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" you listen closely, you ' ll hear Hong Kong. " " And the directions say even a baby can do this. " " What a funny way to make chicken soup! " i w Eilir 21
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BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY Emil G. Schmidt, b.s., m.s., ph.d. Professor of Biological Chemistry and Head of the Department. With a well-earned and well-recognized repu- tation for streamlined and efficient organiza- tion, this department can be proud of its role " And he thought that the eighth essential amino- acid was called gasoline. " in our medical training. Guided by the sure hand of Dr. Emil Schmidt, we were presented the mass of knowledge that has been accum- ulated in the fields of metabolism, endocri- nology, physical chemistry, and other related factors that make us " tick. " And as we look back, we can be nothing but appreciative of how useful this material has been, and, strange, to say, just how much of it we have managed to retain. But never let it be said that the depart- ment is content to rest on this reputation. Building and remodeling and planning are a part of the daily routine. Gone is the old weighing room; newly installed are a labora- tory for the handling of radioactive isotopes and a room for studies in metabolism. Activ- ities are to be expanded so as to include the now popular combined IVI.D.-Ph.D. program. Nor are the members of the " Bio " team neglecting their test tubes. Investigation is being conducted along many lines: — the ef- fects of the sex hormones on the secondary sex tissues; the manner in wliicli genetic in- formation is transmitted throughout the species; the role of amines in the synthesis of nucleic acids; the effect of antibit)tics on the metabolism of the intestinal flora; and similar problems, all of which will make the doctor of tomorrow a better doctor.
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P H ' S I O L O G Y William R. Amiilrson, filiv, i ' h.d. Professor of Physiology ami Head of the Department Physiology, from the French word phys ' iolo- gia, is a combination of pbysis, nature, plus logos, discourse, that is, a discourse or study of nature. However, as exemplified by the Department of Physiology, it also has come to mean a combination of gentlemanly humanity and dignity, and a lesson in learn- ing without pressure. Drs. Amberson, Smith am! colleagues have always respected and acknowledged our maturity and our initia- " This is jine. but yon forf ot the muscle. "
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