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NIH Directors' Files 1937-1983 (bulk 1950-1970)
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Shannon, James A. [subseries]:
4 45
"Influence of governmental research on the pharmaceutical industry" - American Pharmaceutical Manufacturers Association, New York City, December 8, 1954
4 46
"Changing patterns in the support of medical research" - Medical Research Institute of the Michael Reese Hospital, Chicago, October 25, 1955
4 47
"Medical research today" - Creighton University School of Medicine, Omaha, May 21, 1956
4 48
"A program of education for medicine at Stanford University" - Stanford, July, 1956
4 49
"The impact of research on hospitals" - Trustee, December, 1956
4 50
"Medical research in perspective" - Science, December 14, 1956
4 51
"Medical research - 1956: some problems at mid-century" - John F. Anderson lecture at Universit of Virginia, Charlottesville, December 17, 1956
4 52
Pasteur fermentation centennial - New York City, November 21, 1957
4 53
Notes - Incentive Awards ceremony, NIH Clinical Center, January 9, 1958
4 54
"Address" - New York University School of Medicine, New York City, February 22, 1958
4 55
"Practical considerations for investing federal funds inmedical research" - Conference Administration of Research, September 10-12, 1958
4 56
"Federal support of basic research in the life sceinces" - Pharmaceutical Manufacturers' Association, Sea Island, Ga., November 5, 1958
4 57
"The role of the National Institutes of Health in the support of medical research by the federal government" - Manufacturing Chemists' Association, New York City, November 25, 1958
4 58
"The organization of a national medical research program" - American Association for the Advancement of Science, Washington, D.C., December 27, 1958
4 59
"Factors influencing the substance and dimension of medical research in the United States" - Ciba Foundation symposiumon Significant Trends in Medical Research, 1959
4 60
"Ten looks at the future - medical research" - American Academy of General Practice, January, 1959
4 61
"Maintenance of the synergistic relationship of education and research in medicine" - Congress on Medical Education and Licensure, Chicago, February 9, 1959
4 62
[Notes] - Science and Astronautics, room 214B new House Office Building, Washington, D.C., March 13, 1959
4 63
"Means and patterns for the support of scientific research" - March 19, 1959
4 64
"Medical research" - Encyclopedia Britannica, May, 1959
4 65
"Basic research in government,industry and private research institutes" - Symposium on Basic Research, New York City, May 14, 1959
4 66
Notes - Rockefeller Institute, May 16, 1959
4 67
"The relationship of laboratory research to clinical investigation" - [delivered by Joseph Smadel], Boston, May 21, 1959
4 68
Dedicatory remarks - [Delivered by Joseph Smadel] Ziskind Research Building, Boston, May 21, 1959
4 69
"Factors influencing the substance and dimension of medical research in the United States" (abstract) - Ciba Foundation symposium, London, June 25, 1959
4 70
DHEW, statement by director of NIH -Subcommittee on Reorganization and International Organizations of the Senate Government Operations Committee, July 16, 1959
4 71
"Creativity in various settings" - July 20, 1959
4 72
"Medicine, the university, and society" - dedication of Stanford Medical Center, September 17-18, 1959
4 73
"Medical research and the voluntary agencies" - National Budget and Consultation Committee, New YorkCity, December 3, 1959
4 74
"Science, government, and universities" - dedication of Spaulding Life Sciences building, University of New Hampshire, Durham, NH, May 6, 1960
4 75
Remarks - dedication of Korman reearch building of Albert Einstein Medical Center, Philadelphia, May 15, 1960
4 76
"Research - challenge of the future" - Philadelphia Medicine, June 3, 1960
4 77
Remarks at dedication of laboratory at Woods Hole - Woods Hole, Ma., August 13, 1960
4 78
"The support of medical research" - Salerni Collegium dinner, University of Southern California, October 3, 1960
