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|Abstract||Contains research, correspondence, and original photographs and slides pertaining to Dr. Jean Oliver's kidney research. Collaborators include, but are not limited to: Thomas Addis, Carl W. Gottschalk, Malcolm Holliday, Ronald A. Kramp, and Louis G. Welt. The addition of 2005 includes correspondence collected by Malcolm Holliday. Jean Redman Oliver was a white kidney pathologist and authority on kidney disease.|
|Creator||Oliver, Jean, 1889-1976.|
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Jean Redman Oliver, a white kidney pathologist and authority on kidney disease, was born in Watsonville, California, in 1889. He graduated from Stanford University in 1911 and the Stanford University School of Medicine in 1914. During his career, he worked for the Stanford University School of Medicine, the Rockefeller Institute, the Long Island College of Medicine, the State University of New York Medical Center, Kings County Hospital, and Overlook Hospital. He also conducted research for the Ciba Pharmaceutical Company. Dr. Oliver wrote widely on kidney disease, including Architecture of the kidney in chronic Bright's disease. He was a mentor and close friend of University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill faculty member Carl W. Gottschalk. He died in Summit, New Jersey, in 1976.Back to Top
Contains research, correspondence, and original photographs and slides pertaining to Dr. Jean Oliver's kidney research. Collaborators include, but are not limited to: Thomas Addis, Carl W. Gottschalk, Malcolm Holliday, Ronald A. Kramp, and Louis G. Welt. The addition of 2005 includes correspondence collected by Malcolm Holliday.Back to Top
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Processed by: Dawne Howard Lucas, September 2019
Encoded by: Dawne Howard Lucas, September 2019
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