This person was trained and educated as a practicing university anthropologist before entering medical school.
This person was a general practitioner in Brooklyn who was trained to serve his patients first.
This person was a former Jesuit priest and psychiatrist.
This person began 6:30 a.m. lectures with the imperative to remember ABC's.
This person was an arrogant but ignorant intern.
This person demonstrated the intubation of a patient.
This person led and a group of interns rudely woke patients as they hurriedly completed their rounds.
This person was the world's most famous brain surgeon.
This person is a psychoanalyst who met with a rotation group of medical students in a weekly conference and seminar schedule.
This person insisted on evidence in patient care and in psycho-dynamic interpretation.
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