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Mashikian, H.S. (1974). Sandor Rado: The Later Years. J. Amer. Acad. Psychoanal., 2(1):11-17.
  

(1974). Journal of American Academy of Psychoanalysis, 2(1):11-17

Sandor Rado: The Later Years

Hagop S. Mashikian

Sandor Rado's mandatory retirement from Columbia Psychoanalytic Clinic for Training and Research at the age of 65 only changed the setting of his professional activities. His inquisitiveness, creative teaching, and continued search for truth continued at the New York School of Psychiatry. This was to be his last professional locus after Berlin, the New York Psychoanalytic Institute, and Columbia University.

In 1958 the Board of Regents of the State University of New York granted the charter of the New Uork School of Psychiatry following an application by Paul H. Hoch, Sandor Rado, Nolan C. Lewis, Harvey J. Tompkins, Mary E. Mercer, and John A. P. Millet. This group constituted the first Board of Trustees, with Millet as its Chairman. Dr. Millet then appointed Rado President and Dean of the School, who in turn appointed Millet Assistant Dean. Both Rado and Millet resigned their positions from the Board of Trustees, which continued with Harvey Tompkins as its Chairman.

Dr. Rado was very proud of the New York School of Psychiatry. He saw it as a graduate medical school specializing in the graduate psychiatric education for qualified physicians serving as residents in mental institutions and services operating under the jurisdiction of the New York State Department of Mental Hygiene.

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