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PROCEEDlNGS
of the
AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF ANATOMISTS
Eighty-sixth Meeting
ANAT. REC., 177: 79-194.
NOTICE OF 1974 MEETING
THE NEXT ANNUAL MEETING
of the
AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF ANATOMISTS
will convene in
CLEVELAND, OHIO
APRIL 1, 2, 3, 4, 1974
A preliminary announcement
with details of the meeting will be
mailed to members of the Association
about November first
THE HEADQUARTERS WILL BE
THE SHERATON-CLEVELAND HOTEL
ABSTRACTS OF PAPERS TO BE PRESENTED AT THE XEETINC)
ARE DUE FRIDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1973
Proceedings of the
American Association of Anatomists
Eighty-sixth Meeting
CORNELL UNIVERSITY MEDICAL COLLEGE
APRIL 9, 10, 11, 12, 1973
Symposia were presented on “AnatomiThe Association held its eighty-sixth
meeting in New York City, April 9, 10, cal Content of the Medical Curriculum.
11 and 12, 1973, at the invitation of Cor- Who Should Decide?”, “Recent Morphonell University Medical College. Members logical Advances in Mammalian Reproducof the Local Committee were Roy C. Swan, tion : Ovulation Through Implantation”
Chairman; D. C. Brooks; E. deHarven; and “Environmental Influences on EmbryM. D. Gershon; G. E. Palade; L. L. Ross; onic Development.”
One abstract of a paper replacing one
J. C. Weber and Mrs. Dana Brooks.
Allied Meetings. The Cajal Club held which was withdrawn is included in these
its twenty-seventh annual meeting on Proceedings following the minutes of the
April 8 with presentation of eight papers Executive Committee and telegram to
from platform; two symposia, “Relations President Richard M. Nixon.
Between Structure and Function in the
MINUTES OF THE BUSINESS SESSION
Visual System,” and “Organization of the
April 10, 1973
Thalamus.” The Fifth Annual Pinckney
The Waldorf-Astwia Hotel
J. Harman Memorial Lecture was preNew York, New York
sented by Dr. Richard L. Sidman, Professor
President William U. Gardner presided.
of Neuropathology of the Harvard Medical
The following items of business were
School on “Genetic Dissection of Brain
transacted :
Development.”
1. Approval of the Minutes of the PreviRESUME OF THE MEETING
ous Business Meeting. A motion was
The total registration was 1832. Of made, seconded and passed unanimously
these, 761 were members, 476 non- to accept the minutes of the Business Meetmembers, 354 students, 13 guests, 118 ing held on April 4, 1972, in Dallas, Texas,
which were printed in the Proceedings iswives and 110 exhibitors.
The Presidential Address was presented sue of The Anatomical Record, 174:
at the General Session by William U. 49-85.
2. Report of the Treasurer. The TreasGardner on “Effects of Hormones on Abnormal Growth,” and is included herein urer presented the financial statements
following the resume of the General printed on pages 82 and 83.
3. Report of the Auditing Committee.
Session.
There were 601 papers scheduled to be Dr. Michael D. Gershon read the following
presented from the platform. Illness or lack report :
of travel funds resulted in withdrawal of
“We the undersigned Auditing Committee,
21 of these. Fifty-three of these papers have on April 8, 1973, examined the books and
from platform were presented in special records of the American Association of Anatomfor the year 1972 and have found them to
sessions by terminal-year graduate stu- ists
be correct and in order.”
dents. Sixty-six papers were presented by
Michael D. Gershon, M.D., Chairman
title only; and of these, eight were papers
0. Williams Henson, Jr., Ph.D.
devoted to education which could not be
accommodated in that special session.
On motion made and seconded, the reThere were 22 demonstrations and 7 mo- ports of the Treasurer and Auditing Comtion picture presentations.
mittee were approved and accepted.
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4. Report on the Membership of the Association. The Secretary-Treasurer made
the following report:
On May 1, 1972, the Association had
2,159 members. This number has been increased by one honorary member and 100
new members and five reinstatements and
reduced by 25 deaths and 11 resignations. Twenty-six members have been
dropped from membership for being three
years in arrears in the payment of their
dues. Twenty-nine members have been relieved of payment of dues.
The Association has suffered great loss
AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF ANATOMISTS
Financial Statement for the year 1972
Cash balance on hand 1/1/1972 ..............................
$ 1,759.29
Receipts from dues .........................................
23,739.75
Sustaining memberships .....................................
5,050.00
Annual meeting receipts:
Registration fees ..............................
$12,056.57
Sale of Abstracts ..............................
57.00 12,113.57
Sales Receipts :
Brochures ....................................
116.10
331.88
Directory and membership lists ..................
20.00
Abstracts .....................................
1.00
468.98
Lymphocyte Symposium reprints
778.26
Interest on Bank Savings Acct. & Cert. of Deposit ...............
Library of Medicine Grant (Nomenclature Committee) ..........
1,553.00
Local Committee Receipts, Dallas meeting .....................
3,517.60
24,000.00
Transfer from Savings Account ...............................
R. R. Bensley Memorial Fund
Receipts - Dividends on 270 shares Union
Electric Company of Missouri .................
345.60
- 600.00
Disbursed to Local Committee, Dallas & New York . .
Receipts from Local Committee, Dallas ............
525.00
270.60
(Total current balance $764.25)
Total Credit ......................
$73,251.05
Expenditures :
To Wistar Institute
1972 Programs, Abstracbs, mailing
12,841.00
4,119.00 16,960.00
1972 Proceedings, mailing .....................
To Easter Seal Workshop, Miracol, Inc. &Times Ptg. Co.
317.10
Newsletters, printing, mailing. .................
868.93
Member list services ..........................
551.83
................
..............
Office expense : secretaries, officers, placement
service ..................................................
Travel expense: secretaries, committees, representatives
Committee on Finance, I.A.N.C.
National Society for Medical Research
Scientific Manpower Commission
A.A.M.C. Council of Academic Societies dues
Costs of Symposia, speakers ..................................
Nomenclature Committee, printing, etc.
Additional expense 1971 Philadelphia meeting
Local Committee, New York
Office of Archivist-Historian
Investments - Bank Savings Acct. & Certificate of Deposit
(Balance at end of Year
$38,736.11
Debit memos and bank charges
Total Expenditures
Balance
Balance o n hand 12/31/72in the Commercial
$2,637.45
National Bank, Little Rock, Arkansas
Check in transit ..........................
1,000.00
.........
..............................
........................
.............................
...................
.......................
.................
.................................
.................................
.......
:. ... .:.......................
5,343.57
4,548.08
541.75
500.00
100.00
100.00
324.66
1,575.43
212.74
1,500.00
1,000.00
38,000.00
38.44
................
.........................
........
Balance .........................
71,613.60
1,637.45
$ 1,637.45
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JOURNAL TRUST F U N D O F AMERICAN ASSOCIATION
OF ANATOMISTS
Finuncial Statement for the Year 1972
Principal Account as of January 1, 1972:
Cash on hand, Huron National Bank,
A n n Arbor, Michigan ...................................
U.S. Bonds (face value) ....................................
Stocks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
$
108.64
10,000.00
18,503.17
Total Assets 1/1/1972 .....................
$28,611.81
Income:
U.S. Bond Interest . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
555.50
Stock Dividends:
$182.60
Crocker National Corp.
182.60
Duquesne Light Co.
285.00
Exxon Corp. ..................................
445.00
General Motors Corp. ...........................
Northern States Power Co. ......................
61.20
1,156.40
.........................
............................
Earnings 1972
Total
- -
...........................
...........................
Expenditures: None
........... .......
Total Assets 12/31/1972
Principal Account as of 12/31/72:
U.S. Bonds . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
$10,000.00
Stocks:
110 shares Crocker National Corp.
$4,139.50
2,146.53
110 shares Duquesne Light Co.
75 shares Exxon Corp.
4,142.11
100 shares General Msotors Corp.
6,533.48
15 shares Northern States
Power Co. (preferred)
1,541.55 18,503.17
1,711.90
$30,323.71
$30,323.71
.
....
..........
..
-~
Cash deposited in Commercial National
Bank, Little Rock .............................
through the deaths of the following members : William Antopol, Homer R. Blincoe,
Wdliam Bloom, H. S. BUR, A. L. Cameron,
Eleanor L. Clark, Harry J. Clausen, Jesse
L. Conel, Edward S. Evans, Louis Hausman, Frederick L. Hisaw, Shirley A. Johnson, Leon J. Journey, W. Kornfeld, Larry
McFarland, Elizabeth Moyer, Jacob Priman, Bronnetta L. Scott, John G . Sinclair,
James C. Watt, Charles K. Weichert, Joan
F. White, Beatrice Whiteside-Hawel, Benjamin H. Willier and James B. Wray. With
the permission of the President, the
Secretary-Treasurer asked everyone to
stand briefly in silent tribute to our deceased colleagues.
5. Election of New Members. The
Secretary presented the following list of
123 persons approved for membership by
the Executive Committee.
Aker, F. David
Bandler, Richard J., Jr.
Berendsen, Peter B.
Bhatnagar, Kunwar P.
Blake Charles A.
Bodlei, H. Daniel
Boivie, Jorgen Johan Gunnar
Brawer, James R.
$ 1,820.54
Bressler, Robert S.
Burnside, Mary Beth
Burton, Harold
Cannan JohnB.
Castro, Anthony J.
Chen, Li-Tsun
Clancy,John, Jr.
Clattenburg, Robert Earle
Connell, Carolyn JoAnne
Connell. Reid S.
Costa, Jonathan Leeds
Cunha, Gerald R.
Das, Gopal D.
Edwards, Stephen B.
Ellison, Jeffrey P.
Evan Andrew P Jr.
Fish& Don Low&
Fischer, Vernon W.
Flon, Helen
Gajisin, Stanislav M.
Gale ThomasF.
G a t h e r . Leslie Paul
Gibson 'M. H. L.
Goldbeig, Louis J.
Grant, Lester Dave
Hafez E. S.E.
Haighi, John Richard
Hamilton, A. I a n
Hancock. Michael Bailey
Harrington. Daniel B.
Harrison, Gladys A.
Harvey, Joseph E.
Hay DonAlan
Haziett, James Cummins, Jr.
Hiehtower. James Anderson
Hcgon, Je& S.
Hung, Kuen-Shan
Huret, Edith MacLennan
Jones, Edward G.
$30,323.71
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Rose, James D.
Rosene, Gordon L.
Rosenquist, Alan Clark
Ross, Lawrence McIvor
Routtenberg Aryeh
Saland. Linda C.
Salter, Elmer George, JI
Sanger,Joseph W.
Sarphie, T. G .
Sayegh, Fayez S.
Savenh.-Favez
Schrwder,
Schrwder Dolores M.
h d
Seiden, D
David
Sharp, John Graham
Sherman, S. Murray
Silbermann, Michael
Simson, Jo Anne V.
Sokol, Otto M.
Spyker, Joan Mane
Swartz, William J.
AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF ANATOMISTS
Szabo Andrew D.
Toweis, Bernard
Van Hoesen, Gary W.
Waters Harold
Weinstbck Melvyn
Weitsen. doward A.
Tune
Young, Mirgaret?. Broman
Youngstrom, Karl A.
Yu, Jen
Yu, Mang Chung
Zagon, Ian S.
On motion made, seconded and voted,
the Secretary was instructed to cast a
unanimous ballot ratifying the election of
these new members.
At the request of the President, the
Secretary read a copy of the letter he had
sent to each person whose application for
membership was not accepted. It stated
that the Executive Committee has interpreted Article V, Section 1 of the constitution to mean that persons who have not
published a substantial paper as the sole
author must have co-authored at least
two substantial papers and have been the
senior author of at least one of them. (In
case where papers have more than two
authors, the applicant should be the senior
author of at least two of them.)
President Gardner then reported that
the Executive Committee had made a
unanimous nomination of Professor Martinus Willem Woerdeman for honorary
membership in the Association. The President stated that the candidate began his
studies in medicine in 1909 and, with an
interruption of four years in the military
services, he acquired his doctorate in medicine from the University of Amsterdam
in 1921. He immediately became a lecturer in histology, and in 1925, Professor
of Histology and Head of the Histology
Department, University of Amsterdam.
One year later, in 1926, he became Professor of Anatomy and Embryology and
Head of the Anatomy Department at the
State University of Groningen.
Subsequently Dr. Woerdeman was Professor of Anatomy and Embryology and
Head of the Department of Anatomy at
the University of Amsterdam, then ViceChancellor of the University, Dean of the
Faculty of Medicine, 1953-1959, President
of the University of Amsterdam, and President of the Netherlands Academy of Sciences. He has received many honors and
awards including an honorary doctorate
of sciences from Oxford in 1950, President
of the Netherlands Society of Anatomy
and President of the International Institute of Embryology. For many years he was
Editor in Chief of Excerpta Medicu.
Dr. Gardner indicated that the Executive Committee was presenting him to the
members of the American Association of
Anatomists for honorary membership because of his scientific contributions presented in more than 130 published papers
on experimental embryology and his influence on many young experimental embryologists as an inspiring teacher and
investigator. President Gardner then conferred membership on Professor Woerdeman, and he graciously responded.
6. Sites of Future Meetings. The Program Secretary reminded the membership
that the 1974 meeting will be held in
Cleveland, Ohio, April 1-4, on invitation
of Case Western Reserve University School
of Medicine; and the 1975 meeting will
be held in Los Angeles, California, March
23-27, on invitation of the University of
California at Los Angeles. He stated that
the 1976 meeting will be held in Louisville, Kentucky, at the invitation of the
University of Louisville School of Medicine and the 1977 meeting in Detroit,
Michigan, at the invitation of Wayne
State University School of Medicine. The
exact times for these meetings will be determined and announced in the near
future.
7. Report of the Nominating Committee
and Election. The Nominating Committee
for 1973 consisting of Richard P. Bunge,
Chairman; Richard J. Blandau; Douglas
E. Kelly; Leonard M. Napolitano and Alan
Peters, made the following nominations :
for President-Elect, W. Maxwell Cowan
and Russell T. Woodburne; for Second
Vice-president, Susumu Ito and David G.
Whitlock; for Program Secretary, Melvin
Hess and M. Roy Schwan; for Executive
Committee, for terms expiring in 1977,
Everett Anderson, Milton W. Brightman,
Allen C. Enders and Helen A. PadykuIa.
Ballots were circulated, and those which
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were marked and returned to the Secretary
were counted and certified by two other
members of the Association. The results
are: President-Elect, Russell T. Woodburne; Second Vice-president, Susumu Ito;
Program Secretary, Melvin Hess; and
members of the Executive Committee,
Everett Anderson and Helen Padykula.
President Gardner announced that he was
reappointing Roy C. Swan to the Executive
Committee for a one-year term as the
“New York member.
8. Nominating Committee for 1974.
President Gardner appointed a Nominating
Committee to select candidates for office
who will serve immediately following the
1974 meeting, consisting of John V. Basmajian, A. Kent Christensen, Thomas R.
Forbes, Ronald L. St. Pierre and Hal T.
Weathersby, Chairman. Persons to be
elected are a President-Elect, a Second
Vice-president, and two members of the
Executive Committee for a term expiring
in 1978. Balloting on the nominations will
take place following receipt of the advance
notice of the 1974 annual meeting, and
the ballots will be tabulated not later than
30 days preceding the Annual Business
Meeting.
9. Committees, Representatives and
Delegates. President Gardner reported
that the Executive Committee or President
had made the following nominations as
required by the constitution:
( a ) Representative to the National Research Council: Richard S. Snell (7-1-73
to 6-3-76).
( b ) Member of the Biological Stain
Commission : Arthur La Velle.
(c) Representative to the Council of
the National Society for Medical Research:
William Montagna.
(d) Representative to the Council of
Academic Societies of the Association of
American Medical Colleges: Susumu Ito
(as a Vice-president).
( e ) Committee on Anatomical Nomenclature: Burton L. Baker, Thomas E. Hunt
and Alvin F. Weber.
(f ) Educational Aff airs-Learning Resources Committee : Charles F. Bridgman,
Shirley Ann Gilmore and Melvin P. Mohn.
(g) Committee on Charles Judson Herrick Award Fund: (name to be added after
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selection is made by the committee) and
Richard P. Bunge, Chairman.
( h ) Committee on Journal Trust Fund:
Carmine Clemente; Donald L. Kimmel,
Chairman; and John E. Pauly (ex officio).
( i ) Committee on Nominations for
1974, as noted above.
( j ) Placement Service Director: C. Murphy Combs.
(k) Trustees of the R. R. Bensley
Memorial Fund: Lawrence E. Scheving
and John E. Pauly.
(1) Archivist-Historian : George E. Erikson.
On motion made and seconded it was
voted to approve these selections of the
President and Executive Committee.
10. Annual Dues and Registration Fee.
The Executive Committee recommended
that the annual dues for United States and
Canadian members be $12.00 and for
members not residing in the United States
or Canada, $4.00, and that the registration fee be $10.00. It further was recommended that registration for nonmembers
and students be $13.00 and $3.00 respectively, this payment to include a copy of
the abstracts. These recommendations
were approved.
11. Payment to Local Committee. It
was voted that the Local Cleveland Committee receive the usual advance of $1,500.
12. Contributions and Dues. The following payments recommended by the
Executive Committee were authorized by
vote of the members:
National Society of Medical Research,
$500.
International Anatomical Nomenclature Committee, 254 per member, $550.75.
Association of American Medical Colleges?Council of Academic Societies?$100.
Scientific Manpower Commission, $100.
13. Reports. President Gardner summarized several reports made to the Executive Committee by representatives and
committees. Raymond L. Zwemer, Chairof the Committee on Anatomical Nomenclature, was called to the podium; and
he urged the members to critically review
and make suggestions for improvement of
Nomina Embryologica and Nomina Histologica as soon as possible.
President Gardner summarized the report of the Educational Aff airs-learning
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Resources Committee by stating that the
Executive Committee approved their request to convene an interim meeting in
June or July of this year and to present
another session of educational papers at
the annual meeting in 1974. The format
of the papers will be the same as in 1973.
