By Andrew Simpson ~ In a 1994 article titled “It’s a Business. No, It’s a Religion,” The New York Times profiled two of Houston’s most
By Kurt A. Dasse ~ Dr. Michael E. DeBakey had a long and distinguished career exemplified by his surgical and technological innovations, institution-building, and medical
By Craig Miller ~ Michael E DeBakey’s life and career are primarily associated in medical history and the public consciousness with his many years at
By Justin Barr ~ Michael DeBakey came to Houston in 1948 as the new chairman of the Department of Surgery at Baylor College of Medicine.
By Heidi Morefield ~ Dr. Michael E. DeBakey was one of the most visible American surgeons of the late 20th century: he pioneered surgeries, published
By Jeffrey S. Reznick and Susan L. Speaker ~ This is the sixth post in a series of nine which serializes the new book US