THE STORY OF THE JOHNS HOPKINS by Bertram Bernheim

THE STORY OF THE JOHNS HOPKINS

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KIRKUS REVIEW

The market for this is primarily -- at this age and interest level -- those who are concerned with the possibilities of a career in medicine, for it is a biography of the university, largely in terms of its great men. Beginning with the founding in 1889, the author traces its development through the days of guidance of the ""four saints"" Welch, Halstead, Osler and Kelly; then on to the present with its leaders in focus- medical men, scientists, surgeons who made its name.

Pub Date: Oct. 8th, 1948
Publisher: Whittlesey