The committee was authorized to prepare
a brochure on “Careers in Anatomy,” and
a budget was stipulated. The Executive
Committee offered comments on the format and content of the brochure and approved the EALRC plan to conduct a workshop-style of meeting for the half day between the end of the Cajal Club meeting
and the opening of the annual meeting of
the Association. A detailed outline of the
brochure and specific plans for the workshop will be reviewed by the Executive
Committee at its interim meeting in
September.
The Travel Committee for the 1975
International Congress of Anatomy in
Tokyo consists of Raymond H. Kahn, Paul
K. Nakane, Charles H. Sawyer, Jerome
Sutin and Roland H. Alden, Chairman.
Dr. Alden reported that the committee
was exploring all possible avenues of support. He said they hoped to find sufficient
monies to partially defray expenses of persons who will present invited papers as
well as for some of the younger members
of the Association who intend to give regular papers. Dr. Nakane will attend a special organizational meeting in Tokyo in
the near future. It was announced that
the Pan-American Association of Anatomists will meet August 16-22, 1975, in
Montreal, Canada, just before the International Congress. The P.A.A.A. is attempting to organize a charter fight to
Tokyo for those wishing to attend both
meetings.
President Gardner stated that he had
received an invitation from Professor Dr.
Pedro E. Olivares, President of the Second
International Symposium on the Morphological Sciences to be held in Cordoba,
Argentina, July 22-27, 1973, inviting
members of the American Association of
Anatomists to participate.
The President stated that the entire
Association owed Dr. Andrew J. Ramsey
an expression of appreciation for all of
the time and effort he devoted to the prep-
aration of the new Directory of Departments of Anatomy. The assembled members responded by a large round of
applause.
It was announced that the dues the
American Association of Anatomists pays
to the Council of Academic Societies of
the Association of American Medical Colleges will be raised from $100 to $2,000
next year. Dr. Sam L. Clark, former Chairman of the CAS, was invited to the POdium; and he stated that he hoped the
AAA would not drop its membership to
the Council of Academic Societies as a
result of the increase in dues. He said
that the Association of American Medical
Colleges had developed excellent relations
with the Federal Government and its
present administration and it is in an excellent position to encourage support for
medical research. The AAMC frequently
is asked by Congress to testify on important
bills, and Dr. Clark stated that the American Association of Anatomists needs to
maintain an affiliation with an organization that is able to maintain such communications.
Dr. Elizabeth D. Hay suggested that
everyone should write to members of
Congress in support of HR 5640 introduced
by Representative Paul Rogers. This bill
is designed to prevent monies appropriated
for training grants in biomedical research
from being impounded by executive authority; so it will need at least a two-thirds
vote of Congress to override the expected
presidential veto. Members of the American Association of Anatomists will receive
a letter from the Federation of American
Scientists suggesting that they sign a petition to the President asking for reinstatement of recent cuts in the Federal budget
that will affect biomedical sciences. She
stated that the FAS is not a tax-exempt
institution; rather it is a group that lobbies
in Congress for the support of science.
Dr. George D. Pappas made a motion
that the President of AAA be authorized
to send a telegram in the name of the Association to President Nixon urging him
to support legislation designed to maintain
training and research programs. Copies of
this telegram should be sent to Representative Rogers and other appropriate members of Congress. This motion was sec-
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onded and passed unanimously. (The telegram was prepared the following day, and
the text of it appears after the minutes of
the Executive Committee Meeting.)
President Gardner announced that Larry
F. Cavazos had been appointed the official
representative of the American Association of Anatomists to the Pan-American
Association of Anatomists for a three-year
term. Dr. Norma Jean Adamo was named
the alternate.
The Secretary-Treasurer was asked to
report on the progress towards revision of
the constitution of the Association. He responded by explaining that a decision to
examine the constitution and suggest appropriate changes had been made at the
interim meeting of the Executive Committee in Chicago last year. Dr. Gardner
appointed a committee at that time consisting of the President, President-Elect
and Secretary-Treasurer to do the preliminary work. After several, lengthy telephone conversations, the Secretary-Treasurer prepared an initial draft which was
submitted to Drs. Gardner and Everett for
changes, suggestions and comments. Upon
receipt of their corrected copies, a second
draft was prepared which was mailed to
the members of the Executive Committee
about two weeks before the annual meeting in New York. Additional changes were
made at the meeting of the Executive Committee, and several suggestions were offered at the Past Presidents’ Breakfast. A
third draft of the new constitution will be
prepared and mailed to all members of
the Association as soon as possible. Everyone was urged to compare it with the
present document found in the Proceedings issue of The Anatomical Record. After
each member has had a chance to study
the proposed changes, he or she should
send their comments and suggestions to
the Secretary-Treasurer. All of these proposals will be brought to the attention of
the Executive Committee at its interim
meeting in September, 1973. At that time
a fourth and “final” draft will be prepared,
and this will be distributed to the members at the annual meeting in Cleveland;
because our constitution states that “any
change in the constitution of the Association must be presented in writing at one
annual meeting in order to receive con-
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sideration and be acted upon at the next
annual meeting. . . .”.
President Gardner called upon the
Secretary-Treasurer once again for a report on the anatomy newsletter. It was
explained that the purpose of the Anatomical News is to open lines of communication between the elected officers and
Executive Committee and the membership.
The newsletters have contained messages
from the President and various committee
chairmen; reports of decisions made by
the Executive Committee; activities of
other committees of the Association; information about various organizations affiliated with AAA; newsworthy items submitted by individuals relative to research
or teaching; announcements of regional,
national and international meetings; plans
for the annual meeting, both scientific and
social; editorials on such topics as the
photocopying issue, the future of anatomists, training grant problems and cadaver
procurement; news about fellow anatomists; announcements of new chairmen
and all new full professors since the publication of the latest edition of the Directory; and even a few quotations. The
Secretary stated that the Anatomical N e w s
is your newsletter, and he welcomed suggestions and requested that the mernbership send him all newsworthy items.
President Gardner expressed his appreciation to the officers, members of the
committees and all others who had rendered assistance to him during his term
of office. He thanked the Williams and
Wilkins Company for their contribution of
a socializer ticket to each of the graduate
students who presented papers at the
special sessions, and to Lea and Febiger
for their support of the Henry Gray Award.
He announced that he had thanked all
the Sustaining Associate Members on behalf of the membership and urged everyone to note the significance of their contributions in the Treasurer’s report.
14. Expression of Appreciation t o the
Local Committee. Dr. Raymond C. Truex
moved the following resolution which was
approved by acclamation :
“We, the members and guests of the American
Association of Anatomists, have enriched our
personal anatomic knowledge and benefitted
from the free exchange of scientific information
during this the eighty-sixth annual session of
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our Association. The success of the present meetings reflects in large measure the meticulous
planning and sustained effort of the host committee and the Department of Anatomy of
Cornell University College of Medicine.
“We who htave participated in this session, express to the ‘Host Committee’ the sincere appreciation of all for their efforts on our behalf.
“It is recommended that this resolution be incorporated in the official minutes of this meeting.”
There being no further business, the
meeting adjourned at 5 : 15 p.m.
John E. Pauly
Secretary-Treasurer
GENERAL SESSION
Awards:
President William U. Gardner announced that all speakers in the graduate
student sessions would be guests of the
Williams and Wilkins Company at the
socializer.
The Charles Judson Herrick award, consisting of a check and a scroll, was
awarded by Dr. Richard P. Bunge to Dr.
Joseph L. Price of the Department of Anatomy of Washington University School of
Medicine. In presenting the award, Dr.
Bunge stated:
“Dr. Joseph Price was born in Mobile,
Alabama, in 1942, the son of a practicing
physician and a graduate nurse. His college major was in chemistry and he was
elected to Phi Beta Kappa during this
period. He graduated summa cum laude
and valedictorian of his class at the University of the South in 1963. He was
awarded a Rhodes Scholarship that year
and began study at Oxford University in
Oxford, England, in Animal Physiology.
His studies there culminated in 1969 in a
Ph.D., awarded for work done under the
supervision of Dr. Tom Powell. His thesis
work, entitled “The Afferent Connections
of the Olfactory Bulb,” was to establish a
long-term interest in this system.
“His studies of this system, published
in a series of papers of exemplary scholarship, have demonstrated the usefulness of
combined light and electron microscopic
studies in obtaining a complete picture of
the structure of the nervous tissue. He has,
more recently, been associated with the
development of the use of autoradiographic
tracing techniques for neuroanatomical
studies, and he is presently employing this
technique in further studies of the olfactory and related systems.”
The Henry Gray award, established by
Lea and Febiger “in recognition of sustained and meritorious service to the entire scientific community through scholarly
accomplishments in original investigation,
teaching, and writing in the field of Anatomy,” was made by Past-President David
Bodian. His tribute and awarding speech
to Dr. Walle J. H. Nauta follows:
“The Henry Gray Award Committee has
the responsibility and the pleasure of selecting each year an individual who represents the highest level of scholarly achievement in anatomy, It is no reflection on
the person selected that the Committee
had a difficult task in singling out one
individual among the many distinguished
members of this Association. The anatomist finally chosen, among those nominated by the members, is, needless to say,
known throughout the world of Anatomy
and of the Neurosciences. His name is
Walle Nauta.
“Our late colleague, Bill Bloom, once remarked to me that the way to become
known was to devise a staining method. I
had just published a staining method and
so I found his comment to be rather unedifying. Our nominee knows the feeling
of becoming an adjective, but deserves to
be known for being in the forefront of
studies of brain mechanisms as well as
for being the author of one of our most
powerful neurological tools.
“The recipient of the Henry Gray Award
was born in Indonesia, received the Ph.D.
and M.D. degrees from the University of
Utrecht in Holland, served on the faculties
of the University of Leiden and the University of Zurich, and came to this
country in 1951 as Neurophysiologist at
the Walter Reed Army Institute of Research. He is at present Professor of Neuroanatomy at the Massachusetts Institute of
Technology. Professor Nauta has been an
active member of this Association since
1953, and was elected to the National
Academy of Sciences and the American
Academy of Arts and Sciences. He received the Karl Spencer Lashley Award of
the American Philosophical Society in
1964.
“It would be easy but erroneous to assert
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that Walle Nauta’s chief claim to fame is
his introduction of a superior method of
tracing nervous pathways. With all due
respect to a dedicated pathologist who
made a tremendous contribution to the
staining of histological sections, who remembers Karl Weigert for anything but
his myelin stain? One of Nauta’s principal
contributions has been to offer, by his
manner of use of the stain which bears his
name, a model for neuroanatomical research which goes far beyond the mere
tracing of fiber pathways. In his investigations there is that continual striving for
the meaning, in behavioral terms, of the
discovered details of neural organization.
Not only has the staining method created
a new impetus in neurological research,
but his example has set a standard for
those who have followed him, and the
many who have developed under his
tutelage.
“Not long after the publication of his
staining method, Nauta, in association
with Kuypers, presented the first of a series
of studies which established the midbrain
as an important constituent of forebrain
function, especially through reciprocal
connections with components of the limbic
system as far forward as the septal area.
This limbic-midbrain circuit interconnects
the major structures k n o w n or suspected
to play a role in emotional and innate behavioral patterns. Some of the brain regions making up the circuit participate in
sleep, attention, and learning, while others
control eating, drinking, and sexual behavior. In the emerging theory regarding
the neural mechanisms behind such activities, Nauta’s comprehensive description of
the anatomical substrate within which
they must operate is of fundamental
importance.
“Subsequent studies of the amygdaloid
complex, and its association with orbitofrontal cortex as well as other studies of
forebrain connections, have opened up additional possibilities for understanding the
inter-relations between the parts of the
forebrain involved in somatic functions
and those involved in visceral and affective functions. They have also established
him as a leading figure in forebrain organization in relation to function. Not only
has his research itself been of seminal im-
portance in stimulating renewed interest in
forebrain mechanisms, but his eloquent expositions simplify and bring to life the
complexities of brain subsystems. Not the
least noteworthy of his attributes is the
coupling of deep humility with the adventurous spirit required of any who aspire to understand the most complex stmcture in the universe.
‘Tn the words of one of his many wellknown and productive students and associates, ‘His personal generosity of time,
advice, encouragement and scientific guidance has enriched all people that have
worked with and near him. He has taught,
and continues to teach, not only by formal
lecture but by the example of his scientific
integrity, thoroughness of thought and
meticulous and careful experimental design. Yet, the pleasure he takes in his research is reflected in the pleasure he gives
as a teacher.’
“I take great pleasure, therefore, in presenting the Henry Gray Award, on behalf
of the Association, and of Lea and Febiger,
to Walle J. H. Nauta. The Award consists
of the sum of $500, and a certificate which
reads, ‘The Henry Gray Award for 1973
is presented to Walle Nauta in recognition
of his sustained and outstanding service to
the entire community of Anatomists by
his scholarly accomplishments in original
investigations, teaching, and writing in
one of the fields of Anatomy.”’
After the presentation of the check and
scroll, Dr. Nauta expressed his appreciation to all his friends and colleagues who
contributed to the development of his
career and with whom he felt he should
share the honor.
PRESIDENT’S ADDRESS
EFFECTS OF HORMONES ON
ABNORMAL GROWTH
WILLIAM U. GARDNER, Ph.D.
Department of Anatomy
Yale University School of Medicine
The September, 1917 number of the
American Journal of Anatomy, Volume 22,
contained a paper entitled “Existence of a
typical oestrous cycle in the guinea pig
with a study of its histological and physiological changes” ( 1 ) . The authors were
Charles Stockard, Head of the newly
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created Department of Anatomy at Cornell Medical College, and George N.
Papanicolaou, a full-time researcher who
four years earlier had come to the United
States from Greece. I am sure that few
persons, if any, at that time would have
imagined how this contribution, by members of the anatomy faculty of our present
host institution, would affect the future
research interests of so many anatomists.
In this paper was reported the correlation
of ovarian status with the morphology of
the accessory reproductive organs, but
especially with the cyclic changes of the
exfoliated vaginal epithelial cells. These
cells provide an indicator of the ovarian
status of the living host and thus introduced rapid increases in the knowledge of
the endocrinology of reproduction.
It is doubly appropriate that we should
be retrospective tonight. Not only because
Cornell is our host institution and because
of the contribution of its early faculty to
the subject relating to my topic, but because it affords an opportunity to announce that the Association now has an
archivist and historian, Professor George
E. Erikson, Brown University. He has provided some of the slides you will see.
George Papanicolaou received his medical training in Greece and his Ph.D. In
Munich in 1910, where he worked on sex
differentiation and sex determination in
daphnians, in the laboratory of Richard
Goldsmith. After his research experience,
he served in the Greek army during the
Balkan Wars. Here he met a number of
American medical officers who were serving as volunteers with the Greek army. The
contacts with these young medical men
and with visitors from the States to Goldsmiths laboratories prompted his subsequent activities. In 1913 Pap and his young
wife reached New York with the required
$250 and immediately called on Prof.
Morgan at Columbia. A year later he
moved to Cornell. Political and economic
conditions have led to migration of many
able scientists to this country. So it was
with the Papanicolaous (2).
George Papanicolaou, according to
Charles Stockard, should have been senior
author of that first paper in the significance
of exfoliated vaginal cells as indicators of
changes in ovarian function, but it was yet
difficult for him to write in English and,
furthermore, he would rather work in the
laboratory. Charles Stockard told me this
himself. Although Stockard was interested
in reproduction in the guinea pig, particularly in timing ovulation, his interests soon
became more all encompassing. His numerous contributions on this broad and
multifaceted program culminated in a
posthumous volume entitled “The Genetic
and Endocrinic Basis for Differences in
Form and Behavior” ( 3).
Dr. Papanicolaou subsequently studied
the cyclic changes in the exfoliated vaginal
cells in women and noted that on occasion
he could detect abnormal cells and that
some of the individuals that showed these
cells had clinically demonstrable uterine
or uterine cervical cancers (4). He applied his early studies on cell changes
during the normal reproductive cycle of
laboratory animals to man and SnaUy to
pathological conditions in man. The Pap
test has become a common term in 1973.
Its application is contributing to the significant reduction of mortality from human uterine cervical cancer. His book with
Dr. Traut (5) appeared in 1943, 16 years
after his first report on the cytologic detection of cancer.
In 1922, Edgar Allen (6) found that exfoliated cells of the vaginal mucosa of mice
revealed the state of ovarian development,
and Long and Evans ( 7 ) described in a
monograph the morphological correlates
as observed in rats. Within a year, cell
free extracts of ovaries were shown by
Allen and Doisy (8) to reproduce the
vaginal epithelial responses characteristic
of estrus, when given to immature or
ovariectomized mice and rats. The initial
study of Stockard and Papanicolaou provided an efficient and rapid method for the
detection of the presence of a biologically
active substance that could be associated
with the development of the ovarian follicles.
In 1927, papers written by P. E. Smith
( 9 ) and Smith and Engle ( l o ) , associated
the pituitary gland with ovarian function.
This was 10 years after the appearance of
the report of Stockard and Papanicolaou.
In 1930, a classic paper appeared: “Hypophysectomy and Replacement Therapy
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in the Rat.” Its author again was Philip E.
Smith (11).
During these years great advances were
made by determining the effects of glandular ablation and replacement. Experiments
were conducted at the level of the total organism, or on organ depleted organism.
Few methods for the study of regulatory
mechanisms at a cellular or a subcellular
level were available at that time.
The ovarian hormones were associated
with the periodic growth and secretion of
specific genital tissues. The pituitary was
associated with growth processes in the
gonads and with growth and secretion of
other organs and tissues.
The question naturally arose as to
whether or not the hormones that regulated normal growth processes might be
responsible for the initiation or the support of abnormal growth or even cancer.
The first evidence that ovarian hormones, which I shall call estrogens unless
specific chemicals should be mentioned,
might induce cancer was indicated by observations of the effect of ovariectomy on
the prevention or reduction of incidence of
mammary cancer in inbred mice (12). The
first demonstration of the appearance of
mammary cancer in male mice that were
given esters of pure estrogens was by a
French investigator, Dr. A. Lacassagne
(13), in 1932. I mention dates here to indicate how rapidly new observations are
made when new concepts and methods are
made available. Thirty-six years earlier an
English physician had shown that some
women with breast cancer showed some
regression of their cancers after their ovaries were removed (14). During the subsequent 36 years little progress was made
on the relation of ovarian function to
mammary cancer. Subsequently mammary
carcinogenesis has become a very complicated subject involving not only ovarian
hormones but pituitary hormones and hormones of other glands but also viruses.
