Thirty-first Series–April 20-22, 1960

Presented in Coordination with the Forty-fifth Annual Meeting of the Alumni Association of the University of Oregon Medical School at the University of Oregon Medical School

DR. WILLIAM B. BEAN

State University of Iowa College of Medicine Internist. Rare Diseases and Rare Lesions; A Patient’s Pilgrimage Through Medical History; The Patient with Pain in the Chest Dr. Bean remained in Portland for the week following the formal program to conduct a series of clinics, conferences and lectures at the St. Vincent Hospital. He also spent time at the University of Oregon Medical School.

DR. MICHAEL E. DEBAKEY

Baylor University College of Medicine General Surgeon. Changing Concepts Underlying the Surgical Approach to Occlusive Disease of the Lower Extremities; Surgical Considerations of Aneurysms of the Abdominal and Thoracic Aorta; Surgery of Cerebrovascular Insufficency

DR. LEE E. FARR

Brookhaven National Laboratory, Upton, New York Medical Director of Brookhaven. Nuclear Reactor Radiology in Clinical Medicine; Technology, Basic Science and Clinical Medicine in an Atomic Age; Educational Concepts in Nuclear Medicine, Present and Future