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101 Kolff, Willem J., M.D. Ph.D.Academic Medical Centers; Faculty, Medical; Professional Role; Education, Medical; Schools, Medical; Physicians; Anatomy; Pathology; Inventions; Artificial Organs; Biomedical Engineering; Research; Universities; Utah; Department ChairsWillem Kolff, MD PhD - Dr. Kolff's guiding principle for the use of artificial organs was that "they should restore lives to a happy existence. If that is not possible, they should not be used."
102 Kolff, Willem J., M.D. Ph.D. (1978)Academic Medical Centers; Faculty, Medical; Professional Role; Education, Medical; Schools, Medical; Physicians; Anatomy; Pathology; Inventions; Artificial Organs; Biomedical Engineering; Research; Universities; Utah; Department ChairsWillem Kolff 1978 - Engineering the first artificial heartbeats - Dr. Kolff's lab expanded its research beyond kidneys to work on other organs, including artificial eyes, ears, arms and-most famously-artificial hearts.
103 Radiology Department in the 1970sUniversity Hospital; campus; patients; radiology; 1970sRadiology 1970s
104 Protective GogglesUniversities; University of Utah; Eccles Health Sciences LibraryProtective goggles worn by emergency department and other medical staff, from the School of Medicine time capsule stored at the Eccles Health Sciences Library.
105 Warner, Homer R., M.D., Ph.D.Academic Medical Centers; Faculty, Medical; Physicians; Professional Role; Education, Medical; Schools, Medical; Cardiology; Medical Informatics; Medical Informatics Computing; Biophysics; Bioengineering; Research; Universities; Utah; Department ChairsThe HELP system, short for Health Evaluation through Logical Processing, has been quietly developing for over a decade at LDS Hospital in the medical biophysics and computing department, led by Homer Warner, MD, PhD, class of '49.
106 Kolff, Willem J., M.D. Ph.D.Academic Medical Centers; Faculty, Medical; Professional Role; Education, Medical; Schools, Medical; Physicians; Anatomy; Pathology; Inventions; Artificial Organs; Biomedical Engineering; Research; Universities; Utah; Department ChairsDr Willem Kolff holding a version of the Jarvik artificial heart.
107 Jung, August L. (Larry), M.D.Academic Medical Centers; Professional Role; Education, Medical; Schools, Medical; Physicians; Pediatrics; Neonatology; Research; Universities; Utah; Department ChairsDr. August Jung, class of '61, established the Mountain West region's first NICU in 1968. The unit was the only one of it's kind between Denver and the West Coast and between Phoenix and Canada. Administrators bought equipment in small amounts or borrowed it from medical equipment companies and othe...
108 Samuels, Leo T., Ph.D.Academic Medical Centers; Faculty, Medical; Professional Role; Education, Medical; Schools, Medical; Biochemistry; Research; Universities; Utah; Department ChairsDr Samuels was born in Indianapolis, Indiana in 1899. Dr Samuels received his A.B from Emmanuel Missionary College in 1925 and his Ph.D. in biochemistry from the University of Chicago in 1930. Dr Samuels was a biochemist for the Kellogg Foundation Cancer Research Center in Los Angeles from 1930-1931...
109 Johnson, Joyce, MD (2015)Students, Medical; Schools, Medical; Universities; UtahJoyce Johnson (nee Dunn), MD, Class of 1957 - Established an action plan for treating cardiac arrest at LDS Hospital, organizing CPR teams in 84 of 126 hospitals in the Mountain West region. Dr Johnson was the sole female graduate of the school of medicine.
