/ Frank Yatsu and Richard King in laboratory
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Scope/Content: Two men working in a lab, white lab coats; Verso: School of Medicine minority students. UCSF Medical Center has been stepping up recruitment of qualified minority students in the health sciences. Richard King, right, in-coming medical student from Whittier College, entered under one of UCSF's work-study programs. Here he is being instructed in laboratory procedures by Dr. Frank Yatsu, assistant professor of neurology.
Photograph Collection, School of Medicine, Students, faculty and staff