The History of Medicine as a Subject of Teaching and Research
Arnold C. Klebs. The History of Medicine as a Subject of Teaching and Research, 1914
Arnold C. Klebs (1870-1943) was a Swiss physician who specialized in the study of tuberculosis. Born in Bern, Switzerland, Arnold Klebs, the son of renowned bacteriologist Edwin Klebs, was raised in the presence of an extensive array of scientists, artists, and historians. Klebs worked with William Osler at Johns Hopkins University for a year after arriving in the U.S. and was a contemporary of William H. Welch. Following his work with Osler, he worked as a sanatorium director and tuberculosis specialist in Citronelle, Alabama and Chicago, Illinois. Given his long experience with the ailment, Klebs was named one of the first directors of the National Tuberculosis Institute.
Arnold C. Klebs, history of medicine
Klebs, Arnold C., "The History of Medicine as a Subject of Teaching and Research" (1914). Pamphlets, Offprints and Reprints. 4.
"From the Johns Hopkins Hospital Bulletin, Vol. XXV, No. 275, January, 1914."
"Read at a meeting of the Johns Hopkins Hospital Historical Club, Dec. 8, 1913."