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Jim Pinkston

Jim Pinkston was a faculty member in the Department of Pharmacology. Browse related items


Mae Gallavan with a Microscope

Dr. Gallavan was instructor of bacteriology from 1936-1938. Browse related items

Mae Gallavan and Katherine Anderson in the Laboratory

During her short tenure (1936-1938) on the pathology faculty, Dr. Gallavan published several papers on the chick embryo, including two with Ernest Goodpasture as co-author. Dr. Anderson was a graduate student and laboratory technician at the time,… Browse related items

Katherine Anderson in the Laboratory

Katherine Anderson was a laboratory technician and doctoral student in bacteriology. She was awarded the PhD from Vanderbilt in 1940, and would later marry Ernest Goodpasture.  Browse related items

Harrison Rigdon, Mrs. Harrison Rigdon and Family

Dr. Harrison Rigdon joined the Department of Pathology in 1935. Browse related items

Raymond Harrison Rigdon and Child

Dr. Rigdon joined the Department of Pathology in 1935. Browse related items

John Buddingh Inoculating a Chick Embryo

Pathologist John Buddingh in the laboratory, apparently inoculating a chick embryo. Browse related items

John Buddingh

Pathologist John Buddingh later became chair of pathology at LSU.  Browse related items


William Demonbreun

A Vanderbilt pathologist from 1929 until 1938, Dr. Demonbreun is best known for confirming histoplasmosis as a fungal infection.  Browse related items

Roy Avery and William Demonbreun

Bacteriologist Roy Avery and pathologist William Demonbreun study what appears to be a pathology slide. Browse related items

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