Record Series 300 contains the administrative files of the first Dean of the UCLA School of Medicine, Stafford L.Warren.
Stafford Leak Warren (1896-1981) earned his B.A. at University of California at Berkeley in 1918; M.A. and M.D. at University
of California San Francisco Medical School, 1922; and accomplished his postgraduate studies at Johns Hopkins University and
Harvard, 1922-1925. Warren went on to direct the Atomic Energy Project at the University of Rochester (1943) and worked on
the Manhattan Project. After the war, Warren came to UCLA to serve as dean of the School of Medicine (1947-1962), vice-chancellor
of the Health Sciences (1962-1963) and professor emeritus at UCLA (1965-1981).
98.0 linear ft.
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