Miss Flexner, of the Louisville free public library, then spoke of an experience in placing books in a county jail.
Like disciplines, professions have unique characteristics, as defined by Flexner.
It is one of the most frequent and fatal of what Flexner described a decade ago as "terminal infections."
Mr. Flexner is the medical-school inspector of the Carnegie Foundation.
Large-hearted men like Dr. Flexner and his associates do not permit unnecessary pain to defenceless animals.
On the millstone was inscribed the indictment: Mr. Flexner is not the first man who has had the courage of his insensibilities.
As a matter of fact, Mr. Flexner investigated the adequacy of their methods and means of teaching.
Mr. Flexner is the medical school inspector of the Carnegie Foundation.
Two years later, Flexner isolated the bacillus of infantile paralysis and Plotz that of typhus fever.
Yet the subsequent conversation disclosed that Dr. Flexner was unfamiliar with the Stiles hookworm work.
Flexner Flex·ner (flěks'nər), Simon. 1863-1946.
American microbiologist who isolated the bacillus of dysentery (1900), developed a serum for cerebrospinal meningitis (1907), and led the team that identified the cause of poliomyelitis.