The Science of Sex

January 10, 1997

Who is perhaps the most famous graduate of the School of Medicine and Dentistry? William Masters, a 1943 medical school graduate who went on to distinction as part of the duo of Masters and Johnson, the nation's preeminent sex researchers and therapists.

Just how does a newly graduated physician in the 1940s make a name for himself in the science of sex? Find out on Thursday, January 16, at 8:00 p.m. when the Arts & Entertainment Network's Biography will feature a new program -- Masters and Johnson: The Science of Sex.

Biography producers contacted the medical school for historic photographs and plan to include some sequences about Dr. Masters' early influences, among them the medical school's founding chair of the Department of Anatomy: Dr. George Washington Corner.

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