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126 Ezell, Annette S., M.S.Faculty, Nursing, Professional Role; Schools, Nursing; Academic DeansAnnette Schram Ezell was born in West Frankfort, Illinois in 1940. Ms Ezell attended Protestant Deaconess Hospital School of Nursing (1957-1959) and Indiana University (1959). Ms Ezell received both her B.S. in Nursing (1962) and her M.S. in Physiology (1967) from the University of Nevada-Reno. Ms E...
127 Ezell, Annette S., M.S.Faculty, Nursing, Professional Role; Schools, Nursing; Academic DeansAnnette Schram Ezell was born in West Frankfort, Illinois in 1940. Ms Ezell attended Protestant Deaconess Hospital School of Nursing (1957-1959) and Indiana University (1959). Ms Ezell received both her B.S. in Nursing (1962) and her M.S. in Physiology (1967) from the University of Nevada-Reno. Ms E...
128 Emergency Room Nurse Transporting PatientHospitals, University; Nurses; Patient Transfer; Universities; UtahEmergency room nurse transferring patient, circa 1970s.
129 Einar Nielsen Field HouseSports; Basketball; Universities; Utah; Campus LifeOpened in 1939, Einar Nielsen Field House was home to University of Utah basketball until the University Special Events (now Jon M. Huntsman) Center opened in 1969.
130 Eyre, Harmon J., M.D. (1977)Academic Medical Centers; Faculty, Medical; Professional Role; Education, Medical; Schools, Medical; Physicians; Hematology; Medical Oncology; Research; Universities; Utah; Department Chairs
131 $100 Million to Defeat Cancer (1996)Gift Giving; Financial Support; Philanthropy; Hospital Design and Construction; Cancer Care Facilities; Academies and Institutes; Universities; UtahMr and Mrs Jon M. Huntsman Sr., John M. Huntsman Jr., and Dr Raymond L. White inspect model of the Huntsman Cancer Institute. Mr Huntsman's original bequest of $100 million, the largest financial contribution to medical research, was made in the hope that a state-of-the-art institute would contribut...
132 100-Year Celebration DVDSchools, Medical; History of Medicine; Education, Medical; Universities; UtahDVD produced by the University of Utah that chronicles the history of the School of Medicine to commemorate its 100th anniversary in 2005.
133 Hansen Twins Post-SurgeryTwins, Conjoined; Neurosurgical Procedures; Reconstructive Surgical Procedures; Hospitals, University; Academic Medical Centers; Utah; UniversitiesLisa and Elise Hansen post-surgery. The twins shared major blood vessels joining their heads, the likelihood of success for this never-attempted procedure was extremely improbable. But the surgeons kept coming up with new ideas. One of their critical innovations was to gradually tie off the twins' s...
134 Hale, Devon C., M.D.Academic Medical Centers; Faculty, Medical; Professional Role; Education, Medical; Schools, Medical; Research; Internal Medicine; Infectious Disease Medicine; Global Health; Tropical Medicine; Universities; Utah; Academic DeansDr Hale received his MD degree from the University of Utah in 1968. Dr Hale received training in medicine and infectious diseases at the Ohio State University, University of California, Irvine and the University of Utah. Dr Hale is Assistant Dean for Idaho Affairs and International Medical Education...
135 Hale, Devon C., M.D.Academic Medical Centers; Faculty, Medical; Professional Role; Education, Medical; Schools, Medical; Research; Internal Medicine; Infectious Disease Medicine; Global Health; Tropical Medicine; Universities; Utah; Academic DeansDr Hale received his MD degree from the University of Utah in 1968. Dr Hale received training in medicine and infectious diseases at the Ohio State University, University of California, Irvine and the University of Utah. Dr Hale is Assistant Dean for Idaho Affairs and International Medical Education...
136 Hansen Twins Pre-Surgery (1979)Twins, Conjoined; Neurosurgical Procedures; Reconstructive Surgical Procedures; Hospitals, University; Academic Medical Centers; Universities; UtahIn 1979, a highly synchcronized surgical team led by plastic surgeon Clifford Snyder, MD and neurosurgeon Theodore Roberts, MD, successfully separated brain-conjoined twins Elise and Lisa Hansen.
