Davenport was one of the world's pre-eminent gastric physiologists. His landmark studies led to the discovery of the stomach's barrier to injury.
After retiring from active faculty status in , Davenport pursued his longtime interest in the history of physiology and medicine, publishing numerous books and articles including "Not Just Any Medical School : The Science, Practice, and Teaching of Medicine at the University of Michigan, " University of Michigan Press, For more information, call Hospital through Oct. Sign in.airtec.gr/images/como-leer/1913-localizar-celular.php
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Shattered Dreams? Oppenheimer and Ronald Bayer Abstract This book is an oral history of how committed doctors and nurses in South Africa struggled to ride the tiger of the world's most catastrophic AIDS epidemic. More This book is an oral history of how committed doctors and nurses in South Africa struggled to ride the tiger of the world's most catastrophic AIDS epidemic. Authors Affiliations are at time of print publication.
Oppenheimer is currently researching the intersection of cardiovascular epidemiology, scientific policy and American culture since Over the past decade, he has pioneered in the study of the history of modern, risk factor epidemiology, especially its role in forming our understanding of chronic disease, and the effect of epidemiology on biomedical policy, culture and the market place since World War II. At the Mailman School, Dr.
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