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Henry, currently dean of the School of Medicine of Wayne State University, Detroit, was born in New York. He was educated at Colgate University, Hamilton, NY; Northwestern University, Chicago, where he received his MD degree; and the University of Wisconsin, Madison, where he earned an MS degree in medical genetics. He received his pediatric training at the New York University Medical Center, after which he completed a fellowship in pediatric research at Children's Memorial Hospital, Chicago, and the Department of Pediatrics at Northwestern University. For 11 of his 16 years as a member of the faculty of the Northwestern University School of Medicine, Henry was chairman of the Department of Pediatrics and chief of staff of Children's Memorial Hospital. He was appointed dean of the Wayne State University School of Medicine in 1981. Henry has an international reputation for his research in human genetics. He has published more than 225
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