110 1940s-era Bone SawSurgical Instruments; History of Medicine; Utah; Universities1940s Bone Saw - available to view at Eccles Health Sciences Library
111 Medical Students in the Lab at the Thomas Cowles BuildingStudents, Medical; Education, Medical; Schools, Medical; Universities; Utah; Aspects, HistoricalMedical students in the lab at the Thomas Cowles building before Building 521 was built in 1965
112 Shirley Labrum, MD and Frances Willie Stout, MDUniversities; Utah; campus; medicine; women in medicine; students; courses; Salt Lake CityWomen in Medicine, Against All Odds - During World War II, the U.S. government paid medical school expenses for male students only, leaving women with few funding resources. Pictured here: Shirley Labrum MD '44 and Frances Willie Stout MD '44
113 Louis Goodman in Conversation with Leo SamuelsFaculty, Medical; Schools, Medical; Education, Medical; Universities; UtahLouis Goodman MD and Leo Samuels PhD - While doing government research during World War II, Louis Goodman PhD discovered that the chemical airfare agent, nitrogen mustard, could actually be used to heal people, not just to harm them. From this discovery, nitrogen became the first drug used to fight ...
114 1900s-era Scalpal KitSurgical Instruments; History of Medicine; Utah; Universities1900s Scalpal Kit - available to view at Eccles Health Sciences Library
115 Maxwell Wintrobe, MD on Rounds With ResidentsUniversities; Utah; campus; medicine; students; Wintrobe; residents; classroomMaxwell Wintrobe MD with Residents - The rigor of early education at the medical school bore the stamp of Dr. Wintrobe, who suggested to faculty in 1946 that misspelling and illegibility on tests should be counted against students, that all exams should be written in ink and that medical students sh...
116 School of Medicine Faculty Members (1957)Faculty, Medical; Schools, Medical; Universities; Utah1957 Medicine Man yearbook - faculty
117 Johnson, Joyce, MD (1957)Students, Medical; Schools, Medical; Universities; UtahJoyce Johnson (nee Dunn), MD, Class of 1957 - Established an action plan for treating cardiac arrest at LDS Hospital, organizing CPR teams in 84 of 126 hospitals in the Mountain West region. Dr Johnson was the sole female graduate of the school of medicine.
118 1950s Medical Students Physical Diagnosis ClassUniversities; Utah; Students, Medical; Hospitals, County; Education, Medical, Undergraduate1950s School of Medicine students-physical diagnosis course
119 Hashimoto, Edward I., M.D.Academic Medical Centers; Faculty, Medical; Professional Role; Education, Medical; Schools, Medical; Physicians; Anatomy; Research; Universities; UtahThe Ambidextrous Irishman - Dr. Edward Hashimoto - After the bombing of Pearl Harbor in 1941, reactions to the Japanese in Utah and across the U.S. varied from threats and bewilderment to discrimination and internment. One of the most popular members of the School of Medicine faculty at that time wa...
120 World War I Surgical KitSurgical Instruments; History of Medicine; Utah; UniversitiesWorld War I surgical tool kits. Available to view at Eccles Health Sciences Library
121 Freston, James W., M.D. Ph.D. (2015)Faculty, Medical; Schools, Medical; Awards and Prizes; Universities; UtahJames Freston, MD, PhD, six-time winner of the University of Utah's Outstanding Professor Award. Dr Freston is an internationally recognized expert in the clinical pharmacology of gastrointestinal drugs and diseases.
122 Emergency Room Nurse Transporting PatientHospitals, University; Nurses; Patient Transfer; Universities; UtahEmergency room nurse transferring patient, circa 1970s.
123 SpeculumSurgical Instruments; History of Medicine; Utah; UniversitiesMid-Century Speculum
124 Jee, Webster S.S., Ph.D. (1959)Academic Medical Centers; Faculty, Medical; Professional Role; Education, Medical; Schools, Medical; Anatomy; Neuroanatomy; Research; Universities; Utah; Department ChairsWebster Jee PhD '59, Custers Last Stand - Medicine Man Yearbook, 1959
125 Jee, Webster S.S., Ph.D. (1959)Academic Medical Centers; Faculty, Medical; Professional Role; Education, Medical; Schools, Medical; Anatomy; Neuroanatomy; Research; Universities; Utah; Department ChairsWebster Jee PhD - Put out that cigarette! Medicine Man Yearbook, 1959
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