Patents -- Medicine -- United States
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:
Barnett Rosenberg papers
Scope and Content Barnett Rosenberg came to Michigan State University in 1961 as a founding faculty member the Biophysics Department. Rosenberg and his fellow researchers discovered cisplatin and carboplatin which were the first leading anti-cancer drugs. The collection documents the discovery of these two drugs and includes Rosenberg’s personal and business correspondence. The records of the Barros Research Institute, which further researched and developed anti-cancer drugs, are also included. In...
Dates: 1959 - 2009
Kirkland family papers
Scope and Contents The majority of the Kirkland family papers consist of letters between family members who migrated to the United States and relatives who remained in England. The American branch eventually settled in Livingston County, Michigan. Letters discuss family matters, prices, and English farming.One letter (December 1, 1880) describes in detail a trip from Chicago to California by train. A letter dated November 4, 1898 discusses the outcome of the Spanish-American War, the acquisition of...
Dates: 1850-1914, Undated
Margaret Zee Jones papers
Series Description (1) RESEARCH. 1970-2000. This series includes laboratory books, grant accounts, human and caprine MPS IIID research, and bovine and caprine beta mannosidosis research. The following were transferred to series (14) RESTRICTED: box 2804 folder 13; box 2810 folders 17 and 20.(2) MEDICAL EDUCATION CURRICULUM. 1967-2000. The Medical Education Curriculum series consists of assignments, exams, programmed texts, and curriculum development. These materials were primarily used at Michigan...
Dates: 1936 - 2011