Cancers of the ovaries and the accessory
reproductive organs account for over 20%
of all cancer deaths in man (15-16). The
incidence of cancer is even higher because
a comparatively high percent of those with
cancer of the uterine cervix are now being
cured. One might ask why cancers of the
breast, uterus, ovaries and the prostate
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should make up such a large percent of
lethal human cancers. The percent of
deaths from these cancers was 26.6 in
1948 and 21.3 in 1968. The reduction of
morbidity is almost entirely due to decreases in uterine cancer, and Papanicolaou’s contribution has been a major component.
If one would define a carcinogen as a
substance, the application of which would
result in the appearance of a tumor that
would otherwise not have appeared, then
estrogens are carcinogenic, that is, capable
of inducing cancer. Cancer of the uterine
cervix and upper vagina can be induced at
will in mice. And in mice of some strains,
tumors of the pituitary gland, testes, and
mammary glands can be induced in a predictable manner. By modification of the
function of the pituitary gland, ovarian,
thyroid and adrenal tumors also can be
induced.
In most instances the proof of carcinogenicity is indirect, and explanations of
mechanism are incomplete. This is true
of all neoplastic transformations of cells
at this time. In fact, information is incomplete on how the gonadal steroids act to
initiate their normal responses.
The best evidence for the carcinogenicity
of estrogens is provided by the appearance
of cancer of the uterine cervix in mice
(17-18). Many years ago we found that
mice given estrogens systemically for long
periods acquired uterine cervical or upper
vaginal cancers. We followed these from
early lesions to metastatic growths. The
incidence of lesions was approximately
50% in mice that survived treatment for
400 or more days. Many mice died with
other types of cancers or other conditions
associated with the prolonged treatment
with estrogens. All of the different estrogens used were effective, even the
non-steroidal synthetic estrogens like diethylstilbestrol. Prolonged and continuous
treatment was necessary. The cancers were
epidermoid carcinomas. Smaller invasive
lesions also appeared and can be compared to the normal epithelium.
When pellets of estrogen and cholesterol
were fixed in the upper vagina in contact
with the uterine cervix, cancers also appeared in the adjacent tissues (19). Control mice bearing pellets of cholesterol did
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not have such cancers. The tumors appeared in about 50% of the mice but after
shorter periods of exposure, This is the
best evidence to date that estrogens are
directly carcinogenic.
During 1971, three different groups of
investigators reported that daughters of
mothers who were given a synthetic estrogen, stilbestrol, during pregnancy had
acquired cervical or upper vaginal cancers
in their mid- to late teens and early
twenties (20-22). Mothers given diethylstilbestrol or dienestrol in 1951-53 had
daughters with this unusual cancer appearing from 1966-1971. This is an example of transplacental carcinogenesis
and estrogen carcinogenesis in man.
Dr. Vanwagenen and I observed that
monkeys that survived more than eight
years after irradiation with doses of X-irradiation large enough to destroy most ova
had endometriosis at death, in fact, often
causing death (23). This neoplastic but not
necessarily malignant tissue had the same
affinity for accumulating estrogens as did
normal endometrium. Following injection
of tritiated estradiol the counts were high
in the endometriosis and adenomyosis and
endometriomas in contrast to control tissues such as fat and muscle (24). Hyperplastic nodules in the mammary glands
also accumulated estradiol.
Interstitial cell tumors (icts) of the
testes also appear in estrogen treated mice
of some inbred strains. Some of these
tumors produce estrogens and some produce androgens; their hosts have large
accessory genital organs. The tendency to
have icts is transmitted as a dominant
genetic factor, that is, when mice from a
susceptible and a non-susceptible strain
were hybridized, the offspring acquired
testicular tumors when exposed to estrogens (25). For many years we thought
that the estrogen modified the production
of pituitary gonadotrophins, and this may
be true, because we have not been able to
induce these tumors in hypophysectomized
mice. It is possible to transplant testes
from young mice. When testes from young
mice of tumor susceptible and non-susceptible donors were transplanted into an F1
hybrid host, the testis from the susceptible
donor became tumorous if estrogens were
given (26). The tendency to become tu-
morous was in the testis, not in the pituitary; because both testes transplants
should be under similar pituitary hormonal influence.
Attempts were made to determine
whether or not estrogens tended to concentrate in or be retained longer in the
interstitial cells of testes of mice of SUSceptible strains, but we could find no significant differences (27).
We knew that the interstitial cell tumors
did concentrate estradiol much as do such
tissues or organs as the pituitary, uterus
and vagina (28). When tritiated estradiol
was injected the nuclei of the tumor cells
accumulated large amounts of radioactivity. This was revealed by autoradiographs
of dried touch-imprints and frozen dried
sections of the tumors. The binding in the
nucleus can be readily removed by water
or organic solvents. The retention of tritiated estradiol in the tumors was compared
with that of other tissues after extraction
of the free estrogens and measurement in
scintillation counters. Different tumors
bind different amounts of estradiol. Chromatographic separation revealed that over
90% of the radioactivity was estradiol;
the remainder was approximately equal
amounts of estrone and estriol.
The interstitial tumors are generally
transplantzble into hosts of the same
strain. Some will grow only in female
hosts, others prefer male hosts, and some
do not discriminate. Furthermore, they
differ in their rates of growth and the endocrine influences that they have on their
hosts; some produce estrogenic effects,
others androgenic effects and others have
mixed effects.
Those tumors that tended to be most dependant upon the female host tended to
bind the largest amount of estradiol. Those
that grew most rapidly were least influenced by the hormonal status of the host
and generally retained less estradiol.
Pituitary tumors have been induced in
mice of some strains in several different
ways. In our laboratory they appear in
estrogen treated mice of the two inbred
strains (29) and in their hybrids. From
75-83% of the F1 hybrids had pituitary
tumors and approximately 25% of the
back crosses to the non-susceptible strains.
Also pituitary tumors appear in transplants
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or grafts of pituitary glands from mice of
the same strains to different sites in the
body, for example, in subcutaneous sites
or even in the testes (30). Although tumors appeared most consistently in mice
of some inbred strains, they have also appeared in transplanted pituitary glands in
some hosts from strains that have never
had such tumors after estrogen treatment
(31). Few mice of some strains can be
observed for long periods because the pituitary transplants cause the appearance of
mammary cancers at early ages. Other investigators have observed pituitary tumors
in mice and rats rendered hypothyroid
( 32-33 ) .
The pituitary tumors usually appear in
mice surviving 400 to 900 days. They have
been transplanted into hosts of the same
strain or hybrid group. Some of them grow
only in estrogen-treated hosts and some
show a preference for either male or
female hosts. Some tumors produce
lactogenic hormone; female mice bearing
these tumors have well developed and
secreting mammary glands, and the males
show hyperplastic prostate glands. Other
transplanted pituitary tumors produce
growth-hormone effects; the hosts attain
weights of over 60 grams. Some tumors
produce both lactogenic and growth hormone effects as determined by host responses. A few of the tumors produce
adrenotrophic hormone effects; the adrenal
glands of the hosts become greatly enlarged, and the hosts become extremely
obese.
The cells of most of the tumors contain
secretory granules (34). In some cells
they are of uniform size, but generally
they were variable; in some cells they
ranged from 250 to 900 nm. within a
single cell. Granules of the larger sizes
and often of unusual shapes are often seen.
Two lines of our transplanted pituitary
tumors showed intracisternal C-type viral
particles.
The transplanted pituitary glands produce a luteotrophic effect. The hosts show
prolonged estrous cycles. The average
lengths of the cycles of mice with 1, 2, 3,
or 4 pituitary grafts were 16, 17, 23, and
32 days respectively (30).
The transplanted pituitary glands were
not prevented from the production or re-
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lease of lactogen in hormone by proximity
to the lactogen inhibiting factor from the
hypothalmus (35). Continuous exposure
to estrogens may effect the inhibiting factor. A high percent (about 80% ) of the
nuclei of cells in the intact pituitary gland
will bind estradiol; and almost all of the
nuclei of the glandular cells of some of
the transplanted pituitary glands, and of
some of the primary and transplanted
tumors bind estradiol as revealed by autoradiography (31). The transplanted pituitary glands may bind more estradiol than
the intact pituitary, but usually the
amounts obtained per unit of weight are
less, probably because of the presence of
stroma or capsule in variable amounts in
the transplanted glands.
It has not been possible to account for
the strain differences in tumor susceptability by differences in the uptake of estradiol
by the pituitary glands or by differences in
estradiol retention. Neither have preliminary studies revealed strain differences in
the uptake of estradiol in the hypothalmus.
Ovarian tumors were first reported to develop in mice following X-irradiation (36).
Subsequently they were noted to appear in
ovaries transplanted into the spleens of
gonadectomized hosts (37), in ovaries removed and transplanted to their original
site (38) or to other parts of the body,
especially in males. Genetic deficiency in
primordial germ cells (39) and autoimmune regression of the ovary are also associated with appearance of ovarian tumors. In summary, a n early and extensive
reduction in number of ova without complete devitalization of the ovary seems to
initiate ovarian neoplasia. The ovarian
tumors are most frequently granulosa cell
tumors. Luteomas and trabecular adenomas also appear. The granulosa cell tumors usually produce estrogenic effects in
the host.
The ovarian tumors can be prevented
by hormonal treatment. If estrogens are
injected after a mouse has been irradiated
the ovaries will regress, but the neoplastic
transformation does not occur. The injection of androgens did not prevent ovarian
tumors, in fact, ovaries transplanted into
the testis became tumorous.
Prolonged periods of exposure to
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induced by estrogens in mice with some
vertically transmitted specific antigenic
components. The tumors of the endocrine
glands usually retain to variable degrees
the characteristic functional qualities of
the gland of origin and may be dependent
upon specific hormonal environments for
their persistence and growth. Under some
conditions hormones may be used to prevent specific tumors.
unusual hormonal environments created
by the application of extrinsic hormones,
i.e., estrogens, or hormonal imbalances
created internally by specific procedures
result in the appearance of tumors and
cancers. In addition to those organs or
glands that were mentioned in some detail
here, tumors can be induced readily in
the thyroid, suprarenal cortex (40) and
the mammary gland. Lymphomas may be
DEATHS FROM CANCER IN THE UNITED STATES (1948 and 1968)
Total and with genital cancers
Total
Total
Breast
Uterus
Ovary
Prostate
1948
Number
207.721
191162
17,120
7.287
11 1758
55,327
1968
Percent
Number
Percent
-
318.547
28;816
12,759
9,489
16,848
67,912
(9.0)
(3.7)
(3.0)
(5.3)
(21.3)
(9.2)
(8.2)
(3.5)
(5.6j
(26.6)
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36. Furth, J., and J. S. Butterworth. Neoplastic
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general irradiation with X-rays. 11. Ovarian
tumors and associated lesions. Am. J. Cancer,
28: 66-95, 1936.
37. Li, M. H., and W. U. Gardner. Tumors in
intrasplenic ovarian transplants in castrated
mice. Science, 205: 13-15, 1947.
38. Gardner, W. U. Tumorigenesis in transFlanted irradiated and non-irradiated ovaries.
J. Natl. Cancer Inst., 26: 829-853, 1961.
39. Russel, E. S., and E. Fekete. Analysis of the
W-seried pleiotropism in the mouse: effect of
WvWy substitution on definitive germ cells
and on ovarian tumorigenesis. J. Natl. Cancer Inst., 21: 365-381, 1958.
40. Woolley, G., E. Fekete and C. C. Little. Mammary tumor development in mice ovariectm
mized at birth. Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci., 25: 277279, 1939.
MINUTES OF THE EXECUTIVE
COMMITTEE MEETING
The
Executive
Committee
met
at
8 : O O p.m., Sunday, April 8, 1973, and
again on Monday, April 9, at 9:00 a.m.
The Secretary-Treasurer reported that
the Auditing Committee for 1973 had examined the financial statements of both
the General Fund and the Journal Trust
Fund of the Association for 1972 and
found them to be in order. He briefly discussed some of the major items of expense
for the year, and the reports were approved.
A report on the membership was made;
and the lists of members three years in
arrears in payment of their dues, deceased,
reinstated, relieved of dues or whose addresses are unknown were considered.
President Gardner requested that the
Secretary-Treasurer review the minutes of
the interim meeting of the Executive Committee that was held at the OHare Inn,
Chicago, Illinois, September 28 and 29,
1972. The following is a summary of his
report :
( 1 ) After considering the report of the
Educational Aff airs-Learning Resources Committee, the Executive
Committee decided that not more
than one-half day should be devoted to educational papers and/or
a symposium at the annual meeting. Depending upon the number
of scientific films submitted, the
teaching films either will be presented with them or in a separate
session. The Executive Committee
decided that it did not wish to have
a separate program devoted to a
demonstration on teaching methods
by anyone designated as a ‘blueribbon teacher.”
( 2 ) The preliminary announcement of
the annual meeting was considered
and rules for authorship determined. Rather than have a formal
banquet, it was decided that a socializer would be held in the Grand
Ball Room of the Waldorf-Astoria
Hotel. The plans for the symposium
on “Environmental Influences on
Embryonic Development” were con-
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sidered and the dates for future
meetings approved. The Executive
Committee voted to accept the invitation of the University of Louisville for 1976 and that of Wayne
State University for 1977.
( 3 ) The request that smoking and nonsmoking areas be designated in the
meeting rooms at the annual meeting was approved.
( 4 ) The Secretary-Treasurer presented
an interim report on finances, membership, resignations and deaths.
He listed some of the major expenditures that would be incurred
prior to the April meeting, including the cost of publishing the new
Directory of Departments of Anatomy. Although the new Directory
would be distributed free to the
members of the Association, the
Executive Committee decided that
future editions may have to be sold
because of the high cost of production. President Gardner requested that the Journal Trust Fund
Committee make a report along
with recommendations at the next
meeting of the Executive Committee, and he specifically wished information on the status of the investment portfolio and the legal
and constitutional aspects of this
money and its intended use.
(5) Committee Reports. The report of
the Nominating Committee appeared in the Anatomical News.
In response to a request from the
Educational Aff airs-Learning Resources Committee that the Executive Committee name a subcommittee to evaluate new audiovisual
materials, it was decided that responsibility for this should be assumed by the National Medical
Audiovisual Center. The EALRC
was directed to update “Your
Career in Anatomy.” After the necessary materials and information
have been collected, the Executive
Committee will review the plan
and consider hiring a professional
writer to prepare the final copy.
In response to a request that T h e
Anatomical Record and T h e Ameri-
can Journal of Anatomy print formal addresses presented at educational symposia, it was decided that
these journals should be reserved
for original scientific articles; however, if the organizers of a symposium wish to publish a synopsis
of the session i n the Proceedings
of the annual meeting, it would be
considered, subject to review.
In accordance with a request
by the Anatomical Nomenclature
Committee, Drs. Burton L. Baker
and Alvin F. Weber were named
as members of the Subcommittee
on Histology.
The problem of developing a n
adequate history of the Association
was considered in great detail. It
was decided that Dr. George E.
Erikson should be appointed as the
Archivist-Historian of the AAA for
a two-year term appointment. The
Committee directed Dr. Erikson to
submit a n outline to the Executive
Committee in April showing how he
intends to pursue the project and
to provide a complete catalog of all
materials he has collected relating
to the history of the American ASsociation of Anatomists by the
next interim meeting.
( 6 ) Wistar Journals. Some of the
problems associated with rising
costs of publishing the Wistar journals were considered. It was decided to ask Mr. Edgar Schewe,
Director of the Wistar Press, to
make a report at the next meeting.
The suggestion that photographs
of deceased members be added to
the customary memorial written
for the Proceedings was approved,
but the Executive Committee voted
not to recommend “Festschrifts” in
the anatomical journals. A modification of the “Guiding Principles
for Experimental Procedures” (Decclaration of Helsinki) will be prepared and recommended for a d o p
tion by the three anatomical
journals.
( 7 ) International Anatomical Congress.
President Gardner appointed a
committee consisting of Drs. Ray-
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mond H. Kahn, Paul K. Nakane,
Charles H. Sawyer, Jerome Sutin
and Roland H. Alden, Chairman,
to prepare an application for a
travel grant to assist members to
attend the International Anatomical Congress that will be held in
Tokyo, Japan, i n 1975.
( 8 ) Manpower Assessment.
In response to a request by Dr. N. B.
Everett, Chairman of the Anatomical Sciences Training Grant Committee of the NIGMS, suggesting
that the Association assume responsibility for an on-going manpower assessment in the discipline,
the Executive Committee decided
to work in collaboration with the
Association of Anatomy Chairmen.
( 9 ) National Medal of Science. Dr.
George Palade will be nominated
by the American Association of
Anatomists for the President’s National Medal of Science.
(10) New Business. President Gardner
stated that there were several
points in our constitution that
should be reconsidered. He indicated that the President, President-Elect and Secretary-Treasurer
would function as a committee to
consider the constitution in detail
and have a report ready for the
next meeting.
There was a discussion about
how the AAA should be represented
in the Pan-American Association of
Anatomists. This will be considered
at the next meeting.
The Secretary-Treasurer reported that
838 ballots were cast in the 1973 election.
The results were examined by the Executive Committee and are included in the
report of the General Meeting.
A comprehensive report on the activities of the Educational Aff airs-Learning
Resources Committee was submitted by its
chairman, M. Roy Schwarz. A brief summary of this report was presented at the
Annual Business Meeting by President
Gardner. The following is a more detailed
summary :
The Educational Aff airs-Learning Resources Committee is vitally concerned
about the proper balance between investi-
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gative interests of the Association and the
educational responsibilities. They propose
that educational programs should be evident at all meetings of the Association.
