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Dr. Allan Bass in Pharmacology Laboratory in 1936
A 1939 graduate of Vanderbilt Medical School, Dr. Bass (1910-2005) served as the chair of the Department of Pharmacology from 1953-1973, and as associate dean of the medical school from 1973-74. This photograph depicts Dr. Bass as a young Vanderbilt…

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Joel Hardman, Allan Bass, and Lee Limbird
Members of the Department of Pharmacology pose for a photograph. Dr. Bass, Dr. Hardman, and Dr. Limbird all served as chairs of the department.

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Allan Bass, 1984
Dr. Allan Bass (1910-2005) served as chair of the Department of Pharmacology from 1953 to 1973.

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Dedication of Tennessee Neuropsychiatric Institute - March 19, 1971
From left to right, Dr. Daniel H. Efron; Dr. Allan D. Bass; Governor Winfield Dunn; Dr. Bertram S. Brown; Dr. Fridolin Sulser; Dr. Morris A. Lipton; Commissioner Frank H. Luton; Dr. Alexander Heard (Chancellor of Vanderbilt University)

Dr. Julius Axelrod, Dr. Allan Bass, and Dr. Fridolin Sulser
Vanderbilt professors Allan Bass and Fridolin Sulser meet with Julius Axelrod, co-winner of the Nobel Prize for Medicine or Physiology in 1970. Dr. Axelrod was not a faculty member at Vanderbilt, but was instead a researcher at the National…

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Allan Bass with a colleague in the laboratory
Dr. Bass looks over some test results in his laboratory.

First Lieutenant Allan Bass
Allan Bass, chair the Department of Pharmacology from 1953-1973, and served in the US Army Medical Corps during World War II.
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