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Freeman Bradley: Pioneer of Medical Technology and Influential Black Caucus Founder

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Freeman Bradley grew up in Alabama where, as a young man, he worked in the lab of Dr. George Washington Carver at the Tuskegee Institute. He attended Howard University in Washington D.C. and worked at the National Institutes of Health in Maryland for four years before coming to the Cardiovascular Research Institute (CVRI) at UCSF. At the beginning of his career at UCSF, Mr. Bradley worked as a technician with Dr. John Severinghaus. In 1957 … Read more