4 79
"The federal government and medical research" - Medical Surgical Society of the Massachusetts Memorial Hospitals, October 28, 1960
4 80
"The National Institutes of Health of the U.S. Public Health Service" - first international Symposium of National Health Institutes, Rome, December 12-14, 1960
4 81
"The medical schools and NIH: a changing pattern" - House Subcommittee on Appropriations, 1961
4 82
"The development of the federal role in the support of medical research" - Bulletin of the New York Academy of Medicine, January, 1961
4 83
"Epidemiology and world medicine: neglected avenue to new knowledge" - Yale University, March 17, 1961
4 84
"Mendel and the modern research organization" - Villanova University, May 4, 1961
4 85
"The National Institutes of Health: programmes and problems" -Royal Society, London, June 15, 1961
4 86
"Neglected avenue to knowledge" - Public Health Reports, September, 1961
4 87
"NIH objectives in international medical research and training" - University of Maryland Medical School, Baltimore, September 19, 1961
4 88
"Medical research in the nineteen sixties" - New York City, October 2-4, 1961
4 89
"Medical research potentials in light of modern data processing" -Endicott, NY, October 9, 1961
4 90
"The research outlook for health" - National Council on Aging, New York City, October 10, 1961
4 91
"Federal support of research careers" -Science, November 3, 1961
4 92
"Where is U.S. research heading?" - Medical World News, April 27, 1962
4 93
"The university, the federal government and the scientists" - University of Illinois, June 8, 1962
4 94
"Science and the liberal concept" - McAuley lecture, West Hartford, Cn., November 7, 1962
4 95
"The role of the National Institutes of Health in support of research and related activities in educational institutions" - Special Subcommittee on Educationa, House Committee onEducation and Labor, U.S. House of Representatives, November 26, 1962
4 96
"The National Institutes of Health: its place in American medicine" - New England Journal of Medicine, 1963
4 97
"Contributions of science and technology to blindness research" - American Center for Research in Blindness and Rehabilitation, Boston, January 24, 1963
4 98
Summary of paper - United Nations Conference on the Application of Science and Technology for the Benefit of the Less Developed Areas, Geneva, February, 1963
4 99
"The role of medical research in less-developed areas" - Geneva, February 4-20, 1963
4 100
DHEW, statement by director of NIH, 1964 appropriation estimates - U.S. House of Representatives, March, 1963
4 101
"Background information relating to the federal role in the advancement of the nation's medical research" - U.S. House or Representatives, April, 1963
4 102
"Scientific freedom and public accountability" - Atlantic City, April 19, 1963
4 103
"The advancement of knowledge in furtherance of the nation's health" - U.S. House of Representatives, April 24, 1963
4 104
DHEW, summary statement by director of NIH, 1964 appropriation estimate - U.S. Senate, May 6, 1963
4 105
"The challenge to the physician - a contemporary perspective" - University of Maryland School of Medicine, Baltimore, Md., June 7, 1963
4 106
Suggested line of statement for Dr. Shannon re John E. Fogarty - Providence, R.I., June 7, 1963
4 107
Draft remarks - National Institute of Dental Research, June 14, 1963
4 108
"Tribute to Dr. Joseph E. Smadel by Dr. James A. Shannon -Walter Reed Chapel - July 23, 1963" - Public Health Reports[?], July 30, 1963
4 109
"Drug toxicity - problems and prospects" - Meriden, N.H., August 1, 1963
4 110
[New resource at NIH] - NIH, September 5, 1963
4 111
"The National Institutes of Health: its place in American medicine" - New England Journal of Medicine, September 12, 1963
4 112
"National commitments and institutional responsibilities" - American Council on Education, Washington, D.C., October 3-4, 1963
4 113
Draft - 25th anniversary Squibb Institute & dedication of research building, October 10, 1963
4 114
Welcoming remarks - First NIH International Lecture, NIH, October 31, 1963
