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Dr. Biemiller, R. King, Senior Student, Gynecology. Investigation of hormonal influences in vaginal cytology to include such aspects as the effects of pregnancy, threatened abortion and hormone replacement therapy on cell configuration and staining qualities. Dr. Stillwell, Department of Anatomy. Research in experimental studies of factors influencing cell division of embryonic cells grown in vitro. The work has been supported in part from grants from the Ameri- can Philosophical Society and the American Cancer Society. Dr. H. Shapiro, Department of Pharma- cology. An investigation of the effect of epine- phrine, and acidity of the medium on axonal excitablitiy, absolute and relative refractory, and conduction velocity in excised peripheral nerve.
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Research C. Krolczyk, Dr. Dratman, Dr. Eskin, Endocrinology. The endocrine research group is investi- gating the role of ovarian hormones on thyroid activity. Results of the initial ex- periment are now pending publication,, while clinical experimental data were pre- sented before the Philadelphia Endocrine Society last fall. Dr. Butterneld, Dr. Chamberlin, Surgery Study the effect of the adrenal cortical steroids on gastric secretions in the adrenalectomized dog attempt ing to discover in what way, quantitatively and qualita- tively, the various adrenal corticnl hormones affect the gastric acid secretions. Dr. R. Miller, Department of Microbiology. One of the research problems concerns the study of immune serum on the enzymatic activity of small par- ticles isolated from S. typhosa 0.901. Incubation of the cells with glycine results in lysis in 16 hours and speeds of 20,000 x gravity sediment material with enzymatic activity.
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Dean of the College TO THE SENIORS Perhaps no poet however great, has ever expressed the nostalgia of the gradu- ating student any better than the words of the Whiffenpoof Song: " We will pass and be forgotten with the rest. " Sung in proper harmony these lines always produce a catch in the throat and at least a brief yearning for Alma Mater wherever She may be. For you, the class of 1959, I hope that you will think with affection of the four years you have spent at the Woman ' s Medical College. They have not been easy years, I know. They have brought hard work, problems, difficulties. For some of you they have meant sacrifice not only from yourselves but from your families — which is even harder to accept. You stand now at the realization of your ambition, the attainment of your degree in medicine. But of course this is only the beginning. The years of promise stretch before you — joy in intellectual achievement, in the mental exercise of solv- ing problems in laboratory, clinic or office; joy in the well-being of your patients; joy in service. Please be sure that you won ' t " be forgotten with the rest. " We will remem- ber you, will rejoice in your success and will want to know what you are doing. Let us know about your internship, your residency, your practice. We want the medical students of the future to learn about the successes and triumphs of the members of the Class of 1959, so that they can follow in your footsteps — so that they like you: " will be remembered with the rest. " Marion Fay, Ph.D. Dean MARION FAY, Ph.D. Dean
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