching Fellow in Medicine. 
Michel B. Vallotton, M.D., Teaching Fellow in Medicine. 
Egils Ververbrants, M.D., Teaching Fellow in iMedicine. 
Michael D. Waterfield, Ph.D., Teaching Fellow in Medicine 

(from January i, 1967). 
Dana E. Wilson, M.D., Teaching Fellow in Medicine. 
Richard P. Zimox, M.D., Teaching Fellow in Medicine. 



Affiliated: 

Neil L. Crone, M.D., Professor of Business Administration, and 
Director of the Business School Health Service. 

Dana L. Farnsworth, M.D., Henry K. Oliver Professor of Hy- 
giene, and Director of University Health Services. 

Herman M. Kalckar, M.D., Ph.D., Professor of Biological Chem- 
istry at the Massachusetts General Hospital. 

Lewis L. Engel, Ph.D., Professor of Biological Chemistry, and 
Permanent Faculty Fellow of the American Cancer Society. 

Henry M. Fox, M.D., Associate Clinical Professor of Psychiatry. 

Roger W. Jeanloz, D.Sc, Associate Professor of Biological 
Chemistry 7 at the Massachusetts General Hospital. 

Edward H. Kass, Ph.D., M.D., Associate Professor of Bacteriol- 
ogy and Immunology. 

Edgar B. Taft, M.D., Associate Clinical Professor of Pathology. 

Stanley J. Adelstein, M.D., Philip H. Cook Fellow in Radiology, 
and Assistant Professor of Anatomy. 

Sidney Leskowitz, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Bacteriology and 
Immunology at the Massachusetts General Hospital. 

Sidney V. Rieder, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Biological Chem- 
istry at the Massachusetts General Hospital. 

Benedict F. Massell, M.D., Lecturer on Pediatrics. 

Jerome O. Klein, M.D., Associate in Pediatrics. 

William J. Reddy, D.Sc, Associate in Biological Chemistry at 
the Peter Bent Brigham Hospital. 

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Annette M. C. Rapin, Ph.D., Research Associate in Biological 
Chemistry. 



Required Courses 

The time griven to the Department of Medicine begins for the entire 
class in the second half of the second year and continues thereafter so 
that each student spends about one third to one quarter of his third 
and fourth years in the study of medicine. Additional time is pro- 
vided for instruction in the Departments of Dermatology, Neu- 
rology, and Psychiatry. The techniques of instruction by the Depart- 
ment of Medicine include lectures, amphitheatre clinics, laboratory ex- 
ercises and practical work in outpatient departments and wards. The 
major teaching is done in the outpatient departments and wards with 
one to four students per instructor so that (personalized) individual 
teaching is emphasized. Throughout, an effort is made to correlate the 
clinical aspects of patients with the pathophysiologic disturbances 
w hich have resulted in the patient's illness and to establish in the 
student's mind the importance of care and precision in diagnostic and 
therapeutic methods as best applied to fellow human beings in our 
complex society. 



Medicine. Second Year. — During the second half of the. second 
year, the Department of Medicine in cooperation with the Depart- 
ments of Pathology, Pharmacology, Surgery and others participates 
in the teaching of pathologic physiology. This course provides an 
integrated approach to understanding the basic principles of disease 
and includes intensive instruction in laboratory methods. Accom- 
panying the instruction in pathologic physiology, a course is given 
in the study of the patient by history taking and physical examination. 
For this instruction, the students are divided into groups of four and 
assigned to the four general hospitals. 

Medicine. Introduction to the Clinic. — Beginning in the academic 

year 1964-1965 the third year was replaced by a twelve week course 

ntitled Introduction to the Clinic. This is planned as an intensive 

lining period to provide the student with the essential information, 

the patient and from the laboratory, necessary for evaluation, 

•sis and management of the patient's problems. The class is 

divided among the four major teaching hospitals and the students 

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spend the entire twelve week period at one institution. The teaching 
time during this twelve week period is equally divided between Medi- 
cine (including Dermatology, Neurology, Pediatrics, and Psychiatry) 
and Surgery (including Neurosurgery, Obstetrics and Gynecology, 
Orthopedics, and Urology). The teaching in Medicine is done almost 
entirely on the wards and in the outpatient clinics, with students 
assigned individual patients and their physical examinations and his- 
tory taking supervised by instructors. In addition to the emphasis on 
obtaining information from the patients, the students, in small groups 
of two or three, have weekly conferences with their instructors to 
discuss pathophysiologic and psychopathologic mechanisms pertaining 
to their patients. Weekly clinics are conducted by the senior medical 
staff at each hospital for the students assigned to that hospital. 

Medicine. Principal Clinical Year. — Following the Introduction to 
the Clinic the students enter the Principal Clinical Year, during 
which they receive three months of Medicine in one of the four major 
teaching hospitals. During this period they serve as clinical clerks, 
functioning together with the intern and resident staff on the wards 
and in the clinics, and sharing responsibility in the study and treatment 
of patients under careful supervision. Daily rounds are made with a 
senior staff physician and patients are presented and thoroughly dis- 
cussed. 

Medicine. Fourth Year Elective Period. — The last five months, 
which follow the Principal Clinical Year, have been set aside to allow 
the student to take courses of his own choosing. The Department of 
Medicine offers a wide range of elective courses. The courses are of 
variable duration, from one to five months. Many one month courses 
are designed to afford the opportunity for students, individually or in 
small groups, to work in a specialty area of Medicine so as to broaden 
and deepen their clinical training. Some courses are offered in colla- 
boration with other departments. Opportunities are provided for 
research within the Department of Medicine and the student who 
wishes to devote the total period to research may arrange to do so. 

Facilities for Instruction 

The instruction is given at the Medical School, the Beth Israel 
Hospital, the Boston City Hospital, the Massachusetts General Hos- 
pital and the Peter Bent Brigham Hospital, as well as in several other 

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hospitals devoted to special purposes. In these hospitals abundant and 
varied clinical material is available for the conduct of numerous 
exercises. 

SECOND YEAR HOURS 

Pathologic phvsiology, including lectures and laboratory exer- 
cises. Dr. Freiman (Department of Pathology), Chairman, 
and Drs. Abelmann, Ingbar, Isselbacher, Jandl, Kazemi, 
Krane, and other members of the Department of Medicine 
together with members of the Departments of Pathology, 
Pharmacology, Surgery, Obstetrics and Gynecology, Pedi- 
atrics, Neurology, Psychiatry, and Radiology. 538 

Introductory medicine consists largely of instruction in the ex- 
amination of the patient. Clinical experience is gained by 
students in groups of four assigned to each instructor for 
three hours on two mornings a week during the second 
semester. Dr. Chapman (Chairman) and coordinators at the 
participating hospitals: Dr. Rosoff at the B.I.H.; Dr. Kass 
at the B.C.H.; Dr. W. H. Baker at the M.G.H.; and Dr. 
Lauler at the P.B.B.H. 

Together, these two courses occupy eight half-days per week 
during the second semester. 

INTRODUCTION TO THE CLINIC 

Lectures and clinics on selected topics in internal medicine. 
Drs. Finland, Hiatt, Leaf, Thorn, and Associates. 

Exercises in sections are held in the wards and outpatient depart- 
ments at the general hospitals connected with the Medical 
School. The coordinator of this instruction is Dr. Leaf. 
Directly in charge at the B.I.H., Drs. A. S. Freedberg and 
Plotkin; at the B.C.H., Drs. Davidson and Abelmann; at 
the M.G.H., Dr. Foster; and at the P.B.B.H., Dr. Merrill. 
Students are divided into groups of two or three per instruc- 
tor and devote one-half of the twelve weeks of Introduction 
to the Clinic to Medicine. 

principal clinical year 
Clinical clerkships, three months, at B.I.H. (Drs. Hiatt, Nesson 
and Associates); B.C.H. (Drs. Finland, Davidson, and Asso- 

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ciates); M.G.H. (Dr. Leaf and Associates); P.B.B.H. (Drs. 
Thorn, Ulmer and Associates). 

Fourth Year Elective Courses* 

BLOCK COURSES 

50 1 M. Infectious Diseases. Dr. Feingold. 

502M. Hematology I. Drs. Alexander, Pechet, Bennett, Robinson, and 

SCHLOSSMAN. 

503 M Gastroenterology I. Drs. L. Zetzel, Plotkin, Banks, Klayman, 

Fischbein, and Resnick. 
505M. Vascular Diseases I. Dr. Deykin. 
506M. Cardiology. Drs. A. S. Freedberg, Kurland, Linenthal, Zoll, and 

R. Wolff. 
508M. Endocrinology and Metabolism. Drs. Goldberg and D. Hellman. 
509M. Renal and Electrolyte Disorders. Drs. H. Frazier and Nesson. 
510M. Cardiology I. Drs. Abelmann, Ellis, and Associates. 
51 iM. Diabetes and Metabolism I. Drs. Hurwitz, Arky, and Associates. 
512A1. Endocrinology I. Dr. Ingbar and Associates. 
513M. Hematology I. Drs. Jandl, Castle, and Associates. 
514M. Clinical Liver Disease and Gastroenterology. Drs. Davidson, 

Zamcheck, and Associates. (Sa?ne course as Pathology $nM.) 
515M. Disturbances of Nutrition in Clinical Medicine. Dr. Davidson and 

Associates. 
516M. Kidney Disease and Electrolyte Metabolism. Dr. Earley and 

Associates. 
517M. Cardiovascular Diseases I. Drs. Haber, Page, W. G. Austen, and 

Associates. 
518M. Diabetes I. Dr. Field and Associates. 

519M. Gastrointestinal Diseases I. Dr. Isselbacher and Associates. 
520M. Hematology. Dr. Beck and Associates. 
52 1 M. Pulmonary Diseases I. Dr. Kazemi and Associates. 
522M. Renal Diseases I. Dr. Leaf and Associates. 
52 3 M. Thyroid Disease I. Dr. Stanbury and Associates. 
524M. Arthritis I. Dr. Krane and Associates. 
525M. Endocrinology I. Dr. Federman and Associates. 
526M. General Endocrinology. Dr. Federman and Associates. 
527M. Infectious Disease I. Dr. Swartz and Associates. 
528M. Cardiology and Cardiovascular Regulation. Drs. Gorlin, Hickler, 

Lauler and Elliott. 
530M. Endocrinology — iMetabolism. Drs. Cahill, Soeldner, and Steinke. 
53 1 M. Endocrinology — Metabolism. Dr. Marble. 
532M. Endocrinology — Metabolism. Dr. Dingman. 
533M. Endocrinology — Metabolism. Drs. Lauler and Thorn. 
534M. Endocrinology — Metabolism. Dr. Selenkow. 

* See A Schedule of Fourth Year Elective Courses 1966-196-] for additional 
information. 

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J35M. Gastroenterology. Dr. Snodgrass and Associates. 

537M. Microbiology. Dr. O'Brien. 

538M. Renal and Cardiorenal. Dr. Merrill. 

539M. Comprehensive Medical Care I. Drs. Farnsworth, Prout, Crone, 
Postel, and Associates of the Health Services of Harvard University. 

J40M. Dermatology I. Dr. I. Freedberg. (Same course as Dermatology 
5 oiM.) 

J41M. Functional Anatomy, Biomechanics, and Reconstructive Surgery. 
Drs. Kermond and Pierce. (Same course as Orthopedic Surgery 
S04M.) 

542M. Advanced Internal Medicine. Dr. Finland and Associates. 

543M. Advanced Medicine. Drs. Warthin, Littmann, Sasahara, and As- 
sociates. 

544M. Cardiology, Electrocardiography. Dr. Littmann and Associates. 

545M. Infectious Diseases. Drs. Kass, Finland, and Associates. 

547M. Clinical Clerkship on the Private Service of the M.G.H. Dr. A. 
Kranes. 

548M. Clinical Gastrointestinal Disease. Drs. Culver, Ellis, and Point. 

549M. Clinical Cardiology. Dr. Dexter. 

550M. Clinical Cardiology. Dr. Gorlin. 

55 1. M. Advanced Internal Medicine. Dr. Hurwitz and Associates. 

>>:M. General Medicine. Drs. Nichols, E. S. Hellman and Associates. 



BLOCK COURSES — RESEARCH 

801. Research in Neoplastic Diseases. Drs. Hiatt, Henshaw, and Hirsch. 

802. Hematology II. Drs. Alexander, Pechet, Bennett, Robinson, and 

SCHLOSSMAN. 

803. Gastroenterology II. Dr. Plotkin. 

805. Vascular Diseases II. Dr. Deykin. 

806. Cardiac Research. Biochemistry of Cardiac Muscle Proteins. Dr. 
Inchiosa. 

807. Cardiac Research. Experimental Hemodynamics in Altered Metabolic 
States. Drs. Kurland and A. S. Freedberg. 

808. Cardiac Research. Cardiac Rhythmicity. Drs. Zoll and Linenthal. 

809. Research in Endocrinology. Dr. Goldberg. 

810. Research in Renal and Electrolyte Disorders. Dr. Frazier. 

811. Bacteriology and Immunology. Dr. Kass and Associates. 

812. Cardiology II. Dr. Abelmann and Associates. 
- ; I ndocrinology II. Dr. Ingbar and Associates. 

815. Hematology II. Drs. Jandl, Castle, and Associates. 

B16. Pathophysiology of Liver and Gastrointestinal Diseases. Drs. David- 
son, VIcDermott, Zamcheck, and Associates. (Same course as Pathol- 
ogy 806 and Surgery 815.) 

817. Nutritional Disease. Dr. Davidson and Associates. 

HiH. Renal Diseases and Electrolytes. Dr. Earley and Associates. 

B19. Cardiovascular Diseases II. Drs. Haber, Page, W. G. Austen, and 

AsSfK.I \||,S. 



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Diabetes II. Dr. Field and Associates. 

Gastrointestinal Diseases II. Dr. Isselbacher and Associates. 

Hypertension. Dr. Page and Associates. 

Pulmonary Diseases II. Dr. Kazemi and Associates. 

Renal Diseases II. Dr. Leaf and Associates. 

Thyroid Disease II. Dr. Stanbury and Associates. 

Arthritis II. Dr. Krane and Associates. 

Endocrinology II. Dr. Federman and Associates. 

Infectious Disease II. Dr. Swartz and Associates. 

Immunochemistry. Dr. Harter. 

Hypertension. Dr. Hickler. 

Endocrinology — Metabolism. Drs. Cahill, Soeldner, and Steinke. 

Endocrinology — Metabolism. Dr. Dingman. 

Endocrinology — Metabolism. Drs. Lauler and Thorn. 

Endocrinology — Metabolism. Dr. Nichols. 

Endocrinology — Metabolism. Dr. Selenkow. 

Research in Mathematical Biology. Dr. Bartholomay. 

Microbiology. Dr. O'Brien. 

Dermatology II. Dr. I. M. Freedberg. (Same course as Dermatology 

801.) 

Gastrointestinal Disease II. Dr. Zamcheck and Associates. (Same 

course as Pathology 807.) 

Medical Applications in Computer Sciences. Dr. Barnett and Staff. 

Mechanism of Action of Calorigenic Hormones. Dr. Hoch. 

longitudinal courses 
Advances in Medicine. 

Advanced Pathophysiology. Dr. Finland and Associates. 
Atopic Allergic Disease. Dr. Lowell and Associates. 
Allergy. Dr. Harter. 
Electrocardiography. Dr. H. D. Levine. 
Microcirculation and Rheology of Blood. Dr. Wells. 
Endocrinology — Metabolism. Dr. Emerson. 
Biomathematics. Dr. Bartholomay. 
Computer Methods. Dr. Bartholomay. 

Comprehensive Medical Care II. Drs. Farnsworth, Prout, Crone, 
Postel, and Associates of the Health Services of Harvard University. 
Clinical and Investigative Gastroenterology. Dr. Osborne and Associ- 
ates and Dr. Zamcheck and Associates. (Sa?ne course as Surgery 703.) 
Pharmacotherapeutics. Dr. J. Koch-Weser, Associates, and Members 
of the Department of Medicine. (Same course as Pharmacology 
702.) 



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Department of Neurobiology 

Stephen W. Kuffler, M.D., A.M. (hon.), M.D. (hon.), Rob- 
ert Winthrop Professor of Neurobiology and Head of the 
Department. 

Edwin J. Furshpan, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Neurobiology. 

David D. Potter, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Neurobiology. 

Edward A. Kravitz, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Neurobiology. 

Robert B. Bosler, Research Associate in Neurobiology. 

Anthony O. W. Stretton, Ph.D., Research Associate in Neuro- 
biology. 

Judson D. Sheridan, D.Phil., Instructor in Neurobiology. 

Monroe W. Cohen, Ph.D., Research Fellow in Neurobiology. 

Hersch M. Gerschenfeld, M.D., Research Fellow in Neuro- 
biology (from September i, 1966). 

Clarke R. Slater, Ph.D., Research Fellow in Neurobiology. 

Peter Sterling, Ph.D., Research Fellow in Neurobiology (from 
September 1, 1966). 

Kumtaro Takahashi, M.D., Ph.D., Research Fellow in Neuro- 
biology (from January 1, 1967). 

Barbara G. Wickelgren, Ph.D., Research Fellow in Neuro- 
biology (from September 1, 1966). 

Required Course 

Neurobiology A. First Year. — Lectures, demonstrations, labora- 
tory exercises, and conferences, given in collaboration with the De- 
partment of Anatomy. Structure and function are discussed con- 
currently and related to each other. The anatomy of the nervous 
system is described from the level of the fine structure of single 
cells to surface features of the brain; the physiology from ionic 
permeability of the nerve cell membrane and synaptic chemistry to 
integrative activities of the central nervous system. The importance 
of the cellular connections is emphasized both from physiological and 
anatomical points of view, certain well-studied systems are studied in 
detail. 

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FIRST YEAR HOURS 

Lectures. Drs. Kuffler, Palay, and Associates. One or two 
hours per day, Monday through Saturday, during the last 
five weeks (intensive) of the second semester. 

Laboratory work and conferences. Drs. Kuffler, Palay, and 
Associates. i 78 

Fourth Year Elective Course* 

longitudinal course 
701. Physiology and Chemistry of Synaptic Transmission. Drs. Kuffler, 
Furshpan, D. D. Potter, and Kravitz. (Same course as Neurophysiol- 
ogy and N europharmacology 50/, Faculty of Arts and Sciences.) 

* See A Schedule of Fourth Year Elective Courses 1966-1967 for additional 
information. 



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Department of Neurology 



Raymond D. Adams, M.D., A.M., (hon.), Bullard Professor of 
Neuropathology, and Head of the Department of Neurology 
at the Massachusetts General Hospital and Chairman of the 
Executive Committee of the Department of Neurology. 

Charles F. Barlow, M.D., A.M. (hon.), Bronson Crothers 
Professor of Neurology, and Head of the Department at 
The Children's Hospital. 

Derek E. Denny-Brown, Dr. Phil., M.D., A.M. (hon.), James 
Jackson Putnam Professor of Neurology, and Head of the 
Department at the Boston City Hospital. 

Alfred Pope, M.D., Professor of Neuropathology at the McLean 
Hospital. 

Charles M. Fisher, M.D., Associate Clinical Professor of 
Neurology. 

Robert S. Schwab, M.D., Associate Clinical Professor of Neurol- 
ogy. 

Karl E. Astrom, M.D., Visiting Assistant Professor of Neuro- 
pathology (from September i, 1966). 

Philip R. Dodge, M.D., Assistant Professor of Neurology at the 
.Massachusetts General Hospital. 

Pierre M. Dreyfus, M.D., Assistant Professor of Neurology at 
the Massachusetts General Hospital. 

Mary L. S. Efron, M.D., Assistant Professor of Neuropathology 
at the Massachusetts General Hospital. 

Simeon Locke, M.D., Assistant Professor of Neurology. 

Cesare T. Lombroso, M.D., Assistant Clinical Professor of Neu- 
rology. 

Edward P. Richardson, Jr., M.D., Assistant Professor of Neuro- 
pathology at the Massachusetts General Hospital. 

Flaviu C. A. Romanul, M.D., Assistant Professor of Neurology. 

Murray Sidman, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Psychology in the 
Department of Neurology at the Massachusetts General 
Hospital. 

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Richard L. Sidman, M.D., Assistant Professor of Neuropathology. 

William H. Timberlake, M.D., Assistant Clinical Professor of 
Neurology. 

H. Richard Tyler, M.D., Assistant Professor of Neurology. 

Henry df.F. Webster, M.D., Assistant Professor of Neuro- 
pathology at the Massachusetts General Hospital (resigned 
August 31, 1966). 

Samuel H. Epstein, M.D., Clinical Associate in Neurology. 

Sid Gilman, M.D., Associate in Neurology. 

Chaim I. Mayman, M.D., Associate in Neurology at the Beth 
Israel Hospital. 

Hugo W. Moser, M.D., Associate in Neurology at the Massa- 
chusetts General Hospital. 

Joseph P. Van Der Meulen, M.D., Associate in Neurology. 

James D. Robertson, M.D., Lecturer on Neuropathology 
(through December 31, 1966). 

John S. Barlow, S.M., M.D., Research Associate in Neurology. 

Helen H. Hess, A4.D., Research Associate in Neuropathology. 

Jeanne-Claudie Larroche, M.D., Research Associate in Neuro- 
pathology (resigned September 30, 1966). 

Harry A. Mackay, Ph.D., Research Associate in Psychology in 
the Department of Neurology. 

Michael J. Malone, M.D., Research Associate in Neurology. 

Barbara A. Ray, Ph.D., Research Associate in Psychology in 
the Department of Neurology. 

Remedios K. Rosales, M.D., Research Associate in Neuropa- 
thology. 

Maria Z. Salam, M.D., Research Associate in Neuropathology. 

Janice R. Stevens, M.D., Research Associate in Neurology (from 
September 1, 1966). 

Lawrence T. Stoddard, Ph.D., Research Associate in Psychology 
in the Department of Neurology. 

Barry G. W. Arnason, M.D., Instructor in Neurology. 

Arthur K. Asbury, A4.D., Instructor in Neurology. 

Mandel E. Cohen, M.D., Instructor in Neurology. 

Robert W. P. Cutler, M.D., Instructor in Neurology. 

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David M. Dawson, M.D., Instructor in Neurology. 

Albert C. England, Jr., M.D., Instructor in Neurology. 

Robert G. Feldman, M.D., Instructor in Neurology. 

Thomas C. Fleming, AID., Instructor in Neurology. 

Floyd H. Gilles, AID., Instructor in Neurology. 

Barbara A. AIella, AID., Instructor in Neurology. 

Leonard D. Osler, M.B., Ch.B., Instructor in Neurology. 

Donald H. Osterberg, AID., Instructor in Neurology. 

Vincent P. Perlo, AI.D., Instructor in Neurology. 

Ernest H. Picard, M.D., Instructor in Neurology. 

Arthur L. Prensky, AID., Instructor in Neurology. 

Norman P. Rosman, M.D., CAT, Instructor in Neurology. 

Frederick J. Samaha, AID., Instructor in Neurology. 

Mary L. L. Scholl, AI.D., Instructor in Neurology. 

Bertram Selyerstone, A4.D., Instructor in Neuropathology. 

John F. Sullivan, M.D., Instructor in Neurology. 

Karel van S. Toll, A4.D., Instructor in Neurology. 

Gordon V. Watters, At.D., Instructor in Neurology. 

C 1 1 kald F. Winkler, A4.D., Instructor in Neurology. 

Robert E. Flynn, AI.D., Assistant in Neurology. 

Antonio V. Lorenzo, Ph.D., Assistant in Pharmacology in the 
Department of Neurology. 

Benjamin Matzilevich, A4.D., Assistant in Neurology. 

Parker A. Towle, AI.D., Assistant in Neurology. 

Alvan R. Schwartz, AI.D., Assistant in Neurology. 

Israel F. Abroms, M.B., Ch.B., Research Fellow in Neurology. 

Naim K. Atallah, AI.D., Research Fellow in Neurology. 

John R. Baringer, AI.D., Research Fellow in Neuropathology, 

Norman H. Bass, AID., Research Fellow in Neuropathology. 

Richard P. Boggs, AID., Research Fellow in Neurology. 

Ai.i rid W. Brann, Jr., AID., Research Fellow in Neurology. 

Fredric K. Cantor, A4.D., Research Fellow in Neurology. 

Verni S. Caviness, Jr., M.D., D.Phil., Research Fellow in 
Neurology. 

Mk. iixii. K. Cohen, AID., Research Fellow in Neurology (re- 
signed October 31, 1966). 

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Gerald H. Cohn, ALD., Research Fellow in Neurology (from 
September i, 1966). 

Joven R. Cuanang, ALD., Research Fellow in Neurology. 

George R. DeLong, ALD., Research Fellow in Neuropathology. 

Laurent Descarries, M.D., Research Fellow in Neuropathology 
(resigned December 31, 1966). 

Darryl C. DeVivo, M.D., Research Fellow in Neurology. 

Frank H. Duffy, ALD., Research Fellow in Neurology. 

John M. Eaton, M.D., Research Fellow in Neurology. 

Giuseppe Erba, M.D., Research Fellow in Neurology. 

Michafx L. Finerty, ALD., Research Fellow in Neurology. 

Marvin A. Fishman, M.D., Research Fellow in Neurology. 

Generoso G. Gascon, ALD., Research Fellow in Neurology. 

Paul Gertler, M.D., Research Fellow in Neurology. 

Mary A. Giambattista-Ampola, M.D., Research Fellow in 
Neurology. 

John P. Greenberg, ALD., Research Fellow in Neurology. 

John F. Griffith, M.D., Research Fellow in Neuropathology. 

John P. Hammerstad, M.D., Research Fellow in Neurology. 

Rebecca A. Hanson, M.D., Research Fellow in Neurology. 

Klaus-Peter Herberg, M.D. (equiv.), Research Fellow in Neu- 
rology (through A4arch 15, 1967). 

Thomas L. Kemper, ALD., Research Fellow in Neuropathology. 

Edwin H. Kolodny, ALD., Research Fellow in Neurology. 

Donald J. Kurtz, ALD., Research Fellow in Neurology. 

Raymond J. Laser, Ph.D., Research Fellow in Neuropathology 
(from September 1, 1966). 

Harvey L. Levy, M.D., Research Fellow in Neurology. 

James I. A4anson, ALB., B.S., Research Fellow in Neurology. 

Joest W. AIartinius, ALD., Research Fellow in Neurology 
(through September 30, 1966). 

William I. A4cDonald, ALB., Ch.B., Research Fellow in Neurol- 
ogy (through September 15, 1966). 

Donald R. McLean, M.D., Research Fellow in Neurology. 

James G. A4cLeod, ALB., B.S., Dr. Phil., Research Fellow in 
Neurology (through September 15, 1966). 

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Hubert S. Mickel, M.D., Research Fellow in Neurology. 

Jay P. Mohr, M.D., Research Fellow in Neuropathology. 

Michael J. Moore, M.D., Research Fellow in Neuropathology. 

Sean F. .Murphy, M.B., Ch.B., Research Fellow in Neurology. 

Gary J. .Myers, M.D., Research Fellow in Neurology. 

Andrea H. Nash, M.D., Research Fellow in Neurology. 

Mool P. Nigam, M.D., Research Fellow in Neurology. 

William H. Olson, Jr., M.D., Research Fellow in Neurology. 

Shya.m S. Pant, M.B., B.S., Research Fellow in Neurology. 

John M. S. Pearce, M.B., Ch.B., Research Fellow in Neuro- 
pathology (through December 31, 1966). 

Alan L. Pearlman, M.D., Research Follow in Neurology. 

George Pearlstein, jM.D., Research Fellow in Neurology. 

Ca.millo Peracchia, M.D., Research Fellow in Neuropathology 
(through April 30, 1967). 

.Martin Pollock, M.D., Research Fellow in Neurology. 

Kenneth S. Posner, M.D., Research Fellow in Neurology. 

.Martin C. Raff, M.D., Research Fellow in Neuropathology. 

Pasko Rakic, M.D., Research Fellow in Neuropathology (through 
January 31, 1967). 

Jean J. Rebel/, jM.D., Research Fellow in Neuropathology. 

Roger J. Robinson, M.B., Ch.B., Research Fellow in Neurology 
(from October 1, 1966). 

Virgilio E. Sangalanc, M.D., Research Fellow in Neuropa- 
thology. 

Robert M. Satovick, M.D., Research Fellow in Neurology. 

Michael J. Schroder, M.D., Research Fellow in Neuropathology 
(through September 30, 1966). 

Robert A. T. Scott, AID., Research Fellow in Neurology. 

William R. Scott, M.D., Research Fellow in Neurology. 

Vivian E. Sum, M.B., Ch.B., Research Fellow in Neurology. 

Shin-Ichiro Shimizu, M.D., Milton Research Fellow in Neurol- 
ogy (through September 30, 1966). 

Alexander M. Spence, M.D., Research Fellow in Neurology. 

Vincent P. Sweeney, M.B., Ch.B., Research Fellow in Neuro- 
pathology. 

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Anibal S. Tejada-Garcia, M.D., Research Fellow in Neurology. 
E. Bruce Tomlinson, M.B., B.S., Research Fellow in Neurology. 
Antonio J. Vitug, M.D., Research Fellow in Neurology. 
Joel J. West, M.D., Research Fellow in Neurology. 
Philip A. Wolf, M.D., Research Fellow in Neurology. 
Takeo Yogo, M.D., Sc.D., Research Fellow in Neurology. 
Ingeijorg van Pelt, M.D., Teaching Fellow in Neurology. 

Required Courses 

Neurology. Second Year. — Clinical lectures are given at the 
Boston City and Massachusetts General Hospitals to the entire class. 
The object of the course is to give the student a general knowledge 
of the principles of diagnosis of diseases of the nervous system as a 
preparation for later work. 

Neurology. Introduction to the Clinic. — Individual instruction in 
case taking will be given during that part of the twelve-week period 
assigned to Medicine. Each student will spend approximately six 
four-hour sessions with his instructor, and will have two orientation 
lectures in addition. 

Neurology. Principal Clinical Year. — A three-week clerkship is 
required of each student during the Principal Clinical Year and it 
may be taken at the B.C.H., M.G.H., or C.H.M.C.-P.B.B.H. For this 
work the more didactic teaching of the second year serves as a neces- 
sary preparation. The work is practical in character and brings the 
student into immediate contact with patients. 

SECOND YEAR HOURS 

Clinical lectures. Dr. Denny-Brown, B.C.H. and Dr. Adams, 

M.G.H. and Staff. io 

introduction to the clinic 
Clinical instruction. Dr. Denny-Brown, B.C.H. and Dr. Adams, 
M.G.H. and Dr. C. F. Barlow, C.H.M.C. 26 

PRINCIPAL CLINICAL YEAR 

Clinical Clerkship. Dr. Denny-Brown, B.C.H., Dr. Adams, 

M.G.H., and Dr. C. F. Barlow, C.H.M.C. 120 

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Fourth Year Elective Courses * 

BLOCK COURSES 

50 1 M. Advanced Study in Clinical Neurology. Dr. Denny-Brown. 
502M. Advanced Study of Neuropathology. Dr. Romanul. {Same course 

as Pathology $i^M.) 
503M. Pediatric Neurology. Dr. C. F. Barlow. (Sa?ne course as Pediatrics 

snM.) 

504.M. Advanced Study in Clinical Neurology. Dr. Timberlake. 

505.M. Advanced Study in Clinical Neurology. Dr. R. D. Adams. 

506.M. Pediatric Neurology I. Dr. Dodge. (Same course as Pediatrics 

S22M.) 
^o-M. Pediatric Neurology II. Dr. Dodge. (Sa?ne course as Pediatrics 

523M.) 
508.M. Pediatric Neurology. Dr. Moser. {Same course as Pediatrics 524M.) 
509.x I. Advanced Study in Neuropathology. Dr. E. P. Richardson. (Same 

course as Pathology 514M.) 
510M. Advanced Study in Clinical Neurology. Dr. Tyler. 
511.M. Neurology and Preventive Medicine. Dr. Poskanzer. (Sa?ne course 

as Preventive Medicine 504M.) 
512M. Advanced Studies in Seizure Disorders. Dr. Lombroso. 

BLOCK COURSES — RESEARCH 

801. Advanced Research on Histochemistry of Nerve and Muscle. Dr. 
Romanul. 

803. Studies in Neuromuscular Transmission. Dr. Locke. 

804. Clinical Application of Neurophysiological Techniques. Dr. Van Der 

M ELLEN. 

805. Advanced Research in Blood-Brain Barrier and Related Subjects. Dr. 
C. F. Barlow. 

806. Biophysics in Neurology (computer techniques). Dr. J. S. Barlow. 

807. Histogenesis of the Normal and Diseased Brain. Dr. R. L. Sidman. 

808. Advanced Neuroanatomy. Dr. Yakovlev. 

809. Neuropathology of Developmental Anomalies. Dr. E. P. Richardson. 

810. Electron Microscopic Studies of Nervous Disease. Dr. Webster. 

811. Biochemistry of Nervous Disease. Drs. Moser, Dreyfus, Gergely, 
and Efron. 

812. Clinical Neurophysiology. Drs. Schwab and Scholl. 

813. Experimental Clinical Psychology — in Normal and Retarded Children. 
Drs. Stoddard and M. Sidman. 

814. Studies in Vascular Diseases of the Nervous System. Dr. C. M. Fisher 
15. . Microchemical Neuropathology. Drs. Pope, Hess, and Mayman 

S16M. Computer Techniques in Clinical Neurophysiology. Drs. Lombroso 
and E. A. Kravitz. 

* See A Schedule of Fourth Year Elective Courses 1966-1967 for additional 
information. 

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Neuropathology 

Required Course 

Neuropathology. Second Year. — The course consists of lec- 
tures, laboratory work, and demonstrations, amounting to fifty-seven 
hours. The lectures introduce conceptions of value for the third year 
courses in neurology and psychiatry and for the neurological parts 
of courses in internal medicine and in surgery. Microscopical and 
gross specimens are studied. 

SECOND YEAR HOURS 

Lectures and laboratory work. Dr. Adams and Staff. Six times 

a week, for three and one-half weeks. 57 

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Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology 

Duncan E. Reid, M.D., A.M. (hon.), William Lambert Richard- 
son Professor of Obstetrics, Kate Macy Ladd Professor of 
Obstetrics and Gynecology, and Head of the Department of 
Obstetrics and Gynecology. 

George Van S. Smith, M.D., W. H. Baker Professor of Gyne- 
cology, and Head of the Division of Gynecology. 

Hilton A. Salhanick, Ph.D., M.D., Professor of Obstetrics and 
Gynecology. 

Somers H. Sturgis, M.D., Clinical Professor of Gynecology. 

Howard Ulfelder, M.D., Joe Vincent Meigs Professor of Gyne- 
cology. 

Daniel Abramson, M.D., Associate Clinical Professor of Ob- 
stetrics and Gynecology. 

Charles L. Easterday, iM.D., Associate Clinical Professor of 
Obstetrics and Gynecology. 

Francis M. Ingersoll, M.D., Associate Clinical Professor of 
Gynecology. 

Pali. A. Younge, M.D., Associate Clinical Professor of Gyne- 
cology. 

Joseph J. Barlow, M.D., Assistant Professor of Obstetrics and 
Gynecology. 

Christopher J. Duncan, M.D., Assistant Clinical Professor of 
Obstetrics and Gynecology. 

Thomas H. Green, Jr., M.D., Assistant Clinical Professor of 
Gynecology. 

Richard H. Grogan, M.D., Assistant Clinical Professor of Obstet- 
rics and Gynecology (died February 2, 1967). 

John F. Ji win, M.D., Assistant Clinical' Professor of Obstetrics 
and Gynecology. 

Robert W. Kistner, M.D., Assistant Clinical Professor of Ob- 
stetrics and Gynecology. 

William J. Mulligan, M.D., Assistant Clinical Professor of 
Obstetrics and Gynecology. 

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Bernardo A. Santamarina, iM.D., Assistant Professor of Obstet- 
rics and Gynecology. 

Olive W. Smith, Ph.D., Sc.D. (Hon.), Assistant Professor of 
Biological Chemistry in the Department of Obstetrics and 
Gynecology at the Boston Hospital for Women (Parkway 
Division). 

Melvin L. Taymor, M.D., Assistant Clinical Professor of Gyne- 
cology. 

Robert H. Barker, M.D., Clinical Associate in Obstetrics and 
Gynecology. 

Luke Gillespie, M.D., Associate in Obstetrics and Gynecology 
at the Boston Hospital for Women (Lying-in Division). 

Harold W. Rubin, M.D., Clinical Associate in Obstetrics and 
Gynecology. 

David H. Gallant, Ph.D., Research Associate in Obstetrics and 
Gynecology. 

Angelyn A. Konugres, Ph.D., Research Associate in Obstetrics 
and Gynecology. 

John A. AIacLaren, Ph.D., Research Associate in Obstetrics and 
Gynecology. 

Leona R. Zacharias, Ph.D., Research Associate in Obstetrics and 
Gynecology. 

Theodore C. Barton, M.D., Instructor in Obstetrics and Gyne- 
cology, and Tutor in Medical Science. 

Maurice O. Belson, M.D., Instructor in Obstetrics and Gyne- 
cology. 

]Max J. Bulian, M.D., Instructor in Obstetrics and Gynecology. 

Louis Burke, iM.D., Instructor in Obstetrics and Gynecology. 

John J. Driscoll, M.D., Instructor in Obstetrics and Gynecology. 

A. Gordon Gauld, M.D., Instructor in Obstetrics and Gyne- 
cology. 

Sumner Gochberg, M.D., Instructor in Obstetrics and Gynecol- 
ogy, and Tutor in Medical Science. 

Donald P. Goldstein, iM.D., Instructor in Obstetrics and Gyn- 
ecology. 

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Arthur C. Gorbach, AID., Instructor in Obstetrics and Gyne- 
cology. 

Ward I. Gregg, M.D., Instructor in Gynecology. 

Charles T. Griffiths, M.D., Instructor in Obstetrics and Gyne- 
cology. 

John W. Grover, M.D., Instructor in Obstetrics and Gynecology. 

Arthur L. Herbst, M.D., Instructor in Obstetrics and Gynecol- 
ogy. 

Crawford H. Hinman, M.D., Instructor in Obstetrics and Gyne- 
cology. 

Ruby G. Jackson, M.D., CM., Instructor in Obstetrics and Gyne- 
cology. 

David E. Kopans, M.D., Instructor in Obstetrics and Gynecology. 

Francis R. Lane, M.D., Instructor in Obstetrics and Gynecology. 

Thomas Leavitt, Jr., M.D., Instructor in Obstetrics and Gyne- 
cology. 

Herbert T. Leighton, M.D., Instructor in Obstetrics and Gyne- 
cology. 

Jacob AIezer, M.D., Instructor in Obstetrics and Gynecology. 

John L. Newell, M.D., Instructor in Obstetrics and Gynecology. 

Pi ii r G. Robbins, AID., Instructor in Obstetrics and Gynecol- 
ogy- 

George M. Ryan, Jr., A4.D., Instructor in Obstetrics and Gyne- 
cology. 

Leonard E. Safon, M.D., Instructor in Obstetrics and Gynecol- 
ogy. 

Weston F. Sewall, M.D., Instructor in Obstetrics and Gyne- 
cology. 

Lloyd I. Sexton, AID., Instructor in Obstetrics and Gynecology. 
St mner A. Smith, AID., Instructor in Obstetrics and Gyne- 
cology. 

Bartlett H. Stone, M.D., Instructor in Obstetrics and Gyne- 
cology. 

Tucker, Jr., M.D., Instructor in Obstetrics and 

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OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY 

Albert E. Weiner, M.D., Instructor in Obstetrics and Gyne- 
cology. 

David Weintraub, M.D., Instructor in Obstetrics and Gyne- 
cology. 

Clement Y'ahia, M.D., Instructor in Obstetrics and Gyne- 
cology. 

James H. Austin, M.D., Assistant in Obstetrics and Gynecology. 

Warren J. Becker, A4.D., Assistant in Obstetrics and Gynecology. 

Samuel M. Berger, M.B., Ch.B., Assistant in Obstetrics and 
Gynecology. 

Herbert E. Brooks, Jr., M.D., Assistant in Obstetrics and Gyne- 
cology. 

Dick A. J. Brown, M.D., Assistant in Obstetrics and Gynecology. 

Robert W. Brown, M.D., Assistant in Obstetrics and Gyne- 
cology. 

Robert V. Dandrow, Jr., M.D., Assistant in Obstetrics and Gyne- 
cology. 

Thomas J. Dowd, M.D., Assistant in Obstetrics and Gynecology 
(from August i, 1966). 

Charles F. Eades, M.D., Assistant in Obstetrics and Gynecology. 

Albert Y. Kevorkian, M.D., Assistant in Gynecology. 

Harold J. Kosasky, M.D., Assistant in Obstetrics and Gynecol- 
ogy- 

Lawrence J. Malone, M.D., Assistant in Obstetrics and Gyne- 
cology. 

Jack H. Marcovitch, M.D., Assistant in Obstetrics and Gyne- 
cology. 

Robert Marnoy, M.D., Assistant in Obstetrics and Gynecology. 

Joseph H. Phillips, M.D., Assistant in Gynecology. 

Elliot Rivo, M.D., Assistant in Obstetrics and Gynecology. 

Seymour Sacks, M.D., Assistant in Obstetrics and Gynecology. 

Arthur J. Schramm, M.D., Assistant in Obstetrics and Gyne- 
cology. 

Ernest H. Smith, M.D., Assistant in Obstetrics and Gynecology 

Stephen B. Smith, M.D., Assistant in Obstetrics and Gynecology. 

Sidney Stahler, M.D., Assistant in Obstetrics and Gynecology. 

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Joseph S. Wallace, M.D., Assistant in Obstetrics and Gyne- 



cology. 

Robert E. Wheatley, M.D., Assistant in Obstetrics and Gyne- 
cology. 

Toshihiro Aono, M.D., Research Fellow in Obstetrics and Gyne- 
cology. 

Conrado L. Lorenzo, M.D., Research Fellow in Obstetrics and 
Gynecology. 

Robert H. Margulis, M.D., Research Fellow in Obstetrics and 
Gynecology. 

Edward N. McImosh, M.D., Research Fellow in Obstetrics and 
Gynecology. 

Najla N a a: man, M.D., Research Fellow in Obstetrics and Gyne- 
cology (from December i, 1966). 

Tatsuji Ohsawa, M.D., Research Fellow in Obstetrics and 
Gynecology (from November 1, 1966). 

Grant W. Patton, Jr., M.D., Research Fellow in Obstetrics and 
Gynecology. 

Richard R. Smith, M.D., Research Fellow in Obstetrics and 
Gynecology. 

Richard H. Underwood, B.Sc, Research Fellow in Obstetrics and 
Gynecology. 

Carl A. Anderson, M.D., Teaching Fellow in Obstetrics and 
Gynecology. 

Ji an A. Arakgui, ALB., Ch.B., Teaching Fellow in Obstetrics 
and Gynecology. 

Ralph D. Askrkoff, M.D., Teaching Fellow in Obstetrics and 
Gynecology. 

David S. Bard, M.D., Teaching Fellow in Obstetrics and Gyne- 
cology. 

Aw R. B. Barnes, M.D., Teaching Fellow in Obstetrics and 
Gynecology. 

Kf.nxf.th E. Blotxer, M.D., Teaching Fellow in Obstetrics and 
Gynecology. 

Alan N. Fleckxer, M.D., Teaching Fellow in Obstetrics and 
Gynecology. 

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OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY 

Ernest W. Franklin, 3D, AID., Teaching Fellow in Obstetrics 

and Gynecology. 
Fredric D. Frigoletto, M.D., Teaching Fellow in Obstetrics and 

Gynecology (through March 31, 1967). 
David A. Horowitz, M.B., Ch.B., Teaching Fellow in Obstetrics 

and Gynecology. 
Howard L. Judd, M.D., Teaching Fellow in Obstetrics and Gyne- 
cology. 
Kermit L. Kenler, M.D., Teaching Fellow in Obstetrics and 

Gynecology. 
Il Kim, M.D., Teaching Fellow in Obstetrics and Gynecology. 
John M. Leventhal, M.D., Teaching Fellow in Obstetrics and 

Gynecology (through September 30, 1966). 
Moussa I. iMenasha, M.B., Ch.B., Teaching Fellow in Obstetrics 

and Gynecology. 
Kenneth I. Scheer, M.D., Teaching Fellow in Obstetrics and 

Gynecology. 
Howard I. Shapiro, M.D., Teaching Fellow in Obstetrics and 

Gynecology. 
Frederick H. Sillman, M.D., Teaching Fellow in Obstetrics and 

Gynecology (through December 31, 1966). 
John Z. Yeransian, M.D., Teaching Fellow in Obstetrics and 

Gynecology. 
James E. Zuckerman, Jr., M.D., Teaching Fellow in Obstetrics 

and Gynecology. 

Required Courses 

Obstetrics and Gynecology. Second Year. — Whole class exercises 
in conjunction with the Departments of Medical Science and the 
several clinical disciplines, covering the broad aspects of the physiology 
and pathophysiology of reproduction and femaleness. Emphasis is 
placed on embryology, pathology, and endocrinology of the reproduc- 
tive systems, both male and female. 

Obstetrics and Gynecology. Introduction to the Clinic. — In- 
struction will be given in participation with other clinical departments. 

Obstetrics and Gynecology. Principal Clinical Year. — The stu- 

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dent devotes six weeks to clinical Obstetrics and Gynecology at the 
Boston City Hospital, the Beth Israel Hospital, the Boston Hospital 
for Women, and the Massachusetts General Hospital He participates 
in the management of labor and delivery and takes part in the care 
of the mother and her infant during their hospital stay. He also re- 
ceives instruction in the interaction of medical and surgical disease 
in pregnancy and in gynecological conditions, and assists at operations. 
In addition, he attends Obstetric and Medical Grand Rounds, Clinico- 
pathological Conferences, and clinical seminars throughout the course. 

SECOND YEAR HOURS 

Participation in pathophysiology endocrine system. 18 

INTRODUCTION TO THE CLINIC 

Practical instruction and seminars in clinical obstetrics and gyne- 
cology. 

PRINCIPAL CLINICAL YEAR 

Clinical obstetrics and gynecology. Drs. Reid, Smith, Sturgis, 

Ulfelder, and Associates. 240 

Fourth Year Elective Courses * 

BLOCK COURSES 

joiM. Gynecologic Oncology. Dr. Grogan. 

502M. Fertility and Endocrinology. Dr. Mulligan. 

503M. Ovarian Endocrinology. Dr. Kistner. 

yojM. Care of Women. Dr. G. V. Smith. 

-/ \I. Obstetrical Anesthesia and Analgesia. Dr. J. B. Weiss. 

J07M. Advanced Obstetrics and Gynecology. Dr. Reid and Associates. 

51 iM. Comprehensive Gynecology. Dr. S. H. Sturgis. {Same course as 

Surgery 524M.) 
$uM. Gynecologic Endocrinology. Experience in Clinical and Laboratory 

Diagnosis. Dr. TaYiMor. 
13M. Endocrinology with Special Reference to the Ovary. Drs. Ulfelder, 

G. S. Richardson, McArthur, and Scully. {Same course as Surgery 

S07M.) 

BLOCK COURSES — RESEARCH 

801. Laboratory Course in Ovarian Estrogen Metabolism. Dr. G. S. Rich- 

AROSON. 

ee A Schedule of Fourth Year Elective Courses 1066-1061 for addi- 
tional information. 

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803. Diagnostic Laboratory Methods including Instruction in Laboratory 
Gonadotropin Determinations both Biologic and Immunologic, and 
Steroid Assay. Dr. Taymor. 

804. Biochemistry of Reproduction. Dr. Hagerman. 

807. Aiembrane Permeability. Dr. Barton. 

808. Immunologic Aspects of Pregnancy. Dr. MacLaren. 

810. Laboratory and Clinical Course in the Epidemiology of Prematurity. 
Drs. Little, Kass and Associates. 

812. Biochemistry of Embryonic Development and Cell Differentiation. 
Dr. C. A. Villee. (Same course as Biological Chemistry 807.) 

813. Research in Basic or Clinical Aspects of Reproduction. Dr. Salhanick. 

814. Estrogen Biosynthesis and Metabolism and Gynecologic Endocrinol- 
ogy. Dr. J. J. Barlow. 



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Department of Ophthalmology 

David G. Cogan, M.D., Henry Willard Williams Professor of 
Ophthalmology, Head of the Department, and Director 
of the Howe Laboratory of Ophthalmology. 

Hi \ky F. Allen, M.D., xAssociate Clinical Professor of Ophthal- 
mology. 

\Y. Morion Gram, M.D., Associate Professor of Ophthalmology 
at the .Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary. 

Carl C. Johnson, M.D., Associate Clinical Professor of Ophthal- 
mology. 

Jin H. K i nosh ha, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Biochemical 
Ophthalmology. 

Toichiro Kuwabara, M.D., A.M. (hon.), Associate Professor of 
Pathology in the Department of Ophthalmology at the 
Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary. 

David D. Donaldson, M.D., Assistant Professor of Ophthal- 
mology at the .Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary. 

Albert E. Sloane, M.D., Assistant Clinical Professor of Ophthal- 
mology. 

Tu lor R. Smith, M.D., Assistant Clinical Professor of Ophthal- 
mology. 

Paul Boeder, Ph.D., Lecturer on Ophthalmology. 

John S. Andrews, Jr., Ph.D., Associate in Ophthalmic Research 
at the Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary (resigned 
August 31, 1966). 

Charles L. Schepens, M.D., Clinical Associate in Ophthalmology. 

Alfred \V. Scott, AID., Clinical Associate in Ophthalmology. 

Garrett L. Sullivan, Jr., AID., Clinical Associate in Ophthal- 
mology. 

Endri \. B w . v/.s, M.D., Lecturer on Ophthalmology. 

Ri ssi if. L. Carpenter, Ph.D., Lecturer on Ophthalmology. 

Mahlon T. Easton, M.D., Lecturer on Ophthalmology. 

Ephraim Friedman, AID., Lecturer on Ophthalmology. 

Abraham Pollen, .M.D., Lecturer on Ophthalmology.' 

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William j\1 Hawing, ALB., Ch.B., Research Associate in 
Ophthalmology. 

Robert D. Reinecke, M.D., Research Associate in Ophthalmol- 
ogy. 

Saul A. Boruchoff, A4.D., Instructor in Ophthalmology. 

Harry E. Bracomer, AID., Instructor in Ophthalmology. 

Robert J. Brockhurst, A4.D., Instructor in Ophthalmology. 

Thomas J. Cavanaugh, M.D., CM., Instructor in Ophthalmol- 
ogy (died September 20, 1966). 

Claes-Henrik Dohlman, M.D., Ph.D., Instructor in Ophthal- 
mology. 

John M. Hill, AI.D., Instructor in Ophthalmology. 

Sumner D. Liebiman, AI.D., Instructor in Ophthalmology. 

Henry A. Aiosher, AI.D., Instructor in Ophthalmology. 

Charles D. J. Regan, AI.D., Instructor in Ophthalmology. 

Liane Reif, Ph.D., Instructor in Ophthalmic Research (from 
September 15, 1966). 

Karl Riemer, AID., Instructor in Ophthalmology. 

Baruch J. Sachs, AID., Instructor in Ophthalmology. 

Earl S. Seale, AI.D., Instructor in Ophthalmology. 

Richard J. Simmons, AI.D., Instructor in Ophthalmology. 

Francis J. West, AI.D., Instructor in Ophthalmology. 

Jeremy B. Whitney, AI.D., Instructor in Ophthalmology. 

Ernst G. G. Wolf, Ph.D., Instructor in Ophthalmology. 

Lloyd M. Aiello, AID., Assistant in Ophthalmology. 

David R. Alpert, AID., Assistant in Ophthalmology. 

Frederic B. Breed, AI.D., Assistant in Ophthalmology. 

John M. Carroll, AID., Assistant in Ophthalmology. 

Richard B. Chapman, M.D., Assistant in Ophthalmology. 

Eugene C. Ciccarellt, M.D., Assistant in Ophthalmology. 

Thomas P. Cronin, AI.D., Assistant in Ophthalmology. 

Carl G. Freese, Jr., M.D., Assistant in Ophthalmology. 

George E. Garcia, AI.D., Assistant in Ophthalmology. 

John R. Gehring, A4.D., Assistant in Ophthalmology. 

Warren D. Haley, AI.D., Assistant in Ophthalmology. 

Ralph H. Hinckley, AID., Assistant in Ophthalmology. 

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Roland E. Houle, M.D., Assistant in Ophthalmology. 

Bernard T. Hutchinson, M.D., Assistant in Ophthalmology. 

Robert C. Lawlor, M.D., Assistant in Ophthalmology. 

Simmons Lessell, M.D., Assistant in Ophthalmology. 

Byron S. Lingeman, iVLD., Assistant in Ophthalmology. 

John W. McMeel, M.D., Assistant in Ophthalmology. 

George M. Olive, Jr., iM.D., Assistant in Ophthalmology. 

Robert A. Petersen, M.D., Dr.A4ed.Scl, Assistant in Ophthal- 
mology. 

Richard M. Robb, M.D., Assistant in Ophthalmology. 

Perry Rosenthal, M.D., Assistant in Ophthalmology. 

David H. Scott, M.D., Assistant in Ophthalmology. 

Michael Wiedman, M.D., Assistant in Ophthalmology. 

Arthur M. Clements, M.D., Research Fellow in Ophthalmology. 

Ivar Horven, iM.D., Research Fellow in Ophthalmology (through 
August 31, 1966). 

Judith A. Jedziniak, Ph.D., Research Fellow in Ophthalmology 
(from October 1, 1966). 

Joseph Michon, Jr., M.D., Research Fellow in Ophthalmology. 

John W. Reed, M.D., Research Fellow in Ophthalmology 
(through September 30, 1966). 

Philip H. Zweifach, M.D., Research Fellow in Ophthalmology. 

Ernest H. Christman, M.D., Teaching Fellow in Ophthalmology 
(through January 31, 1967). 

Stephen J. Fricker, M.D., Teaching Fellow in Ophthalmology 
(through April 30, 1967). 

Laurus W. Lehwalder, M.D., Teaching Fellow in Ophthal- 
mology. 

Howard M. Leibowitz, M.D., Teaching Fellow in Ophthalmol- 
ogy (through January 31, 1967). 

Bernard L. McGowan, M.D., Teaching Fellow in Ophthalmol- 
ogy (through October 31, 1966). 

Ronald C. Pruett, A4.D., Teaching Fellow in Ophthalmology 
(from January 1, 1967). 

Arturo R. Quevedo, M.D., Teaching Fellow in Ophthalmology 
(from January 1, 1967). 

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Charles R. Roberts, AID., Teaching Fellow in Ophthalmology 

(through April 30, 1967). 
Richard A. Thoft, M.D., Teaching Fellow in Ophthalmology 

(from October 1, 1966). 
David S. Walton, M.D., Teaching Fellow in Ophthalmology 

(from October 1, 1966). 

Required Courses 

Ophthalmology. Introduction to the Clinic. — Lectures and lab- 
oratory sessions. 

Ophthalmology. Principal Clinical Year. — Clinical Ophthalmol- 
ogy- 

INTRODUCTION TO THE CLINIC HOURS 

Lectures and laboratory sessions 9 

PRINCIPAL CLINICAL YEAR 

Clinical Ophthalmology 40 

Fourth Year Elective Courses * 

BLOCK COURSE 

501M. Ophthalmology I. Dr. A. W. Scott and Associates. 

BLOCK COURSE — RESEARCH 

801. Ophthalmology II. Drs. Cogan, A. W. Scott, and Associates. 

Howe Laboratory of Ophthalmology 

David G. Cogan, M.D., Henry Willard Williams Professor of 

Ophthalmology, Head of the Department, and Director of 

the Howe Laboratory of Ophthalmology. 
W. Morton Grant, M.D., Associate Professor of Ophthalmology 

at the Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary. 
Jin H. Kinoshita, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Biochemical 

Ophthalmology. 

* See A Schedule of Fourth Year Elective Courses 1966-1967 for addi- 
tional information. 

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Toichiro Kuwabara, M.D., A.M. (hon.), Associate Professor of 
Pathology in the Department of Ophthalmology at the Massa- 
chusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary. 

David D. Donaldson, M.D., Assistant Professor of Ophthal- 
mology at the Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary. 

John S. Andrews, Jr., Ph.D., Associate in Ophthalmic Research 
at the Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary (resigned August 
31, 1966). 

William M. Haining, iM.B., Ch.B., Research Associate in 
Ophthalmology. 

Robert D. Reinecke, M.D., Research Associate in Ophthalmology. 

Jeremy B. Whitney, M.D., Instructor in Ophthalmology. 

Eugene C. Ciccarelli, xM.D., Assistant in Ophthalmology. 

The Howe Laboratory of Ophthalmology was founded in 1927 by 
the late Dr. Lucien Howe. A sum of money equal to that initially 
given by Dr. Howe was donated by the Rockefeller Foundation. 
Laboratory space was provided by the Massachusetts Eye and Ear 
Infirmary. 

The purpose of the Laboratory is to advance ophthalmology; its 
researches are not restricted to any particular phase of this science. 
Advantage is taken of the rich clinical material of the Infirmary. 
While the Laboratory is purely an institution for research, the serv- 
ices of the various members of the staff are available for teaching in 
the Harvard Medical School and for assistance in the clinical work 
of the Infirmary. 



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Department of Orthopedic Surgery 

Melvin J. Glimcher, M.D., Edith M. Ashlev Professor of Ortho- 
pedic Surgery, and Head of the Department at the Massachu- 
setts General Hospital. 

William T. Green, M.D., S.D. (hon.), A.M. (hon.), Harriet M. 
Peabody Professor of Orthopedic Surgery, and Head of the 
Department at The Children's Hospital. 

Thornton Brown, M.D., Associate Clinical Professor of Ortho- 
pedic Surgery. 

Otto E. Aufranc, M.D., Assistant Clinical Professor of Ortho- 
pedic Surgery. 

Henry H. Banks, M.D., Assistant Clinical Professor of Ortho- 
pedic Surgery. 

Jonathan Cohen, M.D., Assistant Clinical Professor of Ortho- 
pedic Surgery. 

William H. Harris, M.D., Assistant Clinical Professor of Ortho- 
pedic Surgery. 

Paul W. Hugenberger, M.D., Lecturer on Orthopedic Surgery. 

Paul P. Griffin, M.D., Clinical Associate in Orthopedic Surgery. 

Donald S. Pierce, M.D., Clinical Associate in Orthopedic Surgery. 

Arthur W. Trott, M.D., Clinical Associate in Orthopedic Sur- 
gery. 

Theodore A. Potter, M.D., Lecturer on Orthopedic Surgery. 

Anthony L. Andrikides, Ph.D., Research Associate in Biological 
Chemistry in the Department of Orthopedic Surgery. 

Elton P. Katz, Ph.D., Research Associate in Biological Chemis- 
try in the Department of Orthopedic Surgery. 

Murray V. King, Ph.D., Research Associate in Biological Chem- 
istry in the Department of Orthopedic Surgery (through 
November 30, 1966). 

Gerald L. Mechanic, Ph.D., Research Associate in Biological 
Chemistry in the Department of Orthopedic Surgery. 

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Dorothy F. Travis, Ph.D., Research Associate in Biology in the 
Department of Orthopedic Surgery. 

Frank D. Bates, M.D., Instructor in Orthopedic Surgery. 

Robert J. Boyd, M.D., Instructor in Orthopedic Surgery. 

Robert B. Brendze, M.D., Instructor in Orthopedic Surgery. 

Hugh P. Chandler, M.D., Instructor in Orthopedic Surgery. 

Thomas L. DeLorme, M.D., Instructor in Orthopedic Surgery. 

William N. Jones, M.D., Instructor in Orthopedic Surgery. 

William L. Kermond, M.B., B.S., Instructor in Orthopedic 
Surgery. 

J. Drennan Lowell, M.D., Instructor in Orthopedic Surgery. 

William R. MacAusland, Jr., M.D., Instructor in Orthopedic 
Surgery. 

