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Jerome Levine Collection of Early Clinical Drug Evaluation Units Material and Other Documents
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The collection consists of typescript memoranda announcing the ECDEU program (1960-1963) and its name change to NCDEU (1976) and printed manuals (1970-1979) pertaining to Early Clinical Drug Evaluation Units (ECDEU); and dot-matrix computer printouts (1979, 1982) from the Biometric Laboratory Information Processing System (BLIPS).
Jerome Levine, M.D., was born in Brooklyn, New York, in 1934. He joined the Psychopharmacology Service Center (PSC) at the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH), becoming its director in 1969 when the unit was reorganized as the Psychopharmacology Research Branch (PRB) and held that post through 1994. Later he was Deputy Director of the Nathan S. Kline Institute for Psychiatric Research (Orangeburg, N.Y.) and Research Professor in Psychiatry at New York University.
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