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Today In Medical History – June 1

June 1:

(1) (1930) American ecologist Richard Levins is born. Along with studying evolution, he is known for his work with metapopulations and population genetics.

(2) (1942) British doctor Parveen Kumar is born. Her studies focus on small intestine diseases.

(3) (1944) British neurobiologist Colin Blakemore is born. His research focuses on vision, early development of the brain, and strokes.

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