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The Frank E. Bunts Educational Endowment Fund

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The Frank E. Bunts Educational Endowment Fund was established on December 31, 1928 in memory of Dr. Frank E. Bunts, a founder and director of the Cleveland Clinic Foundation who died in November, 1928. This fund is used for the advancement of medical and surgical education, through the purchase of books for the library of the Cleveland Clinic, and through a series of lectures each year delivered by speakers who have made outstanding contributions in the fields of medical education, practice, research and sciences related to medicine. This endowment is particularly appropriate as a memorial to Dr. Bunts inasmuch as he was greatly interested in medical education and from 1893 until his death, had served as Professor of the Principles and Practice of Surgery in the School of Medicine of Western Reserve University.

The following speakers have been brought to the Cleveland Clinic by the Frank E. Bunts Educational Endowment Fund:

Dr. Donald D. VanSlyke, Rockefeller InstituteBright's DiseaseApril 26, 1932.
Professor J. B. S. Haldane, John Innes Horticultural Institute, Merton, EnglandGenetics and MedicineNovember 28, 1932.
Dr. T. Wingate Todd, Western Reserve UniversityRoentgenographic Study of Human GrowthJanuary 23, 1933.
Dr. Francis R. Packard, Editor, Annals of Medical HistoryNapoleon's Favorite SurgeonFebruary 21, 1933.
Dr. Francis H. Herrick, Western Reserve UniversityThe Life of the American EagleNovember 23, 1933.
Dr. Maud Slye, Cancer Laboratory Memorial Institute, University of ChicagoRecent Laboratory Findings Regarding CancerDecember 8, 1933.
Dr. Russell S. Ferguson, Memorial Hospital, New. . .


 

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