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Papers of Marshall A. Lichtman, M.D.

Introduction to the Collection

For more than fifty years, Marshall A. Lichtman, M.D., has served the University of Rochester School of Medicine & Dentistry as a clinician, researcher, educator, department head, and dean. Dr. Lichtman’s papers – presented to the Rare Books & Manuscripts Section of the Edward G. Miner Library in 2013 – reflect these various roles. The Papers of Marshall A. Lichtman, M.D. are contained in ten albums and nineteen boxes occupying twenty-three linear feet. The Lichtman papers may be divided into the following series:

Albums 1-10: Dr. Lichtman’s office assembled ten carefully prepared albums or scrapbooks containing correspondence, photographs, publicity, ephemera and other documents reflecting Lichtman’s activities both within and outside the Medical Center from 1960 through 2012. Most of these albums are arranged chronologically.

Boxes 1-3: contain correspondence and other documents pertaining specifically to the University of Rochester School of Medicine & Dentistry (1978-2000), including his membership on the committee on faculty promotion (1980-83) and the Bone Marrow Transplant Program (1985-89).

Box 4: contains general correspondence arranged alphabetically by correspondent.

Boxes 5-7: contain correspondence and other documents pertaining to Lichtman’s involvement in the American Red Cross; the American Society of Hematology (including his 1989 presidency); and the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (mostly correspondence arranged alphabetically).

Boxes 8-12: include reprints or photocopies of articles and book chapters published between 1964 and the present.

Boxes 13-16: contain books that Lichtman edited, including multiple editions of Williams’ hematology, a standard hematological textbook that was translated into Italian, Spanish and Chinese.

Box 17: contains memorabilia from Lichtman’s years at Cornell and the University of Buffalo.

Box 18: Realia.

Box 19: Diplomas, certicates and awards.  

 

Biography

Marshall A. Lichtman was born in New York City in 1934 to Vera (Silverstein) and Samuel Lichtman. He spent his early years in the Bronx, his father’s home, one block from Yankee Stadium, resulting in his being a devoted, life-long New York Yankees fan. Because of his father’s service in the Army Air Force during World War II (1942-1945), he attended public schools in the Bronx, Buffalo, N.Y., Sumter, S.C. (Air Force base), Miami, Fl., and Los Angeles. During this period he moved about with his mother and father or lived with grandparents. After the War, the Lichtman family settled in Buffalo where he attended grade school and then Lafayette High School (1947-1951). Majoring in zoology, Lichtman received his undergraduate degree from Cornell University in 1955. In June 1957, Lichtman married Alice Jo Maisel (Lichtman) in Buffalo. They have three daughters (Susan, Joanne, and Pamela) and seven grandchildren.

Lichtman received his medical degree from the University of Buffalo School of Medicine in 1960. During the summers and electives of medical school, he worked at the Roswell Park Memorial Institute in Buffalo with Avery Sandberg, M.D. and W. Roy Slaunwhite, Ph.D., leading endocrine biochemists of the day, initially trying to develop a quantitative assay of the recently discovered hormone aldosterone, and subsequently participating in a study on the biosynthesis of radiolabelled estriol glucuronide, which resulted in his first scientific publication in 1965. Because Sandberg was also a hematologist and was responsible for reading the blood and marrow examinations of patients at the Institute, Lichtman became interested in hematological diagnosis.

Lichtman did his residency at the University of Rochester Medical Center from 1960 to 1963, being attracted to the institution because it had one of the leading training programs in internal medicine and a nationally recognized hematology program. Thereafter, he served two years as a post-doctoral research associate in epidemiology at the School of Public Health, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, N.C. to complete his two years of required government service. Having entered the U.S. Public Health Service in 1963 to meet his service requirement, he had a unique assignment to the University of North Carolina where the Public Health Service was completing the analysis of studies on the cardiovascular health of a biracial population in Evans County, Ga. In 1965 he returned to the University of Rochester as chief resident in medicine. Pursuing his interest in hematology, Lichtman was a postdoctoral research trainee in the Depts. of Medicine and of Biophysics (1966-67) and received a USPHS special postdoctoral research fellowship to study blood cells in leukemia (1967-69). He received the Leukemia Society of America Scholar Award in 1969 to study biophysical abnormalities in leukemic cells supplemented by a research grant from the National Cancer Institute (1971).

Lichtman was appointed instructor of medicine at the University of Rochester School of Medicine in 1965; senior instructor of medicine in 1966; assistant professor of medicine in 1968; assistant professor of medicine and of radiation biology and biophysics in 1970; associate professor of medicine and of radiation biology and biophysics in 1971; and professor of medicine and of radiation biology and biophysics in 1974. In 1975 Lichtman was named chief of the hematology unit, and from 1979 to 1989 served as associate dean and senior associate dean for academic affairs and research. In 1989, he was named academic dean. Dr. Lichtman served as dean of the University of Rochester School of Medicine & Dentistry for 6 years from January 1, 1990 through December 31,1995.

Lichtman has served as a consultant and visiting professor internationally, and has been active in numerous local, regional, national and international scientific societies. He was elected to the American Society for Clinical Research and the American Association of Physicians. He received the Distinguished Alumnus Award from the University of Buffalo School of Medicine and was named a Master of the American College of Physicians. He served on the Board of Governors of the American Red Cross (1990-96), as chairman of the American Red Cross Scientific Council (1987-95), president of the American Society of Hematology (1989), and executive vice-president for research and medical affairs of the Leukemia Society of America, subsequently named the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (1996). He is the author of over 250 scientific articles, review articles, editorials, and book chapters, and has been editor or co-editor of several monographs and textbooks, including the 3rd (1983) through 8th (2011) editions of Williams hematology. In addition, Lichtman has served on the editorial board of ten scientific journals and as editor-in-chief of Blood cells, molecules, and diseases (2000-13).

 

Marshall A. Lichtman

Marshall A. Lichtman in high school, Buffalo, N.Y.

