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ID: OH/OH029
Extent: 0.05 Linear Feet
Predominant Dates: 3/25/1981
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Virginia Minnich was a hematologist, 1910-1996. Minnich received her B.S. in Home Economics from Ohio State University in 1937 and her M.S. in Nutrition from Iowa State College in 1938. She joined the staff of the Washington University School of Medicine in 1938 as a technician. In 1939 Minnich was promoted to research assistant, a title which she kept until 1954 when she became a research associate. Four years later she became a research assistant professor, and in 1963, a research associate professor. In 1974, Minnich was made a professor of Medicine, the first person to achieve that rank at Washington University with neither a medical degree nor a Ph.D. William Woods College in Fulton, Missouri awarded Minnich with an honorary doctor of science degree in 1972. Minnich became professor emeritus in 1978.
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Related Materials: Oral history interview
Preferred Citation: Virginia Minnich Oral History, Bernard Becker Medical Library Archives, Washington University School of Medicine.
Collection Material Type: Oral History
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