The Committee recommended a symposium in the form of a debate entitled
“Anatomical Sciences in Medical Education : Who Should Determine Content?”
for the 1973 annual meeting. The one-half
day allotted to the Committee was divided
equally between papers relating to educational events and the symposium. The
EALRC recommended that a session on
educational papers be repeated in a yearly
basis as long as the quality of the papers
is sufficient to justify continuation or until
there is no longer an expression of interest
on the part of the Association. The members consider the selection of abstracts as
a n zbsolute essential part of the program
if the quality of the offerings is to remain
i n the acceptable range. Fifteen abstracts
were received, and of these six were chosen
for presentation at the New York meeting.
The Educational Affairs-Learning Resources Committee requested an endorsement from the Association for a subcommittee to meet a t least once each year at
the National Medical Audiovisual Center
in Atlanta for the purpose of reviewing
films and tapes and for the purpose of
developing the necessary evaluation forms
and a rating which would be of use to
anatomists who are potential users of the
anatomical films. Although the Executive
Committee felt this activity should be conducted outside of the Association by
NMAC, President Gardner provided a list
of individuals who might serve on the
subcommittee. A request by the EALRC
for the Executive Committee to reaffirm its
desire to have “Your Career in Anatomy”
revised was approved, and instructions
were issued to submit an outline of its
content and cost estimates by the interim
meeting in Chicago. The Executive Committee voted a budget for this endeavor.
I n addition it asked the EALRC to develop
plans for a one-half day workshop on education to be held on Monday morning of
the Cleveland meeting.
The following report was received from
Dr. Raymund L. Zwemer, Chairman of the
Committee on Anatomical Nomenclature :
“The Committee met in Dallas a t the
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time of the annual meeting and outlined
plans for 1972-1973. They recommended
that a n application be made €or support
of U.S. participation in the International
Anatomical
Nomenclature Committee
(IANC). With the aid of Dr. John E.
Pauly, Secretary-Treasurer of the AAA, a n
application was made for a three-year
grant which has been approved by the
National Library of Medicine - LM 01810.
This will take care of travel expenses for
members of working groups in this
country and abroad and also provides for
travel money to Tokyo in 1975.
“It was suggested that neuroanatomy be
given special study, and a working group
plans to meet at 8:00 p.m., April 8, 1973,
under the chairmanship of Dr. David
Bodian. The U.S. Subcommittee on Histology plans to meet at 9 : 30 a.m., Monday,
April 9, under the chairmanship of Dr.
Thomas Hunt. The revision of Nomina
Embryologica was delayed because of the
illness of Dr. Watterson, but he recently
has been replaced by Dr. Dorothea Rudnick; and a small group of consultants in
embryological terminology will meet Sunday, April 8, a t 4 : O O p.m. All three working groups will report a t the meeting of
the Committee on Anatomical Nomenclature on Tuesday, April 10, at 9:00 a.m.
i n the Park Avenue Suite of the WaldorfAstoria Hotel.”
Dr. James M. Sprague, Chairman of the
Committee on the Charles Judson Herrick
Award Fund, announced that the 1973
award will be presented to Dr. Joseph L.
Price of the Washington University School
of Medicine. Dr. Walle J. H. Nauta will
rotate off the committee, and Dr. Jerome
Sutin will be added. Dr. Richard P. Bunge
will replace Dr. Sprague as chairman.
An extensive summary of progress and
plans for the future was received from
Dr. George E. Erikson, the ArchivistHistorian. He has established archives for
the Association and is in the process of
gathering basic data and reference analyses for the preparation of a history. Biographical materials he has collected include black and white portraits, informal
photographs, and tape-recorded interviews
including those from Drs. Arey, Batson,
Boyden, Corner, Cowdry, Cowan, Crosby,
Cummins, Gardner, Goss, Grant, Hines,
Huber, Leake, Ramsay, Romer, J. Saunders, Shanklin and Trotter. Transcripts of
the recorded interviews are being prepared
with support of a contract from the Oral
History Office of the National Library of
Medicine, and this same contract also will
help pay for some of the travel expenses
involved in conducting further interviews.
Curricula vitarum and bibliographies of
individual members, letters, minutes, reports, journals, notes and so forth are
being gathered from past officers, members of former historical committees and
the office of the Secretary-Treasurer. Dr.
Erikson also is collecting photographs acid
slides of physical facilities associated with
the discipline and the histories of institutions in the form of books, reprints, catalogs and brochures.
Dr. Erikson is studying comparable
archives in various libraries and is negotiating with the National Library of Meciicine to act ultimately as a depository of
the materials. He has made Xerox copies
of many records and is in the process (of
preparing a reference sheet on every mernber of the Association up to the Second
World War. He is building a selected reprint collection of major contributions to
anatomy and intends to develop a subject
code and computer program to aid in the
analysis of all of the materials. Financial
support for his office has been obtained
from AAA, the Biomedical History Fund
of Brown University and the Oral History
Office of the National Library of Medicine.
Plans for the writing and publication
of a history of the Association are in
progress. Dr. Erikson suggested that the
hard data and their analyses be placed in
a n appendix and that the root-and-stem
history be divided into events occurring
before the foundation of the Association,
those that occurred before World War I,
and those that occurred between the wars.
He thinks that the history of the entire
Association after World War I1 might be
handled by developing individual histories
of each of the major specialty branches.
The Archivist-Historian intends to appeal to departmental chairmen to send
him information on senior members of the
Association, both living and dead, historical information about their individual institutions, and suggestions for contributors
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the trust property was to be sold and
the proceeds divided among the shareholders.
2. On or about April 2, 1920, Franklin
P. Mall and Charles S. Minot having
died, and G. Carl Huber and Henry H.
Donaldson having been duly appointed
Trustees in their place, the three
Trustees, George S. Huntington, G .
Carl Huber and Henry H. Donaldson
conveyed The American Journal of
Anatomy and The Anatomical Record
Journal Trust Fund of the
to the Wistar Institute of Anatomy and
American Association of Anatomists
Biology. These journals had been origiEarly History
nally published by the trust and later
The Association of American Anatounder lease had been published by the
mists was founded in 1888. From the beWistar Institute. This conveyance furginning its Proceedings, published sepather provided that if the Wistar Instirately and by the Association, carried
tute should desire to dispose of the
both abstracts of papers presented at its
magazines or discontinue their publimeetings and original articles in full. This
cation, they should offer them to the
arrangement persisted through 1900.
Trustees of the Anatomical Journal
The American Journal of Anatomy was
Trust at a nominal figure, all as more
founded in 1901 and carried a n acknowlfully set forth in said conveyance.
edgment of contributions to a reserve en- 3. Before the above mentioned conveydowment fund which made the establishance to the Wistar Institute a voting
ment of this journal possible. It also notes
majority of the shares had been surits designation as the official journal of
rendered, or their surrender had been
the Association of American Anatomists.
promised in writing to the Trustees,
A brief history of these transactions and
and the fund had been converted into
the establishment of the trust was rea memorial to Charles S. Minot.
corded in 1936 by H. H. Donaldson. This 4. Thereafter, George S. Huntington and
is published in pp. 13 and 14 of the supG. Carl Huber died and Charles R.
plement to Vol. 65 of The Anatomical
Stockard and George W. Corner were
Record, 1936.
appointed Trustees by Henry H. Donaldson, the surviving Trustee, and
The Minot Memorial Fund: Dr. Henry H.
said Trustees now possess and hold
Donaldson made the following statethe funds of said trust consisting of
ment to the Association :
cash and securities in accordance with
WHEREAS,
Schedule “ A hereto annexed, and
1. On May 9, 1901, George S. HuntingHenry H. Donaldson is the Secretaryton, Franklin P. Mall and Charles S.
Treasurer of the said trust, and has
Minot as Trustees, made an agreement
custody of the funds for the said
with subscribers to receive and hold
Trustees.
funds for the purpose of publishing
a journal devoted to original investigaDeclaration of Trust
tions in anatomy and allied science.
The undersigned, HENRY H. DONALDFunds were subscribed for this purpose and certificates issued to sub- SON, CHARLES R. STOCKARD and G. W.
scribers, and it was provided in the CORNER, hereby declare
trust agreement that any vacancy in 1. That they are Trustees of the fund
known as “ANATOMICAL JOURNAL
the Trustees should be filled by the reTRUST.”
maining trustees, and further, that the
trust should not continue for more 2. That said fund consists of cash and
securities set forth in Schedule “ A
then twenty (20) years), at which time
to special chapters of the volume. He will
do the same with the past officers of the
Association. Finally, he will appeal to the
membership at large for information via
the Anatomical News.
In response to the request from the
President made at the interim meeting of
the Executive Committee, Dr. Russell T.
Woodburne, Chairman of the Journal
Trust Fund of the American Association
of Anatomists, made the following report:
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AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF ANATOMISTS
hereto annexed and that they hold the the funds of the trust. It is the intenticn
said funds for the purpose of collect- of the Association to hold the corpus of
ing the income thereon and applying this fund intact, as a safeguard against
the income and so much of the princi- possible emergencies in the publication of
pal as may be deemed by the Trustees anatomical journals in which the Associaexpedient in the assistance of the pub- tion may be interested; and to employ the
lication of original investigations of income as may seem advisable and proper,
anatomy and allied science, and for in view of the Association’s status as a
the purpose of publishing T h e Ameri- non-profit corporation, to promote the
can Journal of Anatomy and T h e Ana- publication and diffusion of anatomical
tomical Record, should the same be liter a ture .”
turned back by the Wistar Institute
Recent History
to the Trustees.
The ofice of the Secretary-Treasurer
3. That the trust is held by the Trustees
as a Memorial to Charles S. Minot and has not had a continuous record of the
that no part of the funds of said trust capital, income, and disbursements of the
shall inure to the benefit of any private Journal Trust Fund, but yearly summaries
appear in the Proceedings from 1948 on.
individual.
4. That the said trust may endure in When I assumed the ofice in 1964, the
perpetuity but may at any time be ter- following inventory of securities and thie
minated by the Trustees in their sole valuation thereon were transmitted to me.
discretion and the funds turned over
General Mills
to any scientific institution.
15 shares preferred stock at
$1,854.84
5. Any vacancy in the ofice of Trustee
Duquesne Light Co.
60 shares common stock at
1,053.75
shall be filled by the remaining
General Motors Corp.
Trustees or Trustee by appointment of
30 shares common stock at
982.56
a person chosen from among the
Northern States Power
present or former officers of the Ameri15 shares preferred stock at
1,541.55
Standard Oil Co.
can Association of Anatomists, the ap24 shares common stock at
945.12
pointment and its acceptance to be in
United States Savings Bonds,
writing.
Series H
10,000.00
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, we have
Security
valuation
$16,377.82
hereunto set our hands and seals this
26th day of March, 1936.
In addition, cash in the amount of
( S i g n e d ) HENRYH. DONALDSON,$3,855.86 was turned over for a total of
CHARLES
R. STOCKARD, $20,233.68.
GEORGE
W. CORNER.
The earliest purchase dates represented
Doctor Donaldson stated in lieu of in these securities were February, March
“Schedule A referred to in the state- and April of 1955. It is evident from the
ment, that the funds of the Minot acquisition dates that income was acMemorial Fund now have a capital cumulated and invested as it accumulated
value of about $12,000, and have throughout the ensuing years, the U.S.
been placed in the care of the Girard government bonds representing 1960 and
1962 investments. (Series H bonds return
Trust Company of Philadelphia.
regular dividends by check and these are
This fund thus became the Journal currently yielding 5.55% .)
Trust Fund. Its establishment and the inDuring my 8-year term as Secretarytentions of the Association with respect Treasurer, the preferred stock of General
to it are covered in a resolution adopted Mills was called and the proceeds added
at the 60th session, in 1947. This resolu- to investable funds. Purchased during the
tion, now listed as resolution # l , reads: period of 1964-1972 were:
“Resolved, that the Secretary-Treasurer
100 shares Crocker National Corp.
shall accept, on behalf of the Association,
(holding company for Crocker
from the Trustees of the Anatomical JourNational Bank and subsidiaries
nal Trust Fund (Minot Memorial Fund)
of California). 10 shares were
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added as stock dividend i n 1967.
Inventory - $4,139.50
50 shares Duquesne Light Co.,
common
1,092.78
70 shares General Motors Corp.,
common
5,550.92
51 shares Standard Oil Co. (N.J.),
common
3,196.99
Disbursements during the years have
been infrequent; the subvention of colored
reproductions or of other publication costs
approved by the Committee on the Journal
Trust, and in one case the underwriting
of an extra volume of the Journal o f Comparative Neurology to achieve balance of
publication with backlog. (Perhaps $7,000
total.)
Analysis o f Portfolio
The present portfolio is made up of topgrade investments, which, partially purchased at lower stock price periods, yield
a very respectable return. These are:
current procedures should be made with
caution so long as the Association’s objectives remain the same. It would be
possible to increase our yield by shifting
to sound industrial bonds perhaps, especially the Crocker and Northern States
Power. A conservative attitude and investment policy is, however, required in such
a trusteeship. Alteration in the objectives
of the Association with respect to this fund
would be a matter for the Association
membership to decide.
R. T. WOODBURNE,
Chairman
in consultation and wibh the
concurrence of the committee.
2/15/73
Report on the Meeting of the
National Society for Medical Research
February 11, 1973
T h e Palmer House, Chicago, Illinois
Dr. David L. Berliner told the NSMR
that increasingly the use of human subjects in biomedical research is coming
Cost
Yield
under fire by Congress which can be ex110 shares
Crocker National Cow.
pected to pass strong legislation against
common
$ 4,139.50 4.3%
it in the future. Moreover, since the mem110 shares
bers of Congress assign only a questionDuquesne Light Co.
able value to most “clinical research,” they
common
2,146.55 8.5%
100 shares
will doubtless insist on adopting policies
General Motors Cow.
that will insure that such research is ethicommon
6,533.48 5.6%
cal and aware of “human rights.” Guide15 shares
lines, or the lack of them, regulating the
Northern States Power Co.
preferred
1,541.55 4.0%
use of subjects with “limited freedom” (in75 shares
mates of prisons and other state instituExxon Corp. (Std. Oil N.J.)
tions) are of particular concern. Dr. Bercommon
4,142.11 7.25%
liner emphasized that unless specific
United S a t e s Savings Bonds,
directions, acceptable to Congress, are
Series H
10,000.00 5.55%
adopted by research institutions, the use
$28,503.19
The inventory value in 1964 of ap- of “volunteer” human subjects may be
proximately $20,000, may be compared abolished by law.
Voicing the same concerns about the
to a 1972 inventory value approaching
$29,000, in spite of some disbursements. proper care of laboratory animals, DT.BerCurrent market value of the portfoIio is liner urged that the new NIH regulations
be strictly adhered to. Despite great efapproximately $32,000.
forts to improve animal resources in this
Interpretation and Recommendations
country, practically no funds are availAlthough lacking a complete early in- able in the Division of Research Resources.
vestment history of the Journal Trust, i t
Dr. Berliner predicted the gloomiest outmay be said that the objectives of the look for the 1973-1974 budget, which is
Association as reflected in resolution #1 lower than was stated in 1972. Since
have and are being met. The portfolio is “moral commitments” are no longer valid,
of fiduciary quality, the yield is good and funds already committed may be severely
the appreciation of the inventory is ap- cut back. However, the Cancer Institute
proximately 10% /annum. Alterations of will receive an increase of $127 million
Inventory
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AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF ANATOMISTS
and rhe Heart and Lung Institutes a n increase of $41 million over their 1972 budgets, The rest of the Institutes may experience a reduction that will equal the
amount of these increases. Sharp reductions in General Research Support Grants
have already been made and will increase.
All research training grants will be phased
out: present commitments to trainees will
be honored but no new trainees will be
accepted. In addition, the Research Career
Development Award will honor its current
commitments but except for those already
receiving support, no other additional
funds will be granted. All programs u p for
continued renewal will be drastically
reduced.
Dale Schwindemann from the USDA
discussed the problems that confront biomedical scientists from local, national,
and international societies whose aim is
to protect animals from man’s cruelty.
The United Action for Animals, for example, has sponsored a House Resolution
621 which recommends that tissue cultures and computer models be substituted
for experimental animals. Currently, the
USDA is concerned about whether the
“psychological” requirements of caged dogs
and cats are being adequately met. Such
concern and restrictive regulations, if
successful, will no doubt extend to other
laboratory animals. Stiffened regulations
have already made the importation of animals increasingly cumbersome. Concern
for the humane treatment of animals and
their “psychological needs” will lead to new
regulations about proper methods of euthanasia, about doubling the cage space
for dogs and cats, and about better facilities in general. And all this is being
legislated without any consideration of
cost and with the knowledge that funds to
meet these demands are not available.
Talk continues about protecting endangered species, but there are all sorts of
arbitrary and sometimes conflicting opinions about which species are endangered.
The NSMR was surprisingly unconcerned
about these animals and recommended
that the authorities of the countries from
which the endangered species are obtained
make the final decisions. This recommendation erraneously assumes that these native countries know best, and neglect the
fact that the animals are the moral responsibility of all sentient beings.
Your representative recommends that
no biomedical scientist ignore these advance warnings. If we fail to do something as a group, we may have to live
under legislation imposed on us by those
who are guided either by emotion (the
lay public) or by professional zeal (the
veterinarians) or by both.
WILLIAM MONTAGNA
Oficial Representative to NSMR
Dr. David Bodian stated that the National Research Council has not met recently, and therefore he had no report of
its activities.
Arthur LaVelle submitted the following
report on the Biological Stain Commission:
“The latest annual meetings of the Commission were held in Louisville, Kentucky,
on May 19, 1972. One was a n open, general meeting; the other, which followed,
was a private meeting of the Board of
Trustees. The first few moments of the
general meeting were passed in silent
meditation in remembrance of Dr. Conway Zirkle, who died on March 28, 1972.
Dr. Zirkle, a botanist, was a former president of the Commission and was long active in its affairs.
“The following items concern the activities of the Commission :
“Of 206 dye samples tested by the Commission laboratory in Rochester, New
York, 179 were certified. Label sales
totaled 132,382. This figure was 8% below that for the previous year. A deadline in label sales over the past several
years may be related to reduced purchases
by governmental defense supply agencies.