 

Inventory to the Collection

Album 1: Documents, correspondence, photographs, publicity & ephemera, 1960s-1980s

Album 2: Correspondence, publicity, photographs, ephemera, etc. pertaining to the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, the American Red Cross, MAL’s talks & lectures, URMC Bone Marrow Transplant Unit, American Society of Hematology, advertisements & reviews for MAL’s books on hematology, 1970s-1990s

Album 3: Correspondence acknowledging appointment as Dean, 1989-90

Album 4: Documents, correspondence, photographs, publicity & addresses from inaugural period as Dean, 1989-1990

Album 5: Annual reports, publicity, etc. as Dean of the School of Medicine & dentistry, January 1, 1990-December 31, 1995

Album 6: Correspondence, publicity, etc. from end of term as Dean, November-December 1995

Album 7: Curriculum vitae, photographs, publicity & ephemera, 1995-2012

Album 8: Photographs taken at meetings and symposia, 1983-2002; formal portraits of MAL; staff photos from end of term as Dean, 1983-2003

Album 9: Photographs of residents in the Dept. of Medicine, 1960-74; in the Hematology Unit, 1962-90; miscellaneous photographs, 1974-96; CIT training grant group portraits, 1967-early 1970s; Dept. of Medicine group portraits, 1969-74; Unit chiefs, 1978-89; Advisory Board, 1980-90; Hematology Study Section, 1983-86.

Album 10: Photographs of plane and ship models built by Marshall A. Lichtman, 1998-2000

 

Hematology Journal Club, Rochester, N.Y.

Lichtman (2nd from right) and the Hematology Journal Club, University of Rochester Medical Center, late 1970s

 

Box 1: School of Medicine & Dentistry

  • Folder 1: Curriculum vitae & biographical data
  • Folder 2: Correspondence re: recruitment of M.A.L (1978-86)          
  • Folder 3: Correspondence re: recruitment of M.A.L (1987-95)          
  • Folder 4: Regulations of the faculty (1980-83)
  • Folder 5: Regulations of the faculty (1980-83)
  • Folder 6: Regulations of the faculty (1980-83)
  • Folder 7: Regulations of the faculty. Department guidelines
  • Folder 8: Regulations of the faculty. Correspondence (1980)
  • Folder 9: Regulations of the faculty. Correspondence (1981)
  • Folder 10: Regulations of the faculty. Correspondence (1982-83)
  • Folder 11: China visit (1983)
  • Folder 12: Bone marrow transplant program (1980-84)

Box 2: School of Medicine & Dentistry

  • Folder 1: Bone marrow transplant program (Jan-Jun 1985)
  • Folder 2: Bone marrow transplant program (Jul-Dec 1985)
  • Folder 3: Bone marrow transplant program (May-Jul 1986)
  • Folder 4: Bone marrow transplant program (Aug-Nov 1986)
  • Folder 5: Bone marrow transplant program (Jan-Jul 1987)
  • Folder 6: Bone marrow transplant program (Aug 1987)
  • Folder 7: Bone marrow transplant program (Sep-Dec 1987)
  • Folder 8: Bone marrow transplant program (Jan-Mar 1988)
  • Folder 9: Bone marrow transplant program (Apr-Dec 1988)
  • Folder 10: Bone marrow transplant program (1989)

Box 3: School of Medicine & Dentistry

  • Folder 1: Dean’s inaugural address (6 Apr 1990)
  • Folder 2: Inauguration correspondence (1990)
  • Folder 3: Inauguration guest book (Apr 1990)
  • Folder 4: Convocation (1990)
  • Folder 5: Convocation (1991)
  • Folder 6: Convocation (1992)
  • Folder 7: Convocation (1993)
  • Folder 8: Convocation (1994)
  • Folder 9: Convocation (1995)
  • Folder 10: Commencement (1990)
  • Folder 11: Commencement (1991)
  • Folder 12: Commencement (1992)
  • Folder 13: Commencement (1993)
  • Folder 14: Commencement (1994)
  • Folder 15: Commencement (1995)
  • Folder 16: Long-range plan (Jun 1993)
  • Folder 17: Taiwan National University. Exchange program
  • Folder 18: Dean’s standing meetings, committees, etc.
  • Folder 19: URMC 75th anniversary

Box 4: General Correspondence

  • Folder 1: Correspondents A-BE
  • Folder 2: Correspondents BI-BU
  • Folder 3: Correspondents C-D
  • Folder 4: Correspondents E-G
  • Folder 5: Correspondents H-I
  • Folder 6: Correspondents J-L
  • Folder 7: Correspondents M-O
  • Folder 8: Correspondents P-R
  • Folder 9: Correspondents S-U
  • Folder 10: Correspondents W-Z

Box 5: Organizations

  • Folder 1: American Red Cross. Correspondence.
  • Folder 2: American Red Cross. Scientific Council (1987-89)
  • Folder 3: American Society of Hematology. Presidency (1989)
  • Folder 4: American Society of Hematology. Presidency (1989)
  • Folder 5: American Society of Hematology. Presidency (1989)
  • Folder 6: American Society of Hematology. Presidency (1989)
  • Folder 7: American Society of Hematology. General correspondence (1972-93)
  • Folder 8: American Society of Hematology. General correspondence (1996-2012)
  • Folder 9: Leukemia & Lymphoma Society / Leukemia Society of America. Correspondents A
  • Folder 10: Leukemia & Lymphoma Society / Leukemia Society of America. Correspondents BA-BEN
  • Folder 11: Leukemia & Lymphoma Society / Leukemia Society of America. Correspondents BER-BU

