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Association of American Physicians

PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATION

Founded 1885.

Official Website:
http://www.aap-online.org/

Founding Date:
1885

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Dennis A. Ausiello
Doctor
c. 1945   Massachusetts General Hospital
Bruce A. Beutler
Biologist
29-Dec-1957   Lipopolysaccharide receptors
Michael S. Brown
Biologist
13-Apr-1941   Metabolism of cholesterol
Stanley N. Cohen
Biologist
17-Feb-1935   Recombinant DNA
André F. Cournand
Scientist
24-Sep-1895 19-Feb-1988 Cardiac catheterization
James R. Gavin III
Doctor
c. 1945   Morehouse School of Medicine
Lee Goldman
Doctor
6-Jan-1948   Goldman Index for cardiac risk
Joseph L. Goldstein
Scientist
18-Apr-1940   Hypercholesterolemia and cell metabolism
Harry R. Jacobson
Doctor
c. 1947   Vice Chancellor for Health at Vanderbilt
William N. Kelley
Doctor
23-Jun-1939   Kelley-Seegmiller Syndrome
Jeffrey M. Leiden
Doctor
c. 1953   Clarus Ventures
Joseph B. Martin
Doctor
1938   Dean, Harvard Medical School, 1997-2007
Victor A. McKusick
Scientist
21-Oct-1921 22-Jul-2008 Father of medical genetics
John Mendelsohn
Biologist
31-Aug-1936   Cancer researcher
Gilbert S. Omenn
Business
30-Aug-1941   Professor, University of Michigan
Jonas Salk
Scientist
28-Oct-1914 23-Jun-1995 Discoverer of the first polio vaccine
E. Donnall Thomas
Scientist
15-Mar-1920   Bone marrow transplants
William H. Welch
Scientist
8-Apr-1850 30-Apr-1934 Johns Hopkins School of Medicine
Hans Zinsser
Scientist
17-Nov-1878 4-Sep-1940 Typhus vaccine


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