Reinhard, Edward H.

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Reinhard, Edward H.

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1913-1999

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Edward H. Reinhard was a noted clinician, researcher, and teacher and a pioneering hematologist. He received his undergraduate degree from Washington University in 1935 and his medical degree in 1939. He joined the faculty of Washington University after receiving his medical degree and worked with the university’s cyclotron in novel research on radioisotopes in biology and physiology. Trained as a hematologist he was a specialist in pediatric leukemia. He would become professor in both departments of medicine and radiology. He was especially remembered for running the weekly clinicopathologic conferences (CPCs) in the department of medicine.

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