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from Wake Forest College in 1931 and his M.A. degree in 1932, and
his M.D. degree from Jefferson Medical College in 1936. In the years
1936-38, he was instructor in Pathology, and has been assistant
professor since that time.
Since 1938 Dr. R. E. Miller has been assistant professor of
Anatomy. He received his B.S. degree from the University of
Pittsburgh in 1933, and his M.S. degree from the same institution in
1935, in 1938 he received the Ph.D. degree from the University of
Missouri, in which he has been on the teaching staff since 1934.
In 1937 Loren L. Chastain was added to the department of
Physiology and Pharmacology as instructor, a position which he has
held since. He had received the B.S. degree from Carson-Newman
College in 1930, and the M.S. degree from Vanderbilt University in
1935, and since that time had been instructor in the Medical School of
that institution.
For the year 1940-41, Dr. W. C. Thomas served as associate in
Pathology. He received the B.S. degree at Wake Forest College in
1935, and his M.D. degree from the University of Maryland in 1939.
For the year 1939-40 he was intern at the Gallinger Municipal
Hospital of Washington, D. C.
In the second semester of 1940-41 Dr. Felda Hightower served as
instructor in Anatomy, teaching a class at Wake Forest. He received
the B.S. degree from Wake Forest in 1931 and the M.D. degree from
the University of Pennsylvania in 1933. He had held internships in
hospitals in New Orleans and Philadelphia; was a member of the staff
of the Anson County Sanatorium, 1935-37, and Medical Director and
Surgeon, Central Prison Hospital, Raleigh, since 1937. He has been
on the clinical staff of the school since 1938.
During the second semester of 1940-41, Dr. L. G. Sinclair, a
member.of the clinical staff since 1938, gave instruction at Wake
Forest in the department of Anatomy. He received the B.A. degree
from Wake Forest College in 1929, and the M.D. degree from the
University of Pennsylvania in 1933. He was intern in hospitals in
New Orleans and Philadelphia, 1933-35; was
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