(For a brief on the method of issuance of
labels and on the objectives of the Commission, please refer to last year’s report :
AAA Proc., Anat. Rec., 174: 83.) Among
dye samples rejected for dye content and/
or unsatisfactory staining were Safranin 0
( 5 ) , thionin (4), Eosin ( 3 ) , auramine 0,
orcein, Bismark brown, brilliant green,
Congo red, Jenner’s, Giemsa, Resazurin,
analine blue and fluorescein iso-thiocyanate. (The significance of purity of this
last dye, for immunofluorescent staining,
was also indicated in last year’s report.)
“Publications of the Commission in-
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clude the journal, Stain Technology, and
the 8th edition of H. J. Conn’s BioZogica2
Stains and Staining Procedures (newly
edited and now in the hands of the publisher). In Stain Technology for 1972, a
total of 79 manuscripts (45 domestic, 34
foreign in origin) were published. Ninetyfive submitted manuscripts, on the other
hand, were rejected.
“An account was given during the
meetings of efforts in Germany to develop
an organization to standarize the production of high quality biological stains. The
ways and extent to which the Commission
might aid or cooperate with a European
group and the possibility of ultimate international standards for biological stains
were discussed.
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of Anatomy into a n Integrated Medical
Curriculum.” Ninety-nine persons from 16
states and representing 27 schools of medicine registered for the 12th annual meeting of the Southern Society of Anatomists
held under the auspices of the University
of Arkansas Medical Center, November
15-18, 1972. There were 46 papers on
the program, and the abstracts were published in the January, 1973, issue of The
Journal of the South Carolina Medical
Association.
Appointments to various committees
and councils were discussed by the officers
and members of the Executive Committee,
and the persons approved are listed in the
report of the Annual Business Meeting.
The authorization of payments to the
National Society for Medical Research, the
ARTHURLAVELLE
International Anatomical Nomenclature
Member, Biological S t a i n Commission
Committee, the Council of Academic SoDr. C. Murphy Combs, Director of the cieties of the Association of American
AAA Placement Service, reported that in- Medical Colleges, the Scientifk Manpower
formation sheets explaining the service Commission and the Local Committee for
functions and blank forms to be filled out 1974 were recommended; these also are
by those wishing to be listed were mailed listed i n the minutes of the Annual Busito 176 departments. One hundred three ness Meeting.
The Executive Committee reaffirmed the
individuals were listed, and of these 76
had received their doctorate during the nominations of Professor M. W. Woerdepast three years or were anticipating com- m a n for honorary membership in the Aspleting it during 1973. Ten of the indi- sociation and Dr. Walle Nauta for the
viduals listed currently are residing out- Henry Gray Award. President Gardner
side of the United States or Canada. stated that the committee responsible for
Requests were received for copies of the the selection of the person to receive the
listing from 64 chairmen. To give the Henry Gray Award would name a candiExecutive Committee a n idea of how this date for the Distinguished Achievement
year’s report compared to previous years, Award of Modern Medicine.
Dr. Combs indicated that in 1969-70, 133
A suggestion that departments of anatlistings were included and 46 requests for omy in colleges of podiatry be listed in
copies received; 1970-71, 136 listings and the next Directory of Departments of
51 requests for copies; and 1971-72, 116 Anatomy was considered but not approved.
At the request of President Gardner, Mr.
listings with 52 requests for copies.
A report on the meeting held by the Edgar Schewe, Director of the Wistar Inregional anatomical associations was pre- stitute Press, met with the Executive Comsented by the Secretary-Treasurer. The mittee to discuss the status of the anatomi1972 annual meeting of the Midwest Anat- cal journals. Mr. Schewe reported that in
omists Association was held in Detroit, spite of rising costs of publication, he
Michigan, November 3-5, and the Depart- hopes to keep the prices of subscriptions
ment of Anatomy of the Wayne State Uni- from increasing as long as possible. At the
versity School of Medicine was the host. present time it will not be necessary for
One hundred three persons representing the Association to subsidize publications;
12 states and 23 schools of medicine and although if prices continue to rise, page
osteopathy registered for the meeting charges may be necessary in the future.
which comprised 28 scientific reports and Mr. Schewe reminded the Committee that
a symposium devoted to “The Correlation the Press discounts the subscription price
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of its journals for members. He said he
would write a short note reminding the
membership of this fact for the newsletter.
A considerable amount of time was devoted to a careful examination of the
second draft of the revised constitution of
the Association. A report on these deliberations appears in the Minutes of the Annual
Meeting.
President Gardner indicated that he will
write to Dr. Jerome Sutin, President of the
Association of Anatomy Chairman, asking
for help on manpower assessment within
the profession as soon as possible. It was
agreed that the Federal government may
need exact figures and accurate predictions of future needs in the very near future if there are committee hearings on
the legislation before Congress relative to
the preservation of training grants.
The Secretary-Treasurer was authorized
to purchase reprints of the memorials that
will appear in the Proceedings issue of
The Anatomical Record from the Wistar
Press for distribution to the next of kin
of deceased members. It was decided that
the annual dues for U.S. and Canadian
members will remain at $12.00; and for
members not residing in the United States
or Canada, $4.00; and that the registration fee will be $10.00. The registration fee
for non-members and students will be
$13.00 and $3.00 respectively, this payment to include a copy of the abstracts.
The Executive Committee considered a
list of recommendations proposed for editors of scientific journals which had been
distributed prior to the meeting. This list
suggested that the editors adopt and
recommend to authors guidelines for a
“standardized minimum description of animal treatment” and that these descriptions be included as part of the “methods
and procedures” section of scientific articles. Such should include information
about daily handling, population density,
complexity of the environment, cage type
and bedding material, laboratory noise,
mixing of sexes within the same room,
light-dark cycles, adaptation after transport and even a description of the conditions under which the animals were bred
and raised before shipment. Furthermore
the material suggested that the editorial
boards of journals endorse the principles
embodied in the Declaration of Helsinki
and expect that all investigations involving man will have been conducted in conformity with these principles. In addition
it was recommended that the editorial
boards expect that the “Guiding Principles
in the Care and Use of Animals” will have
been observed in ,dl animal experimentation. In describing surgical procedures OIL
animals, the type and dosage of the anesthetic agent should be specified. Cur&.ing agents are not anesthetics, and if
these substances are used, evidence must
be provided that anesthesia of suitable
grade and duration was employed. The
Executive Committee voted unanimously
that the editorial boards of the anatomical
journals be requested to follow these recommendations and not to accept papers
in which the procedures have not been
followed.
There being no further business, the
meeting was adjourned at 1: 00 p.m.
Respectfully submitted
JOHN E. PAULY
Secretary-Treasure r
Text of telegram sent to President
Richsard M. Nixon on April 11, 1973:
Dear MI. President:
The members of the American Association
of Anatomists at their 86th Annual Meeting, unanimously requested me to transmit
to you their concern about the retrenchments or withdrawals of research training
grants, and the curtailment of support of
postdoctoral and special research fellowships. The sacrifice of biomedical research
training programs will greatly retard development of the scientific manpower required for large applied contracts and the
recently emphasized health-service delivery
programs. The training of practicing physicians will be affected by losses of welltrained teachers and scientists. Our membership of over 2,300 urges that support of
research training be restored. Well trained
and able scientific manpower is a resource
that must be increased to assure continuing
development of new biomedical concepts and
new means for the prevention anid control
of disease. The officers of the Association
will be available to assist you in any possible way.
WILLIAMU. GARDNER
President
PAUL*,S. D., and R. S. SPElRS, Department of
Anatomy, Downstate Medical Center, Brooklyn, New York. Quantitative analysis of granu-
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loma formation: a model for the study of leukocytic capacity to respond to foreign material.
A technique was previously described (Anat.
Rec. 169: 396, 1971) whereby collagenase and
pronase were used for digesting granulomatous
tissue and obtaining viable cell suspensions. By
applying standard hematological procedures, the
suspended cells could be readily counted, identified, and classified.
This report describes changes i n the composition of granulomatous tissue brought about by
the immunosuppressive drug, Dactinomycin
(DACT). 0.60 mg/kg of DACT was injected intraperitoneally 24 hours after either a priming or
challenging subcutaneous injection of alum precipitated tetanus toxoid (APTT). Following a
primary injection, granulomas from DACT
treated mice had a marked reduction i n the total
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cellular content. This was largely due to a reduction in the number of mononuclear cells taking part in the reaction. On the other hand,
DACT did not inhibit the cellular responses i n
animals receiving a challenging injection of the
toxoid, although there was a delay i n the rate
of plasma cell production, Thus the effect of
the drug on the cellular responses was found to
vary depending upon host sensitization to the
toxoid.
These experiments further indicate that the
quantitative analysis of experimentally induced
granulomas can serve as a reliable index of the
host’s capacity to respond to foreign material
and can be used to determine the effects of various anti-inflammatory and immunosuppressive
agents. (Supported by Grant #5T01 GM00379
U.S.P.H.S.)
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MEMORIALS
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WILLIAM ANTOPOL
1903-1972
“You know, I have a n idea . . .” - That
was William Antopol, always with a new
idea, whether it be a concept about some
obscure pathologic condition, a solution to
a diagnostic problem, or advice to a friend.
Because of his ideas, scientists know a
little more, patients suffer a little less, people have a healthier world and the world
has healthier people. On June 19, 1972,
science and society lost this fountain of
ideas and knowledge, of compassion and
warmth. The distinguished scientist died
while attending the American Medical Association meeting in San Francisco,
Dr. Antopol’s life began 69 years ago, in
New York City. He graduated from the
College of the City of New York (1923)
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and received his medical degree from the
Long Island College of Medicine (1927).
Following an internship at Brookdale Hospital in Brooklyn, he was awarded the
George Blumenthal (1928) and the Theodore Escherich (1929) Fellowships in
Pathology at the Mount Sinai Hospital. In
1930, at age 27, he published the first of
his 216 papers. His eagerness for broader
knowledge took him to Vienna (1931)
where he was privileged to study under the
renowned Professors Pick, Silverstein and
Rothberger. He returned to Mount Sinai
where he was inspired and motivated for
scientific investigations in the scholarly
atmosphere created by men like Klemperer,
Otani and Shwartzman. In 1932, he was
awarded his first grant by the American
Medical Association for studies on acetyl-
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choline and cholinesterase. This was the
beginning of an outstanding career in
medical research which gained for him
international reputation. His investigations
covered a broad spectrum of pathophysiologic phenomena ranging from the effects
of sulfonamides, vitamins and cortisme,
to the mechanisms of the Schwartzman
reaction and drug addiction.
Meanwhile, an established pathologist,
he became Director of Laboratories and
Research at Beth Israel Hospital in
Newark, N. J. (1935-49). In 1949 he was
appointed Pathologist-In-Chief, Director of
Laboratories and Research at Beth Israel
Hospital in New Cork, an institution to
which he devoted the latter part of his
professional life. In 1955 his life was
saddened by the early death of his beloved
wife, Bella, who gave him their two sons.
Dr. Michael Antopol and Stephen Antopol,
a medical student at New York University.
An old proverb known to woodsmen
says: “A tree is best measured when it is
down.” The tree is down but it is still hard
to assess its dimensions.
I have known William Antopol since
1956. He was to me a father, a teacher and
a friend. He was a father to anyone who
sought his advice and guidance, and a
teacher to all who came to share his vast
experience and knowledge of science and
of life. He was a friend to those who sought
his friendship and even to those who did
not. His personality was radiant and inspiring, and his ideals and principles have enriched the lives and influenced the careers
of many. Most of his students and associates reached high-ranking positions. He
was proud of their accomplishments, for
in part, they were his accomplishment.
The laboratories were his world, his home,
and his purpose. The care of patients was
utmost consideration; his research a dream
and a hope to improve that care.
Dr. Antopol’s imagination and creativity,
and the unparalleled depth and range of
his knowledge and interests, make him a
Renaissance man in the 20th century.
Many institutions and organizations sought
his knowledge, experience and leadership.
He was Professor of Pathology at the
Mount Sinai School of Medicine, Professor
of Biology at New York University, consultant and member of the advisory boards
of various institutions, chairman of several
committees, and member of numerous professional societies, including the American
Ass.ociation of Anatomists,
William Antopol died, but part of the
scientist and the man he was will live
forever in our minds and in our souls.
Those of us who had the privilege of being
closer to him will be guided by his principles, his ideals and his philosophy, and
will transfer to our children and to our
students the knowledge and wisdom we
acquired from him.
CHRYSSANTHOSP. CHRYSSANTHOU
WILLIAM BLOOM
1899-1972
Dr. William Bloom, the Charles H. Swift
Distinguished Service Professor Emeritus
of Anatomy and Biophysics at the University of Chicago, died on May 11, 1972,
aged 72. In the American Association of
Anatomists he was a member of the Executive Committee (1946-50) and Vice President (1952-54). Born in Baltimore on
September 15, 1899, he attended the
Friends School and Baltimore City College.
Following brief service in the U. S. Army
in World War I, he received the A.B. and
M.D. degrees from The Johns Hopkins University in 1919 and 1923. He came to
Chicago in 1923 as Associate Pathologist at
Michael Reese Hospital. In 1918 Dr. R. R.
Bensley sought to appoint Alexander
Maximow at the University of Chicago and
this was accomplished in 1922. Dr. Bloom
shortly thereafter came under Maximow’s
influence and he joined the University of
Chicago in 1926 as Smith Foundation Fellow in Anatomy. When Maximow died in
December 1928, he was writing a textbook
of histology. Some sections of the work
have been completed but much of the manuscript was in Russian. At Bensley’s request, William Bloom undertook production of the textbook. Maximow’s notes on
the nervous tissue were sketchy and this
section was written by C. Judson Herrick
and physiological aspects by R. W. Gerard.
The balance of the work was thoroughly
rewritten by William Bloom and the f i s t
edition of this famous textbook appeared
in 1930.
At Chicago, Dr. Bloom became Assistant
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Professor of Anatomy in 1929, Associate
Professor in 1933, Professor in 1941 and
the Charles H. Swift Distinguished Service
Professor in the Department of Anatomy
and Biophysics in 1957. He was Chairman
of the Department of Anatomy, 1941-46,
entered Emeritus status in 1965 and retired in September 1969. He was a member of the National Academy of Sciences,
the American Society of Experimental
Pathologists, the American Society for Cell
Biology, and a founding member of the International Society for Cell Biology. He
was one of three Americans awarded honorary doctoral degrees a t the 600th anniversary of the Jagellonian University, Cracow, Poland, i n 1964. Through his research
and authorship of seven English editions
of Maximow & Bloom, Textbook of Histology, he became recognized as perhaps the
last of the great general histologists. For
the eighth and current (ninth) edition of
this volume he was joined by Don W.
Fawcett. His work on blood formation,
enunciating and extending Maximow’s
views, is presented in the classic chapters
he contributed to Downey’s Handbook of
Hematology. His recognition of the importance of the lymphocyte and of its potential for further differentiation came
many years before the recent advances in
isotopic and other experimental methods
that have established the central role of
this cell in immune reactions.
During the presidency of Robert M.
Hutchins at the University of Chicago in
1930’s, William Bloom and the physiologist
Ralph Gerard were instrumental in revision of the medical curriculum and provided an elective quarter for freshmen to
stimulate research interests. At that time
he worked closely with William Taliaferro
on inflammation and cellular immune reactions and also with Franklin McLean on
bone formation. His wife, Margaret, took
a n active part in these studies. Both of
these programs provided major advances
in our knowledge of the interrelations of
the blood-forming and connective tissues.
At the inception of World War I1 he
undertook, under the auspices of the Committee of Medical Research, to test the
effects of vesicant war gases on animals
and men and the effectiveness of protective ointments and clothing. Tests were
made on over 2,000 men at the Great Lakes
Naval Station. Later in that war, under
what later became the Atomic Energy
Commission, he assembled a research team
to assess the biological effects of irradiation from external and internal sources.
This work was published as Histopathology
of Irradiation. Postwar he collaborated with
Raymond Zirkle on the effects of microbeam irradiation on dividing cells. With
Zirkle he was instrumental in establishing
a Committee (later a Department) of Biophysics at the University of Chicago. Their
research was initially a cinematographic
study of the mitotic process in newt fibroblasts in tissue culture using phase microscopy and focal irradiation of parts of
chromosomes or the spindle with proton
or ultraviolet microbeams. Subsequently,
this work was extended to electron microscopic analysis of changes i n the individual cells which had been previously irradiated. Dr. Bloom’s last publication in 1971,
on the electron microscopic morphology of
chromosomes throughout the mitotic cycle,
was a final example of his meticulous techniques and observations.
William Bloom enjoyed wood carving
and copying in oils, especially from the
French School. He collected early medical
texts and made important donations to
medical school libraries. Most of all he enjoyed helping his students and young colleagues.
WILLIAML. DOYLE
HAROLD SAXTON BURR
1889-1973
Harold Saxon Burr, Ebenezer K. Hunt
Professor Emeritus of Anatomy, Yale University School of Medicine, died February
16, 1973, a t his home in Lyme, Connecticut, at the age of 83. He was born in
Lowell, Massachusetts, in 1889 and came
to Yale where as a n undergraduate he received a Ph.D. degree in 1911. He then
entered the Yale Graduate School, and in
the Department of Zoology he worked in
the field of experimental embryology under
the direction of the famous Professor Ross
G . Harrison. He was among the first of a
large group of students of Harrison’s who
became members of anatomy departments
over the country.
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His dissertation for the Ph.D. degree,
which he received in 1915, was concerned
with transplanted nasal placode in salamander embryos of Amblystoma punctaturn. He was the first investigator to demonstrate hyperplasia of the central nervous
system in the presence of a transplanted
organ system normally associated with
the brain.
Soon after completion of graduate work,
he became Instructor in the Anatomy Department at the Yale University School of
Medicine where he carried on his investigations in experimental embryology and developed courses on the anatomy and functions of the nervous system. He had risen
through the rank of Assistant Professor to
Associate Professor by 1926, when he received a Sterling Fellowship to take a half
year’s leave of absence to study with
Arrian Kappers in the Neurological Institute in Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
Dr. Burr became full Professor in 1929
and was appointed E. K. Hunt Professor in
1933 after Professor Harry B. Ferris retired from that chair. Dr. Burr was a very
successful and popular lecturer and
teacher in the various courses he developed
for both medical and graduate students, a
number of whom pursued research under
his direction.
