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Ernest W. Goodpasture

Dr. Ernest Goodpasture (1886-1960) was a Vanderbilt pathologist, best known for his method of growing uncontaminated viruses in chick embryos. During his early years at Vanderbilt, Dr. Goodpasture and his associates carried out studies that laid the…

Theodore R. Austin

Photographic portrait of Theodore R. Austin. Theodore Roe Austin grew up in Greenwood, Mississippi, the son of a general practitioner. He came to Vanderbilt University in 1925, received the BA in 1929, and his MD in 1932. From Vanderbilt he went to…

John L. Shapiro

John L. Shapiro (1915-1983) was a pathologist and professor. He was a successor to Dr. Ernest W. Goodpasture as chairman of the Department of Pathology at Vanderbilt, and he helped establish one of the first diagnostic cytopathology laboratories in…

Ernest W. Goodpasture

Dr. Ernest Goodpasture (1886-1960) was a Vanderbilt pathologist, best known for his method of growing uncontaminated viruses in chick embryos. During his early years at Vanderbilt, Dr. Goodpasture and his associates carried out studies that laid the…

Vanderbilt House Staff, 1933-1934

All Vanderbilt residents in 1933-1934, representing the Departments of Pediatrics, Medicine, Pathology, Surgery, and Obstetrics and Gynecology. Browse related items

Vanderbilt House Staff, 1926-1927

Vanderbilt residents representing the departments of Medicine, Pediatrics, Pathology, Obstetrics and Gynecology, and Surgery Browse related items

Vanderbilt Residents, 1929-1930

Vanderbilt residents representing the departments of Medicine, Surgery, Pediatrics, Pathology and Obstetrics and Gynecology. Browse related items


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