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J.F. Morgan fonds

  • MG 45
  • Fonds
  • 1946-1976, predominant 1965-1974

This fonds contains primarily material related to the interests and activities of J.F. Morgan during his career at the University of Saskatchewan. Topics include: the Saskatchewan Cancer Research Unit; the U of S Faculty Association; the Canadian Biological Society; and the Canadian Society of Microbiologists.

Morgan, Joseph Francis

Roger Pierson fonds

  • MG 579
  • Fonds
  • 1981-2013 (inclusive) ; 1994-2000 (predominant)

This fonds contains materials relating to Pierson’s research interests, and his collaborative work with graduate students and faculty from medicine, nursing, veterinary medicine, and computational science. Pierson and the reproductive biology research unit made medical history when they were the first to capture natural human ovulation, witnessed with the use of an intra-vaginal probe to produce ultrasound waves. Those original images, on video tape, form part of this fonds; as do other images and data relating to Pierson’s research in reproductive technologies.

Pierson, Roger

Rudolf Altschul fonds

  • MG 22
  • Fonds
  • 1939-1980 (inclusive); 1944-1963 (predominant)

This fonds contains Professor Altschul's personal papers, including the manuscripts of his two novels, "Trilemma" and "Vorgestern und Uebermorgern," various poems, stories, and articles, as well as personal correspondence, finances, and family memorabilia. It also contains his books "Arteriosclerosis" and "Endothelium," and three books by other authors. Many of the stories, articles, and correspondence refer to the sinking of the Athenia. This fonds also contains files relating to Professor Altschul's research activities, particularly in the fields of arteriosclerosis, endothelium, and niacin.

Altschul, Rudolf

S. Fedoroff fonds

  • MG 144
  • Fonds
  • 1933-1993 (inclusive) ; 1960-1990 (predominant)

This fonds documents Dr. Fedoroff's research, including his correspondence with colleagues in the international scientific community; and his organizational, executive, and membership roles in numerous professional associations. It provides documentation both of his highly regarded Tissue Culture Course as well as various international symposia to which he contributed. The University of Saskatchewan material includes files from both R. Altschul and J. Jackson, early heads of the department of anatomy, and includes background material and reports for various University studies in which Fedoroff participated.

Fedoroff, Sergey