Dr. Burr’s many publications on the development of the nervous system were expanded in his later years by his development of micro-techniques which he
pioneered in studying electrodynamic systems in parts of the embryonic nervous system and the flow of living protoplasm.
From these studies, he published with Professor F. S. Northrup a philosophical
treatise, “An Electrodynamic Theory of
Life.”
After he became of retirement age in
1958, he spent three years writing and
publishing accumulated data of his many
experiments. He was appointed Honorary
Lecturer from 1961 to 1965 to enable him
to carry on and complete his studies of
electrodynamic systems. He then could enjoy his long devotion to his hobby, painting, which had already given him wide
recognition as an accomplished artist. This
hobby he followed with great pleasure
at his home up to the time of his death.
A portrait of him hangs in the Sterling Hall
of Medicine at Yale. Those who pass i t
and knew him will have happy memories
of his active days.
He was a member of the Society of
Sigma Xi, American Association of Anatomists, American Association of Neurologists, and Research in Nervous Diseases;
and for a short period he was Assistant
Editor of the Yale Journal of Biology and
Medicine and also of Growth. Through his
interest in the history of medicine he was
a member of the Beaumont Club at Yale.
Among other affiliations, he was a Fellow
of Silliman College.
He was the husband of Jean Chandler
and is survived by his son Peter S. Burr
and two grandchildren, Margaret Chandler
Burr and Edward Saxton Burr.
LEONSTANFIELDSTONE
ELEANOR LINTON CLARK
1888-1972
Eleanor Linton Clark was born at Washington, Pennsylvania, December 15, 1888,
and died in New York City, March 7, 1972.
She is survived by a son, Douglas, and at
daughter Peggy Clark Kelley. She graduated from Smith College in 1909 and re.
ceived the M.A. the following year from
Washington and Jefferson College where
her father, Dr. Edwin Linton, was Professor of Biology. She regularly accompanied
her family to Woods Hole, Mass., for the
summer and it was there she met her
future husband, Eliot R. Clark, who was ort
the staff of Professor F. P. Mall at the new
medical school at Johns Hopkins. They
were married in 1911 and from that point
on for more than 50 years they worked as,
a team in scientific investigations. Their
chief scientific interests were in the lifehistories and behavior of living cells in living animals. They had to devise methods
for doing such studies, and they and their
students were singularly successful int
such endeavors. The professional life of Dr
and Mrs. Clark was devoted to promulgating the scientific and educational ideals of’
the type first enunciated in this countq
for anatomy by Dr. Mall. Their academic
life spanned the important period in
American medicine which began with the
first medical faculty at Johns Hopkins and
ended with the current curricular revisions.
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The spirit of inquiry and original scientific 18, 1904, and died July 17, 1972. He had
investigation permeated all their teaching lunched with his wife, Irene, and suffered
and laboratory work for undergraduates a fatal heart attack just after his return
as well as graduate students. They felt to his office.
Dr. Clausen obtained his B.Sc. and
that there should be no fundamental difference in the training of the two classes M.Sc. degrees at the University of Iowa,
of students. It was an intellectually stimu- and the Ph.D. degree from New York University in 1932. He spent from 1932 to
lating environment in which to work.
The laboratory day for Dr. and Mrs. 1937 with Dr. G. K. Noble at the American
Clark usually began about 7 AM and ended Museum of Natural History. From 1937
about 7: 00 PM or later. Long hours of con- to 1942, he was Assistant Professor of
tinuous microscopic study of constantly Anatomy at Colorado; 1942 to 1946, he
changing conditions were essential for ob- was Chairman of Anatomy in the Dental
taining the records they desired. This made School of Loyola University in New
team work necessary and they had evolved Orleans. Following that, he was at the
a system of alternating studies so that it Universities of South Dakota and Arkansas
was possible to carry on other duties with- until the summer of 1958. When the Naout loss of continuity in their camera tional Institutes of Health needed an exlucida, motion picture and other records. perienced and competent individual as
The results of their investigations are in- Executive Secretary of the Anatomy and
corporated in a long series of papers pub- Endocrinology Fellowship review panel, it
lished jointly. The contributions of the was my privilege to place Dr. Clausen’s
two cannot be dissociated one from the name in nomination with a very strong
recommendation. He held this position
other.
Their intensive laboratory life was re- until the spring of 1971, at which time he
lieved by professional and amateur theat- transferred to the virology section of the
ricals (in the latter they often partici- National Cancer Institute.
Harry and Irene Clausen had one child,
pated), by deep interest in political and
economic affairs and by the relaxed atmo- Dr. Philip J. Clausen, who is on the staff
sphere of Woods Hole, Massachusetts, of the University of Minnesota. The three
where they spent the summers. Mrs. Clark Clausens had lake-front property in northchose a self-effacing role in her scientific ern Minnesota, and it was their combined
partnership always deferring to Dr. Clark delight, including Mrs. Philip ClaGsen, to
in public, although one suspects that it develop the property by building their o w n
may have been otherwise sometimes in lovely cabin during several summers and
private since she had a strong will and was to enjoy fishing.
Harry’s research interest was in enpointedly articulate on occasion. Her long
and useful life ended eight years after the docrinology and he published a large
death of Dr. Clark. By choice she lived number of papers in the field. He was a
alone most of that time and suffered some member of numerous organizations among
ill health, but until near the end she had no which were the American Association of
mental impairment and kept in contact Anatomists, Endocrine Society, American
with former students and a wide circle of Society of Zoologists, the American Asfriends. She took great satisfaction in the sociation for the Advancement of Science,
accomplishments of her talented son and and Sigma Xi.
Dr. Clausen was thoughtful and considdaughter who saw to it that her retirement
was filled with the same loyalty and devo- erate in contact with his students and feltion that she had so unselfishly given to low scientists, and his loss will be greatly
felt. He was buried at Estherville, Iowa,
family and friends for so long.
where he was born and spent his pre-colROY G. WILLIAMS lege days,
The scientific community joins his wife,
HARRY JOHN CLAUSEN
Irene, and his son, Philip, in the loss of
1904-1972
Harry Clausen.
Harry John Clausen was born October
ROBERT T. HILL
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J. LEROY CONEL
Quoting one of his students, writing in a
tribute to Dr. Conel upon his retirement,
Gentlemanly, scholarly, friendly - these “he had deep humility and a great respect
three adjectives best describe Lee Conel. for the diginity of mankind and of man
He was a fine person who was respected and we were not frivolous in the dissecting
by his students, colleagues, and neighbors. room . . . because it just seemed no one
He had a wonderful twinkle in his eyes - cared to offend. He had a delightful wa.y
of relating anatomy and life . . .” In fact,
a good sense of humor.
Dr. Conel became interested in the post- Dr. Conel gave a philosophical talk each
natal development of the cerebral cortex year at the end of the Neuroanatomy
while visiting in Germany in 1929. From course which will be remembered by h.is
this initial interest eight large volumes many students. His book “Life as Revealed
describing the structure of the cerebral cor- by the Microscope - an Interpretation of
tex at various ages after birth have Evolution” resulted from these talks.
resulted; he was working on the ninth at
Dr. Conel was a self-made man. He was
the time of his death. These monumental born on January 31, 1883, in the village
volumes were produced through diligent of Auburn, Illinois. As a youth he lived on
effort, sometimes under great odds. At first a farm and attended the usual one-room
he had to procure the money to publish school. His family later moved to Decatwc,
his findings; later his work was supported
Illinois, where he finished high school. He
by H.E.W., and this organization honored
worked
several years before entering
him with support for many years after his
retirement. Dr. Conel procured material James Millikin University from which he
for his study from Children’s Hospital in graduated at 29 years of age. He obtained
Boston, Massachusetts, and he had an ap- his M.A. and Ph.D. from the University of
pointment as a Research Associate in the Illinois. His first teaching position was at
Department of Pathology at Harvard dur- New York University (1916-21). He then
ing the years after retirement as well as taught at Tufts Medical College and
Dental School (1921-23) before coming to
before.
But no matter where Dr. Conel hap- the Boston University School of Medicine
pened to be at the moment - at his sum- as an Associate Professor of Anatomy. He
mer home on Bailey Island, Maine; win- became Professor of Anatomy in 1927 and
tering in Florida; in California; visiting the Waterhouse Professor and Chairman
various countries in Europe; or at his more of the department in 1944. He retired frorn
recent residence in Hightstown, New Jersey teaching in 1948, but his appointment as
-he
always had his microscope and a Research Associate at Children’s Hospital
slides with him. His goal was to reach the and the Department of Pathology at
15-year-old adult; his eight volumes ex- Harvard, which started in 1931, continueld
tended from the newborn to the six-year- until his death at 88 years of age.
Dr. Conel died on July 13, 1971; he was
old child. Fortunately this work on the
ninth volume is to be continued by Dr. buried on Bailey Island. He leaves his wife,
Theodore Rabinowicz of the Division of Helen Boughton Conel, and a daughter
Anatomy and Neuropathology at Cantonal Harriet Conel Herter.
University, Lausanne, Switzerland.
ROGERC. CRAFTS
Interested as he was in his research, Dr.
Conel never let this work interfere with
EDWARD STANLEY EVANS, JR
his teaching. His first love was the Neuro19261972
anatomy course but he was equally loyal
Associates of Edward Evans were
to Gross Anatomy. This writer had the
privilege of teaching with him for seven shocked and saddened by news of his
years and having him as a friend from sudden death from massive coronary
1941 until his death. He made himself arterial occlusion on December 21, 1972,.
available to the students and to colleagues Doctor Evans was an Associate Professor of
alike. He was always friendly with his Anatomy in the Department of Physiologystudents but never tried to be their buddy. Anatomy, University of California at
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Berkeley - a department which he helped
to establish in 1958.
Edward Evans was born in Portland,
Oregon, on July 30, 1926. He started collegiate studies at Reed College, but interrupted them for a two-year period of wartime service as a U. S . Army medical
corpsman. Thereafter he attended Glendale College and, finally, the University of
California in Berkeley, earning his undergraduate degree in Zoology in 1951.
In an adjacent corridor of the Life
Sciences Building was the Department of
Anatomy of the School of Medicine (at that
time, along with other first-year biomedical
science departments, located in Berkeley).
Beside it, in parabiosis, was the Institute of
Experimental Biology, with Professor
Herbert McLean Evans as its noted Director. The senior and the younger Evans
were akin, although not in the familial
sense. Upon entering the department and
the Institute as a graduate student, Edward
enrolled in microscopic anatomy and, concurrently, undertook “The Problem” recalled by generations of first-year medical and graduate students in Berkeley as
the opportunity to conduct an original
laboratory research project during their
first semester in the Anatomy Department.
Professor Herbert Evans, who had introduced The Problem, used it as one of his
principal sources of information on potential ability of students. From the beginning
a basis was established for the mutual respect, esteem, and intellectual kinship between the two Evans which grew rapidly
and remained always in evidence until the
death of the senior in 1971.
In this center of endocrine and nutritional investigation, Edward found that his
own leanings in biology coincided with the
major tenets of the group. With Professor
Miriam E. Simpson he learned the cardinal
importance of his experimental animals their history, the daily attention to all details of their welfare, and the accurate
charting of intercurrent and terminal findings. With Professor Alexei A. Koneff he
found the pleasure of working with finesse
in histological preparation and study. He
took to heart, and followed ever after, the
dictum of Professor H. M. Evans that only
by working in full collaboration with competent biochemical colleagues could one
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make progress in endocrine physiology.
From the ambience came his conviction
that for a full career in experimental
biology one must be both teacher and investigator. Yet, with all credit to his preceptors, the evidence of his subsequent activity indicates that these traits were a part
of Evans himself, and not simply acquired
during graduate training.
Evans received the Ph.D. degree in
Endocrinology in 1956, and promptly was
appointed jointly to the teaching staff in
microscopic anatomy and the research
staff in the Institute of Experimental Biology. In 1958, during a series of administrative reorganizations (in which the Department of Anatomy was transferred to
the Medical Center campus of the University, in San Francisco) he elected to remain in Berkeley and to assist in forming
a new academic unit, a conjoined department in Anatomy and Physiology. He
identified his new teaching mission as to
provide the highest level of instruction in
micro-structure for advanced students in
any mammalian biology field. He developed his courses to serve students not only
from anatomy and its classical cognates,
but from physiology, nutrition, medical
physics, and still other disciplines. In recent years he was active in developing experimental interdisciplinary courses which
would stress the common ground in morphological and physiological sciences.
The central theme about which Evans’
research was organized dealt with pituitary
and thyroidal interactions, as displayed in
histophysiological and biochemical studies.
He drew skillfully on a variety of
techniques - metabolimetry, tracer procedures, histochemistry, bioassay of organ
fractions, immunological and biochemical
analyses, endocrine gland ablations and
replacement therapy with ever-more-critically characterized hormonal agents. He
was intrigued with threshold evidences of
response of any of the body organs or
mechanisms to the experimental hormonal
milieu under study. His working method
was to design, repeat and refine, and again
repeat - patiently, sometimes to virtual
exhaustion, and (happily) sometimes exuberantly, but never stopping until his conclusions could meet his own vigorous challenges. Among other works, Evans and
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several associates produced a series of docrinology into existence. He played a
studies explaining the phenomena in extra- large role in opening this important area
thyroidal “thyroid hormone” synthesis. to explorative study. His fertile mind, unThroughout his career he and his research bounded curiosity and will to know served
students worked side-by-side in all experi- him well in the research that was to form
ments; criticism was freely forthcoming, the basis of his distinguished career.
but never as harsh as that which he im- Among the more than three hundred
posed on himself, and triumphs were the papers that were to come from his laboraoccasion for impromptu celebrations which tory, his first full report published in 1925
marked him as an exceptionally able and
live on in their memories.
In 1957 Edward married a fellow gradu- discerning observer. It dealt with the
ate student, now Doctor Alison B. Evans, hormonally induced resorption of the pubic
Lecturer in Anatomy at the University of bones in the pocket gopher and stands as
California in San Francisco. Alison and one of the classic early studies in endocrine
theic son William shared Ed’s love for functions .
Many notable contributions were to folnature, acquired during his youth in the
Pacific Northwest. Their home in a wooded low in the wake of this auspicious begincanyon hillside in the Berkeley Hills gave ning : he discovered and named relaxin, an
good evidence of their love for animals, ovarian hormone that relaxes the pelvic
outside of the laboratory as well as in. A ligament of the pregnant guinea pig for
varied assortment of domesticated and the delivery of young; he provided proof
semi-wild mammals could receive hospital- that the pituitary gland controls ovarian
ity and care indefinitely, being required function by means of two hormones which
only to observe the house-rule of maintain- he named follicle-stimulating hormone
ing an appearance of harmonious coexist- (FSH ) and luteinizing hormone (LH ) ; his
ence. On the too-infrequent times when study of the separate and combined actions
Ed would allow himself a vacation (always of the ovarian follicular and luted horof too short a duration), his preference mones on the endometrium of the primate
was to head into forest reaches of the uterus put the physiology of menstruation
Northwest with his family, and pass on his on a firm basis.
Hisaw’s broad and varied background in
nature-love and naturecraft to Billy.
The sudden and untimely death of our biology proved extremely valuable to him
colleague, in full swing of a vigorous as an investigator. He was at home with
career, is a loss which we deeply regret to the study of ascidians, dogfish, snakes and
communicate to the Association, of which rodents or monkeys. He sought always to
understand what he had observed in terms
he was a member for over fifteen years.
of evolutionary history. His insight and
C. WILLETASLING
perspective
were those of the classical
HERBERTH. SREBNIK
biologist. His treatise on the evolution of
viviparity among the vertebrates and his
FREDERICK LEE HISAW
major review articles on such topics as the
1891-1972
physiology of ovulation and reproduction
On December 3, 1972, biology and the were masterpieces of conceptual thinking.
special field of endocrinology lost an inHisaw trained a contingent of sixty or
genious experimentalist, a great teacher more graduate students and research feland a man of character, grace and good lows during his professional career. To
humor in the death of Professor Emeritus them his latchstring was always out. He
Frederick L. Hisaw. To his colleagues he took particular delight in discussing what
was known as Fred, but to an admiring their research strategy might be and could
host of students and associates he was devise more new ways of attacking a probknown among themselves as “Pappy” for lem in ten minutes than could be tested
a beloved Pappy was to all of them.
in the foreseeable future. His gift of creaFred Hisaw belonged to an early gen- tive imagination knew no bounds. Many a
eration of pioneering investigators who former student will remember how his
brought the present expansive field of en- face would beam as he would say, “Now
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I’ll tell you another thing that might be
fun to do, etc.”
At Harvard, Professor Hisaw played an
active part in the intellectual life of the
University throughout his long service. He
was in great demand as a teacher because
of the deep insight he had of natural
phenomena and his superb ability to communicate his own fascination with biological phenomena. His contributions to open
discussion at seminars and colloquia
throughout the University were thoughtful
and interesting. His 20-year participation
as a Senior Fellow in the Society of Fellows
added enrichment to the wide ranging discourse that characterizes the meetings of
that body of scholars.
Hisaw was a member of many distinguished scientific and honorary societies including the National Academy of Sciences,
the American Academy of Arts and Sciences and the American Philosophical Society. He served as President of the b e r ican Society of Zoologists in 1937 and
received the American Gynecological Society’s most distinguished annual award in
1952 and that of The Endocrine Society in
1956. From 1942 to 1962 he served as
Scientific Director of the Yerkes Laboratory
of Primate Biology.
Fred Hisaw sprang from English and
German stock. Shortly after his English
forebears arrived in the Southern colonies,
they changed their name from Hays to
Hisaw. Fred was born August 23, 1891, in
Newtonia, Missouri, and raised in this
farm community in the western foothills
of the Ozark Mountains. His rise to eminence in science from the circumstances
of his youth is a success story of unlikely
proportions. Central to Fred‘s youthful life
was the large country home with rambling
porches and the ever present rain barrel.
