Leonard Lee Bailey was an American surgeon who garnered international media attention in 1984 for transplanting a baboon’s heart into a human infant. Bailey was born on August 28, 1942, in Takoma Park, Maryland. In 1964, he graduated from Columbia Union College and he earned a Medical PhD from Loma Linda University, School of Medicine in 1969. During the 1970s, during his residency at Torontos Hospital for Sick Children, Bailey observed that many kids died from congenital heart diseases. This led him to return to Loma Linda University in 1976 as assistant professor at the School of Medicin ...
Mary Ellen Britton was an African-American physician, educator, suffragist, journalist and civil rights activist from Lexington, Kentucky. Britton was an original member of the Kentucky Negro Education Association, which formed in 1877. She was president of the Lexington Womans Improvement Club, and later served as a charter member of the Ladies Orphan Society which founded the Colored Orphan Industrial Home in Lexington, in 1892. During her lifetime she accomplished many things through the obstacles she faced. After teaching black children in Lexington public schools, she worked as a doct ...
John Allen Burden was a Seventh-day Adventist minister, administrator, and medical missionary instrumental in founding sanitariums, restaurants, and health food factories. At the age of 9, John attended Adventist meetings for the first time and was introduced to the writings of Ellen G. White, which left a lifelong impression upon him. Five years later he was baptized, and at the age of 18 moved with his family to Oregon. John met Eleanor A. Baxter as a student at Healdsburg College. They were married in 1888 while working for the Rural Health Retreat, of which John became manager in 1891. ...
Benjamin Solomon Carson Sr. is an American politician, public servant, author and former neurosurgeon serving as the 17th United States Secretary of Housing and Urban Development since 2017. Prior to his cabinet position under the Trump Administration, Carson was a candidate for President of the United States in the Republican primaries in 2016, at times leading nationwide polls of Republicans. Born in Detroit, Michigan, and a graduate of Yale University and the University of Michigan Medical School, Carson has authored numerous books on his medical career and political stances. He was por ...
Alexander Adu Clerk, is a Ghanaian American academic, psychiatrist and sleep medicine specialist who was the Director of the worlds first sleep medical clinic, the Stanford Center for Sleep Sciences and Medicine from 1990 to 1998. Clerk is also a Fellow of the American Academy of Sleep Medicine.
Lorraine Jeanette Day is a US author, former orthopedic trauma surgeon and Chief of Orthopedic Surgery at San Francisco General Hospital and promoter of alternative cancer treatments. She first became controversial when she began advocating that patients be tested for AIDS prior to surgery. In the 2000s she started to promote an alternative cancer treatment program, which has attracted criticism as being misleading and dangerous.
ⓘ Seventh-day Adventists in health science
- Seventh - day Adventist educational system, part of the Seventh - day Adventist Church, is overseen by the General Conference of Seventh - day Adventists located
- Beach, Bert June 1985 Seventh - day Adventists and the Ecumenical Movement General Conference of Seventh - day Adventists Archived from the original
- The Adventist Church has formed the trust Council of Seventh - day Adventist Hospitals COSDAH and later Medical Trust of Seventh - day Adventists which
- are members of the Seventh - day Adventist Church. This list also includes Millerites, former Seventh - day Adventists and people raised in the church. Niels - Erik
- but closely aligned with the Seventh - day Adventist Church: University of Lay Adventists of Kigali, Kigali, Rwanda Adventists Medical School, Kigali, Rwanda
- believers in heaven. For differing theological perspectives, see the articles on Progressive Adventists and Historic Adventists The Seventh - day Adventist denomination
- Seventh - day Adventist Church in popular culture refers to the coverage of Adventists and Adventism in film, television, literature, postage stamps and
- cooking, health nature, music, etc. to share with other Seventh - day Adventists worldwide that honors and glorifies God. Seventh - day Adventists using their
- to. In 1876, James White discussed the differences between Seventh Day Baptists and Seventh - day Adventists he observed, The S. D. Adventists hold the
- Pacific Division of Seventh - day Adventists It operates several schools in Tonga, and provides opportunities for further studies at Adventist institutions abroad