James G. Manson, M.B., Ch.B., Instructor in Orthopedic Surgery. 

John B. McGinty, M.D., Instructor in Orthopedic Surgery. 

Edward A. Nalebuff, M.D., Instructor in Orthopedic Surgery. 

Paul I. O'Brien, M.D., Instructor in Orthopedic Surgery. 

Arthur M. Pappas, At.D., Instructor in Orthopedic Surgery. 

Eugene E. Record, M.D., Instructor in Orthopedic Surgery. 

John A. Reidy, M.D., Instructor in Orthopedic Surgery. 

Edward J. Riseborough, M.B., Ch.B., Instructor in Orthopedic 
Surgery. 

Carter R. Rowe, M.D., Instructor in Orthopedic Surgery. 

Clement B. Sledge, M.D., Instructor in Orthopedic Surgery. 

Morten Smith-Petersen, M.D., Instructor in Orthopedic Sur- 
gery. 

Roderick H. Turner, M.D., Instructor in Orthopedic Surgery. 

Robert Ulin, M.D., Instructor in Orthopedic Surgery. 

Edwin T. Wyman, Jr., M.D., Instructor in Orthopedic Surgery. 

Seymour Zimbler, A4.D., Instructor in Orthopedic Surgery. 

Willard E. Dotter, M.D., Assistant in Orthopedic Surgery. 

Edwin R. Guise, M.D., Assistant in Orthopedic Surgery. 

Robert E. Leach, A4.D., Assistant in Orthopedic Surgery 

William R. Torgerson, Jr., M.D., Assistant in Orthopedic Sur- 
gery. 

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Marvin S. Weinffxd, A4.D., Assistant in Orthopedic Surgery. 

John R. Auty, Ph.D., Research Fellow in Orthopedic Surgery. 

John E. Kf.nzora, M.D., Research Fellow in Orthopedic Surgery. 

Panos G. Panagakos, M.D., Research Fellow in Orthopedic 
Surgery. 

Jerome M. Seyer, Ph.D., Research Fellow in Orthopedic Sur- 
gery. 

Hershey Warshawsky, Ph.D., Research Fellow in Orthopedic 
Surgery. 

Zvi H. Yosipovitch, AID., Research Fellow in Orthopedic Sur- 
gery (from September i, 1966). 

Michael A. Ashworth, M.D., Teaching Fellow in Orthopedic 
Surgery (from January 1, 1967). 

Benjamin E. Bierbaum, M.D., Teaching Fellow in Orthopedic 
Surgery (from January 1, 1967). 

Carl F. Brunjes, M.D., Teaching Fellow in Orthopedic Surgery 
(from October 1, 1966). 

David W. Grainger, M.D., Teaching Fellow in Orthopedic Sur- 
gery (from January 1, 1967). 

William T. Green, Jr., M.D., Teaching Fellow in Orthopedic 
Surgery (from April 1, 1967). 

David L. Hamblen, M.B., B.S., Teaching Fellow in Orthopedic 
Surgery. 

John E. Larkin, M.D., Teaching Fellow in Orthopedic Surgery 
(through September 30, 1966). 

Charles L. Renshaw, M.D., Teaching Fellow in Orthopedic 
Surgery (through December 31, 1966). 

Joseph L. Shaw, M.D., Teaching Fellow in Orthopedic Surgery 
(through December 31, 1966). 

William H. Sullivan, M.D., Teaching Fellow in Orthopedic 
Surgery (through September 30, 1966). 

William H. Thomas, M.D., Teaching Fellow in Orthopedic 
Surgery (through March 31, 1967). 

Henry S. Urbaniak, A4.D., Teaching Fellow in Orthopedic Sur- 
gery (from October 1, 1966 through March 31, 1967). 

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Required Courses 

Orthopedic Surgery. Second Year. — The department participates 
in the instruction during the musculoskeletal section of Pathophysiol- 
ogy and in the Examination of the Patient. 

Orthopedic Surgery. Introduction to the Clinic and Principal 
Clinical Year. — Instruction is given in orthopedic surgery during the 
Introduction to the Clinic by sectional assignments and by three 
lecture-symposial exercises to the whole class, and during the 
Principal Clinical Year by clerkships of three weeks duration. 

SECOND YEAR HOURS 

Participation in pathophysiology musculoskeletal section. 18 

INTRODUCTION TO THE CLINIC 

Clinical exercises. Drs. Green, Gllmcher, Brown, Banks, Trott, 
O'Brien, Zimbler, and Associates. C.H.M.C, M.G.H., 
P.B.B.H., B.I.H., and B.C.H. In sections throughout the 
period. 8 

principal clinical year 
Ward clerkships. Drs. Green, Glimcher, Brown, Banks, Trott, 
and Associates. C.H.M.C, M.G.H., P.B.B.H. The three 
week clerkship is spent either at the Massachusetts General 
Hospital or at The Children's Hospital Medical Center and 
Peter Bent Brigham Hospital, with combined exercises for 
both groups on schedule at the Children's Hospital Medical 
Center and the Massachusetts General Hospital. 120 

Fourth Year Elective Courses * 

BLOCK COURSES 

501 M. Children's Orthopedics. Drs. W. T. Green, Trott, and Associates. 
502.M. Adult Orthopedics. Drs. W. T. Green, Banks, and Associates. 
503M. Children and Adults. Drs. W. T. Green, Banks, and Associates. 
504M. Functional Anatomy, Biomechanics, and Reconstructive Surgery. 
Drs. Kermond and Pierce. (Same course as Medicine 541M.) 

* See A Schedule of Fourth Year Elective Courses 1966-1967 for addi- 
tional information. 

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505M. Clinical Orthopedic Surgery, Fractures, and Trauma. Drs. T. 

Brown, Aufranc, and Associates. 
506M. Skiing Injuries. Drs. Ellison and Wolf. 

BLOCK COURSES — RESEARCH 

801. Musculoskeletal System. Dr. Banks. 

802. Musculoskeletal System. Dr. Cohen. 

804. Biologic Performances of Bone. Dr. Pappas. 

805. Biological Mineralization. Dr. Glimcher and Associates. 

806. Electrophysiology of Skeletal Muscle. Dr. Pierce. 

longitudinal courses 

701. Trauma. Drs. Atoore, W. T. Green, Banks, Quigley, Matson, Harri- 
son, Vandam, and Morgan. {Scmie course as Surgery jo6.) 

702. Fractures and Related Trauma. Drs. W. T. Green, Banks, Trott, 
Quigley, and Associates. 



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Department of Otology and Laryngology 

Harold F. Schuknecht, M.D., A.M. (hon.), Walter Augustus 
Lecompte Professor of Otology, Professor of Laryngology, 
and Head of the Department. 

Allan C. Goodman, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Audiology in 
the Department of Otolaryngology at The Children's Hospi- 
tal. 

William W. A4ontgomery, M.D., Assistant Professor of Otol- 
ogy at the Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary. 

John R. Richardson, M.D., Assistant Clinical Professor of Laryn- 
gology. 

John W. Irwin, M.D., Research Associate in Otolaryngology. 

Nelson Y. Kiang, Ph.D., Research Associate in Otolaryngology. 

Robert S. Kimura, A.B., Research Associate in Otolaryngology. 

Swiatopolk P. A4arfey, Ph.D., Research Associate in Biological 
Chemistry in the Department of Otolaryngology. 

Walter A. Rosenblith, Ing.Rad., Research Associate in Otol- 
ogy- 

Hugo D. Angelini, M.D., Instructor in Otolaryngology. 

Werner D. Chasin, M.D., Instructor in Otolaryngology. 
Joshua C. Drooker, A4.D., Instructor in Otolaryngology. 
Charles F. Ferguson, M.D., Instructor in Otolaryngology. 
Carlyle G. Flake, M.D., Instructor in Otolaryngology. 
Leo T. Kelly, M.D., Instructor in Anaesthesia in the Department 

of Otolaryngology. 
Robert E. Klotz, M.D., Instructor in Otolaryngology. 
Joseph Lentine, M.D., Instructor in Otolaryngology. 
Donald K. Lewis, M.D., Instructor in Otolaryngology. 
Aram Roopenian, M.D., Instructor in Otolaryngology. 
Yale J. Berry, ALD., Assistant in Otolaryngology. 
Robert W. Clubb, D.ALD., ALD., Assistant in Otolaryngology. 
Eugene H. Courtiss, M.D., Assistant in Otolaryngology. 
Allen G. Edwards, Jr., A4.D., Assistant in Otolaryngology. 
Richard R. Gacek, M.D., Assistant in Otolaryngology. 

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Charles W. Gross, M.D., Assistant in Otolaryngology. 
William L. Hayden, M.D., Assistant in Otolaryngology. 
Roy A. Johnson, M.D., Assistant in Otolaryngology. 
Donald G. Keamy, M.D., Assistant in Otolaryngology. 
John M. Kurkjian, M.D., Assistant in Otolaryngology. 
Robert H. Lofgren, M.D., Assistant in Otolaryngology. 
David L. Pierce, M.D., Assistant in Otolaryngology. 
Sydney Shore, M.D., Assistant in Otolaryngology. 
Alfred D. Weiss, M.D., Assistant in Otolaryngology. 
Anthony Zovickian, M.D., Assistant in Otolaryngology. 
Abdel F. Allam, M.B., Ch.B., Research Fellow in Otolaryngol- 
ogy 
David G. Davies, M.B., B.S., Research Fellow in Otolaryngology. 

Daiji Ishii, A4.D., Research Fellow in Otolaryngology. 

Tetsuo Ishii, A4.D., Research Fellow in Otolaryngology (through 
August 31, 1966). 

Alan G. Kerr, M.B., Ch.B., Research Fellow in Otolaryngology 
(from January 1, 1967). 

Yoshihiko Murakami, M.D., Research Fellow in Otolaryngol- 
ogy- 

William N. Campbell, M.D., Teaching Fellow in Otolaryngol- 
ogy- 

Clarence E. Kylander, A4.D., Teaching Fellow in Otolaryngol- 
ogy- 

Rufus C Partlow, Jr., M.D., Teaching Fellow in Otolaryngol- 
ogy- 

Richard D. Salerno, M.D., Teaching Fellow in Otolaryngology. 

John J. Stavros, M.D., Teaching Fellow in Otolaryngology. 



Affiliated: 

John S. Irwin, M.D., Research Associate in Microcirculation, 
M.I.T. 

Required Course 
Otology and Laryngology. Introduction to the Clinic and Prin- 
cipal Clinical Year. — Lectures and clinical instruction at the School 
and the hospitals. 

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INTRODUCTION TO THE CLINIC HOURS 

Lectures and Clinical Instruction. Dr. Schuknecht and Asso- 
ciates. 9 

PRINCIPAL CLINICAL YEAR 

Clinical Instruction (groups of four or five), Seminars (groups of 
nine) given at the M. E.E.I. Seminars: Monday, Tuesday, and 
Wednesday 8:00-9:00 a.m. Clinical Exercises: 9:00 3.111.-12:30 p.m. 
alternate mornings and one afternoon 1:00-3:00 p.m. Each student 
has ten sessions of clinical instruction. Dr. Schuknecht and Asso- 
ciates. 36 

Fourth Year Elective Course* 

BLOCK COURSE 

50 1 M. Clinical Otolaryngology. Dr. Schuknecht and Associates. 

* See A Schedule of Fourth Year Elective Courses 1966-1967 for addi- 
tional information. 



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Department of Pathology 



Arthur T. Hertig, M.D., Shattuck Professor of Pathological 
Anatomy, and Head of the Department. 

Benjamin Castleman, M.D., Professor of Pathology at the 
Massachusetts General Hospital. 

John M. Craig, M.D., Clinical Professor of Pathology. 

Gustave J. Dammin, M.D., A.M. (hon.), Elsie T. Friedman Pro- 
fessor of Pathology. 

Sidney Farber, A4.D., D.Sc. (hon.), M.D. (hon.), Professor of 
Pathology at The Children's Hospital. 

David G. Freiman, A4.D., AM. (hon.), Professor of Pathology 
at the Beth Israel Hospital. 

Olive Gates, M.D., Clinical Professor of Pathology. 

William A. Meissner, M.D., Clinical Professor of Pathology. 

Richard B. Cohen, M.D., Associate Clinical Professor of Path- 
ology. 

Thomas C. Jones, D.V.M., Associate Clinical Professor of Path- 
ology. 

Morris J. Karnovsky, M.B., Ch.B., A.M. (hon.), Associate Pro- 
fessor of Pathology, and Tutor in Pathology. 

Philip M. LeCompte, M.D., Associate Clinical Professor of Pa- 
thology. 

Guido Majno, M.D., A.M. (hon.), Associate Professor of Pathol- 
ogy (on leave January 22, 1967 through April 22, 1967). 

Agnes B. Russfield, Ph.D., M.D., Associate Clinical Professor of 
Pathology. 

Robert E. Scully, M.D., Associate Clinical Professor of Pa- 
thology. 

Edgar B. Taft, M.D., Associate Clinical Professor of Pathology. 

Gordon F. Vawter, M.D., Associate Clinical Professor of Pa- 
thology. 

Austin L. Vickery, Jr., M.D., Associate Clinical Professor of 
Pathology. 

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Leonard Atkins, M.D., Assistant Clinical Professor of Pathology. 

James B. Caulfield, M.D., Assistant Professor of Pathology at 
the Massachusetts General Hospital. 

Wallace H. Clark, Jr., M.D., Assistant Professor of Pathology 
at the Massachusetts General Hospital. 

Bradley E. Copeland, M.D., Assistant Clinical Professor of 
Pathology. 

Ramzi S. Cotran, M.D., Assistant Professor of Pathology. 

John E. Craighead, M.D., Assistant Professor of Pathology. 

Alastair W. Cunningham, M.B., Ch.B., Assistant Professor of 
Pathology at the Peter Bent Brigham Hospital (from January 
i, 1967). 

George W. Curtis, M.D., Assistant Clinical Professor of Pathol- 
ogy 

Shirley G. Driscoll, M.D., Assistant Clinical Professor of Path- 
ology. 

Martin H. Flax, Ph.D., A4.D., Assistant Professor of Pathology 
at the Massachusetts General Hospital. 

Thomas J. Gill, 3D, M.D., Assistant Professor of Pathology. 

Hazel M. Gore, M.B., Ch.B., Assistant Professor of Pathology. 

Earl "E" Hellerstein, M.D., Assistant Professor of Pathology. 

Johannes P. Kulka, M.D., Assistant Clinical Professor of Pathol- 
ogy- 

Si-Chun Ming, M.D., Assistant Professor of Pathology at the 

Beth Israel Hospital. 

Franz von Lichtenberg, M.D., Assistant Professor of Pathology 
at the Peter Bent Brigham Hospital. 

Robert Fienberg, M.D., Lecturer on Pathology. 

George E. Foley, D.Sc., Lecturer on Pathology. 

Hermann Lisco, M.D., Lecturer on Pathology, and Assistant 
Dean of the Faculty of Medicine for Student Affairs (from 
January 1, 1967). 

Bernard F. Trum, D.V.M., Lecturer on Veterinary Medicine in 
the Department of Pathology, Director of the Animal Re- 
search Center and Director of the New England Regional 
Primate Research Center. 

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Thomas P. Ashford, M.D., Associate in Pathology at the Beth 
Israel Hospital. 

Karoly Balogh, M.D., Associate in Pathology at the Massachu- 
setts General Hospital. 

Joseph M. Corson, M.D., Associate in Pathology. 

Diane W. Crocker, M.D., Associate in Pathology at the Peter 
Bent Brigham Hospital. 

George T. Diamandopoulos, M.D., Associate in Pathology. 

Robert L. Ehrmann, M.D., Clinical Associate in Pathology. 

Hossein-Dariush Fahimi, M.D., Associate in Pathology. 

Wallace A. Jones, Al.D., Clinical Associate in Pathology. 

Merle A. Legg, M.D., CM., Clinical Associate in Pathology. 

Arthur A. Like, M.D., Associate in Pathology. 

Edward S. Reynolds, Jr., M.D., Associate in Pathology at the 
Peter Bent Brigham Hospital. 

Sanford I. Roth, M.D., Associate in Pathology at the Massa- 
chusetts General Hospital. 

Stephen M. Shea, M.B., Ch.B., AID., Associate in Pathology. 

Priscilla D. Taft, M.D., Clinical Associate in Pathology. 

D. Richard Van Praagh, M.D., Clinical Associate in Pathology. 

Hubert J. Wolfe, M.D., Associate in Pathology at the Massa- 
chusetts General Hospital. 

Gilbert H. Friedell, A4.D., Lecturer on Pathology. 

Edward A. Gall, M.D., Visiting Lecturer on Pathology (March 
28, 1967 through April 3, 1967). 

Ira Gore, M.D., Lecturer on Pathology. 

Leonard S. Gottlieb, M.D., Lecturer on Pathology. 

James H. Graham, M.D., Lecturer on Pathology. 

Oscar A. Iseri, M.D., Lecturer on Pathology. 

Arthur J. A4cBay, Ph.D., Lecturer on Legal Aiedicine in the 
Department of Pathology. 

Walter G. J. Putschar, M.D., Lecturer on Pathology. 

Stanley L. Robbins, M.D., Lecturer on Pathology. 

Andrew S. Abraham, A4.D., Research Associate in Pathology. 

Eleanor C. Adams, A.B., Research Associate in Pathology. 

Richard A. Adams, Ph.D., Research Associate in Pathology. 

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Rogelio Alarcon, M.D., Research Associate in Pathology. 
Mayo E. Brown, Ph.D., Research Associate in Pathology. 
John A. Cavins, M.D., Research Associate in Pathology. 
Samuel S. Epstein, M.D., Research Associate in Pathology. 
Awtar K. Ganju, Ph.D., Research Associate in Pathology. 
Lippman H. Geronimus, Ph.D., Research Associate in Pathology. 
Morris N. Green, Ph.D., Research Associate in Pathology. 
Masando Hayashi, M.D., Ph.D., Research Associate in Pathology. 
Ronald D. Hunt, D.V.M., Research Associate in Pathology. 
Lorna D. Johnson, M.D., Research Associate in Pathology. 
Saul Malkiel, Ph.D., M.D., Research Associate in Pathology. 
Robert E. McCarthy, Ph.D., Research Associate in Pathology. 
Edward J. Modest, Ph.D., Research Associate in Pathology. 
DeWayne Roberts, Ph.D., Research Associate in Pathology. 
Howard S. Rubenstein, A4.D., Research Associate in Pathology. 
Barbara H. Saneord, Ph.D., Research Associate in Pathology. 
Henry S. Slayter, Ph.D., Research Associate in Pathology. 
Betty B. G. Uzman, M.D., Research Associate in Pathology. 
Tien-Wen Tao Wiedmann, Ph.D., Research Associate in Path- 
ology. 
George Yerganian, Ph.D., Research Associate in Pathology. 
Nolton H. Bigelow, M.D., Instructor in Pathology. 
Harry W. Carter, M.D., Instructor in Pathology. 
Roger A. Cote, M.D., Instructor in Pathology. 
Charles J. De Wan, M.D., Instructor in Pathology. 
Jules Edlow, M.D., Instructor in Pathology. 
Donald Feldman, *M.D., Instructor in Pathology. 
Edward O. Fox, M.D., Instructor in Pathology. 
Charles E. Gilmore, D.V.M., Instructor in Pathology. 
Harvey Goldman, A4.D., Instructor in Pathology. 
Joseph S. Incze, M.D., Instructor in Pathology. 
Hubert Jock in, M.D., Instructor in Pathology. 
Charles S. Kahn, A4.D., Instructor in Pathology. 
Irwin K. Kline, M.D., Instructor in Pathology. 
Tilde S. Kline, M.D., Instructor in Pathology. 
George Kury, M.D., Instructor in Pathology. 

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Olga C. Leary, M.D., Instructor in Pathology. 

Richard R. Lindquist, M.D., Instructor in Pathology (resigned 

January 15, 1967). 
Joseph C. A4erriam, Jr., M.D., Instructor in Pathology. 
Pen-ming L. Ming, M.D., Instructor in Pathology. 
Miriam Moldveen (Geronimus), M.D., Instructor in Pathology. 
Arthur E. O'Dea, M.D., Instructor in Pathology. 
John A. Peters, M.D., Instructor in Pathology. 
Charles R. Robinson, AI.B., Ch.B., Instructor in Pathology. 
Russell B. Street, Jr., M.D., Instructor in Pathology. 
Joe Suyemoto, M.D., Instructor in Pathology. 
Carol J. Amick, xM.D., Assistant in Pathology. 
Albert E. Anderson, M.D., Assistant in Pathology. 
George K. Baer, M.D., Assistant in Pathology. 
Glenda W. Brodkey, M.D., Assistant in Pathology. 
George R. Dickersin, M.D., Assistant in Pathology. 
Arthur W. Duff, M.D., Assistant in Pathology. 
George W. Evans, M.D., Assistant in Pathology. 
James M. Gibson, M.D., Assistant in Pathology (from October 

1, 1966). 
Jacob Goldstein, Ph.D., Assistant in Pathology. 
Robert S. Harper, M.D., Assistant in Pathology. 
Carl A. Harris, Ph.D., M.D., Assistant in Pathology. 
Isao Katayama, M.D., Ph.D., Assistant in Pathology. 
David H. Kessel, Ph.D., Assistant in Pathology. 
Robert M. Lewis, D.V.M., Assistant in Pathology. 
Kenneth W. Lieberman, Ph.D., Assistant in Pathology (from 

September 1, 1966). 
Kilmer S. A4cCully, AID., Assistant in Pathology. 
William F. O'Toole, A4.D., Assistant in Pathology. 
Jane F. Pascale, AID., Assistant in Pathology (from October 

1, 1966). 
Livia H. Rev-Kury, M.D., Assistant in Pathology. 
AIonira K. Rifaat, AI.B., Ch.B., Assistant in Pathology. 
Adrianne E. Rogers, M.D., Assistant in Pathology. 
Luke G. Tedeschi, Al.D., Assistant in Pathology. 

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Bernard C. Zook, D.V.M., Assistant in Pathology. 

Arlene O. Bensam, Ph.D., Research Fellow in Pathology. 

Norval W. King, Jr., D.V.M., Research Fellow in Pathology. 

Kaethe Kretschmer, M.D., Research Fellow in Pathology. 

Charles T. Ladoulis, M.D., Research Fellow in Pathology. 

Irwin Leav, D.V.M., Research Fellow in Pathology. 

James C. Murphy, D.V.M., Ph.D., Research Fellow in Pathology. 

Herbert T. Norris, M.D., Research Fellow in Pathology. 

Yumiko Ohta, Ph.D., Research Fellow in Pathology (from 

September 15, 1966). 
David S. Papermaster, A4.D., Research Fellow in Pathology. 
Leamox T. Pulley, D.V.M., Research Fellow in Pathology. 
Rodney L. Robison, D.V.M., Research Fellow in Pathology (from 

October 1, 1966). 
Eveline E. Schneeberger, M.D., Research Fellow in Pathology. 
Harry R. Schuiviacher, M.D., Research Fellow in Pathology. 
Slmon J. Simonian, M.B., B.S., Research Fellow in Pathology. 
Jerome H. Smith, M.D., Research Fellow in Pathology. 
Kurt S. Stenn, M.D., Research Fellow in Pathology. 
Yves J. Van Schoote, M.D., Research Fellow in Pathology (from 

September 1, 1966). 
Frederick W. Bauer, M.D., Teaching Fellow in Pathology. 
George J. Busch, M.D., Teaching Fellow in Pathology. 
Jean E. Carter, M.D., Teaching Fellow in Pathology. 
James J. Daly, M.B., Ch.B., Teaching Fellow in Pathology. 
Ronald A. DeLellis, M.D., Teaching Fellow in Pathology. 
Jean Duquella, M.D., Teaching Fellow in Pathology. 
Hilary Evans, M.D., Teaching Fellow in Pathology (resigned 

December 31, 1966). 
John L. Farber, M.D., Teaching Fellow in Pathology. 
Charles G. Huizenga, M.D., Teaching Fellow in Pathology. 
Richard A. Jaqua, M.D., Teaching Fellow in Pathology. 
Houchidar C. Maneche, A4.D., Teaching Fellow in Pathology. 
Gerald Nash, M.D., Teaching Fellow in Pathology. 
Takashi Okagaki, M.D., Teaching Fellow in Pathology. 
Daniel G. Sheahan, M.B., Ch.B., Teaching Fellow in Pathology. 

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Peter J. Tegtmeyer, M.D., Teaching Fellow in Pathology. 
Robert L. Trelstad, M.D., Teaching Fellow in Pathology. 
Joel Umlas, M.D., Teaching Fellow in Pathology. 
Ronald S. Weinstein, M.D., Teaching Fellow in Pathology. 
Dinah T. Yu, M.B., Teaching Fellow in Pathology. 



Affiliated: 

John C. Snyder, M.D., Professor of Public Health Bacteriology, 
and Dean of the School of Public Health. 

Paul Goldhaber, D.D.S., Associate Professor of Periodontology, 
and Tutor in Dental Science. 

Edward H. Kass, M.D., Ph.D., Associate Professor of Bacte- 
riology and Immunology. 

Taylor R. Smith, M.D., Assistant Clinical Professor of Ophthal- 
mology. 

Carolyn Cohen, Ph.D., Lecturer on Biophysics at The Children's 
Hospital. 

Lewis T. Mann, Jr., Lecturer on Biological Chemistry. 

Shou-Cheng J. Fu, Ph.D., Research Associate in Biological Chem- 
istry. 

Mervyn Israel, Ph.D., Research Associate in Biological Chem- 
istry. 

Required Course 

Pathology A. Second Year. — The second year course in pathology 
is planned as a systematic survey of pathology. It consists of lectures, 
laboratory study of pathologic histology and demonstrations of gross 
pathologic material, partly as fixed specimens, but more extensively as 
demonstrations of fresh autopsy and surgical material brought from 
the laboratories of the affiliated hospitals. Students visit the Pathology 
Laboratories of the Boston City Hospital, Massachusetts General 
Hospital, Peter Bent Brigham Hospital, Children's Hospital, Beth 
Israel Hospital, New England Deaconess Hospital, Boston Hospital 
for Women, and the South Huntington Avenue Veterans Hospital, 
for participation in performance of autopsies. 

Lectures are given three days in the week by the staff. The course 
is divided roughly, though not sharply, into general and special 
pathology, covering in the first part of the year basic pathologic 

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processes, such as tissue injury and repair, inflammation, tissue re- 
sponses to specific infectious agents and neoplasia. Special pathology 
is integrated with the other second year courses and designated as 
Pathologic Physiology. Eight organs or systems will be thus con- 
sidered during the present academic year: hematopoietic system, kid- 
ney, cardiovascular system, respiratory system, gastrointestinal system, 
endocrine-reproductive system, musculoskeletal, and nervous system. 
The pathology of the eye and oral cavity are covered in collabora- 
tion with other departments of the University. 

Courses in parasitology and neuropathology are given separately 
by the Department of Tropical Public Health of the Harvard School 
of Public Health and the Department of Neurology respectively. 
Neuropathology is, however, one of the component parts of the 
multi-departmental course, Pathologic Physiology. 

SECOND YEAR HOURS 

Lectures. Dr. Hertig and Associates. 

Laboratory work. Dr. Hertig and Associates. 35of 

t This figure includes Parasitology and Neuropathology. 

Fourth Year Elective Courses * 

BLOCK COURSES 

501. Advanced Pathology. Dr. Dammin. 

502. Gynecologic Pathology. Dr. J. M. Craig. 

503. Fetal and Obstetrical Pathology. Dr. J. M. Craig. 

504. Advanced Pathology. Drs, Cotran and Gottlieb. 

505. Advanced Pathology. Drs. Castleman and E. B. Taft. 

506. Advanced Pathology. Drs. Castleman and E. B. Taft. 

507. Advanced Pathology. Dr. Freiman. 

508. Advanced Pathology. Dr. Farber. 

509. Pathology of Tumors. Dr. Meissner. 

510. Pathology of Endocrine Diseases. Dr. Meissner. 

51 1 M. Pathology of Skin — Clinical and Microscopic Correlations. Drs. 

Fitzpatrick and W. Clark. {Same course as Dermatology 503M.) 
512M. Clinical Liver Disease and Gastroenterology. Drs. Davidson, Zam- 

check and Associates. {Same course as Medicine 514M.) 
513M. Advanced Study in Neuropathology. Dr. Romanul. {Same coarse 

as Neurology 502 M.) 
514M. Advanced Study in Neuropathology. Dr. E. P. Richardson. {Same 

course as Neurology 509 M.) 
* See A Schedule of Fourth Year Elective Courses 1966-1961 for addi- 
tional information. 

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BLOCK COURSES — RESEARCH 

801. Research in Pathology (a): Laboratory Aspects. Dr. Dammin. 

802. Research in Pathology (b): Clinico-Pathologic Aspects. Dr. Dammin. 

803. Experimental Research Oriented to Problems of Neoplasia. Dr. Lisco. 

804. Research in Special Areas. Dr. Farber and Associates. 

805. Research in Pathology. Drs. Castleman and E. B. Taft. 

806. Pathophysiology of Liver and Gastrointestinal Diseases. Drs. David- 
son, McDermott, Zamcheck, and Associates. (Same course as Medi- 
cine 816 and Surgery 81$.) 

807. Gastronintestinal Disease II. Dr. Zamcheck and Associates. {Same 
course as Medicine 539.) 

LONGITUDINAL COURSE 

701. Neoplasms of Melanocytes and Related Problems in Cutaneous Pa- 
thology. Dr. W. Clark. (Same course as Dermatology 704.) 



Division of Legal Medicine — Department of 
Pathology 

Leonard Atkins, M.D., Assistant Clinical Professor of Pathology, 
and Acting Head of the Division of Legal Medicine of the 
Department of Pathology. 

George W. Curtis, jM.D., Assistant Clinical Professor of Path- 
ology. 

Constantine J. Maletskos, Ph.D., Lecturer on Legal Aiedicine 
in the Department of Pathology. 

Arthur J. McBay, Ph.D., Lecturer on Legal Medicine in the 
Department of Pathology. 

Nolton H. Bigelow, M.D., Instructor in Pathology. 

Arthur W. Duff, M.D., Assistant in Pathology. 



Affiliated: 

Jack R. Ewalt, M.D., A.M. (hon.), Bullard Professor of Psy- 
chiatry. 

Required Course 

Principal Clinical Year. — Fourteen lectures. The relationship of 
the physician to organized society. Laws and legal principles re- 

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lating to the practice of medicine. Medical evidence and its relation 
to the administration of justice. Principles of forensic pathology 
and toxicology. Lectures. 

PRINCIPAL CLINICAL YEAR HOURS 

Lectures. Dr. Atkins and Associates. H.M.S. Fourteen Wednes- 
day afternoons, at 4.15 p.m. 14 



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Department of Pediatrics 



Charles A. Janeway, M.D., AM. (hon.), A4.D. (hon.), Thomas 
Aiorgan Rotch Professor of Pediatrics, and Head of the 
Department at The Children's Hospital. 

Nathan B. Talbot, M.D., Charles Wilder Professor of Pediatrics, 
and Head of the Department at the Massachusetts General 
Hospital. 

William Berenberg, M.D., Clinical Professor of Pediatrics. 

Louis K. Diamond, M.D., Professor of Pediatrics at The Chil- 
dren's Hospital (on sabbatical leave from September i, 
1966 through August 31, 1967). 

James R. Gallagher, M.D., Clinical Professor of Pediatrics. 

Alexander S. Nadas, M.D., Clinical Professor of Pediatrics. 

Harry Shwachman, M.D., Clinical Professor of Pediatrics. 

Clement A. Smith, AID., A.M. (hon.), AID. (hon.), Professor 
of Pediatrics at the Boston Hospital For Women (Lving- 
in Division), and Chairman of the Executive Committee of 
the Departments of Pediatrics. 

Stewart H. Clifford, A4.D., Associate Clinical Professor of 
Pediatrics. 

John D. Crawford, A4.D., Associate Professor of Pediatrics at the 
A4assachusetts General Hospital. 

Park S. Gerald, A4.D., Associate Professor of Pediatrics at The 
Children's Hospital. 

DeWitt C. Baldwin, Jr., AI.D., Assistant Professor of Pediatrics 
at the Forsyth Dental Infirmary for Children. 

Robert B. Berg, A4.D., Assistant Professor of Pediatrics at the 
Beth Israel Hospital. 

John F. Crigler, Jr., A4.D., Assistant Professor of Pediatrics at 
The Children's Hospital. 

Allen C. Crocker, A4.D., Assistant Clinical Professor of Pedi- 
atrics, and Tutor in Aiedical Science. 

Francis X. Fellers, AID., Assistant Professor of Pediatrics at 
The Children's Hospital. 



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Donald C. Fyler, M.D., Assistant Clinical Professor of Pediatrics 

(from October i, 1966). 
Paul G. Hugenholtz, M.D., Assistant Professor of Pediatrics 

at The Children's Hospital. 
Samuel L. Katz, M.D., Assistant Professor of Pediatrics at The 

Children's Hospital. 
John W. Littlefield, M.D., Assistant Professor of Pediatrics 

at the Massachusetts General Hospital. 
R. Grier Moxrok, M.D., Assistant Professor of Pediatrics at 

The Children's Hospital. 
David G. Nathan, M.D., Assistant Professor of Pediatrics at The 

Children's Hospital. 
Frkd S. Rosen, M.D., Assistant Professor of Pediatrics at The 

Children's Hospital, and Tutor in Medical Science. 
Ralph A. Ross, M.D., Assistant Clinical Professor of Pediatrics. 
John Kosa, Ph.D., Lecturer on Sociology in the Department of 

Pediatrics. 
Benedict F. Massell, M.D., Lecturer on Pediatrics. 
Joel J. Alpert, M.D., Associate in Pediatrics. 
Thomas B. Brazelton, M.D., Clinical Associate in Pediatrics. 
Leo B. Burgin, M.D., Clinical Associate in Pediatrics. 
John P. Connelly, M.D., Associate in Pediatrics. 
James E. Drorbaugh, AID., Clinical Associate in Pediatrics. 
Richard B. Kearslky, M.D., Associate in Pediatrics (on leave 

July 1, 1966 through June 30, 1967). 
Sherwin V. Kevy, M.D., Clinical Associate in Pediatrics. 
Jerome O. Klein, M.D., Associate in Pediatrics. 
Robert P. Masland, Jr., MX)., Clinical Associate in Pediatrics. 
Anna T. Mrrus, M.D., Clinical Associate in Pediatrics. 
Harry L. Mueller, M.D., Clinical Associate in Pediatrics. 
Nicholas M. Nelson, M.D., Associate in Pediatrics at the Boston 

Hospital for Women (Lying-in Division), and Tutor in 

Medical Science. 
Philip J. Porter, jM.D., Clinical Associate in Pediatrics. 
David H. Smith, M.D., Associate in Pediatrics, and Tutor in 

Pediatrics. 

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William D. Winter, Jr., M.D., Clinical Associate in Pediatrics. 

Sydney S. Gellis, A4.D., Lecturer on Pediatrics. 

Robert Klein, M.D., Lecturer on Pediatrics. 

Louis Weinstein, Ph.D., M.D., Lecturer on Infectious Diseases. 

Irena Antonowicz, Ph.D., Research Associate in Pediatrics. 

Lakshmi Das, M.B., B.S., Research Associate in Pediatrics. 

Clementine F. Geiser, M.D., Research Associate in Pediatrics. 

Norman I. Gold, Ph.D., Research Associate in Biological Chem- 
istry in the Department of Pediatrics. 

Mitsuko T. Laforet, AI.D., Research Associate in Pediatrics. 

Miriam D. Manning, M.D., Research Associate in Pediatrics. 

Marshall Melin, Ph.D., Research Associate in Pediatrics. 

Jacob G. Michael, Ph.D., Research Associate in Bacteriology 
and Immunology in the Department of Pediatrics (resigned 
September 26, 1966). 

William I. Neikirk, M.D., Research Associate in Pediatrics (re- 
signed September 30, 1966). 

Harald Orjasaeter, M.D., Research Associate in Pediatrics 
(through January 31, 1967). 

Leon S. Robertson, Ph.D., Research Associate in Sociology in 
the Department of Pediatrics (from August 1, 1966). 

Dorothy B. Villee, M.D., Research Associate in Pediatrics. 

Thomas W. Adams, M.D., Instructor in Pediatrics. 

Olga E. Allers, M.D., Instructor in Pediatrics. 

Irving W. Bailit, M.D., Instructor in Pediatrics. 

Euan T. Blanch, M.D., Instructor in Pediatrics. 

Gerald E. Bloom, M.D., Instructor in Pediatrics. 

Nancy H. Bright, M.D., Instructor in Pediatrics. 

John K. Brines, M.D., Instructor in Pediatrics. 

Josiah W. Brown, M.D., Instructor in Pediatrics. 

James J. A. Cavanaugh, At.D., Instructor in Pediatrics. 

William D. Cochran, M.D., Instructor in Pediatrics. 

Albert Cohen, M.D., Instructor in Pediatrics. 

Karel J. de Haas, M.D., Instructor in Pediatrics. 

William A. Dickson, M.D., Instructor in Pediatrics. 

William R. Dorsey, M.D., CM., Instructor in Pediatrics. 

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Edward C. Dyer, M.D., Instructor in Pediatrics. 

LeRoy L. Eldredge, Jr., M.D., Instructor in Pediatrics. 

Lawrence J. Essember, M.D., Instructor in Pediatrics. 

Nathan H. Fearer, M.D., Instructor in Pediatrics. 

Joseph N. Fisher, Jr., M.D., Instructor in Pediatrics. 

Joseph W. Fowler, M.D., Instructor in Pediatrics. 

Albert A. Frank, M.D., Instructor in Pediatrics. 

Walter J. Gamble, M.D., Instructor in Pediatrics. 

Warren M. Gold, M.D., Instructor in Pediatrics, and Tutor in 

Medical Science. 
Allan Goldblatt, M.D., Instructor in Pediatrics. 
Jordan B. Greenfield, M.D., Instructor in Pediatrics. 
Herbert A. Haessler, M.D., Instructor in Pediatrics. 
Sprague W. Hazard, M.D., Instructor in Pediatrics. 
Margaret C. Heagarty, ALD., Instructor in Pediatrics. 
John P. Hubbell, Jr., M.D., Instructor in Pediatrics. 
David Ingall, ALD., Instructor in Pediatrics. 
John B. Joseph, M.D., Instructor in Pediatrics. 
Joseph L. Kennedy, Jr., M.D., Instructor in Pediatrics. 
Kon T. Khaw, M.D., Instructor in Pediatrics. 
Martin R. Klemperer, ALD., Instructor in Pediatrics. 
Christopher G. C. LaFarge, ALD., Instructor in Pediatrics. 
David J Lang, ALD., Instructor in Pediatrics, and Tutor in 

Medical Science. 
Alexander S. MacDonald, Jr., M.D., Instructor in Pediatrics. 
Francis C. McDonald, M.D., Instructor in Pediatrics. 
Joseph J. McGovern, M.D., Instructor in Pediatrics. 
Otto S. Nau, Jr., M.D., Instructor in Pediatrics. 
Julian L. Pearlman, M.D., Instructor in Pediatrics. 
Thomas C. Peebles, ALD., Instructor in Pediatrics. 
Veronica S. Petersen, ALD., Instructor in Pediatrics. 
William Pfeffer, Jr., ALD., Instructor in Pediatrics. 
William H. Plauth, Jr., ALD., Instructor in Pediatrics. 
Daniel R. Rectanus, ALD., Instructor in Pediatrics. 
Gertrud C. Reyersbach, ALD., Instructor in Pediatrics. 
Robert H. Richie, Jr., M.D., Instructor in Pediatrics. 

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John S. Robey, M.D., Instructor in Pediatrics. 
Oliver F. Roddey, Jr., M.D., Instructor in Pediatrics. 
Jordan S. Ruboy, M.D., Instructor in Pediatrics. 
Robert T. Sceery, M.D., Instructor in Pediatrics. 
Edward M. Sears, M.D., Instructor in Pediatrics. 
Gerald B. Shattuck, M.D., Instructor in Pediatrics. 
S. Norman Sherry, M.D., Instructor in Pediatrics. 
Irving Silverman, AID., Instructor in Pediatrics. 
Lendon Snedeker, M.D., Instructor in Pediatrics. 
Lester F. Soyka, AID., Instructor in Pediatrics. 
Allan B. Stimson, M.D., Instructor in Pediatrics. 
Herbert S. Strauss, M.D., Instructor in Pediatrics. 
Harry B. Stults, Jr., M.D., Instructor in Pediatrics. 
George H. Taft, M.D., Instructor in Pediatrics. 
Rudolf Toch, AID., Instructor in Pediatrics. 
William J. Turtle, A4.D., Instructor in Pediatrics. 
John W. G. Tuthill, AID., Instructor in Pediatrics. 
Irving Umansky, A4.D., Instructor in Pediatrics. 
Wilhelmina A4. Van Dyke, A4.D., Instructor in Pediatrics. 
Willem vanPelt, A4.D., Instructor in Pediatrics. 
Stella Z. vanPraagh, A4.D., Instructor in Pediatrics. 
Jacob Wallace, M.D., Instructor in Pediatrics. 
Richard H. Watson, A4.D., Instructor in Pediatrics. 
Mary E. B. Wohl, M.D., Instructor in Pediatrics. 
Eleonore C. Zaudy, A4.D., Instructor in Pediatrics. 
Alla G. Zaver, Al.B., B.S., Instructor in Pediatrics. 
William J. Adelson, M.D., Assistant in Pediatrics. 
Donald J. Annino, A4.D., Assistant in Pediatrics. 
Kelley K. Davis, M.D., Assistant in Pediatrics. 
Paul F. Donahue, A4.D., Assistant in Pediatrics. 
Ralph Earle, Jr., A4.D., Assistant in Pediatrics. 
Arnold D. Fiascone, AID., Assistant in Pediatrics. 
Aiorton J. Franklin, A4.D., Assistant in Pediatrics. 
Garabed H. Garabedian, A4.D., Assistant in Pediatrics. 
George M. Gill, AID., Assistant in Pediatrics. 
George A. Glines, Ai.D., Assistant in Pediatrics. 

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Elizabeth A. Gregory, M.D., Assistant in Pediatrics. 

Andrew D. Guthrie, Jr., M.D., Assistant in Pediatrics. 

Gerald W. Hazard, M.D., Assistant in Pediatrics. 

Richard A. Katz, M.D., Assistant in Pediatrics. 

Maurice E. Keenan, AID., Assistant in Pediatrics. 

Howard S. King, M.D., Assistant in Pediatrics. 

Leon E. Kruger, M.D., Assistant in Pediatrics. 

Rosemary C. Leake, M.D., Assistant in Pediatrics. 

H. Lester Medlinsky, M.D., Assistant in Pediatrics. 

Myron Morris, Ph.D., iVI.D., Assistant in Pediatrics. 

Lawrence S. Morse, M.D., Assistant in Pediatrics. 

Donald M. Muirhead, Jr., M.D., Assistant in Pediatrics. 

Alice C. Nauen, M.D., Assistant in Pediatrics. 

Cathleen C. O'Brien, M.D., Assistant in Pediatrics. 

Robert J. Orme, M.D., Assistant in Pediatrics. 

Joseph Osborne, M.D., Assistant in Pediatrics. 

Eileen M. Ouellette, M.D., Assistant in Pediatrics. 

Howard J. Potter, M.D., Assistant in Pediatrics. 

Julius Rako, M.D., Assistant in Pediatrics. 

Stephan L. Reynolds, M.D., Assistant in Pediatrics. 

George L. Robb, M.D., Assistant in Pediatrics. 

Murray K. Rosenthal, M.D., Assistant in Pediatrics. 

Daniel C. Shannon, M.D., Assistant in Pediatrics. 

George L. Siegel, A.B., Assistant in Pediatrics. 

Leslie Silverstone, M.D., D.P.H., Assistant in Pediatrics. 

George Storm, M.D., Assistant in Pediatrics. 

John S. Taub, M.D., Assistant in Pediatrics. 

Harold J. Wheeler, M.D., Assistant in Pediatrics. 

Martin K. White, M.D., Assistant in Pediatrics. 

Thomas J. Whitfield, 3RD., M.D., Assistant in Pediatrics. 

Alan Ziskind, M.D., Assistant in Pediatrics. 

William H. Albers, M.D., Research Fellow in Pediatrics. 

Theodore W. AvRuskin, M.D., Research Fellow in Pediatrics. 

Robert L. Baehxer, M.D., Research Fellow in Pediatrics. 

Christos S. Bartsocas, M.D., Research Fellow in Pediatrics. 

Richard S. Baum, M.D., Research Fellow in Pediatrics. 

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Hans H. Bode, M.D., Research Fellow in Pediatrics. 

Frederick P. A. Capps, M.B., B.S., Research Fellow in Pediatrics 
(through August 31, 1966). 

Joan D. Crain, A4.D., Research Fellow in Pediatrics. 

Maria L. Dufau, M.D., Research Fellow in Pediatrics. 

Amy Edalji, M.B., B.S., Research Fellow in Pediatrics. 

Robert C. Ellison, M.D., Research Fellow in Pediatrics. 

Richard I. Feinbloom, M.D., Research Fellow in Pediatrics. 

Enrique M. Galan, M.D., Research Fellow in Pediatrics (through 
December 31, 1966). 

Mary C. Goodchild, M.B., B.S., Research Fellow in Pediatrics. 

Ronald J. Heller, M.D., Research Fellow in Pediatrics. 

Douglas S. Holsclaw, Jr., M.D., Research Fellow in Pediatrics 
(from September 15, 1966). 

Stanley D. Johnson, AID., Research Fellow in Pediatrics. 

Elvin Kaplan, M.D., Research Fellow in Pediatrics. 

Margaret Kemball, M.B., B.S., Research Fellow in Pediatrics 
(through October 31, 1966). 

Shuzo Matsumoto, M.D., Research Fellow in Pediatrics. 

Leone F. Mattioli, M.D., Research Fellow in Pediatrics. 

John M. Neff, M.D., Research Fellow in Pediatrics. 

Christopher H. Nourse, M.B., Ch.B., Research Fellow in Pedi- 
atrics (through September 30, 1966. 

Vilma Piedrahita, M.D., Research Fellow in Pediatrics. 

I. Barry Pless, M.D., Research Fellow in Pediatrics. 

Albert C. Price, M.D., Research Fellow in Pediatrics. 

Betty L. Priestley, M.B., B.S., Research Fellow in Pediatrics. 

Bruce M. Rosenberg, M.D., Research Fellow in Pediatrics. 

AiMimon Rosenthal, M.D., Research Fellow in Pediatrics. 

Ellen F. Runge, A4.D., Research Fellow in Pediatrics (from 
September 1, 1966). 

Anne-Marie Schindler, M.D., Research Fellow in Pediatrics. 

Elias Schwartz, M.D., Research Fellow in Pediatrics. 

Myron Siner, M.B., Ch.B., Research Fellow in Pediatrics. 

Albert W. Sparrow, jM.D., Research Fellow in Pediatrics. 

Charles E. Teebagy, M.D., Research Fellow in Pediatrics. 

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James R. Tiernan, M.B., B.S., Research Fellow in Pediatrics 

(through March 31, 1967). 
Henry R. Wagner, M.D., Research in Pediatrics. 
Wladimir Wertelecki, M.D., Research Fellow in Pediatrics. 
Catherine M. Wilfert, M.D., Research Fellow in Pediatrics. 
Harold S. Zarkowsky, M.D., Research Fellow in Pediatrics. 
John P. Anderson, M.D., Teaching Fellow in Pediatrics. 
Charles S. August, M.D., Teaching Fellow in Pediatrics. 
Cheston M. Berlin, Jr., M.D., Teaching Fellow in Pediatrics. 
Gregory R. Bonomo, M.D., Teaching Fellow in Pediatrics. 
Andrew G. Glass, A4.D., Teaching Fellow in Pediatrics. 
Richard J. Grand, M.D., Teaching Fellow in Pediatrics. 
Robert A. Greenberg, M.D., Teaching Fellow in Pediatrics. 
Thorlakur S. Halldorsson, A4.D., Teaching Fellow in Pediatrics. 
William B. Henry, M.D., Teaching Fellow in Pediatrics. 
Alan H. Nauss, M.D., Teaching Fellow in Pediatrics. 
jMarshall L. Reiner, Jr., M.D., Teaching Fellow in Pediatrics. 
John C. Robinson, M.D., Teaching Fellow in Pediatrics. 
Nathan P. Strause, 3D, M.D., Teaching Fellow in Pediatrics. 
Stephen F. Wang, M.D., Teaching Fellow in Pediatrics. 



Affiliated: 

Charles F. Barlow, M.D., Bronson Crothers Professor of Neu- 
rology and Head of the Department at The Children's 
Hospital. 

Sidney Farber, M.D., Professor of Pathology at The Children's 
Hospital. 

George E. Gardner, M.D., Professor of Psychiatry at The Chil- 
dren's Hospital. 

Edward B. D. Neuhauser, M.D., Clinical Professor of Radiology. 

William M. Schmidt, M.D., Professor of Maternal and Child 
Health, S.P.H. 

Thomas H. Weller, M.D., Richard Pearson Strong Professor of 
Tropical Public Health, S.P.H. 

Philip R. Dodge, M.D., Assistant Professor of Neurology at the 
Massachusetts General Hospital. 

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Janet W. McArthur, M.D., Associate Clinical Professor of Medi- 
cine. 

Morton N. Swartz, M.D., Assistant Professor of Medicine at the 
Massachusetts General Hospital. 

Peter H. Wolff, M.D., Assistant Professor of Psychiatry at The 
Children's Hospital. 

Ezio Merler, Ph.D., Research Associate in Biological Chemistry. 

Tully Benaron, M.D., Instructor in Psychiatry. 

Dexter M. Bullard, Jr., M.D., Instructor in Psychiatry. 

Richard Galdston, M.D., Instructor in Psychiatry. 

Richmond Holder, At.D., Instructor in Psychiatry. 

John H. Lamont, M.D., Instructor in Psychiatry. 

Mary L. L. Scholl, M.D., Instructor in Neurology. 

Required Courses 

Pediatrics. Second Year. — During appropriate sections of the 
period devoted to correlative teaching in the second semester, pedi- 
atric lectures are given on adjustments of respiration, renal regula- 
tion, digestion and metabolism, and endocrinology, in early life. 
Participation by members of the Department of Pediatrics in labora- 
tory and demonstration exercises devoted to these and other body 
systems further introduces concepts of growth and development 
into the study of morphology and function in this period. 

Pediatrics. Introduction to the Clinic. — The student is taught 
the special aspects of infants and children as patients by those De- 
partment members attached to the hospital to which he is assigned 
for the course in Introduction to the Clinic. 

Pediatrics. Principal Clinical Year. — Pediatrics is taught inten- 
sively to one-eighth of the class at a time for six weeks at either 
The Children's Hospital Medical Center or the Massachusetts General 
Hospital. Insofar as possible, students "introduced to the clinic" at 
one hospital will be assigned for this six weeks of pediatrics to 
another. By classroom demonstrations and, especially, by working 
in small supervised sections in the wards and outpatient clinics, 
students learn by participation the prevention, diagnosis, and treat- 
ment of disease in infants and children, and the care of the well child. 

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SECOND YEAR HOURS 

Clinical lectures. C.H.M.C. Second half year 4 

INTRODUCTION TO THE CLINIC 

Clinical Instruction. 

PRINCIPAL CLINICAL YEAR 

Clinical Clerkship. C.H.M.C, M.G.H. 240 

Fourth Year Elective Courses * 

BLOCK COURSES 

501 M. General Pediatrics — Wards. Drs. Janeway, Diamond, and Beren- 
berg. 

502M. General Pediatrics — Ambulatory Services. Dr. Cone. 

503M. Pediatric Practice in a Rural Area. Dr. R. Berg. 

504M. Family Health Care Program — Short Course. Dr. Alpert and As- 
sociates. 

5o6iM. Medical Care of Adolescents. Dr. J. R. Gallagher and Associates. 

507M. Cardiology. Dr. Nadas and Associates. 

508M. Endocrinology and Metabolism I. Dr. Crigler and Associates. 

509M. Clinical Genetics. Dr. Gerald and Associates. 

510M. Hematology I. Dr. Diamond and Associates. 

51 iM. Neonatal Pediatrics. Dr. C. A. Smith and Associates. 

512M. Neoplastic Diseases. Dr. Farber and Associates. 

513M. Clinical Nutrition. Dr. Shwachman and Associates. 

514M. Diseases of Protein Metabolism and Immunologic Responses. Dr. F. 
S. Rosen and Associates. 

515M. Renal Metabolism. Dr. Fellers and Associates. 

516M. Rheumatic Fever and Rheumatic Heart Disease. Drs. Massell, 
Michael, and x\ssociates. 

517M. Pediatric Neurology. Dr. C. F. Barlow. {Same course as Neurology 
501M.) 

518M. General Pediatrics. Dr. Talbot. 

519M. Metabolism and Endocrinology. Dr. Crawford. 

520M. Behavioral Aspects of Pediatric A4edicine. Dr. Kearsley and Asso- 
ciates. 

52 1 M. Ambulatory Pediatrics. Dr. Connelly. 

522M. Pediatric Neurology I. Dr. Dodge. (Sa?ne course as Neurology 
506 M.) 

523M. Pediatric Neurology II. Dr. Dodge. (Same course as Neurology 
507M.) 

* See A Schedule of Fourth Year Elective Courses 1966-1 967 for addi- 
tional information. 

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PEDIATRICS 

524M. Pediatric Neurology. Dr. Moser. (Same course as Neurology 
508 M.) 

525M. Pediatric Surgery. Dr. Hendren. (Same course as Surgery $i^M.) 

526M. Infectious Disease. Dr. L. Weinstein. 

527M. Children's Surgery. Dr. Gross and Associates. (Saine course as Sur- 
gery $02 M.) 

BLOCK COURSES — RESEARCH 

801. Endocrinology and Aietabolism II. Dr. Crigler and Associates. 

802. Hematology II. Dr. Diamond and Associates. 

803. Infectious Diseases. Dr. S. Katz and Associates. 

LONGITUDINAL COURSES 

701. Pediatric Urologic Problems. Dr. Perlmutter. (Same course as 
Surgery 704.) 

702M. Family Health Care Program. Drs. Alpert, Bullard, Sidel, Rob- 
bins, and Associates. (Also listed in Interdepartmental Section.) 

703. Medical Sociology. Dr. Kosa and Associates. 



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Department of Pharmacology 

Otto Krayer, M.D., AM. (hon.), A4.D. (hon.), Gustavus Adol- 
phus Pfeiffer Professor of Pharmacology, and Head of the 
Department (retired August 31, 1966). 

Ullrich G. Trendelenburg, M.D., Ph.D., A. At. (hon.), Asso- 
ciate Professor of Pharmacology, and Acting Head of the 
Department (from September 1, 1966). 

Arnold S. V. Burgen, M.B., B.S., M.D., Visiting Professor of 
Pharmacology (from August 1, 1966 through September 30, 
1966). 

John R. Blinks, M.D., Assistant Professor of Pharmacology. 

Werner E. Flacke, M.D., Assistant Professor of Pharmacology. 

Oleg Jardetzky, M.D., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Pharmacol- 
ogy (resigned January 31, 1967). 

Roger T. Kelleher, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Pharmacology . 

Jan Koch-Weser, M.D., Assistant Professor of Pharmacology. 

Martin Lubin, M.D., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Pharmacol- 
ogy (on leave September 1, 1966 through June 30, 1967). 

William H. Atorse, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Psychology in 
the Department of Pharmacology. 

Hugues J. P. Ryser, A4.D., Assistant Professor of Pharmacology. 

Armen H. Tashjian, Jr., A4.D., Assistant Professor of Pharma- 
cology in the School of Dental A4edicine. 

Frederick C. Uhle, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Chemistry in 
the Department of Pharmacology (through August 31, 1966). 

Douglas R. Waud, M.D., D.Phil., Assistant Professor of Pharma- 
cology. 

Norman Weiner, M.D., Assistant Professor of Pharmacology. 

Paul R. Draskoczy, M.D., Associate in Pharmacology 

Lincoln T. Potter, M.D., Associate in Pharmacology (on leave 
July 1, 1966 through June 30, 1967). 

Geoffrey W. G. Sharp, Ph.D., Associate in Pharmacology at the 
A4assachusetts General Hospital. 

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Paul L. jMunson, Ph.D., A.M. (hon.), Lecturer on Pharma- 
cology in the School of Dental iMedicine (through August 
31, 1966). 

Jane Y. C. Chen, B.S., Research Associate in Neurophysiology 
and Neuropharmacology (resigned July 31, 1966). 

Peter Ofner, Ph.D., Research Associate in Pharmacology in the 
School of Dental iVIedicine. 

Marcus B. Waller, Ph.D., Research Associate in Pharmacology 
(through July 31, 1966). 

Richard A. Gillis, Ph.D., Instructor in Pharmacology. 

Salomon Z. Lancer, M.D., Instructor in Pharmacology (re- 
signed September 30, 1966). 

Camille B. Olson, Ph.D., Instructor in Pharmacology. 

Robert T. Anselmi, Ph.D., Research Fellow in Pharmacology 
(through August 31, 1966). 

Anne Clark, Ph.D., Research Fellow in Pharmacology (from 
August 15, 1966). 

Jack S. Cohen, Ph.D., Research Fellow in Pharmacology (from 
October 1, 1966 through December 31, 1966). 

Gordon L. Coppoc, D.V.iM., Research Fellow in Pharmacology 
(through August 31, 1966). 

Marie-Pierre I. Gabathuler, M.S., Research Fellow in Pharma- 
cology. 

Joseph M. Garfield, M.D., Research Fellow in Pharmacology. 

Leslie L. Iversen, Ph.D., Research Fellow in Neurophysiology 
and Neuropharmacology (through August 31, 1966). 

Susan D. Iversen, Ph.D., Research Fellow in Pharmacology 
(resigned August 31, 1966). 

Albert J. Kaumann, M.D., Research Fellow in Pharmacology 
(from September 15, 1966). 

Fu-li Lee, M.D., Research Fellow in Pharmacology (through 
July 31, 1966). 

James W. McKearney, Ph.D., Research Fellow in Pharmacology 
(from December 1, 1966). 

Donald E. McMillan, Ph.D., Research Fellow in Pharmacology 
(resigned August 31, 1966). 

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James C. Metcalfe, Ph.D., Research Fellow in Pharmacology 
(from July 15, 1966 through September 30, 1966). 

Asao Nakamura, D.Sc, Research Fellow in Pharmacology (re- 
signed October 31, 1966). 

Richari>K. Orkand, Ph.D., Research Fellow in Neurophysiology 
and Neuropharmacology (through August 31, 1966). 

Rosalba Pluchino, M.Pharm., Research Fellow in Pharmacol- 
ogy (from September 1, 1966). 

Salvatore B. Pluchino, M.D., Research Fellow in Pharmacology 
(from September 1, 1966). 

Mirjana Rabadjija, M.D., Research Fellow in Pharmacology. 

U. Ingrid Richardson, Ph.D., Research Fellow in Pharmacology. 

Charles B. Smith, M.D., Research Fellow in Pharmacology (re- 
signed July 31, 1966). 

Emrys W. Thomas, Ph.D., Research Fellow in Pharmacology 
(resigned July 31, 1966). 

George E. Vaillant, M.D., Research Fellow in Pharmacology 
(through July 31, 1966). 

Cornelis Van Der Vlies, M.S., Research Fellow in Pharmacol- 
ogy (from November 1, 1966 through December 31, 1966). 

Teow Seng Yeoh, M.B., B.S., Research Fellow in Pharmacology 
(from August 15, 1966). 



Affiliated: 

Peter B. Dews, M.B., Ch.B., Ph.D., A.M., (Hon.), Stanley Cobb 
Professor of Psychiatry and Psychobiology. 

Torsten N. Wiesel, M.D., Professor of Physiology (from Jan- 
uary 1, 1967). 

Walter R. Burack, M.D., Clinical Associate in Aiedicine. 

Milton H. Alper, M.D., Clinical Associate in Anesthesia. 

