Oral history interview with Ruth Silberberg, 1976. 1976
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Pathologist, 1906-1997. Silberberg was born in Germany and received her medical degree from the University of Breslau in 1931. She trained in pathology at the University until 1934, when she and her husband, Martin Silberberg, MD, fled to Canada to escape emerging Nazism. They conducted research in pathology at Dalhousie University in Nova Scotia until 1936, when they moved to St. Louis to join the Department of Pathology at the Washington University School of Medicine. After a four-year fellows...
BIOGHIST REQUIRED Librarian and Professor of Medical History at Washington University in St. Louis MO. From the guide to the Estelle Brodman Papers, ca.1950-1987., (Columbia University Rare Book and Manuscript Library, ) Medical librarian, born 1914. Assistant librarian for reference service at the National Library of Medicine, 1949-1961. Library director and professor of Medical History, Washington University School of Medicine, 1961-1981. Editor of the Bulletin of the Medi...
Pathologist and educator. Robert Allan Moore (b. 1901) received his medical degree from Ohio State University (1928) and his Ph. D in pathology from Western Reserve (1930). He joined the faculty and administration of Washington University School of Medicine in 1939, serving as: Edward Mallinckrodt professor (1939-1954), acting dean (1946-1947) and dean (1947-1954). Prior to his tenure at Washington University, he was on the faculty at Western Reserve and Cornell, and aft...