137 Hammond, Elizabeth, M.D. (2015)Students, Medical; Schools, Medical; Faculty, Medical; Universities; UtahElizabeth Hammond, MD Class of '67 was the author of 125 original publications; Legacy of Life Award recipient; professor of pathology. Along with Carolyn Colessides, Kumiko Iwamoto, and Yvonne Lonni comprised the female graduate cohort of the School of Medicine Class of 1967.
138 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).
139 Hansen Family 1980sTwins, Conjoined; Neurosurgical Procedures; Reconstructive Surgical Procedures; Hospitals, University; Academic Medical Centers; Universities; UtahHansen Family post-surgery
140 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.
141 Hansen Family (2015)Twins, Conjoined; Neurosurgical Procedures; Reconstructive Surgical Procedures; Hospitals, University; Academic Medical Centers; Universities; UtahHansen Family - 2015
142 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...
143 Hashimoto, Edward I., M.D.Academic Medical Centers; Faculty, Medical; Professional Role; Education, Medical; Schools, Medical; Physicians; Anatomy; Research; Universities; UtahDr Hashimoto was born in Salt Lake City, Utah in 1911. Dr Hashimoto received both his A.B. (1930) and M.A. (1937) from the University of Utah. Dr Hashimoto received his M.D. from Harvard University in 1934. Dr Hashimoto returned to the University as a Teaching Fellow in the Anatomy Department and re...
144 Health Sciences Council (1986)Academic Medical Centers; Universities; Utah; Health Planning Councils; Hospital Administrators; Financial Management; Librarians; Academic Deans; Academic Vice PresidentsHealth Sciences Council 1986. (Top Row) Gary Hughes, Medical Center Finance Officer; John A. Reinertsen, Vice President; Cecil Samuelson, Dean School of Medicine; George Belsey, Hospital Administrator; Dave Compton, Dean College of Health; Wayne Peay, Library Director; (Bottom Row) VA Hospital Admin...
145 Health Sciences Education Building Wall Mural (2005)Medicine in Art; Schools, Medical; Universities; UtahMural on the second floor of the Spencer F. and Cleone P. Eccles Health Sciences Education Building. The mural was painted by Utah local artists Galina Perova and Alexander Charin. The 5' x 90' acrylic panel is divided into four parts telling the story of the history of the health sciences in Utah: ...
146 Hashimoto, Edward I., M.D. (1979)Academic Medical Centers; Faculty, Medical; Professional Role; Education, Medical; Schools, Medical; Physicians; Anatomy; Research; Universities; UtahDr Hashimoto in cadaver lab with assistant Herbert Juengling.
147 Hashimoto, Edward I., M.D. (1970)Academic Medical Centers; Faculty, Medical; Professional Role; Education, Medical; Schools, Medical; Physicians; Anatomy; Research; Universities; UtahEdward I. Hashimoto MD - popular professor of human anatomy from 1935 to 1987; longest-tenured professor in the history of the University of Utah (52 years)
148 Hunter, O.N., Ed.D.Academic Medical Centers; Faculty; Professional Role; Public Health; Schools, Public Health; Physical Education and Training; Universities; Utah; Department Chairs; Academic DeansDean Hunter was born in Chactau, Arkansas in 1919. Dean Hunter received his B.S. from Southeast Missouri State University in 1941. Dean Hunter received an M.S. in Health and Physical Education (1951), an M.A. in Guidance and Counseling (1953) and Ed.D. in Administration (1959) from Washington Univer...
149 Hunt, Carlton C., M.D.Academic Medical Centers; Faculty, Medical; Professional Role; Education, Medical; Schools, Medical; Physicians; Physiology; Research; Universities; Utah; Department ChairsDr Hunt was born in Waterbury, Connecticut in 1918. Dr Hunt received his B.A. from Columbia University in 1939 and his M.D. from Cornell University in 1942. Dr Hunt was a National Research Council Senior Fellow in Neurology at Johns Hopkins Hospital from 1948-1951 and Assistant Professor in Physiolo...
150 Homer R. Warner, M.D., Ph.D. with T. Allan Pryor, Ph.D. and Reed M. Gardner, Ph.D. (1966)Universities; University of Utah; School of Medicine; Biomedical InformaticsDr. Warner's Computer Room - When Dr. Gardner walked into Dr. Warner's lab for the first time, he was surprised to see large computer rooms instead of a more standard clinical research setting. Pictured here: Homer Warner, MD, class of '49; Allan Pryor, PhD, class of '72; and Reed Gardner, PhD, clas...
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