Required Course 

Pharmacology A. Second Year. — The course in Pharmacology 
consists of lectures, demonstrations, experimental laboratory exercises 
and conferences. Concepts of general importance in pharmacology 
and toxicology are presented and the opportunity is provided for stu- 

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dents to become acquainted with important drugs. Emphasis is placed 
on those actions of pharmacological agents which help in understand- 
ing the disordered physiology of disease and which are of importance 
in the rational treatment of disease. The mode of action of important 
drugs is discussed. In the laboratory, the student is able to become 
acquainted at first hand with some of the experimental facts, obtained 
from studies on man and animals, which provide the starting points 
for the analysis of pharmacological effects. 

SECOND YEAR HOURS 

Lectures. Dr. Trendelenburg and Associates. One hour, three 
times a week: Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday mornings, 
first half year. Members of the staff of the Department of 
Pharmacology will continue the teaching of Pharmacology in 
collaboration with other departments in the integrated pro- 
gram of the second half year. 

Laboratory work and conferences. Dr. Trendelenburg and As- 
sociates. Tuesday mornings, first half year. Further exercises 
in Pharmacology will be conducted as part of the integrated 
program of the second half year. 120 

Fourth Year Elective Courses* 

BLOCK COURSES — RESEARCH 

803. Endocrine Pharmacology. Dr. Tashjian. 

804. Molecular Structure and Biological Activity. Dr. Jardetzky. 

805. Pharmacology of Autonomic Nervous System. Dr. Trendelenburg. 
(Same course as Vharmacology 309, Faculty of Arts and Sciences.) 

806. Metabolism of Biologically Active Amines. Drs. N. Weiner and Dras- 
koczy. 

808. Myocardial Contraction; a Consideration of the Performance of the 
Heart from the Point of View of Muscle Physiology. Dr. Blinks. 

810. Receptor Theory. Investigation of the Mechanism Relating Dose of 
a Drug and its Stimulant or Blocking Activity. Dr. VVaud. 

811. Central Nervous System Physiology. Dr. Hubel. 

812. Transport Processes Related to Pinocytosis as Studied in Tissue Cul- 
tures. Dr. Ryser. 

813. Neurochemistry of Catecholamines or Acetylcholine. Dr. L. T. Pot- 
ter. Will not be offered in 1966- 1967. 

* Sec A Schedule of Fourth Year Elective Courses 1966-/967 for addi- 
tional information. 

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814. Experimental Analysis of Behavior and of Drugs Affecting Behavior 
in Laboratory Animals. Drs. Dews, Morse, and Kelleher. {Same 
course as Psychiatry 804.) 

815. Mode of Hormone Action. Dr. Sharp. 

LONGITUDINAL COURSES 

701. Selected Topics in Pharmacology. Dr. Trendelenburg and Associates. 

702. Pharmacotherapeutics. Dr. J. Koch-Weser, Associates, and Members 
of the Department of Medicine. (Same course as Medicine 7/tf.) 

703. Molecular Structure and Biological Specificity. Dr. Jardetzky. 



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Department of Physiology 



David H. Hubel, M.D., A.M. (hon.), Professor of Neurophys- 
iology, and Head of the Department (from January i, 1967). 

A. Clifford Barger, M.D., Robert Henry Pfeiffer Professor of 
Physiology. 

Eugene M. Landis, M.D., Ph.D., S.M. (hon.), A.M. (hon.), 
George Higginson Professor of Physiology (on sabbatical 
leave September 1, 1966 through June 30, 1967). 

John R. Pappenheimer, Ph.D., Career Investigator of the Amer- 
ican Heart Association, and Visiting Professor of Physiology. 

Torsten N. Wiesel, M.D., Professor of Physiology (from Jan- 
uary 1, 1967). 

* Arthur K. Solomon, Ph.D., D.Phil., Associate Professor of 
Biophysics. 

T. Hastings Wilson, M.D., Ph.D., A.M. (hon.), Associate Pro- 
fessor of Physiology, and Acting Head of the Department 
(through December 31, 1966). 

S. Roy Caplan, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Biophysics. 

Peter F. Curran, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Biophysics. 

Leon Goldstein, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Physiology. 

H. Maurice Goodman, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Physiology, 
and Tutor in Physiology. 

Elwood Henneman, M.D., Assistant Professor of Physiology, and 
Ella Sachs Plotz Fellow in Physiology. 

Donald L. D. Caspar, Ph.D., Lecturer on Biophysics at The 
Children's Hospital. 

Carolyn Cohen, Ph.D., Lecturer on Biophysics at The Children's 
Hospital. 

Richard D. Berlin, M.D., Associate in Physiology. 

Wolfgang Epstein, M.D., Associate in Biophysics. 

S. Richard Heisey, S.D., Associate in Physiology. 

James A. Herd, M.D., Associate in Physiology. 

* Appointment under the Committee on Medical Research in Biophysics. 

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Stanley G. Schultz, M.D., Associate in Biophysics. 

David C. Freeman, S.B., Research Associate in Neurophysiology 

(from November i, 1966). 
Claude M. GaryBobo, Ph.D., Research Associate in Biophysics 

(from October 1, 1966). 
Paul W. Kent, Ph.D., D.Phil., Research Associate in Phys- 
iology (from January 1, 1967). 
Tracy B. Miller, Ph.D., Research Associate in Physiology. 
William Simon, Ph.D., Research Associate in Physiology. 
Thomas U. L. Biber, M.D., Instructor in Biophysics (from 

September 16, 1966). 
James H. Bun, zd, M.D., Research Fellow in Physiology (from 

November 15, 1966). 
Robert C. Cantu, M.D., Research Fellow in Physiology. 
John E. Chimosky, M.D., Research Fellow in Phvsiologv 

(through July 31, 1966). 
Helen F. Cserr, Ph.D., Research Fellow in Physiology. 
Martin Davies, Ph.D., Research Fellow in Biophysics. 
LeeRoy G. Jones, M.D., Research Fellow in Physiology. 
Lorne M. Mendell, Ph.D., Research Fellow in Physiology. 
Sara J. Patkin, Ph.D., Research Fellow in Physiology. 
Gillian Rich, Ph.D., Research Fellow in Biophysics. 
Ramadan Sha'afi, Ph.D., Research Fellow in Biophysics. 
Joseph L. Stinson, M.D., Research Fellow in Physiology. 
Aubrey Taylor, Ph.D., Research Fellow in Biophysics. 
Ernest M. Wright, Ph.D., Research Fellow in Biophysics 

(through August 31, 1966). 
Richard M. Zakheim, M.D., Research Fellow in Physiology. 



Affiliated: 

James T. Irving, Ph.D., M.D., Professor of Physiology at the 

Forsyth Dental Infirmary for Children. 
Jean Mayer, Ph.D., D.Sc, Professor of Nutrition, S.P.H. 
Miles A. Crknshaw, Ph.D., Instructor in Physiology at the 

Forsyth Dental Infirmary for Children. 

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Stephen S. Rothman, D.D.S., Ph.D., Instructor in Physiology in 
the School of Dental A4edicine. 

Required Course 

Physiology A. First Year. — During the first semester, as an intro- 
duction to physiology, lectures are designed to acquaint the student 
with the fundamental aspects of cardiovascular, renal, respiratory, 
and acid-base physiology, and to consider in detail those portions that 
are essential to an understanding of the phenomena of health and 
disease in man. By means of laboratory exercises the student is intro- 
duced to the observational methods and techniques available for study- 
ing various physiological functions in man. Emphasis is placed upon 
exercises illustrating in animals the experimental procedures employed 
for the detailed analysis of function and for the acquisition of a funda- 
mental knowledge of some areas of physiology. Conferences and 
demonstrations supplement the more formal instruction in these areas, 
i.e. cardiovascular, renal, respiratory, and acid-base physiology. 

During the second semester the lectures and laboratory work in 
physiology are interwoven with those given by the Departments of 
Anatomy and Biological Chemistry. 

Principles of gastrointestinal physiology and endocrinology are cov- 
ered. The fate of ingested food stuffs is described including the 
secretion of enzymes, digestion in the gastrointestinal tract and absorp- 
tion of these products of digestion. The functions of the liver are 
considered, with special emphasis on those related to the secretion of 
bile. The endocrine regulation of metabolism, growth and reproduc- 
tion is presented, with laboratory work conducted in small groups. 
These exercises are designed to illustrate special techniques currently 
employed in endocrine research. 

The last period, duration five weeks, is devoted to neurosciences, 
beginning with consideration of conduction, excitation and inhibition 
as physico-chemical events at nerve membranes. The motor systems 
are surveyed in ascending fashion, beginning with muscles and con- 
tinuing through the spinal cord and brainstem to the cerebral cortex. 
Sensory systems are considered with special emphasis on vision. 
Higher level function, such as sleep and consciousness, are discussed 
in the final week. Neuroanatomy and neurophysiology are consid- 
ered as a unit and the teaching is done in close collaboration with the 
departments of Neurobiology and Anatomy. 

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FIRST YEAR HOURS 

Lectures and laboratory work. Drs. Barger, Berlin, Curran, Gold- 
stein, Goodman, Heisey, Henneman, Herd, Hubel, Pappen- 
heimer, Simon, Solomon, Wiesel, and Wilson. 220 

Fourth Year Elective Courses* 

BLOCK course 
501. Teaching Assistantships in Physiology. Drs. Goldstein, Goodman, 
Heisey, and Wilson. 

BLOCK COURSES — RESEARCH 

801. Cellular Physiology: Enzymatic Regulation. Dr. Berlin. 

802. Cerebrospinal Fluid; Comparative Physiology. Dr. Heisey. 

803. Circulatory Physiology: Autonomic Control of the Cardiovascular 
System. Dr. Herd. 

804. Circulatory Physiology: Capillary Blood Vessels. Dr. Landis. 

805. Circulatory Physiology: Cardiovascular and Renal Function. Dr. 
Barger. 

806. Central Nervous System: Synaptic Transmission, Spinal Reflexes. Dr. 
Henneman. 

807. Endocrine Regulation of Growth and Metabolism. Dr. Goodman. 

808. Intestinal Absorption. Dr. Wilson. 

809. Physiology of Cerebral Fluids. Dr. Pappenheimer. 

810. Renal Physiology and Regulation. Dr. Goldstein. 

811. Mathematics and Computers in Physiology. Dr. W. Simon. 

812. Pancreatic Secretion. Dr. Rothman. 

821. Transport Processes in Biological Membranes. Dr. A. K. Solomon. 
(Same course as Biophysics 301, Faculty of Arts and Sciences.) 

822. Mechanism of Ion Transport in Intestine and Frog Skin. Dr. Curran. 
{Same course as Biophysics 303, Facility of Arts and Sciences.) 

823. Molecular Organization and Assembly of Biological Structures. Dr. 
Caspar. (Same course as Biophysics 306, Faculty of Arts and Sciences.) 

824. Structure of Nucleic Acids and Nucleoproteins. Dr. Langridge. 
(Same course as Biophysics 507, Faculty of Arts and Sciences.) 

825. Structural Aspects of Muscle Contraction and Blood Coagulation. Dr. 
C. Cohen. (Same course as Biophysics 308, Faculty of Arts and 
Sciences.) 

826. Fluid Transport in Vertebrates. Dr. J. Diamond. (Sa?ne course as 
Biophysics 309, Faculty of Arts and Scie?ices.) 

827. Ion Transport and Metabolism and Micro-Organisms. Dr. Schultz. 

828. Transport Processes in Synthetic Membranes. Dr. S. R. Caplan. 

* See A Schedule of Fourth Year Elective Courses 1966-1967 for addi- 
tional information. 

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LONGITUDINAL COURSES 



701. Selected Topics in Physiology. Drs. Pappenheimer and D. D. Potter. 
(Same course as Physiology 202, Faculty of Arts and Sciences.) 

702. Electronic Data Processing Techniques in the Field of Physiology. 
Dr. W. Simon and Associates. 



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Department of Preventive Medicine 

David D. Rutstein, M.D., Ridlev Watts Professor of Preventive 
Medicine, and Head of the Department. 

Osler L. Peterson, M.D., Visiting Professor of Preventive Medi- 
cine. 

Theodore Colton, S.D., Assistant Professor of Biostatistics in 
the Department of Preventive Medicine. 

David C. Poskanzer, M.D., Assistant Professor of Preventive 
Medicine. 

Leonard W. Cronkhite, Jr., M.D., Lecturer on Preventive Medi- 
cine. 

John G. Freymann, M.D., Lecturer on Preventive Medicine. 

Sidney S. Lee, M.D., Lecturer on Preventive Medicine, and As- 
sociate Dean of the Faculty of Medicine For Hospital Pro- 
grams. 

F. Lloyd Mussells, M.D., CM., Lecturer on Preventive Medi- 
cine. 

William B. Kannel, M.D., Associate in Preventive Medicine 
(part time). 

Victor W. Sidel, M.D., Associate in Preventive Medicine. 

Murray Eden, Ph.D., Lecturer on Preventive Medicine. 

Leon J. Taubenhaus, M.D., Lecturer on Preventive Medicine. 

Alexander M. Burgess, Jr., M.D., Research Associate in Pre- 
ventive Medicine. 

William P. Castelli, M.D., Research Associate in Preventive 
A4edicine. 

Ivan J. Fahs, Ph.D., Research Associate in Preventive Medicine. 

Sonja J. Hemmer, A.M., Research Associate in Preventive 
Medicine (from November i, 1966). 

Rita J. Nickerson, A.M., Research Associate in Preventive Medi- 
cine. 

Alfred F. Popoli, S.M., Research Associate in Preventive Medi- 
cine (from September 15, 1966). 

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Thomas F. Weiss, Ph.D., Research Associate in Preventive Medi- 
cine. 

Janet T. Wittes, A.M., Research Associate in Preventive Medi- 
cine (from September i, 1966). 

Robert C. Buxbaum, M.D., Instructor in Preventive Medicine. 

Paul S. Levy, S.D., Instructor in Preventive Medicine. 

Marcello Martinelli, M.D., Research Fellow in Preventive 
Medicine (from October 1, 1966 through February 28, 
1967). 

Roger H. Sweet, M.D., Research Fellow in Preventive Medi- 
cine. 



Affiliated: 

William G. Cochran, M.A., Professor of Statistics, A.&S. 

Robert B. Reed, Ph.D., Professor of Biostatistics, S.P.H. 

Jane Worcester, Dr.P.H., Professor of Biostatistics and Epi- 
demiology, S.P.H. 

Albert Damon, Ph.D., M.D., Lecturer on Anthropology, Re- 
search Associate in Medical Anthropology, Lecturer on 
Anthropology, S.P.H. 

Louis Weinstein, Ph.D., M.D., Lecturer on Infectious Diseases. 

Jacob J. Feldman, Associate Professor of Biostatistics, S.P.H. 

The preventive aspects of medicine and its various specialties are 
taught in all departments of the Medical School, and arrangements 
are made for the integration of such teaching with the more formal 
teaching in the required course in preventive medicine. An effort is 
made to stress those aspects of preventive medicine which concern 
the practicing physician, rather than those which concern the public 
health officer. 

Required Courses 

Quantitative Methods in Medicine. First Year. — Dr. Colton, 
Prof. Eden, Dr. Levy, and Associates. Instruction in Quantitative 
Methods in Medicine is tailored to meet the mathematical and sta- 
tistical background, the needs and the career aspirations of the 

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HARVARD MEDICAL SCHOOL 

individual student. Three simultaneous courses are given: Introduc- 
tory Biostatistics, Intermediate Biostatistics, and Introductory Bio- 
mathematics. To be eligible for admission to the courses in Interme- 
diate Biostatistics or in Introductory Biomathematics, the student with 
appropriate statistical and mathematical background must pass a quali- 
fying examination with an honor grade. 

Introductory Biostatistics. This course is concerned with the ap- 
plication of statistical reasoning to medicine and to the logical basis 
for reaching conclusions from numerical evidence through the sys- 
tematic presentation of medical data, the analysis and interpretation 
of variation in biological measurements, methods governing the validity 
of inferences extrapolated from a sample to a population, and the 
recognition of common pitfalls and fallacies in the collection, analysis 
and interpretation of medical data. The course relies heavily on illus- 
trative material from ongoing research and the current medical litera- 
ture. Emphasis in this course is based on biostatistical principles for 
use by the future practicing physician as he encounters and interprets 
laboratory and diganostic data, and as he critically reads the medical 
literature. 

Intermediate Biostatistics. This intermediate course is concerned 
with the theory underlying the material presented in the Introductory 
Course and includes such additional statistical methods as correlation 
and regression, analysis of variance, non-parametric statistics and se- 
quential analysis. The course is given from the point of view of the 
use of biostatistical principles by the medical and biological investi- 
gator. 

Introductory Bioniatheviatics. This . mathematics course is con- 
cerned mainly with probability theory and the stochastic processes 
as they relate to the development and use of mathematical models in 
biological and medical research. Admission to this course is limited 
to those students whose mathematical background and competence 
are adequate to interpret recent applications of mathematics to the 
medical and biological sciences. 

Preventive Medicine. Principal Clinical Year. — The course in 
preventive medicine consists of clinics, lectures, and symposia. Basic 
material in the disciplines of Epidemiology, Biostatistics, and Bio- 
mathematics are presented. The preventive aspects of clinical medicine 
are correlated, with due regard for the rapid changes now going on in 

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medical care, with information in the fields of social medicine, occu- 
pational medicine, medical economics, and man-made diseases. 

A Health Resources Survey, evaluating community facilities for 
the total medical care of specified patients, is required of all students. 

FIRST YEAR HOURS 

Quantitative Methods in Medicine. — Lectures and laboratory 
seminar periods. Dr. Colton, Prof. Eden, Dr. Levy, and 
Associates. 2 1 

principal clinical year hours 

Clinics, symposia, and lectures. Drs. Rutstein, Peterson, and 
Associates, in cooperation with representatives of other de- 
partments. 70 
Social Medicine and Medical Economics 20 
Epidemiology and Biostatistics 44 
Man-made Diseases 6 
Health Resources Survey and individual student conference. 50 

Fourth Year Elective Courses* 

BLOCK COURSES 

501. Advanced Preventive Medicine — General Survey Course. Dr. Rut- 
stein and Associates. 

502. Epidemiology. Drs. Rutstein, Poskanzer, Kannel, and Sidel. 

503. Advanced Preventive Medicine — Individual Teaching. Dr. Rutstein 
and Associates. 

504M. Neurology and Preventive Medicine. Dr. Poskanzer. (Same course 
as Neurology 5// M.) 

505. Preventive and Social Medicine in a General Hospital. Dr. Sidel and 
Associates. 

506. Chronic Disease Epidemiology. Drs. Rutstein, Kannel, Poskanzer, 
Castelli, Colton, and Associates. 

507. Medical Care Studies. Drs. Peterson, Burgess, and Buxbaum. 

block courses — research 

801. Biomathematics. Professor Eden and Associates. 

802. Biostatistics. Dr. Colton. 

803. Epidemiology. Drs. Poskanzer and Kannel. 

804. Etiological Studies on Atherosclerosis. Dr. Rutstein and Associates. 

* See A Schedule of Fourth Year Elective Courses 1966-1961 for addi- 
tional information. 

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805. Medical Care and Medical Economics. Dr. Peterson and Associates. 

806. Medical Care Research in a General Hospital. Dr. Sidel and Asso- 
ciates. 

longitudinal courses 

701. Biostatistics. The Design of Clinical Investigation. Drs. Rutstein and 
Colton. 

702. Biostatistics. Design of Experiments. Professor Cochran. {Same course 
as Statistics 140, Faculty of Arts and Sciences.) 

703. Biostatistics. Mathematical Statistics. {Same course as Statistics 190, 
Faculty of Arts and Sciences.) 

704. Biostatistics. Introduction to Stochastic Processes. {Same course as 
Statistics 171, Faculty of Arts and Sciences.) 



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Department of Psychiatry 

Jack R. Ewalt, M.D., A.M. (hon.), Bullard Professor of Psy- 
chiatry, Head of the Department at the Massachusetts Mental 
Health Center and Chairman of the Executive Committee of 
the Department of Psychiatry. 

Gerald Caplan, M.D., D.P.M., Clinical Professor of Psychiatry. 

Peter B. Dews, M.B., Ch.B, Ph.D., A.M. (hon.), Stanley Cobb 
Professor of Psychiatry and Psychobiology (on sabbatical 
leave February i, 1967 through July 31, 1967). 

George E. Gardner, Ph.D., M.D., Professor of Psychiatry at The 
Children's Hospital. 

Elvin V. Sejmrad, M.D., Clinical Professor of Psychiatry. 

Henry M. Fox, M.D., Associate Clinical Professor of Psychiatry. 

Leston L. Havens, M.D., Associate Clinical Professor of Psy- 
chiatry. 

Gregory Rochlin, A4.D., Associate Clinical Professor of Psy- 
chiatry. 

Philip Solomon, M.D., Associate Clinical Professor of Psychiatry. 

Alfred H. Stanton, M.D., A.M. (hon.), Associate Professor of 
Psychiatry at the McLean Hospital. 

Elizabeth R. Zetzel, M.D., Associate Clinical Professor of 
Psychiatry. 

Norman W. Bell, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Sociology in 
the Department of Psychiatry at the McLean Hospital (on 
leave September 1, 1966 through June 30, 1967). 

Morris E. Chafetz, M.D., Assistant Clinical Professor of Psy- 
chiatry. 

Thomas F. Dwyer, M.D., Assistant Clinical Professor of Psy- 
chiatry. 

Stanley H. Eldred, M.D., Assistant Professor of Psychiatry at 
the McLean Hospital. 

Frank R. Ervin, M.D., Assistant Professor of Psychiatry at the 
Massachusetts General Hospital, and Tutor in Psychiatry. 

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Daniel H. Funkenstein, M.D., Assistant Professor of Psychiatry. 

Sanford R. Gifford, M.D., Assistant Clinical Professor of 
Psychiatry. 

Lester Grinspoon, M.D., Assistant Clinical Professor of Psy- 
chiatry. 

Louisa P. Howe, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Sociology in the 
Department of Psychiatry. 

Bellenden R. Hutcheson, M.D., Assistant Clinical Professor of 
Psychiatry. 

Eric H. Lenneberg, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Psychology in 
the Department of Psychiatry at The Children's Hospital 
(resigned January 31, 1967). 

Edward A. Mason, M.D., Assistant Clinical Professor of Psy- 
chiatry. 

Jack H. Mendelson, M.D., Assistant Professor of Psychiatry at 
the Massachusetts General Hospital (resigned December 
31, 1966). 

Elliot G. Mishler, Ph.D., Assistant Clinical Professor of Psy- 
chology in the Department of Psychiatry. 

David J. Myerson, M.D., Assistant Clinical Professor of Psychi- 
atry. 

John C. Nemiah, M.D., Assistant Professor of Psychiatry, Acting 
Head of the Department at the Massachusetts General Hospi- 
tal, and Tutor in Psychiatry. 

David Shapiro, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Psychology in the 
Department of Psychiatry. 

Peter E. Sifneos, M.D., Assistant Professor of Psychiatry at the 
Massachusetts General Hospital. 

Samuel Silverman, M.D., Assistant Clinical Professor of Psy- 
chiatry. 

Alan A. Stone, M.D., Assistant Professor of Psychiatry at the 
McLean Hospital. 

George A. Talland, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Psychology in 
the Department of Psychiatry. 

Avery D. Weisman, M.D., Assistant Clinical Professor of Psy- 
chiatry. 

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Torsten N. Wiesel, M.D., Assistant Professor of Neurophysi- 
ology in the Department of Psychiatry (through December 
31, 1966). 

Peter H. Wolff, M.D., Assistant Professor of Psychiatry at The 
Children's Hospital. 

Norman E. Zinberg, M.D., Assistant Clinical Professor of Psy- 
chiatry. 

Francis J. Braceland, At.D., Lecturer on Psychiatry. 

Francis L. A. de Atarneffe, ALB., B.S., Lecturer on Psychiatry. 

Erik H. Erikson, A.M. (hon.), Lecturer on Psychiatry. 

Harold S. Albert, M.D., CM., Clinical Associate in Psychiatry. 

Martin A. Berezin, M.D., Clinical Associate in Psychiatry. 

Howard T. Blane, Ph.D., Associate in Psychology in the Depart- 
ment of Psychiatry at the Massachusetts General Hospital. 

Samuel Bojar, M.D., Clinical Associate in Psychiatry. 

Gaylord P. Coon, M.D., Clinical Associate in Psychiatry. 

Edward M. Daniels, M.D., Clinical Associate in Psychiatry. 

Frank C. d'Elseaux, M.D., Clinical Associate in Psychiatry. 

Henry U. Grunebaum, ALD., Clinical Associate in Psychiatry. 

Lester L. Hasenbush, M.D., Clinical Associate in Psychiatry. 

Howard T. Hermann, M.D., Associate in Psychiatry at the 
A4cLean Hospital. 

Paul M. Howard, M.D., Clinical Associate in Psychiatry. 

Irene Jakab, M.D., Ph.D., Associate in Psychiatry at the McLean 
Hospital. 

Ralph J. Kahana, ALD., Clinical Associate in Psychiatry. 

Aterton J. Kahne, ALD., Clinical Associate in Psychiatry. 

Stanley S. Kanter, AID., Clinical Associate in Psychiatry. 

Sidney Levin, ALD., Clinical Associate in Psychiatry. 

Richard Longabaugh, Ed.D., Associate in Social Psychology in 
the Department of Psychiatry at the A4cLean Hospital. 

Alfred O. Ludwig, ALD., Clinical Associate in Psychiatry. 

John E. AIack, AID., Clinical Associate in Psychiatry. 

John At. AtacKenzie, AID., Clinical Associate in Psychiatry. 

Elizabeth S. Makkay, M.D., Associate in Psychiatry at The Chil- 
dren's Hospital. 

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Robert H. McCarter, AID., Clinical Associate in Psychiatry. 

Doris Menzer-Benaron, M.D., Clinical Associate in Psychiatry. 

Joseph J. Michaels, A4.D., Clinical Associate in Psychiatry (died 
November 19, 1966). 

Norbett L. Mintz, Ph.D., Associate in Psychology in the De- 
partment of Psychiatry at the McLean Hospital. 

Arnold H. Modell, M.D., Clinical Associate in Psychiatry. 

Benjamin J. Murawski, Ph.D., Associate in Psychology in the 
Department of Psychiatry. 

William F. Murphy, Ph.B., M.D., Clinical Associate in Psy- 
chiatry. 

Edmund C. Payne, Jr., M.D., Clinical Associate in Psychiatry. 

Gardner C. Quarton, M.D., Clinical Associate in Psychiatry. 

Benjamin C. Riggs, M.D., Clinical Associate in Psychiatry (re- 
signed September 8, 1966). 

Ascanio M. Rossi, Ph.D., Associate in Psychology in the De- 
partment of Psychiatry. 

Edward J. Sachar, M.D., Associate in Psychiatry (resigned 
January 31, 1967). 

Harvey M. Shein, M.D., Associate in Psychiatry at the McLean 
Hospital. 

Laurence D. Trevett, M.D., Clinical Associate in Psychiatry. 

Arthur F. Valenstein, M.D., Clinical Associate in Psychiatry. 

John Vorenberg, M.D., Clinical Associate in Psychiatry. 

Nancy E. Waxler, Ph.D., Associate in Social Psychology in 
the Department of Psychiatry. 

Justin L. Weiss, Ph.D., Clinical Associate in Psychology in the 
Department of Psychiatry. 

Henry Wermer, M.D., Clinical Associate in Psychiatry. 

Donald Wexler, M.D., Clinical Associate in Psychiatry. 

Gerald Adler, M.D., Lecturer on Psychiatry. 

Louis S. Chase, M.D., Lecturer on Psychiatry. 

Marc A. Fried, Ph.D., Lecturer on Psychology in the Depart- 
ment of Psychiatry. 

Milton Greenblatt, M.D., Lecturer on Psychiatry. 

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Kenneth J. Jones, Ed.D., Lecturer on Education in the Depart- 
ment of Psychiatry. 

Lewis B. Klebanoff, Ph.D., Lecturer on Psychology in the De- 
partment of Psychiatry. 

Cecil Mushatt, M.D., Lecturer on Psychiatry. 

Charles A. Pinderhughes, M.D., Lecturer on Psychiatry 

Eveoleen N. Rexford, M.D., Lecturer on Psychiatry. 

Leon N. Shapiro, M.D., Lecturer on Psychiatry. 

John P. Spiegel, M.D., Lecturer on Psychiatry. 

Robert S. Weiss, Ph.D., Lecturer on Sociology in the Depart- 
ment of Psychiatry. 

Charles V. Willie, Ph.D., Visiting Lecturer on Sociology in 
the Department of Psychiatry (from September i, 1966). 

Clint D. Anderson, Ph.D., Research Associate in Psychology in 
the Department of Psychiatry. 

Frank Baker, Ph.D., Research Associate in Psychology in the 
Department of Psychiatry. 

Richard J. Bonier, Ph.D., Research Associate in Psychology in 
the Department of Psychiatry. 

Milton Budoff, Ph.D., Research Associate in Psychology in 
the Department of Psychiatry (from December 1, 1966). 

Aydin Cankardas-Wysocki, Ph.D., Research Associate in Psy- 
chology in the Department of Psychiatry. 

Rose L. Coser, Ph.D., Research Associate in Sociology in the 
Department of Psychiatry. 

Andrew B. Crider, Ph.D., Research Associate in Psychology in 
the Department of Psychiatry. 

Gerald E. Cubelli, M.S., Research Associate in Psychiatry. 

Alberto DiMascio, Ph.D., Research Associate in Psychology in 
the Department of Psychiatry 

Arthur S. Elstein, Ph.D., Research Associate in Psychology in 
the Department of Psychiatry. 

Charles L. Feldman, Sc.D., Research Associate in Biomathe- 
matics in the Department of Psychiatry. 

Miriam F. Fiedler, Ph.D., Research Associate in Psychology in 
the Department of Psychiatry. 

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Franklin B. Fogelson, Ph.D., Research Associate in Social Wel- 
fare in the Department of Psychiatry. 

Bernard Gray, Ph.D., Research Associate in Psychology in the 
Department of Psychiatry (from October i, 1966). 

Robert H. Harrison, Ph.D., Research Associate in Psychology 
in the Department of Psychiatry. 

Charles Hersch, Ph.D., Research Associate in Psychology in 
the Department of Psychiatry (from December 1, 1966). 

Mathilda S. Holzman, Ph.D., Research Associate in Psychology 
in the Department of Psychiatry (from August 15, 1966). 

Dorothy S. Huntington, Ph.D., Research Associate in Psy- 
chology in the Department of Psychiatry (resigned Decem- 
ber 31, 1966). 

David J. Ingle, Ph.D., Research Associate in Psychology in the 
Department of Psychiatry. 

Robert L. James, Ph.D., Research Associate in Psychology in 
the Department of Psychiatry. 

Helen J. Kenney, Ed.D., Research Associate in Psychology in 
the Department of Psychiatry. 

Philip E. Kubzansky, Ph.D., Research Associate in Psychology in 
the Department of Psychiatry. 

Frederic M. Levine, Ph.D., Research Associate in Psychology in 
the Department of Psychiatry. 

Joseph Mayer, Ph.D., Research Associate in Psychology in the 
Department of Psychiatry. 

Peter J. M. McEwan, Ph.D., Research Associate in Sociology 
in the Department of Psychiatry. 

Murray Melbin, Ph.D., Research Associate in Social Psychology 
in the Department of Psychiatry. 

Nancy K. Mello, Ph.D., Research Associate in Psychology in 
the Department of Psychiatry. 

David P. Michener, M.D., Research Associate in Psychiatry. 

Robert C. Misch, Ph.D., Research Associate in Psychology in 
the Department of Psychiatry. 

James J. Muller, M.A., Research Associate in Psychology in 
the Department of Psychiatry. 

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Peter E. Nathan, Ph.D., Research Associate in Psychology in 

the Department of Psychiatry. 
Florence S. Nichols, Ph.D., Research Associate in Psychology 

in the Department of Psychiatry. 
Charlotte E. Owens, M.P.H., Research Associate in Community 

Mental Health in the Department of Psychiatry. 
Colin M. Parkes, A4.D., Research Associate in Psychiatry 

(through August 31, 1966). 
Daniel Pershonok, Ph.D., Research Associate in Psychology in 

the Department of Psychiatry. 
Joseph C. Rheingold, M.D., Ph.D., Research Associate in Psy- 
chiatry. 
Herbert C. Schulberg, Ph.D., Research Associate in Psychology 

in the Department of Psychiatry. 
Richard I. Shader, M.D., Research Associate in Psychiatry. 
Alan P. Sheldon, M.B., Ch.B., Research Associate in Psychiatry. 
Marvin Snider, Ph.D., Research Associate in Psychology in the 

Department of Psychiatry. 
Irene Pierce Stiver, Ph.D., Research Associate in Psychology in 

the Department of Psychiatry. 
Nancy C. Waugh, Ph.D., Research Associate in Psychology in 

the Department of Psychiatry. 
Morris H. Adler, M.D., Instructor in Psychiatry. 
Henry G. Altaian, M.D., Instructor in Psychiatry. 
William S. Appleton, M.D., Instructor in Psychiatry. 
Nicholas C. Avery, M.D., Instructor in Psychiatry. 
Jane E. Bain, M.B., Ch.B., Instructor in Psychiatry. 
Mary D. Bain, M.D., Instructor in Psychiatry. 
Tully Benaron, M.D., Instructor in Psychiatry. 
Norman R. Bernstein, M.D., Instructor in Psychiatry. 
William F. Beuscher, M.D., Instructor in Psychiatry. 
William A. Binstock, M.D., Instructor in Psychiatry. 
Graham B. Blaine, Jr., M.D., Instructor in Psychiatry. 
David Blau, iM.D., Instructor in Psychiatry. 
John R. Blitzer, M.D., Instructor in Psychiatry. 
Lenore A. Boling, M.D., Instructor in Psychiatry. 

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Frances J. Bonner, M.D., Instructor in Psychiatry. 
Irving D. Born stein, M.D., Instructor in Psychiatry. 
Robert L. Bragg, A4.D., Instructor in Psychiatry. 
Benjamin B. Brussel, M.D., Instructor in Psychiatry. 
Dan H. Buie, Jr., M.D., Instructor in Psychiatry. 
Dexter M. Bullard, Jr., A4.D., Instructor in Psychiatry. 
Bernard L. Busfield, Jr., M.D., Instructor in Psychiatry. 
Arthur J. Cain, M.D., Instructor in Psychiatry. 
Enid F. Caldwell, M.D., Instructor in Psychiatry (from Septem- 
ber i, 1966). 
Lloyd M. Caplan, M.D., Instructor in Psychiatry. 
William G. Carmichael, M.D., Instructor in Psychiatry. 
Jacob Christ, M.D., Instructor in Psychiatry. 
John G. Clark, Jr., M.D., Instructor in Psychiatry. 
Herbert S. Cline, M.D., Instructor in Psychiatry. 
Raquel E. Cohen, iYl.D., Instructor in Psychiatry. 
Roy j\I. Coleman, M.D., Instructor in Psychiatry. 
Jay L. Collins, M.D., Instructor in Psychiatry. 
John C. Coolidge, M.D., Instructor in Psychiatry. 
Richard E. Cutler, JM.D., Instructor in Psychiatry. 
Chester C. d'Autremont, jM.D., Instructor in Psychiatry. 
Edwin M. Davidson, M.D., Instructor in Psychiatry. 
Gerald E. Davidson, M.D., Instructor in Psychiatry. 
Daniel C. Dawes, M.D., Instructor in Psychiatry. 
Max Day, M.D., Instructor in Psychiatry. 
Paul R. Dinsmore, M.D., Instructor in Psychiatry. 
Frederick J. Duhl, M.D., Instructor in Psychiatry. 
Robert M. Eisendrath, Jr., M.D., Instructor in Psychiatry. 
Ralph P. Engle, Jr., M.D., Instructor in Psychiatry. 
Henry C. Everett, M.D., Instructor in Psychiatry. 
Abraham D. Fineman, M.D., Instructor in Psychiatry. 
Thomas Frank, M.D., Instructor in Psychiatry. 
Freddy H. Frankel, M.B., Ch.B., Instructor in Psychiatry. 
Donald S. Gair, M.D., Instructor in Psychiatry. 
Richard Galdston, M.D., Instructor in Psychiatry. 
Phillip H. Gates, M.D., Instructor in Psychiatry. 

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George E. Gifford, Jr., M.D., Instructor in Psychiatry. 
Benjamin F. Gill, M.D., Instructor in Psychiatry. 
Herbert J. Goldings, M.D., Instructor in Psychiatry. 
Gertrude R. Greenblatt, A4.D., Instructor in Psychiatry. 
Thomas P. Hackett, M.D., Instructor in Psychiatry. 
James A. Haycox, M.D., Instructor in Psychiatry. 
Francis C. Hersey, A4.D., Instructor in Psychiatry. 
Helen M. Herzan, AID., Instructor in Psychiatry. 
John A. Hobson, M.D., Instructor in Psychiatry. 
Richmond Holder, M.D., Instructor in Psychiatry. 
Carlos L. Hudson, M.D., Instructor in Psychiatry. 
Robert W. Hyde, M.D., Instructor in Psychiatry. 
Phillip L. Isenberg, M.D., Instructor in Psychiatry. 
Peter B. Jenney, A4.D., Instructor in Psychiatry. 
Samuel Kaplan, M.D., Instructor in Psychiatry. 
Irving Kaufman, M.D., Instructor in Psychiatry. 
Melvin M. Kayce, M.D., Instructor in Psychiatry. 
Arthur R. Kravitz, M.D., Instructor in Psychiatry. 
Edmund N. Kudarauskas, AID., Instructor in Psychiatry. 
John H. Lamont, M.D., Instructor in Psychiatry. 
George B. Lawson, A4.D., Instructor in Psychiatry. 
Cavin P. Leeman, A4.D., Instructor in Psychiatry. 
Don R. Lipsitt, A4.D., Instructor in Psychiatry. 
Aiaria Lorenz, A4.D., Instructor in Psychiatry. 
Dorothy A. A4acNaughton, A4.B., Ch.B., Instructor in Psychia- 
try. 
John T. Ataltsberger, 31)., A4.D., Instructor in Psychiatry. 
Walter Aiann, Ph.D., Al.D., Instructor in Psychiatry. 
A4ichael T. A4cGuire, A4.D., Instructor in Psychiatry. 
William F. A4cLaughlin, ALD.,C.AL, Instructor in Psychiatry. 
Elinor AIeiss, A4.D., Instructor in Psychiatry. 
Edward A4essner, M.D., Instructor in Psychiatry. 
Halim AIitry, A4.B., Ch.B., Instructor in Psychiatry. 
Kathleen M. AIogul, Al.D., Instructor in Psychiatry. 
Samuel L. AIogul, M.D., Instructor in Psychiatry. 
Thomas A. AIorris, Jr., AID., Instructor in Psychiatry. 

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Barbara C. G. Mueller, M.D., Instructor in Psychiatry. 

Egbert H. Mueller, M.D., Instructor in Psychiatry. 

Nancy P. Nichols, M.D., Instructor in Psychiatry. 

Malkah T. Notman, M.D., Instructor in Psychiatry. 

Silvio J. Onesti, Jr., M.D.,C.M., Instructor in Psychiatry. 

Vernon D. Patch, M.D., Instructor in Psychiatry. 

Richard R. Peebles, Ph.D., Instructor in Psychology in the De- 
partment of Psychiatry. 

Jalna A. Perry, M.D., Instructor in Psychiatry. 

Maxwell G. Potter, M.D., Instructor in Psychiatry, 

Peter Reich, M.D., Instructor in Psychiatry. 

John F. Reichard, A4.D., Instructor in Psychiatry. 

Robert C Reid, M.D., Instructor in Psychiatry. 

David E. Reiser, M.D., Instructor in Psychiatry. 

George W. Rever, M.D., Instructor in Psychiatry. 

Michael D. Robbins, M.D., Instructor in Psychiatry. 

Phelps M. Robinson, A4.D., Instructor in Psychiatry. 

Mathew Ross, M.D., Instructor in Psychiatry. 

Donald H. Russell, M.D., Instructor in Psychiatry. 

Joseph C. Sabbath, M.D., C.A4., Instructor in Psychiatry. 

Robert D. Schnitzer, Ph.D., Instructor in Psychology in the 
Department of Psychiatry. 

Lionel A. Schwartz, M.D., Instructor in Psychiatry. 

Joae G. Selzer, M.D., Instructor in Psychiatry. 

Ralph G. Semon, Ph.D., Instructor in Psychology in the Depart- 
ment of Psychiatry. 

Adele S. Shambaugh, M.D., Instructor in Psychiatry. 

Benjamin Shambaugh, M.D., Instructor in Psychiatry. 

Julius Silberger, Jr., M.D., Instructor in Psychiatry. 

Judith G. Singer, Ph.D., Instructor in Psychology in the Depart- 
ment of Psychiatry. 

Richard H. Smith, M.D., Instructor in Psychiatry. 

Stewart R. Smith, M.D., Instructor in Psychiatry. 

Benson R. Snyder, M.D., Instructor in Psychiatry. 

Harold D. Stalvey, M.D., Instructor in Psychiatry. 

Malvina Stock, M.D., Instructor in Psychiatry. 

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William E. Stone, M.D., Instructor in Psychiatry. 

John B. Sturrock, M.B., B.S., Instructor in Psychiatry. 

Helen H. Tartakoff, M.D., Instructor in Psychiatry. 

Irwin Taube, M.D., Instructor in Psychiatry. 

Suzanne T. van Amerongen, Ph.D., M.D., Instructor in Psy- 
chiatry. 

Maurice Vanderpol, M.D., Instructor in Psychiatry. 

Mark M. Walter, Jr., AI.D., Instructor in Psychiatry. 

Stanley Walzer, A4.D., Instructor in Psychiatry. 

Stephen L. Washburn, M.D., Instructor in Psychiatry. 

Paul L. Watson, M.D., Instructor in Psychiatry. 

Jerome L. Weinberger, M.D., Instructor in Psychiatry. 

Leonard Weiner, M.D., Instructor in Psychiatry. 

Lionelle D. Wells, M.D., Instructor in Psychiatry. 

Olga S. Wermer, M.D., Instructor in Psychiatry. 

Lee H. Willer, M.D., Instructor in Psychiatry. 

Harold W. Williams, Jr., M.D., Instructor in Psychiatry. 

Richard V. Wilson, M.D., Instructor in Psychiatry. 

Howard E. Wulsin, M.D., Instructor in Psychiatry. 

Barbara L. Aeschliman, M.D., Assistant in Psychiatry. 

Sanford M. Autor, Ph.D., Assistant in Psychology in the De- 
partment of Psychiatry (from September i, 1966). 

Ernest W. Bergel, M.D., Assistant in Psychiatry. 

Jane M. Berman, M.D., Assistant in Psychiatry. 

Ruth B. Beuscher, M.D., Assistant in Psychiatry. 

Carl L. Birk, A4.D., Assistant in Psychiatry. 

Anna C. Brown, M.D., Assistant in Psychiatry. 

Franklin Carter, M.D., Assistant in Psychiatry. 

Randolph Catlin, Jr., A4.D., Assistant in Psychiatry. 

George Chalpin, M.D., Assistant in Psychiatry. 

Mignon C. Chasen, M.D., Assistant in Psychiatry. 

George Cloutier, M.D., Assistant in Psychiatry. 

Howard A. Corwin, M.D., Assistant in Psychiatry. 

William M. Crowell, M.D., Assistant in Psychiatry. 

Hadassah S. Daniels, M.D., Assistant in Psychiatry. 

Dan A. Ditmore, M.D., Assistant in Psychiatry. 

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Pattison Esmiol, M.D., Assistant in Psychiatry. 

Joel H. Feigon, M.D., Assistant in Psychiatry. 

Albert H. Feingold, M.D., Assistant in Psychiatry. 

Donald J. Fern, M.D., Assistant in Psychiatry. 

Bruce W. Fischberg, M.D., Assistant in Psychiatry. 

Alice M. Fleming, M.D., Assistant in Psychiatry. 

Leonard J. Friedman, M.D., Assistant in Psychiatry. 

Francis P. Gallagher, M.D., Assistant in Psychiatry (from 
November i, 1966). 

Max Geller, M.D., Assistant in Psychiatry. 

Joseph F. Greaney, M.D., x\ssistant in Psychiatry (resigned 
August 31, 1966). 

Jack Green, M.D.,C.M., Assistant in Psychiatry. 

Nicholas A. Green, M.D., Assistant in Psychiatry. 

Peter B. Hagopian, M.D., Assistant in Psychiatry. 

Wallace F. Haley, Jr., M.D., Assistant in Psychiatry. 

Dorr F. Hallenbeck, Jr., M.D., Assistant in Psychiatry. 

Herbert I. Harris, A4.D., Assistant in Psychiatry. 

Pierre Johannet, M.D., Assistant in Psychiatry. 

Eda M. Kahana, M.D., Assistant in Psychiatry. 

Alvin Kahn, M.D., Assistant in Psychiatry. 

Judy L. Kantrowitz, Ph.D., Assistant in Psychology in the De- 
partment of Psychiatry. 

Robert L. Kelley, M.D., Assistant in Psychiatry. 

Susan T. Kleeman, M.D., Assistant in Psychiatry. 

William Kornfeld, M.D., Assistant in Psychiatry. 

Alfred J. R. Koumans, M.D., Assistant in Psychiatry. 

Marvin B. Krims, M.D., Assistant in Psychiatry. 

Kathryn B. Kris, M.D., Assistant in Psychiatry. 

Eliot Landsman, M.D., Assistant in Psychiatry. 

Philip Lazaroff, M.D., Assistant in Psychiatry (resigned Au- 
gust 31, 1966). 

Rolf A. Lederer, M.B., Ch.B., Assistant in Psychiatry. 

Miguel A. Leibovich, M.D., Assistant in Psychiatry. 

Herbert O. LeVine, M.D., Assistant in Psychiatry. 

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Theodore Lindauer, M.D., Assistant in Psychiatry (resigned 
August 31, 1966). 

John B. Livingstone, M.D., Assistant in Psychiatry. 

William F. McCourt, M.D., Assistant in Psychiatry. 

Dennis J. McCrory, M.D., Assistant in Psychiatry. 

Arthur W. McMahon, M.D., Assistant in Psychiatry. 

Robert D. Mehlman, M.D., Assistant in Psychiatry. 

John F. Merrifield, M.D., xAssistant in Psychiatry. 

Sophie B. Mintz, Ph.D., Assistant in Psychology in the Depart- 
ment of Psychiatry. 

James J. A4ullen, M.D., Assistant in Psychiatry. 

Henry Musnick, M.D., Assistant in Psychiatry. 

Arthur Z. Mutter, M.D., Assistant in Psychiatry (resigned 
August 31, 1966). 

Carol C. Nadelson, M.D., xAssistant in Psychiatry. 

Theodore Nadelson, M.D., Assistant in Psychiatry. 

Julian J. Newman, M.D., Assistant in Psychiatry. 

Armand M. Nicholi, Jr., M.D., Assistant in Psychiatry. 

Harry S. Olin, M.D., Assistant in Psychiatry. 

Donald Ottenstein, M.D., Assistant in Psychiatry. 

Alan D. Persky, M.D., Assistant in Psychiatry. 

Eugene U. Piazza, M.D., Assistant in Psychiatry. 

Alan S. Prager, M.D., Assistant in Psychiatry. 

Jack O. Rice, M.D., Assistant in Psychiatry. 

Nancy Rollins, A4.D., Assistant in Psychiatry. 

Eliyahu Rosenheim, Ph.D., Assistant in Psychology in the 
Department of Psychiatry (from January 1, 1967). 

Theodore Sack, M.D., xAssistant in Psychiatry. 

Lawrence C. Salvesen, M.D., Assistant in Psychiatry. 

Albert B. Samaraweera, M.B., B.S., Assistant in Psychiatry. 

Paul E. Sapir, M.D., Assistant in Psychiatry. 

Harriet R. Schlesinger, M.D., Assistant in Psychiatry. 

Peter P. Schuntermann, M.D., Assistant in Psychiatry (from 
August 15, 1966). 

William Sharpe, Jr., M.D., Assistant in Psychiatry. 

Theodore C. Sheftel, M.D., Assistant in Psychiatry. 

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William R. Shelton, M.D., Assistant in Psychiatry. 

Nathan T. Sidley, M.D., Assistant in Psychiatry. 

Sumner Stone, M.D., Assistant in Psychiatry. 

Consuelo K. Tagiuri, M.D., Assistant in Psychiatry. 

William D. Temby, M.D., Assistant in Psychiatry. 

Helen D. Wallach, A4.D., Assistant in Psychiatry (from Octo- 
ber i, 1966). 

John L. Weil, M.D., Assistant in Psychiatry. 

Robert M. Weiner, M.D., Assistant in Psychiatry. 

Frederick E. Whiskin, M.D., Assistant in Psychiatry. 

Anna K. Wolff, M.D., Assistant in Psychiatry. 

Harold M. Wolman, M.D., Assistant in Psychiatry. 

Joan J. Zilbach, M.D., Assistant in Psychiatry. 

Albert G. Abriel, M.D., Research Fellow in Psychiatry. 

Mathew J. Andresino, A.M., Research Fellow in Psychology 
in the Department of Psychiatry. 

George Bach-Y-Rita, M.D., Research Fellow in Psychiatry. 

Peter O. Behan, M.B., Ch.B., Research Fellow in Psychiatry. 

Sheila R. Bob, A.B., Research Fellow in Psychology in the De- 
partment of Psychiatry (from September 1, 1966). 

Colin F. Bolton, iM.B., Ch.B., Research Fellow in Psychiatry. 

Brian B. Bouton, M.D., Research Fellow in Psychiatry. 

Clifford S. Briggin, M.D., Research Fellow in Psychiatry. 

Leslie Brooks, A4.D., Research Fellow in Psychiatry. 

Peter Bryan-Brown, M.B., Ch.B., Research Fellow in Psychia- 
try. 

Harvey M. Budner, M.D., Research Fellow in Psychiatry. 

Richard D. Budson, M.D., Research Fellow in Psychiatry. 

Pablo P. Cabrera, A4.D., Research Fellow in Psychiatry (from 
September 15, 1966). 

Corbett Campbell, M.B., Ch.B., Research Fellow in Psychiatry. 

Francisco J. Campos, M.D., Research Fellow in Psychiatry. 

Richard M. Chasin, M.D., Research Fellow in Psychiatry. 

Robert A. Cole, M.D., Research Fellow in Psychiatry. 

Edward A. Conboy, M.D., Research Fellow in Psychiatry. 

William D. Davidson, M.D., Research Fellow in Psychiatry. 

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Marianne Dierks, M.D., Research Fellow in Psychiatry. 
Roderick P. Durkin, Ph.D., Research Fellow in Psychology in 

the Department of Psychiatry (from September i, 1966). 
Anthony E. Elite, M.D., Research Fellow in Psychiatry. 
Amir M. Farhadi, M.D., Research Fellow in Psychiatry. 
Susan M. Fisher, M.D., Research Fellow in Psychiatry. 
Daniel B. Fishman, Ph.D., Research Fellow in Psychology in 

the Department of Psychiatry. 
Paul G. Foster, M.D., Research Fellow in Psychiatry. 
Ivan Fras, M.D., Research Fellow in Psychiatry. 
Frank M. Gatti, M.D., Research Fellow in Psychiatry. 
Eddie H. Harris, M.D., Research Fellow in Psychiatry. 
Marjorie J. Hill, Ph.D., Research Fellow in Psychology in the 

Department of Psychiatry (from September 1, 1966). 
John B. Hudson, Ph.D., Research Fellow in Sociology in the 

Department of Psychiatry. 
David Hutchison, M.D., Research Fellow in Psychiatry. 
Yukio Ishizuka, M.D., Research Fellow in Psychiatry. 
Richard K. Jennings, M.D., Research Fellow in Psychiatry. 
Masaya Jim bo, M.D., Research Fellow in Psychiatry (through 

May 31, 1967). 
Alicia M. Karol, M.B., Research Fellow in Psychiatry. 
James G. Kavanaugh, Jr., M.D., Research Fellow in Psychiatry. 
Robert F. Kenerson, M.D., Research Fellow in Psychiatry. 
George S. Klavens, M.D., Research Fellow in Psychiatry. 
Dubravko M. Kuftinec, M.D., Research Fellow in Psychiatry. 
Robert At ark Leff, A.M., Research Fellow in Psychology in 

the Department of Psychiatry (from September 1, 1966). 
Vicki M. Levi, M.D., Research Fellow in Psychiatry. 
John R. Lion, M.D., Research Fellow in Psychiatry. 
Stephen Lorch, S.B., Research Fellow in Biomathematics in the 

Department of Psychiatry, and Tutor in Computer Tech- 
nology. 
Peter C. Ludwig, M.D., Research Fellow in Psychiatrv. 
John J. MacMahon, M.R.C.S., Research Fellow in Psychiatry. 
Peter R. Atanes, AID., Research Fellow in Psychiatry. 

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Aleksander Mathe, M.D., Research Fellow in Psychiatry. 

Brenda K. McGowan, Ph.D., Research Fellow in Psychology 
in the Department of Psychiatry (from October i, 1966). 

Joanne D. Medalie, Ed.D., Research Fellow in Psychology in 
the Department of Psychiatry (through August 31, 1966). 

Rebecca L. Merchant, A.M., Research Fellow in Psychology 
in the Department of Psychiatry (from September 1, 1966). 

Joel A. Michael, Ph.D., Research Fellow in Psychology in the 
Department of Psychiatry (from October 1, 1966). 

Martin A. Miller, M.D., Research Fellow in Psychiatry. 

William J. Nemon, M.D., Research Fellow in Psychiatry. 

Motoi Ogata, M.D., Research Fellow in Psychiatry. 

Anita Paine, iM.D., Research Fellow in Psychiatry. 

Karen L. Pajari, M.D., Research Fellow in Psychiatry. 

Frank J. Paolitto, M.D., Research Fellow in Psychiatry. 

David Paw, Ph.D., Research Fellow in Anthropology in the 
Department of Psychiatry (from September 1, 1966). 

John K. Pearce, Jr., M.D., Research Fellow in Psychiatry. 

Chester A. Pearlman, iM.D., Research Fellow in Psychiatry. 

Jay M. Pomeran tz, A4.D., Research Fellow in Psychiatry. 

Louise Y. Postman, M.D., Research Fellow in Psychiatry. 

Robert L. Pyles, A4.D., Research Fellow in Psychiatry. 

David L. Raphling, M.D., Research Fellow in Psychiatry. 

Peter P. Reilly, Jr., M.D., Research Fellow in Psychiatry. 

Mark W. Rhine, M.D., Research Fellow in Psychiatry. 

Alexandra M. Rolde, M.D., CM., Research Fellow in Psychia- 
try. 

Sheldon Roth, A4.D., Research Fellow in Psychiatry. 

Christopher V. Rowland, Jr., M.D., Research Fellow in Psy- 
chiatry. 

Jane V. Russell, M.D., Research Fellow in Psychiatry. 

Paul L. Russell, M.D., Research Fellow in Psychiatry. 

Yoshio Sakamoto, M.D., Research Fellow in Psychiatry (re- 
signed July 31, 1966). 

Sirgay Sanger, M.D., Research Fellow in Psychiatry. 

Bernardo S. Scheimberg, M.D., Research Fellow in Psychiatry. 

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Philip W. Shambaugh, M.D., Research Fellow in Psychiatry. 

John R. Shaw, M.D., Research Fellow in Psychiatry (resigned 
August 31, 1966). 

Melvin J. Stern, M.D., Research Fellow in Psychiatry. 

Lawrence A. Stone, jM.D., Research Fellow in Psychiatry. 

Larry H. Strasburger, M.D., Research Fellow in Psychiatry. 

Roger S. Strauss, L.L.B., Research Fellow in Psychology in 
the Department of Psychiatry. 

Howard J. Weisman, A4.D., Research Fellow in Psychiatry. 

Norman L. Wilson, Jr., M.D., Research Fellow in Psychiatry. 

Raymond C. Yerkes, M.D., Research Fellow in Psychiatry. 

Georges Aird, M.D., Teaching Fellow in Psychiatry. 

Stewart L. Aledort, M.D., Teaching Fellow in Psychiatry. 

Jeffry J. Andresen, M.D., Teaching Fellow in Psychiatry. 

jMyron L. Belfer, M.D., Teaching Fellow in Psychiatry. 

Stephen B. Bernstein, M.D., Teaching Fellow in Psychiatry. 

John E. Biddinger, M.D., Teaching Fellow in Psychiatry. 

Daniel Birger, MJD., Teaching Fellow in Psychiatry. 

Herbert S. Bloch, M.D., Teaching Fellow in Psychiatry. 

Robert A. Blum, M.D., Teaching Fellow in Psychiatry. 

Clyde D. Brown, M.D., Teaching Fellow in Psychiatry. 

Thomas A. Bull, M.D., Teaching Fellow in Psychiatry. 

Paul A. Buttenwieser, A4.D., Teaching Fellow in Psychiatry. 

Charles W. Carl, Jr., M.D., Teaching Fellow in Psychiatry. 

Charles W. Casella, M.D., Teaching Fellow in Psychiatry. 

Maurice C. Cion, M.D., Teaching Fellow in Psychiatry. 

Nicholas S. Craven, M.D., Teaching Fellow in Psychiatry. 

James S. Dalsimer, M.D., Teaching Fellow in Psychiatry. 

Woodrow M. Donovan, M.D., Teaching Fellow in Psychiatry. 

Theodore Dreier, Jr., M.D., Teaching Fellow in Psychiatry. 

Hikmet N. Emmanuel, M.B., Ch.B., Teaching Fellow in Psy- 
chiatry. 

Stuart H. Fine, M.B., Ch.B., Teaching Fellow in Psychiatry. 

Joseph L. Finesinger, M.D., Teaching Fellow in Psychiatry. 

Irene F. Finstein, M.D., Teaching Fellow in Psychiatry. 

Roy G. Fitzgerald, M.D., Teaching Fellow in Psychiatry. 

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David H. Fram, M.D., Teaching Fellow in Psychiatry. 
Cornelia W. Friedman, M.D., Teaching Fellow in Psychiatry. 
Christopher C. Gates, A4.D., Teaching Fellow in Psychiatry. 
William B. Gault, M.D., Teaching Fellow in Psychiatry. 
Elliot S. Gershon, M.D., Teaching Fellow in Psychiatry. 
William H. Giddy, M.D., Teaching Fellow in Psychiatry. 
James F. Gilligan, M.D., Teaching Fellow in Psychiatry. 
Ricardo A. Giron, M.D., Teaching Fellow in Psychiatry. 
Peter E. Goldfine, ALD., Teaching Fellow in Psychiatry. 
Sheldon Golub, M.D., Teaching Fellow in Psychiatry. 
Jon E. Gudeman, M.D., Teaching Fellow in Psychiatry. 
Bennett S. Gurian, M.D., Teaching Fellow in Psychiatry. 
Jonathan A. Guttmacher, M.D., Teaching Fellow in Psychia- 
try. 
George E. Hamilton, M.D., Teaching Fellow in Psychiatry. 
Wassfy M. Hanna, M.B., Ch.B., Teaching Fellow in Psychiatry. 
Lawrence M. Hartmann, M.D., Teaching Fellow in Psychiatry. 
David W. Havens, M.D., Teaching Fellow in Psychiatry. 
Joseph H. Herzberg, M.D., Teaching Fellow in Psychiatry. 
Robert P. Hopkins, M.D., Teaching Fellow in Psychiatry. 
Stephen D. Howard, M.D., Teaching Fellow in Psychiatry. 
Jing Hsu, M.D., Teaching Fellow in Psychiatry. 
Michael C. Hughes, ALD., Teaching Fellow in Psychiatry. 
Judith N. Huizenga, ALD., Teaching Fellow in Psychiatry. 
Ronald O. Hurston, M.D., Teaching Fellow in Psychiatry. 
Leonard S. Jacobs, ALD., Teaching Fellow in Psychiatry. 
Steven L. Jaffe, M.D., Teaching Fellow in Psychiatry. 
Margaret A. Jolly, M.D., Teaching Fellow in Psychiatry. 
Lloyd P. Kamins, M.D., Teaching Fellow in Psychiatry. 
William W. Kates, M.D., Teaching Fellow in Psychiatry. 
Jacob J. Katzow, M.D., Teaching Fellow in Psychiatry. 
Martin J. Kelly, Jr., M.D., Teaching Fellow in Psychiatry. 
Nasir A. Khan, ALB., B.S., Teaching Fellow in Psychiatry. 
Edward J. Khantzian, ALD., Teaching Fellow in Psychiatry. 
Dori Laub, ALD., Teaching Fellow in Psychiatry. 
Kyu W. Lee, M.D., Teaching Fellow in Psychiatry. 