Inside was a large sitting room replete with
pot-bellied stove where family and friends
gathered for light-hearted narrative exploits.
Despite the arduous labor, Fred found
time for wandering through the woods,
hunting and fishing. Fred’s early schooling
was largely confined to the limited offerings of a one-room institution. The quality
of instruction varied but was mostly bad.
By customary practice, finishing the fourth
or fifth grades was considered adequate
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preparation for what lay ahead. Happily, a
teacher living with the Hisaws urged that
Fred prepare for college and tutored him
in mathematics, history and Latin. Lessons
began at four AM. In due course Fred
gained admission to the university and
spent a preparatory year in the University
of Missouri High School.
Over a period of six years at the University of Missouri, Hisaw earned the A.B.,
B.S. and A.M. degrees. There it was his
good fortune to come under the influence
of two eminent biologists, W. C. Curtis and
G. S. Dodds. His first position was as Associate Professor of Zoology at the University of Mississippi where he taught
zoology for a year before entering military
service in 1917. After the Armistice, he
joined the faculty at the Kansas State Agricultural College in 1919 as Assistant Professor of Zoology and began a study of
the pocket gopher. The Ph.D. degree which
he knew he needed lay ahead. By studying
at Madison, Wisconsin, during two summers and parlaying his research on gophers
into a doctoral dissertation, the University
of Wisconsin granted him a Ph.D. degree
in 1924 and recruited his services as Assistant Professor of Zoology. By 1929 he
had been promoted to full professorship.
In 1935 he accepted an invitation to join
the Harvard University faculty as Professor
of Zoology and take charge of the course
in Biology. In 1953 he was appointed to
an endowed chair, the Fisher Professorship
of Natural History.
In the area where Fred Hisaw spent his
youth there was no formal entertainment.
People entertained themselves often by
story telling. Fred came from a long line
of raconteurs. The humorous anecdote as
a folk art form originated in this area of
the country and was elevated to literary
status by Mark Twain. Fred’s mastery of
the vernacular of this region was supreme.
His extensive repertoire was based on his
youthful life in the back country.
In 1917, Hisaw married M. Nancy
Reynold who was teaching school in a
neighboring hometown District. Though
petite, Mrs. Hisaw willingly shouldered
most of the burdens of managing the home
front. That he loved her dearly was evident
to all who knew them.
After retirement as Professor Emeritus
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in 1962, Hisaw retained some space in the
Biological Laboratories and continued to
work on the physiology of the primate
uterus. In 1970, with failing health, he
gave up these studies and with Mrs. Hisaw,
moved to Atlanta, Georgia. It was there he
died at age 81 after a lingering illness. He
is survived by his wife Nancy, a daughter
Mrs. David Crockett, and a son Dr. Frederick L. Hisaw, Jr.
Fred Hisaw was an exemplary human
being. To know him was to admire and
respect him. His achievements in science
enriched man’s knowledge of the living
world, and his delightful human qualities
enriched the lives of all who had the good
fortune to live or work by his side.
During the past three years Leon and
his colleagues in hematology studied the
ultrastructure of differentiating immature
leucocytes in blood and bone marrow of
children with Ieukemias and were preparing an atlas on their findings at the time
of his death.
All of us who knew Leon Journey will.
remember him as a kind, down to earth.,
gentle man. He leaves a wife and four.
children.
MILTON N. GOLDSTEIX
WALTER KORNFELD
1921-1 971
Dr. Walter Kornfeld, Associate Professor
R. 0. GREEP (Chairman) of Physiology and Pharmacology, College
A. S . ROMER
of Veterinary Medicine, University of:
H. A. SALHANICK
Georgia, died January 14, 1971. He was
W. H. WESTON
born in Vienna, Austria, June 2, 1921, the
C. M. WILLIAMS
son of Alexander, an Austrian Army officer,
and
Matilda Kornfeld, and emigrated to
LEON J. JOURNEY
the United States when he was but sixteen.
1923-1 972
years old. He worked for a time on a poulLeon J. Journey died on December 7, try farm in New Jersey. Later he came to
1972 in Memphis, Tennessee. He was di- Georgia where he entered West Georgia.
rector of the multidisciplinary cancer re- College, at Carrolton. From there he e n
search training program and an associate tered the University of Georgia from which.
member in hematology at the St. Jude Chil- he was graduated in 1944 with a B.S.
dren’s Research Hospital. He also held an degree in Agriculture. His U. S . citizenship
appointment as associate professor of was granted in the same year in Norfolk.,
anatomy University of Tennessee Medical Virginia. He served with the Seabees durUnits. Leon received his Ph.D. in the biol- ing World War I1 much of which time he
ogy department at New York University was stationed in Hawaii. In 1948 he rewith Milan Kopac. He was interested in ceived the M.S. degree from Iowa State.,
the biochemical properties of isolated cell where he was employed as a Senior Reorganelles and during the tenure of his search Fellow. The title of his Master’s
first position as a senior cancer research thesis was : “Effects of Environmental.
scientist (1956-1963) at Roswell Park Me- Temperature and Thyroxine Injection
morial Institute in Buffalo, New York Upon Hens and Their Eggs.”
began to use the electron microscope to
Walter came back to the University of
determine the purity of his cell fractions. Georgia where he was employed in the
He soon became interested using the elec- Veterinary School as an Assistant Profes
tron microscope to study the ultrastructure sor of Physiology and Pharmacology. HE:
of normal and malignant cells.
taught biological chemistry to veterinary
Leon and his colleagues were the first to students. He had a brilliant mind and was
demonstrate that actinomycin D caused an ardent researcher. In 1951-53 he took:
segregation of the nucleolar components a leave of absence from the University of
and they showed that this antibiotic, which Georgia to pursue further training at the
has become a powerful tool for studying University of Illinois, where he was a Remany aspects of gene expression in mam- search Assistant until he was granted the
malian cells, interfered with RNA syn- Ph.D. degree in 1953. His dissertation was;
thesis.
entitled: “Endocrine Influences on the D e
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Zoology in 1937 and during that time became an Instructor in Zoology. It was with
great pride that she was recently named
for a Centennial Award from the Alumni
Association of Mount Holyoke College in
recognition of her outstanding accomplishments in the field of her endeavor.
From Mount Holyoke, Betty Moyer
moved to the College of Physicians and
Surgeons at Columbia University to start
her career as an Anatomist by beginning
to read for a doctoral degree in that subject. She obtained her Ph.D. in 1943 and
during the six-year period in New York,
Dr. Moyer studied the innervation of supernumerary limbs in Amblystma. In addition to her graduate work, she spent some
time teaching evening classes in Zoology
at Hunter College.
The next years were spent at Temple
University, where she was an Assistant
Professor in Anatomy. Her interest in the
regeneration of severed motor and sensory
spinal nerve roots of young and aged animals was continued during this period,
which saw the publication of a number of
articles with Dr. D. L. Kimmel.
In 1949, Betty Moyer moved to Boston
University School of Medicine, and her
association with the Department of Anatomy there continued for 23 yeare, until
her recent and untimely death occurred.
Boston was her real home and especially
Beacon Street, where she lived in a gracious apartment with high ceilings, a view
CLIFFORD WESTERFIELDof the Charles River, and a surrounding of
family china, antiques and samplers.
ELIZABETH KING MOYER
Asked how she first came to teach Gross
1912-1972
Anatomy, which she controlled with a firm
Dr. Elizabeth Moyer, Associate Profes- and kind hand, Betty Moyer used to say
sor of Anatomy at Boston University School that she first taught Histology but changed
of Medicine, died in Boston at the age of because she wanted to see the students’
faces and not the backs of their heads as
60.
Dr. Moyer was born in the Pennsylvania they leaned over their microscopes. Gross
Dutch town of Columbia, Pennsylvania, on Anatomy was her great devotion and the
the banks of the Susquehanna River and subject around which her life centered, for
was one of the six children of Dr. and Mrs. through it she gained and maintained a
Isaiah Moyer. She graduated from Colum- close relation with her students. So close
bia High School and from there went to was her relation that she knew the names
Mount Holyoke College where in 1935 she of practically all of the students that
graduated cum laude, majoring in mathe- passed through her course and she was
matics, biology and chemistry. She stayed the person that students usually came to
on at Mount Holoyoke for a further two for advice and counselling. They came not
years to receive a Master’s Degree in only during their student days but also in
velopment of the Rudimentary Gonad of
Fowl.”
Returning to Georgia in 1953, he taught
endocrinology to veterinary students and
continued his research efforts by contributing articles to Poultry Science, Nature,
Endocrinology, and the Anatomical Record.
He was promoted to Associate Professor in
1961 after having received the D.V.M.
degree from the University of Georgia in
1960. He served faithfully for a number of
years on the Library Committee of both the
University and the Veterinary College. For
some time previous to his death, he was
foreign student advisor for the College of
Veterinary Medicine.
Dr. Kornfeld was a member of Sigma
Xi, Phi Kappa Phi, the Athens Historic
Society, the American Association of
Anatomists, the American Poultry Science
Association, the New York Academy of
Science, the American Veterinary Medical
Association, the American Association of
Veterinary Physiologists and Pharmacologists, and the Transplantation Society.
Walter was interested in many things
and could carry on a lively conversation on
almost any topic from religion to electron
microscopy. His hobbies included stamp
collecting, swimming, and tennis. He is
survived by his mother, his widow Emily,
and two sons of a former marriage,
Thomas Evans, a senior at the University
of Georgia, and Hans Theodore, who resides with his mother in Iowa.
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years afterwards when they would often
bring along their wives and families.
Betty Moyer’s course in Gross Anatomy
was always innovative. Even before the
idea was fashionable, she brought clinicians to the laboratory to discuss clinical
correlations with the students. It was
noticeable that many of these clinicians
had been her students at Boston University,
for she felt that these were the people that
beginning medical students should meet
and be exposed to during their most impressionable period at medical school.
At Boston University, Betty Moyer also
will be remembered for her direct approach
to issues and her ability to speak her mind.
Often her view was a minority one, but
it was surprising how often she was later
proven to be correct in her analysis of a
situation. Betty Moyer will be greatly
missed by students and faculty alike at
Boston University, for she had a unique
role as friend, advisor and mentor that no
other person can adequately fill.
ALAN PETERS
JACOB PRIMAN
1892-1971
Dr. Jacob Priman, Emeritus Professor of
Anatomy at the University of Pittsburgh
School of Medicine, died on November 22,
1971, at the age of 79.
Dr. Priman was born in 1892 in Latvia
and was educated in Riga. He undertook
his medical studies, first at Dorpat University, later at the Military Medical
Academy in Petrograd, now Leningrad,
Russia. He qualified in 1918 and joined
the Latvian Army as a Medical Officer
serving until the end of the First World
War.
After the war, Dr. Priman moved to Riga
and was appointed an Instructor in Anatomy at the newly established Medical
School of the University of Latvia. He
played a major role in developing the
Anatomy Department and rapidly gained
a reputation as a noted educator.
From 1925 to 1927, as a Fellow of the
Rockefeller Foundation, he completed his
postdoctoral thesis in the Department of
Anatomy, the University of Michigan at
Ann Arbor, under the supervision of the
Chairman, Dr. G. Carl Huber. During his
fellowship term he also spent some time
in Europe at the University of Munich and
the University of Prague medical schools.
In 1926, Dr. Priman successfuly de.
fended his thesis for the higher medical
degree (Doctor of Medical Sciences) on
the subject of cochlear duct structure. The
same year he married Miss Margaret Raisk.
In 1932, he became the Professor a n d
Chairman of Anatomy in Riga succeeding
Professor Starkov. He served as Dean o f
Medicine during the Second World War.
In 1944, when Latvia was about to lose
its national independence, Dr. Priman
emigrated to Germany. There he joined the
faculty of the University of Jena. Follow
ing the war, he served three years as an
UNRRA Medical Officer for displaced persons in the British zone of Germany. He
presided over the International Refugee
Organization Screening Board for Medical
and Dental Doctors and Pharmacists in the
British zone. During this time, he alscl
held an appointment to the Baltic University of Hamburg, Germany, as Professor.
of Anatomy.
In 1948, Dr. Priman was invited by Dr.
Davenport Hooker to join the faculty o f
the University of Pittsburgh as an Assistant
Professor of Anatomy in the School of
Medicine. Until his retirement in 1962, he
held faculty positions as an Associate Professor and Professor of Anatomy. Althoughi
officially retired, he continued to maintain
an office and participated in all departmental activities including teaching untili
his last year of life.
Dr. Priman was a devoted teacher and
was one of the few remaining anatomists
who felt equally at ease in teaching gross
anatomy, embryology, neuroanatomy, or
histology. He was always friendly andl
helpful and was loved by his students, fel.
low faculty members and technical personnel alike. During his tenure in Pittsburgh,
he received three Golden Apple Awards
from the Student American Medical Association, University of Pittsburgh Chapter.
This award is presented annually by the
medical student body to the member of the
faculty who has made the greatest contribution to the students’ medical education.
During his career at the University of
Latvia, the main scientific interest of Dr.
Priman was in the field of physical anthropology to which he made numerous con-
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Dakota in Anatomy and Physiology and
received his M.S. from that university in
1926. He then moved to the University of
Wisconsin as an Instructor in Histology
and Embryology, and completed his Ph.D.
in 1928. To help make financial ends meet
during these years, he taught Anthropology
at Beloit College. While attending the AAA
meeting in Ann Arbor in 1928, he was
asked to consider the Chairmanship of the
Department of Histology and Embryology
at The University of Texas Medical Branch
in Galveston, Texas. He held this position
from 1928 to 1940, was Chairman of the
Department of Anatomy 1944-45 and was
named Emeritus Professor of Anatomy in
1958.
John Sinclair’s research interests were
many and varied. He studied and published on normal mammalian embryology,
maternal and fetal parathyroid gland
changes during pregnancy, placental structure, twinning, cardiovascular anomalies,
the teratological effects of urethane, myoNIKOLA
J s CAUNA
cardial infarction, functional renal morphology, and the epidermal effects of dieJOHN GEORGE SINCLAIR
tary fat. During the last twenty or so years
1888-1973
of his life, he became engrossed in the
John G. Sinclair was born on July 6, embryology of cetaceans. His studies of
1888, in Grand Haven, Michigan, and these mammals led to papers describing
died of cancer January 12, 1973, in Galves- their over-all embryology and the developton, Texas.
ment of their olfactory apparatus, gonads,
He was the eldest son and one of four ocular nerves, cerebral vasculature, pituichildren born to Peter Sinclair, a ship- tary and spinal cord. During the last year
builder, who moved his family to Chicago of his life, at age 84, he was busy preparin 1899 when steel replaced wooden ships. ing and studying seal and whale embryos.
He attended elementary and high school
In addition to his scientific writings,
in Chicago, and entered the University of John Sinclair published over two dozen
Illinois at Urbana to study engineering. poems, many of which described, in verse,
His interest soon changed to the biological the beauty and harmony of the biological
sciences and he moved to the University of world he observed as a scientist. John SinChicago where he received his B.S. in clair was co-founder of the journals Texas
Zoology in 1911. The next fifteen years Reports on Biology and Medicine and The
were spent in a variety of pursuits and Texas Journal of Science. He was instrulocations. He studied the life cycle of mental in the establishment of Sigma Xi
DTosophiZa at the University of Chicago; chapters at the University of North Dakota
soil and air temperature at the Carnegie and The University of Texas Medical
Institution Desert Laboratory in Tucson; Branch. In recognition of these efforts the
cactus speciation, archeology and meteor- latter chapter instituted an annual award,
ology in Columbia; and served with the The John G . Sinclair Sigma Xi Award for
meteorological service of the Signal Corps “outstanding achievement in humanity,
in England and France during World scholarship and research.” John Sinclair
war I.
was the first recipient of this award,
From 1921 to 1926, Sinclair was an As- seven months before his death. He was a
sistant Professor at the University of North member of the American Association of
tributions and stimulated research by
others, including this writer. Being proficient in languages, he produced a fourlanguage Nomina Anatomica with Latin,
Latvian, German, and Russian texts. In
Pittsburgh, his scientific activities were
clinically oriented. He also collected and
described occurrences of anomalies and
variations in the structure of the human
body.
Dr. Priman was a member of numerous
professional and honorary societies including the American Association for the Advancement of Science and the American
Association of Anatomists, the meetings of
which he regularly attended.
Dr. Priman is survived by his wife,
Margaret, two daughters, and two grandchildren. Dr. Priman will long be remembered by his colleagues and by generations
of physicians. His passing inevitably produces sadness. Our sympathy goes to his
wife and family in their great loss.
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Anatomists, American Association of
Human Genetics, American Genetic Association, a Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science,
and served as President of the North
Dakota and Texas chapters of Sigma Xi
and the Texas Academy of Science.
LAWRENCE
M. Ross
JAMES CRAWFORD WATT
1886-197 1
James Crawford Watt was born in
Toronto on the fifteenth of June, 1886, and
there, in Toronto, he spent his wole life,
which ended on the twenty-fifth of September, 1971.
At the University of Toronto he graduated in Arts (B.A.) with first-class honors
in 1908 and in Medicine (M.B.) in 1910,
being head of his class and gold medalist.
These two bachelor degrees he converted
into a Master’s (M.A.) degree, for special
research work, and Doctor’s (M.D.) degree
with honors in 1918.
After a year spent as demonstrator in
the Department of Biology, he accepted an
invitation from Professor J. Playfair
McMurrich to join his anatomical staff,
and there he rose in rank progressively to
a full professorship. Following his retirement in 1956, he was honored with the
title Professor Emeritus of Anatomy.
One midsummer’s day of the year 1911,
he married Bessie Whiteside Gairdner.
They had two sons and one daughter; and
it must surely have been a source of great
pleasure to them to contemplate that their
elder son, who bears his father’s name,
likewise graduated in medicine at the University of Toronto being head of his class
and gold medalist. In his modesty, Dr.
Watt never referred to the satisfaction this
event brought to him nor, for that matter,
to the fact itself.
Early in his anatomical career, when
free from teaching duties, Dr. Watt spent
his time making wax-plate reconstructions
of embryos - the development of the
human body was one of many subjects in
which his chief was actively interested.
