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26 AirMed Helicopter (1985)Air Ambulances; Hospitals, University; Academic Medical Centers; Universities; UtahAirMed helicopter at the University Hospital helipad.
27 AirMed Helicopter on Approach to the Helipad (1970s)Air Ambulances; Hospitals, University; Academic Medical Centers; Schools, Medical; Universities; Utah; Aspects, HistoricalAerial photograph of AirMed helicopter approaching the University of Utah Medical Center helipad. During the 1970s, the helipad was located directly west of the hospital.
28 AirMed Helicopters Above Primary Children's Hospital (1987)Hospitals, Pediatric; Air AmbulancesUniversity of Utah AirMed helicopters transported pediatric patients to the Primary Children's Hospital on the Avenues until the new Primary Children's Medical Center was opened next to the University Hospital in 1996.
29 Albo, Dominic, Jr., M.D. (1969)
30 Ambati, Balamurali K., M.D., Ph.D., M.B.A.Academic Medical Centers; Faculty, Medical; Professional Role; Education, Medical; Schools, Medical; Physicians; Ophthalmology; Neurobiology; Anatomy; Research; Visual Sciences; Universities; UtahDr Ambati received his M.D. degree from Mount Sinai Medical College (at age 17) in 1995. Dr Ambati complete his residency in ophthalmology at Harvard University. Dr Ambati completed a fellowship in cornea and refractive surgery at Duke University in 2002. Dr Ambati joined the faculty of the Medical ...
31 Amos, Linda K., R.N. Ed.D.Academic Medical Centers; Faculty, Nursing; Professional Role; Education, Nursing; Schools, Nursing; Universities; Utah; Academic Deans; Academic Vice PresidentsDr Amos was born in Findlay, Ohio in 1940. Dr Amos received both her B.S. (1962) and M.S. (1964) from Ohio State University. Dr Amos received her Ed.D. from Boston University in 1977. Dr Amos was Assistant Dean of Baccalaureate Affairs at Boston University College of Nursing from 1971-1974 and Dean ...
32 Amos, Linda K., R.N. Ed.D.Portraits; Academic Medical Centers; Faculty, Nursing; Professional Role; Education, Nursing; Schools, Nursing; Universities; Utah; Academic Deans; Academic Vice PresidentsDr Amos was born in Findlay, Ohio in 1940. Dr Amos received both her B.S. (1962) and M.S. (1964) from Ohio State University. Dr Amos received her Ed.D. from Boston University in 1977. Dr Amos was Assistant Dean of Baccalaureate Affairs at Boston University College of Nursing from 1971-1974 and Dean ...
33 Anatomy Department (1970)Hospital Departments; Anatomy; Faculty, Medical; Hospitals, University; Academic Medical Centers; Universities; Utah; Aspects, HistoricalMembers of the Anatomy Department. Front row: Dr Tom Dougherty, Dr Webster Jee, Dr G Taylor; Back row: Dr Walt Stevens: Dr Charles Nabors, Dr Gottlieb Schneebeli
34 Anderson, Isabelle T., B.S.Academic Medical Centers; Libraries, Medical; Universities; Utah; LibrariansIsabelle T. Anderson was born in Conifer, Colorado in 1905. Ms Anderson received her B.A. in English from the University of Colorado in 1927 and her B.S. in Library Sciences from the University of Illinois in 1930. Ms Anderson began her working career as Assistant Librarian at University of Colorado...
35 Anderson, John A., M.D. Ph.D.Academic Medical Centers; Faculty, Medical; Professional Role; Education, Medical; Schools, Medical; Physicians; Pediatrics; Research; Universities; Utah; Department ChairsDr Anderson was born in Sioux Falls, South Dakota in 1908. Dr Anderson attended the University of Minnesota, where he received his B.S (1930); M.D. (1934) and Ph.D. (1940). Dr Anderson was Instructor (1937-1940) and Assistant Professor (1940-1943) at the University of Minnesota. Dr Anderson came to ...
36 Anderson, John A., M.D. Ph.D.Academic Medical Centers; Faculty, Medical; Professional Role; Education, Medical; Schools, Medical; Physicians; Pediatrics; Research; Universities; Utah; Department ChairsDr Anderson was born in Sioux Falls, South Dakota in 1908. Dr Anderson attended the University of Minnesota, where he received his B.S (1930); M.D. (1934) and Ph.D. (1940). Dr Anderson was Instructor (1937-1940) and Assistant Professor (1940-1943) at the University of Minnesota. Dr Anderson came to ...
37 Announcement of the Infectious Diseases and Human Immunodeficiency Virus Clinic (1994)Communicable Diseases; Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome; Outpatient Clinics, Hospital; Hospitals, University; Utah; Universities; Public Service Announcements as TopicAnnouncement of the Infectious Diseases and Human Immunodeficiency Virus Clinic
38 Apfelbaum, Ronald I., M.D.Academic Medical Centers; Faculty, Medical; Professional Role; Education, Medical; Schools, Medical; Physicians; Neurosurgery; Research; Universities; Utah; Department ChairsActing Chair of the Department of Neurosurgery (2001) and Professor of Neurosurgery. Dr. Apfelbaum was born in 1940 in Atlantic City, New Jersey. Dr Apfelbaum completed his undergraduate degree at Cornell University. Dr Apfelbaum received his M.D. from Hahnemann Medical College in Philadelphia, Penn...