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Robert Leff, M.D., Teaching Fellow in Psychiatry. 

Louis D. Levi, M.D., Teaching Fellow in Psychiatry. 

Matthew E. Levine, M.D., Teaching Fellow in Psychiatry. 

Robert P. Liberman, M.D., Teaching Fellow in Psychiatry. 

Jerome J. Liss, M.D., Teaching Fellow in Psychiatry. 

Peter B. Livingston, M.D., Teaching Fellow in Psychiatry. 

Hugh J. Lurie, M.D., Teaching Fellow in Psychiatry. 

Harvey E. Mazer, M.D., Teaching Fellow in Psychiatry. 

James G. McAllister, 3RD, M.D., Teaching Fellow in Psychia- 
try (through August 31, 1966). 

Robert W. McCarley, M.D., Teaching Fellow in Psychiatry. 

Nancy J. McDonnell, M.D., Teaching Fellow in Psychiatry. 

Hugh B. McNamee, M.B., Ch.B., Teaching Fellow in Psychiatry. 

William J. Moran, M.D., Teaching Fellow in Psychiatry. 

Andrew P. Morrison, M.D., Teaching Fellow in Psychiatry. 

Lawrence B. Mutty, M.D., Teaching Fellow in Psychiatry. 

Amos Nahor, M.D., Teaching Fellow in Psychiatry (through 
December 31, 1966). 

Jeremy P. Nahum, M.D., Teaching Fellow in Psychiatry. 

Michael H. Nelson, L.R.C.P., Teaching Fellow in Psychiatry. 

Walter N. Pahnke, M.D., Ph.D., Teaching Fellow in Psy- 
chiatry. 

Robert D. Patterson, M.D., Teaching Fellow in Psychiatry. 

Michael S. Perlman, iYI.D., Teaching Fellow in Psychiatry. 

Frederic J. Phillips, M.D., Teaching Fellow in Psychiatry. 

Quentin R. Regestein, M.D., Teaching Fellow in Psychiatry. 

Arthur E. Reider, M.D., Teaching Fellow in Psychiatry. 

Donald L. Rife, M.D., Teaching Fellow in Psychiatry (through 
August 31, 1966). 

Ethan S. Rofman, M.D., Teaching Fellow in Psychiatry. 

James E. Sabin, M.D., Teaching Fellow in Psychiatry. 

Carl Salzman, M.D., Teaching Fellow in Psychiatry. 

Shera Samaraweera, M.B., B.S., D.P.M., Teaching Fellow in 
Psychiatry (through August 31, 1966). 

Paul Schneller, M.D., Teaching Fellow in Psychiatry. 

Henry E. Schntewind, M.D., Teaching Fellow in Psychiatry. 

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Robert W. Shapiro, M.D., Teaching Fellow in Psychiatry. 

Robert H. Sharpley, M.D., Teaching Fellow in Psychiatry. 

Michael A. Sperber, M.D., Teaching Fellow in Psychiatry 
(from December 15, 1966). 

Mark L. Stiglitz, M.D., Teaching Fellow in Psychiatry. 

William D. Strathmann, M.D., Teaching Fellow in Psychiatry. 

Alfredo T. Suescum, M.D., Teaching Fellow in Psychiatry. 

Ludwig S. Szymanski, M.D., Teaching Fellow in Psychiatry. 

Chester W. Taylor, M.D., Teaching Fellow in Psychiatry. 

Wen-Shing V. Tseng, B.M., Teaching Fellow in Psychiatry. 

Jerry Wacks, M.D., Teaching Fellow in Psychiatry. 

John S. Weltner, M.D., Teaching Fellow in Psychiatry. 

Richard J. Wyatt, M.D., Teaching Fellow in Psychiatry. 

Martin Yellen, M.D., Teaching Fellow in Psychiatry. 

Sheldon D. Zigelbaum, D.M.D., M.D., Teaching Fellow in Psy- 
chiatry. 



Required Courses 

Psychiatry. First Year. — Normal Growth and Development. 
The course will focus on the biological roots of behavior with par- 
ticular attention to the phenomena of emotion and learning. Con- 
sideration of the progressive adaptation of the organism in interaction 
with the environment leads to an introduction to human personality 
development. This theme is developed further in the second year. 
The clinics will present patients exemplifying topic areas from the 
lecture series. 

Psychiatry. Second Year. — The second year consists of nineteen 
lectures in abnormal growth and development to develop further con- 
cepts of psychological functioning. Emphasis shifts to the nature and 
genesis of abnormal psychological mechanisms manifested in symp- 
toms and behavioral disturbances. Nine additional hours are given 
to introduce methods of history taking and examination of patients 
designed to understand more fully socio-emotional factors in illness. 
The course is designed to serve as a preparation for the Introduction 
to the Clinic and the Principal Clinical Year. 

Psychiatry. Introduction to the Clinic. — Psychiatric interviewing 

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and case-taking are taught on the wards of the Beth Israel Hospital, 
Boston City Hospital, Massachusetts General Hospital, and Peter Bent 
Brigham Hospital by their psychiatric staffs. Lecture-demonstrations 
supplement this preparation for the subsequent clerkship. 

Psychiatry. Principal Clinical Year. — Each student serves as a 
clinical clerk for three weeks at the Massachusetts Mental Health 
Center, the Massachusetts General Hospital, or the McLean Hospital 
in conjunction with the Beth Israel Hospital. Work is with inpatients 
and outpatients, under supervision, and includes both short term and 
longer term contacts. The psychiatric problems of children and 
adolescents are discussed with staff members of the M.M.H.C, 
M.G.H., B.I.H., or C.H.M.C. During the medical, surgical, and 
pediatric clerkships at the B.I.H., B.C.H., M.G.H., P.B.B.H., and 
C.H.M.C, additional patients are studied under supervision one period 
each week. Emphasis is on the psychiatric problems of medical prac- 
tice. 

FIRST YEAR HOURS 

Psychiatry. Lectures and clinics. Drs. Nemiah, Ervin, and Asso- 
ciates. 12 

SECOND YEAR 

Psychiatry. Lectures and section teaching. Dr. Nemiah coordi- 
nator for course in Abnormal Growth and Development. In 19 
addition to nineteen lectures, each student attends three three- 
hour exercises as part of the course in physical diagnosis. 9 

INTRODUCTION TO THE CLINIC 

Psychiatry. Psychiatry services in the B.I.H., B.C.H., M.G.H, 
and P.B.B.H. Number of hours varies. 

principal clinical year 

Psychiatry. Clinical Clerkship. Drs. Ewalt, Havens, Nemiah, 
Vorenberg, Stanton, Gardner, Fox, P. Solomon, and 
Associates at the M.M.H.C, M.G.H., B.I.H., Mc.L.H., 
C.H.M.C, P.B.B.H, B.C.H. In addition to the psychiatric 
clerkship students spend one period each week on psychiatric 
problems during clerkships in medicine, surgery, and pedi- 
atrics. 1 20 

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Fourth Year Elective Courses* 

BLOCK COURSES 

50 1 M. Adult Psychiatry. Dr. Vorenberg and Associates. 

502M. Child Psychiatry. Dr. Onesti and Associates. 

503 M. Medical Psychotherapy. Dr. Altman and Associates. 

504M. Social Sciences in Medicine. Dr. Zinberg and Associates. 

505A4. Adult Psychiatry. Dr. P. Solomon and Associates. 

506M. Psychiatric Emergencies. Dr. P. Solomon and Associates. 

507M. Psychiatric Problems in Alcoholism. Dr. P. Solomon and Asso- 
ciates. 

508M. Psychiatry in Medical Practice. Dr. P. Solomon and Associates. 

509M. Child Psychiatry. Dr. G. E. Gardner and Associates. 

510M. Child Psychiatry in Pediatric Practice. Dr. G. E. Gardner and As- 
sociates. 

51 iM. Field Placements in Community Psychiatry. Dr. Grunebaum and 
Associates. 

512M. Inpatient Service. Dr. Nemiah. 

513M. Psychiatric Clinic. Dr. Sifneos. 

514M. Child Psychiatry. Dr. Lamont. 

515M. Acute Service. Dr. Chafetz. 

516M. Alcohol Clinic. Dr. Chafetz. 

517M. Community Mental Health Program. Dr. Bragg. 

518M. Adult Psychiatry. Drs. Nemiah, Sifneos, Weisman, and Chafetz. 

519M. Child Psychiatry. Dr. Lamont. 

520M. Acute Service. Dr. Chafetz. 

52 iM. Alcohol Clinic. Dr. Chafetz. 

522M. Adult Psychiatry. Dr. Havens and Associates. 

523M. Child Psychiatry. Dr. Rochlin and Associates. 

524M. Clinical Psychiatry. Drs. Stanton, Howard, Levin, Wermer, A. A. 
Stone, deMarneffe, Christ, Atueller, Washburn, and Associates. 

525M. Clinical Psychiatry. Drs. Stanton, Howard, Levin, Wermer, A. A. 
Stone, deMarneffe, Christ, Mueller, Washburn, and Associates. 

BLOCK COURSES — RESEARCH 

801. Clinical Psychiatric Research. Dr. Huntington. 

802. General Psychiatric Research. Dr. P. Solomon and Associates. 

803. Research in Infant Development. Dr. P. H. Wolff. 

804. Experimental Analysis of Behavior and of Drugs Affecting Behavior in 
Laboratory Animals. Drs. Dews, Morse, and Kelleher. {Same course 
as Pharmacology 814.) 

805. Systematic Analysis of Psychotherapy. Drs. Stanton, Schnitzer, 
Vanderpol, R. M. Weiner, and Coleman. 

806. Analysis of the Transmission of Signals through Ganglia of Simple 

* See A Schedule of Fourth Year Elective Courses 1966-1961 for addi- 
tional information. 

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Nervous Systems (Statistical Communication and Systems Theory Ap- 
proach). Dr. Hermann. 

807. Ward Interaction of Schizophrenic Patients. Dr. Eldred and Asso- 
ciates. 

808. Clinical Research — Inpatient Service. Dr. Nemiah. 

809. Clinical Research — Outpatient Service. Dr. Sifneos. 

810. Clinical Research — Consultation Service. Dr. Weisman. 

811. Clinical Research — Acute Service. Dr. Chafetz. 

812. Clinical Research — Alcohol Clinic. Dr. Chafetz. 

813. Clinical Research — Child Psychiatry. Dr. Lamont. 

814. Laboratory Work in Psychiatry. Drs. Ervin, Mendelson, Talland, 
Mello, Waugh, Quarton, and Mr. Lorch. 

816. Clinical Psychiatric Research. Dr. Fox and Associates. 

817. Research in the Physiology of Sleeping, Waking, and Dreaming. Dr. 
Hobson. 

longitudinal courses 
701. Use of Psychological Tests in General Hospital Practice. Drs. Hunt- 
ington and B. Levine. 
706M. Family in Relation to Illness and Hospitalization. Drs. Bell, Spiegel, 
and Associates. 

707. Group Dynamics. Dr. Christ and Associates. 

708. Individual Psychotherapy. Dr. Vanderpol and Associates. 

709. General Psychopathology. Dr A. A. Stone and Associates. 

710. Applied Geriatric Psychiatry. Dr. Berezin and Associates. 

711. Behavioral Science Research. Dr. Talland and Associates. 

712. Outpatient Psychotherapy. Dr. Sifneos. 

713. Pre-school Check-up Program. Dr. Misch. 

714. Techniques of Preventive Intervention. Dr. Herzan. 

715. Dynamics of Group Processes in Medical Practice. Dr. Semrad and 
Associates. 

716. Basic Principles of Psychotherapy. Dr. Semrad. 

717. Problems in Psychiatry. Dr. Havens. 

718. Basic Concepts of Dynamic Psychiatry. Dr. E. R. Zetzel. 

721. Uses of Physiological Measurements in Psychological Research. Drs. 
Shapiro, Crider, and Mr. Tursky. 

722. Outpatient Therapy. Drs. Stanton, Christ, A. A. Stone, Vanderpol, 
and Associates. 

723. Practice of Medical Psychology. Dr. Lipsitt and Associates. 

724. Psycho-Social Development — Adolescence through Aging. Dr. Zin- 
berg and Associates. 

725. Medicine in Society. Dr. Zinberg and Associates. 

726. Incurable and Dying Patients — Emotional Issues for Patient and Doc- 
tor. Dr. Payne and Associates. 

727. Consultative and Psychotherapeutic Approaches in Child Psychiatry. 
Dr. T. Frank and Associates. 

728. Introduction to Community Psychiatry. Dr. Grunebaum and Asso- 
ciates. 

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730. Outpatient Clinical Clerkships. Drs. Christ, Shein, Mueller, and 
Associates. 

731. Clinical Clerkship. Hospital Treatment and the Major Psychiatric 
Disorders. Drs. Stanton, P. M. Robinson, H. W. Williams, Jr., and 
Associates. 



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Department of Radiology 



Henry I. Kohn, Ph.D., M.D., Alvan T. and Viola D. Fuller- 
American Cancer Society Professor of Radiology. 

Edward B. D. Neuhauser, M.D., Clinical Professor of Radiology, 
and Head of the Department. 

Laurence L. Robbins, M.D., Clinical Professor of Radiology. 

Florencio A. Hipona, M.D., Associate Clinical Professor of 
Radiology (from September i, 1966). 

Richard Schatzki, M.D., Associate Clinical Professor of Radiol- 
ogy- 

Aiilford D. Schulz, M.D., Associate Clinical Professor of Radiol- 
ogy- 

Morris Simon, M.B., Ch.B., Associate Clinical Professor of Radi- 
ology. 

Martin H. Wittenborg, M.D., Associate Clinical Professor of 
Radiology. 

S. James Adflstein, M.D., Ph.D., Philip H. Cook Fellow in 
Radiology, and Assistant Professor of Anatomy. 

Jack R. Drfyfuss, M.D., Assistant Clinical Professor of Radi- 
ology. 

Marjorie J. Lemay, jM.D., Assistant Clinical Professor of Radiol- 
ogy- 

Majic S. Potsaid, A4.D., Assistant Clinical Professor of Radiology. 

Edward W. Webster, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Physics in 
the Department of Radiology. 

Stanley M. Wyman, M.D., Assistant Clinical Professor of Ra- 
diology. 

Lloyd E. Hawes, M.D., Lecturer on Radiology. 

John E. Gary, M.D., Clinical Associate in Radiology. 

George B. C. Harris, M.D., Clinical Associate in Radiology. 

Martin B. Levene, A4.D., Clinical Associate in Radiology. 

Joseph H. Marks, A4.D., Clinical Associate in Radiology. 

Paul F. J. New, M.B., B.S., Clinical Associate in Radiology. 

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Keith R. Rabinov, M.D., Clinical Associate in Radiology. 

Chiu-Chen Wang, AID., Clinical Associate in Radiology. 

Jerome H. Shapiro, M.D., Lecturer on Radiology. 

Lucy F. Squire, M.D., Lecturer on Radiology. 

Tugrul Pirnar, M.D., Research Associate in Radiology. 

Boris P. Bushueff, M.D., Instructor in Radiology. 

Robert E. Dinsiviore, M.D., Instructor in Radiology. 

Nathan T. Griscom, M.D., Instructor in Radiology. 

Douglas H. Howry, M.D., Instructor in Radiology. 

Murray L. Janower, M.D., Instructor in Radiology. 

Naphtali Joffe, M.B., Ch.B., Instructor in Radiology. 

Mirle A. Kellett, M.D., Instructor in Radiology. 

John P. Lavender, M.B., Ch.B., Instructor in Radiology. 

Alexander S. Macmillan, Jr., M.D., Instructor in Radiology. 

James M. McNeill, M.D., Instructor in Radiology. 

Robert A. Nebesar, M.D., Instructor in Radiology. 

Henry P. Pendergrass, M.D., Instructor in Radiology. 

James J. Pollard, M.D., Instructor in Radiology. 

Norman L. Sadowsky, M.D., Instructor in Radiology. 

John L. Sosman, M.D., Instructor in Radiology. 

Melvin Tefft, M.D., Instructor in Radiology. 

Frederick S. Tomchik, M.D., Instructor in Radiology. 

Alfred L. Weber, M.D., Instructor in Radiology. 

Wladimir Zezulin, M.D., Instructor in Radiology (from Sep- 
tember i, 1966). 

Harry Bailey, M.B., Ch.B., Assistant in Radiology. 

Stanley P. Bohrer, M.D., Assistant in Radiology. 

Melvin E. Clouse, M.D., Assistant in Radiology. 

Julian I. Gilliam, M.D., Assistant in Radiology. 

Derek J. Goodman, M.B., B.S., Assistant in Radiology. 

Patrick J. Haran, M.B., Ch.B., Assistant in Radiology (from 
September 1, 1966). 

Francis A. Herzan, M.D., Assistant in Radiology. 

Daniel Kaplan, M.D., Assistant in Radiology. 

Donald A. Meier, M.D., Assistant in Radiology (from September 
1, 1966). 

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Ronald J. Messer, iM.D., Assistant in Radiology. 

Richard G. O'Brien, M.D., Assistant in Radiology. 

John F. O'Connor, M.D., Assistant in Radiology. 

Richard C. Pfister, M.D., Assistant in Radiology. 

Edward J. Potchen, M.D., Assistant in Radiology (resigned 
August 15, 1966). 

Stefan C. Schatzki, M.D., Assistant in Radiology. 

Hubert S. Sear, M.D., Assistant in Radiology. 

John A. Twaddle, A4.D., Assistant in Radiology. 

Roland G. Ware, M.D., Assistant in Radiology. 

George F. Zinninger, M.D., Assistant in Radiology. 

William J. H. Caldicott, M.B., B.S., Teaching Fellow in 
Radiology (from January 1, 1967). 

Kiyokazu J. Momose, M.D., CM., Teaching Fellow in Radi- 
ology. 

Jorgen Stovring, M.D., Teaching Fellow in Radiology. 

Roy D. Strand, M.D., Philip H. Cook Fellow in Radiology. 

George W. Taylor, Al.D., Teaching Fellow in Radiology. 

John A. Tomei, M.D., Teaching Fellow in Radiology (through 
December 31, 1966). 

Dale E. Wenlund, M.D., Teaching Fellow in Radiology. 

Robert H. Wilkinson, Al.D., Teaching Fellow in Radiology. 

Required Courses 

Radiology. First Year. — Radiological instruction during the first 
year comprises a series of presentations during the course in Anatomy, 
designed to introduce and apply the X-ray method as a means of 
studying gross internal anatomy in health and disease. The practical 
application of these methods is extended in the Saturday clinics. 

Radiology. Second Year. — During the second semester of the 
second year, small group exercises and demonstrations are conducted 
in conjunction with the program of correlative teaching, with em- 
phasis on the systematic approach to X-ray interpretation and the 
correlation of abnormal findings with gross pathology and patho- 
physiology. 

Radiology. Introduction to the Clinic and Principal Clinical Year. 

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— Instruction is offered at the teaching hospitals through a series of 
lectures, clinics, and seminars. 

Fourth Year Elective Courses * 

BLOCK COURSES 

50 1 M. General Radiology. Dr. M. Simon and Associates. 

502M. General Radiology. Dr. M. Simon and Associates. 

503 M. General Pediatric Roentgen Diagnosis. Dr. Neuhauser and Asso- 
ciates. 

504JYI. Pediatric Radiotherapy. Dr. Tefft. 

505M. General Radiology. Dr. L. L. Robbins and Associates. 

506M. Radiation Therapy. Dr. Schulz and Associates. 

507M. General Radiology with Emphasis on Diagnostic Radiology. Dr. R. 
Schatzki and Associates. 

508M. Clinical Diagnosis, Clinical Radiotherapy, and Nuclear Medicine. 
Dr. Hawes and Associates. 

509M. Clinical Diagnosis. Dr. Hawes and Associates. 

510M. Clinical Radiotherapy, including Tutorial Instruction in Radiobiol- 
ogy. Drs. Hawes, Adelstein, and Associates. 

51 iM. Nuclear Medicine. Drs. Hawes, Potchen, and Associates. 

512M. General Radiology. Dr. Bushueff and Associates. 

513M. Radiology. Dr. Shapiro and Associates. 

LONGITUDINAL COURSES 

701. Oncologic Radiobiology. Drs. Kohn, Adelstein, and Associates. 

702. Diagnostic Roentgenology. Dr. L. L. Robbins. 

* See A Schedule of Fourth Year Elective Courses 1966-1967 for addi- 
tional information. 



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Department of Surgery 



Robert E. Gross, M.D., D.Sc. (hon.), William E. Ladd Professor 
of Child Surgery, and Head of the Department at The Chil- 
dren's Hospital. 

William V. McDermott, Jr., M.D., Professor of Surgery, and 
Head of the Department at the Boston City Hospital. 

Francis D. Moore, A4.D., S.D. (hon.), Moseley Professor of 
Surgery, Head of the Department at the Peter Bent Brigham 
Hospital (on Sabbatical leave January 15, 1967 through 
July 15, 1967). 

Paul S. Russell, M.D., A.M. (hon.), John Homans Professor of 
Surgery, Head of the Department at the Massachusetts 
General Hospital, and Secretary to the Departments of Sur- 
gery. 

William Silen, M.D., A.M. (hon.), Professor of Surgery at the 
Beth Israel Hospital, and Head of the Department at the 
Beth Israel Hospital. 

W. Gerald Austen, M.D., Professor of Surgery. 

Marshall K. Bartlett, M.D., Clinical Professor of Surgery. 

Henry K. Beecher, M.D., M.D. (hon.), Henry Isaiah Dorr 
Professor of Research and Teaching in Anaesthetics and 
Anaesthesia. 

George H. A. Clowes, Jr., M.D., Clinical Professor of Surgery. 

Oliver Cope, M.D., Dr. (hon.), Professor of Surgery. 

Jacob Fine, M.D., Professor of Surgery at the Beth Israel Hospital 
(retired August 31, 1966). 

Davight E. Harken, M.D., D.Sc. (hon.), Clinical Professor of 
Surgery. 

J. Hartwell Harrison, M.D., A.M. (hon.), Elliott Carr Cutler 
Professor of Surgery. 

Wyland F. Leadbetter, M.D., Clinical Professor of Surgery. 

Donald D. Matson, M.D., Clinical Professor of Surgery. 

Thomas B. Quigley, M.D., Clinical Professor of Surgery. 

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William H. Sweet, M.D., D.Sc, Professor of Surgery at the 
Massachusetts General Hospital. 

Leroy D. Vandam, M.D., Clinical Professor of Anaesthesia. 

Carl W. Walter, M.D., Clinical Professor of Surgery. 

Richard Warren, M.D., Clinical Professor of Surgery. 

Claude E. Welch, M.D., Clinical Professor of Surgery. 

Hugo A. Krayenbuhl, M.D., Visiting Professor of Surgery 
(October 15, 1966 through November 15, 1966). 

Thomas W. Botsford, M.D., Associate Clinical Professor of 
Surgery. 

Chiltox Crane, M.D., Associate Clinical Professor of Surgery. 

Edward Hamlin, Jr., M.D., Associate Clinical Professor of 
Surgery. 

George L. Nardi, M.D., Associate Clinical Professor of Surgery. 

Melvin P. Osborne, M.D., Associate Clinical Professor of Sur- 
gery. 

J. Gordon Scannell, M.D., Associate Clinical Professor of 
Surgery. 

Robert M. Smith, M.D., Associate Clinical Professor of An- 
aesthesia. 

Henry T. Ballantine, Jr., M.D., Assistant Clinical Professor of 
Surgery. 

Henrik H. Bendixen, M.D., Assistant Clinical Professor of An- 
aesthesia. 

William F. Bernhard, M.D., Assistant Clinical Professor of 
Surgery. 

John R. Brooks, M.D., Assistant Clinical Professor of Surgery. 

John F. Burke, M.D., Assistant Clinical Professor of Surgery. 

Edward D. Frank, M.D., Assistant Professor of Surgery at the 
Beth Israel Hospital, and Tutor in Medical Science. 

Howard A. Frank, M.D., Assistant Professor of Surgery at the 
Beth Israel Hospital, and Tutor in Surgery. 

Hermes C. Grillo, M.D., Assistant Clinical Professor of Surgery. 

Sylvester B. Kelley, M.D., Assistant Clinical Professor of 
Surgery. 

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Walter S. Kerr, Jr., M.D., Assistant Clinical Professor of 
Surgery. 

Myron B. Laver, M.D., Assistant Clinical Professor of An- 
aesthesia. 

Luther A. Longino, M.D., Assistant Clinical Professor of Sur- 
gery. 

Donald W. MacCollum, M.D., Assistant Clinical Professor of 
Surgery. 

Vernon H. Mark, M.D., Assistant Clinical Professor of Surgery. 

Joseph E. Murray, M.D., Sc.D. (hon.), Assistant Clinical Profes- 
sor of Surgery. 

W. Bradford Patterson, iM.D., Assistant Clinical Professor of 
Surgery. 

William H. Pearlman, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Biological 
Chemistry in the Department of Surgery. 

John V. Pikula, M.D., Assistant Clinical Professor of Surgery. 

John W. Raker, M.D., Assistant Clinical Professor of Surgery. 

Alexander M. Rutenburg, M.D., Assistant Professor of Surgery 
at the Beth Israel Hospital, and Tutor in Medical Science. 

Robert S. Shaw, M.D., Assistant Clinical Professor of Surgery. 

Gene M. Smith, Ph.D., Assistant Professor in Psychology in 
Anaesthesia at the Massachusetts General Hospital. 

George W. B. Starkey, M.D., Assistant Clinical Professor of 
Surgery. 

Herbert S. Talbot, M.D., Assistant Clinical Professor of Sur- 
gery. 

Donald P. Todd, M.D., Assistant Clinical Professor of Anaes- 
thesia. 

Walter R. Wegner, M.D., Assistant Clinical Professor of Sur- 
gery. 

Richard E. Wilson, M.D., Assistant Professor of Surgery, and 
Tutor in Medical Science. 

Henry J. Winn, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Bacteriology and 
Immunology in the Department of Surgery at the Massachu- 
setts General Hospital. 

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John Garcia, Ph.D., Lecturer on Psychology in the Department 
of Surgery. 

Milton H. Alper, ALD., Clinical Associate in Anaesthesia. 

Benjamin A. Barnes, M.D., Clinical Associate in Surgery. 

Ernest M. Barsamian, M.D., Clinical Associate in Surgery. 

Henry Brown, M.D., Clinical Associate in Surgery. 

Bradford Cannon, M.D., Clinical Associate in Surgery. 

Nathan P. Couch, M.D., Clinical Associate in Surgery. 

Stanley Deutsch, Ph.D., ALD., Associate in Anesthesia. 

Gordon A. Donaldson, ALD., Clinical Associate in Surgery. 

Lawrence D. Egbert, M.D., Clinical Associate in Anaesthesia. 

M. Judah Folkman, ALD., Associate in Surgery, and Tutor in 
Medical Science. 

F. Thomas Gephart, M.D., Clinical Associate in Surgery. 

Samuel Gilman, ALD., Clinical Associate in Anaesthesia. 

Donald J. Glotzer, Ph.D., ALD., Clinical Associate in Surgery 
(from October i, 1966). 

Phillips Hallowell, ALD., Clinical Associate in Anaesthesia. 

John Hedley-Whyte, ALB., Ch.B., Clinical Associate in Anaes- 
thesia. 

William H. Hendren, 3RD, ALD., Clinical Associate in Surgery. 

Louis Hermanson, ALD., Clinical Associate in Surgery. 

Charles E. Huggins, ALD., Clinical Associate in Surgery. 

Raymond N. Kjellberg, ALD., Associate in Surgery at the 
Alassachusetts General Hospital. 

Guy W. Leadbetter, ALD., Clinical Associate in Surgery. 

Charles G. Mixter, Jr., M.D., Clinical Associate in Surgery. 

Anthony P. Aionaco, ALD., Clinical Associate in Surgery, and 
Tutor in Aledical Science. 

John C. Norman, ALD., Associate in Surgery. 

Ellison C. Pierce, Jr., ALD., Clinical Associate in Anaesthesia. 

Henning Pontoppidan, ALD., Clinical Associate in Anaesthesia. 

George S. Richardson, ALD., Clinical Associate in Surgery. 

Chester B. Rosoff, ALD., Clinical Associate in Surgery, and Tu- 
tor in Aledical Science. 

Edwin W. Salzman, ALD., Clinical Associate in Surgery. 

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Samuel R. Schuster, M.D., Clinical Associate in Surgery. 

John Shillito, Jr., M.D., Clinical Associate in Surgery. 

Arnold Starr, M.D., Clinical Associate in Surgery. 

Kenneth J. Welch, M.D., Clinical Associate in Surgery. 

H. Brownell Wheeler, M.D., Clinical Associate in Surgery. 

Earle W. Wilkins, Jr., M.D., Clinical Associate in Surgery. 

John A. Williams, M.D., Associate in Surgery at the Beth Israel 
Hospital. 

Francis M. Woods, M.D., Clinical Associate in Surgery. 

Herbert D. Adams, M.D., Lecturer on Surgery. 

George Austen, Jr., Lecturer on Surgery. 

Edward A. Gaensler, M.D., Lecturer on Surgery (from Decem- 
ber i, 1966). 

Cornelius E. Sedgwick, A4.D., Lecturer on Surgery. 

Erik Waino-Andersen, M.D., Visiting Lecturer on Anaesthesia. 

Kenneth W. Warren, M.D., Lecturer on Surgery. 

Adelbert Ames, 3RD., M.D., Research Associate in Biological 
Chemistry in the Department of Surgery. 

James E. Anliker, Ph.D., Research Associate in Anaesthesia. 

Philip A. Drinker, Ph.D., Research Associate in Physiology in 
the Department of Surgery. 

Nathan Kaliss, Ph.D., Research Associate in Surgery (Novem- 
ber 1, 1966 through April 30, 1967). 

Ruth B. Kundsin, Sc.D., Research Associate in Bacteriology in 
the Department of Surgery. 

Peter B. Lambert, M.B., Ch.B., Research Associate in Surgery. 

David E. Leith, M.D., Research Associate in Anaesthesia (re- 
signed August 31, 1966). 

Padmakar P. Lele, M.D., Dr.Phil., Research Associate in Physi- 
ology in the Department of Surgery. 

Carlo Palmerio, M.D., Research Associate in Surgery. 

Asenath Petrie, Ph.D., Research Associate in Psvchology in the 
Department of Surgery. 

Daniel A. Pollen, M.D., Research Associate in Neurobiology 
in the Department of Surgery. 

Selma H. Rutenburg, M.D., Research Associate in Surgery. 

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Farida M. Saad, Ph.D., Research Associate in Biological Chem- 
istry in the Department of Surgery. 

Robert C. Skarxes, Ph.D., Research Associate in Bacteriology 
and Immunology in the Department of Surgery. 

Edgar E. Smith, Ph.D., Research Associate in Surgery. 

Albert H. Soloway, Ph.D., Research Associate in Chemistry in 
the Department of Surgery. 

Arthur L. Abrams, M.D., Instructor in Anaesthesia. 

Hart Achexbach, M.D., Instructor in Surgery. 

Frederick W. Ackroyd, M.D., Instructor in Surgery (resigned 
July 31, 1966). 

Johx G. Adams, Jr., M.D., Instructor in Anaesthesia. 

Menelaos A. Aliapoulias, M.D., Instructor in Surgery. 

Norm ax W. Andrew, M.D., Instructor in Anaesthesia. 

George E. Battit, M.D., Instructor in Anaesthesia, 

Solomon Berg, M.D., Instructor in Surgery. 

Alan G. Birtch, M.D., Instructor in Surgery, and Tutor in 
Medical Science. 

Harrison Black, M.D., Instructor in Surgery. 

Milton F. Brougham, M.D., Instructor in Surgery. 

Hathorx P. Broavx, M.D., Instructor in Surgery. 

Mortimer J. Buckley, M.D., Instructor in Surgery. 

John W. Chamberlain, M.D., Instructor in Surgery. 

Cesare G. Coletta, M.D., Instructor in Anaesthesia. 

John D. Coxstable, M.D., Instructor in Surgery. 

Myriam R. D. Corthesy, M.D., Instructor in Anaesthesia (from 
October 1, 1966). 

Dean Crocker, M.D., Instructor in Anaesthesia. 

John M. Crowe, M.D., Instructor in Surgery. 

Brian C. Daltox, M.D., Instructor in Anaesthesia. 

Robert E. Desautels, M.D., Instructor in Surgery. 

William S. Eastox, M.D., Instructor in Anaesthesia. 

Robert M. Filler, M.D., Instructor in Surgery. 

Albert J. Fixck, M.D., Instructor in Anaesthesia. 

William F. Flynx, M.D., Instructor in Surgery. 

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El win E. Fraley, M.D., Instructor in Surgery, (resigned Janu- 
ary 31, 1967). 

Edward W. Friedman, M.D., Instructor in Surgery, and Tutor in 
Medical Science. 

Joseph H. Galicich, Jr., M.D., Instructor in Surgery. 

Philip G. Gallagher, M.D., Instructor in Surgery. 

Raymond W. Gibbs, M.D., Instructor in Surgery. 

Julius E. Goldblatt, M.D., Instructor in Surgery. 

Robert M. Goldwyn, M.D., Instructor in Surgery. 

Edward B. Gray, Jr., M.D., Instructor in Surgery. 

Harold L. Greenberg, D.M.D., M.D., Instructor in Surgery. 

Paul F. Gryska, M.D., Instructor in Surgery. 

Eugene A. Guralnick, M.D., Instructor in Surgery. 

Hannibal Hamlin, M.D., Instructor in Surgery. 

Stephen J. Healey, M.D., Instructor in Surgery. 

Zolman Helfand, D.M.D., M.D., Instructor in Surgery. 

Carl S. Hoar, Jr., M.D., Instructor in Surgery. 

Stephen J. Hoye, AID., Instructor in Surgery. 

Lee G. Kendall, M.D., Instructor in Surgery. 

Benjamin J. Kripke, M.D., Instructor in Anaesthesia. 

James A. Krisher, M.D., Instructor in Anaesthesia. 

Lee V. Leak, Ph.D., Instructor in Surgery. 

Feung B. Lee, M.D., Instructor in Surgery. 

Richard H. Litner, M.D., Instructor in Surgery (from Septem- 
ber 1, 1966). 

Martin S. Litwin, M.D., Instructor in Surgery (resigned August 
31, 1966). 

Edward Lowenstein, M.D., Instructor in Anaesthesia. 

Samuel Lowis, M.D., Instructor in Surgery. 

Edward M. Mahoney, D.M.D., M.D., Instructor in Surgery. 

David T. Mahony, M.D., Instructor in Surgery. 

Ronald A. Malt, M.D., Instructor in Surgery. 

David E. Marcello, Jr.. D.M.D., M.D., Instructor in Surgery. 

Phillip S. Marcus, M.D., Instructor in Anaesthesia. 

Charles F. McKhann, M.D., Instructor in Surgery, and Tutor in 
Medical Science. 

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John B. McKittrick, M.D., Instructor in Surgery. 

Bucknam McPeek, M.D., Instructor in Anaesthesia. 

Keith Merrill, Jr., M.D., Instructor in Surgery. 

Jost J. iMichelsen, M.D., Instructor in Surgery. 

Tassadduk H. Moghul, M.B., B.S., Instructor in Surgery. 

Alfred P. Morgan, Jr., M.D., Instructor in Surgery. 

Roger H. Morris, M.D., Instructor in Anaesthesia. 

Daniel J. Mullane, M.D., Instructor in Surgery. 

Louis H. Nason, M.D., Instructor in Surgery. 

Robert A. Newton, M.D., Instructor in Surgery. 

Edward T. O'Hara, M.D., Instructor in Surgery. 

Robert G. Ojemann, M.D., Instructor in Surgery. 

Leslie W. Ottinger, At.D., Instructor in Surgery. 

Edward C. Parkhurst, M.D., Instructor in Surgery. 

Alan D. Perlmutter, M.D., Instructor in Surgery. 

Louis N. Pernokas, M.D., Instructor in Surgery. 

William C. Quinby, Jr., M.D., Instructor in Surgery. 

William S. Rachlin, M.D., Instructor in Surgery. 

Grant V. Rodkey, M.D., Instructor in Surgery. 

A. David Roth, M.D., Instructor in Surgery. 

John L. Rowbotham, M.D., Instructor in Surgery. 

Joseph F. Ruscio, M.D., Instructor in Anaesthesia. 

Mario R. Salem, M.D., Instructor in Anaesthesia. 

Bernard R. Sears, M.D., Instructor in Surgery. 

Arnold L. Segel, M.D., Instructor in Surgery. 

Talbot D. Seigne, M.B., Ch.B., Instructor in Anaesthesia. 

Donald B. Shahon, AID., Ph.D., Instructor in Surgery. 

John J. Skillman, M.D., Instructor in Surgery. 

Alan R. Spievack, M.D., Instructor in Surgery. 

Albert M. Starr, M.D., Instructor in Surgery. 

Howard I. Suby, M.D., Instructor in Surgery. 

Warren J. Taylor, M.D., Instructor in Surgery. 

Howard A. Trachtenberg, M.D., Instructor in Anaesthesia. 

Barbara E. Waud, M.D., Instructor in Anaesthesia (from October 

i, 1966). 
Jess B. Weiss, M.D., Instructor in Anaesthesia. 

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Frank C. Wheelock, Jr., M.D., Instructor in Surgery. 

Malvin F. White, D.M.D., M.D., Instructor in Surgery. 

Lorande M. Woodruff, M.D., Instructor in Surgery. 

Raleigh L. Wright, M.D., Instructor in Surgery. 

Masao Yatsuhashi, M.D., Instructor in Surgery. 

Gerald L. Zeitlin, M.B., Ch.B., Instructor in Anaesthesia. 

John R. Algird, M.D., Assistant in Anaesthesia. 

Richard C. Austin, M.D., Assistant in Surgery. 

Edward P. Baker, Jr., M.D., Assistant in Surgery. 

Glenn E. Behringer, M.D., Assistant in Surgery. 

Harold Bengloff, M.D., Assistant in Surgery. 

Ronald Birkenfeld, M.D., Assistant in Surgery. 

Joan M. Brown, M.B., Ch.B., Assistant in Anaesthesia (through 
July 31, 1966). 

Charles B. Burbank, M.D., Assistant in Surgery. 

Leonard S. Bushnell, M.D., Assistant in Anaesthesia. 

Edwin L. Carter, M.D., Assistant in Surgery. 

Joseph W. Copel, M.D., Assistant in Surgery. 

Ralph C. Darling, Jr., M.D., Assistant in Surgery. 

Enrico F. DeMaio, M.D., Assistant in Surgery (from December 
1, 1966). 

Chester J. Dexter, M.D., Assistant in Surgery. 

Robert F. Dine, M.D., Assistant in Surgery. 

Joseph F. Dorsey, M.D., Assistant in Surgery. 

Nancy J. Engeset (Van Der Molen), M.D., Assistant in An- 
aesthesia. 

Angelo Eraklis, M.D., Assistant in Surgery. 

Frank Franco, M.D., Assistant in Surgery. 

Frank W. Garran, At.D., Assistant in Surgery. 

Paul L. Frederick, M.D., Assistant in Surgery. 

Bennie Geffin, M.B., Ch.B., Assistant in Anaesthesia. 

Richard F. Gibbs, M.D., Assistant in Anaesthesia. 

George H. Gifford, A4.D., Assistant in Surgery (from January 
1, 1967). 

John A. Goodwin, D.A., Assistant in Anaesthesia. 

Stanley K. Gordon, M.D., Assistant in Surgery. 

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Ernest Grable, M.D., Assistant in Surgery. 

John A. Hakes, M.B., Ch.B., Assistant in Anaesthesia (from De- 
cember i, 1966). 

Irad B. Hardy, Jr., M.D., Assistant in Surgery. 

John M. Head, M.D., Assistant in Surgery. 

Stephen E. Hedberg, M.D., Assistant in Surgery. 

Dorothy K. Heerdegen, M.D., Assistant in Anaesthesia. 

Guenther E. Herpfer, M.D., Assistant in Anaesthesia. 

Hyman A. Hershman, M.D., Assistant in Surgery. 

Clement A. Hiebert, M.D., Assistant in Surgery. 

Lucius T. Hill, Jr., M.D., Assistant in Surgery. 

Reidar Hoff, M.D., Assistant in Anaesthesia (from October 1 
1966). 

Alfred T. Joseph, D.M.D., M.D., Assistant in Surgery. 

Constantine I. Kostas, M.D., Assistant in Surgery. 

Clinton N. Koufman, M.D., Assistant in Surgery. 

Susanne J. Lamdin, M.D., Assistant in Anaesthesia. 

Lucy Lee, M.D., Assistant in Anaesthesia. 

Sabin S. Levenson, M.D., Assistant in Surgery. 

Howard J. Lewenstein, M.D., Assistant in Surgery. 

John B. Lloyd, M.D., Assistant in Surgery. 

John Lynch, M.D., Assistant in Surgery. 

Edward J. Mahoney, M.D., Assistant in Anaesthesia. 

Rita A. Manzi, M.D., Assistant in Anaesthesia. 

Jack M. Matloff, A4.D., Assistant in Surgery. 

Leo T. McCallujM, M.D., Assistant in Surgery. 

Eugene F. McDonough, Jr., M.D., Assistant in Surgery. 

Carroll C. Miller, M.D., Assistant in Surgery. 

John D. Murphy, M.D., Assistant in Anaesthesia. 

Larry K. Page, M.D., Assistant in Surgery. 

Anthony S. Patton, M.D., Assistant in Surgery. 

Anne W. Phillips, M.D., Assistant in Surgery. 

Marvin J. Powell, M.D., Assistant in Surgery. 

Robert L. Replogle, M.D., Assistant in Surgery. 

Francis X. Rockett, M.D., Assistant in Surgery. 

William P. Rogers, Jr., M.D., Assistant in Surgery. 

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Leon Rosenfeld, M.D., Assistant in Surgery. 

S. Peter Sarris, M.D., Assistant in Surgery. 

N. Paul Schepis, ALD., Assistant in Anaesthesia. 

Robert Shapiro, M.D., Assistant in Surgery. 

Melvin I. Shoul, M.D., Assistant in Surgery. 

Frederick A. Simeone, A4.D., Assistant in Surgery (resigned July 

31, 1966). 
William L. Strickler, M.D., Assistant in Surgery. 
Kunio Suwa, M.D., Assistant in Anaesthesia (through September 

30, 1966). 
Judith A. Tassie, M.B., B.S., Assistant in Anaesthesia. 
Robin A. van der Molen, M.B., Ch.B., Assistant in Anaesthesia. 
James C. Walker, M.D., Assistant in Surgery. 
Philip H. Walker, M.D., Assistant in Surgery. 
Sarita G. Walzer, M.D., Assistant in Anaesthesia. 
Chiu-an Wang, M.D., Assistant in Surgery. 
Dorothy A. Wescott, M.B., B.S., Assistant in Anaesthesia. 
Harold A. Wilkinson, A4.D., Ph.D., Assistant in Surgery (from 

September 1, 1966). 
Lawrence I. Zaroff, M.D., Assistant in Surgery (resigned August 

12, 1966). 
Shakeab A. Alshabkhoun, M.D., Research Fellow in Surgery 

(through August 31, 1966). 
Michael A. Bankole, M.B., B.S., Research Fellow in Surgery. 
John H. Barsch, M.D., Research Fellow in Anaesthesia (through 

September 30, 1966). 
Robert H. Bartlett, M.D., Research Fellow in Surgery. 
Philip Belitsky, M.D., CM., Research Fellow in Surgery. 
Philippe F. Benda, M.D., Research Fellow in Surgery. 
Erik J. Berg, M.D., Research Fellow in Surgery. 
Paul R. Berry, M.B., Ch.B., Research Fellow in Anaesthesia. 
George Blackburn, M.D., Research Fellow in Surgery (from 

December 1, 1966). 
James L. Boak, M.B., Ch.B., Research Fellow in Surgery (from 

September 1, 1966). 
Conrado C. Bondoc, M.D., Research Fellow in Surgery. 

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Alvaro Caro, M.D., Research Fellow in Surgery (through No- 
vember 30, 1966). 

Brian H. Casey, M.B., B.S., Research Fellow in Surgery (from 
September 15, 1966). 

Aurelio Chaux, M.D., Research Fellow in Surgery (through 
December 31, 1966). 

Aloysius J. Chen, M.D., Research Fellow in Surgery. 

Toyoaki Chiba, iM.D., Research Fellow in Surgery (through 
July 15, 1966). 

John J. Collins, Jr., M.D., Research Fellow in Surgery (from 
September 1, 1966). 

Arnold G. Coran, M.D., Research Fellow in Surgery. 

Victor H. Covelli, M.D., Research Fellow in Surgery. 

Giuliano Daddi, M.D., Research Fellow in Surgery (from 
January 1, 1967). 

Rifaat K. Dagher, M.D., Research Fellow in Surgery (from 
September 1, 1966). 

Allen L. Davies, M.D., Research Fellow in Surgery. 

Arnold G. Diethelm, M.D., Research Fellow in Surgery. 

Jean-Michel Dubernard, M.D., Research Fellow in Surgery 
(resigned February 28, 1967). 

Michel A. Duvelleroy, M.D., Research Fellow in Anaesthesia. 

Richard J. Elkort, M.D., Research Fellow in Surgery (from 
September 1, 1966). 

W. Keith Eltringham, A4.B., Ch.B., Research Fellow in Surgery. 

Erik Eyskens, M.D., Research Fellow in Surgery (through 
August 31, 1966). 

Joan W. Flacke, M.D., Research Fellow in Anaesthesia. 

Chester J. Flynn, M.D., Research Fellow in Anaesthesia (from 
September 1, 1966). 

Miles Fox, ALB., Ch.B., Research Fellow in Surgery (from 
August 1, 1966). 

Jean L. Gueriguian, M.D., Research Fellow in Biological Chem- 
istry in the Department of Surgery. 

James R. W. Guaipert, M.B., Ch.B., Research Fellow in Sur- 
gery. 

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Hans-Joachim Halbfass, M.D., Research Fellow in Surgery (re- 
signed August 31, 1966). 
Felix H. Harder, M.D., Research Fellow in Surgery. 
James M. Hartsuck, M.D., Research Fellow in Surgery. 
Hiroshi Hatanaka, M.D., Research Fellow in Surgery. 
Hartmut B. Heitmann, M.D., Research Fellow in Anaesthesia 

(through March 31, 1967). 
Eduard Hradec, A4.D., Research Fellow in Surgery (through 

September 30, 1966). 
Mohammad A. Ilahi, M.B., B.S., Research Fellow in Surgery 

(from February 1, 1967). 
Michel Jeannet, M.D., Research Fellow in Surgery. 
Mark E. Jenny, M.D., Research Fellow in Surgery. 
Olga Jonasson, M.D., Research Fellow in Surgery (through 

July 31, 1966). 
Eduardo R. Juca, M.D., Research Fellow in Surgery (through 

March 3.1, 1967). 
Paul C. A. Kinnaert, M.D., Research Fellow in Surgery (through 

December 31, 1966). 
Yasushi Kojima, M.D., Research Fellow in Surgery (from Sep- 
tember 1, 1966). 
Paul L. Kornblith, M.D., Research Fellow in Surgery. 
Jean-Pierre Lambilliotte, M.D., Research Fellow in Surgery 

(from October 1, 1966). 
Frederick C. Lane, M.D., Research Fellow in Surgery. 
Allyn G. A4ay, M.D., Research Fellow in Surgery. 
Clifton K. Meador, M.D., Research Fellow in Surgery (through 

August 31, 1966). 
William M. Mee, M.B., B.S., Research Fellow in Surgery 

(through December 15, 1966). 
Andrzej H. Michalski, M.D., Research Fellow in Surgery. 
Heitaro Mogami, M.D., Ph.D., Research Fellow in Surgery 

(through September 15, 1966). 
Takesada Mori, M.D., Research Fellow in Surgery (from August 

1, 1966). 

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Mary J. Morris, M.B., B.S., Research Fellow in Anaesthesia 
(resigned August 26, 1966). 

Peter J. Morris, M.B., B.S., Research Fellow in Surgery (re- 
signed January 31, 1967). 

Andrew M. Munster, M.B., B.S., Research Fellow in Surgery 
(from September 1, 1966). 

Samuel D. Nelson, M.B., Ch.B., Research Fellow in Surgery 
(resigned January 31, 1967). 

Hiromichi Ono, M.D., Research Fellow in Surgery (from 
November 1, 1966). 

Wilbert M. Orr, M.B., Ch.B., Research Fellow in Surgery. 

James R. Pluth, M.D., Research Fellow in Surgery (through 
December 31, 1966). 

Graham C. Priestley, M.D., Research Fellow in Surgery (from 
October 1, 1966). 

Maruf A. Razzuk, M.D., Research Fellow in Surgery (through 
August 31, 1966). 

Max Rendall, M.B., Ch.B., Research Fellow in Surgery (from 
January 1, 1967). 

Juan E. Roda, M.B., Ch.B., Research Fellow in Surgery. 

Sigurd Rosenkaimer, M.D., Research Fellow in Anaesthesia (from 
January 1, 1967). 

Joseph W. Rubin, M.D., Research Fellow in Surgery (from 
December 1, 1966). 

Yash Vir Sachdev, M.B., B.S., Research Fellow in Surgery 
(October 1, 1966 through March 31, 1967). 

Edward C. Saltzstein, M.D., Research Fellow in Surgery (Sep- 
tember 15, 1966 through December 17, 1966). 

Anthony P. Scapicchio, M.D., Research Fellow in Surgery 
(from July 15, 1966). 

Rolf K. Schroder, M.D., Research Fellow in Surgery. 

Akira Shintani, M.D., Research Fellow in Surgery (from No- 
vember 1, 1966). 

Jack S. Sizer, M.D., Research Fellow in Surgery. 

Arnold Sladen, M.B., Research Fellow in Anaesthesia (from 
January 1, 1967). 

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David C. Smith, Ph.D., Research Fellow in Surgery (through 

October 31, 1966). 
Kunijuki Someda, M.D., Research Fellow in Surgery (from 

November 1, 1966). 
Frank P. Stuart, M.D., Research Fellow in Surgery (through 

August 31, 1966). 
Katsumi Suematsu, M.D., Research Fellow in Surgery. 
Kozo Suma, A4.D., Research Fellow in Surgery. 
jMasami Suwa, M.D., Ph.D., Research Fellow in Surgery. 
Benedictus A. van der Werf, M.D., Research Fellow in Surgery. 
Charles G. Watson, M.D., Research Fellow in Surgery. 
Harold S. Winsey, M.B., B.S., Research Fellow in Surgery. 
Peter M. Winter, M.D., Research Fellow in Anaesthesia (through 

February 28, 1967). 
Francis G. Wolfort, M.D., Research Fellow r in Surgery. 
Zenya Yamazaki, M.D., Research Fellow in Surgery (from 

September 1, 1966). 
Shinji Yuasa, iM.D., Ph.D., Research Fellow in Surgery (through 

April 30, 1967). 
Robert M. Zollinger, Jr., M.D., Research Fellow in Surgery 

(through March 31, 1967). 
Walter Zuckerman, M.D., Research Fellow in Surgery. 
Falke W. Zuschneid, M.D., Research Fellow in Surgery (from 

December 1, 1966). 
Raphael Adar, M.B., Ch.B., Teaching Fellow in Surgery. 
Jerald S. Brodkey, A4.D., Teaching Fellow in Surgery. 
Bennie Bub, A4.B., Ch.B., Teaching Fellow in Surgery (through 

December 31, 1966). 
Howard F. Carpenter, Jr., M.D., Teaching Fellow in Surgery 

(September 1, 1966 through October 31, 1966). 
Willard M. Daggett, M.D., Teaching Fellow in Surgery (from 

January 1, 1967). 
Yechiel D. Heilbronn, M.D., Teaching Fellow in Surgery 

(through December 31, 1966). 
Edward L. Katz, M.D., Teaching Fellow in Surgery. 

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Raphael H. Levey, M.D., Teaching Fellow in Surgery (from 
January i, 1967). 

Roger V. Moseley, M.D., Teaching Fellow in Surgery. 

Eldred D. Mundth, M.D., Teaching Fellow in Surgery. 

Franklin S. Nelson, M.D., Teaching Fellow in Surgery (No- 
vember 1, 1966 through December 31, 1966). 

Joseph T. Ostroski, M.D., Teaching Fellow in Surgery (Janu- 
ary 1, 1967 through February 28, 1967). 

Richard M. Parker, M.D., Teaching Fellow in Surgery (from 
January 1, 1967). 

Louis F. Plzak, M.D., Arthur Tracy Cabot Teaching Fellow in 
Surgery. 

Geoffrey A. Talbot, A4.D., Teaching Fellow in Surgery 
(through December 31, 1966). 

David S. Trump, A4.D., Teaching Fellow in Surgery. 

Required Courses 

Instruction will be given by amphitheatre clinics, lectures, and con- 
ferences, together with section teaching in the wards and out-patient 
departments of the hospitals and in the surgical research laboratories. 

Surgery. Second Year. — The course is designed to correlate 
preclinical sciences with the basic principles underlying the surgical 
management of injury and disease. The Department of Surgery joins 
with the Department of Medicine in a series of exercises in physical 
diagnosis and laboratory medicine to offer unified instruction in case 
taking. Practical exercises are offered that introduce the student to 
basic surgical techniques. 

Surgery. Introduction to the Clinic. — This new program, con- 
ducted on a twelve-week basis is considered as a unit, with approxi- 
mately one third of the total time devoted to surgical instruction, 
one third to internal medicine, and one third to the various special 
interests in both medicine and surgery. During the course of surgery, 
intensive instruction in surgical disease, surgical pathology, surgical 
treatment and surgical techniques is given at the B.I.H., B.C.H., 
M.G.H., and P.B.B.H. 

Surgery. Principal Clinical Year. — In the new curriculum a twelve 
month clinical year is divided into four three month periods. For 

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each student one of these periods will be devoted to surgery at the 
Beth Israel Hospital, the Boston City Hospital, the Massachusetts 
General Hospital or the Peter Bent Brigham Hospital. Certain surgi- 
cal specialty interests are included in the surgery quadrimester, such 
as Urology, Anaesthesia and Neurosurgery as well as Outpatient and 
Emergency Ward experience. Other surgical interests and special 
areas such as Orthopedics, Otolaryngology and Ophthalmology are 
included in another quadrimester. 

SECOND YEAR HOURS 

Section work, case taking, lectures, and demonstrations on the 
physical diagnosis of surgical disease in conjunction with the 
Department of Medicine. Drs. Silen, McDermott, Moore, 
Russell, and Associates. B.I.H., B.C.H., M.G.H., and 
P.B.B.H. Each student has twenty-four exercises. 84 

INTRODUCTION TO THE CLINIC 

Exercises in sections in the wards and outpatient departments at 
the B.I.H., B.C.H, M.G.H., and P.B.B.H. 121 

PRINCIPAL CLINICAL YEAR 

Clinical Clerkship: B.I.H. (Dr. Silen and Associates); B.C.H. 
(Dr. McDermott and Associates); M.G.H. (Dr. Russell 
and Associates); P.B.B.H. (Dr. Moore and Associates). 480 



Fourth Year Elective Courses * 

A wide range of special opportunities is made available in the various 
surgical departments for additional clinical experience and for partic- 
ipation in programs of laboratory investigation related to current 
surgical problems (see below). 

BLOCK COURSES 

50 1 M. Clinical Surgery. Dr. McDermott and Associates. 
502M. Children's Surgery. Dr. Gross and Associates. (Same course as 
Pediatrics 527M.) 

* See A Schedule of Fourth Year Elective Courses 1966-1967 for addi- 
tional information. 

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504M. Clinical Application of Surgical Biology. Dr. Russell and Asso- 
ciates. 

505M. Emergency Care — Surgical and Medical. Drs. Wilkins and Bird. 

506M. Infectious Disease: Surgical Infection. Dr. Burke and Associates. 

507M. Endocrinology with Special Reference to the Ovary. Drs. Ulfelder, 
G. S. Richardson, McArthur, and Scully. (Same course as Obstet- 
rics and Gynecology 513M.) 

508M. Pulmonary I. Chronic Chest Disease: Medical and Surgical Aspects. 
Drs. Scannell and Bird. 

509M. Pulmonary II. Management of Acute and Chronic Respiratory In- 
sufficiency. Dr. Pontoppidan and Associates. 

510M. Cardiovascular Physiology. Dr. W. G. Austen. 

511M. Cardiac Surgery. Drs. Scannell and W. G. Austen. 

512M. Management of the Patient for Anesthesia and Surgery. Drs. 
Beecher, Todd, and Associates. 

513M. Pediatric Surgery. Dr. Hendren. (Sa?ne course as Pediatrics 52 jM.) 

514M. Advanced Surgery. Dr. R. Warren and Associates. 

515AI. Plastic and Transplantation Surgery. Dr. J. E. Murray and Asso- 
ciates. 

516M. General and Emergency Surgery. Dr. F. D. Moore and Staff. 

517M. Urology. Dr. J. H. Harrison and Associates. 

518M. Tumors and Cancer. Drs. Botsford, R. E. Wilson and Associates. 

519M. Neurosurgery. Dr. jMatson and Associates. 

520M. Peripheral Vascular Surgery. Dr. Crane and Associates. 

5211M. Anesthesia. Dr. Vandam and Associates. 

522M. Cardiac Surgery. Dr. Harken and Associates. 

523M. Spinal Cord Injury. Dr. H. S. Talbot and Associates. 

524M. Comprehensive Gynecology. Dr. S. Sturgis. (Same course as Ob- 
stetrics and Gynecology $uM.) 

525M. Advanced Clinical Surgery. Dr. Silen and Associates. 

526M. Thoracic Surgery. Dr. H. A. Frank. 

527M. Peripheral Vascular Surgery. Dr. E. D. Frank. 

528M. Clinical Studies of Antibiotic Therapy. Dr. A. M. Rutenberg. 

529M. Neurosurgery. Dr. Sweet and Associates. 

530M. Clinical Gastrointestinal Disease. Dr. J. R. Brooks. 

53 iM. Ambulatory Surgery. Drs. Behringer, Wilkins, and Associates. 

532M. Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. Drs. Cannon and Constable. 

53 3M. Clinical Surgery. Dr. Rodkey. 

BLOCK COURSES — RESEARCH 

801. Research Experience. Drs. McDermott, Mark, Osborne, Pikula, M. 
Brown, H. Brown, and Associates. 

802. Surgical Biology — Research Methods. Dr. Russell and Associates. 

803. Cardio-Respiratory Physiology. Dr. Bendixen and Associates. 

804. Psychopharmacology. Drs. Beecher, G. M. Smith, and Anliker. 

805. Blood Gas and Acid-Base Chemistry. Dr. Laver and Associates. 

806. Surgical Study and Care; Surgical Metabolism. Dr. F. D. Moore. 

807. Surgical Investigation. Dr. J. E. Murray. 

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808. Surgical Investigation. Dr. R. E. Wilson. 

809. Surgical Investigation. Dr. W. H. Pearlman. {Same course as 
Biological Chemistry 826). 

810. Surgical Investigation. Dr. Couch. 

811. Surgical Investigation. Dr. A. P. Morgan. 

812. Surgical Investigation. Dr. Walter. 

813. Surgical Investigation. Dr. Vandam. 

814. Surgical Investigation. Dr. H. B. Wheeler. 

815. Pathophysiology of Liver and Gastrointestinal Disease. Drs. Davidson, 
McDermott, Zamcheck, and Associates. {Same course as Medicine 
816 and Pathology 806). 