4 115
"Medical care: its social and organizational aspects" - New England Journal of Medicine, December 19, 1963
4 116
"The scientist in government - the development of in-house research" - Washington, D.C., January 8, 1964
4 117
"The NIH program in relation to the nation's research and development effort" - Washington, D.C., January 9, 1964
4 118
"Discussion of the National Institutes of Health before the Wooldridge Committee" -Washington, D.C., January 9, 1964
4 119
Remarks ... on the occasion of receiving the degree of doctor of medicine honoris causa - University of Louvain, Belgium, February 2, 1964
4 120
"You'll live longer" (interview) - Nation's Business, March, 1964
4 121
"Scientists and government" -Brandeis University, April 8, 1964
4 122
Remarks on scientific and technical information -Standing Committee of the Federal Council, Office ofScience and Technology, Washington, D.C., April 13, 1964
4 123
Dedication ceremony, Kettering Research Laboratory, New York City, May 6, 1964
4 124
"A look ahead at high level manpower resources and requirements" - Joint sessions of Engineering Manpower Commission and the Scientific Manpower Commission, Washington, D.C., May 21, 1964
4 125
"Science and federal programs: the continuing dialogue" - Science, May 22, 1964
4 126
Remarks upon receipt of honorary degree of Doctor of Medicine - Karolinska Institutet, May 29, 1964
4 127
Remarks at dedication of Dr. Harold R. Cronin Research Building - New York City, June 27, 1964
4 128
Statement about Joseph Jay Bunim, August 11, 1964
4 129
Remarks - Instrument Symposium, NIH Clinical Center, October 5, 1964
4 130
"The environment of the federal laboratory" - FCST-CSC Symposium, Washington, D.C, December 7-8, 1964
4 131
Panel discussion on personnel interchange between government, universities, and industry - Office of Science and Technology Symposium, Washignton, D.C., December 8, 1964
4 132
"NIH chiefs give views on developments in 1965" - Weekend Edition, December 26-27, 1964
4 133
Remarks on occasion of tenth anniversary of founding Albert Einstein College of Medicine, 1965
4 134
DHEW, statement by director of NIH, 1966 appropriation estimate - U.S. House of Representatives, 1965
4 135
"State of the art and prospect of biomedical sciences with particular application to Hawaii" -Governor's Conference onScience andTechnology, Hawaii, January 28, 1965
4 136
"The organization and functions of the National Institutes of Health" - U.S. House of Representatives, February 16, 1965
4 137
DHEW, statement by director of NIH, 1966 appropriation estimates - U.S. House of Representatives, February 16, 1965
4 138
DHEW, statement by director of NIH, 1966 appropriation estimates - U.S. Senate, March 15, 1965
4 139
"The nation's research base" - Michigan Association of the Professions, Grand Rapids, Mi., March 26, 1965
4 140
"'Creative administrator' in the evolution of NIH" - U.S. Medicine, April 1, 1965
4 141
"The emerging role of science in medical education and service" - National Tuberculosis Associations, Chicago, May 30, 1965
4 142
"Chemistry and communicationinthe biosciences" - Chemical Abstracts Service, Ohio State University, June 3, 1965
4 143
"The role of the National Institutes of Health in support of research and strengthening national biomedical capabilities" - Subcommittee on Employment and Manpower, Senate Labor and Public Welfare Committee, June 7, 1965
4 144
"The emerging role of science in medical education and service" - Jefferson Medicla College, June 11, 1965
4 145
"The National Science Foundation - its role and relationship to other federal research programs" - Subcommittee onScience Research and Development, House Committee onScience and Astronautics, July 14, 1965
4 146
"Rehabilitation: new needs and new opportunities" - Journal of Rehabilitation, July-August, 1965
4 147
Testimony - Subcommittee on Patents, Trademarks, and Copyrights of theSenate Committee on the Judiciary, August 17, 1965
4 148
"Viewpoint" - Geriatrics, September, 1965
4 149
