Dr. William W. Scott’s 25th Anniversary at Johns Hopkins
January 1, 1971, will mark my 30 years of association with Professor William Wallace Scott in pursuits related to Urology. The setting was the laboratory of Dr. Charles B. Huggins at the University of Chicago where I had spent my senior elective quarter. Having graduated in December, 1940, I continued to work as a research fellow on the use of serum phosphatases as an indicator when hormonal control of prostatic cancer was instituted. Dr. Huggins was Professor and Chief of the Division of Urology and Dr. Cornelius Vermeulen was an Instructor in Urology. Dr. Scott came to the laboratory, having just completed a year of straight surgical internship, to spend six months in research prior to entering the residency program in Urology.
KeywordsProstatic Cancer Residency Program Research Fellow Hormonal Control House Officer
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