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Robert J. Glaser Papers
30.00 Linear Feet
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Robert J. Glaser (1918-2012) received his medical degree from Harvard Medical School in 1943. He came to the Washington University School of Medicine in 1945, serving on the faculty and administration until 1957, when he was appointed dean and professor of Medicine at the University of Colorado School of Medicine. From 1963-1965 Glaser returned to Harvard University as president of the Affiliated Hospital Group and professor of Social Medicine. Glaser was appointed vice president of Medical Affairs, dean, and professor of Medicine at Stanford University School of Medicine in 1965. In 1970 Glaser became vice president of the Commonwealth Fund in New York. From 1972-1984 Glaser served as president and chief executive officer of the Henry J. Kaiser Foundation, and from 1984-1997 he served as director of Medical Service for the Lucille P. Markey Charitable Trust.
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