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Milder, Barry

  • Person

Barry Milder earned his M.D. at Washington University in 1973. He was the son of ophthalmologist, Benjamin Milder and inherited his ophthalmology practice.

Milder, Benjamin

  • n78006879
  • Person
  • 1915-2016

Benjamin Milder was born in 1915 in St. Louis, Missouri. He graduated from Washington University School of Medicine in 1939, where he served as a longtime clinician and teacher in the department of ophthalmology.

Loeb, Virgil, Jr.

  • Person
  • 1921-2004

Virgil "Bud" Loeb, Jr. attended Swarthmore College and later graduated from Washington University School of Medicine where he trained under Carl V. Moore, M.D. After his graduation in 1944, Loeb served overseas as a captain in the U.S. Army Medical Corps. He began his lifetime interest and distinguished career in hematology and medical oncology after returning home. Loeb was a hematologist and medical oncologist and, beginning in 1979, a member of the board of directors of the American Cancer Society. He served as that organization's national president in 1986-1987. He also was a founding member of the community advisory board for the Siteman Cancer Center. Loeb retired as professor emeritus of clinical medicine.

Soule, Samuel D.

  • n90620384
  • Person
  • 1904-1986

Samuel Soule was a 1923 graduate of the St. Louis College of Pharmacy, and a 1928 graduate of the Washington University School of Medicine. He completed his residency at Barnes Hospital, as was appointed assistant obstetrician-gynecologist in 1932. He served on the faculty of Washington University's department of obstetrics and gynecology until his retirement in 1979.
-- In Memorium SAMUEL D. SOULE, M.D. 216 Jewish Hospital of St. Louis, November-December 1986, inside front cover.

Berkley, Audrey

  • Person
  • 1920-2020

Librarian at the St. Louis Medical Society, 1950-1981. Member of the Medical Library Association, 1950-

Owens, William D.

  • n81008724
  • Person
  • Born 1939

William Don Owens, M.D. is a clinically oriented anesthesiologist with strong interests in teaching and clinical outcomes research. He earned his M.D. from the University of Michigan in 1965. Following a tour of duty with the U.S. Navy in anesthesiology, he trained in anesthesiology at Massachusetts General Hospital before serving on the faculty at Harvard Medical School.

Dr. Owens came to Washington University in 1973. He became full professor in 1981, and he served as chairman of the Department of Anesthesiology from 1982-1992. During this period, he was also anesthesiologist-in-chief for Barnes's and Children's Hospital. In 1998, Owens served as president of the American Society of Anesthesiologists (ASA). He became emeritus professor at Washington University in 2004.

Karl, Michael M.

  • Person
  • 1915-2006

Michael M. Karl was born in 1915 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. He received his MD from the University of Louisville in 1940, and the following year, he married Irene E. Karl, Ph.D., one of the first female biochemists in the United States.

Karl joined the faculty of Washington University's department of medicine in 1941, where he was widely viewed as an outstanding teacher. Karl was one of few general internists to become a member of the Institute of Medicine of the National Academy of Sciences. He was a master of the American College of Physicians (ACP), governor of the ACP for the State of Missouri and received the ACP Laureate Award in 1988. President Jimmy Carter appointed Karl to the national advisory committee of the White House Conference on the Family from 1978-1980, where he was among the first to call for family leave protections for working parents.

Active in national health policy and medical education, Karl worked for the establishment of national health insurance for all people regardless of their capacity to pay. In St. Louis, he was the co-organizer of one of the first health services for the poor, the Jeff-Vander-Lou Medical Clinic.

The Karls were the first married couple at Washington University to be honored with a named professorship, which was set up in 1983 by gifts from friends and patients. The Michael and Irene Karl Lectureship, part of the Masters in Medicine series, also honors them.

Ettman, Henry L.

  • Person
  • 1904-1968

A 1927 graduate of Washington University, Henry L. Ettman (1904-1968) was an inventor and founder of Aloe Scientific, Inc., a manufacturer of medical equipment. Ettman developed several products, among them a knife sharpener and stropper, a micromanipulator and a pipette rotor. When his company was absorbed by Sherwood Medical Industries, Inc., Ettman was given the title of senior scientist. Ettman was a philanthropist and was particularly noted for his support of the Jewish Hospital of St. Louis.