Box 6: Organizations

  • Folder 1: Leukemia & Lymphoma Society / Leukemia Society of America. Correspondents C
  • Folder 2: Leukemia & Lymphoma Society / Leukemia Society of America. Correspondents D
  • Folder 3: Leukemia & Lymphoma Society / Leukemia Society of America. Correspondents E-F
  • Folder 4: Leukemia & Lymphoma Society / Leukemia Society of America. Correspondents G
  • Folder 5: Leukemia & Lymphoma Society / Leukemia Society of America. Correspondents H-J
  • Folder 6: Leukemia & Lymphoma Society / Leukemia Society of America. Correspondent Howell, D.
  • Folder 7: Leukemia & Lymphoma Society / Leukemia Society of America. Correspondent Howell, D.
  • Folder 8: Leukemia & Lymphoma Society / Leukemia Society of America. Correspondent Jordan, M.
  • Folder 9: Leukemia & Lymphoma Society / Leukemia Society of America. Correspondents K
  • Folder 10: Leukemia & Lymphoma Society / Leukemia Society of America. Correspondents L

Box 7: Organizations

  • Folder 1: Leukemia & Lymphoma Society / Leukemia Society of America. Correspondents Mac-MAY
  • Folder 2: Leukemia & Lymphoma Society / Leukemia Society of America. Correspondent McCaffery
  • Folder 3: Leukemia & Lymphoma Society / Leukemia Society of America. Correspondents ME-MY
  • Folder 4: Leukemia & Lymphoma Society / Leukemia Society of America. Correspondents N-O
  • Folder 5: Leukemia & Lymphoma Society / Leukemia Society of America. Correspondents P-Q
  • Folder 6: Leukemia & Lymphoma Society / Leukemia Society of America. Correspondents R
  • Folder 7: Leukemia & Lymphoma Society / Leukemia Society of America. Correspondents S
  • Folder 8: Leukemia & Lymphoma Society / Leukemia Society of America. Correspondents T-V
  • Folder 9: Leukemia & Lymphoma Society / Leukemia Society of America. Correspondents W
  • Folder 10: Leukemia & Lymphoma Society / Leukemia Society of America. Correspondents Y-Z
  • Folder 11: Leukemia & Lymphoma Society / Leukemia Society of America. Publications
  • Folder 12: Leukemia & Lymphoma Society / Leukemia Society of America. Grant management system user guide