39 Apfelbaum, Ronald I., M.D. (2003)Academic Medical Centers; Faculty, Medical; Professional Role; Education, Medical; Schools, Medical; Physicians; Neurosurgery; Research; Universities; Utah; Department ChairsActing Chair of the Department of Neurosurgery (2001) and Professor of Neurosurgery. Dr. Apfelbaum was born in 1940 in Atlantic City, New Jersey. Dr Apfelbaum completed his undergraduate degree at Cornell University. Dr Apfelbaum received his M.D. from Hahnemann Medical College in Philadelphia, Penn...
40 Artificial Organs Group Photo (1974)Artificial Organs
41 B.E. Brazier and George S. Eccles with Architectural Model of the University of Utah Medical Center (1959)Models, Structural; Hospitals, University; Hospitals, Public; Academic Medical Centers; Schools, Medical; Universities; Utah; Aspects, HistoricalGeorge S. Eccles (right) with architect B.E. Brazier of Ashton, Evans and Brazier, looking at a model of the University of Utah Medical Center that replaced the Salt Lake Country General Hospital.
42 Babcock, Maud MayFaculty; Professional Role; Physical Education and Training; Public Health; Hygiene; Speech; Drama; Universities; Utah; Department ChairsHead of the Department of Physical Culture, Gymnastics and Hygiene from 1892-1910. Maud May Babcock was born in 1867 in East Worchester, New York and died in 1954. She founded the University of Utah Departments of Speech and Physical Education. She received her B.A. from Wells College and a Bachelo...
43 Baby in GhanaGhana; Mentoring; Health Literacy; Healthcare Disparities; Community Networks; Primary Prevention; Epidemiological MonitoringIn 2015, a team led by Stephen Alder, PhD, chief of the Division of Public Health and vice chair of Family and Preventive Medicine, launched Health 2 Go. The program was designed to train and deploy a citizen corps of Ghanaian community health coaches to triage illness, improve health literacy and c...
44 Bailey, Fuller B., M.D.Academic Medical Centers; Faculty, Medical; Professional Role; Education, Medical; Schools, Medical; Physicians; Internal Medicine; Research; Universities; Utah; Department ChairsDr Bailey was born in 1896 in Imperial, Nebraska. Dr Bailey received his B.S. from the University of Nebraska in 1917 and his M.D. from Rush Medical College, Chicago in 1919. Dr Bailey did postgraduate training in Internal Medicine at Presbyterian Hospital in Chicago and additional training in Vienn...
45 Bailey, Fuller B., M.D.Academic Medical Centers; Faculty, Medical; Professional Role; Education, Medical; Schools, Medical; Physicians; Internal Medicine; Research; Universities; Utah; Department ChairsDr Bailey was born in 1896 in Imperial, Nebraska. Dr Bailey received his B.S. from the University of Nebraska in 1917 and his M.D. from Rush Medical College, Chicago in 1919. Dr Bailey did postgraduate training in Internal Medicine at Presbyterian Hospital in Chicago and additional training in Vienn...
46 Ballinger, Carter M., M.D.Academic Medical Centers; Faculty, Medical; Professional Role; Education, Medical; Schools, Medical; Physicians; Anesthesiology; Research; Universities; Utah; Department ChairsDr Ballinger was born in Lewistown, Montana in 1922. Dr Ballinger received both his B.A (1943) and M.D. (1945) from the University of Iowa.. Dr Ballinger completed his Internship at Fresno County Hospital (1945-1946). Dr Ballinger was a Resident in Surgery at the Crile Military Hospital in Clevel...
47 Ballinger, Carter M., M.D.Academic Medical Centers; Faculty, Medical; Professional Role; Education, Medical; Schools, Medical; Physicians; Anesthesiology; Research; Universities; Utah; Department ChairsDr Ballinger was born in Lewistown, Montana in 1922. Dr Ballinger received both his B.A (1943) and M.D. (1945) from the University of Iowa.. Dr Ballinger completed his Internship at Fresno County Hospital (1945-1946). Dr Ballinger was a Resident in Surgery at the Crile Military Hospital in Cleveland...
48 Baringer, J. Richard, M.D.Academic Medical Centers; Faculty, Medical; Professional Role; Education, Medical; Schools, Medical; Physicians; Neurology; Research; Universities; Utah; Department ChairsDr Baringer was born in 1935. Dr Baringer received his B.S. from Ohio State University in 1955 and his M.D. from Case Western Reserve University in 1959. Dr Baringer completed his Residency at Massachusetts General Hospital from 1962-1969. Dr Baringer was associated with the University of California...
49 Barney Clark and Dr William DeVries Post-Op (1982)Therapeutic Human Experimentation; Heart, Artificial; Cardiovascular Surgical Procedures; Hospitals, University; Universities; UtahWilliam DeVries, M.D. visits with Barney Clark the day after the world's first artificial heart was implanted in him, December, 1982.
50 Barney Clark with Physical Rehabilitation Staff Post-Op (1983)Therapeutic Human Experimentation; Heart, Artificial; Cardiovascular Surgical Procedures; Hospitals, University; Universities; UtahThe University's Institutional Review Board considered success as Dr Clark coming out of the surgery alive. Not only did Dr Clark survive the surgery he went on to live another 112 days. The former dentist endured ups and downs along the way and ultimately succumbed to infection which led to circula...
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