Rose, Steven J.

  • no2016063281
  • Person
  • 1939-1989

Steven J. Rose (1939-1989); was Associate Professor and Director of of the Program in Physical Therapy at Washington University School of Medicine; received his bachelor's degree in physical therapy from Ithaca College/Albert Einstein College of Medicine and a doctorate in neuroscience from Yeshiva University/Albert Einstein College of Medicine; served as an Associate Editor and then as Editor of Physical Therapy from 1986 until his death in 1989.
--Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis website, viewed May 9, 2016

Boles, C. Read

  • Person
  • 1920-2004

C. Read Boles graduated from Washington University School of Medicine in 1943. He then joined the Army and was assigned to South America, where he served as a base surgeon until 1946. After his military service, Boles returned to St. Louis and completed his residency in pediatrics at St. Louis Children's Hospital, and in 1949 and entered private practice as a pediatrician. Boles also held a position as an Associate Professor of Clinical Pediatrics at Washington University School of Medicine.

Lake, Lorraine F.

  • Person
  • 1918-2000

Lorraine F. Lake was a member of the last class of 12 students to graduate from the Barnes Hospital School for Physical Therapy in 1948. She then joined the faculty of Washington University as an assistant in the Program in Physical Therapy. Lake continued her education, receiving a bachelor’s of science in 1950, a master’s degree in 1954, and a Ph.D. in 1962 from Washington University.

Dr. Lake held joint appointments in the Program in Physical Therapy and the Department of Anatomy, first as instructor and, beginning in 1958, as assistant professor. She also joined the Department of Preventive Medicine and Public Health as an assistant professor in 1971. From 1961 until 1979 Lorraine Lake served as the associate director of the Irene Walter Johnson Institute of Rehabilitation. In 1980, Lake retired as assistant professor emeritus. The Washington University Program in Physical Therapy established a scholarship fund in Lake’s name given to a second-year student who exemplifies the highest professional and personal values, promise and performance. Lake died in December 2000.

Hickok, Robert J.

  • n82028449
  • Person
  • 1926-2018

Robert J. Hickok (1926-2018) earned his bachelor's degree from the Washington University School of Physical Therapy in 1953. He began 20 years of service as a registered physical therapist at Jewish Hospital, where he eventually became Director of Rehabilitation . In 1971, Hickok earned a masters of science degree in health administration from Washington University. He was promoted to Vice Chancellor of Medical Affairs at Washington University School of Medicine in 1976. Concurrently, Hickok was a part-time faculty member of the programs in Physical Therapy and Health Administration for almost thirty years. He was promoted in to Chief Facilities Officer and Assistant Dean in 1984.

*Source: WU Record, October 4, 1984 and WU Record, July 6, 1989.

Schulz, Beatrice F.

  • no2009017759
  • Person
  • 1912-1999

Beatrice F. Schulz was in the first class to graduate from the Barnes Hospital School for Physical Therapy Technicians in 1942. Before her switch to physical therapy, she was an occupational therapist who graduated from the St. Louis College of Occupational Therapy in 1934. With the P.T. faculty and staff called to active duty in World War II, she became technical director and chief physical therapist the day after she graduated from the Barnes Hospital program.

Schulz remained technical director when the Barnes School's certificate program was replaced by Washington University's baccalaureate course in Physical Therapy in 1948. That year, she also joined the faculty of the Washington University School of Medicine where she had enormous influence with physical therapy students for the next 30 years. Schulz served as director of the Physical Therapy department from 1955 until her retirement in June 1977.

Conrad, Marshall B.

  • Person
  • died 2004

Marshall Conrad received his MD from Washington University School of Medicine in 1945.
He earned an A.B. at Westminster College in 1942; M.D. By 1956, he was clinical assistant in orthopedic surgery at the Washington University School of Medicine. in 1967 He was clinical instructor. In 1972, when he was assistant Professor, he testified in hearings on Emergency Services Act he had been a practicing orthopedic surgeon involved with emergency services for more than twenty years.

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