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March 2nd, 2017

After Portraying a Dying Patient, Actor Discovers New Role

By In the Loop intheloop

Megan Cole has played many roles in her acting career, from Shakespearean queens to Elaine’s colleague, Peggy, on “Seinfeld.” (Talk about range.) But the role that has had the biggest impact on her career — and on her life — is that of Dr. Vivian Bearing, the terminally ill English professor at the center of the Pulitzer Prize-winning […]

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Tags: Center for Humanities in Medicine, Maud Mellish, Mayo Clinic Library, Mayo Clinic Proceedings


March 1st, 2016

New Book, Exhibit Highlight Women Who Helped Shape Mayo Clinic

By In the Loop intheloop

What started as a search for historical tidbits for a “Jeopardy-style game” about the role of women in Mayo Clinic’s history turned into something much more once Virginia Wright-Peterson, Ph.D., began looking through Mayo’s archives. “I started reading some of the stories, and I couldn’t believe it that as a local person and someone who […]

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Tags: Dr Gertrude Granger, Dr Harriet Preston, Eleanor Fry, History, Matt Dacy, Maud Mellish, Mayo Clinic Heritage Hall, Virginia Wright-Peterson, Women's History Month


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