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Vanderbilt Cardiology Faculty and Fellows, 1985-1986

Photo of the Vanderbilt Cardiology Faculty and Fellows, 1985-1986

Crawford W. Adams

Dr. Crawford Adams was a prominent cardiologist, bibliophile, and sportsman. He was a graduate of Boston University School of Medicine. He served in the US Air Force during World War II and moved to Nashville in 1947 where he became a prominent…

Crawford W. Adams

Dr. Crawford Adams was a prominent cardiologist, bibliophile, and sportsman. He was a graduate of Boston University School of Medicine. He served in the US Air Force during World War II and moved to Nashville in 1947 where he became a prominent…

Crawford W. Adams

Dr. Crawford Adams was a prominent cardiologist, bibliophile, and sportsman. He was a graduate of Boston University School of Medicine. He served in the US Air Force during World War II and moved to Nashville in 1947 where he became a prominent…

Crawford W. Adams

Dr. Crawford Adams was a prominent cardiologist, bibliophile, and sportsman. He was a graduate of Boston University School of Medicine. He served in the US Air Force during World War II and moved to Nashville in 1947 where he became a prominent…

Harry L. Page, Jr.

Harry Lee Page, Jr., Lt. Medical Corps, USNR, 1966.

Dr. Page is a graduate of the 1959 Vanderbilt School of Medicine, and also a former resident and faculty member. He is one of the founders of the cardiology practice that has now become the… Browse related items

Dr. Harry L. Page, Jr. Performing the First PTCA in the Mid-South, 1979

First PTCA (percutaneous transluminal coronary angioplasty) in the Mid-South, Nov. 6, 1979. Foreground Harry Page and George Burrus, background E.E. Anderson, John Breinig, and Bart Campbell. At the time, Dr.s Page and Campbell were at St. Thomas… Browse related items

Levi Watkins

Levi Watkins, Jr., MD became the first African American student at the Vanderbilt University School of Medicine when he enrolled in 1966. Dr. Watkins graduated in 1970 to become the first African American to graduate from Vanderbilt School of…

Lloyd Hamilton Ramsey

Lloyd Ramsey served a residency at Vanderbilt from 1954-1955 and later joined the Vanderbilt medical faculty as an assistant professor of medicine with specialties in cardiovascular diseases and internal medicine. He was named professor emeritus and…

John Alexander Oates

John A. Oates became Assistant Professor of Medicine and Pharmacology at Vanderbilt University School of Medicine in 1963, rising to the rank of Associate Professor of Medicine by 1965, and full Professor by 1969. Oates has authored 300 original…


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