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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.

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

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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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)

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

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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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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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