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Harold Amos was an American microbiologist and professor. He taught at Harvard Medical School for nearly fifty years and was the first African-American department chair of the school. He also inspired hundreds of minorities to become medical doctors.
Check out the following link to learn more about the life of Harold Amos:
Harold Amos, 84, Pacesetter Among Blacks in Academia
News article courtesy of The New York Times