Chronicles the contribution of Dr. Lewis L. Coriell and his institute to the state, region, nation, and scientific world. Presents a window through which to view the development of American biomedical science at the last half of the twentieth century.
“ . . . a useful addition to the literature on the development of American medical science during the last fifty years. As the author states in his preface, our understanding of biomedical research in the United States 'will remain incomplete until the role of the independent research institute is more thoroughly examined.' Coriell is a fine beginning.” —Medical History Society of New Jersey Newsletter
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