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226 Medicine BuildingSchools, Medical; Education, Medical; Universities, Utah; Aspects, HistoricalThe Basic Sciences Building was home to the administrative offices and classrooms for the College of Medicine from 1920 until completion of the Medical Center / College of Medicine in 1965. In addition to the Basic Sciences Building, temporary buildings were also used to supplement space needs.
227 Medical Students Attending Classroom Lecture (1980s)Universities; University of Utah; School of Medicine; College of NursingUniversity of Utah student classroom 1980s
228 Williams, Roger R., M.D. (1990s)Faculty, Medical; Schools, Medical; Hospitals, University; Academic Medical Centers; Cardiology; Pedigree; Coronary Disease; Hyperlipoproteinemia Type II; Mass Screening; Genetic Testing; Genetic Predisposition to Disease; Research; Universities; UtahDr Williams was one of the medical school's most successful faculty members in obtaining research funding. Dr Williams was principal investigator on 21 research grants totaling $18.9 million. Nearly $16 million of that was awarded by the NIH for investigation into hypertension, coronary-prone pedigr...
229 Thomas Caine, M.D. and John Holbrook, M.D. (2015)Universities; Utah; School of Medicine; John Holbrook; Thomas Caine; faculty; medicineJohn Holbrook, MD Class of '67 and Thomas Caine, MD Class of '63 worked together at University of Utah as internists for over 26 years; In 1972, Holbrook and Caine were the first two of three hires for the new Division of General Internal Medicine, along with Grant Christian, MD. "We were three fell...
230 Sam Skaggs in Pharmacy LabGift Giving; Fund Raising; Financial Support; PhilanthropySkaggs Pharmacy Lab - L.S. "Sam" Skaggs, Jr. In his 20s, Sam Skaggs dreamed of becoming a pharmacist. Instead he became one of the most powerful businessman in the nation, donating in excess of $60 million to fund the College of Pharmacy.
231 Veasy, L. George, M.D.Academic Medical Centers; Faculty, Medical; Professional Role; Education, Medical; Schools, Medical; Physicians; Cardiology; Pediatrics; Research; Universities; Utah; Medical DirectorsDr L. George Veasy (Class of '46). In 1968, Dr Veasy was named director of pediatrics, education and research at Primary Children's Medical Center about a mile away from the University of Utah. He would eventually lead PCMC's move to the University of Utah's campus in 1990, but in the late '60s, his...
232 University of Utah Medical Center Dedication Alumni Banquet (1965)Anniversaries and Special Events; Hospitals, University; Academic Medical Centers; Universities; UtahUniversity of Utah Medical Center Dedication Alumni Banquet, September, 1965
233 College of Medicine Cornerstone Ceremony and Alumni Banquet (1962)Anniversaries and Special Events; Schools, Medical; Universities; UtahCollege of Medicine Cornerstone Ceremony
234 Grosser, Bernard I., M.D.Academic Medical Centers; Faculty, Medical; Professional Role; Education, Medical; Schools, Medical; Physicians; Psychiatry; Research; Universities; Utah; Department ChairsDr Grosser was born in Boston, Massachusetts in 1929. Dr Grosser received his B.A. from the University of Massachusetts 1950; M.S. University of Michigan 1953; M.D. 1959 Case Western Reserve University. Dr Grosser completed both his Internship (1959-1960 and Residency 1960-1965 at the University of ...
235 Cornerstone Ceremonies for the University of Utah Medical Center (1962)Anniversaries and Special Events ; Models, Structural; Hospitals, University; Academic Medical Centers; Schools, Medical; Universities; Utah; Aspects, HistoricalDignitaries inspect medical center model during cornerstone ceremonies. From the left: Ray Olpin, President of the University, Royden G. Derrick, Board of Regents, Governor George D. Clyde, Leland B. Flint, Chair of the Fund Campaign, C.D. Carlyle Thompson, Director of the Utah State Board of Health...
236 Abildskov, J.A., M.D.Academic Medical Centers; Faculty, Medical; Professional Role; Education, Medical; Schools, Medical; Physicians; Cardiology; Research; Universities; UtahDr Abildskov was born in Salem, Utah in 1923. Dr Abildskov received both his B.A. (1944) and his M.D. (1946) from the University of Utah. Dr Abildskov was a Fellow in Internal Medicine (1947-1951) and Instructor (1951-1954) at Tulane University. Dr Abildskov was cardiologist and Chief-of-Service at ...
