John Rodman Paul papers, 1920-1992 (inclusive), 1920-1971 (bulk).
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Dorothy Millicent Horstmann, renowned for her contributions to the pathogenesis and control of viral infections, particularly poliomyelitis and rubella, was born in Spokane, Washington, on July 2, 1911. After her undergraduate and medical training at the University of California, San Francisco, she did clinical training at San Francisco County Hospital and Vanderbilt Hospital. As a Commonwealth Fund Fellow at the Yale University School of Medicine, she began work with John Rodman Paul, the direc...
John Rodman Paul was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, on April 18, 1893. He earned his bachelor's degree from Princeton University in 1915 and his M.D. degree from Johns Hopkins University in 1919. He came to the Yale School of Medicine in 1928 as assistant professor. Paul studied infectious diseases and was particularly known for his work on poliomyelitis, as well as for the epidemiology of mononucleosis and hepatitis. He also developed the concept of clinical epidemiology. Paul died on May ...