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Dr. Elizabeth C. Crosby, February 1957

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Published In
Ann Arbor News, February 16, 1957
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NOT MONKEY BUSINESS: It looks as though Dr. Elizabeth Crosby is playing with a cute little pet, but monkeys are an important part of her research in the field of neuro-anatomy.

Dr. Elizabeth C. Crosby and Dr. Edgar A. Kahn, September 1964

Dr. Elizabeth C. Crosby and Dr. Edgar A. Kahn, September 1964 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, September 11, 1964
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Familiar Figure Takes New Post: Dr. Elizabeth C. Crosby, left, who next month will assume duties as lecturer in a applied neuroanatomy at the University of Alabama after 44 years at the University, is shown making rounds at University Hospital with Dr. Edgar A. Kahn, chairman of the U-M's Neurosurgery Section. A long-time favorite among the medical students, a milestone in Dr. Crosby's career came 15 years ago when she began her clinical association with Dr. Kahn and literally put her vast knowledge in neuroanatomy at the service of patients. She will continue to serve the U-M on a part-time basis and will "commute" here from Alabama to attend two neurosurgery conferences monthly.

Science Group Gears Up For Visibility

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3
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November
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1974
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Outstanding and First

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12
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October
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1968
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Women's Role Interpreted

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13
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December
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1970
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