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Victor Clarence Vaughan (October 27, 1851 – November 21, 1929) was an American physician, medical researcher, educator, and academic administrator. From 1891 to 1921 he was the dean of the University of Michigan Medical School, which rose to national prominence under his leadership. His views on eugenics and forced sterilization of criminals and the mentally disabled, while not unusual among medical professionals and academics of his time, have received criticism as misguided.

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  • فيكتور س. هيو (بالإنجليزية: Victor Clarence Vaughan)‏ هو جراح أمريكي، ولد في 1851، وتوفي في 1929. (ar)
  • Victor Clarence Vaughan (October 27, 1851 – November 21, 1929) was an American physician, medical researcher, educator, and academic administrator. From 1891 to 1921 he was the dean of the University of Michigan Medical School, which rose to national prominence under his leadership. He also served as president of both the American Medical Association and the Association of American Physicians, founded multiple medical journals, and was a leader in standardizing state medical licensing exams throughout the country. Serving with the U.S. Army during the Spanish–American War and World War I, he was instrumental in helping the military cope with the threats of typhoid fever and influenza. His views on eugenics and forced sterilization of criminals and the mentally disabled, while not unusual among medical professionals and academics of his time, have received criticism as misguided. (en)
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  • A portrait of Dr. Victor C. Vaughan (en)
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  • Dora Catherine Taylor (en)
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  • فيكتور س. هيو (بالإنجليزية: Victor Clarence Vaughan)‏ هو جراح أمريكي، ولد في 1851، وتوفي في 1929. (ar)
  • Victor Clarence Vaughan (October 27, 1851 – November 21, 1929) was an American physician, medical researcher, educator, and academic administrator. From 1891 to 1921 he was the dean of the University of Michigan Medical School, which rose to national prominence under his leadership. His views on eugenics and forced sterilization of criminals and the mentally disabled, while not unusual among medical professionals and academics of his time, have received criticism as misguided. (en)
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  • فيكتور س. هيو (ar)
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