237 Abildskov, J.A., M.D.Academic Medical Centers; Faculty, Medical; Professional Role; Education, Medical; Schools, Medical; Physicians; Cardiology; Research; Universities; UtahDr Abildskov was born in Salem, Utah in 1923. Dr Abildskov received both his B.A. (1944) and his M.D. (1946) from the University of Utah. Dr Abildskov was a Fellow in Internal Medicine (1947-1951) and Instructor (1951-1954) at Tulane University. Dr Abildskov was cardiologist and Chief-of-Service at ...
238 Abildskov, J.A., M.D.Academic Medical Centers; Faculty, Medical; Professional Role; Education, Medical; Schools, Medical; Physicians; Cardiology; Research; Universities; UtahDr Abildskov was born in Salem, Utah in 1923. Dr Abildskov received both his B.A. (1944) and his M.D. (1946) from the University of Utah. Dr Abildskov was a Fellow in Internal Medicine (1947-1951) and Instructor (1951-1954) at Tulane University. Dr Abildskov was cardiologist and Chief-of-Service at ...
239 Hammond, Elizabeth  (1967)Students, Medical; Schools, Medical; Universities; UtahElizabeth Hammond, along with Carolyn Colessides, Kumiko Iwamoto, and Yvonne Lonni comprised the female graduate cohort Class of 1967 (Medicine Man 1967).
240 Hammond, Elizabeth (1967)Students, Medical; Education, Medical; Schools, Medical; Universities; Utah; Aspects, HistoricalElizabeth Hammond, along with fellow medical students, sharing impressions in an informal setting.
241 First Patient Grant Hunsaker (1965)Anniversaries and Special Events; Hospital-Patient Relations; Patients; Hospitals, University; Universities; UtahGrant Hunsaker, age 6, was the first admission to the University Medical Center, July 10, 1965. The center of attention opening day, Grant was presented with a plaque and a blue toy Tonka truck by the medical center staff.  Pictured also, are Dr Kenneth Castleton, Dean of the College of Medicine, G...
242 Salt Lake County General Hospital Surgery (1944)Hospitals, County; Hospitals, General; Hospitals, Public; Operating Rooms; UtahSalt Lake County General Hospital Surgery, July, 1944.
243 Olsen, Donald B., D.V.M., D.Sc.Heart, Artificial; Animals, Laboratory; Animal Experimentation; Biomedical Research; Biomedical Engineering; Universities; UtahDonald B. Olsen, D.V.M, standing next to Tony, a calf who survived 30 days on an early model of the Kolff artificial heart. Along with Dr Willem Kolff, Dr Olsen played an important role in the development of the artificial heart at the University of Utah. Dr Olsen was was born in Axtell, Utah in 193...
244 Cancer Research Building (1962)Academic Medical Centers; Schools, Medical; Universities; Utah; Research Facilities; Aspects, HistoricalView of the Cancer Research Building from the southwest, looking to the northeast during construction of University Medical Center in ca.1962. The Cancer Research Building was completed in 1951 with funds from the Atomic Energy Commission. The Radiobiology Building and animal kennels were completed ...
245 Pharmacy StudentsStudents, Pharmacy; Universities; Utah; Aspects, HistoricalUndergraduate pharmacy students in the laboratory. The pharmacy school was a department within the medical school from 1917-1927. It was reinstituted in 1946 as the College of Pharmacy under the leadership of Dean L. David Hiner.
246 Groundbreaking Ceremonies for the University of Utah Medical Center (1959)Anniversaries and Special Events; Academic Medical Centers; Hospitals, University; Schools, Medical; Universities; Utah; Aspects, HistoricalGroundbreaking ceremony for the University of Utah Medical Center, July, 13, 1959.
247 Medical Center and University Hospital (1981)Hospitals, University; Academic Medical Centers; Schools, Medical; Universities; Utah; Aspects, HistoricalAerial photograph of the west elevation of the University of Utah Medical Center and University Hospital. Orientation is W looking E.
248 Physical Education Class (1900)Physical Education and Training; Health Education; Universities; Utah; Aspects, HistoricalPhysical and health education class at the University of Utah in the 1900s.
249 Abebe the Calf (1976)Heart, Artificial; Animals, Laboratory; Animal Experimentation; Biomedical Research; Biomedical Engineering; Universities; UtahIn 1976, Abebe the Calf was kept  alive for 184 days with a Kolff artificial heart.
250 Medical Center (1965)Hospitals, University; Academic Medical Centers; Schools, Medical; Universities; Utah; Aspects, HistoricalThe south approach to the University of Utah Medical Center. Orientation is SW looking NE.
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