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  • Collection: Ernest Goodpasture Papers

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William Gunter, Jr. was an autopsy technician in the department of pathology, as well as a skilled photographer praised by Dr. Goodpasture for his work for pathology and other departments. William’s brother Albert and his father Bill Sr., both…

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Katherine Anderson (1909-1995) received a PhD in bacteriology from Vanderbilt in 1940. Her interest in viruses led to her work in Dr. Ernest Goodpasture's lab. The couple married in 1945, after which she worked on environmental issues, natural…

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Katherine Anderson (1909-1995) received a PhD in bacteriology from Vanderbilt in 1940. Her interest in viruses led to her work in Dr. Goodpasture's lab. The couple married in 1945, after which she worked on environmental issues, natural habitats and…

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Ernest Goodpasture studied medicine at Johns Hopkins University, earning his M.D. in 1912. He became interested in vaccines working at Chelsea Naval Hospital’s pathology lab during the 1918 influenza epidemic. In 1925, Dr. Goodpasture arrived at…

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Dr. Ernest Goodpasture was chair of pathology at Vanderbilt University from 1924-1955 and remains known for his work developing vaccines by culturing them in fertile chicken eggs. Goodpasture used so-called immortal HeLa cells as many pathologists…
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