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Dr. Lucile W. Hutaff

Dr. Lucile W. Hutaff

Dr. Lucile Hutaff began her medical career work part-time in a private practice in Winston-Salem from 1945-1946. She joined the faculty at the Bowman Gray School of Medicine in 1945 as Instructor in Medicine. She was named Associate in Pathology in 1948, Assistant Professor of Internal Medicine in 1951, and was Assistant Professor of Preventive Medicine from 1952-55. She was named Emeritus Professor of Community Medicine in 1972. Dr. Hutaff was the first woman to hold the rank of full professor at the Bowman Gray School of Medicine.

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  1. LUCILE HUTAFF IS MY DAUGHTER, CASSIE DIETERICH HUTAFF’S GREAT GREAT AUNT . CASSIE HAS APPLIED TO WAKE FOREST UNIVERSITY. SHE IS A SENIOR AT TARBOR HIGH SCHOOL AND WILL GRADUATE JUNE 2009

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