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John Charles Rock

John Charles Rock (1890-1984) was a Boston gynaecologist and human fertility researcher. In 1938 he began a collaboration with Arthur Hertig, a pathologist and embryologist. They published many studies of the Carnegie Collection embryos.

They also worked together with the technician Miriam Menkin. Both Rock and Menkin looked clinically within the surgically removed uterine tubes and uterus for the earliest stages of human development the "products of conception". John Rock was also the main subject of a recent book on changes in reproduction.was a Boston gynaecologist and human fertility researcher. In 1938 he began a collaboration with Arthur Hertig. They worked together with the technician Miriam Menkin. Both Rock and Menkin looked within the surgically removed uterine tubes and uterus for the earliest stages of human development the "products of conception". John Rock was also the main subject of a recent book on changes in reproduction.


Links: John Rock | Arthur Hertig | Carnegie Collection | Rock Reference list


Reference

Image modified from Library of Congress photograph.


Cite this page: Hill, M.A. (2024, March 4) Embryology John Rock.jpg. Retrieved from https://embryology.med.unsw.edu.au/embryology/index.php/File:John_Rock.jpg

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