816. Surgical Research. Dr. Silen. 

817. Surgical Research. Dr. H. A. Frank. 

818. Surgical Research. Dr. E. D. Frank. 

819. Surgical Research. Dr. A. M. Rutenburg. 

820. Surgical Research. Dr. Rosoff. 

821. Surgical Research. Dr. J. A. Williams. 

822. Surgical Research. Dr. Lambert. 

823. Surgical Research. Dr. Ashford. 

824. Surgical Research. Dr. E. E. Smith. 

825. Basic Sciences of Neurosurgery. Drs. Sweet, Ames, Ballantine, 
Brownell, Bullivant, Ervin, Garcia, Kjellberg, Lele, Ojemann, 
Soloway, Wright, and Associates. 

826. Surgical Biology: Organ Regeneration. Dr. Malt. 

827. Surgical Investigation. Dr. McKhann. 

828. Research in Wound Healing. Dr. Grillo. 

829. Surgical Research. Dr. Skillman. 

830. Cancer Research Using Tissue and Organ Culture. Dr. Folkman. 

LONGITUDINAL COURSES 

703. Clinical and Investigative Gastroenterology. Dr. Osborne and Asso- 
ciates, Dr. Zamchek and Associates. {Same course as Medicine 7/j.) 

704. Pediatric Urologic Problems. Dr. Perlmutter. {Same course as Pedi- 
atrics jo 1.) 

706. Trauma. Drs. Moore, W. T. Green, Banks, Quigley, Matson, Har- 
rison, Vandam, and Morgan. {Sa??ie course as Orthopedic Surgery 
70/.) 

707. Surgical Biology. Dr. Russell and Associates. 



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Interdepartmental and Special Courses 
Fourth Year Elective Courses * 

BLOCK COURSES 

602 M. Biology of Malignant Disease. Drs. Raker, Farber, Lisco, Zamec- 

nik, Hiatt, Kohn, and Associates. 
604M. Ambulatory Medicine. Drs. Stoeckle, J. E. Connelly, Sidel, Duhl, 

and Knowles. 
605 M. Experimental Biology of Oncolytic and Immunosuppressive Agents. 

Dr. Farber and Associates. 

longitudinal courses 

751. Clinical Pharmacology of Oncolytic and Immunosuppressive Agents. 
Drs. Farber, Hall, and Associates. 

752. Metabolic Consequences of Neoplasia in Man. Drs. Hall, Thorn, 
Farber, and Associates. 

75 3 M. Family Health Care Program. Drs. Alpert, Bullard, Sidel, Robbins, 

and Associates. 
754. Clinical Pharmacology. Dr. Hall and Associates. 

* See A Schedule of Fourth Year Elective Courses 1966-1967 for addi- 
tional information. 



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Tropical Public Health 

This course is given by the following members of the Faculty 
of the Harvard School of Public Health. 

Thomas H. Weller, M.D., LL.D., Richard Pearson Strong Pro- 
fessor of Tropical Public Health, and Head of the Depart- 
ment. 

Franklin A. Neva, M.D., John La Porte Given Professor of 
Tropical Public Health. 

Eli Chernin, S.D., Associate Professor of Tropical Public Health. 

Thomas E. Frothingham, M.D., Associate Professor of Tropical 
Public Health. 

Edward H. Michelson, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Tropical 
Public Health. 

Steve C. Pan, M.D., M.P.H., Assistant Professor of Tropical 
Public Health. 

Andrew Spielman, S.D., Assistant Professor of Tropical Public 
Health. 



Required Course 

Parasitology A. Second Year. — The important helminth and 
protozoan parasites of man are considered with reference to their 
geographic distribution, identification, mode of transmission, patho- 
genesis, immune reactions and methods for prevention and control. 
Clinical aspects and chemotherapy of parasitic diseases are discussed. 
Emphasis is given to methods of laboratory diagnosis. 



second year hours 

Lectures, demonstrations, and laboratory work. Dr. Weller and 
Staff. Monday, Wednesday, and Friday afternoons, January 
and February 41 

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Elective mid Voluntary Courses 

Courses offered by the Department of Tropical Public Health in 
the School of Public Health are open, as electives, to medical stu- 
dents. The research facilities of the Department are available for 
elective work by qualified students, and opportunities for experience 
in tropical areas may be arranged. (See also page 277). 



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School of Public Health 

The courses listed below are given by members of the Faculty of 
the School of Public Health and are offered as elective courses to 
members of the fourth year class of the Medical School. 



Fourth Year Elective Cours 



Si 



BLOCK COURSES — RESEARCH 

80 1. Laboratory Research on Agents and Animal Hosts of Infectious 
Diseases. Dr. Weller and Associates. 

802. Field Training in the Tropics. Drs. Weller and Frothingham. 

803. Respiratory and Environmental Physiology. Drs. Whittenberger, 
Mead, and Associates. 

804. Research in Epidemiology. Dr. MacMahon. 

LONGITUDINAL COURSES 

701. Statistical Methods in Research. Drs. Reed and Worcester. (Scmie 
course as Biostatistics 2 c,d., S.P.H.) 

702. Epidemiology of Non-Infectious Disease. Dr. MacMahon. (Same 
course as Epidemiology 2 c,d., S.P.H.) 

703. Human Heredity. Dr. Hutchinson. (Same course as Epidemiology 
4 c,d., S.P.H.) 

704. Current Research in Microbiology. Dr. Snyder. (Same course as 
Microbiology 2d, S.P.H.) 

705. Public Health Laboratory Procedures. Dr. Murray and Associates. 
(Same course as Microbiology //c, S.P.H.) 

706. Rickettsial and Viral Diseases of Public Health Importance. Dr. 
Chang and Associates. (Same course as Microbiology 13d, S.P.H.) 

707. Special Topics in Respiratory Physiology. Dr. Mead and Associates. 
(Same course as Physiology 4d, S.P.H.) 

708. Radiation Biology. Dr. Little. (Same course as Physiology jc,d, 
S.P.H). 

709. Problems in Tropical Health. Dr. Weller and Guest Lecturers. 
(Same course as Tropical Public Health 3d, S.P.H.) 

710. Laboratory Technics in Parasitology. Dr. Pan. (Sa?ne course as 
Tropical Public Health jc, S.P.H.) 

711. Introduction to Molluscs of Public Health Importance. Dr. Michel- 
son. (Same course as Tropical Public Health Sd, S.P.H.) 

* See A Schedule of Fourth Year Elective Courses 1966-1967 for addi- 
tional information. 

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712. Introduction to Medical Entomology. Dr. Spielman. (Same course 
as Tropical Public Health 9d, S.P.H.) 

713. Clinical and Pathologic Features of Tropical Diseases. Drs. Neva and 
von Lichtenberg. {Same course as Tropical Public Health 10c, S.P.H.) 

714. Tuberculosis. Dr. D. Koch-Weser and Miss Campbell. {Same course 
as Microbiology and Tropical Public Health 40c, S.P.H.) 

715. Nutritional Aspects of Human Disease. Dr. Stare and Staff. (Same 
course as Nutrition 40c,d, S.P.H.) 



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DEGREES CONFERRED 

On June 16, 1966, One Hundred Forty-one Degrees were 
Conferred as Follows: 

M.D. 

Carlton Manville Akins, a.b. 1962. 

Eugene Leonard Appel, b.m.e. {Cornell Univ.) 1962. 

Abraham Aronow, s.b. {Massachusetts Inst, of Technology) 1962, 

b.med.sci. {Dartmouth Coll.) 1964. 
Dennis Jerry Bauman, a.b. {Willia??is Coll.) 1962. 
Russell Sloan Bell, a.b. {Princeton Univ.) 1961. 
David Benjamin Bergman, a.b. {Dartmouth Coll.) 1962, b.med.sci. 

{ibid.) 1964. 
Jane Elizabeth Bradley, a.b. {Bryn Mavjr Coll.) 1962. 
Richard Frank Branda, s.b. {Univ. of Wisconsin) 1962. 
Clara Jane Breeden, a.b. {Sta?iford Univ.) 1962. 
Bruce Jeffrey Brener, a.b. {Yale Univ.) 1962. 
Stephen Morris Brown, a.b. {Princeton Univ.) 1961. 
Jack Calvin Bunn, a.b. {Duke Univ.) 1959. 
William Michael Carleton, a.b. {Yale Univ.) 1962. 
Brian Catlin, a.b. 1961, b.med.sci. {Dartmouth Coll.) 1964. 
Roger Lawton Christian, a.b. (Middle bury Coll.) 1961, b.med.sci. 

{Dartmouth Coll.) 1963. 
Robert James Cihak, a.b. {Univ. of Notre Dame) 1962. 
Roger Wells Clapp, a.b. {Dartmouth Coll.) 1963, b.med.sci. {ibid.) 

1964. 
Gerald Byer Colman, s.b. {Tufts Univ.) 1962, b.med.sci. {Dartmouth 

Coll.) 1964. 
Richard Nathan Edelson, a.b. {Dart?nouth Coll.) 1963, b.med.sci. 

{ibid.) 1964. 
Kenneth Herbert Falchuk, a.b. {Dartmouth Coll.) 1962, b.med.sci. 

{ibid.) 1963. 
John Vincent Federico, a.b. 1962, b.med.sci. {Dartmouth Coll.) 1964. 
Frederick James Finseth, a.b. {Stanford Univ.) 1962. 
Robert Hillman Fletcher, a.b. {Wesley an Univ.) 1962. 
Suzanne Estelle Wright Fletcher, a.b. {Sivarthmore Coll.) 1962. 

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Howard James Fox, a.b. {Dartmouth Coll.) 1963, b.med.sci. (ibid.) 

1964. 
Ronald Barton Garren, a.b. (Dartmouth Coll.) 1963, b.med.sci. (ibid.) 

1964. 
Thomas Clement Gettelfinger, s.b. (Univ. of Notre Dame) 1962. 
David Pollock Gilmour, s.b. (Davidson Coll.) 1962. 
Jonathan Glass, s.b. (Massachusetts Inst, of Technology) 1962. 
James Harold Gordon, a.b. {Williams Coll.) 1962. 
Jeffrey Arnold Gottlieb, a.b. (Amherst Coll.) 1962. 
Timothy Edward Guiney, s.b. (Boston Coll.) 1961. 
Richard Jackson Hannah, a.b. (Dartmouth Coll.) 1962. 
George Lynn Hardman, a.b. 1962. 
Ned Richard Harley, a.b. (Dartmouth Coll.) 1963, b.med.sci. (ibid.) 

1964. 
Harold Berton Hawkins, b.med.sci. (Dartmouth Coll.) 1964. 
Victor Rostislav Hrehorovich, a.b. 1962. 
Edward Francis Xavier Hughes, a.b. (Amherst Coll.) 1962. 
Frederic William Ilfeld, Jr., a.b. (Yale Univ.) 1962. 
Edward Ellis Jacobs, Jr., a.b. (Princeton Univ.) 1962. 
Herbert Clement Jurgeleit, a.b. (Yale Univ.) 1962. 
Richard Harvey Kaldor, s.b. in med. (Univ. of North Dakota) 1964. 
Jay Henry Kaufman, a.b. (Princeton Univ.) 1962. 
Richard Emil Knab, a.b. (Coll. of the Holy Cross) 1962, b.med.sci. 

(Dartmouth Coll.) 1964. 
Herbert John Koops, s.b. (U.S. Military Academy) 1957. 
James Mark Krainin, a.b. 1962. 
David Alan Krant, a.b. 1962. 

Joan Marie Leary, a.b. (Mount Holyoke Coll.) 1962. 
Melvin David Levine, a.b. (Br oven Univ.) 1961. 
Norman Steven Levine, a.b. (Princeton Univ.) 1962. 
Steven Ralph Levisohn, a.b. 1962. 
Donald Earl Loew, a.b. (Brown Univ.) 1959, b.med.sci. (Dartmouth 

Coll) 1964. 
John Marten Ludden, a.b. 1962. 
John Eugene McGillicuddy, s.b. (Coll. of the Holy Cross) 1962, 

b.med.sci. (Dartmouth Coll.) 1964. 
Thomas Kevin McInerny, a.b. (Dartmouth Coll.) 1963, b.med.sci. 

(ibid.) 1964. 
Lyle Joseph Micheli, a.b. 1962. 

280 



DEGREES CONFERRED 

Roberta Mohit, a.b. {Cornell Univ.) 1962. 

Hooshang Nasr, a.b. {Yale Univ.) 1962. 

George Duane Olsen, a.b. {Dartmouth Coll.) 1962, b.med.sci. {ibid.) 

1964. 
Robert Leo Owen, a.b. {Univ. of Oklahoma) 1962. 
Douglas DeFrees Payne, a.b., 1962. 

Anne Louise Rassiga Pidot, a.b. {Bryn Mawr Coll.) 1962. 
Michael Boehmer Pine, a.b. (Brandeis Univ.) 1962. 
Robert Donald Pipkin, s.b. in chem. {Regis Coll.) 1962, a.b. {ibid.) 

1962. 
Thomas Allen Poole, a.b. {Univ. of Yennsylvania) 1962. 
Elliot David Pragkr, a.b. (Dartmouth Coll.) 1962, b.med.sci. (ibid.) 

1964. 
Jon Michael Reckler, a.b. 1962. 
Michael Allan Rie, a.b. (Dartmouth Coll.) 1963, b.med.sci. (ibid.) 

1964. 
John Louis Roglieri, a.b. (Lehigh Univ.) i960, s.b. in ch.e. (ibid.) 

i960. 
Logan Herbert Roots, a.b. (Hamilton Coll.) 1961. 
Richard Bernard Rothenberg, a.b. (Columbia Univ.) 1962. 
David Edward Scharff, a.b. (Yale Univ.) 1962. 
Joseph Francis Scholand, a.b. (St. Jofm Fisher Coll.) 1962. 
John Williams Schott, a.b. (Johns Hopkins Univ.) 1962. 
William Upjohn Shipley, a.b. (Yale Univ.) 1962. 
Jay Barry Shumaker, a.b. (Dartmouth Coll.) 1963, b.med.sci. (ibid.) 

1964. 
Robert Charles Siegel, a.b. (Frinceton Univ.) 1962. 
Robert Lewis Sigman, a.b. (Hobart Coll.) 1962, b.med.sci. (Dart- 
mouth Coll.) 1964. 
Richard Wilbur Smith, a.b. 1962. 
John Eric Stevenson, a.b. (St. Olaf Coll.) 1962. 
Steven Roger Strong, s.b. (Union Coll.) 1962. 
Phillip George Stubblefield, a.b. 1962. 
Andrew Suian On Sun, s.b. (Univ. of California) 1961. 
Ralph Coburn Sweetland, a.b. 1962. 
Chester Parker Swett, Jr., s.b. (Denison Univ.) 1961. 
Paul Torop, a.b. (Yale Univ.) 1962. 

Joan Wingate Lamb Ullyot, a.b. (Wellesley Coll.) 1961. 
David Howe Wegman, a.b. (Sivarthmore Coll.) 1963. 

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Michael Samuel Weiner, a.b. 1962. 

George Franklin Welsh, a.b. (Carleton Coll.) 1962, s.b. in med. 

(Univ. of North Dakota) 1964. 
Ernest Alfred Weymuller, Jr., a.b. (Dartmouth Coll.) 1962, b.med. 

sci. (ibid.) 1964. 
Paul Ira Winig, a.b. 1962. 
Dean Francis Young, a.b. (Kenyon Coll.) 1962. 

M.D. cum laude for Thesis in a Special Field 
Robert Burns Gunn, s.b. (Univ. of Michigan) 1961. 
Barbara Joyce McNeil, a.b. (Emmanuel Coll.) 1962. 
John Mills, 5 rii, s.b. (Univ. of Chicago) 1961. 

M.D. cum laude 

Alan Robert Baker, a.b. (Boivdoin Coll.) 1962. 

Philip Ross Boulter, a.b. (Boivdoin Coll.) 1962, b.med. so. (Dart- 
mouth Coll.) 1964. 

Irwin Allan Buchwald, a.b. (Amherst Coll.) 1962. 

Edwin Hughes Cassem, a.b. (St. Louis Univ.) 1959, ph.l. (ibid.) i960, 
a.m. (ibid.) 1 96 1. 

Robert Morehead Crowell, a.b. (Princeton Univ.) 1962. 

Bruce St. John Cutler, a.b. (Frinceton Univ.) 1962. 

David Chandler Dale, s.b. (Carson-N evoman Coll.) 1962. 

Mahlon Robert DeLong, a.b. (Stanford Univ.) 1961. 

Richard Safir Galin, a.b. (Univ. of Wisconsin) 1962. 

Myron David Ginsberg, a.b. (Wesley an Univ.) 1961. 

Thomas Harter Bachrach Glick, a.b. 1961. 

Thomas Carl Goldman, a.b. (Cornell Univ.) 1962. 

Chakles Joseph Hatem, s.b. (Boston Coll.) 1962. 

Michael Lee Kern, a.b. (Yale Univ.) 1962. 

Lorrin Michael Koran, a.b. 1962. 

Michael Franklin Marmor, a.b. 1962. 

Neil Scott McNutt, s.b. (Univ. of Arizona) 1961, s.m. (ibid.) 1962. 

George Emanuel Mendelsohn, a.b. 1962. 

Robert Peter Mogielnicki, a.b. (Cornell Univ.) 1962. 

Thomas Patrick Charles Monath, a.b. 1962. 

Ross Francis Neisuler, a.b. 1962. 

Scott Haviland Nelson, a.b. (Yale Univ.) 1962. 

Mark Edward Oren, a.b. (Cornell Univ.) 1962. 

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DEGREES CONFERRED 

Theodore Paul Pincus, a.b. {Columbia Univ.) 1961. 

Stephen Proskauer, a.b. 1962. 

Kent Ravenscroft, Jr., a.b. {Yale Univ.) 1962. 

Loren Henry Roth, a.b. {Cornell Univ.) 1961. 

Robert Harold Rubin, a.b. {Williams Coll.) 1962. 

Stephen Carl Schoenbaum, a.b. (Svoarthmore Coll.) 1962. 

Joseph Daniel Schulman, a.b. {Brooklyn Coll.) 1962. 

Harold Carleton Sox, Jr., s.b. {Stanford Univ.) 1961. 

Alfred David Steinberg, a.b. {Princeton Univ.) 1962. 

Phillip Harding Taylor, a.b. {Dartmouth Coll.) 1963, b.med.sci. 

(ibid.) 1964. 
Louis Evan Teichiiolz, a.b. 1962. 

Robert Laurence Trelstad, a.b. {Columbia Univ.) 1961. 
Bruce Dale Weintraub, a.b. (Princeton Univ.) 1962. 
William Costin "Wood, s.b. (Wheaton Coll.) 1962. 

M.D. magna cum laude for Thesis in a Special Field 
Robert Arthur Greenes, a.b. (Univ. of Michigan) 1962. 
Samuel Stroker, a.ij. (Columbia Univ.) 1961. 

M.D. magna cum laude 
Laurence Holland Beck, a.b. (Amherst Coll.) 1962. 
Gilbert Harlan Daniels, s.b. (Yale Univ.) 1962. 
Joel Paul Friedman, a.b. {Princeton Univ.) 1962. 
Edward Joseph Goetzl, a.b. (Amherst Coll.) 1962. 
Gilman Drew Grave, a.b. 1962. 
Edward Jay Pollock, a.b. (Northwestern Univ.) 1961. 

On March 13, 1967, One Degree was 
Conferred as Follows: 
William Alexander, a.b. (Brandeis Univ.) 1962. 



283 



INTERNSHIPS 
CLASS OF JUNE 1966 

Unless otherwise noted all internships started July 1, 1966 
for one year. 

Name Hospital {and location) Service 

Akins, Carlton M. St. Paul-Ramsey Hospital, St. Paul, 

Minnesota Rotating 

Alexander, William Mount Zion Hospital and Medical 

Center, San Francisco, California Mixed 

Appel, Eugene L. Presbyterian Hospital, New York, 

New York Surgery 

Aronow, Abraham Belle vue Hospital Center (New 
York University Service), New 
York, New York Medicine 

Baker, Alan R. Peter Bent Brigham Hospital, Bos- 

ton Surgery 

Bauman, Dennis J. University of Utah Affiliated Hos- 
pitals, Salt Lake City, Utah Mixed 

Beck, Laurence H. Massachusetts General Hospital, 

Boston Medicine 

Bell, Russell S. King Countv Hospital, Seattle, 

Washington Rotating 

Bergman, David B. Bronx Municipal Hospital Center, 

New York, New York Mixed 

Boulter, Philip R. Boston City Hospital (Harvard 

Service), Boston Medicine 

Bradley, Jane E. University of Virginia Hospital, 

Charlottesville, Virginia A^edicine 

Branda, Richard F. University of Minnesota Hospitals, 

Minneapolis, Minnesota Medicine 

Breeden, C. Jane University of California Hospitals, 

San Francisco, California Medicine 

Brener, Bruce J. Peter Bent Brigham Hospital, Bos- 

ton Surgery 

Brown, Stephen M. Bronx Municipal Hospital Center, 

New York, New York Pediatrics 

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INTERNSHIPS 

Name Hospital (and location) Service 

Buchwald, Irwin A. Bronx Municipal Hospital Center, 

New York, New York Medicine 

Bunn, Jack C. Grady Memorial Hospital, Atlan- 

ta, Georgia Medicine 

Carleton, Wil- Beth Israel Hospital, Boston 

liam M. Medicine 

Cassem, Ned H. Bronx Municipal Hospital Center, 

New York, New York Medicine 

Catlin, Brian Boston City Hospital (Harvard 

Service), Boston Surgery 

Christian, Roger L. Peter Bent Brigham Hospital, Bos- 
ton Surgery 

Cihak, Robert J. Palo Alto-Stanford University 

Hospital Center, Palo Alto, Cali- 
fornia Surgerv 

Clapp, Roger W. Mount Sinai Hospital of Cleve- 
land, Cleveland, Ohio Rotating 

Colman, Gerald B. Medical College of Virginia, Rich- 
mond, Virginia Surgery 

Crowell, Robert M. Massachusetts General Hospital, 

Boston Surgerv 

Cutler, Bruce S. Massachusetts General Hospital, 

Boston Surgery 

Dale, David C. Massachusetts General Hospital, 

Boston Medicine 

Daniels, Gilbert H. Massachusetts General Hospital, 

Boston Medicine 

DeLong, Mahlon R. Boston City Hospital (Harvard 

Service), Boston Medicine 

Edelson, Richard Presbyterian-St. Luke's Hospital, 

N. Chicago, Illinois Medicine 

Falchuk, Kenneth Peter Bent Brigham Hospital, Bos- 

H. ton Medicine 

Federico, John V. Yale-New Haven Medical Center, 

New Haven, Connecticut Pediatrics 

Finseth, Frederick J. Massachusetts General Hospital, 

Boston Surgery 

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Name Hospital {and location) Service 

Fletcher, Robert H. Stanford University Affiliated Hos- 
pitals, Palo Alto, California Medicine 

Fletcher, Suzanne Stanford University Affiliated Hos- 

E. W. pitals, Palo Alto, California Medicine 

Fox, Howard J. University of Colorado Medical 

Center, Denver, Colorado Surgery 

Friedman, Joel P. Peter Bent Rrigham Hospital, Bos- 
ton Medicine 

Galin, Richard S. University of California Hospital, 

Los Angeles, California Medicine 

Garren, Ronald B. Bellevue Hospital Center (Colum- 
bia Service), New York, New 
York Mixed 

Gettelfinger, Thorn- King County Hospital, Seattle, 
as C. Washington . Rotating 

Gilmour, David P. Boston City Hospital (Harvard 

Service), Boston Medicine 

Ginsberg, Myron Boston City Hospital (Harvard 
D. Service), Boston Medicine 

Glass, Jonathan Hospital of the University of Penn- 

sylvania, Philadelphia, Pennsyl- 
vania Medicine 

Glick, Thomas H. Presbyterian Hospital, New York, 

B. New York Medicine 
Goetzl, Edward J. Peter Bent Brigham Hospital, Bos- 
ton Medicine 

Goldman, Thomas University of Chicago Hospitals 

C. and Clinics, Chicago, Illinois Medicine 
Gordon, James H. Duke Hospital, Durham, North 

Carolina Medicine 

Gottlieb, Jeffrey A. Barnes Hospital, St. Louis, Mis- 
souri Medicine 

Grave, Gilman D. Massachusetts General Hospital, 

Boston Medicine 

Greenes, Robert A. Graduate Study in Computer Sci- 
ence Medicine 

Guiney, Timothy E. Duke Hospital, Durham, North 

Carolina Medicine 

286 



INTERNSHIPS 

Name Hospital {and location) Service 

Gunn, Robert B. Beth Israel Hospital, Boston Medicine 

Hannah, Richard J. Vanderbilt University Hospital, 

Nashville, Tennessee Medicine 

Hardman, George Vanderbilt University Hospital, 
L. Nashville, Tennessee Pediatrics 

Harley, Ned R. Mount Zion Hospital and Medical 

Center, San Francisco, California Mixed 

Hatem, Charles J. Boston City Hospital (Harvard 

Service), Boston Medicine 

Hawkins, Harold B. Palo Alto-Stanford University 
Hospital Center, Palo Alto, Cali- 
fornia Surgery 

Hrehorovich, Vic- Bellevue Hospital Center (Cornell 

tor R. Service), New York, New York Medicine 

Hughes, Edward F. Presbyterian Hospital, New York, 
X. New York Surgery 

Ilfeld, Frederic W., San Francisco General Hospital, 
Jr. San Francisco, California Rotating 

Jacobs, Edward E., Massachusetts General Hospital, 

Jr. Boston Surgery 

Jurgeleit, H. Clem- University Hospital, Ann Arbor, 

ent Michigan Surgery 

Kaldor, Richard H. St. Paul-Ramsey Hospital, St. Paul, 

Minnesota Rotating 

Kaufman, Jay H. Medical College of Virginia, Rich- 
mond, Virginia Surgery 

Kern, Michael L. Los Angeles County General Hos- 
pital, Los Angeles, California Rotating 

Knab, Richard E. Boston City Hospital (Harvard 

Service), Boston Surgery 

Koops, Herbert J. Peter Bent Brigham Hospital, Bos- 
ton Surgery 

Koran, Lorrin M. University of California Hospital, 

Los Angeles, California Medicine 

Krainin, James M. Jewish Hospital of St. Louis, St. 

Louis, Missouri Medicine 

Krant, David A. University of Minnesota Hospitals, 

Minneapolis, Minnesota Surgery 

t% 1 



HARVARD MEDICAL SCHOOL 

Name Hospital {and location) Service 

Leary, Joan M. Yale-New Haven Medical Center, 

New Haven, Connecticut Pediatrics 

Levine, Melvin D. Children's Hospital Medical Cen- 
ter, Boston Pediatrics 

Levine, Norman S. Medical College of Virginia, Rich- 
mond, Virginia Surgery 

Levisohn, Steven R. Jewish Hospital of St. Louis, St. 

Louis, Missouri Medicine 

Loew, Donald E. University Hospitals of Cleveland, 

Cleveland, Ohio Medicine 

Ludden, John M. University Hospital, Seattle, Wash- 
ington Medicine 

McGillicuddy, John Medical College of Virginia, Rich- 
E. mond, Virginia Surgery 

Mclnerny, Thomas Cincinnati General Hospital, Cin- 

K. cinnati, Ohio Pediatrics 

McNeil, Barbara J. Massachusetts General Hospital, 

Boston Pediatrics 

McNutt, N. Scott Harvard Medical School, Boston Anatomy 

Marmor, Michael F. University of California Hospital, 

Los Angeles, California Medicine 

Mendelsohn, Boston City Hospital (Harvard 

George E. Service), Boston Medicine 

Micheli, Lyle J. University Hospitals of Cleveland, 

Cleveland, Ohio Surgery 

Mills, John Boston City Hospital (Harvard 

Service), Boston Medicine 

Mogielnicki, R. Massachusetts General Hospital, 

Peter Boston Medicine 

Mohit, Roberta H. Georgetown University Hospital, 

Washington, D.C. Medicine 

Monath, Thomas Peter Bent Brigham Hospital, Bos- 

P. C. ton Medicine 

Nasr, Hooshang Buffalo General Hospital, Buffalo, 

New York Medicine 

Neisuler, Ross F. Bellevue Hospital Center (Colum- 
bia Service), New York, New 
York Mixed 

288 



INTERNSHIPS 



Name 

Nelson, Scott H. 

Olsen, George D. 

Oren, Mark E. 
Owen, Robert L. 
Payne, Douglas D. 

Pidot, Anne L. R. 

Pincus, Theodore 

P. 
Pine, Michael B. 

Pipkin, Robert D. 

Pollock, Edward J. 

Poole, Thomas A. 

Prager, Elliot D. 

Proskauer, Stephen 

Ravenscroft, Kent, 

Jr. 
Reckler, Jon M. 

Rie, Michael A. 

Roglieri, John L. 

Roots, Logan H. 
Roth, Loren H. 



Hospital {and location) Service 

King County Hospital, Seattle, 
Washington Rotating 

University Hospitals of Cleveland, 
Cleveland, Ohio Medicine 

Beth Israel Hospital, Boston Medicine 

Beth Israel Hospital, Boston Medicine 

Strong Memorial Hospital, Roch- 
ester, New York Surgery 

Mary Hitchcock Memorial Hos- 
pital, Hanover, New Hampshire Rotating 

Massachusetts General Hospital, 
Boston Surgery 

Montefiore Hospital and Medical 

Center, New York, New York Mixed 

Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, 

Maryland Surgery 

Massachusetts General Hospital, 
Boston Medicine 

Buffalo General Hospital, Buffalo, 
New York Medicine 

Roosevelt Hospital, New York, 
New York Mixed 

DeGoesbriand Memorial Hospital, 
Burlington, Vermont Mixed 

Bronx Municipal Hospital Center, 

New York, New York Mixed 

University Hospitals of Cleveland, 
Cleveland, Ohio Surgery 

Presbyterian-St. Luke's Hospital, 

Chicago, Illinois Medicine 

Belle vue Hospital Center (Colum- 
bia Service), New York, New 
York Mixed 

King County Hospital, Seattle, 

Washington Rotating 

University Hospitals of Cleveland, 

Cleveland, Ohio Medicine 



289 



HARVARD MEDICAL SCHOOL 

Na?ne Hospital (and location) Service 

Rothenberg, Rich- Hospital of the University of 
ard B. Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Penn- 

sylvania Medicine 

Rubin, Robert H. Peter Bent Brigham Hospital, Bos- 
ton Medicine 

ScharfT, David E. New England Center Hospital, 

Boston Medicine 

Schoenbaum, Steph- University of Minnesota Hospitals, 

en C. Minneapolis, Minnesota Medicine 

Scholand, Joseph F. University Hospitals,. Columbus, 

Ohio Medicine 

Schott, John W. University of Minnesota Hospitals, 

Minneapolis, Minnesota Medicine 

Schulman, Joseph Massachusetts General Hospital, 
D. Boston Pediatrics 

Shipley, William U. Massachusetts General Hospital, 

Boston Surgery 

Shumaker, Jay B. Jewish Hospital of St. Louis, St. 

Louis, Missouri Medicine 

Siegel, Robert C. University of California Hospitals, 

San Francisco, California Medicine 

Sigman, Robert L. Boston City Hospital (Harvard 

Service), Boston Surgery 

Smith, Richard W. University of Minnesota Hospitals, 

Minneapolis, Minnesota Medicine 

Sox, Harold C, Jr. Massachusetts General Hospital, 

Boston Medicine 

Steinberg, Alfred Bronx Municipal Hospital Center, 
D. New York, New York Medicine 

Stevenson, John E. University of Minnesota Hospitals, 

Minneapolis, Minnesota Medicine 

Strober, Samuel Massachusetts General Hospital, 

Boston Medicine 

Strong, Steven R. Hennepin County General Hos- 
pital, Minneapolis, Minnesota Rotating 

Stubblefield, Phil- University Hospital, Ann Arbor, 

lip G. Michigan Surgery 

290 



INTERNSHIPS 

Name Hospital {and location) Service 

Sun, Andrew S. O. Presbyterian Medical Center, San 

Francisco, California Rotating 

Sweetland, Ralph C. Strong Memorial Hospital, Roch- 
ester, New York Surgery 

Swett, Chester P., Jr. Boston City Hospital (Harvard 

Service), Boston Surgery 

Taylor, Phillip H. Peter Bent Brigham Hospital, Bos- 
ton Surgery 

Teichholz, Louis E. Peter Bent Brigham Hospital, Bos- 
ton Medicine 

Torop, Paul Mount Zion Hospital and Medical 

Center, San Francisco, California Mixed 

Trelstad, Robert L. Massachusetts General Hospital, 

Boston Pathology 

Ullyot, Joan W. L. Beth Israel Hospital, Boston Pathology 

Wegman, David H. Cleveland Metropolitan General 

Hospital, Cleveland, Ohio Medicine 

Weiner, Michael S. Mount Auburn Hospital, Cam- 
bridge Mixed 

Weintraub, Bruce Peter Bent Brigham Hospital, Bos- 

D. ton Medicine 

Welsh, G. Franklin United States Air Force (Lackland 

AFB), San Antonio, Texas Rotating 

Weymuller, Ernest Vanderbilt University Hospital, 
A., Jr. Nashville, Tennessee Surgery 

Winig, Paul I. Medical College of Virginia, Rich- 

mond, Virginia Surgery 

Wood, William C. Massachusetts General Hospital, 

Boston Surgery 

Young, Dean F. University of Minnesota Hospitals, 

Minneapolis, Minnesota Medicine 

N.B. Where the name of the state is omitted, the state is Massa- 
chusetts. 



91 



MEDICAL SCHOOL STUDENTS 

(as of registration September 1966) 

Fourth Year Class ( 1 967 ) 

Aaron, Robert Steven, a.b. {Columbia Univ.) 1963. Teaneck, N.J. 

*Adelekan, Adetunji, s.b. (Ohio State Univ.) 1963, b. med. sci. (Dart- 
mouth Coll.) 1965. [Dartmouth Medical School]. Lagos, Nigeria 

Asher, John David, a.b. 1961. Ithaca, N.Y. 

Axelrod, Lloyd, a.b. (Frinceton Univ.) 1963. New York, N.Y. 

Bagley, Charles Miller, Jr., a.b. (Carleton Coll.) 1963. Duluth, Minn. 

Ballantine, Thomas Van Ness, a.b. (Frinceton Univ.) 1963. Boston 

*Bayard, Edward Quint, a.b. 1963, b. med. sci. (Dartmouth Coll.) 
1965. [Dartmouth Medical School]. Newton 

Berc, Kenneth Myles, a.b. (Colgate Univ.) 1963. Rosy In, N.Y. 

Bernet, Francis William, a.b. (Coll. of the Holy Cross) 1963. 

Marblehead 

Bissell, Dwight Montgomery, Jr., a.b. 1962. Saratoga, Calif. 

Bleiberg, Mona Louise, a.b. (Univ. of Chicago) 1963. Maplewood, N.J. 

Bonnar, James Millar, 3d, a.b. 1963 Middleboro 

Brauner, Gary Jules, a.b. (Yale Univ.) 1963. Fairfield, Conn. 

Bucknall, William Eric, a.b. (Univ. of Texas) 1963. Austin, Texas 

Burgess, Joan Tucker, a.b. (Oberlin Coll.) 1963. Warren, R.I. 

*Carolan, Robert Mills, a.b. (Coll. of the Holy Cross) 1963, b. med. 
sci. (Dartmouth Coll.) 1965. [Dartmouth Medical School]. 

Norwood 

Chesebro, Bruce Wilcox, s.b. (California Inst, of Technology) 1963. 

Los Angeles, Calif. 

*Christensen, William Ivor, a.b. 1963, b. med. sci. (Dartmouth Coll.) 
1965. [Dartmouth Medical School]. Denver, Colo. 

Chused, Judith Ann Fingert, a.b. (Wellesley Coll.) 1963. 

St. Louis, Mo. 

X Admitted on the basis of three years' college work. 
Transferred to the second year class. 
* Transferred to the third year class. 
t Degree conferred by Harvard University. 
+ Leave of absence first semester. 

n.b. Where the college name is omitted, the college is Harvard; where 
the state is omitted, the state is Massachusetts. 

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STUDENTS 

*Chused, Thomas Morton, a.b. 1962. [New York Univ. School of 
Medicine]. St. Louis, Mo. 

Conger, Seymour Beach, a.b. {Amherst Coll.) 1963. Pleasantville, N.Y. 

Daniel, Alan, a.b. {Amherst Coll.) 1963. New York, N.Y. 

Desser, Richard Kenneth, a.b. (Univ. of California, Berkeley) 1963. 

Chicago, 111. 

Diamond, Richard Donald, a.b. (Brooklyn Coll. of The City Univ. 
of New York) 1963. Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Dolin, Raphael, a.b. 1963. Allen Park, Mich. 

Donahue, Valentina Elizabeth Clark, a.b. (Barnard Coll.) 1962. 

Brooklyn, N.Y. 

Dorman, John Merrill, a.b. (Williams Coll.) 1963. Pittsfield 

Dorner, Douglas Bloom, a.b. (Amherst Coll.) 1963. Des Moines, Iowa 

*Dunham, Tom Robert, a.b. (Willa?nette Univ.) 1963, b. med. sci. 
(Dartmouth Coll.) 1965. [Dartmouth Medical School]. 

Salem, Oregon 

°Dushman, Miriam Bonita, a.b. (Barnard Coll.) 1959, s.m. (Massa- 
chusetts Inst, of Technology) 1964. [Columbia Univ. of Coll. of 
Physicians and Surgeons]. Bronx, N. Y. 

Eagleton, Lanie Earl, a.b. (Hamilton Coll.) 1963. Olney, III. 

Ellman, Leonard Lloyd, a.b. 1963. Brooklyn, N.Y. 

Erdmann, Albert John, 3d, a.b. 1963. New York, N.Y. 

*Falchuk, Zalman Myron, (Dartmouth Coll.) b. med. sci. (ibid.) 1965. 
[Dartmouth Medical School]. Maracay, Venezuela 

Finseth, Katherine Frances Alden, A.B.f (Radcliffe Coll.) 1963. 

Cleveland, Ohio 

*Fischer, John Robert, a.b. (Dartmouth Coll.) 1963, s.b. in med. (Univ. 
of North Dakota) 1965. [Univ. of North Dakota School of 
Medicine]. Minot, N. Dak. 

*Floyd, Richard Paul, a.b. (Middlebury Coll.) 1963, b. med. sci. 
(Dartmouth Coll.) 1965. [Dartmouth Medical School]. Weston 

Funkenstein, Herrman Harris, a.b. (Princeton Univ.) 1961; b.a. (Univ. 
of Oxford) 1963. Boston 

JGalton, Virginia Renee. (Univ. of Rochester) New York, N.Y. 

Gardner, Laurence Bernard, s.b. (Massachusetts Inst, of Technology) 
1963. Lynbrook, N.Y. 

*Garibaldi, Richard Alfred, a.b. 1963, b. med. sci. (Dart?nouth Coll.) 
1965. [Dartmouth Medical School]. West Roxbury 

Gelb, Lawrence David, s.b. (Univ of Michigan) 1963. Detroit, Mich. 

293 



HARVARD MEDICAL SCHOOL 

^ Goldsmith, Philip Lawrence, a.b. {Cornell Univ.) 1964. 

New York, N.Y. 

Goldstein, Stanton Philip, a.b. 1963. Ossining, N.Y. 

Gordon, James Samuel, a.b. 1962. New York, N.Y. 

Gorelick, Kenneth Paul, a.b. (Rutgers Univ.) 1962. Pater son, N.J. 

Greene, Andrew Frank, a.b. (A?nherst Coll.) 1963. Cincinnati, Ohio 

*Griffin, Walter Joseph, Jr., a.b. (Coll. of the Holy Cross) 1963, 
b. med. sci. (Dartmouth Coll.) 1965. [Dartmouth Medical 
School]. Worcester 

*Gunderson, John Gunder, (Johns Hopkins Univ.), b. med. sci. (Dart- 
mouth Coll.) 1965. [Dartmouth Medical School]. Oshkosh, Wis. 

Gustafson, James Paul, a.b. 1963. Saginaw, Mich. 

Gutheil, Thomas Gordon, a.b. 1963. New York, N.Y. 

Hayes, Charles Robert, a.b. (Yale Univ.) 1962. Keytesville, Mo. 

Hirschfeld, David Seth, a.b. 1963. Woods Hole 

Holmes, Robert Henry, a.b. (Amherst Coll.) 1963. Denver, Colo. 

Holt, William Steven, s.b. (Bates Coll.) 1963. Waterville, Maine 

*Horwich, Mark Stephen, a.b. (Dartmouth Coll.) 1963, b. med. sci. 
(ibid.) 1965. [Dartmouth Medical School]. Denver, Colo. 

Hurwitz, Alfred Lewis, a.b. 1963. Brookline 

Irwin, Robert Joseph, a.b. (Denison Univ.) 1963. Cleveland, Ohio 

*Jarrett, Fredric, a.b. (Dartmouth Coll.) 1963, b. med. sci. (ibid.) 
1965. [Dartmouth Medical School]. Newton Centre 

Jencks, Stephen Francis, a.b. 1962. Towson, Md. 

Johnson, Burt Powers, a.b. 1962. Ardsley, N.Y. 

*Johnson, David Gregory, a.b. (Yale Univ.) 1962, b. med. sci. (Dart- 
mouth Coll.) 1964. [Dartmouth Medical School]. Belvidere, III. 

Joseph, Neil Howard, s.b. (Union Coll.) 1961. East Quogue, N.Y. 

Kadish, Anna Stein, a.b. (Barnard Coll.) 1963. New York, N.Y. 

Kadish, Lawrence Jerome, a.b. (Princeton Univ.) 1963. 

West Orange, N.J. 

Kahn, James Brodie, a.b. 1963. Manchester, N.H. 

Kahn, Jesse Lewis, a.b. (Brooklyn Coll. of The City Univ. of New 
York) 1963. Brooklyn, N.Y. 

Kempczinski, Richard Francis, a.b. (Coll. of the Holy Cross) 1962. 

Brooklyn, N.Y. 

Knopf, Harry Louis Safir, a.b. 1963. Trenton, N.J. 

Korshin, Oliver Marc, a.b. (St. Johrts Coll., Maryland) 1963. 

White stone, N.Y. 

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STUDENTS 

Kourides, lone Anne, a.b. {Wellesley Coll.) 1963. Forest Hills, N.Y. 

Kumpe, David Allen, a.b. (Oberlin Coll.) 1963. Covington, Ky. 

Kupor, Lary Richard, s.b. {Brooklyn Coll. of The City Univ. of New 
York) 1963. Brooklyn, N.Y. 

Landrigan, Philip John, a.b. {Boston Coll.) 1963. West Roxbury 

*Latty, Alexander Basil, a.b. {Dartmouth Coll.) 1964, b. med. sci. 
(ibid.) 1965. [Dartmouth Medical School]. Yarmouth, Maine 

Lazar, Gerald Kenneth, a.b. {Brooklyn Coll. of The City Univ. of 
New York) 1963. Brooklyn, N.Y. 

Levine, Stanley Bryant, s.b. {Tufts Univ.) 1963. Denver, Colo. 

Lewinnek, George Eric, a.b. {Carleton Coll.) 1963. Merrill, Wis. 

*Liggio, Raymond, a.b. {Yale Univ.) 1963, b. med. sci. {Dartmouth 
Coll.) 1965. [Dartmouth Medical School]. Jackson Heights, N.Y. 

Lisanti, Michael Joseph, a.b. {Cornell Univ.) 1963. Brooklyn, N.Y. 

Loewenstein, Matthew Samuel, s.b. {Union Coll.) 1962. 

Forest Hills, N.Y. 

Mabogunje, Oluwatope Abimbola, a.b. {Brandeis Univ.) 1963. 

Ibadan, Nigeria 

*McAlary, Brian Gerard, a.b. {Colby Coll.) 1963, b. med. sci. {Dart- 
mouth Coll.) 1965. [Dartmouth Medical School]. 

Waterville, Maine 

MacDougal, Bruce Albert, a.b. {Williams Coll.) 1963. Bangor, Maine 

*McGowan, John Edward, Jr., {Providence Coll.), b. med. sci. {Dart- 
mouth Coll.) 1965. [Dartmouth Medical School]. 

Garden City, N.Y. 

*McLennan, James Edward, s.b. {Stanford Univ.) 1962. [Stanford 
Univ. School of Medicine]. Palo Alto, Calif. 

*Mahnke, Mark William, a.b. 1963, b. med. sci. {Dartmouth Coll.) 
1965. [Dartmouth Medical School]. Walla Walla, Wash. 

Maker, Ira Joel, a.b. {Columbia Univ.) 1963. River dale, N.Y. 

Mark, Eugene Jerome, a.b. {Oberlin Coll.) 1962. Kent, Ohio 

Mastroianni, Nicholas Anthony, Jr., a.b. 1962. Hope dale 

Meissner, William Walter, a.b. {St. Louis Univ.) 1956; a.m. {ibid.) 
1957; ph.l. {ibid.) 1957; s.t.b. {Woodstock Coll.) i960; s.t.l. 
{ibid.) 1962. Buffalo, N.Y. 

Mills, Roberta Ann, s.b. {Allegheny Coll.) 1963. St. Albans, W. Va. 

Mitch, William Evans, 2d, a.b. 1963. Birmingham, Ala. 

Molinoff, Perry Brown, a.b. 1962. Smithtown, N.Y. 

*Mooney, Peter Bryan, a.b. {Univ. of New Hampshire) 1959, s.m. 

295 



HARVARD MEDICAL SCHOOL 

(ibid.) 1963, b. med. sci. (Dartmouth Coll.) 1965. [Dartmouth 

Medical School]. Belmont, N.H. 

Morris, Ira Alan, a.b. (Boston Univ.) 1963. Cambridge 

Morrison, Peter Nelson, a.b. (Columbia Univ.) 1963. Great Neck, N.Y. 
*MurofT, Lawrence Ross, a.b. (Dartmouth Coll.) 1964, b. med. sci. 

(ibid.) 1965. [Dartmouth Medical School]. Broomall, Pa. 

Murphy, William Mont, a.b. (Drake Univ.) 1963. Des Moines, Iowa 
Murray, Michael John, a.b. (State Univ. of Iowa) 1963. Logan, Iowa 
Muzzarelli, Uberto Tommaso, a.b. (Amherst Coll.) 1961. Fer?no, Italy 
+ Nelson, John Paul, a.b. (Univ. of Notre Dame) 1962. 

Breckenridge, Minn. 
Newhouse, Jeffrey Hooker, a.b. {Princeton Univ.) 1963. 

Upper Nyack, N.Y. 
Ogunye, Medrose Olu, a.b. (Western Reserve Univ.) 1963. 

Ondo, Nigeria 
O'Neill, Daniel Patrick, s.b. (Massachusetts Inst, of Technology) 1963. 

Roslindale 
Pasternak, Derick Peter, a.b. 1963. New York, N.Y. 

Phillips, Lawrence Stone, a.b. (Swarthmore Coll.) 1963. 

W ashington, D.C. 
Pitts, William Reid, Jr., a.b. (Princeton Univ.) 1963. Charlotte, N.C. 
* Pressman, Barry David, a.b. (Dartmouth Coll.) 1964, b. med. sci. 

(ibid.) 1965. [Dartmouth Medical School]. Brooklyn, N.Y. 

Putnoi, Donald William, a.b. (Columbia Univ.) 1963. Brooklyn, N.Y. 
*Ram, Meryl Henry, (Cornell Univ.), b. med. sci. (Dartmouth Coll.) 

1965. [Dartmouth Medical School]. Caldwell, N.J. 

*Reigart, John Routt, 2d, a.b. (Dart?nouth Coll.) 1964, b. med. sci. 

(ibid.) 1965. [Dartmouth Medical School]. Charleston, S.C. 

Reiling, Richard Bernard, s.b. (Univ. of Dayton) 1963. Dayton, Ohio 
Rogell, Gerald David, a.b. 1963. Newton Centre 

Rohde, Jon Eliot, a.b. (Amherst Coll.) 1963. Barrington, R.I. 

Roth, Gerald James, a.b. 1963. Mankato, Minn. 

Ruberg, Robert Lionel, a.b. (Haverford Coll.) 1963. Philadelphia, Pa. 
Saxbe, William Bart, Jr., a.b. (Amherst Coll.) 1963. 

Mechanicsburg, Ohio 
Schantz, Arthur Stephen, s.b. (Massachusetts Inst, of Technology) 

1963. Brooklyn, N.Y. 

Schnitker, Paul Clayton, a.b. (Yale Univ.) 1963. Toledo, Ohio 

Schoolwerth, Anton Cornelis, a.b. (Princeton Univ.) 1963. 

Glen Ellyn, III. 
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STUDENTS 

*Schuler, John Gordon, a.b. {Dartmouth Coll.) 1964, b. med. sci. 

(ibid.) 1965. [Dartmouth Medical School]. Neivton Centre 

*Segel, William Dana, a.b. (Dartmouth Coll.) 1964, b. med. sci. (ibid.) 

1965. [Dartmouth Medical School]. Brookline 

*Sewall, Warren, s.b. (Massachusetts Inst, of Technology) 1963, b. 

med. sci. (Dartmouth Coll.) 1965. [Dartmouth Medical School]. 

West Hartford, Conn. 
Shapiro, Daniel William, s.b. (Massachusetts Inst, of Technology) 

1963. New York, N.Y. 

Shenkin, Budd Norman, a.b. 1963. Wynnewood, Pa. 

Sherwood, Michael Ralph, a.b. (Princeton Univ.) i960, b.litt. (Univ. 

of Oxford) 1965. Milwaukee, Wis. 

Shulman, Richard Stanley, a.b. 1963. Swampscott 

Siegel, Arthur Jay, a.b. (Swarthmore Coll.) 1962. Bal Harbour, Fla. 
Silver, David Jay, a.b. (Amherst Coll.) 1963. Bristol, Conn. 

Simmons, Michael Anthony, a.b. 1963. Fort Wayne, hid. 

Simon, Harvey Bruce, a.b. (Yale Univ.) 1963. Fort Lauderdale, Fla. 
Singer, Karl Lawrence, a.b. 1963. Huntington Woods, Mich. 

*Sites, Vincent Raymond, a.b. (Johns Hopkins Univ.) 1963. b. med. 

sci. (Dartmouth Coll.) 1965. [Dartmouth Medical School]. 

Miami, Fla. 
Smith, Donald Angehr, a.b. 1963. Little Rock, Ark. 

Smith, Douglas Grant, a.b. (Pomona Coll.) 1963. San Marino, Calif. 
Sommer, Alfred, s.b. (Union Coll.) 1963. ]a?naica, N.Y. 

*Stein, Stephen Alan, a.b. (Dartmouth Coll.) 1964, b. med. sci. (ibid.) 

1965. [Dartmouth Medical School]. Water bury, Conn. 

Stossel, Thomas Peter, a.b. (Princeton Univ.) 1963. Wilmette, III. 

Sugihara, Jared Genji, a.b. (Yale Univ.) 1963. Honolulu, Hawaii 
Walker, Pamela Pauline, A.B.f (Radcliffe Coll.) 1963. Montclair, N.J. 
Weiden, Paul Lincoln, a.b. 1963. Atherton, Calif. 

Weikel, Anthony Monroe, s.b. (Massachusetts Inst, of Technology) 

1963. Lathrop Village, Mich. 

Weinerth, John Louis, s.b. (Bucknell Univ.) 1963. Easton, Pa. 

Weir, Gordon Campbell, a.b. (Dartmouth Coll.) 1963. 

Cleveland Heights, Ohio 
Wesley, John Robert, a.b. 1963. Ann Arbor, Mich. 

* White, Eric Shaw, s.b. (Yale Univ.) 1963, b. med. sci. (Dartmouth 

Coll.) 1965. [Dartmouth Medical School]. Winchendon Springs 

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* Winterer, Joerg Constantine, a.b. (Haverford Coll.) 1963, b. med. sci. 

(Dartmouth Coll.) 1965. [Dartmouth Medical School]. 

Northampton 
*Wise, Jonathan Kurland, a.b. 1963, b. med. sci. (Dartmouth Coll.) 

1965. [Dartmouth Medical School]. Haverhill 

Wolman, Carol Stone, a.b. (Radcliffe Coll.) 1962. Philadelphia, Pa. 

* Wright, Peter Farnum, a.b. (Dartmouth Coll.) 1964, b. med. sci. 

(ibid.) 1965. [Dartmouth Medical School]. New York, N.Y. 

Zaentz, Samuel Donald, a.b. (Williams Coll.) 1963. Clifton, NJ. 

Third Year Class (1968) 

Adair, Richard Franklin, a.b. 1964. St. Paul, Minn. 

Anderson, Einar Wulfsberg, a.b. (Stanford Univ.) 1963. 

Arcadia, Calif. 
Arradondo, John El Roy, a.b. (Oklahoma City Univ.) 1963. 

Alms, Okla. 
*Ascher, Michael Stoskopf, a.b. (Univ. of Colorado) 1964, b.m.s. 
(Dartmouth Coll.) 1966. [Dartmouth Medical School]. 

Freeport, 111. 
*Aufranc, St. George Tucker (Univ. of Virginia). [Univ. of Vir- 
ginia School of Medicine]. Wellesley Hills 
*Benz, Ronald Ralph, a.b. (Dartmouth Coll.) 1964, b.m.s. (ibid.) 1966. 
[Dartmouth Medical School]. Orchard Park, N.Y. 
*Boerstling, Herbert, a.b. (Dartmouth Coll.) 1965. b.m.s. (ibid.) 1966. 
[Dartmouth Medical School]. Seoul, Korea 
*Borden, Spencer, 4th, a.b. 1963, b.m.s. (Dartmouth Coll.) 1966, 
[Dartmouth Medical School]. Concord 
Brandt, John Henry, a.b. (Yale Univ.) 1962. Lakewood, Ohio 
Breslow, Jan Leslie, a.b. (Columbia Univ.) 1963, a.m. (ibid.) 1964. 

Brooklyn, N.Y. 
Brier, Arnold Michael, a.b. (Univ. of Chicago) 1964. Dayton, Ohio 
Brownstein, Carlton Stewart, a.b. (Williams Coll.) 1964. 

Baldwin, N.Y. 

% Admitted on the basis of three years' college work, 
Transferred to the second year class. 
* Transferred to the third year class. 
t Degree conferred by Harvard University. 
+ Leave of absence first semester. 

n.b. Where the college name is omitted, the college is Harvard; where 
the state is omitted, the state is Massachusetts. 

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STUDENTS 

*Bruggeman, Lewis LeRoy, a.b. {Dartmouth Coll.) 1963, b.m.s. (ibid.) 

1965. [Dartmouth Medical School]. Suffern, N.Y. 
*Bullock, John David, a.b. {Dartmouth Coll.) 1965, b.m.s. (ibid.) 1966. 

[Dartmouth Medical School]. Cincinnati, Ohio 

Burdick, James Frederick, s.b. (Yale Univ.) 1964. Alfred, N.Y. 

*Carpenter, Herschel Andrea, a.b. (Univ. of North Dakota) 1965, 

s.b. in med. (ibid.) 1966. [Univ. of North Dakota School of 

Medicine]. Lakeivood, Calif. 

*Cebrik, Michael Melvin, a.b. (Dartmouth Coll.) 1964, b.m.s. (ibid.) 

1966. [Dartmouth Medical School]. Nutley, N.f. 
*Chagnon, Suzanne Esther, a.b. (Univ. of Vermont) 1964, b.m.s. 

{Dartmouth Coll.) 1966. [Dartmouth Medical School]. 

Nashua, N.H. 

Chen, Lincoln Chih-ho, a.b. (Princeton Univ.) 1964. New York, N.Y. 

Chivian, Eric Seth, a.b. 1964. Millburn, N.J. 

*Clough, Wendy Glasgow, a.b. j-(Radcliffe Coll.) 1964, b.m.s. 

(Darwwuth Coll.) 1966. [Dartmouth Medical School]. 

Chadds Ford, Pa. 
Cohen, Michael Victor, a.b. 1964. New York, N.Y. 

Colvin, Robert Barnes, s.b. (Massachusetts Inst, of Technology) 1964. 

St. Charles, Mo. 
*Cronin, Patricia Elaine, a.b. (Bennington Coll.) 1964, b.m.s. (Dart- 
mouth Coll.) 1966. [Dartmouth Medical School]. 

Glen Rock, N.J. 

*Czaja, Albert Joseph, Jr., a.b. (Dartmouth Coll.) 1965, b.m.s. (ibid) 

1966. [Dartmouth Medical School]. Nar berth, Pa. 

DolgofT, Robert Kenneth, a.b. 1964. Topeka, Kans. 

*Donaldson, Sarah Susan, s.b. (Univ. of Oregon School of Nursing) 

1961, b.m.s. (Dartmouth Coll.) 1966. [Dartmouth Medical 

School]. Portland, Oregon 

Dow, Lois Jean Weyman, a.b. (Cornell Univ.) 1964. 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
Droller, Michael Jack, a.b. 1964. Brooklyn, N.Y. 

* Dudley, William Earl, 2d, a.b. (Dartmouth Coll.) 1965, b.m.s. (ibid.) 
1966. [Dartmouth Medical School]. Arlington, Va. 

Eisen, Howard Jay, a.b. 1964. Miami, Fla. 

Ellsworth, George Avery, a.b. (Kansas State Univ.) 1965. 

Manhattan, Kans. 

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* Ellsworth, Robert Martin, a.b. {Dartmouth Coll.) 1965, b.m.s. {ibid.) 

1966. [Dartmouth Medical School]. Winsted, Conn. 

Fielding, Jonathan Evan, a.b. {Williams Coll.) 1964. 

Ma?naroneck, N.Y. 
Fisher, Morris Alan, a.b. {Yale Univ.) 1961. New York, N.Y. 

Frederick, Robert Arthur, s.b. {Georgetown Univ.) 1964. 

Wood Ridge, N.J. 
Friedman, Paul Aaron, a.b. {Princeton Univ.) 1964. Baltimore, Md. 
Funkenstein, Daniel Louis, a.b. {Princeton Univ.) 1964. Boston 

Furlong, Maurice Bennett, Jr., a.b. {Fordha?n Univ.) 1964. 

Jamestown, N.Y. 
Gail, Mitchell Henry, a.b. 1962. Lexington, Ky. 

°Garrison, Henry Byron, s.b. {Yale Univ.) 1962, b.a. {Univ. of Ox- 
ford) 1965. [Oxford Univ. Medical School]. Coral Gables, Fla. 
Goldberg, Deborah Lois Baron, a.b. j-{Radcliffe Coll.) 1964. 

Brookline 
Goldberg, George Ansbach, a.b. 1963. Mount Vernon, N.Y. 

Goldberg, Michael Ellis, a.b. 1963. Eastchester, N.Y. 

Goldenson, Ronald Hugh, a.b. {Princeton Univ.) 1964. Harrison, N.Y. 
Gradman, Wayne Stuart, a.b. {Univ. of Chicago) 1964. Skokie, III. 
Grana, William Anthony, a.b. 1964. St. Louis, Mo. 

Greenacre, Judith Kathleen Fisher, a.b. -\{Radcliffe Coll.) 1964. 

New York, N.Y. 

* Gregory, Garth Larsen, a.b. {Dartmouth Coll.) 1964, b.m.s. {ibid.) 

1966. [Dartmouth Medical School]. Tacoma, Wash. 

Guarino, Arthur Victor, a.b. {Coll. of the Holy Cross) 1962. 

Brooklyn, N.Y. 
Guss, Stephen Bernard, a.b. {Yale Univ.) 1064. Omaha, Nebr. 

Hadler, Nortin Marvin, a.b. {Yale Univ.) 1964. Eastchester, N.Y. 

Hanson, Charles William Davenport, Jr., a.b. 1964. New York, N.Y. 

* Harris, David Thorme, a.b. {Dartmouth Coll.) 1964. b.m.s. {ibid.) 

