W. Sterling Edwards Oral History 1994
There are 18 Entities related to this resource.
W. Sterling Edwards, M.D. W. Sterling Edwards (1920-2004) was born into a Birmingham, Alabama medical family on July 23, 1920. After high school, he entered the Virginia Military Institute as a premedical student and graduated in 1942. In 1945, Edwards received his M.D. from the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine. Dr. Edwards completed his internship at Massachusetts General Hospital (1945-1946) and his residency in Surgery at the same institution (1948-1952),...
George E. Omer, M.D. Born in Kansas City, Kansas on December 23, 1923, George E. Omer (1922-) became a nationally recognized orthopaedic surgeon in the United States Army before establishing himself as a prominent surgeon and academician specializing in hand surgery in the Albuquerque, New Mexico area. The son of southern Colorado homesteaders, George Omer received his B.S. in Chemistry from Fort Hays Kansas State University in 1944. Having completed one year of medical ...
Edith F. Millican was born in Kihsian, Honan, China in 1914 to Presbyterian missionary parents. She graduated from the Shanghai American School, China, in 1930. In 1935, Dr. Millican received a B. S. from the College of Wooster in Ohio and in 1939 received her M.D. from the Woman's Medical College of Philadelphia. After an internship in Philadelphia and postgraduate training in Obstetrics in New Jersey, Dr. Millican was sent temporarily to Embudo, New Mexico (1941-1943) ...
Bradford Cannon (b. 1907) SB, 1929, Harvard College; MD, 1933, Harvard Medical School, was a plastic surgeon and Clinical Professor of Surgery at Harvard Medical School and Massachusetts General Hospital, whose contributions to plastic surgery include improvements to burn treatments and reconstructive techniques. Cannon was instrumental in making plastic surgery a respected discipline within the Boston medical community and established a formal plastic surgery residency at the Massachusetts Gene...
Surgeon-in-chief of the hospital and professor and director of the surgery department at the medical school of Johns Hopkins University (1941-1964); developed blue baby operation and treatment for surgical shock. From the description of Alfred M. Blalock papers, 1921-1985. (Duke University). WorldCat record id: 60771494 Dr. Blalock was professor of surgery, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. From the description of Cardiovascular surgery, past and prese...