Box 8: Publications / Articles & Book Chapters

  • Folder 1: Studies on phenolic steroids in human subjects (1964)
  • Folder 2: The relationship of hemocrit to cardiovascular states of health in the negro and white population of Evans County, Georgia (1965)
  • Folder 3: Serum protein electrophoretic fractions among negro and white subjects in Evans County, Georgia
  • Folder 4: Catecholamine excretion in young white and negro males with normal and elevated blood pressure (1967)
  • Folder 5: The distribution of serum immunoglobulins anti-γ-G globulins (“rheumatoid factors”) and antinuclear antibodies in white and negro subjects in Evans County, Georgia (1967)
  • Folder 6: Serum gamma globulin concentration in related and non-related subjects (1967)
  • Folder 7: Erythrocyte deformation and hemolytic anemia coincident with the microvascular disease of rejecting renal homotransplants (1968)
  • Folder 8: Energy metabolism in uremic red cells (1969)
  • Folder 9: Erythrocyte adenosine triphosphate depletion during hypophosphatemia in a uremic subject (1969)
  • Folder 10: The monovalent cation content and adenosine triphosphatase activity of human normal and leukemic granulocytes and lymphocytes (1969)
  • Folder 11: “Mountain sickness” at low altitude due to hypophosphatemia (1969)
  • Folder 12: Cellular deformability during maturation of the myeloblast (1970)
  • Folder 13: Electrophoretic mobility and N-acetyl neuraminic acid content of human normal and leukemic lymphocytes and granulocytes (1970)
  • Folder 14: Erythrocyte glycolysis 2,3-diphoglycerate, and adensoine triphosphate concentration in uremic subjects (1970)
  • Folder 15: Clinical implications of altered affinity of hemoglobin for oxygen, IN: Hematology for internists (1971)
  • Folder 16: The kinetics of cell proliferation in acute leukemia, IN: Hematology for internists (1971)
  • Folder 17: A new variant of hereditary hemolytic anemia with stomatocytosis and erythrocyte cation abnormality (1971)
  • Folder 18: Recent advances in transfusion therapy, IN: Hematology for internists (1971)
  • Folder 19: Reduced red cell glycolysis, 2,3-diphosphoglycerate and adenosine triphosphate concentration, and increased hemoglobin-oxygen affinity caused by hypophosphatemia (1971)
  • Folder 20: Spherocytic hemolytic disease during magnesium deprivation in the rat (1971)
  • Folder 21: Alpha-aminoisobutyric acid transport in human leukemic lymphocytes (1972)
  • Folder 22: Alteration of the cell periphery during granulocyte maturation (1972)
  • Folder 23: Divalent cation content of normal and ATP-depleted erythrocytes and erythrocyte membranes (1972)
  • Folder 24: Lymphocyte monovalent cation metabolism (1972)
  • Folder 25: Peripheral cytoplasmic characteristics of leukocytes in monocytic leukemia (1972)
  • Folder 26: Cortisol-induced inhibition of amino acid transport in thymic lymphocytes (1973)
  • Folder 27: Cortisol induced reduction of aminoisobutryric acid transport capacity in human leukemic lymphocytes (1973)
  • Folder 28: Divalent cation content of normal and ATP-depleted erythrocytes and erythrocyte membranes, IN: Red cell shape (1973)
  • Folder 29: The effect of extracellular calcium and magnesium on the proliferation of murine lymphoblasts (1973)
  • Folder 30: Erythrocyte shape alteration “in vitro,” IN: Red cell shape (1973)
  • Folder 31: Marrow cell egress (1973)
  • Folder 32: Pseudoleukocytosis due to cryoprotein crystals (1973)
  • Folder 33: Reduced red cell 2,3-diphosphoglycerate and adenosine triphosphate, hypophosphatemia, and increased hemoglobin-oxygen affinity after cardiac surgery (1973)
  • Folder 34: Rheology of leukocytes, leukocyte suspensions, and blood in leukemia (1973)
  • Folder 35: The role of sulfhydryl groups in human neutrophil adhesion, movement and particle ingestion (1973)
  • Folder 36: Specificity and sensitivity of cortisol-induced changes in alpha aminoisobutyric acid transport in human leukemic small lymphocytes and leukemic myeloblasts (1973)
  • Folder 37: Therapeutic manipulaton of hemoglobin function (1973)
  • Folder 38: Accelerated active transport of alpha aminoisobutyric acid by human leukemic leukocytes in an amino acid deficient environment (1974)
  • Folder 39: The effect of incubated plasma and lysolecithin on the shape and membrane lipid composition of red cells studied “in vitro” (1974)
  • Folder 40: Effect of propranolol on oxygen binding to hemoglobin in vitro and in vivo (1974)
  • Folder 41: Hemoglobin affinity for oxygen in chronic renal disease (1974)
  • Folder 42: Hypoalimentation during hyperalimentation (1974)
  • Folder 43: The leukemias, IN: Clinical oncology for students and physicians (1974?)
  • Folder 44: Oxygen binding to haemoglobin in subjects with hyperproliferative anaemia, with and without chronic renal disease: role of pH (1974)
  • Folder 45: Reduced arterial oxygen flow and respiratory alkalosis following myocardial infarction (1974)
  • Folder 46: The relationships between aterial oxygen flow rate, oxygen binding by hemoglobin, and oxygen utilization after myocardial infarction (1974)
  • Folder 47: Uptake of 3-0methyl-14C-D-glucose by rat thymic lymphocytes (1974)
  • Folder 48: Acidification of plasma by the red cell due to radiographic control materials (1975)
  • Folder 49: Adaption of potassium metabolism and restoration of mitosis during prologned treatment of mouse lymphoblasts with ouabain (1975)
  • Folder 50: Adaptive enhancement of amino acid transport in human leukemic lymphocytes (1975)
  • Folder 51: Does ATP decrease exponentially during red cell aging? (1975)
  • Folder 52: The early effects of ouabain on potassium metabolism and rate of proliferation of mouse lymphoblasts (1975)
  • Folder 53: The effect of hemodialysis on intraerythrocytic phosphate compounds and oxygen binding to hemoglobin (1975)
  • Folder 54: The effects of ouabain on the cell mitotic cycle of mouse lymphoblasts (1975)
  • Folder 55: Factitious changes in binding of oxygen to hemoglobin when based on extracellular pH in the presence of certain blood additives like radiographic contrast media (1975)
  • Folder 56: Improved methods for reducing calcium and magnesium concentrations in tissue culture medium (1975)
  • Folder 57: Inhibition of time-dependent enhancement of amino acid transport by leukemic leukocytes (1975)
  • Folder 58: A rapid phytohemagglutinin alteration in lymphocyte potassium permeability (1975)
  • Folder 59: Red cell adenosine triphosphate in hypoproliferative anemia with and withiut chronic renal disease (1975)
  • Folder 60: Adaptive enhancement of amino acid uptake and exodus by thymic lymphocytes: influence of pH (1976)
  • Folder 61: Cellular deformability of normal and leukemic hematopoietic cells, IN: Fundamental aspects of metastasis (1976)
  • Folder 62: Detection of mutant hemoglobins with altered affinity for oxygen (1976)
  • Folder 63: Exodus of 42K+ and 86Rb+ from rat thymic and human blood lymphocytes exposed to phytohemagglutinin (1976)
  • Folder 64: The filterability of normal and leukemic human leukocytes (1976)
  • Folder 65: Human lymphocyte potassium content during the initiation of phytohemagglutinin-induced mitogenesis (1976)
  • Folder 66: Inhibitory activity in human marow plasma directed against mouse marrow cell proliferation (1976)
  • Folder 67: Isolation of variant lymphoma cells with reduced growth requirements for extracellular calcium and magnesium and enhanced oncogenicity (1976)
  • Folder 68: Plateletpheresis residues: a source of large quantities of human blood lymphocytes (1976)
  • Folder 69: Potassium transport in human blood lymphocytes treated with phytohemagglutinin (1976)
  • Marshall A. Lichtman, M.D.
  • Lichtman in the laboratory, 1970s

Box 9: Publications / Articles & Book Chapters

Folder 1: Reduced red cell membrane potential and acidification of the plasma in response to contrast materials (1976)

Folder 2: The shape and surface morphology of human leukocytes in vitro (1976)

Folder 3: The use of a single venous blood sample to assess oxygen binding to haemoglobin (1976)

Folder 4: Decreased membrane potassium permeability and transport in human chronic leukemic and tonsillar lymphocytes (1977)

Folder 5: The parasinusoidal location of megakaryocytes in marrow (1977)

Folder 6: The regulation of the release of granulocytes from normal marrow (1977)

Folder 7: Transmembrane K+ turnover by phytohemagglutinin (PHA)-stimulated human lymphocytes (1977)

Folder 8: Anemia with reticulocytosis: hemolytic disorders, IN: Hematology for practitioners (1978)

Folder 9: An approach to the diagnosis of blood cell counts, IN: Hematology for practitioners (1978)

Folder 10: The effect of method on the measurement of K+ concentration in PHA-treated human blood lymphocytes (1978)

Folder 11: Effect of molecular modification on the inhibition of lymphocyte blastogenesis by cardiac glycosides (1978)

Folder 12: Factors thought to contribute to the regulation of egress of cells from marrow (1978)

Folder 13: Granulocyte growth modulators elaborated by human cell lines (1978)

Folder 14: Human cell lines that elaborate colony-stimulating activity for the marrow cells of man and other species (1978)

Folder 15: Immature granulocytes or nucleated red cells in the blood, IN: Hematology for practitioners (1978)

Folder 16: Increased ouabain-sensitive glycolysis of lymphocytes treated with phytohemagglutinin (1978)

Folder 17: Lymphadenopathy without lymphocytosis, IN: hematology for practitioners (1978)

Folder 18: Lymphocytosis, IN: hematology for practitioners (1978)

Folder 19: Marrow cell engress: specificity of the site of penetration into the sinus (1978)

