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DEAN ' S MESSAGE TO THE GRADUATING CLASS OF 1961 I came to U.S.C. when you were beginning your second year. The past three years have been, what I consider, an exciting adventure in Medical Education. Great and significant developments are occurring with respect to your Medical School. A medical campus is being constructed adjacent to the Los Angeles County General Hospital. It is the hope of the University and Medical School administra- tions that this campus environment will evolve into a renowned U.S.C. medical eduction and research center, o center of learning of which you will always be proud and Interested in supporting. I hope each of you appreciate the opportunity you have had in obtaining your medical education at U.S.C, and that you will utilize the opportunity as alumni to participate actively in its graduate medical education programs. As alumni you have a vested interest in the Medical School. Directly as well as through the Alumni Association you will have an opportunity to make your interests known. A medical school ' s reputation in the community is directly related to the character of its graduates and the quality of medicine they practice. The medical School administration and faculty are proud of you and are confident you will always represent the best in your profession and as citizens wherever you may live. Good luck and best wishes. Clayton G. Loosli, M.D. Dean
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DEDICATION In deepest appreciation of his many years of inspirational teaching in the School of Medicine; his contributions to the science of pharmacology and therapeutics; his efforts toward teaching the scien- tific rationale of treatment rather than the expediency of it; his imparting to each student an approach of critical evaluation of medical advances; and to his embodiment of the vigorous role of the basic sciences to clinical medicine; we respectfully dedicate the Asklepiad of 1961 to our beloved Professor of Pharmacology, Dr. John L. Webb. HSG
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FACULTY NERLICH, WILLIAM EDWARD Associate Professor of Medicine and Assistant Dean (Student Affairs) SAUNDERS, PAUL R. Professor of Pharmacology and Associate Dean (Curriculum) MANNING, PHIL R. Associate Professor of Medicine and Associate Dean (Postgraduate Education) PATEK, PAUL R. Professor of Anatomy (Head) DRURY, DOUGLAS R. Professor of Physiology (Head) MEHL, JOHN W. Professor of Biochemistry and Nutrition (Head) EDMONDSON, HUGH A. Professor of Pathology (Head) WEBB, JOHN L. Professor of Pharmacology (Head) GORDON, IRVING Professor of Mediciol Microbiology (Head) BREM, THOMAS H. Professor of Medicine (Head) BERNE, CLARENCE J. Professor of Surgery (Head) WARD, ROBERT Professor of Pediatrics (Head)
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