Surveying the role of medical science in transforming the hospital, she traces the appearance of research on the curriculum vitae of ambitious clinicians in the 1850s, the appointment of salaried scientists in the 1880s, the emergence of full-time clinical researchers in the early 1900s, and their gradually increasing influence over the teaching hospital. Carrying the analysis to the present day, she shows St Mary's growing participation in a developing medical public sphere that includes medical societies, a medical press, and granting agencies such as the Medical Research Council.
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