Meet one of the most beloved and unforgettable characters in the history of Mayo Clinic.
Maud Mellish Wilson: A Singular Voice
In 1907, Dr. Will Mayo recruited a 43-year-old woman from Chicago. Over the next quarter century, Maud Mellish Wilson edited thousands of articles by Mayo Clinic physicians and scientists, developing a clear institutional voice. She founded a publication that is now a leading peer-reviewed medical journal and oversaw the creation of one of the world’s great medical libraries. The Mayo brothers considered her to be a key figure in the development of the clinic’s reputation.
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