1966. [Dartmouth Medical School]. Stratford, Conn. 

Hawk, Alan Brainard, a.b. {Amherst Coll.) 1964. Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Hejinian, John Paull, a.b. 1962. New York, N.Y. 

Herman, Judith Lewis, A.B.f {Radcliffe Coll.) 1964. New York, N.Y. 
*Hight, Donald Wadsworth, a.b. {Dartmouth Coll.) 1964, b.m.s. 

(ibid.) 1966. [Dartmouth Medical School]. Leicester 

Hochschuler, Stephen Howard, a.b. {Columbia Univ.) 1964. 

Forest Hills, N.Y. 

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STUDENTS 

Holloran, James Francis, Jr., a.b. (Coll. of the Holy Cross) 1964. 

Washington, D.C. 
Hurwitz, Barbara Mara, a.b. (Bryn Mawr Coll.) 1964. 

New Rochelle, N.Y. 
Jakobiec, Frederick Albert, a.b. 1964. Manchester, N.H. 

Kahn, Henry Slater, a.b. 1964. Poughkeepsie, N.Y. 

* Kaiser, John Stanton, a.b. (Car let on Coll.) 1964, b.m.s. (Dartmouth 

Coll.) 1966. [Dartmouth Medical School]. Oak Park, III. 

*Kanaaneh, Hatim Abdul-Kader, a.b. (Univ. of Hawaii) 1964. [Univ. 

of South Dakota School of Medicine]. Arabi Village, Israel 

*Kattwinkel, John, s.b. (Rensselaer Polytechnic Inst.) 1964, b.m.s. 

(Dartmouth Coll.) 1966. [Dartmouth Medical School]. Easthani 
Kelley, Jonathan Merrick, a.b. (Princeton Univ.) 1961. West Newton 
°King, Robert Alan, a.b. (Cornell Univ.) 1963, b.a. (Univ. of Oxford) 

1965. [Oxford Univ. Medical School]. Oak Park, 111. 
Kluft, Richard Philip, a.b. (Princeton Univ.) 1964. Perth Amboy, N.J. 
Kolonel, Laurence Norman, a.b. (Williams Coll.) 1964. Norwood 
Krauss, Ronald Maxwell, a.b. 1964. Buffalo, N.Y. 
LaCombe, Michael Arthur, a.b. (Univ. of Rochester) 1964. 

Ogdensburg, N.Y. 
Levine, David Norman, a.b. (Yeshiva Univ.) 1963. Los Angeles, Calif. 
Levine, Frederick Hugh, a.b. (Columbia Univ.) 1964. 

Queens Village, N.Y. 
Levy, David Edward, a.b. 1963. Verona, N.J. 

*Livingston, Jack George, a.b. (Dartmouth Coll.) 1965, b.m.s. (ibid.) 

1966. [Dartmouth Medical School]. Baxter Springs, Kans. 
Lobis, Robert Alan, a.b. (Univ. of Pennsylvania) 1964. 

Philadelphia, Pa. 
Looker, Andrew Noah, a.b. 1964. New York, N.Y. 

Lurie, Melvyn Louis, a.b. (Johns Hopkins Univ.) 1963. 

Baltimore, Md. 
McBean, Alexander Marshall, a.b. (Yale Univ.) 1964. Chatham, N.J. 
Marks, Richard Arlyn, a.b. 1965. Urbana, 111. 

Marshall, Robert Alan (Oberlin Coll.) Dayton, Ohio 

* Miller, Richard Jay, a.b. (Dart?nouth Coll.) 1964, b.m.s. (ibid.) 1966. 

[Dartmouth Medical School]. West Hartford, Conn. 

Morain, William Douglas, a.b. (Grinnell Coll.) 1964. Jefferson, Iowa 
*Mosher, Deane Fremont, Jr., a.b. (Dartmouth Coll.) 1965, b.m.s. 

(ibid.) 1966. [Dartmouth Medical School]. Newport, Vt. 

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*Munro, Alan Bruce, a.b. {Dartmouth Coll.) 1965, b.m.s. {ibid.) 1966. 
[Dartmouth Medical School]. Freeport, N.Y. 

Nafziger, Jacob Calvin, a.b. {Lehigh Univ.) 1963. Lancaster, Pa. 

Oakes, David Duane, a.b. 1963. LaPorte, Ind. 

Oakes, Donna Gottdiener, a.b. {Wellesley Coll.) 1963. 

Poughkeepsie, N.Y. 

Omachi, Rodney Seichi, a.b. {Stanford Univ.) 1964. Stockton, Calif. 

Onion, Daniel Kent, a.b. 1964. Castleton, Vt. 

Oredugba, Olumuyiwa, a.b. (DePauw Univ.) 1964. Lagos, Nigeria 

Orkin, Fredrick Kent, a.b. (Bowdoin Coll.) 1964. New York, N.Y. 

Patterson, Laird Gunn, a.b. {Univ. of Kansas) 1963. Lamed, Kans. 

Pauker, Stephen Gary, a.b. 1964. Kingston, N.Y. 

Pearle, David Lee, a.b. {Amherst Coll.) 1964. Dallas, Texas 

Peppercorn, Mark Allan, a.b. 1964. Columbus, Ohio 

Perkins, David George, a.b. 1963. Lynnfield 

Pincus, Stephanie Faith Hoyer, a.b. {Reed Coll.) 1964. 

Beverly Hills, Calif. 

Podell, Richard Neal, a.b. {Amherst Coll.) 1964. Malverne, N.Y. 

Pollard, Thomas Dean, a.b. {Pomona Coll.) 1964. San Marino, Calif. 

Posner, Michael Kagan, a.b. {Yale Univ.) 1964. Longmeadow 

Prager, Kenneth Michael, a.b. {Columbia Univ.) 1964. 

Brooklyn, N.Y. 

Reale, Vincent Francis, a.b. {Princeton Univ.) 1963. Manville, N.J. 

Reed, William Piper, Jr., a.b. 1964. Reading 

*Reilly, Frank Eugene, a.b. {Coll. of the Holy Cross) i960, a.m. 
(Univ. of Wisconsin) 1961, b.m.s. (Dart?nouth Coll.) 1965. [Dart- 
mouth Medical School]. New York, N.Y. 

*Reising, Paul Andreas, Jr., a.b. (Coll. of the Holy Cross) 1964, b.m.s. 
(Dartmouth Coll.) 1966. [Dartmouth Medical School]. 

New Orleans, La. 

Richards, Edith Gilkey, a.b. (Wellesley Coll.) 1964. St. Louis, Mo. 

Rieder, Ronald Olrich, a.b. 1964. Trenton, Mich. 

*Rini, James Martin, a.b. (Dartmouth Coll.) 1964, b.m.s. (ibid.) 1966. 
[Dartmouth Medical School]. Beachwood, Ohio 

Robertson, Howard Thomas, 2d, a.b. (Colgate Univ.) 1964. 

Denver, Colo. 

Rosenberg, Gary Lawrence, a.b. 1964. University Heights, Ohio 

Rutherford, Robert Carver, a.b. (Univ. of Washington) 1964. 

Seattle, Wash. 

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STUDENTS 

Sachs, David Howard, a.b. 1963. Yonkers, N.Y. 

*Salisbury, Kent William, a.b. {Dartmouth Coll.) 1965, b.m.s. (ibid.) 

1966. [Dartmouth Medical School]. Roslyn Heights, N.Y. 

Schneider, Bruce Solomon, a.b. 1964. Teaneck, N.J. 

Seward, Paul North, a.b. (Stanford Univ.) 1964. 

Washington, D.C. 
# Shapiro, Edward Robert, a.b. (Yale Univ.) 1962. [Stanford Univ. 

School of Medicine]. Brookline 

*Sherman, Stephen Arthur, a.b. (Dartmouth Coll.) 1964. b.m.s. (ibid.) 

1966. [Dartmouth Medical School]. Stamford, Conn. 

Sloane, Robert Woodard, Jr., s.b. (Univ. of Michigan) 1963. 

Wauwatosa, Wis. 
tSoper, Michael Ray (Harvard Coll.) Independence, Mo. 

Sos, Thomas Andrew, a.b. (Queens Coll. of The City Univ. of New 

York) 1964. New York, N.Y. 

Southmayd, William Webster, a.b. 1964. Newton Centre 

Starr, Stuart Eliot, a.b. {Pomona Coll.) 1963. Los Angeles, Calif. 

Steinman, Ralph Marvin, b.sc. (McGill Univ.) 1963. 

Sherbrooke, P.Q., Canada 
Sun, Edward Ralph, a.b. 1963. Harrisburg, Pa. 

*Tegtmeier, Ronald Eugene, a.b. (Dartmouth Coll.) 1965, b.m.s. (ibid.) 

1966. [Dartmouth Medical School]. Omaha, Nebr. 

Templeton, John Marks, Jr., a.b. (Yale Univ.) 1962. Englewood, Calif. 
Tolkoff, Nina Ellen, a.b. (Cornell Univ.) 1964. Brooklyn, N.Y. 

Trobe, Jonathan Daniel, a.b. 1964. New York, N.Y. 

*Trowbridge, Frederick Lindsley, a.b. (Princeton Univ.) 1964, b.m.s. 

(Dartmouth Coll.) 1966. [Dartmouth Medical School]. 

Willoughby, Ohio 
*Ungerer, Roland Hart, a.b. (Dartmouth Coll.) 1964, b.m.s. (ibid.) 

1966. [Dartmouth Medical School]. Stratford, Conn. 

*Vaughan, Milton Clay, a.b. (Dartmouth Coll.) 1964. b.m.s. (ibid.) 

1966. [Dartmouth Medical School]. Raleigh, N.C. 

*Vore, Jon Michael Brian, a.b. (Colby Coll.) 1964, b.m.s. (Dartmouth 

Coll.) 1966. [Dartmouth Medical School]. Nashua, N.H. 

Ward, Samuel Porter, a.b. (Amherst Coll.) 1959. Lake Bluff, III. 
Weil, Andrew Thomas, a.b. 1964. Philadelphia, Pa. 

Welch, John Paton, a.b. 1964. Belmont 

* Wilson, Samuel Hardy, Jr., a.b. (Univ. of Denver) 1961. [Univ. of 

Colorado School of Medicine]. Ferris, Texas 

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Wittes, Robert Elliot, a.b. 1964. Woonsocket, R.I. 

+ *Wolf, Gerald Lee, s.b. in med. (Univ. of Nebraska) 1962, s.m. 
(ibid.) 1964, ph.d. (ibid.) 1965. [Univ. of Nebraska Coll. of Medi- 
cine]. Sidney, Nebraska 

Yanowitz, Ira Sar, a.b. 1964. Bronx, N.Y. 

Youngerman, Joseph Kahn, a.b. (Yale Univ.) 1964. Champaign, III. 

*Zaia, John Anthony, a.b. (Coll. of the Holy Cross) 1964, b.m.s. 
{Dartmouth Coll.) 1966. [Dartmouth Medical School]. 

Oneida, N.Y. 

Zawadsky, Peter Michael, a.b. (Rutgers Univ.) 1964. 

Spotswood, N.J. 

Second Year Class (1969) 
Ainslie, George William, Jr., a.b. (Yale Univ.) 1965. 

Binghamton, N.Y. 
Allen, Jeffrey Charles, a.b. (Oberlin Coll.) 1965. Livingston, N.J. 

Arling, Bryan Jeremy, a.b. (Univ. of Minnesota) 1965. 

Minneapolis, Minn. 
Bartrum, Royal Jay, Jr., a.b. (Carleton Coll.) 1965. Normal, 111. 

Bast, Robert Clinton, Jr., a.b. (Wesley an Univ.) 1965. Arlington, Va. 
Bean, Margaret Harvey, A.B.f (Radcliffe Coll.) 1965. Iowa City, Iowa 
Bettman, Thomas Coulter, a.b. (Dartmouth Coll.) 1965. 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
Bobroff, Lewis Martin, (Brooklyn Coll. of The City Univ. of New 
York). Brooklyn, N.Y. 

Boehm, Sharon Lynne, s.b. (Univ. of Wisconsin) 1965. Itasca, III. 
Braden, William, 3d, a.b. 1965. New York, N.Y. 

Brandling-Bennett, Anthony David, a.b. 1964. Los Angeles, Calif. 

Brooks, Benjamin Rix, a.b. 1965. Merion Station, Fa. 

Brooks, Robert William, a.b. (Williams Coll.) 1965. Paterson, N.J. 
Bulkley, Gregory Bartlett, a.b. (Princeton Univ.) 1965. Winnetka, 111. 
Burney, Richard Edward, Jr., a.b. 1965. Cleveland, Ohio 

Burns, William Holmes, s.b. (Yale Univ.) 1965. Macon, Ga. 

Burr, Winthrop Ames, a.b. 1965. Christiansted, St. Croix, V.I. 

Carey, Edmund Lawrence, Jr., a.b. (Coll. of the Holy Cross) 1965. 

Milton 
Transferred to the second year class. 
t Degree conferred by Harvard University. 

n.b. Where the college name is omitted, the college is Harvard; where 
the state is omitted, the state is Massachusetts. 

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STUDENTS 

Cello, John Patrick, a.b. (Providence Coll.) 1965. 

Cambria Heights, N.Y. 
Chang, Henry, s.b. (Yale Univ.) 1965. New York, N.Y. 

Chessen, Douglas Howell, a.b. (Amherst Coll.) 1965. Denver, Colo. 
Cloos, David Wilmot, a.b. (Williams Coll.) 1965. Richmond Hill, N.Y. 
Cohen, Benjamin Emanuel, a.b. (Columbia Univ.) 1965. Macon, Ga. 
Crane, Martin, a.b. (Princeton Univ.) 1965. Williston Park, N.Y. 

Crichton, John Michael, a.b. 1964. New Canaan, Conn. 

Dashe, Charles Kay, a.b. (Univ. of Chicago) 1965. Gary, Ind. 

Dos Reis, Leslie Jose, a.b. (Williams Coll.) 1965. Rye, N.Y. 

Duvinsky, Joel, s.b. (City Coll. of The City Univ. of New York) 1965. 

New York, N.Y. 
Feibel, Robert Marks, a.b. (Johns Hopkins Univ.) 1965. 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
Fernbach, Stephen Alton, a.b. (Amherst Coll.) 1965. New York, N.Y. 
Frank, Gerald Warren, a.b. 1965. Winthrop 

Fraser, David William, a.b. (Haverford Coll.) 1965. 

George School, Pa. 
Freed, Curt Richard, a.b. 1965. Euclid, Ohio 

Freeman, David Lewis, a.b. 1964. Sherborn 

Freeman, Thomas Stanley, a.b. 1964. Glencoe, 111. 

Garrison, Penelope Knapp, a.b. \(Radcliffe Coll.) 1963. Cambridge 
Gerber, Richard Borisow, a.b. (Amherst Coll.) 1965. 

Washington, D.C. 
Gimbrone, Michael Anthony, Jr., a.b. (Cornell Univ.) 1965. 

Buffalo, N.Y. 
Goldmann, Donald Alan, a.b. 1964. Trenton, N.J. 

Gordon, Jerold Stanley, s.b. (Antioch Coll.) 1965. Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Graybeal, Robert Thomas, s.b. (Duke Univ.) 1965. Marion, Va. 

Grillo, Peter James, a.b. (Yale Univ.) 1965. Andover 

Guyton, David Lee, s.b. (Univ. of Mississippi) 1965. Jackson, Miss. 
Hall, John Henry, (Reed Coll.). Portland, Oregon 

Hall, Stephen Vincent, a.b. 1965. Champaign, 111. 

Hallett, Mark, a.b. 1965. Merion, Pa. 

Harper, Gordon Peacock, a.b. 1964. Rochester, N.Y. 

Harrison, Michael Richard, a.b. (Yale Univ.) 1965. Vancouver, Wash. 
Healy, Bernadine Patricia, a.b. (Vassar Coll.) 1965. 

Long Island City, N.Y. 
Herbert, Marshall Linton, a.b. (Wesley an Univ.) 1964. 

Gainesville, Fla. 

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Hertz, Barbara Bendel, a.b. (Swart hmore Coll.) 1965. New York, N.Y. 
Hertzman, Marc, a.b. 1965. Cincinnati, Ohio 

Hodes, David Samuel, a.b. (Princeton Univ.) 1963, b.a. (Oxford 

Univ.) 1965. Manh asset, N.Y. 

Hodes, Richard Joel, a.b. (Yale Univ.) 1965. Wantagh, N.Y. 

Hoffer, Edward Peter, s.b. (Massachusetts Inst, of Technology) 1965. 

Montreal, P.Q., Canada 
Howard, Terry Thomas, a.b. (Columbia Univ.) 1965. 

Rutherford, N.J. 
Hyde, Thomas Prentice, s.b. (Yale Univ.) 1965. Evanston, 111. 

Jablecki, Charles Kasmir, a.b. 1965. Rwnford, R.I. 

°Kahan, Morton Gerald, a.b. (Princeton Univ.) 1964. [Oxford Univ. 

Medical School]. West Hartford, Conn. 

Kanner, Steven Russell, a.b. 1965. Massapequa Park, N.Y. 

Kaslow, Richard Alan, a.b. (Yale Univ.) 1965. Omaha, Nebr. 

Khoury, George, a.b. (Princeton Univ.) 1965. Allentown, Pa. 

Kolb, Jonathan Edward, a.b. 1965. Providence, R.I. 

Krogstad, Donald John, a.b. (Bowdoin Coll.) 1965. 

New Hyde Park, N.Y. 
Lange, Roger Frederick, a.b. 1965. Evanston, 111. 

Langsdorf, David Stanton, Jr., a.b. (Stanford Univ.) 1963. 

San Mateo, Calif. 
Lemkin, Stephen Richard, a.b. 1965. Lowell 

Leonardi, Howard Kevin, a.b. (Yale Univ.) 1965. Swampscott 

Levine, Judith Ann, a.b. (Swarthmore Coll.) 1965. New York, N.Y. 
Levine, Robert Aaron, a.b. (Yale Univ.) 1965. Waterville, Maine 
Lewis, Brian Joel, a.b. (Rice Univ.) 1965. Little Rock, Ark. 

Lewis, Randall Jeffrey, a.b. (Yale Univ.) 1965. Taunton 

Lipkin, Mack, Jr., a.b. 1965. New York, N.Y. 

Liteplo, Merrill Gerald, s.b. (Manhattan Coll.) 1965. Brooklyn, N.Y. 
Long, Michael Carroll, s.b. (Massachusetts Inst, of Technology) 1965. 

Salisbury, Md. 
McLeod, Bruce Cameron, a.b. (Univ. of Texas) 1965. 

Arkansas City, Kans. 
Marinoff, Gerald Paul, a.b. (Columbia Univ.) 1965. Brooklyn, N.Y. 
Martin, David Hubert, a.b. (Univ. of Kansas) 1965. Coffeyville, Kans. 
Mayer, Robert James, a.b. (Williams Coll.) 1965. 

New Hyde Park, N.Y. 
Mieth, Werner Christian Joseph, a.b. 1965. Union, N.J. 

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STUDENTS 

Miller, John Bruce, a.b. 1965. May wood, 111. 

Mitchell, Beverly Shriver, a.b. {Smith Coll.) 1965. Auburndale 

Mitchell, Michael Ernst, a.b. {Princeton Univ.) 1965. 

Lincoln Park, N.J. 
Morse, Herbert Carpenter, 3d, a.b. {Oberlin Coll.) 1965. 

La Grange, 111. 
Murphy, Frank Lloyd, Jr., a.b. 1965. Webster Groves, Mo. 

Peterson, Douglas Bergen, a.b. {Dartmouth Coll.) 1965. Aurora, 111. 
Petrucelli, Rocco Joseph, 2d, a.b. {Yale Univ.) 1965. Meriden, Conn. 
Quint, Alan Steven, a.b. 1965. Woodbridge, N.J. 

Re, Richard Noel, a.b. 1965. Palisade, N.J. 

Redfern, Anne Brennan, A.B.f {Radcliffe Coll.) 1965. Cincinnati, Ohio 
Rein, Michael Frank, a.b. 1965. New York, N.Y. 

Richards, Keith Chirgwin, a.b. {Yale Univ.) 1965. Akron, Ohio 

Rosenblum, Ruth Ellen, {Wellesley Coll.). Los Angeles, Calif. 

Rottenberg, David Allan, a.b. {Univ. of Michigan) 1963, m.sc. {Cam- 
bridge Univ.) 1965. Detroit, Mich. 
Scheinberg, Stephen, s.b. {Massachusetts hist, of Technology) i960, 
a.m. {Princeton Univ.) 1961, ph.d. {ibid.) 1963. Memphis, Tenn. 
Schlenker, James David, a.b. 1965. Peru, III. 
Schutz, James Scott, a.b. {Yale Univ.) 1965. New York, N.Y. 
Schwartz, Ronald Harris, a.b. {Cornell Univ.) 1965. Kenmore, N.Y. 
Seaman, William Ewing, a.b. {Princeton Univ.) 1964. 

East Lansing, Mich. 
Silvio, Joseph Rocco, a.b. {Cornell Univ.) 1965. Elizabeth, N.J. 

Snyder, Howard McCrum, 3d, a.b. {Princeton Univ.) 1965. 

Atlanta, Ga. 
Spitz, Leslie Mike, a.b. 1965. Wilmette, 111. 

Stanberry, Mark Chauncy, s.b. {Univ. of Arizona) 1964. 

Tucson, Ariz. 
Stelovich, Steve Dennis, a.b. 1963. Salt Lake City, Utah 

Stephens, Joseph William, 3d, s.b. {Emory Univ.) 1965. Macon, Ga. 
Tesar, Paul Louis, b.s. in e.e. {Univ. of Massachusetts) 1964. 

Flushing, N.Y. 
Thibault, George Edwin, Jr., a.b. {Georgetown Univ.) 1965. 

Chittenango, N.Y. 
Thomas, Elizabeth Walke, A.B.f {Radcliffe Coll.) 1965. 

Chevy Chase, Md. 
Tracy, David Mears, a.b. {Yale Univ.) 1965. Pittsfield 

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HARVARD MEDICAL SCHOOL 

Trafton, Peter Grier, a.b. (Yale Univ.) 1965. Auburn, Maine 

Tuffli, Charles Frederick, Jr., a.b. (Yale Univ.) 1965. 

Menlo Park, Calif. 
Vickery, Donald Michael, a.b. 1965. Vienna, Va. 

Workman, Robert Jay, a.b. (Princeton Univ.) 1964. 

Staten Island, N.Y. 
Yurcisin, Daniel, a.b. (Princeton Univ.) 1965. Roebling, N.J. 

First Year Class (1970) 

Ain, Jonathan David, a.b. (Cornell Univ.) 1966. New York, N.Y. 

Akins, Cary Willard, a.b. 1966. Red Wing, Minn. 

Albeck, Joseph Henry, a.b. (Colwnbia Univ.) 1966. Brooklyn, N.Y. 
Anane-Sefah, John Camara (Yale Univ.) Accra, Ghana 

Anderson, Frank Hughes, a.b. 1966. Berwyn, Penna. 

Anderson, Thomas McDowell, Jr., a.b. (Princeton Univ.) 1966. 

Arlington, Va. 
AngofT, Gerald Harvey, a.b. 1966. Newton Centre 

Applegate, Clarence William, a.b. (Oberlin Coll.) 1966. 

Tucson, Ariz. 
Ault, Kenneth Ashlev, s.b. (Massachusetts Inst, of Technology) 1966. 

Denver, Colo. 
Barkin, Roger Michael, a.b. (Brandeis Univ.) 1966. Paris, France 

Bear, David Michael, a.b. 1965. Akron, Ohio 

Bennett, Michael Isaiah, a.b. 1966. Toronto, Ont., Canada 

Bennion, Lynn Jacobsen, a.b. 1966. Palo Alto, Calif. 

Benson, James Wood, Jr., a.b. (Stanford Univ.) 1966. Aptos, Calif. 
Berv, Kenneth Robert, a.b. (Yale U?iiv.) 1966. Oceanside, N.Y. 

Blumenthal, Eileen, a.b. ^(Radcliffe Coll.) 1966. Oceanside, N.Y. 

Boetcher, David Allen, a.b. (Princeton Univ.) 1966. Evanston, 111. 
Bough, Edward William, s.b. (Loyola Univ.) 1966. Chicago, III. 

Bours, William Alsop, IV, a.b. (Stanford Univ.) 1966. 

Wilmington, Del. 
Breed, Robert Huntington, 2d, a.b. (Yale Univ.) 1966. 

Poughkeepsie, N.Y. 
Breuer, Anthony Carl, a.b. (Princeton Univ.) 1965. Princeton, N.J. 
Brondfield, Eric Steven, a.b. 1966. Roslyn Heights, N.Y. 

t Degree conferred by Harvard University. 

x.b. Where the college name is omitted, the college is Harvard; where 
the state is omitted, the state is Massachusetts. 

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STUDENTS 

Browne, Kay Frost Shaw, a.b. (Mt. Holyoke Coll.) 1966. 

Cranbury, N.J. 
Camfield, Peter Robert, b.a. (Queen's Univ.) 1966. 

Ottawa, Ont., Canada 
Cannon, Woodward, a.b. 1966. Lincoln 

Citron, John Michael Tamor, a.b. {Williams Coll.) 1966. 

North Miami, Fla. 
Clarke, Lewis John, a.b. 1966. Buffalo, N.Y. 

Cohen, Philip, a.b. (Columbia U?iiv.) 1966. Brooklyn, N.Y. 

Cooperman, Oliver Burton, a.b. (Dartmouth Coll.) 1966. Fords, N.J. 
Crockett, David Shan, a.b. (Cornell Univ.) 1966. Cincinnati, Ohio 
DavidofT, Ira Gordon, s.b. (Massachusetts Inst, of Technology) 1966. 

Flushing, N.Y. 
Davies, John Anthony Kent, a.b. 1965. Brookline 

Davis, Charles Abraham, s.b. (Massachusetts Inst, of Technology) 
1966. Greenburg, Penna. 

Dean, Peter Berridge, s.b. (Cornell Univ.) 1966. Cincinnati, Ohio 
Dellinger, Evan Patchen, a.b. (Sivarthmore Coll.) 1966. Hampton, N.J. 
Di Giacinto, George Vincent, a.b. (Columbia Univ.) 1966. 

Yonkers, N.Y. 
Dixon, Jonathan Allan, a.b. 1966. Farmington, Conn. 

Duhme, David Ware, a.b. 1966. St. Louis, Mo. 

Emans, John Barker, 2d, a.b. 1966. Randolph, Vt. 

Ericsson, Charles Derwin, a.b. 1966. Fairfax, Va. 

Fareed, George Carr, a.b. (Univ. of California, Berkeley) 1966. 

Los Angeles, Calif. 
Ferber, Richard Alan, a.b. 1965. Chicago, III. 

Fernbach, Barry Richard, a.b. (Colgate Univ.) 1966. 

Valley Strea?n, N.Y. 
Fisher, Richard Ian, (Harvard Univ.). Coral Gables, Fla. 

Folland, Edward Denton, a.b. (Yale U?iiv.) 1966. Salt Lake City, Utah 
Fredlund, Paul Noel, a.b. 1966. Minneapolis, Minn. 

Freedberg, Leonard Earl, a.b. 1965. Brookline 

Friedenson, Daniel Jacob, a.b. (Columbia U?iiv.) 1966. 

Brooklyn, N.Y. 
Gerson, Donald Edward, a.b. 1965. Dayton, Ohio 

Girshon, Deanna P., a.b. (Rutgers Univ.) 1965. Jersey City, N.J. 
Gittinger, John William, Jr., a.b. (Oberlin Coll.) 1966. 

Annandale, Va. 

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Goldman, Mitchell Howard, a.b. (Brandeis Univ.) 1966 Quincy 

Goldsmith, George Hale, Jr., a.b. {Washington Univ.) 1966. 

New Orleans, La. 
Good, Michael Ian, a.b. (Univ. of Minnesota) 1966. New Ulm, Minn. 
Goodman, William Samuel, a.b. 1966. Babylon, N.Y. 

Gottesman, Michael Marc, a.b. 1966. Flushing, N.Y. 

Green, Mark Ronald, a.b. 1966. South Norwalk, Conn. 

Greenblatt, David John, a.b. {Amherst Coll.) 1966. Newton 

Groat, Robert Lanier, s.b. {Davidson Coll.) 1966. Greensboro, N.C. 
Gross, Peter Lloyd, a.b. 1966. Swampscott 

Gunderson, Paul Einar, a.b. 1966. Enumclaw, Wash. 

Gustavson, Edward Ernest, a.b. (Gustavus Adolphus Coll.) 1966. 

Northbrook, III. 
Hafner, Daniel James, a.b. {Boston Univ.) 1966. Newell, S.D. 

Helpern, Joan Marilyn, a.b. ^(Radcliffe Coll.) 1966. New York, N.Y. 
Herriot, Sarah Jean, a.b. \(Radcliffe Coll.) 1966. Palo Alto, Calif. 
Herzog, James Michael, a.b. 1965. Lockport, N.Y. 

Howell, Stephen Barnard, a.b. (Univ. of Chicago) 1966. Lexington 
Hyman, Frederic Evan, a.b. (Columbia Univ.) 1966. Brooklyn, N.Y. 
Irwin, Charles Fayette, 3d, a.b. 1966. Tipp City, Ohio 

Jamison, Wallace Glenn, s.b. (W estminster Coll.) 1966. 

New Wilmington, Penna. 
Kempf, Raymond Andrew, a.b. (Fordham Univ.) 1966. Utica, N.Y. 
Kern, David Evans, a.b. (Princeton Univ.) 1966. Cincinnati, Ohio 

Kopf, Gary Sheldon, a.b. (Columbia Univ.) 1966. Plainview, N.Y. 
Kulczycki, Anthony, Jr., a.b. (Princeton Univ.) 1966. Easton, Penna. 
Landres, Richard Terry, a.b. (Stanford Univ.) 1966. Encino, Calif. 
Lanken, Paul Nicholas, a.b. 1966. Nutley, N.J. 

Lieber, Michael Maurice, a.b. 1966. Arlington, Va. 

LiefT, Jonathan David, a.b. (Yale Univ.) 1966. Newark, N.J. 

Lozner, Eugene Culver, a.b. (Amherst Coll.) 1966. Syracuse, N.Y. 
Mackenzie, Thomas Brooke, a.b. 1966. Denver, Colo. 

MacLean, Paul Donald, Jr., a.b. (Yale Univ.) 1965. Potomac, Md. 
Meyers, Joel David, a.b. (Dartmouth Coll.) 1966. Houston, Texas 
Millis, Michael Brian, a.b. 1966. Toledo, Ohio 

Neaves, William Barlow, a.b. 1966. Spur, Texas 

Noble, Robert Michael Courtney, b.sc. (Univ. of British Columbia) 
1966. Vancouver, B.C., Canada 

Oster, Charles Nelson, s.b. (JJniv. of Wisconsin) 1966. Beloit, Wise. 

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STUDENTS 

Ottesen, Eric Albert, a.b. (Princeton Univ.) 1965. Cincinnati, Ohio 
Pashler, Josephine Elizabeth, a.b. -\-(Radcliffe Coll.) 1966. 

Schenectady, N.Y. 
Pearlman, Alan Stuart, a.b. (Williams Coll.) 1966. Rochester, N.Y. 
Peppercorn, Margaret Tova Bessin, a.b. j-(Radcliffe Coll.) 1966. 

New York, N.Y. 
Pierce, Ralph Wendell, a.b. 1966. St. Louis, Mo. 

Pock, Randolph William, s.b. (Allegheny Coll.) 1966. 

Coraopolis, Penna. 
Raaf, John Hart, a.b. 1963, dr.phil. {Univ. of Oxford) 1966. 

Portland, Oregon 
Rabb, James Mark, a.b. 1966. Cambridge 

Raskin, Stephen Paul, a.b. (Brandeis Univ.) 1966. Silver Spring, Md. 
Ribner, Bruce Steven, a.b. (Princeton Univ.) 1966. Brooklyn, N.Y. 
Richardson, John Marshall, a.b. 1966. Tyler, Texas 

Robinson, Richard Allen, a.b. (Rutgers Univ.) 1966. 

Levittown, Penna. 
Rogers, Jeffrey Langston, a.b. (Dartmouth Coll.) 1966. Bethesda, Md. 
Romm, Fredric Jay, a.b. (Columbia Univ.) 1966. Brooklyn, N.Y. 
Rosenfeld, Alvin A., a.b. (Cornell U?iiv.) 1966. Brooklyn, N.Y. 

Rosenthal, Susan Nancy, a.b. j-(Radcliffe Coll.) 1966. Tenafly, N.J. 
Ross, Michael Elliot, a.b. (Yale Univ.) 1966. Portland, Conn. 

Sandberg, Glenn Willard, Jr., a.b. (Columbia Univ.) 1966. 

Denver, Colo. 
Schulman, Carol Ann Brimberg, a.b. \(Radcliffe Coll.) 1966. 

Silver Spring, Md. 
Shelton, James Houston, a.b. 1966. Dallas, Texas 

Simmons, Jeffrey Law, a.b. 1966. Marblehead 

Simson, Michael Byron, a.b. 1966. Grosse Pointe, Mich. 

Sklar, Marshall Dore, a.b. (Brown Univ.) 1966. Camden, N.J. 

Smith, Howard Gary, a.b. (Princeton Univ.) 1966. Pittsburgh, Penna. 
Soil, Andrew H., a.b. (Po?nona Coll.) 1966. Los Angeles, Calif. 

Solomons, Noel Willis, a.b. 1966. Cambridge 

Stein, Richard Steven, a.b. 1966. Lincolnwood, III. 

Stevens, Rose Marie, a.b. (Manhattanville Coll. of the Sacred Heart) 
1966. Rochester, Mich. 

Tenney, James Hugh, a.b. 1966. Briar cliff Manor, N.Y. 

Tew, Richard Harry, a.b. (Univ. of Washington) 1966. 

Richland, Wash. 

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Veazey, James Marion, Jr., s.b. (Massachusetts Inst, of Technology) 
1966. Decatur, Ga. 

Warren, John Windiate, a.b. (Univ. of Michigan) 1966. 

Wichita, Kans. 
Weens, Joan Harriet, a.b. -\(Radcliffe Coll.) 1966. Atlanta, Ga. 

Weiler, Mary Margaret, a.b. (Vassar Coll.) 1966. Burt, N.Y. 

Weissman, Jack Burton, a.b. (New York Univ.) 1966. 

Brooklyn, N.Y. 
Wilkoff, William Gordon, a.b. (^Dartmouth Coll.) 1966. 

Pleasantville, N.Y. 
Williams, Sankey Vaughan, a.b. (Princeton Univ.) 1966. 

Nicholasville, Ky. 
Wyler, David John, a.b. (Brown Univ.) 1966. Scarsdale, N.Y. 

Yee, Robert Donald, a.b. 1966. San Francisco, Calif. 

Medical School Summary 1 966-1 967 
(as of registration September 1966) 

Fourth Year 151 

Third Year 143 

Second Year 114 

First Year 125 

Total 533 



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COLLEGES REPRESENTED 



Colleges Represented 



Allegheny College 2 

Amherst College 18 

Antioch College 1 

Arizona, University of 1 

Arlington State College 1 

Barnard College 3 

Bates College 1 

Bennington College 1 

Boston College 1 

Boston University 2 

Bowdoin College 2 

Brandeis University 4 

British Columbia, University of 1 
Brooklyn College of The City 
University of New York . . 5 

Brown University 2 

Bryn Mawr College 1 

Bucknell University 1 

California Institute of Tech- 
nology 1 

California, University of (at 

Berkeley) 2 

Carleton College 4 

Chicago, University of 5 

City College of The City Uni- 
versity of New York 1 

Colby College 2 

Colgate University 3 

Colorado, University of 1 

Columbia University 19 

Cornell University 13 

Dartmouth College 40 

Davidson College 

Dayton, University of 

Denison University 

Denver, University of 

DePauw University 

Drake University 

Duke University 

Emory University 

Ford ham University 

Georgetown University 

Grinnell College 

Gustavus Adolphus College . . . 
Hamilton College 



Harvard University 145 

Haverford College 3 

Hawaii, University of 1 

Holy Cross, College of the . . 10 

Iowa, State University of 1 

Johns Hopkins University .... 4 

Kansas, University of 2 

Kansas State University 1 

Lehigh University 1 

Loyola University (Chicago) . 1 

McGill University 1 

Manhattan College 1 

Manhattanville College of the 

Sacred Heart 1 

Massachusetts, University of . . 1 
Massachusetts Institute of Tech- 
nology 14 

Michigan, University of 4 

Middlebury College 1 

Minnesota, University of 2 

Mississippi, University of ... . 1 

Mount Holyoke College 1 

New Hampshire, University of 1 

New York University 1 

North Dakota, University of . . 1 

Oberlin College 8 

Ohio State University 1 

Oklahoma City University .... 1 

Oregon, University of 1 

Pennsylvania, University of ... . 1 

Pomona College 4 

Princeton University 36 

Providence College 2 

Queens College of The City 

University of New York .... 1 

Queen's University 1 

Radcliffe College 19 

Reed College 2 

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute 

(New York) 1 

Rice University 1 

Rochester, University of 2 

Rutgers University 4 

St. John's College (Maryland) 1 

St. Louis University 1 



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Smith College 

Stanford University 

Swarthmore College 

Texas, University of 

Tufts University 

Union College 

Vassar College 

Vermont, University of 

Virginia, University of 

Washington, University of 

Washington University 

Wellesley College 

Wesleyan University 

Western Reserve University . . 
Westminster College (Pennsyl- 
vania) 



Williamette University i 

Williams College 12 

Wisconsin, University of 2 

Yale University 43 

Yankton College 1 

Yeshiva University 1 

Total 535 



Counted more than once 

Total number of students 



2 
533 



Entered advanced standing .... 78 
Number of colleges represented 103 
Number of college graduates . . 520 
Number of non-graduates 13 



Medical Schools Represented by Students 

Who Entered Harvard Medical School 

with Advanced Standing 



Colorado, University of School 

of Medicine 1 

Columbia University College of 

Physicians and Surgeons .... 1 
Dartmouth Medical School ... 66 
New York University School of 

Medicine 1 

North Dakota, University of, 

School of Medicine 2 

Oxford University Medical 

School (England) 3 



South Dakota, University of, 
School of Medicine ........ 1 

Stanford University School of 
Medicine 2 

Virginia, School of Medicine . . 1 

Total 78 

Total number of students ad- 
mitted to first year standing 455 



Total 



533 



Medical Students on Leave of Absence 
for Research and Special Study 



Joseph Stephen Alpert 
William Ira Bennett 
Rishon Menahem Bialer 
John Albert Bissell 
Arthur William Boylston 
Alfred Lewis Goldberg 



1966-1967 

John Edward Heuser 
Charles Alderson Janeway, Jr. 
Patrick Hayne Mattingly 
David Smith Oyer 
Aiichael Stewart Stulbarg 
John Vincent Walsh, Jr. 



John Newman Weinstein 



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STAFF 

Minoru Abe, M.D., Research Fellow in Pharmacology. 

Barry J. Agranat, D.M.D., Assistant in Oral Surgery. 

John T. Albright, D.D.S., Clinical Associate in Oral Pathology. 

Myron Allukian, Jr., D.D.S., Research Fellow in Ecological 
Dentistry. 

Benjamin H. Amdur, Ph.D., Research Associate in Biological 
Chemistry at the Forsyth Dental Infirmary for Children. 

Melvin A. Andell, D.D.S., Instructor in Orthodontics. 

David T. Armstrong, Ph.D., Associate in Anatomy in the School 
of Dental Medicine. 

Douglas A. Atwood, M.D., D.M.D., Clinical Associate in Prosthe- 
tic Dentistry. 

Herbert I. Bader, D.D.S., Research Fellow in Periodontology. 

Harry K. Bailey, D.M.D., Instructor in Operative Dentistry. 

Laurence I. Barsh, D.M.D., Instructor in Operative Dentistry. 

Robert E. Binder, D.M.D., Research Fellow in Orthodontics. 

James A. Bond, D.D.S., Research Fellow in Orthodontics. 

Donald F. Booth, D.M.D., Assistant in Dental A4edicine. 

Edgar S. Bradley, D.D.S., Teaching Fellow in Pediatric Dentistry. 

Finn Brudevold, D.D.S., Professor of Dentistry at the Forsyth 
Dental Infirmary for Children. 

Norman T. Budde, D.M.D., Instructor in Pediatric Dentistry. 

Duane F. Carbone, D.M.D., Instructor in Dental Medicine. 

Richard S. Carroll, Ph.D., Assistant to the Dean of the School of 
Dental Medicine for Planning and Development. 

George Christman, D.M.D., Instructor in Oral Surgery. 

Carl G. Cohen, D.M.D., Instructor in Pediatric Dentistry. 

Melvin I. Cohen, D.M.D., Associate Clinical Professor of Ortho- 
dontics. 

Vera Coklica, D.D.S., Research Fellow in Dental Medicine. 

Willard A. Coy, D.M.D., Instructor in Prosthetic Dentistry. 

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Miles A. Crenshaw, Ph.D., Instructor in Physiology at the 
Forsyth Dental Infirmary for Children. 

Tabajara Gaucho Da Costa, D.D.S., Research Fellow in Dental 
Medicine. 

Vincent DeAngelis, D.M.D., Research Fellow in Orthodontics. 

Herman De Wilde, M.D., D.M.D., Clinical Associate in Oral 
Surgery. 

I. Leon Dogon, L.D.S., D.M.D., Associate in Operative Dentistry 
at the Forsyth Dental Infirmary for Children. 

Joel P. Douglas, D.M.D., Instructor in Orthodontics. 

John D. Doykos, 3D, D.M.D., Assistant in Pediatric Dentistry. 

James M. Dunning, D.D.S., M.P.H., Professor of Ecological 
Dentistry. 

Joel Dunsky, D.D.S., Instructor in Dental Medicine. 

Harold L. Ehrlich, D.M.D., Assistant Clinical Professor of Pros- 
thetic Dentistry. 

Henry D. Epstein, D.M.D., Clinical Associate in Periodontology. 

James W. Etherington, D.M.D., Assistant Clinical Professor of 
Operative Dentistry. 

Robert E. Evans, D.M.D., Teaching Fellow in Dental Medicine. 

David J. Farrell, D.M.D., Assistant Clinical Professor of Prosthe- 
tic Dentistry. 

Robert W. Fasciano, D.M.D., Instructor in Periodontology. 

Norton Fishman, D.M.D., Instructor in Prosthetic Dentistry. 

George Freedman, M.A., Lecturer on Prosthetic Dentistry. 

Stephen H. Gamm, D.M.D., Research Fellow in Orthodontics. 

Philias R. Garant, D.M.D., Research Fellow in Periodontology. 

Ronald J. Gellert, Ph.D., Research Fellow in Physiology in the 
School of Dental Medicine. 

Irwin I. Getz, D.D.S., Instructor in Prosthetic Dentistry. 

Ronald J. Gibbons, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Bacteriology at 
the Forsyth Dental Infirmary for Children. 

Donald B. Giddon, D.M.D., Lecturer on Ecological Dentistry. 

Robert L. Glass, D.M.D., Dr.P.H., Associate Clinical Professor 
of Ecological Dentistry and Director of Clinical Services. 

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Harold S. Gold, D.M.D., Instructor in Prosthetic Dentistry. 

Paul Goldhaber, D.D.S., Associate Professor of Periodontology 
and Tutor in Dental Sciences. 

Joel Goldin, D.M.D., Instructor in Prosthetic Dentistry. 

Lorne M. Golub, D.A4.D., Research Fellow in Periodontology. 

Dwight F. Gordon, Ph.D., Research Fellow in Bacteriology at 
the Forsyth Dental Infirmary for Children. 

George David Gordon, D.M.D., Research Fellow in Periodontol- 
ogy- 

Hideo Goto, D.D.S., Research Fellow in Orthodontics. 

Louis Harvey Green, D.M.D., Research Fellow in Periodontol- 
ogy- 

Ronald Alan Greenspan, D.D.S., Research Fellow in Ortho- 
dontics. 

Roy O. Greep, Ph.D., D.Sc. (hon.), Professor of Anatomy in the 
School of Dental Medicine and Dean. 

Anna-Marie Gr0n, D.D.S., Associate in Orthodontics at the 
Forsyth Dental Infirmary for Children. 

Poul Gr0n, D.D.M., Assistant Professor of Dentistry at the For- 
syth Dental Infirmary for Children. 

Walter C. Guralnick, D.M.D., Associate Clinical Professor of 
Oral Surgery. 

Stephen H. Halem, D.M.D., Research Fellow in Dental Aiedicine 

Lewis B. Harden, D.M.D., Teaching Fellow in Dental iMedicine. 

E. Robert Haynes, D.M.D., Instructor in Operative Dentistry. 

John W. Hein, D.M.D., Ph.D., Professor of Dentistry at the For- 
syth Dental Infirmary for Children and Director, Forsyth 
Dental Infirmary for Children. 

Francisco Hernandez-Oquendo, D.M.D., M.P.H., Research Fel- 
low in Ecological Dentistry. 

Terrence D. Hoover, D.M.D., Instructor in Pediatric Dentistry. 

Louise W. Hord, B.S., Lecturer on Ecological Dentistry. 

Minoru Horiuchi, D.M.D., Instructor in Dental Medicine. 

James T. Irving, Ph.D., M.D., Professor of Physiology at the 
Forsyth Dental Infirmary for Children. 

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Theodore M. Jackamcz, Ph.D., Research Fellow in Biological 
Chemistry in the School of Dental Medicine. 

Leif B. Johannessen, D.M.D., Research Associate in Dental 
Medicine. 

Ronald Johnson, D.D.S., Research Fellow in Pediatric Dentistry. 

Anthony Jong, D.D.S., Research Fellow in Ecological Dentistry 
(from September 15, 1965). 

Paul J. Kalis, D.M.D., Assistant in Periodontology. 

Edward F. Kastelic, D.D.S., Research Fellow in Ecological Den- 
tistry. 

Paul Landis Keyes, Ph.D., Research Fellow in Anatomy in the 
School of Dental Medicine. 

Francis B. T. H. Khouw, D.M.D., Research Fellow in Orthodon- 
tics. 

Peter G. Kimball, D.M.D., Assistant in Dental Medicine. 

Ronald N. Kozlowski, D.D.S., Research Fellow in Pediatric 
Dentistry. 

Alvin A. Krakow, D.D.S., Instructor in Dental iMedicine. 

Walter S. Krawczyk, D.D.S., Research Fellow in Dental iMedi- 
cine. 

Mladen M. Kuftinek, D.M.S., Research Fellow in Orthodontics. 

Donald L. Leake, D.M.D., Research Fellow in Dental Medicine. 

Jesse C. Leatherwood, A.B., Administrative Assistant to the Dean 
of the School of Dental Medicine. 

Clement S. C. Lear, B.D.S., D.M.D., Associate in Orthodontics 
at the Forsyth Dental Infirmary for Children. 

Laure Lebret, D.F.M.P., Associate in Orthodontics at the Forsyth 
Dental Infirmary for Children. 

Gary S. Leske, D.D.S., Research Fellow in Ecological Dentistry. 

Eugene A. Lewis, D.D.S., Research Fellow in Orthodontics. 

Robert C. Lincoln, D.M.D., Instructor in Oral Surgery. 

John B. Little, Ai.D., Assistant Professor of Radiobiology. 

Arthur V. Lombardi, D.D.S., Research Fellow in Orthodontics. 

Paul K. Losch, D.D.S., Associate Professor of Pediatric Dentistry 
at The Children's Hospital and Chief of the Dental Service at 
The Children's Hospital Medical Center. 



SCHOOL OF DENTAL MEDICINE 

Gordon J. Macdonald, Ph.D., Research Associate in Physiology 
in the School of Dental Medicine. 

Robert J. Matusow, D.M.D., Instructor in Operative Dentistry. 

Edwin S. Mehlman, D.D.S., M.Sc.D., Instructor in Dental 
Medicine. 

Gilbert H. Meyer, Jr., D.M.D., Research Fellow in Orthodon- 
tics. 

Steven A. Miller, D.M.D., Assistant in Periodontology. 

Peter B. Mills, D.D.S., Research Fellow in Orthodontics. 

Richard L. Miner, D.D.S., Instructor in Oral Surgery. 

Coenraad F. A. Moorrees, D.D.S., Professor of Orthodontics at 
the Forsyth Dental Infirmary for Children. 

Edward M. Morin, D.M.D., Instructor in Orthodontics. 

James E. Mulvihill, D.M.D., Research Fellow in Periodontology. 

Richard L. Myerson, M.S., Lecturer on Prosthetic Dentistry. 

John Nalbandian, D.A4.D., Assistant Professor of Operative 
Dentistry. 

J. Howard Oaks, D.M.D., Lecturer on Dentistry, Tutor in 
Medical Science, and Associate Dean of the School of Dental 
Medicine for Student Affairs. 

Peter Ofner, Ph.D., Research Associate in Pharmacology in the 
School of Dental Medicine. 

Gerald L. O'Neill, D.A4.D., Lecturer in Operative Dentistry. 

Alan B. Perkin, D.D.S., Research Fellow in Periodontology. 

E. Albert Petersen, D.iM.D., Assistant in Pediatric Dentistry. 

Bela E. Piacsek, Ph.D., Research Fellow in Physiology in the 
School of Dental Medicine. 

Earle H. Rosenberg, D.M.D., Instructor in Dental Medicine. 

Julian M. Rothblatt, D.M.D., Instructor in Orthodontics. 

Stephen S. Rothman, D.D.S., Ph.D., Instructor in Physiology in 
the School of Dental Medicine. 

Eiko Sairenji, D.M.S., Research Associate in Dentistry. 

Christian Schwabe, D.D.S., Ph.D., Associate in Biological Chem- 
istry in the School of Dental A4edicine. 

Aly M. Sharawy, F.D.S.R.C.S., Research Fellow in Dental 
A4edicine. 

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James H. Shaw, Ph.D., Professor of Nutrition in the School of 
Dental Medicine. 

Masaharu Shimizu, D.D.S., Research Fellow in Periodontology. 

Leonard B. Shulman, D.M.D., Research Associate in Oral Sur- 
gery. 

Sigmund S. Socransky, D.D.S., Assistant Professor of Perio- 
dontology at the Forsyth Dental Infirmary for Children. 

Rune S. A. Soremark, D.D.S., Ph.D., Visiting Professor of 
Dentistry. 

James H. Sowles, D.M.D., Instructor in Operative Dentistry. 

Ralph B. Sozio, D.M.D., A4.S., Instructor in Prosthetic Dentistry. 

Morton Speck, D.M.D., Instructor in Orthodontics. 

J. Henry Stempien, D.M.D., Assistant in Dental Medicine. 

Burt D. Stern, D.M.D., Associate in Periodontology. 

Joseph M. Stolman, D.M.D., M.S., Instructor in Periodontology. 

Stephen Stone, D.M.D., Assistant in Periodontology. 

Moses S. Strock, D.M.D., Associate Clinical Professor of Dental 
Medicine. 

Peter E. Strock, D.D.S., Research Fellow in Dental Medicine. 

Lennard T. Swanson, D.M.D., Clinical Associate in Orthodontics. 

Edward A. Sweeney, D.M.D., Associate in Pediatric Dentistry. 

Armen H. Tashjian, Jr., M.D., Assistant Professor of Pharma- 
cology in the School of Dental Aiedicine. 

G. Earl Thompson, D.M.D., Clinical Professor of Operative 
Dentistry. 

Myron J. Van Leeuwen, D.D.S., Assistant Clinical Professor of 
Operative Dentistry. 

Vito Vrbic, D.M.D., Research Fellow in Dental Medicine. 

John T. Waldron, Jr., D.D.S., Research Fellow in Orthodontics. 

Robert J. Watson, D.M.D., Teaching Fellow in Pediatric Den- 
tistry. 

Robert F. Watton, D.M.D., Lecturer on Pediatric Dentistry. 

Melvyn Weinstock, D.D.S., Research Fellow in Orthodontics. 

William D. Wellock, D.M.D., M.P.H., Lecturer on Ecological 
Dentistry. 

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Herbert Wells, D.M.D., Assistant Professor of Dentistry, Tutor 
in Medical Science, and Director of the Clinic. 

Philip H. White, D.M.D., Lecturer on Oral Surgery. 

William L. Wilson, D.M.D., Lecturer on Orthodontics. 

Roy E. Wuthier, Ph.D., Associate in Biological Chemistry at 
the Forsyth Dental Infirmary for Children. 

Peter K. Yen, D.M.D., Clinical Associate in Orthodontics. 



Affiliated: 

Albert L. Jones, M.D., Instructor in Anatomy. 

John A. Long, Ph.D., Research Fellow in Anatomy. 

Eugene J. Nathan, L.L.B., Associate Director of Development 
of the Faculty of Medicine. 

U. Ingrid Richardson, Ph.D., Research Fellow in Pharmacology. 

Herbert A. Shaw, A.B., Director of A4edical Information with 
the University News Office. 

George F. Wilgram, M.D., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Der- 
matology. 



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ANNOUNCEMENT OF COURSES 

During the first two academic years, dental and medical students 
pursue courses of study that are alike in philosophy and objectives 
but that differ in content. Special exercises have been devised for 
dental and medical students to illustrate for each group how the basic 
sciences serve their respective professions. Tutorial study of dental 
students is under the direction of the dental staff. 

As the entering classes are limited, it is possible to reduce the time 
usually involved in courses of dental techniques. Individual instruc- 
tion, demonstrations, seminars, and conferences replace the traditional 
lecture system to a large degree. 

A program to instruct third and fourth year students in effective 
use of ancillary dental personnel provides experience for each student 
in the performance of clinical procedures with the aid of a trained 
dental assistant or hygienist. Auxiliarv personnel are also utilized to 
relieve the student of a variety of routine but time-consuming tasks. 

Introduction to the Health Sciences. First year. First two weeks 
after Labor Day. Professor Shaw. Drs. Sweeney, Wuthier, 
Carbone, and Guest Lecturers. 
In this laboratory and lecture course, selected fundamental con- 
cepts learned in college sciences are considered in relation to health 
and disease in man as demonstrations of the vital relevance of 
scientific information for the understanding and solving of biologi- 
cal problems by the student and the dentist. 

Oral Histology and Pathophysiology. Second year. Dr. Gold- 
haber and Associates. 
A seminar and laboratory course devoted primarily to the growth 
and development of the tooth and surrounding structures and the 
pathology of these tissues. Special lectures concerning biochemistry, 
physiology, experimental pathology, and epidemiology are included. 

Fundamentals of Occlusion. Third year. Dr. Epstein and Asso- 
ciates. 
This course represents a combined effort of many disciplines to 
provide basic information on the stomatognathic system as a back- 
ground for an understanding of occlusion. 

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Dental Anatomy. First semester, third year. Assistant Professors 
Van Leeuwen and Nalbandian. 
Instruction in dental anatomy and tooth morphology. Special 
emphasis is placed on individual tooth form and the relationship of 
the tooth in the dental arch to adjacent teeth, opposing teeth and 
supporting tissue. Technique practice in reproduction of tooth form 
is stressed using natural extracted teeth. 

Nutrition. Third year. Professor Shaw and Dr. Sweeney. 

Discussion of relations of nutrition to the development, maturation 
and maintenance of the oral tissues. Discussion of nutritional require- 
ments, relative values of various foods and the preparation of diet 
histories. Clinic practice in the evaluation of diet histories and in the 
development of suitable recommendations for the patient. 

Oral Histopathology. Third year. Associate Professor Goldhaber; 
Drs. Nalbandian, Stern, Stone, and Kalis. 
The course consists of weekly two hour sessions composed of 
lectures, laboratory and student reports on the literature. The subject 
matter includes the histology and pathology (light microscopy and 
electron microscopy) of teeth and pulp, periodontium, oral mucosa, 
salivary glands and bone. Attempts are made to correlate the micro- 
scopic picture with the clinical findings. Emphasis is placed on ex- 
perimental pathology. 

Dental Medicine. Third and fourth years. Associate Professor 
Guralnick, Drs. Agranat, Carbone, Krawczyk, Leake, Rosen- 
berg, P. Strock. 
A course devoted to the diagnosis and treatment of oral diseases, 
i.e., diseases of the periodontium, dental pulp, oral mucosa and other 
oral structures together with their correlation to systemic conditions. 
Lectures, seminars, clinical practice and observation are given both 
in the School Dental Clinic and at the Massachusetts General Hospi- 
tal. Assignments are also made at the Peter Bent Brigham Hospital. 
Infirmary procedures, identification of oral structures, methods of 
oral examination, history taking, and common methods of diagnosis 
for dental and oral disease are given in both years, supplemented by 
practice in the general clinic. 

Ecological Dentistry. Third and fourth years. Professor Dunning 
and Associate Clinical Professor Glass; Drs. Hunt, Giddon, and 

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Wellock of the School of Dental Medicine; Dr. Baldwin of 
the Forsyth Dental Center; Drs. Schmidt, Pechansky, and 
Young of the School of Public Health; and Dr. King of the 
University Health Services. 
The goal of this Department is to relate dentistry to the environ- 
ment in which dental diseases occur and in which dentists must 
work. The teaching program of the Department includes application 
of statistical methods to the problems of dental disease in population 
groups, the place of various types of disease prevention, the relation 
of the dentist to society, and the scope of dentistry in comprehensive 
health service. 

In the third year, the course begins with material on behavior 
problems of patients, especially children. Next comes a section on 
biostatistics, a continuation from material presented earlier. Preven- 
tive dentistry, epidemiology of dental disease, and the educational, 
cultural, and organizational problems of dental public health pro- 
grams occupy the rest of the year. Visits are made to a fluoridation 
installation and a health center. Caries control procedures are car- 
ried out with selected clinic patients. Following this year's instruc- 
tion, the student makes a survey of the health resources in a com- 
munity of his choice. 

In the fourth year, psychosocial problems in dentistry are taken 
up first. Then comes material on organization and financing of 
dental care programs, dental practice management, ethics and juris- 
prudence. Interview techniques and further caries control proce- 
dures are carried out with clinic patients. 

Endodontics. Third and fourth years. Dr. Matusow and Associates. 

In the third year, the student learns a clinical interpretation of 
pulpal and periapical disease, with a rationale for root canal therapy. 
Fundamental concepts in pathology, bacteriology and other preclini- 
cal sciences are correlated with the course. Basic endodontic proce- 
dures are introduced through lectures, laboratory techniques, and 
clinical demonstrations prior to the treatment of patients. 

In the fourth year, clinical experience is amplified with lectures, 
seminars, and case discussions. More complex endodontic procedures, 
in addition to periapical surgery, are introduced. 

Throughout the course, the integration of endodontics with re- 

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lated dental disciplines is emphasized. The student obtains a perspec- 
tive of the subject as a part of the total oral health picture. 

Operative Dentistry. Third and fourth years. Assistant Professor 
Nalbandian; Drs. Thompson, Etherington, Van Leeuwen, 
Dogon, Bailey, Haynes, Matusow, and Sowles. 

Throughout the two year course, emphasis is placed upon early 
student-patient contact with immediate clinical application of treat- 
ment procedures. In the third year, instruction is given in oral 
hygiene and the clinical aspects of caries and other dental diseases. 
By way of lectures, demonstrations, and individual chairside discus- 
sions, the student develops proficiency in examination, diagnosis, and 
treatment planning. Most of the current techniques of cavity prepara- 
tion utilizing conventional and high speeds are given, in conjunction 
with study of the various types of restorative materials. 

In the fourth year, gold foil restorations are taught; some recently 
developed procedures are introduced and clinical practice in all 
phases of operative dentistry continues. 

Oral Surgery. Third and fourth years. Associate Professor Gural- 
nick, Drs. Agranat, Booth, Christman, De Wilde, Evans, 
Kimball, Lincoln, Miner, Olin, Rosenberg, Shulman, Stem- 
pion, and White. 
Early in the third year the students receive instruction in the basic 
operative techniques of general and oral surgery at the surgical 
laboratories of the Massachusetts General Hospital. These prelimi- 
nary exercises are followed by lectures, seminars, and clinical practice 
of oral surgery and anesthesiology at the School of Dental Medicine 
clinic. 