Folder 20: Neutropenia, IN: hematology for practitioners (1978)

Folder 21: Pancytopenia, IN: hematology for practitioners (1978)

Folder 22: Parasinusoidal location of megakaryocytes in marrow (1978)

Folder 23: Polycythemia, IN: hematology for practitioners (1978)

Folder 24: Purpura, thrombocytopenia, and thrombocythemia, IN: hematology for practitioners (1978)

Folder 25: The relationships among arterial oxygen flow rate, oxygen binding by hemoglobin, and oxygen utilization in chronic cardiac decompensation (1978)

Folder 26: Splenomegaly, IN: hematology for practitioners (1978)

Folder 27: Surgical considerations in hematologic patients, IN: hematology for practitioners (1978)

Folder 28: Enzyme release and morphological changes in leukocytes induced by mechanical trauma (1979)

Folder 29: The exceptional responsiveness of certain human myeloid leukemia cells to colony-stimulating activity (1979)

Folder 30: A model for the control of potassium transport in PHA-stimulated human blood lymphocytes (1979)

Folder 31: Regulation of sodium and potassium transport in phytohemagglutinin-stimulated human blood lymphocytes (1979)

Folder 32: Sodium-potassium adenosine triphosphatase activity of human lymphocyte membrane vesicles (1979)

Folder 33: Total and exchangeable calcium in mitogen-treated lymphocytes (1979)

Folder 34: An ultrasensitive method for the measurement of human leukocyte calcium: lymphocytes (1979)

Folder 35: Lymphocytic malignances, IN: Hematology and oncology (1980)

Folder 36: Acute myelogenous leukemia, IN: Hematology and oncology (1980)

Folder 37: The apparent discrepancy of ouabain inhibition of cation transport and of lymphocyte proliferation is explained by time-dependency of ouabain binding (1980)

Folder 38: Chronic lymphocytic leukemia, IN: Hematology and oncology (1980)

Folder 39: Chronic myelogenous leukemia, IN: Hematology and oncology (1980)

Folder 40: Detection of hemolysis, IN: Hematology and oncology (1980)

Folder 41: Erythropoietic enhancing activity (EEA) secreted by the human cell line, GCT (1980)

Folder 42: Chemical mediators of granulopoiesis: a review (1980)

Folder 43: The fractionation, characterization, and subcellular localization of colony-stimulating activities released by the human monocyte-like cell line, GCT (1980)

Folder 44: Glucocorticoid suppression of human lymphocyte DNA synthesis (1980)

Folder 45: Hematopoiesis, IN: Hematology and oncology (1980)

Folder 46: Hematopoietic precursor cell (myeloproliferative) disorders, IN: Hematology and oncology (1980)

Folder 47: Idiopathic myelofibrosis, IN: Hematology and oncology (1980)

Folder 48: Mechanisms of hemolytic anemia, IN: Hematology and oncology (1980)

Folder 49: The myelogenous leukemias, IN: Hematology and oncology (1980)

Folder 50: Myeloma, IN: Hematology and oncology (1980)

Folder 51: Quantification of erythroid and granulocytic precursor cells in plateletpheresis residues (1980)

Folder 52: Red cell glucose metabolism, IN: Hematology and oncology (1980)

Folder 53: The role of magnesium in neutrophil production and function (1980)

Folder 54: Splenectomy, IN: Hematology and oncology (1980)

Folder 55: Thrombocythemia, IN: Hematology and oncology (1980)

Folder 56: Total and exchangeable calcium in lymphocytes: effects of PHA and A23187 (1980)

Folder 57: The use of the blood smear in the diagnosis of anemia, IN: Hematology and oncology (1980)

 

