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Healy, Bernadine / [1991-1993] Title: Bernadine Healy papers 1991-1993
Abstract: UNPROCESSED COLLECTION. Papers from Healy's tenure as NIH Director (1991-1993) and the American Red Cross. Speeches, subject files, Congressional hearings planning and testimonies, clippings, media/press, videotapes, clippings, administrative files.
Hecquet, Philippe, 1661-1737 / [1701-1889] Title: Philippe Hecquet Correspondence and Medical Notes 1701-1889
Abstract: Letters written to Hecquet, mostly in French, and notes written by Hecquet, mostly in Latin, and a biography of Hecquet.
Heidelberger, Michael, b. 1888 / [1901-1990 (bulk 1940-1975)] Title: Michael Heidelberger Papers 1901-1990 (bulk 1940-1975)
Abstract: Michael Heidelberger (1888-1991) is known as one of the founders of quantitative immunochemistry, and in the course of his career studied, among others, bacterial polysaccharides (particularly pneumococcal), as well as the immunochemistry of proteins, antibodies, and antigens. The papers deal primarily with Heidelberger's career as a teacher, researcher, and active member of the scientific community.
Henderson, Yandell, 1873-1944 / [1911-1944] Title: Yandell Henderson papers on the merit of a resuscitation apparatus 1911-1944
Abstract: Correspondence and writings about mechanical resuscitation apparatus and photographs of Anglo-American physiological expedition on Pike's Peak.
Henkel family / [1786-1940] Title: Henkel Family Papers 1786-1940
Abstract: Letters document several generations of the Henkel family of Virginia, four members of which were physicians, three of whom participated in the Civil War. Collection is available online at:
Henle, Werner, 1910-1987 / [1955-1987] Title: Werner and Gertrude Henle Papers 1955-1987
Abstract: Werner Henle, the son of a surgeon and grandson of anatomist-histologist Jacob Henle, was born in Dortmund, Germany. He attended the University of Munich from 1929-1930 and transferred to the University of Heidelberg in 1930 where he finished the course work needed for medical degree in 1934. Gertrude Szpingier was born in Mannheim, Germany and received her medical degree from the University of Heidelberg in 1936. The Henles are the most well known, however, for their research on Epstein-Barr virus. Their discovery of the relationship between Epstein-Barr virus and cancer demonstrated that the presence of certain viruses in the nucleus of a cell could transform a healthy cell into a malignant one.