Anderson, Charles B.

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Anderson, Charles B.

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1938-2016

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Charles B. Anderson received his medical degree from Yale University in 1962, then completed his surgical residency at Barnes Hospital. He joined the Washington University School of Medicine faculty in 1970 as an instructor of surgery. He was named full professor in 1979 and became director of the Division of General Surgery in 1984. A leader in the field of surgery, Anderson's research and surgical expertise advanced the understanding of kidney transplantation and helped to establish the kidney transplantation program at Barnes-Jewish Hospital, where he served as general surgeon-in-chief. Source: "Obituary: Charles B. Anderson, former director of general surgery, 78," by Kristina Sauerwien, November 14, 2016.

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