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Robert C. Kolodny Oral History
- November 21, 2013 (Creation)
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Robert C. Kolodny received his medical degree from Washington University School of Medicine in 1969, and co-founded the school's first course on medical ethics with E. James Anthony. Kolodny was the first medical student to study with William H. Masters and Virginia E. Johnson, and became the Associate Director, Director of Training, and Head of the Endocrine Research Foundation of the Masters and Johnson Institute in 1972.
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The interview concerns Kolodny's experiences as a medical student at the Washington University School of Medicine from 1965 until his graduation in 1969. He speaks of the realities of diversity and integration at the medical school at that time. He also talks about his experience with fellow students in creating a course on medical ethics. Faculty members specifically mentioned include Virginia Minnich and Sarah Luse. The interview was recorded on November 21, 2013. Approximate length is 58 minutes. OH057
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