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New Cardiovascular Research Institute [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 27 September 1957
New Cardiovascular Research Institute Construction has begun on quarters for the new Cardiovascular Research Institute at the University of California Medical Center. The institute will occupy the presently unfinished 13th floor of the Herbert C. Moffltt Hospital. The Institute's laboratories and research beds will provide the environment for an extensive program of basic and applied research on diseases involving the heart and circulatory system. Members of many School of Medicine departments will cooperate in investigating a broad range of cardiovascular problems. The February 14th edition of Synapse will bring you the complete coverage of the activities of this Institute. »
Educated Appraisals [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 27 September 1957
Educated Appraisals Being a few words to the would-be wise, on the threshold of another college year. "Reverence for human personality Is the beginning of wisdom in every social question, but above all in education." Herb-Mid Russell. "Education is an ornament in' prosperity and a refuge in adversity." —Aristotle. "A good teacher leads a man to the threshold of his own mind." —Kahili Glbran. "I don't think the boy of lively mind is hurt much by going to college. If he encounters mainly jackasses, then he learns the useful lesson that this is a jackass world." —H. L. Mencken. "Culture Is the sum of all the forms of art, of love and of thought, which, in the course of centuries, have enabled man to be less enslaved." , —Andre Malraiix. "The highest happiness of a man .as a thinking being is to have probed what is knowable and quietly revere what is unknowable." —Johann Wolfgang yon Gothe. "Outside of their own business, the ideas gained by men before they are 25 are practically the on...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 27 September 1957
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Renowned Educator Heads New Research Institute [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 27 September 1957
Renowned Educator Heads New Research Institute Dr. Julius H. Comroe Jr., internationally known medical researcher and educator, has been named Director of the new Cardiovascular Research Institute at the University of California Medical Center, San Francisco. His appointment was announced by President Robert Gordon Sproul and Dr. J. C. deC. M. Saunders, Dean of the School of Medicine. Dr. Comroe comes to U.C. from the University of Pennsylvania Graduate School of Medicine in Philadelphia, where he was chairman of the department of physiology and pharmacology. He has been appointed a professor of physiology on the U.C. faculty. The Institute which the 46-year-old scientist is to head will be devoted to an Intensive, manyphased research attack on diseases of the heart and circulatory system. Quarters for the Institute, which will occupy the 13th floor of Herbert C. Moffitt Hospital, are now under construction and are to be ready for occupancy by July 1, 1958. Several of its research p...
Student Dental Facilities [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 27 September 1957
Student Dental Facilities ;, .. The dental student body would iike to inform the members of the various student body organizations at the Medical Center concerning dental care during their stay here. Dental service is available to students of the Medical Center through the cooperation of student health service with the facilities of the dental clinics. This dental service is rendered to students at a fee leveled at onehalf that charged the general public. This is a fine service offering additional means of fraternization with students from different professions. Information concerning this service may be obtained from those "loveable ladles" in the dental records room, 6th floor of Medical Science Building.
Cancer Quacks Worse Than Ever [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 27 September 1957
Cancer Quacks Worse Than Ever DETROIT..—Cancer quackery is as widespread and menacing now as it was 30 years ago, Dr. L. Henry Garland, Stanford medical school radiologist; told the Michigan Clinical Institute recently. - Dr. Garland; being honored for "significant contributions to cancer controls," said cancer quacks are more of a menace than ever "because of the improved outlook for both the early and late case of cancer in the light of modem surgery, radiotherapy, and chemotherapy. "THE FAKE practitioner accepts patients with curable cancer and uses worthless remedies on them until the cancer becomes incurable," he said. "Quacks often exhaust the earnings and savings of those in limited circumstances without according and benefit. A few quacks cause diversion of large amounts of private money from the support of responsible cancer research." QUACKS MAY be found both inside and outside the medical profession, he pointed out, and "the spectrum is disturbingly broad." "In the past,"...
Science Must Expand [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 27 September 1957
Science Must Expand Soience needs more researchers who will boldy break through artificial barriers of specialization to pursue'clues to nature's secrets wherever they may lead. This was an opinion expressed in the Annual Faculty Research Lecture on the Berkeley campus by Professor Melvln Calvin, Professor of Chemistry. "The fragmentation of science into specialties is a serious hazard of modern research," Calvin said. "We need specialization, of oour s c, for the expansion of knowledge and technique has made mastery of a single discipline difficult enough, And our universities have met our need to train specialists. 'Escape* From Discipline . "What we need now is to encourage a daring spirit In young scientists. "We need to say to our students, 'You must master a special discipline. But you must also learn to escape from that discipline when the need arises. If in your research you find something that arouses your curiosity, do not drop it simply because it requires knowledge of an...
CAMPUS MEMO [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 27 September 1957
CAMPUS MEMO As a public service Synapse is starting a campus memo for the benefit of all groups and organizations associated with the Medical Center. This memo will cover the period of two weeks covered by each edition. In order for us to reserve space for you we must receive your announcement the Friday prior to the date of publication of each paper, times, places, programs, etc. Be sure to give us your name so that we can get In touch with you If necessary. Mail to Synapse c/o U.C. Medical Center; San Francisco 22, California. Sept. 28 — Welcome Dance*— 7th floor Nurses Dorm.—Sport. Oct. 3—Dental School Picnlo— San Mateo Park. Oct. 10-12 — Nursing Convention (SNAC)—Hotel St. Claire, San Jose.
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 27 September 1957
"I'LL MEET YOU AT THE MULBERRY UNION" Sorry—we can't do it this semester —but it won't be long now. YOUR NEW UNION BUILDING didn't just HAPPEN. It is the result of long years of work and planning. The co-operation, interest, and devotion to the cause by Students, Faculties, and Alumni have made the UNION possible. YOUR CONTINUED SUPPORT AND APPRECIATION WILL MAKE IT SO. ASK ABOUT OUR REBATE POLICY. KEEP THE HABIT OF MA KIN® YOUR PURCHASES OF BOOKS, STATIONERY, AND SUPPLIES AT The Associated Students Medleel Center Book and Supply Store
Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 27 September 1957
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 27 September 1957
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A Look At Our Student Union [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 11 October 1957
A Look At Our Student Union By Pearl Scale, Sue Thomas, Eva Lee Heidel Oui* new student union has a peculiar* significance. There are only four medical student unions in the United States, the oldest one being in Chicago. Ours is unique in itself in that it combines the facilities of both a dormitory and a student union. The dormitory facilities include two wings, one which will accommodate 112 single women and the other which will house 45 single men students. The total cost of the combined structure is 3.5 million dollars. According to present plans, the building will be completed around March of next year. Single Women's Win? The women's wing occupies five floors. The nicest home couldn't offer a girl more satisfactory living conditions. On the first floor is the general lounge where the girls may entertain their visitors. The reception desk is the maia feature of the lounge. From here the women students can be reached through an intercom system, which connects with each room. At...