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Yale School of Medicine

EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTION

Part of Yale University.

Location:
New Haven, CT

Founding Date:
1810

Enrollment:
700

Official Website:
http://info.med.yale.edu/

STUDENTS

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Walter Camp
Football
7-Apr-1859 14-Mar-1925 Father of American football
Stephen G. Emerson
Educator
c. 1952   President, Haverford College
O'Dell M. Owens
Doctor
c. 1947   Coroner of Hamilton County, Ohio
James Gates Percival
Poet
15-Sep-1795 2-May-1856 Clio
Mary Lake Polan
Doctor
c. 1943   OG Professor at Stanford

TEACHERS AND PROFESSORS

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Erik Erikson
Psychologist
15-Jun-1902 12-May-1994 Eight Stages of Development
Colleen McCullough
Novelist
1-Jun-1937   The Thorn Birds
George E. Palade
Scientist
19-Nov-1912 7-Oct-2008 Microstructure of the cell
Mary Lake Polan
Doctor
c. 1943   OG Professor at Stanford
Irwin Rose
Scientist
16-Jul-1926   Ubiquitin-mediated protein degradation
Carolyn W. Slayman
Business
c. 1936   Genetics professor at Yale

ADMINISTRATORS AND TRUSTEES

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Robert J. Alpern
Doctor
c. 1950   Dean, Yale School of Medicine
Herbert W. Boyer
Biologist
10-Jul-1936   Recombinant DNA, first synthetic insulin
Carolyn W. Slayman
Business
c. 1936   Genetics professor at Yale
Samuel O. Thier
Doctor
23-Jun-1937   CEO of Massachusetts General, 1996-2002
Lewis Thomas
Doctor
25-Nov-1913 3-Dec-1993 The Lives of a Cell


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