In the fourth year students are assigned to the Massachusetts Gen- 
eral Hospital as clinical clerks on the Dental Service. At the hospital 
more extensive surgery of the oral cavity including traumatic in- 
juries to the face and jaws is observed. The student takes active part 
in the study and treatment of such cases. Additional training in oral 
surgery is made available at the Boston City Hospital. 

Orthodontics. Third and fourth years. Professor C. F. A. Moor- 
rees; Drs. A. M. Gr0n, Lear, Lebret, Swanson, and Douglas. 
The treatment of patients with different occlusal anomalies, in col- 
laboration with postgraduate Fellows, provides a means to become 

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thoroughly familiar with clinical aspects of orthodontics during the 
third and fourth years. This experience adds a measure of perspective 
for the theoretical part of the course that consists of lectures, seminars, 
and diagnostic conferences. Emphasis is placed on growth and de- 
velopment, cephalometrics, as well as specific phases of genetics, 
biostatistics, anthropology and histology. Clinical demonstrations and 
laboratory technique exercises serve to enhance comprehension of 
treatment procedures. Patients are obtained from the Forsyth Dental 
Infirmary for Children, while the cleft palate clinic of the Children's 
Hospital Medical Center collaborates in the teaching efforts. The 
over-all objective of the course is to develop sound judgment as a 
basis for diagnosis and care of children in clinical practice. 

Pediatric Dentistry. Third and fourth years. Associate Professor 
Losch; Drs. Budde, Hoover, C. Cohen, Petersen and Watton. 

Lectures and demonstrations introduce the subject in the third year 
with emphasis on the physical and psychological development of the 
child. During the pedodontic clinic, the student practices routine 
dental care for children. Treatment planning and an understanding 
of dental development are stressed. 

The fourth year student continues to practice in the pedodontic 
clinic. Lectures and clinic procedures now stress the preventive 
aspects in children's dentistry, especially patient and parent education 
in oral hygiene and personal caries control as well as space main- 
tenance, correction of oral habits, and tooth guidance. 

In addition, the senior student visits the Dental Department of the 
Children's Hospital Medical Center where he is exposed to the 
management of the unusual cases best seen in a hospital atmosphere, 
as well as observing dental rehabilitation procedures performed by the 
hospital dental staff in the main operating rooms. Special emphasis 
is given those patients whose systemic disease includes oral manifesta- 
tions. 

Periodontics. Third and fourth years. Associate Professor Goldhaber; 

Drs. Epstein, Nalbandian, Stern, Fasciano, Kalis, Miller, and 

Stone. 
The student is taught to recognize and diagnose periodontal disease 
and to comprehend its pathogenesis. He is expected to understand 
the role of local etiological factors as well as the part played by 
systemic disease in modifying tissue response to local irritations. 

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With regard to therapy, emphasis is placed on the elimination of 
local factors and the institution of preventive procedures. In addition, 
he is taught the principles of occlusal equilibration and splinting of 
loose teeth. All students are required to perform periodontal surgery. 

Prosthetic Dentistry. Third and fourth years. Visiting Professor 
Soremark; Drs. Ehrlich, Farrell, Atwood, Fishman, Gold, 
Goldin, Getz, and Kushnir. 
Prosthetic dentistry which includes complete, fixed and removable 
prosthesis is taught in the third and fourth years. Through lectures, 
conferences and demonstrations the student receives clinical and 
laboratory instruction in the anatomy and physiology of the mouth 
as it applies to prosthetic dentistry, and in the materials and tech- 
niques of prosthetic restoration directed toward oral health, function 
and aesthetics. Every effort is made to provide early clinic contacts 
and to teach techniques on clinic cases. The high teacher-student 
ratio, small classes and special physical facilities favor this type of 
instruction. 

Research Project. Third and fourth years. Dr. Wells and Others. 
In order to gain a more realistic appreciation of the nature of scien- 
tific research, all students of the Harvard School of Dental Medicine, 
as a requirement for graduation, participate in a laboratory or clinical 
investigation of their own choosing. By the end of the first semester 
of the third year, the student has chosen a research supervisor from 
the faculty and the subject to be investigated. He presents a plan for 
his research project in the form of a seminar at the beginning of the 
second semester. During the rest of the third year, and in some cases 
during the summer months, he attempts to master the techniques 
necessary for his work. During the fourth year, with the advice and 
aid of the faculty research supervisor, the project is carried forward, 
and at the end of the year, the student presents a seminar summa- 
rizing his results. Both the third and fourth year seminars are also 
required in written form for permanent reference in the Library. 

Roentgenology. Third and fourth years. Visiting Professor Sore- 
mark and Dr. DeWilde. 
Principles of applied roentgenology and the interpretation of radio- 
graphs, with consideration of the electro-physical basis of roentgen- 

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ology, are covered in the third year. Practice in radiological tech- 
nique and interpretation is given in both years. 

Surgical Anatomy of the Head and Neck. Fourth year elective 

offered to selected students for two full weeks in February. 

Assistant Clinical Professor Guralnick and Dr. Edwards from 

the Medical School. 

The course is designed primarily to enable the student through his 

own dissections to gain knowledge of the anatomy of operative oral 

surgery. 

The first week is spent in doing eight regional dissections. The 
second week is devoted to performing specific surgical procedures 
with emphasis on anatomical dissection. The laboratory exercises 
are supplemented by lectures and by the use of motion pictures. 

Eligibility for admission is determined by the Fourth Year Promo- 
tion Board to whom application should be made by letter prior to 
December first of the senior year. 



Course for Dental Graduates 

The following course is given in cooperation with the Committee 
on Courses for Graduates of the Faculty of Medicine. 

Dental Medicine i. Dr. Roy O. Greep and Associates. 

This course is designed for dental teachers, foreign students of 
special ability, and others who wish to combine clinical study with 
elective research in the laboratories of the School. Only a very small 
number of students will be admitted. Curriculum will be designed 
to meet individual needs and the entire facilities of the School may 
be utilized. Tuition will be at the rate of $2000 annually. 

Four or eight months, October through January and/or February 
through May; daily, all day, except Saturday afternoons. Attendance 
limited. 



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Division 


OF 


Hours 






for the Third and Fourth Years 




Dental Anatomy 
Fundamentals of Occlusion 






Third 
Year 

79 

l 5 


Fourth 
Year 


Genetics and Anthropology 

\Infritinn 






16 
16 

77 
42 




1> Ll 111 11U11 

Oral Histopathology 
Dental Medicine 






65 


Ecological Dentistry 
Endodontics 






39 
30 


21 

78 


Operative Dentistry 
Oral Surgery 
Orthodontics 






398 

7" 

171 


305 

96 

136 


Pediatric Dentistry 
Periodontics 






34 
135 


93 
144 


Prosthetic Dentistry 
Research Project Seminars 






649 
12 


494 
12 


Roentgenology 
Clinical Pharmacology 
Surgical Anatomy of the Head 


and 


Neck 


8 


19 

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DEGREES CONFERRED 

On June 16, 1966 Thirteen Degrees were Conferred 
as Follows: 

D.M.D. 
Hrair H Atikian, a.b. (New York Univ.) 1962. 
Robert Edward Binder, s.b. (Northeastern Univ.) i960. 
Charles Raymond Bo wen, a.b. (Susquehanna Univ.) 1962. 
Lawrence Marvin Gettleman, a.b. (Rutgers — The State Univ.) 

1962. 
George David Gordon, a.b. (Bowdoin Coll.) 1961. 
Jiles Leslie Robinson, Jr., a.b. 1962. 
Carl Leonard Siegel, a.b. (Lafayette Coll.) 1962. 
Robert Louis Stanley, a.b. (Coll. of the Holy Cross) 1962. 

D.M.D. cum laude for Thesis in a Special Field 
John Mason Cotmore (Te?nple Univ., 1960-62). 
Francis John Manasek, a.b. (New York Univ.) 1961. 
Kenneth Richmond Wing, a.b. (Wesley an Univ.) 1962. 

D.M.D. cum laude 
Robert Manuel Gracia, a.b. (Coll. of the Holy Cross) 1962. 
James Edward Mulvihill, a.b. (Coll. of the Holy Cross) 1962. 



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Fourth Year Class (1967) 

JAnapolle, Steven Eric (Boston Univ.) Newton Centre 

Bailes, Charles Seiler, a.b. (Susquehanna Univ.) 1956. [Hahnemann 

Medical Coll.]. Williamsport, Pa. 

Balaban, Stuart James, s.b. (New York Univ.) 1963. New York, N.Y. 
Dick, Douglas Shelton a.b. (Yale Univ.) 1963. Wellesley Hills 

DonorT, Robert Bruce, s.b. (Brooklyn Coll. of The City Univ. of New 

York) 1963. Brooklyn, N.Y. 

JElias, Arthur Charles (Brandeis Univ.). Westbury, N.Y. 

Goldberg, Norman Leon, a.b. (Brandeis Univ.) 1963. Newton 

Hilzenrath, Stephen Sidney, a.b. (Brandeis Univ.) 1963. 

New York, N. Y. 
Hirschman, Richard David, a.b. (Brooklyn Coll. of The City Univ. 

of New York) 1963. Brooklyn, N.Y. 

Knoettner, Philip Val, a.b. (Dartmouth Coll.) 1963. Bedford, N. H. 
Mopsik, Edward Robert, s.b. (Queens Coll. of The City Univ. of New 

York) 1963. Forest Hills, N.Y. 

Mosadomi, Hezekiah Adeyemi, s.b. (Mt. Union Coll.) 1962. [Univ. 

of Rochester School of Medicine]. Osogbo, Nigeria 

Perkell, Joseph Shaile, s.b. (Massachusetts Inst, of Technology) 1962. 

Coral Gables, Fla. 
Rowan, Michael Edward, a.b. 1963. Wellesley Hills 

tSande, David Lewis, (Univ. of North Dakota) Grand Forks, N. Dak. 
Scharke, Clifford Craig, a.b. (New York Univ.) 1963. Jamaica, N. Y. 
Soremark, Sven Arnold Rune, b.a. (Vaster as Coll.) 1948. [Karolinska 

Institute, Royal School of Dentistry]. Um'ea, Sweden 

Super, Stuart, a.b. (New York Univ.) 1963. Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Third Year Class (1968) 

Cashion, Paul David, a.b. (Coll. of the Holy Cross) 1964. Roslindale 
§D.innerman, Peter Michael (Univ. of New Hampshire) 

Portsmouth, N. H. 

t Admitted on basis of three years' college work. 

n.b. Where the college name is omitted, the college is Harvard; where 
the state is omitted, the state is Massachusetts. 

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JFrank, Robert Allen (Queens Coll. of The City Univ. of New York) 

Flushing, N. Y. 
JGorT, Paul Henry (Fairleigh Dickinson Univ.) Plainview, N. Y. 

:{: Goldstein, Gary Stephen (Univ. of Connecticut) Norwalk, Conn. 
Maron, Sheldon Steven, s.b. (Boston Coll.) 1964. Revere 

tRoser, Steven Malcolm (Middlebury Coll.) West Newton 

Seldin, Edward Bert, s.b. (Tufts Univ.) 1964. New York, N. Y. 

Shaver, Richard Odell, a.b. (Univ. of Colorado) 1956. [Univ. of 

Colorado School of Medicine]. Denver, Colo. 

tTrauring, Charles Maurice (Columbia Univ.) New York, N. Y. 

§Walling, Marlin Worth (Sacramento State Coll.) 

Sacramento, Calif. 

Second Year Class (1969) 

Altman, Leonard Charles, a.b. (Univ. of Pennsylvania) 1965. 

Flushing, N.Y. 
tBaer, Warren Sheldon (Boston Univ.) Woburn 

JBauer, Reginald Alexander (Univ. of California at Los Angeles) 

Los Angeles, Calif. 
tBreyan, David Edward (Boston Univ.) West Roxbury 

Evans, Bruce Eugene, a.b. (Williams Coll.) 1965. Portland, Maine 
Foord, William Dennis, s.b. (Wesley an Univ.) 1965. 

Garden City, N.Y. 
Haddad, Raymond David, a.b. (Univ. of New Hampshire) 1965. 

Methuen 
HymorT, Richard Steven, a.b. (Brandeis Univ.) 1965. Brookline 
Isenstadt, Lester, s.b. (Boston Univ.) 1964. Cambridge 

tKaban, Leonard Bruce, a.b. (QueeJis Coll. of The City Univ. of 
New York) 1966. Flushing, N.Y. 

Kallio, Donald Michael, a.b. (Coll. of the Holy Cross) 1965. 

Worcester 
^Leaf, Robert Jay (Cornell Univ.) Harrison, N.Y. 

Piecuch, Joseph Francis, a.b. (Univ. of Massachusetts) 1965. 

Indian Orchard 
$Rothman, Kenneth Jay, a.b. (Colgate Univ.) 1966. Long Beach, N.Y. 

t Admitted on basis of three years' college work. 
§ Admitted on basis of four years' college work. 

n.b. Where the college name is omitted, the college is Harvard; where 
the state is omitted, the state is Massachusetts. 

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STUDENTS 

Shay, Norbert James, Jr., s.b. {Siena Coll.) 1965. Menands, N.Y. 
Weiner, Allen Lewis, a.b. {Yeshiva Univ.) 1965. Winthrop 

First Year Class (1970) 

Abbatiello, Vincent Jerome, a.b. {Cornell Univ.) 1966. 

Westbury, N.Y. 
Colchamiro, Stephen A., s.b. {Brooklyn Coll.) 1966. Brooklyn, N.Y. 
Commette, James Albert, s.b. {Coll. of the Holy Cross) 1966. 

Beverly 
Coppe, Michael Richard, a.b. {Fordham Coll.) 1966. 

New Britain, Conn. 
Costello, John Patrick, s.b. {Fairfield Univ.) 1966. Maspeth, N.Y. 

Diehl, Kenneth Robert, a.b. {Cornell Univ.) 1966. Harrisburg, Fa. 
Frankel, Jerold Martin, a.b. {Amherst Coll.) 1966. Atlanta, Ga. 

Krohn, Melvyn Richard, s.b. {Brooklyn Coll.) 1966. Brooklyn, N.Y. 
Liebow, Charles, a.b. (New York Univ.) 1966. Brooklyn, N.Y. 

Thornton Malcolm Edward, s.b. (Fairleigh Dickinso?i Univ.) 1966. 

Glastonbury, Conn. 

n.b. Where the college name is omitted, the college is Harvard; where 
the state is omitted, the state is Massachusetts. 

Dental School Summary 1966-67 

Fourth Year 18 

Third Year 11 

Second Year 16 

First Year 10 

Total 55 



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Colleges Represented 



Amherst College 

Boston College 

Boston University 

Brandeis University 

Brooklyn College of The City 
University of New York . . 

California, University of, at Los 
Angeles 

Colgate University 

Colorado, University of . . . 

Columbia University .... 

Connecticut, University of . . 

Cornell University 

Dartmouth College 

Fairfield University 

Fairleigh Dickinson University . 

Fordham College 

Harvard University 

Holy Cross, College of the . . 

Massachusetts, University of . 

Massachusetts Inst, of Tech- 
nology 

Middlebury College 



i Mt. Union College i 

i New Hampshire, University of 2 

4 New York University .... 4 

4 North Dakota, University of . . 1 

Pennsylvania, University of . . 1 
4 Queens College of The City 

University of New York . . 3 

Sacramento State College ... 1 

Siena College 1 

Susequehanna University ... 1 

Tufts University 1 

Vasteras College 1 

Wesleyan University .... 1 

Williams College 1 

Yale University 1 

Yeshiva University 1 



Total number of students 



55 



Number of colleges represented 35 
Number of college graduates . 41 
Number of non-graduates . . 14 



Medical Schools Represented by Students Who 

Entered Harvard School of Dental Medicine 

with Advanced Standing 



Colorado, University of, School 

of jMedicine 

Hahnemann Medical College . 



Karolinska Institute, Royal 
School of Dentistry .... 1 

Rochester, University of, School 
of Medicine 1 



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PROFESSORS EMERITI 



Fuller Albright, m.d. 
Joseph C. Aub, m.d. 
Theodore L. Badger, m.d. 
George P. Berry, m.d. 
Grete L. Bibring, m.d. 
Herrman L. Blumgart, m.d. 
C. Sidney Burwell, m.d. 

Allan M. Butler, m.d. 
Edward D. Churchill, m.d. 
Stanley Cobb, m.d. 

Edwin B. Dunphy, m.d. 



Jacob Fine, m.d. 
Cyrus H. Fiske, m.d. 
Felix G. Fleischner, m.d. 
Chester N. Frazier, m.d. 

A. Baird Hastings, ph.d. 

Parker Heath, m.d. 

Ives Hendrick, m.d. 

A. LeRoy Johnson, d.m.d. 

Chester M. Jones, m.d. 
Varaztad H. Kazanjian, m.d. 
Otto Krayer, m.d. 

William E. Ladd, m.d. 

Erich Lindemann, m.d. 
Charles C. Lund, m.d. 



Professor of Medicine 

Professor of Research Medicine 

Clinical Professor of Medicine 

Professor of Bacteriology 

Clinical Professor of Psychiatry 

Professor of Medicine 

Samuel A. Levine Professor of 
Medicine 

Professor of Pediatrics 

John Homans Professor of Surgery 

Bullard Professor of Neuropa- 
thology 

Henry Willard Williams Professor 
of Ophthalmology at the Massa- 
chusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary 

Professor of Surgery 

Professor of Biological Chemistry 

Clinical Professor of Radiology 

Edward Wigglesworth Professor 
of Dermatology 

Hamilton Kuhn Professor of Bi- 
ological Chemistry 

Clinical Professor of Ophthalmol- 
ogy 

Clinical Professor of Psychiatry 

Professor of Clinical Dentistry 

(died January 26, 1967) 
Clinical Professor of Medicine 
Professor of Plastic Surgery 
Gustavus Adolphus PfeifTer Pro- 
fessor of Pharmacology 
William E. Ladd Professor of 

Child Surgery 
Professor of Psychiatry 
Clinical Professor of Surgery 



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Leland S. McKittrick, m.d. 
J. Howard Means, m.d. 

Philip E. Meltzer, m.d. 
Francis C. Newton, m.d. 

Langdon Parsons, m.d. 
John C. Rock, m.d. 

LeRoY A. SCHALL, M.D. 



George C. Shattuck, m.d. 

Richard M. Smith, m.d. 

Franklin F. Snyder, m.d. 

Harry C. Solomon, m.d. 
Kurt H. Thoma, d.m.d. 



Frederick H. Verhoeff, m.d. 
Shields Warren, m.d. 

James C. White, m.d. 

Louis Wolff, m.d. 
Paul I. Yakovlev, m.d. 



Clinical Professor of Surgery 
Jackson Professor of Clinical Medi- 
cine 
Clinical Professor of Otology 
Clinical Professor of Surgery 

(died February 14, 1967) 
Clinical Professor of Gynecology 
Clinical Professor of Gynecology 
Walter Augustus Lecompte Pro- 
fessor of Otology and Professor 
of Laryngology 
Clinical Professor of Tropical 

Medicine 
Thomas Morgan Rotch Professor 

of Pediatrics 
Associate Professor of Anatomy 

and Obstetrics 
Professor of Psychiatry 
Professor of Oral Surgery and 
Charles A. Brackett Professor of 
Oral Pathology 
Professor of Ophthalmic Research 
Professor of Pathology at the New 

England Deaconess Hospital 
Professor of Surgery at the Massa- 
chusetts General Hospital 
Clinical Professor of Medicine 
Clinical Professor of Neuropathol- 
ogy 



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OFFICERS OF ADMINISTRATION 
AND INSTRUCTION 



PAGE 

Aaronson, L. D. 129 

Abbruzzese, A 140 

Abe, M 315 

Abelmann, W. H 132 

Abraham, A. S 193 

Abramof, I. R. K 105 

Abrams, A. L 260 

Abrams, J 144 

Abramson, D 170 

Abramson, E. A 146 

Abriel, A. G 240 

Abroms, I. F 164 

Abuel-Bernardino, E 129 

Achenbach, H 260 

Ackerman, LP 140 

Ackroyd, F. W 260 

Adams, E. C 193 

Adams, H. D 259 

Adams, J. G., Jr 260 

Adams, R. D 162 

Adams, R. A 193 

Adams, T. W 203 

Adamson, L. F 135 

Adar, R 269 

Adelson, W. J 205 

Adelstein, S. J 104, 153, 251 

Ades, F 140 

Adler, G 230 

Adler, M. H 233 

Aeschliman, B. L 237 

Agranat, B. J 315 

Aiello, L. M 179 

Aird, G 243 

Aisenberg, A. C 133 

Akbarian, M 152 

Aktipis, S 120 

Alarcon, R 194 

Albers, W. H 206 

Albert, H. S 229 

Albert, J 129 

Alberti, K. G. M 146 



Albright, F 335 

Albright, J. T 315 

Aledort, S. L 243 

Alexander, B 138 

Alexander, S 140 

Algird, J. R 263 

Aliapoulias, M. A 260 

Allam, A. F 189 

Allen, D. W 133 

Allen, H. F 178 

Allers, O. E 203 

Allukian, M., Jr 315 

Almond, D. V 146 

Alper, C. A 139 

Alper, M. H 214,258 

Alpers, D. H 140 

Alpers, J. B 116 

Alpert, D. R 179 

Alpert, J. J 202 

Alpert, M. E 146 

Alshabkhoun, S. A 265 

Altman, G. E 135 

Altman, H. G 233 

Altschule, M. D 133 

Amarasingham, C. R no 

Ambrose, C. T no 

Amdur, B. H 315 

Ames, A., 3rd 259 

Amick, C. J 195 

Amick, R. M 146 

Amir-Ahmadi, H 144 

Amory, R., Jr 8 

Amos, H 109 

Amsterdam, E. A 146 

Anand, R. K 146 

Andell, M. A 315 

Anderson, A. E 195 

Anderson, C. A 174 

Anderson, CD 231 

Anderson, J. P 208 

Andre -Schwartz, J. A no 



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PAGE 

Andresen, J. J 243 

Andresino, M. J 240 

Andrew, N. W 260 

Andrews, J. S., Jr 178, 182 

Andrikides, A. L 183 

Angelini, H. D 188 

Angevine, J. B., Jr 104 

Anliker, J. E 259 

Annino, D. J 205 

Anselmi, R. T 213 

Antonowicz, 1 203 

Aoki, A 105 

Aono, T 174 

Aoyagi, T 146 

Appleton, W. S 233 

Arakgui, J. A 174 

Arky, R. A 135 

Armstrong, D. T 315 

Arnason, B. G. W 163 

Arnovitch, J in 

Aroesty, J. M 144 

Aronow, S 139 

Asbury, A. K 163 

AserkofT, R. D 174 

Ashare, A. B 146 

Ashford, T. P 193 

Ashworth, M. A 185 

Asplen, C. H 146 

Aster, R. H 135 

Astrom, K. E 162 

Atallah, N. K 164 

Atkins, L 192, 199 

Atwood, D. A 315 

Aub, J. C 335 

Aufranc, O. E 183 

August, C. S 208 

Auld, D. S 120 

Austen, G., Jr 259 

Austen, K. F 113, 132 

Austen, W. G 255 

Austin, J. H 173 

Austin, R. C 263 

Autor, S. M 237 

Auty, J. R 185 

Avery, N. C 233 

AvRuskin, T. W 206 

Ayyangar, K. M 146 



PAGE 

Bach-Y-Rita, G 240 

Baden, H. P 128 

Bader, H. 1 315 

Badger, T. L 335 

Baehner, R. L 206 

Baer, G. K 195 

Bailey, C. C 135 

Bailey, G. L 146 

Bailey, H 252 

Bailey, H. K 315 

Bailit, I. W 203 

Bain, J. E 233 

Bain, M. D 233 

Baker, E. P., Jr 263 

Baker, F 231 

Baker, G. P., Jr 140 

Baker, L 141 

Baker, M. P 133 

Baker, W. H 135 

Balazs, E. A 178 

Balboni, V. G 141 

Baldwin, D. C, Jr 201 

Ball, E. G 12, 116 

Ballantine, H. T., Jr 256 

Balodimos, M. C 139 

Balogh, K 193 

Bankole, M. A 265 

Banks, B. M 133 

Banks, H. H 183 

Bard, D. S 174 

Barger, A. C 13, 217 

Baringer, J. R 164 

Barker, R. H 171 

Barlow, C. F 162, 208 

Barlow, J. S 163 

Barlow, J. J 170 

Barnes, A. R. B 174 

Barnes, B. A 258 

Barnett, G. 135 

Barr, A. H., Jr 8 

Barrett, F. F 146 

Barsamian, E. M 258 

Barsch, J. H 265 

Barsh, L. 1 315 

Bartholomay, A. F 133 

Bartlett, M. K 255 

Bartlett, R. H 265 

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Barton, T. C 171 

Bartsocas, C. S 206 

Bass, N. H 164 

Bates, F. D 184 

Battit, G. E 260 

Bauer, F. W 196 

Baum, R. S 206 

Baumann, P 1 1 1 

Baxter, J. P., 3d 8 

Bayles, T. B 133 

Bazan, N. G 120 

Beaser, S. B 135 

Beck,W. S 133 

Becker, P. F 146 

Becker, W. J 173 

Beckwith, J. R 109 

Beecher, H. K 255 

Behan, P. 240 

Behringer, G. E 263 

Bejar, J 144 

Belfer, M. L 243 

Belitsky, P 265 

Bell, E. D., Jr 141 

Bell, N. W 227 

Belleau, L 146 

Belson, M. 171 

Benaron, T 209, 233 

Benda, P. F 265 

Bendixen, H. H 256 

Benedict, P. H 141 

Bengloff, H 263 

Bennett, G. F 7 

Bensam, A. 196 

Benson, H 146 

Berenberg, W 201 

Berenson, R. A 10 

Berezin, M. A 229 

Berg, E. J 265 

Berg, R. B 201 

Berg, S 260 

Bergel, E. W 237 

Berger, S. M 173 

Berlin, C. M., Jr 208 

Berlin, R. D 217 

Berman, J. M 237 

Bernhard, W. F 256 

Bernstein, D. S 135 



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Bernstein, N. R 233 

Bernstein, S. B 243 

Berry, G. P 335 

Berry, P. R 265 

Berry, Y. J 188 

Bertland, A. U 120 

Bethune, J. L 116 

Beuscher, R. B 237 

Beuscher, W. F 233 

Bhardwaj, P 146 

Bhattacharyya, A. K 118 

Biber, T. U. L 139, 218 

Bibring, G. L 335 

Biddinger, J. E 243 

Bierbaum, B. E 185 

Bigelow, E. L 8 

Bigelow, F. S 133 

Bigelow, N. H 194, 199 

Binder, R. E 315 

Binstock, W. A 233 

Birbari, A. E 139 

Birchard, W. H 144 

Bird, K. T 135 

Birger, D 243 

Birk, C. L 237 

Birkenfeld, R 263 

Birtch, A. G 260 

Black, H 260 

Black, P. H 138 

Blackburn, G 265 

Blaine, G. B., Jr 233 

Blanch, E. T 203 

Bland, E. F 131 

Blane, H. T 229 

Blank, I. H 128 

Blau, D 233 

Bleehen, S. S. 129 

BlinkofT, R. C in 

Blinks, J. R 212 

Blitzer, J. R 233 

Bloch, H. S 243 

Bloch, K. J 113, 135 

Bloom, G. E 203 

Bloomfield, R. A 135 

Blotner, K. E 174 

Blout, E. R 13, 116 

Blum, R. A 243 

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Blumgart, H. L 1 1 

Boak, J. L 

Bob, S. R 

Bode, H. H 

Boden, G 

Boeder, P 

Boggs, R. P 

Bohrer, S. P 

Bojar, S 

Boling, L. A 

Bolton, C. F 

Bond, J. A 

Bondoc, C. C 

Bonier, R. J 

Bonner, F. J 

Bonneville, M. A 

Bonomo, G. R 

Booth, D. F 

Bornstein, I. D 

Boruchoff, S. A 

Bosler, R. B 

Botsford, T. W 

Bouton, B. B 

Boyd, R. J 

Braceland, F. J 

Braconier, H. E 

Bradley, E. S 

Bragg, R. L 

Brann, A. W., Jr 

Bransome, E. D., Jr 

Braun, P 

Braun, W. E 

Braverman, L. E 

Brazelton, T. B 

Breed, F. B 

Brendze, R. B 

Bretton, R 

Briefer, C, Jr 

Briggin, C. S 

Bright, N. H 

Brines, J. K 

Britten, A. F. H 

Brobeck, J. R 

Brockhurst, R. J 

Brodkey, G. W 

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146 Brooks, H 93 

, 335 Brooks, H. E., Jr 173 

265 Brooks, J. R 256 

240 Brooks, L. 240 

207 Brougham, M. F 260 

146 Brown, A. C 237 

178 Brown, CD 243 

164 Brown, D. A. J 173 

252 Brown, H. P 260 

229 Brown, H 258 

233 Brown, J. M 263 

240 Brown, J. W 203 

315 Brown, M, E 194 

265 Brown, R. W 173 

231 Brown, T 183 

234 Brownell, G. L 139 

128 Brownlee, R. E 141 

208 Brudevold, F 124, 315 

315 Brunjes, C. F 185 

234 Bruns, R. R 146 

179 Brussel, B. B 234 

160 Bryan-Brown, P 240 

256 Bub, B 269 

240 Bucher, N. L. R 135 

184 Buckley, M. J 260 

229 Budd, M. A 146 

179 Budde, N. T 315 

315 Budner, H. M 240 

234 Budoff, M 231 

164 Budson, R. D 240 

141 Buie, D. H., Jr 234 

144 Bulian, M. J 171 

146 Bull, D. M 146 

141 Bull, T. A 243 

202 Bullard, D. M., Jr 209, 234 

179 Bunn, H. F 146 

184 Burack, W. R 135, 214 

129 Burbank, C. B 263 

141 Burge, B. W in 

240 Burgen, A. S. V 212 

203 Burgess, A. M., Jr 222 

203 Burgi, H. R 146 

144 Burgin, L. B 202 

10 Burke, J. F 256 

179 Burke, L 171 

195 Burnett, J. B 128 

269 Burr, F. H 7 

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Burr, P. H 146 

Burwell, C. S 1 1, 335 

Busch, G. J 196 

Busfield, B. L., Jr 234 

Bushnell, L. S 263 

Bushueff, B. P 252 

Butler, A. M 335 

Butt, J. H., 2d 218 

Buttenwieser, P. A 243 

Buxbaum, R. C 223 

Bygdeman, M. S 146 

Cabot, P. C 10 

Cabot, T. D 8 

Cabrera, P. P 240 

Cadigan, J. B., Jr 141 

Cagan, R. H 120 

Cahill, G. F., Jr 132 

Cain, A. J 234 

Caldicott, W. J. H 253 

Caldwell, E. F 234 

Calkins, H 9 

Callahan, E. J., 3rd 141 

Campbell, C. C 113 

Campbell, C 240 

Campbell, W. N 189 

Campos, F. J 240 

Cannilla, J. E 144 

Cannon, B 258 

Cantor, F. K 164 

Cankardas-Wysocki, A 231 

Cantu, R. C 218 

Caplan, G 227 

Caplan, L. M 234 

Caplan, L. R 146 

Caplan, S. R 217 

Capps, F. P. A 207 

Carbone, D. F 315 

Carey, R. J 144 

Carey, R. W 141 

Carl, C. W., Jr 243 

Carmichael, W. G 234 

Caro, A 266 

Carpenter, C. B 141 

Carpenter, H. F., Jr 269 

Carpenter, R. L 178 

Carroll, John Michael 147 

Carroll, John Miller 179 

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Carroll, R. S 315 

Carter, E. L 263 

Carter, F 237 

Carter, H. W 194 

Carter, J. E 196 

Carter, J. R., Jr 120, 135 

Casella, C. W 243 

Casey, B. H 266 

Casey, J. 1 139 

Caskey, W. H 141 

Caspar, D. L. D 217 

Cass, J. W., Jr 141 

Castelli, W. P 222 

Castle, W. B 131 

Castleman, B 191 

Catalan, R. E 147 

Cathou, R. E 139 

Catlin, R., Jr 237 

Caulfleld, J. B 192 

Cavanaugh, J. J. A 203 

Cavanaugh, T. J 179 

Caviness, V. S., Jr 164 

Cavins, J. A 194 

Chafetz, M. E 227 

Chalfen, M. H 141 

Chalmers, T. C, Jr 138 

Chalpin, G. 237 

Chamberlain, J. W 260 

Chandler, H. P 184 

Chapman, C. B 138 

Chapman, E. M 20, 133 

Chapman, R. B 179 

Chapman, T. M 120 

Charreau, E. H 120 

Chase, L. S 230 

Chasen, M. C 237 

Chasin, R. M 240 

Chasin, W. D 188 

Chauncey, H 9 

Chaux, A 266 

Chawla, N. P. S 147 

Chazan, J. A 152 

Cheever, F. S 8, 10 

Cheifetz, P. H 147 

Chen, A. J 266 

Chen, J. Y. C 213 

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Chiba, T. 266 

Chimosky, J. E 218 

Christ, J 234 

Christen, P 120 

Christlieb, A. R 139 

Christman, E. H 180 

Christman, G. 315 

Churchill, E. D 335 

Ciccarelli, E. C 179, 182 

Cion, M. C 243 

Civan, M. M 141 

Clark, A 213 

Clark, C. M., Jr 147 

Clark, J. G, Jr 234 

Clark, W. H., Jr 192 

Clayton, J. A 147 

Clements, A. M 180 

Clifford, M. H 141 

Clifford, S. H 201 

Cline, H. S 234 

Cloud, L. P 147 

Clouse, M. E 252 

Cloutier, G 237 

Clowes, G. H. A., Jr 255 

Clubb, R. W 188 

Cobb, S 335 

Cochran, W. D 203 

Cochran, W. G 223 

Cogan, D. G 178, 181 

Coggeshall, R. E 104 

Coggins, C. H 141 

Cohen, A 203 

Cohen, C. G 315 

Cohen, C 197, 217 

Cohen, J. S 213 

Cohen, J 183 

Cohen, L. B 147 

Cohen, Mandel E 163 

Cohen, M. 1 315 

Cohen, Michael E 164 

Cohen, M. W 160 

Cohen, P 135 

Cohen, R. E 234 

Cohen, R. B 191 

Cohen, S. N 147 

Cohn, G. H 165 

Coklica, V 315 

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Cole, R. A 240 

Coleman, R. M 234 

Coletta, C. G 260 

Collins, J. L 234 

Collins, J. J., Jr 266 

Colton, T 222 

Comb, D. G 117 

Conboy, E. A 240 

Connelly, J. P 202 

Conroy, M 133 

Constable, J. D 260 

Cooley, M. H 141 

Coolidge, J. C 234 

Coombs, T. L 118 

Coon, G. P 229 

Coons, A. H 109 

Cooper, R. A 147 

Cope, O. 255 

Copel, J. W 263 

Copeland, B. E 192 

Copeland, L. du P 8 

Coppoc, G. L 213 

Coran, A. G 266 

Corson, J. M 193 

Corthesy, M. R. D 260 

Corwin, H. A 237 

Coser, R. L 231 

Cote, R. A 194 

Cotran, R. S 192 

Couch, N. P 258 

Courtiss, E. H 188 

Covelli, V. H 266 

Coy, W. A 315 

Craig, J. M 191 

Craig, R. J 147 

Craighead, J. E 192 

Crain, J. D 207 

Crane, C 256 

Craven, N. S 243 

Crawford, J. D 201 

Crenshaw, M. A 218, 316 

Crider, A. B 231 

Crigler, J. F., Jr 201 

Criss, A. J 144 

Crocker, A. C 201 

Crocker, A. T 141 

Crocker, D 260 



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Crocker, D. W 193 

Crocker, J 9 

Crocker, S. C 141 

Crone, N. L 153 

Cronin, T. P 179 

Cronkhite, L. W., Jr 222 

Crowe, J. M 260 

Crowell, W. M 237 

Csanyi, V 120 

Cserr, H. F 218 

Cuanang, J. R 165 

Cubelli, G. E 231 

Culver, P. J 11, 13, 135 

Cumings, T 10 

Cummins, J. F 141 

Cunningham, A. W 192 

Curran, P. F 217 

Curtis, G. W 192, 199 

Curtis, S. J 147 

Curwen, W. L 128 

Cutler, R. E 234 

Cutler, R. W. P 163 

Cutter, R. A 9 

Da Costa, T. G 316 

Daddi, G 266 

Daggett, W. M 269 

Dagher, R. K 266 

Dalen, J. E 147 

Dalsimer, J. S 243 

Dalton, B. C 260 

Daly, A. K in 

Daly, J. J 196 

Dammin, G. J 191 

Damon, A 223 

Dandrow, R. V., Jr 173 

Daniel, M. D no 

Daniels, E. M 229 

Daniels, H. S 237 

Daniels, J. B 11 1 

Darling, R. C, Jr 263 

Darrow, R. A 117 

Das, L 203 

Datta, D. V 147 

d'Autremont, C. C 234 

David, J. R 133 

DavidofT, F. F 135 

Davidson, C. S 132 



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Davidson, E. M 234 

Davidson, G. E 234 

Davidson, W. D 240 

Davies, A. L 266 

Davies, D. G 189 

Davies, J. E no 

Davies, M 218 

Davies, R. C 120 

Davis, B. D 13, 109 

Davis, K. K 205 

Davis, N. V 8 

Dawes, D. C 234 

Dawson, D. M 164 

Day, M 234 

DeAngelis, V 316 

deBono, E. F no 

Deck, J. D 105 

Deep, A. R 152 

De Friez, A. I. C 135 

de Haas, K. J. 203 

Deland, F. S., Jr 10 

DeLellis, R. A 196 

DeLong, G. R 165 

DeLorme, T. L 184 

d'Elseaux, F. C 229 

DeMaio, E. F 263 

de MarnefTe, F. L. A 229 

Denckla, W. D 120 

Denny-Brown, D. E 162 

De Peralta, D. S 147 

Derow, H. A 133 

DeSanctis, R. W 135 

Desautels, R. E 260 

Descarries, L 165 

Deutsch, S 258 

DeVivo, D. C 165 

De Wan, C. J 194 

De Wilde, H 316 

Dews, P. B 214, 227 

Dexter, C. J 263 

Dexter, L 131 

Deykin, D 136 

Diamandopoulos, G. T 193 

Diamond, 1 120 

Diamond, L. K 201 

Di Bona, D. R 147 

Dickersin, G. R 195 

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Dickson, W. A 203 

Dierks, M 241 

Diethelm, A. G 266 

Dillon, CD 9 

Dillon, R. S 147 

DiMascio, A 231 

Dine, R. F 263 

Dingman, J. F 135 

Dinsmore, P. R 234 

Dinsmore, R. E 252 

Ditmore, D. A 237 

Dixon, J. P 10 

Dixon, R. A 10 

Dluhy, R. G 144 

Dodge, P. R 162, 208 

Doering, C. H 120 

Dogon, I. L 316 

Dohlman, C-H 179 

Donahue, P. F 205 

Donaldson, D. D 178, 182 

Donaldson, G. A 258 

Donovan, F. J 144 

Donovan, W. M 243 

Dorsey, J. F 263 

Dorsey, W. R 203 

Dotter, W. E 184 

Douglas, J. P 316 

Dowd, T. J 173 

Doykos, J. D., 3d 316 

Doyle, M 147 

Draskoczy, P. R 212 

Dratch, M 144 

Dreier, T., Jr 243 

Dresden, M. H in, 147 

Drewes, P. A 147 

Dreyfus, P. M 162 

Dreyfuss, J. R 251 

Drinker, P. A 259 

Driscoll, J. J 171 

Driscoll, S. G 192 

Drooker, J. C 188 

Drorbaugh, J. E 202 

Drum, D. E 124 

Dubernard, J-M 266 

Dubin, D. T 109 

Dufau, M. L 207 

Duff, A. W 195, 199 



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Duffy, F. H 165 

Duhl, F. J 234 

Duma, R. J 147 

Duncan, C. J 170 

Dunlap, D. B 147 

Dunn, J. T 120 

Dunning, J. M 316 

Dunphy, E. B 335 

Dunsky, J 316 

Duquella, J 196 

Durkin, R. P 241 

Duvelleroy, M. A 266 

Dwyer, T. F 227 

Dyer, E. C 204 

Eades, C. F 173 

Earle, R., Jr 205 

Earley, L. E 136 

Easterday, C. L 170 

Easton, M. T 178 

Easton, W. S 260 

Eaton, C. F., Jr 10 

Eaton, J. M 165 

Eaton, M. D 109 

Eber, L. M 147 

Ebert, R. H u, 13, 93, 131 

Ebisuzaki, K 118 

Edalji, A 207 

Edelman, M 147 

Eden, M 222 

Edidin, M. A 11 1 

Edlow, J 194 

Edwards, A. G., Jr 188 

Edwards, E. A 104 

Efron, M. L. S 162 

Egbert, L. D 258 

Ehrlich, H. L 316 

Ehrmann, R. L 193 

Eichberg, J., Jr 118 

Eichhorn, M. M 121 

Eisen, A. Z 128 

Eisendrath, R. M., Jr 234 

Elder, H. A no 

Eldred, S. H 227 

Eldredge, L. L., Jr 204 

Eliot, T. H 9 

Elite, A. E 241 

Elkort, R. J 266 



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Ellingboe, J 121 

Elliott, B. K 10 

Elliott, 9 

Elliott, W. C 141 

Elliott, W. R 139 

Ellis, D. S 133 

Ellis, L. B 131 

Ellison, R. C 207 

Elstein, A. S 231 

Eltringham, W. K 266 

Emerson, K., Jr 132 

Emmanuel, H. N 243 

Enders, J. F 109 

Engel, A. M 139 

Engel, L. L 1 16, 153 

Engeset, N. J 263 

England, A. C, Jr 164 

Engle, R. P., Jr 234 

Eppinger, E. C 131 

Epstein, H. D 316 

Epstein, M 147 

Epstein, S. H 163 

Epstein, S. S 194 

Epstein, W 217 

Eraklis, A 263 

Erba, G 165 

Erikson, E. H 229 

Ervin, F. R 227 

Esmiol, P 238 

Espiner, E. A 147 

Essember, L. J 204 

Esterquest, R. T 12, 20 

Etherington, J. W 316 

Evans, G. W 195 

Evans, G. L 147 

Evans, H 196 

Evans, R. E 316 

Evanson, J. M 148 

Everett, H. C 234 

Ewalt, J. R 199, 227 

Ewton, D. Z 121 

Eyskens, E 266 

Fahimi, H-D 193 

Fahs, I. J 222 

Fallen, E. L 148 

Farber, J. L 196 

Farber, S 191, 208 



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Fareeduddin, K 148 

Farhadi, A. M. 241 

Farnsworth, D. L 153 

Farrell, D. J 316 

Fasciano, R. W 316 

Fawcett, D. W 20, 104 

Fearer, N. H 204 

Federman, D. D. . . 11, 13, 40, 133 

Feeney, J. J 12, 13 

Feigon, J. H 238 

Feinbloom, R. 1 207 

Feingoid, A. H 238 

Feingold, D. S 114, 136 

Felarca, A. B 148 

Feldman, C. L 231 

Feldman, D 194 

Feldman, J. J 223 

Feldman, R. G 164 

Fellers, F. X 201 

Ferguson, C. F 188 

Fern, D. J 238 

Fiascone, A. D 205 

Fiedler, M. F 231 

Field, M 148 

Field, R. A 133 

Fienberg, R 192 

Filler, R. M 260 

Finck, A. J 260 

F j ne > J *55, 335 

Fine, S. H 243 

Fineman, A. D 234 

Finerty, M. L 165 

Finesinger, J. L 243 

Finland, M 131 

Finstein, I. F 243 

Fischbein, J. W 136 

Fischberg, B. W 238 

Fisher, CM 162 

Fisher, J. N., Jr 204 

Fisher, S. M 241 

Fishman, D. B 241 

Fishman, M. A 165 

Fishman, N 316 

Fisk, J. B 8 

Fiske, C. H 335 

Fitzgerald, R. G 243 

Fitzpatrick, T. B 128 

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Fiumara, N. J 128 

Flacke, J. W 266 

Flacke, W. E 212 

Flake, C. G 188 

Flanagan, J. M. St. F 141 

Flax, M. H 192 

Fleckner, A. N 174 

Fleischner, F. G 335 

Fleming, A. M 238 

Fleming, T. C 164 

Flynn, C. J 266 

Flynn, R. E 164 

Fynn, W. F 260 

Fogelson, F. B 232 

Folch-Pi, J 116 

Foley, G. E 192 

Folkman, M. J 258 

Forbes, A. P 133 

Ford, F. L 93 

Forstner, G. G 148 

Foster, G. S 136 

Foster, P. G 241 

Fowler, J. W 204 

Fox, C. F 121 

Fox, E. 194 

Fox, H. M 153, 227 

Fox, M 266 

Fraenkel, D. G no 

Fraley, E. E 261 

Fram, D. H. 244 

Francesconi, R. R 121 

Francis, T. 1 148 

Franco, F 263 

Frank, A. A 204 

Frank, E. D 256 

Frank, H. A 256 

Frank, T 234 

Frankel, F. H 234 

Franklin, E. W., 3d 175 

Franklin, M. J 205 

Franklin, W 141 

Franz, J. M 118 

Fras, 1 240 

Frazier, C. N 335 

Frazier, H. S 133 

Frederick, P. L 263 

Freedberg, A. S 132 



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Freedberg, I. M 128 

Freedman, G 316 

Freeman, D. C 218 

Freese, C. G., Jr 179 

Freiman, D. G 191 

Fremont-Smith, K 144 

Fremont-Smith, P 136 

Freymann, J. G 222 

Fricker, S. J 180 

Fried, M. A 230 

Friedell, G. H 193 

Friedlich, A. L 136 

Friedman, C. W 244 

Friedman, E. W 261 

Friedman, E 178 

Friedman, L. J 238 

Friend, D. G 134 

Friendly, H. J 8 

Frigoletto, F. D 175 

From, G. L. A 148 

Frothingham, T. E 275 

Fu, S-C. J 118, 197 

Fuisz, R. E 141 

Fujii, T 121 

Fukushi, S 121 

Funkenstein, D. H 228 

Funkhouser, R. K 141 

Furshpan, E. J 160 

Fuwa, K. 118 

Fyler, D. C 202 

Gabathuler, M-P. 1 213 

Gacek, R. R 188 

Gaensler, E. A 259 

Gaffud, N 148 

Gair, D. S 234 

Galan, E. M 207 

Galdston, R 209, 234 

Galicich, J. H., Jr 261 

Gall, E. A 193 

Gallagher, F. P ',, 238 

Gallagher, J. R 201 

Gallagher, P. G 261 

Gallagher, W. F 129 

Gallant, D. H 171 

Gamble, W. J 204 

Gamm, S. H 316 

Ganju, A. K 194 

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Garabedian, G. H 205 

Garant, P. R 316 

Garceau, A. J 141 

Garcia, G. E 179 

Garcia, J 258 

Gardella, J. W 11, 13, 135 

Gardner, F. H 132 

Gardner, G. E 208, 227 

Gardner, P 148 

Gardner, R. C 152 

Garfield, J. M 213 

Garland, J 10 

Garran, F. W 263 

Garrick, N. H., Jr 10 

Garvin, W. L 12 

Gary, J. E 251 

GaryBobo, CM 218 

Gascon, G. G 165 

Gates, C. C 244 

Gates, 191 

Gates, P. H 234 

Gatti, F. M 241 

Gauld, A. G 171 

Gault, W. B 244 

Geffin, B 263 

Gehring, J. R 179 

Geiger, H. J 141 

Geiser, C. F 203 

Geller, M 238 

Gellert, R. J 316 

Gellis, S. S 203 

George, B. C 139 

George, J. M 148 

Gephart, F. T 258 

Gerald, P. S 201 

Gergely, J 117 

Geronimus, L. H 194 

Geronimus, M. M. See Mold- 
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Gerschenfeld, H. M 160 