Box 10: Publications / Articles & Book Chapters

  • Folder 1: The use of the marrow examination in the diagnosis of anemia, IN: Hematology and oncology (1980)
  • Folder 2: Variants of acute myelogenous leukemia, IN: Hematology and oncology (1980)
  • Folder 3: The activation of lymphocyte plasma membrane (Na,K)-ATPase by EGTA is explained better by zinc than calcium chelaton (1981)
  • Folder 4: Amino acid transport in human lymphocytes (1981)
  • Folder 5: Attachment of particle-bound IgG and complement of human neutrophils (1981)
  • Folder 6: Autostimulation of growth by human myelogenous leukemia cells (HL-60) (1981)
  • Folder 7: Calcium transport and calcium-ATPase activity in human lymphocyte plasma membrane vesciles (1981)
  • Folder 8: The effect of calcium chelation on lymphocyte monovalent cation permeability, transport and concentration (1981)
  • Folder 9: Hydrophobic adsorption chromatography of colony-stimulating activities and erythroid-enhancing activity from the human monocyte-like cell line, GCT (1981)
  • Folder 10: Hyperleukocytic leukaemias and blood viscosity (1981)
  • Folder 11: The measurement of lymphocyte volume (1981)
  • Folder 12: Plastic-embedded human marrow biopsy specimens (1981)
  • Folder 13: The ultrastructure of hemopoietic environment of the marrow (1981)
  • Folder 14: The anatomic features of leukocyte egree into the marrow sinus, IN: White blood cells (1982)
  • Folder 15: Decreased L-system for amino acid transport in chronic lymphocytic leukemic lymphocytes (1982)
  • Folder 16: Effects of trifluoperazine and mitogenic lectins on calcium ATPase activity and calcium transport by human lymphocyte plasma membrane vesicles (1982)
  • Folder 17: Hyperleucytic leukemias (1982)
  • Folder 18: Plasma membrane vesicles prepared from unadhered monocytes (1982)
  • Folder 19: Secretion of plasminogen activator by the human macrophage-like cell line, GCT (1982)
  • Folder 20: Rheology of leukocyte suspensions, IN: White blood cells (1982)
  • Folder 21: Amino-sugars enhance recognition and phagocytosis of particles by human neutrophils (1983)
  • Folder 22: Hemopoietic stem cell disorders (1983)
  • Folder 23: Hierarchu of granulocytic progenitor cells in human long-term marrow cultures (1983)
  • Folder 24: Holey red cells (1983)
  • Folder 25: The leukemias, IN: Clinical oncology. 6th ed. (1983)
  • Folder 26: A multicomponent analysis of amino acid transport systems in human lymphocytes: 1. Kinetic parameters of the A and L systems and pathways of uptake of naturally occurring amino acids in blood lymphocytes (1983)
  • Folder 27: The role of calcium in lymphocyte proliferation (1983)
  • Folder 28: Chemotactic peptide-induced changes in neutrophil actin conformation (1984)
  • Folder 29: Hyperleukocytosis and leukostasis: common features of childhood chrinic myelogenous leukemia (1984)
  • Folder 30: Multicomponent analysis of amino acid transport in human lymphocytes (1984)
  • Folder 31: The relationship of excessive white cell accumulation to vascular insufficiency in patients with leukemia (1984)
  • Folder 32: The relationship of stromal cells to hemopoietic cells in marrow (1984)
  • Folder 33: Survival of granulocytic progenitors in the nonadherent and adherent compartments of human long-term marrow cultures (1984)
  • Folder 34: Current content citation classic (1985)
  • Folder 35: Concanvalin A and phorbol ester cause opposite subcellular redistribution of protein kinase C (1985)
  • Folder 36: Ecto-nucleotide triphosphatase activity of human lymphocytes (1985)
  • Folder 37: Modulation of in vitro eosinophil progenitors by hydrocortisone (1985)
  • Folder 38: Y+- and L-system amino acid transport in normal and chronic lymphocytic leukemia lymphocytes (1985)
  • Folder 39: The cytoskeleton as a target for toxic agents, IN: The cytoskeleton (1986)
  • Folder 40: Relationship of superoxide production to cytoplasmic free calcium in human monocytes (1986)
  • Folder 41: Signal transduction in human monocytes (1986)
  • Folder 42: Structure and function of the cytoskeleton, IN: The cytoskeleton (1986)
  • Folder 43: Variables influencing the timing of marrow transplantation in patients with chronic myelogienous leukemia (1986)
  • Folder 44: Characterization of the Na+/H+ exchanger during the maturation of HL-60 cells induced by dimethyl sulfoxide (1987)
  • Folder 45: The effects of sulfhydryl inhibitors and cytochalasin on the cytoplasmic and cytoskeletal actin of human neutrophils (1987)
  • Folder 46: Hyperleukocytic leukaemia, IN: Baillière’s clinical haematology (1987)
  • Folder 47: Maturation-associated changes in the peripheral cytoplasm of human nutrophils (1987)
  • Folder 48: Megakaryocyte structure, maturation and ecology, IN: Hemostasis and thrombosis (1987)
  • Folder 49: Phorbol ester induction of plasmacytoid and hairy cell leukemia features in B-type lymphocytic leukemias (1987)
  • Folder 50: Red cell egress from the marrow (1986)
  • Folder 51: Variability of the erythropoietic response in autoimmune hemolytic anemia (1987)
  • Folder 52: Acute leukemia in adults, IN: Conn’s current therapy (1988)
  • Folder 53: The NA+/H+ exchanger in immature and mature granulocytic HL-60 cells (1988)
  • Folder 54: Phorbol ester restores L-system amino acid transport of B lymphocytes in chronic lymphocytic leukemia (1988)
  • Folder 55: Protase kinase C modulates actin conformation in human T lymphocytes (1988)
  • Folder 56: Red cell egress from the marrow, IN: Regulation of erythropoiesis (1988)
  • Folder 57: Transstimulation of L-system amino acid transport in normal and chronic leukemic human lymphocytes (1988)
  • Folder 58: Upper and lower time limits in the decision to recommend marrow transplantation for patients with chronic myelogenous leukaemia (1988)
  • Folder 59: Activiation of the NA+/H+ exchanger by phorbol ester and osmotic shock is dependent on the degree of neutrophilic maturation (1989)
  • Folder 60: Characterization of human marrow stromal cells (1989)
  • Folder 61: Diacylglycerol and calcium induce rapid enhancement of A-system amino acid transport by independent mechanisms in human T-lymphocytes (1989)
  • Folder 62: Molecular and cellular traffic across the marrow sinuses, IN: handbook of hemopoietic environment (1989)
  • Folder 63: Photoinhibition of 2-amino-2-carboxybicyclo[2,2,1]heptane transport by 0-diazoacetyl-L-serine (1989)
  • Folder 64: Activiation of neutrophils: measurement of actin conformational changes by flow cytometry (1990)
  • Folder 65: Control of actin conformation in AML myeloblasts (1990)
  • Folder 66: Classification and clinical manifestation of lymphocyte and plasma cell disorders, IN: Hematology. 4th ed. (1990)
  • Folder 67: Signal transduction in N-formyl-methionyl-leucyl-phenylalanine and concanavalin A stimulated human neutrophils (1990)
  • Folder 68: Signal transduction and the regulation of actin conformation during myeloid maturation (1991)
  • Folder 69: Isolation of a gene encoding a chaperonin-like protein by complementation of yeast amino acid transport mutants with human cDNA (1992)
  • Folder 70: The architecture of marrow and its role in hematopoietic cell lodgment (1993)
  • Folder 71: Phorbol ester-induced membrane proteins in chronic leukemic B-lymphocytes (1993)
  • Folder 72: Tcp20, a subunit of the eukaryotic TriC chaperonin from humans and yeast (1994)

