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Gilbert and Sullivan Society (University of Michigan) records: 1947-2011
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Container / Location Title
 
Personal/Biographical [series]

The Personal/Biographical (0.25 linear feet) series contains information about his education, military service, and sabbatical activities (including a scrapbook of letters, articles and photographs of his time spent at the Fogarty Center in Maryland). Also contained here are photographs of Jacquez.

Box   1  
Photographs, 1987 and late, 1990s 1987-1999
 
Education
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Junior high school/High school 1937-1939
Box   1  
Cornell University: College of Arts & Sciences 1940-1943
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Cornell University: Medical College 1944-1947
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Columbia University 1946-1953
Box   1  
Army career 1946-1958 (2 folders)
Box   1  
IBM/National Institutes of Health 1959-1962

(includes photographs)

Box   1  
Fogarty International Center 1982-1984
Box   1  
Fogarty International Center scrapbook 1982-1984 (2 folders)

(includes photographs)

 
Correspondence [series]

The Correspondence (1.25 linear feet) series is comprised of professional material for the most part, although there are personal letters scattered throughout. This series is divided into two subseries, "By name" and "By date." By name files include correspondence with research partners and colleagues, students, and academic journals, for which he often reviewed submissions. Note that although Jacquez filed correspondence with graduate students and post-doctoral students together, these categories are not entirely inclusive. Researchers should check the alphabetical name listing or under the specific category (graduate or post-doctoral) when looking for a particular student name. There are a small number of files in the By date subseries all of which include letters, drafts and notes relating to his peer reviews for academic journals.

 
By name [subseries]
Box   1  
AIDS Conference Departmental Paper 1988
Box   1  
American Journal of Physiology 1998
Box   1  
American Physiological Society 1997
Box   1  
Norman Bailey 1993-1999
Box   1  
Richard Bellman 1958-1983 (5 folders)
Box   1  
John J. Biesele 1959-1963, 1991
Box   1  
Ewart Carson 1996-1997
Box   1  
Gilbert Chauvet 1979-1997 (2 folders)
Box   1  
Horace Davenport 1962-1989 (2 folders)
Box   1  
Sara Debanne 1996-1997
Box   1  
Klaus Dietz 1990-1995
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Elsevier Science Publishing Co., Inc. 1993-1994
Box   1  
David Foster 1972-1999 (2 folders)

(includes photograph)

Box   1  
General 1984-1987
 
Graduate students
Box   1  
Claude Cote 1976-1990
Box   1  
Charles Hawkins 1969-1986
Box   1  
John Koch 1982-1985
Box   1  
Thomas Krenitsky 1962-1987
Box   1  
Michael Shanahan 1986, 1989
Box   1  
H.E. Skipper 1970
Box   1  
Kent Stitzer 1972-1975
Box   1  
Nelly Ullman 1969-1970
Box   1  
István Gyori 1993-1994
Box   1  
Institute for Mathematics and Its Application (IMA) 1997-1999
Box   1  
Journal of Biological Systems 1990-1993
Box   1  
Edward H. Kaplan 1990
Box   1  
Thomas Krejcie 1995-1999
Box   1  
James Matis 1997-1998
Box   1  
Miscellaneous 1956-1997
Box   1  
National Cancer Institute 1999
Box   1  
National Institutes of Health 1998
Box   1  
Marija Norusis 1972-1981
Box   1  
Philip O'Neill 1992
Box   1  
Tim Perry 1994
Box   2  
Robert Phair 1978-1987
Box   2  
Physiology Department Centennial 1981-1982
 
Post-doctoral students
Box   2  
Michael Bazin 1967-1973
Box   2  
Earl Christensen 1964-1971
Box   2  
Daniel Fife 1970-1979
Box   2  
Donald Foster 1969-1997
Box   2  
Warren Glaser 1967-1969
Box   2  
Lynn Graves 1963-1971
Box   2  
William Hirschfeld 1965-1970
Box   2  
Robert Haas 1989
Box   2  
Howard Kutchai 1966-1986
Box   2  
Patricia Labine 1964-1972
Box   2  
Gerald Portney 1965-1970
Box   2  
Robert Serfling 1963-1971
Box   2  
Roger Weinberg 1963-1965
Box   2  
Jan West 1963-1976
Box   2  
Leigh Whitlock 1963-1989
Box   2  
Rand Corporation 1959-1960
Box   2  
C.P. Rhoads 1957-1959
Box   2  
Thomas Riggs 1999
Box   2  
Michael Savageau 1992, 1997
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James Schafer 1966-1993
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Stanley Schultz 1973
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James Sherman 1959-1962
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Sloan-Kettering Institute for Cancer Research 1947-1962

(includes photograph)

Box   2  
Arthur Vander 1970
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J. Wu 1991
 
By date [subseries]
Box   2  
1993
Box   2  
1994-1999 (3 folders)
 
Teaching Material [series]

The Teaching Material (2 linear feet) series contains lecture notes as well as slides and overhead transparencies used for courses he taught at the University from 1967-1999. The bulk of this material dates 1967-1981, but Jacquez was granted emeritus status and continued to teach even after retiring.

