1 edition of Naval Medical Research Institute, 1942-1962. found in the catalog.
Naval Medical Research Institute, 1942-1962.
Naval Medical Research Institute (U.S.)
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|Statement||Edited by David E. Goldman.|
|Contributions||Goldman, David Eliot, 1910- ed.|
|LC Classifications||RC981 .U514|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 118 p.|
|Number of Pages||118|
|LC Control Number||66061892|
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Edited by DAVID E. GOLDMAN, Captain, Medical Service Corps, United States Navy "Those scientists of the prewar and World War II era who played such a large role in shaping the research effort at the Naval Medical Research 1942-1962. book are being replaced by a younger generation which looks to the future.
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