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DR. N. C. GILBERT

ARTHUR BLOOMFIELD; REGINALD FITZ; RUSSELL M. WILDER; GEORGE E. BURCH; PAUL S. RHOADS
Arch Intern Med (Chic). 1950;85(2):NP. doi:10.1001/archinte.1950.00230080170025.
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DR. N. C. GILBERT

On Jan. 1, 1950, Dr. N. C. Gilbert retired as Chief Editor of the Archives of Internal Medicine. He headed the editorial board from 1932 to 1937, at which time he was officially appointed Chief Editor. During this period the Archives has experienced a healthy growth, as evidenced by a doubled circulation. Keen scientific judgment and absolute fairness marked his supervision of the Archives. His colleagues on the Editorial Board and at the American Medical Association offices will miss also his constant enthusiam and gentle, salty humor. Through the busy years, he has managed an active private and consulting practice; administered the affairs of the Department of Medicine of Northwestern University Medical School as its chairman; acted as chairman of the Medical Department at St. Luke's Hospital in Chicago and, with the help of numerous younger colleagues, made notable original contributions to the knowledge of coronary

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