"Medical research" - American Review of Respiratory Diseases, October, 1965
4 150
"The national purpose in support of health research" - [presented by Stuart M. Sessoms] National Conference onDental Research and Education, Washington, D.C., October 4, 1965
4 151
"Biomedical sciences - present status and problems" - National Academy of Sciences meeting, Seattle, Wa., October 11, 1965
4 152
"A framework for the assessment of therepeutic agents" - November 30, 1965
4 153
DHEW, statement by director of NIH - 1967 appropriation estimates - U.S. House of Representatives, 1966
4 154
"NIH international research support" - Research and Technical Programs Subcommittee, Committee on Government Operations, U.S. House of Representatives, February 10, 1966
4 155
"NIH director views the development of molecular biology" - Laboratory Managemetn, April, 1966
4 156
"Medical research and health services" - Alpha Omega Alpha lecture, University of Pennsylvania, April 1, 1966
4 157
Statement by director of NIH - Senate Committee on Commerce, May 25, 1966
4 158
Remarks used at a White House meeting with the President and Institute Directors - June 27, 1966
4 159
Statement before the Subcommittee on Government Research, Senate Government Operations Committee, July 26, 1966
4 160
"Some general comments on pharmacology" - The Pharmacologist, August 18, 1966
4 161
"The advancement of medical research: a twenty year view of the role of the National Institutes of Health" - Alan Gregg Memorial lecture, San Francisco, October 22, 1966
4 162
"Medicine, biomedical sciences, and engineering" - American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Boston, December 1, 1966
4 163
Statement before Subcommittee on Intergovernmental Relations, Senate Committee on Government Operations, December 15, 1966
4 164
re significant developments and trends in federal research, 1965-66 - U.S. World News, 1967
4 165
"National Institutes of Health" - Industrial Research, January, 1967
4 166
"Science and service" - Conference on Regional Medical Programs, Washington, D.C., January 15-17, 1967
4 167
"Role of fundamental research in a mission-oriented agency" - annual meeting of Biophysical Society, Houston, Tx., February 22-24, 1967
5 1
Statement before Subcommittee on Government Research, Senate Government OperationsCommittee, March 1, 1967
5 2
"Thoughts on the relationships between science and federal programs" - annual meeting of theFederation of American Societies for Experimental Biology, Chicago, April 18, 1967
5 3
"Some comments on the occasion of the 1967 Passano Award to Dr. Irvine Page" - Atlantic City, NJ, June 19, 1967
5 4
"Bioengineering aspects of medical research programs of the National Institutes of Health" - annual conference of Instrument Society of America, Chicago, September 11, 1967
5 5
"Academic science and the federal establishment" - University of Maryland School of Medicine, Baltimore, Md., November 21, 1967
5 6
Draft - Medical World News, November 22, 1967
5 7
Interview of Dr. James A. Shannon by Joseph McCaffrey on Close Up - Washington, D.C., December 17, 1967
5 8
"The research philosophy of James A. Shannon, M.D." -Scientific Research, January 8, 1968
5 9
"Federal research" - Medical World News, January 12, 1968
5 10
"The extended life span: health factors" - Wayne State University, Detroit, February 15, 1968
5 11
Tribute to Sen. Lister Hill - draft - March 11, 1968
5 12
DHEW, statement by director of NIH, 1969 appropriation estimates - U. S. House of Representatives, April 1, 1968
5 13
"Health center of the future" - Hofstra University, Hempstead, NY, April 15-16, 1968
5 14
College of Mount St. Vincent commencement address, New York City, May 24, 1968
5 15
"Improving the 'quality of living'" - The General Electric Forum, Summer, 1968
5 16
Statement by director of NIH - Subcommittee on Science, Research, and Development, House Science and Astronautics Committee, July, 1968
5 17
"Hail and farewell" - National Institutes of Health, August 27, 1968
5 18
"Science and social purpose" - meeting of AAAS, Dallas, Tx., December 27, 1968