Box 11: Publications / Articles & Book Chapters

  • Folder 1: Basophilopenia, basophilia, and mastocytosis, IN: Williams hematology. 5th ed. (1995)
  • Folder 2: Lipids, atherosclerosis and vascular disease: a glossary for patients and their families (1996)
  • Folder 3: Association of HSP60-like proteins with the L-system amino acid transporter (1997)
  • Folder 4: Evaluation of granulocytes and mononuclear pahocytes, IN: Comprehensive toxicology (1997)
  • Folder 5: Interrupting the inhibition of normal hematopoiesis in myelogenous leukemia (2000)
  • Folder 6: Myelodisplasia or myeloneoplasia: thoughts on the nosology of clonal myeloid diseases (2000)
  • Folder 7: The biomedical research bottleneck [editorial] (2001)
  • Folder 8: Differentiation versus maturation of neoplastic hematopoietic cells (2001)
  • Folder 9: Introduction of Ernst Beutler, M.D. (2001)
  • Folder 10: The productivity and impact of the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society Scholar Program (2001)
  • Folder 11: The stem cell in the pathogenesis and treatment of myelogenous leukemia (2001)
  • Folder 12: Language and the clonal myeloid disease [letter to the editor] (2002)
  • Folder 13: Early gene activation in chronic leukemic B lymphocytes induced toward a plasma cell phenotype (2003)
  • Folder 14: Familial (inherited) leukemia, lymphoma, and myeloma (2003)
  • Folder 15: The myelogenous leukemias, IN: Atlas of blood cells. 3rd ed. (2003)
  • Folder 16: Hematopoiesis: a primer [poem] (2004)
  • Folder 17: Intellectual property – the dispute between research institutions and voluntary health agencies (2004)
  • Folder 18: Obesity and the risk of chronic myelogenous leukemia (2004)
  • Folder 19: The plummeting hematocrit [poem] (2004)
  • Folder 20: The relationship of patient age to the pathobiology of the clonal myeloid diseases (2004)
  • Folder 21: Senior physiologists’ news [published in The Physiologist] (2004)
  • Folder 22: Is it chronic idiopathic myelofibrosis, myelofibrosis with myeloid metaplasia, chronic megakaryocytic-granulocytic myelosis, or chronic megakaryocytic leukemia? (2005)
  • Folder 23: Uncommon phenotypes of acute myelogenous leukemia: basophilic, mast cell, eosinophilic, and myeloid dendritic cell subtypes (2005)
  • Folder 24: Early allogeneic stem cell transplantation for chronic myelogenous leukemia in the imatinib era (2006)
  • Folder 25: Leukemia, IN: Microsoft encarta encyclopedia (2006)
  • Folder 26: Peter T. Rowley, M.D., 1929-2006 [obituary] (2006)
  • Folder 27: Battling the blood cancers: the 200 years war: final report to the President and Board of Directors, the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (2007)
  • Folder 28: Chronic megakaryocytic leukemia, misnamed chronic idiopathic myelofibrosis, has neoplastic not hyperplastic megakaryocytopoiesis [editorial] (2007)
  • Folder 29: Cigarette smoking, cytogenetic abnormalities, and acute myelogenous leukemia [editorial] (2007)
  • Folder 30: Battling the hematological malignancies: the 200 years’ war (2008)
  • Folder 31: Is there an entity of chemically induced BCR-ABL-positive chronic myelogenous leukemia? (2008)
  • Folder 32: Establishment of the Ernest beutler Memorial Lecture (2009)
  • Folder 33: Wallace H. Coulter Award for lifetime achievement in hematology (2009?)
  • Folder 34: Acute myelogenous leukemia, IN: Williams hematology. 8th ed. (2010)
  • Folder 35: Acute myelogenous leukaemia, IN: Encyclopedia of life sciences (2010)
  • Folder 36: Aplastic anemia: acquired and inherited, IN: Williams hematology. 8th ed. (2010)
  • Folder 37: Chronic myelogenous leukemia and related disorders, IN: Williams hematology. 8th ed. (2010)
  • Folder 38: Classification and clinical manifestations of disorders of monocytes and macrophages, IN: Williams hematology. 8th ed. (2010)
  • Folder 39: Classification and clinical manifestations of neutrophil disorders, IN: Williams hematology. 8th ed. (2010)
  • Folder 40: Classification and clinical manifestations of the clonal myeloid disorders, IN: Williams hematology. 8th ed. (2010)
  • Folder 41: Essential monoclonal gammopathy, IN: Williams hematology. 8th ed. (2010)
  • Folder 42: General considerations of lymphoma, IN: Williams hematology. 8th ed. (2010)
  • Folder 43: Hemolytic anemia resulting from infections with micoorganisms, IN: Williams hematology. 8th ed. (2010)
  • Folder 44: Initial approach to the patient: history and physical examination, IN: Williams hematology. 8th ed. (2010)
  • Folder 45: Monoclonal gammopathyL do we know its significance? [editorial] (2010)
  • Folder 46: Monocytosis and monocytopenia, IN: Williams hematology. 8th ed. (2010)
  • Folder 47: Myelodysplastic syndromes (clonal cytopenias and oligoblastic myelogenous leukemia, IN: Williams hematology. 8th ed. (2010)
  • Folder 48: Obesity and the risk for a hematological malignancy: leukemia, lymphoma, or myeloma (2010)
  • Folder 49: Primary myelofibrosis, IN: Williams hematology. 8th ed. (2010)
  • Folder 50: Structure of the marrow and the hematopoietic microenvironment, IN: Williams hematology. 8th ed. (2010)

Box 12: Publications / Articles & Book Chapters

  • Folder 1: A history of the discovery of random X chromosome inactivation in the human female and its significance (2011)
  • Folder 2: The paradox of the neutrophil’s role in tissue injury (2011)
  • Folder 3: Should we still be focused on red cell hemoglobin F as the principal explanation for the salutary effect of hydroxyurea in sickle cell disease? [editorial] (2011)
  • Folder 4: Call it cancer: letting the histopathology determine the diagnosis [editorial] (2012)
  • Folder 5: Ernest Beutler, 1928-1008 [Nat. Acad. Sci. memoir] (2012)
  • Folder 6: The impact of imatinib mesylate on survival of patients with chronic myelogenous leukemia (2012)
  • Folder 7: Does a diagnosis of myelogenous leukemia require 20% marrow myeloblasts, and does ≤5% marrow myeloblasts represent a remission? (2013)
  • Folder 8: Historical landmarks in the understanding of the lymphomas (2013)
  • Folder 9: A historical perspective on the development of the cytarabine (7 days) and daunorubicin (3 days) treatment regimen for acute myelogenous leukemia: 2013 the 40th anniversary of 7 + 3 (2013)
  • Folder 10: William Masters, Petter Lindstrom, and decanal adventures (2013)
  • Folder 11: In memoriam: Robert Inslee Weed, 1928-1976 (2013)

