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| | Museum of Ophthalmology (San Francisco), deputy curator of photography, 1984-86, curator of photography, 1987-89; Columbia University Seminar on Death, associate, 1993-97. International lecturer and presenter of seminars. Consultant for documentary films and movies, including The Civil War, 1990, Jacob's Ladder, 1990, Autopsy: Confessions of a Forensic Pathologist, 1994, and Dorothy Parker and the Vicious Circle, 1994 (San Francisco)
|Awards and honors|
Diplomat of the American Academy of Ophthalmology, 1978; American College of Surgeons, fellow, 1978; American Photographic Historical Society, fellow, 1985; "The Best Book in Photographic History" award, American Photographic Historical Society, 1990, for Sleeping Beauty: Memorial Photography in America; Vincent Downing Award, American Medical Writers Association, 1991, for excellence in medical communication
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