Gershon, E. S 244 

Gertler, P 165 

Geschickter, E. H 148 

Getz, I. 1 316 

Giambattista-Ampola, M. A. . 165 

Gibbons, R. J 113, 316 

Gibbs, R. W 261 



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Gibbs, R. F 263 

Gibson, J. M 195 

Giddon, D. B 316 

Giddy, W. H 244 

Gifford, G. E., Jr 235 

Gifford, G. H 263 

Gifford, S. R 228 

Gill, B. F 235 

Gill, G. M 205 

Gill, T. J., 3d 1 13, 192 

Gilliam, J. 1 252 

Gilles, F. H 164 

Gillespie, L 171 

Gilligan, J. F 244 

Gillis, R. A 213 

Gilman, Samuel 258 

Gilman, Sid 163 

Gilmore, C. E 194 

Giron, R. A 244 

Glass, A. G 208 

Glass, E. A 120 

Glass, R. L 316 

Glassock, R. J 141 

Gleason, R. E 139 

Glicklich, E. A 129 

Glickman, R. M 148 

Glimcher, M. J 13, 183 

Glines, G. A 205 

Glotzer, D. J 258 

Gochberg, S 171 

Gold, H. S 316 

Gold, N. 1 203 

Gold, W. M 204 

Goldberg, I. H 132 

Goldblatt, A 204 

Goldblatt, J. E 261 

Goldfine, H 109 

Goldfine, P. E 244 

Goldfinger, S. E 152 

Goldhaber, P 197, 317 

Goldin, J 317 

Goldings, H. J 235 

Goldman, H. 194 

Goldman, J. N 148 

Goldsmith, R. S 136 

Goldstein, D. P 171 

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Goldstein, E 1 1 1 

Goldstein, J 195 

Goldstein, L 217 

Goldstein, S 1 1 1 

Goldthwait, J. C 144 

Goldwyn, R. M 261 

Golub, L. M 317 

Golub, S 244 

Goodchild, M. C 207 

Goodman, A. C 188 

Goodman, D. J 252 

Goodman, H. M 217 

Goodridge, A. G 121 

Goodwin, J. A 263 

Gorbach, A. C 172 

Gordon, A. S 121 

Gordon, D. F 317 

Gordon, G. D 317 

Gore, H. M 192 

Gore, 1 193 

Gorini, L 109 

Gorlin, R 134 

Gordon, S. K 263 

Goto, H 317 

Gottler, J 144 

Gottlieb, L. S 193 

Gottlieb, M. S 148 

Grable, E 264 

Graham, J. H 193 

Graham, J. R 138 

Graham, K. M 141 

Grainger, D. W 185 

Grand, R. J 208 

Grant, W. M 178, 181 

Gravallese, M. A., Jr 144 

Gray, B 232 

Gray, E. B., Jr 261 

Gray, S. J 138 

Greaney, J. F 238 

Green, G. M 136 

Green, J 238 

Green, L. H 317 

Green, M. N 194 

Green, N. A 238 

Green, T. H., Jr 170 

Green, W. T 183 

Green, W. T., Jr 185 



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Greenberg, J. P 165 

Greenberg, M. S 141 

Greenberg, R. A 208 

Greenblatt, G. R 235 

Greenblatt, M 230 

Greenfield, J. B 204 

Greengard, O. F 118 

Greenspan, R. A 317 

Greenstein, J. L 9 

Greep, R. O. . . 11, 13, 93, 104, 317 

Gregg, W. 1 172 

Gregory, E. A 206 

Gries, R. A 148 

Griesemer, R. D 128 

Griffin, P. P 183 

Griffith, J. F 165 

Griffiths, C. T 172 

Grillo, H. C 256 

Grinspoon, L 228 

Griscom, N. T 252 

Grogan, R. H 170 

Gr0n, A-M 317 

Gr0n, P 317 

Gross, C. W 189 

Gross, J 132 

Gross, P. H 121 

Gross, R. E 255 

Grossman, J. H 148 

Grover, J. W 172 

Grunebaum, H. U 229 

Gruson, E. S 12 

Gryboski, J. S 141 

Gryska, P. F 261 

Gudeman, J. E 244 

Gueriguian, J. L 266 

Guild, W. R 136 

Guise, E. R 184 

Gumpert, J. R. W 266 

Gunalp, A 1 1 1 

Guralnick, E. A 261 

Guralnick, W. C 317 

Gurewich, V 136 

Gurian, B. S 244 

Guthrie, A. D., Jr 206 

Guttmacher, J. A 244 

Guttmann, R. D 148 

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Haber, E 113, 134 

Hackett, T. P 235 

Haessler. H. A 204 

Hagen, P. 1 1 1 

Hager, E. B 141 

Hagerman, D. D 117 

Hagopian, P. B 238 

Haining, W. M 179, 182 

Haines, J. A 148 

Hakes, J. A 264 

Hakomori, S 118 

Halbfass, H-J 267 

Halem, S. H 317 

Haley, W. F., Jr 238 

Haley, W. D 179 

Hall, A. P 141 

Hall, C. L 121 

Hall, T. C 134 

Halldorsson, T. S 208 

Hallenbeck, D. F., Jr 238 

Hallowell, P 258 

Hamblen, D. L 185 

Hamilton, D. W 104 

Hamilton, G. E 244 

Hamlin, E., Jr 256 

Hamlin, H 261 

Hammer, E. 1 142 

Hammerstad, J. P 165 

Hampers, C. L 142 

Hanna, W. M 244 

Hanson, R. A 165 

Haran, P. J 252 

Harcus, T 144 

Harden, L. B 317 

Harder, F. H 267 

Hardison, W. G. M 148 

Hardy, H. L 138 

Hardy, I. B., Jr 264 

Harken, D. E 255 

Harper, R. S 195 

Harris, C. A 195 

Harris, E. H 241 

Harris, E. D., Jr 148 

Harris, G. B. C 251 

Harris, H. 1 238 

Harris, W. H 183 

Harrison, J. H 255 



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Harrison, R. H 232 

Harter, J. G 134 

Harthorne, J. W 142 

Hartman, S. C 117 

Hartmann, L. M 244 

Hartsuck, J. M 267 

Hasenbush, L. L 229 

Haschemeyer, A. E 139 

Hastings, A. B 335 

Hatanaka, H 267 

Hauser, G 117 

Havens, D. W 244 

Havens. L. L 227 

Hawes, L. E 251 

Hay, E. D 104 

Hayashi, K 118 

Hayashi, M 194 

Haycox, J. A 235 

Hayden, W. L 189 

Haynes, E. R 317 

Haynes, F. W 139 

Hazard, G. W 206 

Hazard, S. W 204 

Head, J. M 264 

Heagarty, M. C 204 

Healey, S. J 261 

Heath, P 335 

Hedberg, S. E 264 

Hedley-Whyte, J 258 

Heerdegen, D. K 264 

Hegsted, D. M 124 

Heilbronn, Y. D 269 

Hein, G. E 118 

Hein, J. W 317 

Heinle, R. A 148 

Heisey, S. R 217 

Heitmann, H. B 267 

Helfand, Z 261 

Heller, R. J 207 

Hellerstein, E. "E" 192 

Hellman, D. E. W 136 

Hellman, E. S 136 

Helman, M. E 129 

Hemmer, S. J 222 

Hendren, W. H., 3d 258 

Hendrick, 1 335 

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Henkens, R. W 121 

Henneman, E 217 

Henry, W. B 208 

Henshaw, E. C 136 

Herberg, K-P 165 

Herbst, A. L 172 

Herd, J. A 217 

Hermann, H. T 229 

Herndon, R. M 105 

Hermanson, L 258 

Herpfer, G. E 264 

Hernandez-Oquendo, F 317 

Hersch, C. 232 

Hersey, F. C 235 

Hershey, J. W. B 148 

Hershman, H. A 264 

Hertig, A. T 94, 191 

Herzan, F. A 252 

Herzan, H. M 235 

Herzberg, J. H 244 

Herzog, J. P 148 

Hess, H. H 163 

Hiatt, H. H 131 

Hickler, R. B 134 

Hiebert, C. A 264 

Higgins, E. A., Jr 144 

Hill, J. M 179 

Hill, L. T., Jr 264 

Hill, M. J 241 

Hill, W. R., Jr 128 

Himmelhoch, S. R 142 

Hinckley, R. H 179 

Hinman, C. H 172 

Hipona, F. A 251 

Hirsch, C. A 142 

Hoagland, M. B 109 

Hoar, C. S., Jr 261 

Hobson, J. A 235 

Hoch, F. L 134 

Hochrein, H. A 139 

Hoff, R 264 

Hoguet, R. L., Jr 9 

Holden, R. B 142 

Holder, R 209, 235 

Hollenberg, N. K 148 

Holsclaw, D. S., Jr 207 

Holtrop, M. E 105 



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Hood, G. H., Jr 10 

Hoover, T. D 317 

Hopkins, R. P 244 

Hoppin, F. G., Jr 148 

Hord, L. W 317 

Hori, Y 129 

Horisberger, M. A 1 1 1 

Horiuchi, M 317 

Hornig, D. F 9 

Horowitz, D. A 175 

Horowitz, M. L 121 

Horven, I. 180 

Hoshino, 118 

Houghton, A., Jr 9 

Home, R. E 180 

Howard, F. A 142 

Howard, P. M 229 

Howard, S. D 244 

Howe, L. P 228 

Howry, D. H 252 

Hoye, S. J 261 

Hradec, E 267 

Hsu, J 244 

Hubbell, J. P., Jr 204 

Hubel, D. H 217 

Hudson, C. L 235 

Hudson, J. B 241 

Hugenberger, P. W 183 

Hugenholtz, P. G 202 

Huggins, C. E 258 

Hughes, J. R in 

Hughes, M. C 244 

Huizenga, C. G 196 

Huizenga, J. N 244 

Hulley, S. B 148 

Hunt, R. D 194 

Huntington, D. S 232 

Hurston, R. 244 

Hurwitz, D 132 

Hutcheson, B. R 228 

Hutchinson, B. T 180 

Hutchison, D 241 

Hyde, R. W 235 

Hyslop, N. E., Jr 149 

Ide, T 149 

Ilahi, M. A 267 

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Im, J. H 121 

Inchiosa, M. A., Jr 139 

Incze, J. S 194 

Ingall, D 204 

Ingbar, S. H 132 

Ingersoll, F. M 170 

Ingle, D. J 232 

Irving, J. T 218, 317 

Irwin, J. S 189 

Irwin, J. W 188 

Isenberg, P. L 235 

Iseri, O. A 193 

Ishii, D 189 

Ishii, T 189 

Ishizuka, Y 241 

Israel, M 118, 197 

Isselbacher, K. J 13, 131 

Ito, S 104 

Iversen, L. L 213 

Iversen, S. D 213 

Jackanicz, T. M 318 

Jackson, J. H 142 

Jackson, R. G 172 

Jacob, H. S 142 

Jacobs, L. S 244 

Jacobson, B. M 136 

Jacoby, G. A 1 1 1 

Jacquemin-Sablon, A. G 121 

JafTe, S. L 244 

Jagger, P. 1 142 

Jakab, 1 229 

James, R. L 232 

Jandl, J. H 132 

Janeway, C. A 201 

Janeway, CM 149 

Janower, M. L 252 

Jaqua, R. A 196 

Jardetzky, 212 

Jayaraman, J 149 

Jayaraman, K 121 

Jeanloz, R. W 116, 153 

Jeannet, M 267 

Jedziniak, J. A 180 

JerTery, R. L 144 

Jeffrey, J. J., Jr 149 

Jenkin, C. R 118 

Jenney, P. B 235 



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Jenny, M. E 267 

Jessiman, A. G 135 

Jewett, J. F 170 

Jimbo, M 241 

Jockin, H 194 

Joel, CD 117 

Joel, P. B 121 

JofTe, N 252 

Johannessen, L. B 318 

Johannet, P 238 

Johnson, A. L 335 

Johnson, C C 178 

Johnson, L. D 194 

Johnson, R 318 

Johnson, R. A 189 

Johnson, S. D 207 

Johnston, H. H., Jr 149 

Jolly, M. A 244 

Jonasson, 267 

Jones, A. L 105, 321 

Jones, CM 1 1, 335 

Jones, K. J 231 

Jones, L. G 218 

Jones, T. H. D 121 

Jones, T. C 191 

Jones, W. A 193 

Jones, W. N 184 

Jong, A 318 

Joseph, A. T 264 

Joseph, J. B 204 

Juca, E. R 267 

Judd, H. L 175 

Jungas, R. L 117 

Kagan, H. M 122 

Kagi, J. H. R 136 

Kahana, E. M 238 

Kahana, R. J 229 

Kahn, A 238 

Kahn, C B 149 

Kahn, C S. 194 

Kahne, M. J 229 

Kaitz, A. L 142 

Kalckar, B. W 109, 139 

Kalckar, H. M 116, 153 

Kalis, P. J 318 

Kaliss, N 259 



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Kalivas, D. T 129 

Kamins, L. P 244 

Kamm, D. E 149 

Kan, Y-W 140 

Kane, R. K 7 

Kang, A. H 144 

Kannel, W. B 222 

Kanter, S. S 229 

Kantrowitz, J. L 238 

Kantrowitz, P. A 142 

Kaplan, D 252 

Kaplan, E 207 

Kaplan, S 235 

Karavolas, H. J 118 

Karlstrom, H. 1 1 1 

Karnovsky, M. L 11, 116 

Karnovsky, M. J 191 

Karol, A. M 241 

Kasarjian, P. H 144 

Kashket, S 140 

Kass, E. H 14, 109, 153, 197 

Kastelic, E. F 318 

Kastor, J. A 152 

Katayama, 1 195 

Kates, W. W 244 

Kato, J 122 

Katz, E. L 269 

Katz, E. P 183 

Katz, J. H 142 

Katz, R. A 206 

Katz, S. L 113, 202 

Katzow, J. J 244 

Kaufman, 1 235 

Kaufman, S. D 142 

Kaumann, A. J 213 

Kavanaugh, J. G., Jr 241 

Kayce, M. M 235 

Kazanjian, V. H 335 

Kazemi, H 142 

Kearny, D. G 189 

Kearsley, R. B 202 

Kedes, L. H 144 

Keenan, M. E 206 

Keevil, C. S., Jr 144 

Keitt, A. S 149 

Kelleher, R. T 212 

Kellett, M. A 252 



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Kelley, R. L 238 

Kelley, S. B 256 

Kelly, L. T 188 

Kelly, M. J., Jr 244 

Kemball, M 207 

Kemp, H. G., Jr 149 

Kemper, T. L 165 

Kendall, L. G 261 

Kenerson, R. F 241 

Kenler, K. L 175 

Kennedy, E. P 116 

Kennedy, J. L., Jr 204 

Kennedy, S. 7, 9 

Kenney, H. J 232 

Kent, P. W 218 

Kenzora, J. E 185 

Kermond, W. L 184 

Kerr, A. G 189 

Kerr, W. S., Jr 257 

Kessel, D. H 195 

Keuper, C. S 128 

Kevorkian, A. Y 173 

Kevy, S. V 202 

Keyes, P. L 318 

Khan, A. A 122 

Khan, N. A 244 

Khantzian, E. J 244 

Khaw, K. T 204 

Khouw, F. B. T. H 318 

Khung, C. L 144 

Kiang, N. Y 188 

Kim, 1 175 

Kimball, P. G 318 

Kimura, R. S 188 

King, H. S 206 

King, M. V 183 

King, N. W., Jr 196 

Kinnaert, P. C. A 267 

Kinoshita, J. H 178, 181 

Kirchberger, M. A 149 

Kistner, R. W 170 

Kjellberg, R. N 258 

Klainer, L. M 145 

Klavens, G. S 241 

Klayman, M. 1 142 

Klebanoff, L. B 231 

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Kleeberg, U. R 149 

Kleeman, S. T 238 

Klein, H. A 124 

Klein, J. 153, 202 

Klein, R 203 

Klein, R. C 149 

Klemperer, M. R 204 

Kliman, A 142 

Kliman, B 136 

Kline, I. K 194 

Kline, T. S 194 

Klotz, R. E 188 

Klumpp, T. G 10 

Kneer, P 122 

Knowles, J. H 135 

Knox, W. E 116 

Knuttgen, H. G 140 

Koch, J. P 118 

Koch-Weser, D 12 

Koch-Weser, J 212 

RofT, R. S 149 

Kohler, R. E., Jr in 

Kohn, H. 1 251 

Kojima, T 122 

Kojima, Yasushi 267 

Kojima, Yutaka 122 

Roller, A. N 12 

Rolodny, E. H 165 

Ronugres, A. A 171 

Ropald, H. H 142 

Ropans, D. E 172 

Rornacker, M. S 122 

Rornblith, P. L 267 

Rornfeld, W 238 

Rornicker, W. A 119 

Rosa, J 202 

Rosasky, H. J 173 

Rostas, C. 1 264 

Roufman, C. N 264 

Roumans, A. J. R 238 

Rozak, G. P 145 

Rozlowski, R. N. 318 

Rrakow, A. A 318 

Rrane, S. M 134 

Rranes, A 131 

Rravitz, A. R 235 

Rravitz, E. A 160 



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Rrayenbuhl, H. A 256 

Rrayer, 11, 212, 335 

Rretschmer, R 196 

Rrims, M. B 238 

Rripke, B. J 261 

Rris, R. B 238 

Rrisher, J. A 261 

Rritzman, J 142 

Rruger, L. E 206 

Rubzansky, P. E 232 

Rudarauskas, E. N 235 

Ruffler, S. W 14, 160 

Ruftinec, D. M 241 

Ruftinek, M. M 318 

Rulka, J. P 192 

Rum, R 119 

Rumar, R 149 

Rundsin, R. B 259 

Runii, 112 

Runz, L. J. J no 

Rurkjian, J. M 189 

Rurland, G. S 132 

Rurtz, D. J 165 

Rury, G 194 

Ruwabara, T 178, 182 

Rylander, C. E 189 

Ladd, W. E 335 

Ladoulis, C. T 196 

LaFarge, C. G. C 204 

Laforet, M. T 203 

Lambert, P. B 259 

Lambilliotte, J-P 267 

Lamdin, S. J 264 

Lamkins, B. E 129 

Lamont, J. H 209, 235 

Lamont, T. S 7 

Landis, E. M 217 

Landowne, M 134 

Landsman, E 238 

Lane, F. R 172 

Lane, F. C 267 

Lang, D. J 204 

Langer, S. Z 213 

Laraia, P. J 149 

Larkin, J. E 185 

Larroche, J-C 163 

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Lasek, R. J 165 

Laub, D 244 

Laufer, D 122 

Lauler, D. P 136 

Lavender, J. P 252 

Laver, M. B 257 

Lawlor, R. C 180 

Lawrence, J. E. 10 

Lawson, G. B 235 

Lazaroff, P 238 

Leach, R. E 184 

Leadbetter, G. W 258 

Leadbetter, W. F 255 

Leaf, A 131 

Leak, L. V 261 

Leake, D. L 318 

Leake, R. C 206 

Lear, C. S. C 318 

Leary, O. C 195 

Leatherwood, J. C 318 

Leav, 1 196 

Leavitt, T., Jr 172 

Lebret, L 318 

LeCompte, P. M 191 

Lederer, R. A 238 

Lee, F. B 261 

Lee, F 213 

Lee, K. W 244 

Lee, L 264 

Lee, S. S 11, 222 

Leeman, C. P 235 

Lees, M. B 119 

Leff, R 245 

Leff, R. M 241 

Legg, M. A 193 

Lehwalder, L. W 180 

Leibovich, M. A 238 

Leibowitz, H. M 180 

Leighton, H. T 172 

Leinbach, R. C 152 

Leith, D. E 259 

Leland, O. S., Jr 145 

Lele, P. P 259 

Lemay, M. J 251 

Lenneberg, E. H 228 

Lentine, J 188 

Lerman, J 134 



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Leskowitz, S 109, 153 

Lessell, S 180 

Leston, J. A 122 

Levene, M. B 251 

Levenson, S. S 264 

Leventhal, J. M 175 

Lever, W. F 128 

Levey, R. H 270 

Levi, L. D 245 

Levi, V. M 241 

Levin, S 229 

Levine, F. M 232 

Levine, H. D 134 

LeVine, H. 238 

Levine, M. E 245 

Levinthal, J. D no 

Levy, H. L 165 

Levy, P. S 223 

Lewenstein, H. J 264 

Lewis, D. C 145 

Lewis, D. K 188 

Lewis, E. A 318 

Lewis. R. M 195 

Li, T-K 142 

Liberman, R. P 245 

Lieberman, K. W 195 

Liebman, S. D 179 

Ligot, P. N 149 

Like, A. A 193 

Lin, E. C. C 117 

Lincoln, R. C 318 

Lindauer, T 239 

Lindemann, E 335 

Lindquist, R. R 195 

Linekin, D. M 149 

Linenthal, A. J 132 

Lingeman, B. S 180 

Lion, J. R 241 

Lipsitt, D. R 235 

Lisco, H 11, 192 

Liss, J. J 245 

Litner, R. H 261 

Litt, M 109 

Little, J. B 318 

Littlefield, J. W 202 

Littmann, D 134 

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Litwin, M. S 261 

Livingston, P. B 245 

Livingstone, J. B 239 

Lloyd, J. B 264 

LoBuglio, A. F 149 

Locke, S 162 

Lockhart, A. J 142 

Loeb, J. L 8 

Loeb, R. F 8, 10 

Lofgren, R. H 189 

Lombardi, A. V 318 

Lombroso, C. T 162 

Long, J. A 321 

Longabaugh, R 229 

Longino, L. A 257 

Loomis, A. L., Jr 10 

Lopez, M 149 

Lorch, S 241 

Lorenz, M 235 

Lorenzi, G. P 122 

Lorenzo, A. V 164 

Lorenzo, C. L 174 

Losch, P. K 318 

Loutfi, G 119 

Low, I. E 1 10 

Lowell, F. C 134 

Lowell, J. D 184 

Lowenstein, E 261 

Lowenstein, L. M 136 

Lowey, S 117 

Lowis, S 261 

Lubbe, W. F 149 

Lubin, M 212 

Lucas, J. E 142 

Ludwig, A. 229 

Ludwig, P. C 241 

Lund, C. C 335 

Lurie, A. 119 

Lurie, H. J 245 

Lyman, C. P 104 

Lynch, G. W 142 

Lynch, J 264 

MacAusland, W. R., Jr 184 

MacCollum, D. W 257 

MacDonald, A. S., Jr 204 

Macdonald, G. J 319 

Mack, J. E 229 



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MacKenzie, J. M 229 

Mackie, J. E 142 

MacLaren, J. A 171 

MacMahon, J. J 241 

Macmillan, A. S., Jr 252 

MacNaughton, D. A 235 

Maderson, P. F. A 128 

Mahabir, R. K 149 

Mahony, D. T 261 

Mahoney, E. J 264 

Mahoney, E. M 261 

Majno, G 191 

Makkay, E. S 229 

Makoff, R. K 122 

Maletskos, C. J 199 

Malkiel, S 194 

Malone, L. J 173 

Malone, M. J 163 

Maloof, F 134 

Malt, R. A 261 

Maltsberger, J. T., 3d 235 

Manasek, F. J 105 

Maneche, H. C 196 

Manes, P. R 241 

Mann, L. T., Jr 197 

Mann, W 235 

Manning, M. D 203 

Mansfield, J. S 142 

Manson, J. G 184 

Manson, J. 1 165 

Manuelidis, E. E 104 

Manzi, R. A 264 

Marble, A 131 

Marbury, W. L 7 

Marcello, D. E., Jr 261 

Marcovitch, J. H 173 

Marcus, P. S 261 

Marfey, S. P 188 

Margulis, R. H 174 

Mark, V. H 257 

Marks, J. H 251 

Marlborough, D. 1 122 

Marnoy, R 173 

Marquis, N. R 122 

Marshall, R. D 138 

Martin, D. G 149 

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Martin, D. B 136 

Martin, F 145 

Martinelli, M 223 

Martinius, J. W 165 

Martino, J. A 149 

Masland, R. P., Jr 202 

Mason, B. F 11 

Mason, E. A 228 

Massell, B. F 153, 202 

Masters, R 128 

Mathe, A 242 

Matloff, J. M 264 

Matson, D. D 255 

Matsumoto, S 207 

Mattioli, L. F 207 

Matusow, R. J 319 

Matz, M. H. 129 

Matzilevich, B 164 

May, A. G 267 

May, J. C 145 

Mayer, Jean 218 

Mayer, Joseph 232 

Mayman, C. 1 163 

Maynard, E. P., 3rd 142 

Mazer, H. E 245 

McAllister, J. G., 3rd 245 

McAllister, T. A 112 

McArthur, J. W 132, 209 

McBay, A. J 193, 199 

McCall, C. E 149 

McCallum, L. T 264 

McCarley, R. W 245 

McCarter, R. H 230 

McCarthy, P. L 128 

McCarthy, R. E 194 

McCaughan, D 145 

McCollough, R. H 152 

McCourt, W. F 239 

McCray, R. S 145 

McCrory, D. J 239 

McCully, K. S 195 

McDaniel, L. T 142 

McDermott, W. V., Jr. . . 14, 255 

McDevitt, H. 1 1 1 

McDonald, A 1 1 1 

McDonald, F. C 204 

McDonald, F. D 149 



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McDonald, W. 1 165 

McDonnell, N. J 245 

McDonough, E. F., Jr 264 

McEwan, P. J. M 232 

McFarland, J. C 152 

McGehee, R. F., Jr 149 

McGill, M. W 149 

McGinty, J. B 184 

McGovern, J. J 204 

McGowan, B. L 180 

McGowan, B. K 242 

McGugan, A. D 128 

McGuire, M. T 235 

Mcintosh, E. N 174 

Mclntyre, N 149 

McKearney, J. W 213 

McKhann, C. F 261 

McKittrick, J. B 262 

McKittrick, L. S 336 

McLaughlin, W. F 235 

McLean, D. R 165 

McLeod, J. G 165 

McMahon, A. W 239 

McManus, J. P. A 150 

McMeel, J. W 180 

McMillan, D. E 213 

McNamee, H. B 245 

McNeely, W. F 142 

McNeill, J. M 252 

McNutt, N. S 105 

McPeek, B 262 

Meador, C. K 267 

Meadow, H. C 11, 13, 93 

Means, J. H 336 

Mechanic, G. L 183 

Medalie, J. D 242 

Medeiros, A. A 150 

Medlinsky, H. L 206 

Medoff, G 150 

MedofT, J 150 

Mee, L. K 105 

Mee, W. M 267 

Mehlman, E. S 319 

Mehlman, R. D 239 

Meienhofer, J. A 119 

A4eier, D. A 252 

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Meiss, E 235 

Meissner, W. A 191 

Melbin, M 232 

Melendez, L no 

Melin, M 203 

Mella, B. A 164 

Mello, N. K 232 

Meltzer, P. E 336 

Menasha, M. 1 175 

Mendell, L. M 218 

Mendelson, J. H 228 

iMenini, E 122 

Menzer-Benaron, D 230 

Merchant, R. L 242 

Merler, E 119, 209 

Merriam, J. C, Jr 195 

Merrifield, J. F 239 

Merrill, D 136 

Merrill, J. P 132 

Merrill, K., Jr 262 

Mertz, J. J 145 

Messer, R. J 253 

Messner, E 235 

Metcalfe, J. C 214 

Meyer, G. H., Jr 319 

Meyers, O. L 150 

Mezer, J 172 

Michael, J. G 203 

Michael, J. A 242 

Michaels, J. J 230 

Michalski, A. H 267 

Michell, R. H 122 

Michelsen, J. J 262 

Michelson, E. H 275 

Michener, D. P 232 

Michon, J., Jr 180 

Mickel, H. S 166 

Mihm, M. C, Jr 129 

Miller, C. C 264 

Miller, G 150 

Miller, L. M 145 

Miller, M. A 242 

Miller, S. A 319 

Miller, T. B 218 

Mills, J. A 136 

Mills, P. B. . 319 



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A4iner, R. L 319 

Ming, P. L 195 

Ming, S-C 192 

Mintz, N. L 230 

Mintz, S. B 239 

Misch, R. C 232 

Mishler, E. G 228 

Mitchell, A. M 142 

Mitry, H 235 

Mitsugi, K 150 

Mitus, A. T 202 

Mixter, C. G., Jr 258 

Miyamoto, M 129 

Modell, A. H 230 

Modest, E. J 194 

Modolell, J. B 112 

Mogami, H 267 

Moghul, T. H 262 

Mogul, K. M 235 

Mogul, S. L 235 

Mohr, J. P 166 

Mokrasch, L. C 117 

Moldveen, M 195 

Momose, K. J 253 

Monaco, A. P 258 

Monroe, R. G 202 

Montgomery, W. W 188 

Moolten, F. L 150 

Moore, C. V 138 

Moore, E. W 145 

Moore, F. D 255 

Moore, M. J 166 

Moorrees, C. F. A 319 

Morais, R 150 

Moran, W. J 245 

Morest, D. K 104 

Morgan, A. P., Jr 262 

Mori, T 267 

Morin, E. M 319 

Morkin, E., Jr 142 

Morris, M. J 268 

Morris, M 206 

Morris, P. J 268 

Morris, R. H 262 

Morris, T. A., Jr 235 

Morrison, A. P 245 

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Morrison, R. S 142 

Morse, L. S 206 

Morse, R. L 145 

Morse, W. H 212 

Moseley, R. V 270 

Moser, H. W 163 

Moses, J. M 136 

Mosher, H. A 179 

Most, A. S 152 

Moxley, J. H., 3d 12, 142 

Mueller, B. C. G 236 

Mueller, E. H 236 

Mueller, H. L 202 

Muirhead, D. M., Jr 206 

Mullane, D. J 262 

Mullen, J. J 239 

Muller, J. J 232 

Mulligan, W. J 170 

Mulvihill, J. E 319 

Mundth, E. D 270 

Munson, P. L 213 

iMunster, A. M 268 

Munoz, A 150 

Murakami, Y 189 

Murawski, B. J 230 

Murphy, J. C 196 

Murphy, J. D 264 

Murphy, S 150 

Murphy, S. F 166 

Murphy, W. F 230 

Murray, J. E 257 

Mushatt, C 231 

Musnick, H 239 

Mussells, F. L 222 

Mutter, A. Z 239 

Mutty, L. B 245 

Myers, A. R 150 

Myers, G. J 166 

Myers, G. S 134 

Myerson, D. J 228 

Myerson, R. L 319 

Naaman, N 174 

Nadas, A. S 201 

Nadelson, C. C 239 

Nadelson, T 239 

Nahor, A 245 

Nahum, J. P 245 

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Nakamura, A 214 

Nakao, T 150 

Nalbandian, J 319 

Nalebuff, E. A 184 

Nardi, G. L 256 

Nash, A. H 166 

Nash, G 196 

Nason, L. H 262 

Naterman, H. L 142 

Nathan, D. G 202 

Nathan, E. J 321 

Nathan, P. E 233 

Nathanson, L 142 

Nau, O. S., Jr 204 

Nauen, A. C 206 

Nauss, A. H 208 

Nebesar, R. A 252 

Neer, R. M 150 

Neff, J. M 207 

Neikirk, W. 1 203 

Nelson, F. S. 270 

Nelson, M. H 245 

Nelson, N. M 202 

Nelson, S. D 268 

Nemiah, J. C 14, 228 

Nemon, W. J 242 

Nesson, H. R 136 

Neuhauser, E. B. D 208, 251 

Neva, F. A 275 

Neville, A 122 

Nevinny-Stickel, H. B 140 

Nevo, S. 150 

New, P. F. J 251 

Newell, J. L 172 

Newman, J. J 239 

Newton, F. C 336 

Newton, R. A 262 

Niceforo, J. R 145 

Nicholi, A. M., Jr 239 

Nichols, F. S 233 

Nichols, G., Jr 124, 131 

Nichols, N. P 236 

Nickerson, A. L 7 

Nickerson, R. J 222 

Nigam, M. P 166 

Nikaido, H 109 

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Nitze, P. H 9 

Norden, C 112 

Norman, J. C 258 

Norris, H. T 196 

Notman, M. T 236 

Nourse, C. H 207 

Novitch, A. M 143 

Nuzum, C. T 150 

Oaks, J. H 11, 319 

O'Brien, C. C 206 

O'Brien, P. 1 184 

O'Brien, R. G 253 

O'Brien, T. F 136 

Ockner, R. K 150 

O'Connor, J. F 253 

Odake, K 150 

O'Dea, A. E 195 

Ofner, P 213, 319 

Ogata, M 242 

Oh, Y. H 122 

O'Hara, E. T 262 

Ohsawa, T 174 

Ohta, H 150 

Ohta, Y 196 

Ojemann, R. G 262 

Okagaki, T 196 

Oken, D. E 136 

Olendzki, R. J 11 

Olin, H. S 239 

Olive, G. M., Jr 180 

Olson, C. B 213 

Olson, W. H., Jr 166 

O'Neill, G. L 319 

Onesti, S. J., Jr 236 

Ono, H 268 

Orange, R. P 150 

Orjasaeter, H 203 

Orkand, P. M 105 

Orkand, R. K 214 

Orme, R. J 206 

Orr, J. C 119 

Orr, W. M 268 

Osborne, J 206 

Osborne, M. P 256 

Osborne, R. K 145 

Osier, L. D 164 

Osterberg, D. H 164 



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Ostroski, J. T 270 

O'Toole, W. F 195 

Ottenstein, D 239 

Ottinger, L. W 262 

Ouellette, E. M 206 

Ouellette, R 140 

Owen, O. E 150 

Owens, C. E 233 

Pachas, W. N 150 

Paff, G 104 

Page, L. K 264 

Page, L. B 137 

Pahnke, W. N 245 

Paine, A 242 

Paine, D 145 

Pajari, K. L 242 

Palay, S. L 104 

Palmerio, C 259 

Pan, S. C 275 

Panagakos, P. G 185 

Pant, S. S 166 

Paolitto, F. J 242 

Papermaster, D. S 196 

Pappas, A. M 184 

Pappenheimer, J. R 217 

Parisi, A. F 122 

Parker, A. H., Jr 8 

Parker, R. M 270 

Parkes, CM 233 

Parkhurst, E. C 262 

Parrish, J. R., Jr 124 

Parsons, L 12, 336 

Partlow, R. C, Jr 189 

Pascale, J. F 195 

Patch, V. D 236 

Pathak, M. A 128 

Patkin, S. J 218 

Patterson, R. D 245 

Patterson, W. B 257 

Patton, A. S 264 

Patton, G. W., Jr 174 

Pauk, G. L 150 

Paulus, H. P 117 

Pavy, D 242 

Payne, E. C, Jr 230 

Pearce, J. K., Jr 242 

Pearce, J. M. S 166 

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Pearlman, A. L 166 

Pearlman, C. A 242 

Pearlman, J. L 204 

Pearlman, W. H 257 

Pearlstein, G 166 

Pease, P. R 10 

Pechet, L. P 137 

Pechet, M. M 137 

Peebles, R. R 236 

Peebles, T. C 204 

Pendergrass, H. P 252 

Peracchia, C 166 

Perchemlides, P 122 

Perkin, A. B 319 

Perlman, M. S 245 

Perlmutter, A. D 262 

Perlo, V. P 164 

Pernokas, L. N 262 

Perry, J. A 236 

Pershonok, D 233 

Persky, A. D 239 

Peters, CM 143 

Peters, J. A 195 

Petersen, E. A 319 

Petersen, R. A 180 

Petersen, V. S 204 

Peterson, O. L 222 

Petrie, A 259 

Peyru, G. M 112 

Pfeffer, W., Jr 204 

PfefTerkorn, E. R no 

Pfister, R. C 253 

Phillips, A. W 264 

Phillips, D 105 

Phillips, F. J 245 

Phillips, J. H 173 

Piacsek, B. E 319 

Piazza, E. U 239 

Picard, E. H 164 

Piedrahita, V 207 

Piel, G 8 

Pier, A. S., Jr 143 

Pierce, D. L 189 

Pierce, D. S 183 

Pierce, E. C, Jr 258 

Piggot, P. J 112 

Pike, G. M 137 



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Pikula, J. V 257 

Pinals, R. S 143 

Pincus, J. H 150 

Pinderhughes, C A 231 

Pines, J 143 

Ping, W. C 152 

Piras, R 123 

Pirnar, T 252 

Piro, A. J 143 

Pittman, H. S 11 

Plauth, W. H., Jr 204 

Pless, I. B 207 

Plimpton, C H 10 

Plimpton, F. T. P 8 

Plotkin, G. R 137 

Pluchino, R 214 

Pluchino, S. B 214 

Pluth, J. R 268 

Plzak, L. F 270 

Point, W. W., 3d 143 

Polansky, B. J 145 

PolitofT, A. L 150 

Pollack, J 11, 13 

Pollard, J. J 252 

Pollen, A 178 

Pollen, D. A 259 

Pollock, M 166 

Pomerantz, J. M 242 

Pontoppidan, H 258 

Poortmans, J. R 123 

Pope, A 162 

Popoli, A. F 222 

Porter, P. J 202 

Poskanzer, D. C 222 

Posner, K. S 166 

Postel, S 145 

Postman, L. Y 242 

Potchen, E. J 253 

Potsaid, M. S 251 

Potter, D. D 160 

Potter, H. J 206 

Potter, L. T 212 

Potter, M. G 236 

Potter, T. A 183 

Powell, M. J 264 

Prager, A. S 239 

Prensky, A. L 164 

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Prescott, R. 145 

Price, A. C 207 

Priestley, B. L 207 

Priestley, G. C 268 

Propp, R. P 150 

Prout, C 137 

Pruett, R. C 180 

Pulley, L. T 196 

Purnode, A. L 151 

Pur-Shahriari, A. A 140 

Pusey, N. M 7, 11, 13, 93 

Putschar, W. G. J 193 

Pyles, R. L 242 

Quarton, G. C 230 

Quevedo, A. R 180 

Quevedo, W., Jr 128 

Quigley, T. B 255 

Quinby, W. C, Jr. 262 

Quincey, R. V 112 

Rabadjija, L 151 

Rabadjija, M 214 

Rabinov, K. R 252 

Rabkin, M. T 137 

Rachaman, E. S 123 

Rachlin, W. S 262 

Raff, M. C 166 

Rakic, P 166 

Raker, J. W 257 

Rako, J 206 

Ramirez, A 151 

Randerath, E. E 119 

Randerath, K 137 

Ransil, B. J 140 

Raphling, D. L 242 

Rapin, A. M. C 119, 154 

Rapoport, A. H 151 

Rasio, E 151 

Ray, B. A 163 

Razavi, L. M. B no 

Razzuk, M. A 268 

Reade, P. C no 

Reardon, P. C 8 

Rebeiz, J. J 166 

Record, E. E 184 

Rectanus, D. R 204 

Reddy, A. R 151 

Reddy, W. J 117, 153 



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Reed, J. W 180 

Reed, R. B 223 

Rees, M. K 137 

Rees, S. B 143 

Reese, T. S 105 

Refetoff, S 151 

Regan, C. D. J 179 

Regestein, Q. R 245 

Reich, P 236 

Reichard, J. F 236 

Reid, D. E 170 

Reid, R. C 236 

Reider, A. E 245 

Reidy, J. A 184 

Reif, L 112, 179 

Reilly, P. P., Jr 242 

Reinecke, R. D 179, 182 

Reiner, M. L., Jr 208 

Reiser, D. E 236 

Rendall, E. S 143 

Rendall, M 268 

Renshaw, C. L 185 

Replogle, R. L 264 

Resnick, R. H 143 

Revel, J-P 104 

Rever, G. W 236 

Rev-Kury, L. H 195 

Rexford, E. N 231 

Reyersbach, G. C 204 

Reynolds, E. S., Jr 193 

Reynolds, J. R 9, 93 

Reynolds, S. L 206 

Rheingold, J. C 233 

Rhine, M. W 242 

Rice, J. 239 

Rich, G 218 

Richards, F. F 143 

Richards, W. A 143 

Richardson, C. C 117 

Richardson, E. P., Jr 162 

Richardson, G. S 258 

Richardson, J. R 188 

Richardson, U. 1 214, 321 

Richie, R. H., Jr 204 

Rieder, S. V 1 17, 153 

Riemer, K 179 

Rifaat, M. K 195 

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Rife, D. L 245 

Riggs, B. C 230 

Riordan, J. F 118 

Riseborough, E. J 184 

Riseman, J. E. F 134 

Rivo, E 173 

Robb, G. L 206 

Robb, R. M 180 

Robbins, L. L 251 

Robbins, M. D 236 

Robbins, P. G 172 

Robbins, S. L 193 

Roberts, C. R 181 

Roberts, D. 194 

Roberts, G. P 119 

Robertson, G. L 151 

Robertson, J. D 105, 163 

Robertson, L. S 203 

Robey, J. S. 205 

Robinson, C. R 195 

Robinson, D. R 137 

Robinson, J. C 208 

Robinson, P. M 236 

Robinson, R. J 166 

Robinson, S. H 137 

Robison, R. L 196 

Rochlin, G 227 

Rock, J. C 336 

Rockefeller, D 8 

Rockett, F. X 264 

Roda, J. E 268 

Roddey, O. F., Jr 205 

Rodgers, J. B., Jr 151 

Rodkey, G. V 262 

Rofman, E. S 245 

Rogers, A. E 195 

Rogers, W. P., Jr 264 

Rojas, F. G 151 

Rojas-Benavides, L 151 

Rolde, A. M 242 

Rollins, N 239 

F.omanul, F. C. A 162 

Roopenian, A 188 

Ropes, M. W 132 

Rosales, R. K 163 

Roscoe, J. P 112 

Rosen, B. J 151 



Rosen, F. S 113, 202 

Rosenberg, B. M 207 

Rosenberg, E. H 319 

Rosenberg, I. H 143 

Rosenblith, W. A 188 

Rosenbusch, J-P 151 

Rosenfeld, L. 265 

Rosenheim, E 239 

Rosenkaimer, S 268 

Rosenthal, A 207 

Rosenthal, M. K 206 

Rosenthal, P 180 

Rosman, N. P 164 

Rosoff, C. B 258 

Rosowsky, A 119 

Ross, M 236 

Ross, R. A 202 

Rosset, R 112 

Rossi, A. M 230 

Roth, A. D 262 

Roth, M. M no 

Roth, S. 1 193 

Roth, S 242 

Roth, W. D 104 

Rothblatt, J. M 319 

Rothman, S. S 219, 319 

Rowbotham, J. L 262 

Rowe, C. R 184 

Rowe, J. H., Jr 9 

Rowland, C. V., Jr 242 

Rubenstein, H. S 194 

Rubin, H. W 171 

Rubin, J. W 268 

Rubinstein, D 143 

Ruboy, J. S 205 

Ruddy, S. J 151 

Ruderman, N. B 151 

Runge, E. F 207 

Ruscio, J. F 262 

Rush, D 112 

Russell, D. H 236 

Russell, J. V 242 

Russell, P. L 242 

Russell, P. S 255 

Russfield, A. B 191 

Rutenburg, A. M 257 

Rutenburg, S. H 259 



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Rutstcin, D, D 222 

Ryan, G. M., Jr 172 

Ryan, T. J 143 

Ryser, H. J. P 212 

Saad, F. M 260 

Sabath, L. D 137 

Sabbath, J. C 236 

Sabesin, S. M 137 

Sabin, J. E 245 

Sachar, E. J 230 

Sachdev, Y. V 268 

Sachs, B. J 179 

Sack, T 239 

Sacks, S 173 

Sadowsky, N. L. 252 

Safon, L. E. 172 

Sagall, E. L. 143 

St. Goar, W. T 143 

Sairenji, E 319 

Sakamoto, Y 242 

Salam, M. Z 163 

Salem, M. R 262 

Salerno, R. D 189 

Salhanick, H. A 170 

Salvesen, L. C 239 

Salzman, C 245 

Salzman, E. W 258 

Saltzstein, E. C 268 

Samaha, F. J 164 

Samaraweera, A. B 239 

Samaraweera, S 245 

Sanchez, G. C 137 

Sanders, C. A 137 

Sandler, A. 1 143 

Sanford, B. H 194 

Sangalang, V. E 166 

Sanger, S 242 

Santamarina, B. A 171 

Sapir, P. E 239 

Saravis, C. A 140 

Sarkar, N 123 

Sarner, M 151 

Sarris, S. P 265 

Sasahara, A. A 137 

Sastre, F. G 123 

Satovick, R. M 166 

Saunders, G. A 143 



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Saxena, B. N 151 

Saxon, L 143 

Scaife, J. G u 2 

Scannell, J. G 256 

Scapicchio, A. P 268 

Scarborough, G. A 123 

Sceery, R. T 205 

Schall, L. A 336 

Schaniro, R. H 143 

Schatzki, R 251 

Schatzki, S. C 253 

Scheer, K. 1 175 

Scheimberg, B. S 242 

Schepens, C. L 178 

Schepis, N. P 265 

Scheuplein, R 128 

Schillinger, E 123 

Schiller, K. F. R 151 

Schindler, A-M 207 

Schlesinger, H. R 239 

Schlossman, S. F 137 

Schmidt, W. M 208 

Schneeberger, E. E 196 

Schneider, P. B 143 

Schneller, P 245 

Schniewind, H. E 245 

Schnitzer, R. D 236 

Schoenenberger, G. A 123 

Schofield, P 123 

Scholl, M. L. L 164, 209 

Schramm, A. J 173 

Schrank, J. P 152 

Schroder, M. J 166 

Schroder, R. K 268 

Schuknecht, H. F 188 

Schulberg, H. C 233 

Schulman, C. L 152 

Schulman, J., Jr 143 

Schultz, S. G 218 

Schulz, M. D 251 

Schumacher, H. R 196 

Schuntermann, P. P 239 

Schur, P. H 137 

Schuster, S. R 259 

Schwab, R. S 162 

Schwabe, C 319 

Schwaber, J. R 145 



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Schwartz, A. R 164 

Schwartz, E 207 

Schwartz, H. J 151 

Schwartz, L. A 236 

Schwartz, P. S 152 

Scott, A. W 178 

Scott, D. H 180 

Scott, J. F 105, 132 

Scott, R. A. T 166 

Scott, W. R 166 

Scully, R. E 191 

Seale, E. S 179 

Sear, H. S 253 

Sears, B. R 262 

Sears, E. M 205 

Sedgwick, C. E 259 

Seeler, A. 139 

Segel, A. L 262 

Seidl, L. G 151 

Seigne, T. D 262 

Selenkow, H. A 134 

Selling, B 145 

Selverstone, B 164 

Selverstone, N. J 143 

Selzer, J. G 236 

Semon, R. G 236 

Semrad, E. V 227 

Sewall, W. F 172 

Sexton, L. 1 172 

Seyer, J. M 185 

Sha'afi, R 218 

Shader, R. 1 233 

Shahon, D. B 262 

Shambaugh, A. S 236 

Shambaugh, B. 236 

Shambaugh, P. W 243 

Shannon, D. C 206 

Shapiro, D 228 

Shapiro, H. 1 175 

Shapiro, J. H 252 

Shapiro, L. N 231 

Shapiro, R 265 

Shapiro, R. W 246 

Sharawy, A. M 319 

Sharp, G. W. G 212 

Sharpe, W., Jr 239 

Sharpley, R. H 246 



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Shattuck, G. C 336 

Shattuck, G. B 205 

Shaw, H. A 12, 321 

Shaw, J. H 14, 124, 320 

Shaw, J. R 243 

Shaw, J. L 185 

Shaw, R. S 257 

Shea, S. M 193 

Sheahan, D. G 196 

Sheftel, T. C 239 

Shein, H. M 230 

Shelburne, J. C 151 

Sheldon, A. P 233 

Shelton, W. R 240 

Sheridan, J. D 160 

Sherry, S. N. 205 

Shih, V. E 166 

Shillito, J., Jr 259 

Shimizu, M 320 

Shimizu, S. 1 166 

Shine, K. 1 152 

Shintani, A 268 

Shohet, S. B 140 

Shore, S 189 

Short, C. L 132 

Shoul, M. 1 265 

Shriber, W. J 137 

Shulman, L. B 320 

Shum, W-K. L 119 

Shuster, L 139 

Shwachman, H 201 

Sidel, N 139 

Sidel, V. W 212 

Sidley, N. T 240 

Sidman, M 162 

Sidman, R. L 106, 163 

Siegel, G. L 206 

Sifneos, P. E 228 

Sigman, D. S 123 

Silberger, J., Jr 236 

Silbert, C. K 151 

Silen, W 255 

Sillman, F. H 175 

Silverman, 1 205 

Silverman, S 228 

Silverstone, L 206 

Simeone, F. A 265 



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Simizu, B 140 

Simmons, R. J 179 

Simon, M 251 

Simon, W 218 

Simonian, S. J 196 

Simons, E. R 118 

Simpson, R. T 124 

Sinay, P. G 123 

Siner, M 207 

Sinesi, S. J 129 

Singer, D. L 145 

Singer, J. G 236 

Sinha, D. P 112 

Sisson, J. H 145 

Sizer, J. S 268 

Sizer, T. R 93 

Skarnes, R. C 260 

Skillman, J. J 262 

Sladen, A 268 

Slater, C. R 160 

Slayter, H. S 194 

Sledge, C. B 184 

Sloane, A. E 178 

Smith, C. Bruce 214 

Smith, C. Bryant 153 

Smith, C. A 201 

Smith, D. C 269 

Smith, D. H 202 

Smith, E. E 260 

Smith, E. H 173 

Smith, G. M 257 

Smith, G. Van S 170 

Smith, G 10 

Smith, J. H 196 

Smith, O. W 171 

Smith, R. H 236 

Smith, Richard M 336 

Smith, R. R 174 

Smith, Robert M 256 

Smith, S. B 173 

Smith, S. R 236 

Smith, S. A 172 

Smith, T. R 178, 197 

Smith-Petersen, M 184 

Snedeker, L 205 

Snider, H. H 143 

Snider, M 233 



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Snodgrass, P. J 137 

Snyder, B. R 236 

Snyder, F. F 336 

Snyder, J. C 93, 113, 197 

Snyder, J. G. 137 

Sobel, B. E 145 

Sobel, R. J. 151 

Socolow, E. L 143 

Socransky, S. S 1 13, 320 

Soeldner, J. S 143 

Sohier, W. D., Jr 138 

Sokolovsky, M 119 

Solomon, A. K 116, 217 

Solomon, H. C 336 

Solomon, P 14, 227 

Soloway, A. H 260 

Someda, K 269 

Soremark, R. S. A 320 

Sorokin, S. P 104 

Sosman, J. L 252 

Sotelo, C 105 

Sowles, J. H 320 

Soyka, L. F 205 

Sozio, R. B 320 

Spangler, A. S 129 

Sparling, P. F 112 

Sparrow, A. W 207 

Speck, M 320 

Spector, B 106 

Spence, A. M 166 

Sperber, M. A 246 

Spiegel, J. P 231 

Spielberg, T. E 151 

Spielman, A. 275 

Spievack, A. R 262 

Spiro, M. J 140 

Spiro, R. G 117 

Squire, L. F 252 

Sridhara, S 1 19 

Stahler, S 173 

Stalvey, H. D 236 

Stanacev, N. Z 119 

Stanbury, J. B 139 

Stanton, A. H 227 

Stare, F. J. 124 

Starkey, G. W. B 257 

Starobin, O. E 145 



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PAGE 

Starr, A. M 262 

Starr, A 259 

Stason, W. B 153 

Staton, R. D 105 

Stavros, J. J 189 

Stearns, M 10 

Stearns, N. S 138 

Stearns, S 138 

Stechschulte, D. J 151 

Steigbigel, N. H 151 

Stein, G. F 151 

Stein, H. J 143 

Stein, S. W 143 

Steinberg, J. D 151 

Steinke, J 143 

Steinmetz, P 138 

Stellar, L. 1 143 

Stempien, J. H 320 

Stenn, K. S 196 

Stephenson, M. L 138 

Sterling, P 160 

Stern, B. D 320 

Stern, M. J 243 

Stevens, J. R 163 

Stewart, R. C 145 

Stiglitz, M. L 246 

Stillman, J. S., Jr 138 

Stimson, A. B 205 

Stinson, J. L 218 

Stiver, LP 233 

Stock, M. 236 

Stoddard, L. T 163 

Stoeckle, J. D 138 

StofTyn, A. M 119 

Stoffyn, P. J 117 

Stohlman, F., Jr 139 

Stolman, J. M 320 

Stone, A. A 228 

Stone, B. H 172 

Stone, L. A 243 

Stone, Stephen 320 

Stone, Sumner 240 

Stone, W. E 237 

Storm, G 206 

Stovring, J 253 

Strand, R. D 253 

Strasburger, L. H 243 



PAGE 

Strathmann, W. D 246 

Stratton, K 140 

Strause, N. P., 3d 208 

Strauss, H. S 205 

Strauss, M. B 139 

Strauss, R. S 243 

Street, R. B., Jr 195 

Streeto, J. M 152 

StreifT, R. R 143 

Stretton, A. O. W 160 

Strickler, W. L 265 

Strieder, D. J 145 

Strigini, P. F 112 

Strock, M. S 320 

Strock, P. E 320 

Strole, W. E., Jr 145 

Stuart, F. P 269 

Stults, H. B., Jr 205 

Sturgis, G. P 138 

Sturgis, S. H 170 

Sturnick, M. 1 138 

Sturrock, J. B 237 

Suby, H. 1 262 

Suematsu, K 269 

Suescum, A. T 246 

Sukenik, H. J 140 

Sulk, Y. Q. M 152 

Sullivan, G. L., Jr 178 

Sullivan, J. M 145 

Sullivan, J. F 164 

Sullivan, W. H 185 

Suma, K 269 

Suwa, K 265 

Suwa, M 269 

Suyemoto, J 195 

Suzuki, M 123 

Swanson, L. T 320 

Swartz, M. N 113, 134, 209 

Sweeney, E. A 320 

Sweeney, V. P 166 

Sweet, R. H 223 

Sweet, W. H 256 

Szabo, G 104, 128 

Szymanski, L. S 246 

Taber-Pierce, E 105 

Taft, E. B 153, 191 

Taft, G. H 205 



366 



OFFICERS OF ADMINISTRATION AND INSTRUCTION 



PAGE 

Taft, P. D 193 

Tagiuri, C. K 240 

Tait, G. H 119 

Takahashi, K 160 

Takeda, Y 112 

Talamo, R. C 152 

Talbot, G. A 270 

Talbot, H. S 257 

Talbot, N. B 201 

Talkov, R. H 143 

Talland, G. A 228 

Tanaka, K 152 

Tanaka, S 119 

Tanzer, M. L 140 

Tarjan, E. M 140 

TartakofT, H. H 237 

Tashima, L. S 105 

Tashjian, A. H., Jr 212, 320 

Tassie, J. A 265 

Taub, J. S 206 

Taube, 1 237 

Taubenhaus, L. J 222 

Taylor, A 218 

Taylor, C. W 246 

Taylor, G. W 253 

Taylor, W. J 262 

Taymor, M. L 171 

Tedeschi, L. G 195 

Teebagy, C. E 207 

Tefft, M 252 

Tegtmeyer, P. J. 197 

Tejada-Garcia, A. S 167 

Temby, W. D 240 

Thaler, M. M 123 

Thiel, G. T 152 

Thier, S. 143 

Thoft, R. A 181 

Thoma, K. H 336 

Thomas, E. W 214 

Thomas, W. H 185 

Thompson, G. E 320 

Thompson, G. R 152 

Thomson, J. A 140 

Thorn, G. W 94, 131 

Thurm, R. H 145 

Tiernan, J. R 208 

Tilles, J. G 144 



Tilley, R. F 128 

Tillotson, J. R 152 

Timberlake, W. H 163 

Tin, K. M 140 

Toch, R 205 

Todd, D. P 257 

Tolani, A. J 123 

Toll, K. van S 164 

Tolman, M. M 128 

Tomchik, F. S 252 

Tomei, J. A 253 

Tomlinson, E. B 167 

Torgerson, W. R., Jr 184 

Towle, P. A 164 

Trachtenberg, H. A 262 

Travis, D. F 184 

Trelstad, R. L 197 

Tremblay, G. C 123 

Trendelenburg, U. G 14, 212 

Trevett, L. D 230 

Trey, C 144 

Tropp, B. E 112 

Trott, A. W 183 

Trum, B. F 12, 192 

Trump, D. S 270 

Tryphonopoulos, J. S 152 

Tsai, S-C. S 123 

Tseng, W-S. V 246 

Tucci, J. R 152 

Tucker, A. W., Jr 172 

Tucker, D. A 144 

Tullis, J. L 134 

Tumulty, P. A 139 

Turner, R. H 184 

Turtle, W. J 205 

Tuthill, J. W. G 205 

Twaddle, J. A 253 

Tyler, H. R 163 

Uahwatanasakul, Y 152 

Uhle, F. C 212 

Ulfelder, H 170 

Ulin, R 184 

Ullian, R. B 144 

Ulmer, D. D 138 

Umansky, 1 205 

Umlas, J. 197 

Underwood, R. H. 174 



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PAGE 

Urbaniak, H. S 185 

Uzman, B. B. G 194 

Vaidya, V. M 123 

Vaillant, G. E 214 

Vaillant, H. W 153 

Valenstein, A. F 230 

Valentine, M. D 152 

Vallee, B. L 116 

Vallotton, M. B 153 

van Amerongen, S. T 237 

Vandam, L. D 256 

Van Der Meulen, J. P 163 

Van Der Molen, NJ.E. see Engeset 

van der Molen, R. A 265 

Vanderpol, M 237 

Van Der Vlies, C 214 

van der Werf, B. A 269 

Van Dyke, W. M 205 

Van Leeuwen, M. J 320 

Van Orden, L. S., 3d 105 

van Pelt, 1 167 

VanPelt, W 205 

Van Praagh, D. R 193 

vanPraagh, S. Z 205 

Van Schoote, Y. J 196 

Vawter, G. F 191 

Venkataraman, S 123 

Verhoeff, F. H 336 

Ververbrants, E 153 

Vickery, A. L., Jr 191 

Villee, C. A., Jr 116 

Villee, D. B 203 

Vitug, A. J 167 

von Gaudecker, B 105 

von Lichtenberg, F 192 

Vorenberg, J 230 

Vrbic, V 320 

Wacker, W. E. C 134 

Wacks, J. 246 

Wagner, H. R 208 

Waino-Andersen, E 259 

Waldron, J. T., Jr 320 

Waldvogel, F. A 152 

Walker, G. G 10 

Walker, J. C 265 

Walker, P. H 265 

Wallace, J 205 



PAGE 

Wallace, J. S 174 

Wallach, D. F. H 117 

Wallach, H. D 240 

Waller, M. B 213 

Walter, C. W 256 

Walter, M. M., Jr 237 

Walton, D. S 181 

Walzer, S. G 265 

Walzer, S 237 

Wang, C 265 

Wang, C-C 252 

Wang, S. F 208 

Ware, R. G 253 

Warr, W. B 105 

Warren, K. W 259 

Warren, R 256 

Warren, S 336 

Warshawsky, H 185 

Warthin, T. A 131 

Washburn, S. L 237 

Waterfleld, M. D 153 

Watkins, A. L 134 

Watson, B. K no 

Watson, C. G 269 

Watson, P. L 237 

Watson, R. H 205 

Watson, R. J 320 

Watters, G. V 164 

Watton, R. F 320 

Watts, R 10 

Waud, B. E 262 

Waud, D. R 212 

Waugh, N. C 233 

Waxier, N. E 230 

Wearn, J. T 10 

Weatherall, I. L 152 

Weber, A. L 252 

Webster, D. A 152 

Webster, E. W 251 

Webster, H. deF 163 

Wegner, W. R 257 

Weicker, H. F 120 

Weil, J. L 240 

Weinberg, A. N 138 

Weinberger, J. L 237 

Weiner, A. E 173 

Weiner, L 237 



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OFFICERS OF ADMINISTRATION AND INSTRUCTION 



PAGE 

Weiner, N 212 

Weiner, R. M 240 

Weinfeld, M. S 185 

Weingarten, C. H 145 

Weinstein, L 203, 223 

Weinstein, R. L 152 

Weinstein, R. S 197 

Weinstock, M 320 

Weintraub, D 173 

Weisman, A. D 228 

Weisman, H. J 243 

Weiss, A. D 189 

Weiss, B 123 

Weiss, J. B 262 

Weiss, J. L 230 

Weiss, R. S 231 

Weiss, T. F 223 

Welch, C. E 256 

Welch, K. J 259 

Weller, T. H 113, 208, 275 

Wellock, W. D 320 

Wells, H 321 

Wells, J. C, Jr 144 

Wells, L. D 237 

Wells, R. E 134 

Weltner, J. S 246 

Wenlund, D. E 253 

Wermer, H 230 

Wermer, O. S 237 

Wertelecki, W 208 

Wescott, D. A 265 

West, F. J 179 

West, J. J 167 

Wexler, D 230 

Wickelgren, B. G 160 

Wiedman, M 180 

Wiedmann, T-W. T 194 

Wiesel, T. N 214, 217, 229 

Wiesner, J. B 10 

Wiggins, L. G 93 

Wilensky, S 140 

Wilfert, CM 208 

Wilfert, J. N 113 

Wilgram, G. F 128, 321 

Wilkins, E. W., Jr 259 

Wilkinson, H. A 265 

Wilkinson, R. H 253 



Wilier, L. H 237 

Williams, C 138 

Williams, H. W., Jr 237 

Williams, J. A 259 

Williams, J. H., Jr 145 

Williams, R. F 152 

Williams, R. J. P 118 

Willie, C. V 231 

Wilson, D. E 153 

Wilson, N. L., Jr 243 

Wilson, R. E 257 

Wilson, R. V 237 

Wilson, T. H 217 

Wilson, W. L 321 

Winer, B. M 138 

Winkler, G. F 164 

Winn, H. J 113,257 

Winsey, H. S 269 

Winship, L. L 10 

Winter, P. M 269 

Winter, W. D., Jr 203 

Wittenborg, M. H 251 

Wittes, J. T 223 

Woeber, K. A 138 

Wohl, M. J 145 

Wohl, M. E. B 205 

Wolf, E. G. G 179 

Wolf, M. K 105 

Wolf, P. A 167 

Wolfe, D. E 105 

Wolfe, H. J 193 

Wolff, A. K 240 

Wolff, L 336 

Wolff, P. H 209, 229 

Wolff, R 138 

Wolfort, F. G 269 

Wolf son, S 152 

Wolman, H. M 240 

Woodruff, L. M 263 

Woods, F. M 259 

Wool, M. S 146 

Worcester, J 223 

Wu, H. C. P 124 

Wu, T. T 120 

Wuerker, R. B 105 

Wulsin, H. E 237 

Wuthier, R. E 321 



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PAGE 

Wheatley, R. E 174 

Wheeler, E. 138 

Wheeler, H. J 206 

Wheeler, H. B 259 

Wheelock, F. C, Jr 263 

Whiskin, F. E 240 

White, J. C 336 

White, M. F 263 

White, M. K 206 

White, P. H 321 

Whitfield, T. J., 3rd 206 

Whitney, J. B 179, 182 

Wright, E. M 218 

Wright, R. L 263 

Wyatt, R. J 246 

Wyman, E. T., Jr 184 

Wyman, S. M 251 

Yahia, C 173 

Yakovlev, P. 1 336 

Yamazaki, Z 269 

Yang, S. S 124 

Yatsuhashi, M 263 

Yellen, M 246 

Yen, P. K 321 

Yeoh, T. S 214 

Yeransian, J. Z 175 

Ycganian, G 194 

Yerkes, R. C 243 

Yoko, T 167 

Yosipovitch, Z. H 185 

Young, D. M 134 

Younge, P. A 170 

Yu, D. T 197 

Yuasa, R 113 

Yuasa, S 269 



PAGE 

Yukioka, M 140 

Yurchak, P. M 144 

Zacharias, L. R 171 

Zakheim, R. M 218 

Zamcheck, N 138 

Zamecnik, P. C 131 

Zarkowsky, H. S 208 

Zaroff, L. 1 265 

Zarsky, L. R. N 140 

Zaver, A. G 205 

Zehavi, T 124 

Zehavi, U 124 

Zeitlin, G. L 263 

Zetzel, E. R 227 

Zetzel, L 133 

Zezulin, W 252 

Zigelbaum, S. D 246 

Zilbach, J. J 240 

Zimbler, S 184 

Zimmermann, R. A 113 

Zimon, R. P 153 

Zinberg, N. E 229 

Zinninger, G. F 253 

Ziskind, A 206 

Zoll, P. M 132 

Zollinger, R. M., Jr 269 

Zook, B. C 196 

Zovickian, A 189 

Zuady, E. C 205 

Zuckerman, J. E,, Jr 175 

Zuckerman, W 269 

Zuschneid, F. W 269 

Zwaig, N 124 

Zweifach, P. H 180 



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INDEX 



Abbreviations ioo 

Academic Calendar 4 

Administrative Board 13 

Administrative Officers 11 

Admission, Foreign Students . 37 
Admission, Requirements for . 30 
Admission Procedure, Special 

Students 39 

Admission to Advanced Stand- 
ing in the Medical School 36 
Anatomy, Department of ... . 104 
Announcement of Courses in 

the Dental School 322 

Announcement of Courses in 

the Medical School 104 

Assembly, Undergraduate .... 95 
Bacteriology and Immunology, 

Department of 109 

Beneficiary and Loan Funds in 
other Departments of the 

University 88 

Beth Israel Hospital 21 

Biological Chemistry, Depart- 
ment of 116 

Board of Overseers 8 

Boston City Hospital 21 

Boston Hospital for Women . 22 
Boston Lying-in Hospital. See 
Boston Hospital for Women 
Buildings, Description of ... . 17 

Calendar, Academic 4 

Cancer Commission of Har- 
vard University 93 

Children's Hospital Medical 

Center 23 

Colleges Represented by Stu- 
dents in the Dental School 334 
Colleges Represented by Stu- 
dents in the Medical School 313 

Corporation, The 7 

Courses, Announcement of, in 

the Dental School 322 

Courses, Announcement of, in 

the Medical School 104 

Courses for Graduates 39 



Curriculum, General Descrip- 
tion of 95 

Degree, Requirements for Doc- 
tor of Dental Medicine ... 47 
Degree, Requirements for Doc- 
tor of Medical Sciences .... 47 
Degree, Requirements for Doc- 
tor of Medicine 45 

Degrees in the Medical Sci- 
ences, Requirements for . .40, 48 
Degrees of Doctor of Dental 
Medicine Conferred in June 

1966 330 

Degrees of Doctor of Medi- 
cine Conferred, June 1966 279 

March 1967 283 

Dental Medicine, School of . . 18 
Dental Medicine, School of, 

Teaching Staff 315 

Dental Medicine, Elective 

Course 127 

Departments, Listing of, be- 
ginning page 104 

Dermatology, Department of 128 

Dining Hall 52 

Division of Hours, Dental 

School 329 

Division of Hours, Medical 

School 101 

Division of Medical Sciences 40 

Dormitory 18, 51 

Elective Courses, Listing of. 
See Individual Department 

Emeriti Professors 335 

Employment, Student 53 

Enrollment, Dental School . 331 
Enrollment Summary, Dental 

School 333 

Enrollment, Medical School . 292 
Enrollment Summary, Medical 

School 312 

Examination, General, for De- 
gree Candidates 43 

Examinations and Promotion 42 



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INDEX 



Faculty, Listing by Depart- 
ment, beginning page 104 

Fees and Expenses 48 

Fellowships 53 

Fellowships and Scholarships 
in other Departments of the 

University 66 

First Year Schedule 102 

See also General Plan of In- 
struction 
Foreign Students, Admission 

Procedure 37 

Fourth Year Schedule 103 

See also General Plan of In- 
struction 
Free Hospital for Women see 
Boston Hospital for Women 
General Plan of Instruction 

First Two Years 95 

Third and Fourth Years ... 97 

General Regulations 42 

Graduates, Courses for 39 

Gynecology. See Obstetrics 
and Gynecology, Depart- 
ment of 

Harvard Medical Center 30 

Health Service, Student 52 

History and Organization of 

the Medical School 15 

Hospitals 21 

Hours, Division of, Dental 

School 329 

Hours, Division of, Medical 

School 101 

Howe Laboratory of Ophthal- 
mology 181 

Instruction, General Plan of . . 95 
Interdepartmental and Special 

Courses 274 

Internship Appointments, Class 

of 1966 284 

Leave of Absence 44 

Leave of Absence, Medical 

Students on 314 

Lectureships 91 

Legal Medicine, Division of . 199 
See Pathology, Department 
of 



Libraries 19 

Loan Funds in the Dental 

School 87 

Loan Funds in the Medical 

School 86 

Loan and Beneficiary Funds in 
other Departments of the 

University 88 

McLean Hospital 25 

Massachusetts Eye and Ear In- 
firmary 25 

Massachusetts General Hospital 26 
Massachusetts Mental Health 

Center 27 

Medical College Admission 

Test 34 

Medical Schools Represented 
by Students who Entered 
Dental School with Ad- 
vanced Standing 334 

Medical Schools Represented 
by Students who Entered 
Medical School with Ad- 
vanced Standing 314 

Medical Sciences, Division of 40 
Medical Sciences, Higher De- 
grees in 40, 48 

Medicine, Department of . . . . 131 

Microscopes 50 

Museum, Warren Anatomical 20 
National Scholarships, Dental 

School 65 

National Scholarships, Medical 

School 56 

Neurobiology, Department of 160 
Neurology, Department of . . . 162 
Neuropathology, 169. See also 

Neurology 
New England Deaconess Hos- 
pital 28 

Obstetrics and Gynecology, 

Department of 170 

Officers, Administrative 11 

Officers of Administration and 

Instruction, Index of 337 

Ophthalmology, Department of 178 
Ophthalmology, Howe Labora- 
tory of 181 



37 2 



INDEX 



Orthopedic Surgery, Depart- 
ment of 183 

Otology and Laryngology, De- 
partment of 188 

Overseers, Board of 8 

Overseers' Committee to Visit 
the Medical and Dental 

Schools 10 

Pathology, Department of . . . 191 
Pediatrics, Department of ... . 201 
Peter Bent Brigham Hospital 29 
Pharmacology, Department of 212 
Physiology, Department of . . . 217 
Plan of Instruction, General . . 95 
President and Fellows of Har- 
vard College 7 

Preventive Medicine, Depart- 
ment of 222 

Prizes, Dental School 91 

Prizes, Medical School 90 

Professors Emeriti 335 

Promotion, Rules Governing . . 44 

Promotion Boards 43 

Psychiatry, Department of . . 227 

Public Health, School of ... . 41 

Radiology, Department of ... . 251 

Regulations, General 42 

Research Funds 93 

Research, Opportunities for . . 94 

See also Tutorial Program 

Rules Governing Promotion . . 44 

Schedule: First Year 102 

Second Year 102 

Third Year 103 

Fourth Year 103 

See also General Plan of In- 
struction 

Scholarships 56 

Scholarships, Dental School . . 65 

Scholarships, Medical School . $6 
Scholarships and Fellowships in 



other Departments of the 

University 66 

School of Dental Medicine . . 18 
School of Dental Medicine, 

Teaching Staff 315 

School of Public Health 41 

School of Public Health Elec- 
tive Courses 277 

Second Year Schedule 102 

See also General Plan of In- 
struction 
Servicemen, Admission proce- 
dure 37 

Special Students, Admission 

Procedure 39 

Student Employment 53 

Student Health Service 52 

Students Enrolled in Dental 

School 331 

Students Enrolled in Medical 

School 292 

Students on Leave of Absence 

from Medical School 314 

Surgery, Department of .... 255 

Third Year Schedule 103 

See also General Plan of In- 
struction 

Tropical Public Health 275 

Tuition 48 

Tutorial Program and Student 

Research 98 

Undergraduate Assembly ... 95 

Vanderbilt Hall 18, 51 

Veterans Administration Hos- 
pital (West Roxbury) 29 

Visiting Committee 10 

Warren Anatomical Museum 20 
West Roxbury Veterans Ad- 
ministration Hospital 29 

Withdrawal from the Medical 
School 45 



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