Box 13: Publications / Books

  • William J. Williams, Ernest Beutler, Allan J. Erslev, Marshall A. Lichtman.  Hematology. 3rd edition.  New York: Mc-Graw-Hill Book Company, [c1983].
  • William J. Williams, Ernest Beutler, Allan J. Erslev, Marshall A. Lichtman.  Hematology. Fourth edition.  New York: Mc-Graw-Hill Publishing Company, [c1990].
  • William J. Williams, Ernest Beutler, Allan J. Erslev, Marshall A. Lichtman.  Hematology. Fourth edition … International edition.  New York: Mc-Graw-Hill Publishing Company, [c1991].
  • William J. Williams. Williams Hematology. Fifth edition. Editors: Ernest Beutler, Marshall A. Lichtman, Barry S. Coller, Thomas J. Kipps.  New York: McGraw-Hill, Inc., [c1995].
  • William J. Williams. Williams Hematology. Sixth edition. Editors: Ernest Beutler, Marshall A. Lichtman, Barry S. Coller, Thomas J. Kipps, Uri Seligsohn.  New York: McGraw-Hill Medical Publishing Division, [c2001].

Box 14: Publications / Books

  • William J. Williams.  Ematologia. Quarta edizione. Allan J. Erslev, Marshall A. Lichtman, William J. Williams, Ernest Beutler. Edizione italiana a cura di Umberto Torelli … [et al.].  Milano: McGraw-Hill Libri Italia, [c1990].
  • William J. Williams.  Williams Hematología. Ernest Beutler, Barry S. Coller, Thomas J. Kipps, Uri Seligsohn, Marshall A. Lichtman.  [Madrid]: Marbán, [c2005]. (Based on the 6th New York edition.)
  • William J. Williams. Williams Hematology. Seventh edition. Editors: Marshall A. Lichtman, Thomas J. Kipps, Kenneth Kaushansky, Ernest Beutler, Uri Seligsohn, Josef T. Prchal.  New York: McGraw-Hill Medical Publishing Division, [c2006].
  • William J. Williams. Williams Hematology. Eighth edition. Editors: Kenneth Kaushansky, Ernest Beutler, Uri Seligsohn, Marshall A. Lichtman, Thomas J. Kipps, Josef T. Prchal.  New York: McGraw-Hill Medical, [c2011].
  • William J. Williams. Williams hematology [Chinese translation]. [Singapore?]: McGraw-Hill, [c2010]. (Based on the 8th New York edition.)

Box 15: Publications / Books

  • Hematologia clinica. Compilado por el doctor: marshall A. Lichtman.  México, D.F.: Interamericana, 1983. (Translation of: Hematology for practitioners.)
  • Hematology and oncology. Edited by Marshall A. Lichtman …  New York: grune & Stratton, [c1980]. (Series: Science and practice of clinical medicine; v. 6.)
  • Hematology for practitioners. Edited by Marshall A. Lichtman.  Boston: Little, Brown & Co., [c1978].
  • Hematology: landmark papers of the twentieth century. Editor, Marshall A. Lichtman.  [San Diego]: Academic Press, [c2000].
  • Malattie del sangue. A cura di Marshall A. Lichtman …  [Roma]: Il Pensiero scientifico editore, [1983]. (Italian translation of: Hematology and oncology)
  • William J. Williams. Williams hematology [Chinese translation]. [Singapore?]: McGraw-Hill, [c2001]. (Based on the 8th New York edition).

Box 16: Publications / Books

  • Clinics in hematology. Volume 4/Number 3 … Granulocyte and monocyte abnormalities. Marshal A. Lichtman, guest editor.  London: W.B. Saunders Company Ltd, [1975].
  • Diagnosi e terapia dei tumori. A cura di Marshall A. Lichtman …  [Roma]: Il Pensiero scientifico editore, [1983]. (Translation of the 2nd part of: Hematology and oncology. Series: Prismi.)
  • Lichtman, Marshall A., et alManual de hematologia.  [Madrid]: Marbán, [c2005]. (Based on the 6th New York edition.)
  • Lichtman, Marshall A., et alManual de hematologia. 6a ediçao.  [Porto Alegre, Brazil: Artmed, [c2005].
  • Lichtman, Marshall A., et alWilliams manual of hematology. 6th edition. New York: McGraw Hill Medical Publishing Division, [c2003].
  • Lichtman, Marshall A., et alWilliams manual of hematology. 6th edition [Japanese translation].  [Tokyo: Medical Sciences International, c2003].
  • Lichtman, Marshall A., et alWilliams manual of hematology. 6th edition [Chinese translation].  [Singapore?]: McGraw Hill Education (Asia), [c2003].
  • Lichtman, Marshall A., et alWilliams manual of hematology. Eighth edition.  New York: McGraw Hill Medical, [c2011].
  • White cell mechanics: basic science and clinical aspects … Editors, Herbert Meiselman, Marshall A. Lichtman, Paul L. LaCelle.  New York: Alan R. Liss, Inc., [c1984]. (Series: Korc Foundation series; v. 16.)

Box 17: Memorabilia

  • Cornell University. 87th commencement (13 June 1955)
  • University of Buffalo. School of Medicine. Medentian 1960 [yearbook]
  • University of Buffalo. School of Medicine. 114th annual commencement (12 June 1960)
  • University of Buffalo. School of Medicine. Class of 1960 reunion nametag (2010)

Box 18: Memorabilia / Realia

Box 19: Diplomas, Certificates, Awards

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