Box   2  
Computing workshops 1962-1963, 1966-1968 (4 folders)
Box   2  
Physiology 540 1974-1977 (2 volumes)
Box   3  
Physiology 540 (cont.) 1974-1977 (2 volumes)
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Physiology 540 1979-1980 (2 volumes)
Box   3  
Physiology 540 circa 1980 (8 folders)

(includes transparencies)

Box   4  
Physiology 618 1982-1997

(includes transparencies)

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Epidemiology 602 1992

(includes transparencies)

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Epidemiology 624 1999
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Irreversible thermodynamics
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Facilitated diffusion theory
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Respiration 1967-1979 (2 folders)
 
Research Material [series]

The majority of the Research Materials (1.5 linear feet) series consists of files relating to Jacquez' research activities. Files have been identified as well as possible and separated into two subseries, AIDS and Other. The AIDS subseries relates to research with colleagues James Koopman, Carl Simon and Ira Longini and includes data, notes, drafts of papers as well as published articles by Jacquez, and information about several computer programs used in data analysis. Other files contain information about various research topics. Some of these files may actually be related to Jacquez' AIDS research, but could not be identified as such.

 
AIDS Research [subseries]
Box   4  
SAAM Institute 1998
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Resource Facility for Kinetic Analysis (RFKA) 1994-1995
Box   4  
Identifiability (includes slides)
Box   4  
IDENT Consults 1989-1994 (4 folders)
Box   4  
IDENT (3 folders)
Box   4  
MACS/CCS (7 folders)
Box   4  
HIV
Box   4  
HIV data
Box   4  
Simulations
Box   5  
Staging

(includes transparencies)

Box   5  
Multiple partners 1993
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Dendritic cells/Macrophage
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Vaccination (2 folders)
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Vaccination evaluation
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R0 (3 folders)
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Epidemic models 1998
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Marriage and epidemic models 1991
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Background, summaries 1997
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Randomization tests 1998-1999
Box   5  
James Koopman
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Journal of AIDS papers (2 folders)
 
Other Research [subseries]
Box   5  
Urinary tract infection (UTI)
Box   5  
Lab notebook 1985-1986
Box   5  
Analysis of variance 1965-1968
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Kalman-Bucy filters 1999
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Linares
Box   5  
Chris Riolo
Box   5  
Early work 1945-1947
Box   5  
Papers (3 folders)
Box   5  
Homeostasis chapters (2 folders)
Box   5  
Statistics text 1985-1986
 
Conference Material [series]

Jacquez attended many conferences and lectures in the U.S. and abroad from 1971-1996. He presented at almost all of them and, in some cases, organized them as well. The Conference Materials (1 linear foot) series contains correspondence, brochures, lecture notes and slides. Because the files are arranged chronologically, researchers can get a sense of how Jacquez' research interests may have changed throughout those years.

Box   5  
Miscellaneous 1971-1978 (3 folders)
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Michigan State University lectures 1972
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Lyman Briggs College Senior Seminar in Mathematical Biology November 30, 1972
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AAAS Symposium on "Models for Transport in Biological Systems December 28, 1973

(includes photographs and slides)

Box   5  
Thomas Lumsden circa February 3, 1973

(includes slides)

Box   6  
IEEE International Symposium on Circuit Theory April 9, 1973
Box   6  
University of Tennessee lectures November 29-30, 1973
Box   6  
History of Physiology 1974-1987

(includes slides and negatives)

Box   6  
Miscellaneous 1976-1980
Box   6  
Miscellaneous 1979-1989 (4 folders)

(includes slides and negatives)

Box   6  
International Conference on Nonlinear Phenomenon in Mathematical Sciences June 16-20, 1980
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Mathematical Association of America meeting August 18-20, 1980

(includes transparencies)

Box   6  
Mathematical Modeling in Biomedical Research January 23-25, 1984

(includes photographs)

Box   6  
AIDS: Modeling & Analyzing HIV Transmission: The Effect of Contact Patterns May 2, 1990 (2 folders)

(includes slides and transparencies)

Box   6  
Workshop on Epidemic Spread: Stochastic Modeling & Data Analysis August 8-12, 1990

(includes photograph)

Box   6  
Operations Res. Soc. meeting October 28-29, 1990

(includes transparencies)

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Workshop: Mixing and Contact Patterns June 28-29, 1991
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Centre International de Recontres Mathematiques November 4-8, 1991

(includes photograph and transparencies)

Box   6  
Epidemiological Modeling Workshop December 2-4, 1991

(includes transparencies)

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Integrative Approaches in Neurophysiology December 9-10, 1991
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3rd International Conference on Mathematical Population Dynamics June 1-5, 1992
Box   6  
Second Geoffrey J. Butler Memorial Conference on Differential Equations & Population Biology June 17-20, 1992
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Isaac Newton Institute January 3-9, 1993

(includes photograph)

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The role of primary infection in the opidemics of HIV infection in gay cohorts, 1994.

(includes slides)

Box   6  
Association of University Anesthesiologists Satellite Symposium on Pharmacokinetics and Pharmacodynamics May 3-5, 1994
Box   6  
Mathematical Modeling in Experimental Nutrition V May 8-11, 1994
Box   6  
International Conference on Differential Equations and Applications to Biology and to Industry June 1-4, 1994
Box   6  
Mathematical Models for Infectious Diseases November 27-December 3, 1994
Box   6  
Conference on Dynamical Systems in Biology and Medicine July 17-20, 1996

(includes slides)