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Seeing how doctors saw themselves

The shifting identities of physicians through time are a scholar’s life’s work

It’s only partly a figure of speech to say that John Harley Warner, Ph.D., lives surrounded by books. To meet with him, a visitor first ascends to a second-floor balcony that overlooks the book collection of the School of Medicine’s Harvey Cushing/John Hay Whitney...

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Obstetrician honored for superb patient care

Obstetrician honored for superb patient care

In his medical practice, Michael J. Paidas, M.D., associate professor of obstetrics, gynecology, and reproductive sciences, has a custom that some physicians might find unusual: in his initial consultations with new...

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Globally minded orthopaedic surgeon is first Elihu Professor

Globally minded orthopaedic surgeon is first Elihu Professor

On September 23, a festive crowd of colleagues, family members, and friends filled the medical school’s Historical Library for a reception to celebrate the appointment of surgeon Kristaps J. Keggi, M.D., as the...

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‘Exceptional creativity’ garners NIH award for two researchers

‘Exceptional creativity’ garners NIH award for two researchers

Tamas L. Horvath, D.V.M., Ph.D., chair and professor of comparative medicine, and Haifan Lin, Ph.D., director of the Yale Stem Cell Center, have received 2010 Pioneer Awards from the National Institutes of Health...

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