Later, at the beginning of the Second
World War, Dr. Watt was invited to edit
the fifth English edition of SobottaMcMurrichs Atlas of H u m a n Anatomy -
the atlas having become a war casualty.
This he accepted and completed the Nervous System.
Dr. Watt, ever genial, was a devoted and
sympathetic teacher, a most loyal colleague, and one who enjoyed the respect
and affection of his students and all others
who were associated with him.
He was a member of the American Association of Anatomists and of the Canadian Association of Anatomists. Also, he
belonged to the Alpha Omega Alpha fraternity and to the Nu Sigma Nu fraternity.
His wife predeceased him by several
years; his family of three survives him.
J. C. B. GRANT
CHARLES KIPP WEICHERT
1902-1 970
Charles Kipp Weichert earned his
Bachelor of Science degree at Rutgers University in 1924 and his Doctor of Philosophy in 1928 at the University of Wisconsin. In 1928 Dr. Weichert came to the
University of Cincinnati where he attained
the rank of Professor of Zoology in 1943.
From 1948 to 1958 he was Head of the
Zoology Department and later of the Department of Biological Sciences when the
Departments of Zoology and Botany and
Bacteriology merged. In 1958 he was appointed Dean of the McMicken College of
Arts and Sciences of the University of Cincinnati, a capacity in which he served
until his death. Dr. Weichert is well known
for his work in comparative anatomy, embryology and endocrinology. He was the
author of numerous articles and books,
completing the revision for his latest edition, the fourth, of Anatomy of the Chardates (1951) just prior to his death. Dr.
Weichert was an active member of numerous professional, fraternal and scientific
organizations. In addition to these associations he was always actively engaged in an
advisory capacity for scores of students
and, in particular, premedical students.
Dr. Weichert is survived by his wife,
Kathryn, and a daughter, Ann Weichert
Kranbuhl, who is now a physician in
Cincinnati.
Dr. Weichert set an example of excellence in performance in all areas of his
activities and his former students and
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friends shall forever be grateful for his
leadership, guidance and inspiration.
HOWARDA. MEINEKE
JAMES B. WRAY
1926-1973
Dr. James B. Wray was born in Knoxville, Tennessee, April 1, 1926, and received his M.D. degree from the University
of
Tennessee in 1950. His internship was
Beatrice Whiteside was born in Olean,
New York, on October 2, 1891. After served at the University of Michigan
graduating from Vassar College in 1913, (1950-1951) and he received his orthoshe spent several years in Zurich where paedic training as a National Foundation
she began the study of zoology (in Ger- of Infantile Paralysis Fellow in Orthoman) a t the University, and stayed on to paedic Surgery at Duke University (1953complete her doctorate in 1920. The next 1957). Certification by the Board of Orthoyear was spent in the eastern United States paedic Surgery was received in 1960.
Military service included two tours of
catching up with the English literature in
duty: the first as an enlisted aviation cadet
her field and translating her thesis.
In the summer of 1921, Dr. C. H. Dan- in the U.S. Naval Air Corps, 1943-45, the
forth met her at Woods Hole and recom- second as a Captain in the U. S. Air Force
mended her to his chief, Dr. R. J. Terry, Medical Corps, 1951-53.
After finishing residency training, Dr.
at Washington University School of Medicine. Dr. Terry engaged her as a n Instruc- Wray entered the academic profession
tor in Anatomy and she taught histology where he was to make his greatest conand neuroanatomy i n St. Louis until 1925 tribution as an educator of young men in
when she moved to the Detroit College of the basic principles of orthopaedics. His
Medicine and Surgery (now Wayne State) first appointment was as an Instructor in
as an Associate Professor of Histology. Orthopaedic Surgery, Bowman Gray School
Following her marriage to Mr. Hawel she of Medicine (1957-60). He then moved
returned to Europe in 1929 and became a to Syracuse, New York, to become Associvolunteer research worker: for a year at ate Professor of Surgery and Chairman of
the University of Berlin (1929-30), for the Division of Orthopaedics, State Unisix years at the University of Vienna versity of New York, Upstate Medical
(1932-1938), and for another five years Center. He was appointed Professor of
at the University of Geneva (1942-1947)
Surgery in 1962 and established the Dewhere French became her everyday partment of Orthopaedic Surgery a t Syra1angu age.
cuse in 1966, and he was appointed ProHer doctoral thesis had dealt with the fessor and Chairman, Department of
development of the endolymphatic sac in Orthopaedics, at that time.
the frog, but in St. Louis she turned her
During the summer of 1966, he moved
attention to a comparison of the nucleic to Indianapolis, Indiana, to become Proacid content of various tissues, and i n fessor and Chairman of the Department of
Detroit to the gustatory apparatus of the Orthopaedic Surgery, Indiana University.
rat. During her “volunteer days” she was He served in this position until his death.
concerned with the endocrine system in Dr. Wray died quite suddenly on Februrabbits. When she was no longer associ- ary 6, 1973.
ated with a laboratory, she explored the
In addition to his academic duties, Dr.
work of Paracelsus and produced a publica- Wray was active in the field of orthopaedic
tion that described his influence on modern surgery. He was a n examiner for the
medicine.
American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery,
Her death after a long illness occurred 1962-64. He was Secretary and later Chairon July 27, 1971. She is survived by two man of the Section of Orthopaedic Surgery,
cousins, Mrs. A. B. Carrington, Jr., of New York Medical Society, and a member
Danville, Virginia, and Dr. Helen Hogg, a of the Executive Committee of the Ameridistinguished astronomer at the University can Orthopaedic Association. In 1968 he
of Toronto.
served on the Governor’s Commission for
MILDREDTROTTER the Handicapped and in 1972 he was
BEATRICE WHITESIDE-HAWEL
1891-1971
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President of the Indiana Rehabilitation
Association.
He was a member of numerous medical
societies, which included the Orthopaedic
Research Society, American Association of
Anatomists, American Society for Surgery
of the Hand, American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, Little Orthopaedic Club,
American Rheumatism Association, Russell
Hibbs Society, American College of Surgeons, American Orthopaedic Association,
Indiana Orthopaedic Society, and National
Rehabilitation Association.
Dr. Wray was dedicated to investigation
and research on the metabolic and vascular responses to fracture and on the general metabolic responses to injury. His
bibliography includes 55 scientific articles.
He received three awards for the excellence
of his research: the Kappa Delta Award
for his article entitled “Vascular Phenomena Associated with Fracture” in 1962; the
Angiology Research Foundation, Inc.,
Award for an article entitled “Vascular
Regeneration in the Healing Fractures” in
1964; and in 1966, the Nicholas Andry
Award for his article entitled “The Influence of Various Hormones Upon the Fracture Healing Process.” At the time of his
death, he was preparing a book on the
“Physiologic and Pathologic Reactions to
Trauma.”
Those who came in contact with Dr.
Wray, his students and colleagues, could
not help but be influenced by his personality, his dedication to orthopaedics, and his
insistance on perfection. He w i l l be missed
by many medical students and residents
who learned first hand the necessity of
using basic principles in treating orthopaedic problems and not to be misled by
popular trends in patient management.
Dr. Wray was preceded in death by his
f i s t wife, Margaret Mustoe Wray. He is
survived by Mrs. Marcia Wray and their
six children: Nancy, David and Jonathan
Wray, Meredith Knowles Dalby, and
Jennifer and Robert Knowles.
RICHARD
E. LINDSETH
THOMAS
HORWITZ
GEORGE F. RAPP
AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF ANATOMISTS
1973-1974
OFFICERS
President .......................................................
JOHN W. EVERETT
President-Elect .............................................
RUSSELLT. WOODBURNE
President-Emeritus ............................................
WILLIAMU. GAFIDNER
First Vice-President ..................................................
JAN LANGMAN
Second Vice-president .................................................
S u s u ~ uITO
Program Secretary ................................................
JOHN C. FINERTY
Secretary-Treasurer .................................................
JOHN E. PAULY
EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE
For term expiring
For term expiring
For term expiring
For term expiring
1974
1975
1976
1977
. . . . . . . . . . . SYDNEYM. FRIEDMAN,
SANFORDL. PALAY,
ROY C. SWAN
....................... RICHARDC . GREULICH,JAMES M. SPRAGUE
.......................... AARONJ. LADMAN,WALLEJ. H, NAUTA
........................
EVERETTANDERSON,HELEN A. PADYXULA
Representative to the Council of A.A.A.S.
WILLIAMBONDAREFP
Representatives to the National Research Council
LEE V. LEAK
RICHARD
S.SNELL
Member of Biological Stain Commission
ARTHURLAVELLE
Representative to Council of National Society for Medical Research
WILLIAM MONTAGNA
Representatives to A.A.M.C. Council of Academic Societies
SUSUMU IT0
JAN LANGMAN
Committee on Anatomical Nomenclature
RAYMUND
L. ZWEMER,Chairman
BURTONL. BAKER
JANLANGMAN
D. KENT MOREST
MALCOLM
B. CARPENTER
ELrLABETH H. LEDUC
ALVINF. WEBER
E. HUNT
THOMAS
RUSSELLT. WOODBURNE
Committee on Educational Affairs G Learning Resources
M. ROYSCHWARZ,
Chairman
CHARLESF. BRIDGMAN
MEI VIN P. MOHN
SHIRLEYANNGILMORE
EDWARD
G. RENNELS
DAVIDW. HAMILTON
E. SLONECKER
CHARLES
RONALDL. ST. PIERRE
Arc hivis t-Historian
GEORGEE. ERIKSON
Committee 012 Charles Judson Herrick Award Fund
HOWARDA. MATZKE,Secretary-Treasurer
RICHARDP. BUNGE,Chairman
JAY B. ANGEVINE,
JR.
JAMES M.SPRAGWE
RAYW. GUILLERY
JEROME SUTIN
Committee on Journal Trust Fund
DONALDL. KIMMEL, Chairman
CARMINED. CLEMENTE
JAN LANGMAN
JOHN E. PAULY(ex officio)
Committee on Nominations for 1974
HAL T. WEATHERSBY,
Chairman
JOHN V. BASMAJIAN
THOMASR. FORBES
RONALDL. ST.PIERRE
A. KENTCHRISTENSEN
Placement Service
C . MURPHYCOMBS,Director
Trustees of the R. R. Bensley Memorial Fund
LAWRENCE
E. SCHEVING
JOHN E.PAULY
MEMBERS
Abelson, Robert M., Ph.D., Associate Professor
of Psychology, Psychology Department, University o f Maine, 301 Little Hall, Orono, Maine
04473.
Aberle, Sophie D., Ph.D., M.D., Retired Director,
Indiana Education Survey, Bureau of Indian
Affairs, U.S. Government, Route 3, Box 3030,
Albuquerque, N e w Mexico 87120.
Abramof, Ita R. K., Ph.D., Associate Professor of
Anatomy, Department o f Anatomy, Case W e s t e r n Reserve University, School o f Medicine,
Cleveland, Ohio 44106.
Achenbach, Karl E., Ph.D., Assistant Professor,
Department o f Psychology, SOC 107, University
o f South Florida, T a m p a , Florida 33620,
Ackerman, G. Adolph, M.D., Ph.D., Professor of
Anatomy, College o f Medicine, T h e Ohio State
University, 333 W e s t T e n t h Avenue, Columbus.
Ohio 43210.
Adamo, Norman Jean, Ph.D., Associate Professor,
Department o f Anatomy, Louisiana State University School of Medicine, 1542 Tulane Aven u e , N e w Orleans, Louisiana 70112.
Adams, William Edgar, D.Sc., Ph.D., M.Sc., M.B.,
Ch.B., B.Med.Sc., F.R.S.N.Z., F.R.A.C.S.(Hon.),
Dean of Medicine (formerly Professor of Anatomy), T h e University of Otago Medical School,
P.O. Box 913, Dunedin, C.I., N e w Zealand.
Adams Smith, William N., M.D., D.Phil., Vice
Provost for Health Sciences, university o f S o u t h
Carolina, Columbia, S o u t h Carolina 29208.
Adamstone, Frank B., Ph.D., Professor of Zoology, Department o f Zoology, University o f I1linois, Urbana, Illinois 61801.
Adelmann, Howard B., Ph.D., Sc.D., Professor
Emeritus of Histology and Embryology, Stimson Hall, Cornell University, Ithaca, N e w Y o r k
14850.
Ades, Harlow W., Ph.D., Professor of Electrical
Engineering, and of Physiology, University of
Illinois, Urbana, Illinois 61801.
Adey, William Ross, M.B., B.S., M.D., Professor
of Anatomy and Physiology, School o f Medicine, University o f California, Los Angeles,
California 90024.
Adinolfi, Anthony M., Ph.D., Assistant Professor,
Department o f Anatomy, School of Medicine,
University o f California, Los Angeles, Californ i a 90024.
Adrian, Erle K., Jr., M.D., Ph.D., Associate Professor, Department of Anatomy, T h e University of
Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio,
7703 Floyd Curl Drive, San Antonio, T e x a s
78284.
Afifi, Adel K., M.D., M.S., Associate Professor
and Chairman, Department o f Anatomy, American Uniziersity o f Beirut, Beirut, Lebanon.
Agate, Frederic J., Jr., B.A., Ph.D., Assistant
Professor of Anatomy, College o f Physicians
and Surgeons, Columbia University, 630 W e s t
168th St., N e w Y o r k , N e w Y o r k 10032.
Ahmad, Nazir, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Uni124
versity o f Southern California, School o f Medicine, 2025 Zonal Ave., Los Angeles, Califor.
nia 90033.
Aker, F. David, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Depart..
m e n t o f Anatomic Sciences, Temple University
School o f Dentistry, 3223 N . Broad Street,
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 191 40.
Akert, Konrad, M.D., Professor and Director.
Brain Research Institute, University o f Zurich:
Zurich, Switzerland.
Akin, Gwynn C., PhD., Associate Adjunct Professor of Anatomy; School of Medicine; University
of California, San Francisco: Academic Assistant t o t h e V i c e President; R o o m 207 University
Hall; University o f California; Berkeley, California 94720.
Aladjem, Silvio, M.D., University Hospitals o f
Cleveland, MacDonald House, 21 05 Adelbert
Road, Cleveland, Ohio 44106.
Albanese, Alfonso R., M.D., F.I.C.A., Professor
Regular Adjunto de Anatomia, Facultad de
Medicina, Buenos Aires Universidad, A v . Callao 1371, Buenos Aires, Argentine.
Albernaz, Jose G., M.D., Ph.D., Attending Neurosurgeon, T h e Frederick C. S m i t h Clinic, 1040
Delaware Avenue, Marion, Ohio 43302.
Albert, Ernest N., Ph.D., Associate Professor of
Anatomy, School o f Medicine, George Washingt o n University, 1335 “H” Street, N.W., Washingt o n , D.C. 20005
Albert, Samuel, B.A., M.D.C.M., Ph.D., Instructor in Pathology, Wayne University Medical
School, Detroit, Michigan. Staff Member, Detroit Institute Cancer Research, 4811 J o h n R
St., Detroit, Michigan 48201.
Alberti, Peter W. R. M., Ph.D., M.B., B.S., F.R.C.S.,
F.R.C.S.(C), Associate Professor of Otolaryngology, University of Toronto Medical School, N e w
Mount Sinai Hospital, 550 University Avenue,
Toronto 2, Ontario, Canada.
Albin, Maurice S., M.D., M.Sc. (Anes.), Professor
of Anesthesiology and Neurological Surgery,
School o f Medicine, University o f Pittsburgh,
3550 Terrace Street, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
1521 3.
Alden, Roland H., B. A., Ph.D. (Exec. Com. ’67’68; President, ‘69-’70; Professor of Anatomy;
Dean, Coll. Basic Med. Sci. and Grad. School
Med. Sci., University o f Tennessee Medical
Units, 800 Madison Avenue, Memphis, Tennessee 38103.
Aldridge, William G.,Ph.D., Associate Professor
of Radiation Biology and of Anatomy; Director,
Multidiscipline Laboratories, School o f Medicine and Denistry, University o f Rochester,
260 Crittenden Blvd., Rochester, N e w York
14642.
Algard, F. Thomas, Ph.D., Professor of Biology,
University o f Victoria, Department o f Biology,
Victoria, B.C., Canada.
Alger, Elizabeth A., M.D., Associate Professor of
Anatomy and Assistant Professor of Medicine,
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College o f Medicine and Dentistry o f N e w
Jersey - N e w Jersey Medical School, 100
Bergen Street, Newark, N e w Jersey 07103.
Alksne, John Fergus, M.D., 225 W . Dickinson
Street, S a n Diego, California 92103.
Al-Lami, Fadhil, Ph.D., Research Associate, Putn a m Memorial Hospital f o r Medical Research,
Bennington, V e r m o n t 05201.
Allan, Frank D., Ph.D., Professor of Anatomy,
School o f Medicine, T h e George W a s h i n g t o n
University, 1335 H Street, N.W., Washington,
D.C. 20005.
Allen, Bennet Mills, Ph.B., Ph.D., D.S. (honorary), Head, Tissue Transplant Section A.E.P.;
University of California at Los Angeles, 147
N . Bowling Green W a y , Los Angeles, California 90024.
Allen, E. Raworth, Ph.D., Associate Professor of
Anatomy, School o f Medicine, Louisiana State
University, 1542 T u l a n e Avenue, N e w Orleans,
Louisiana 70112.
Allen, Ezra, Ph.D., Sc.D., retired, 3 Burnham
Place, Fair Lawn, N e w Jersey 07410.
Allen, Lane, Ph.D., M.D., Professor of Anatomy,
Medical College o f Georgia, Augusta, Georgia
30902.
Allen, Willard M., M.S., M.D., University o f Maryland Hospital, Baltimore, Maryland 21201.
Allison, John E., Ph.D., Professor, Department o f
Anatomical Sciences, University o f Oklahoma
Health Sciences Center, P. 0. Box 26901, Ohlah o m a City, Oklahoma 73190.
Allman, John M., Ph.D., Postdoctoral Fellow, Laboratory o f Neurophysiology, 283 Medical Sciences, University o f Wisconsin, Madison, W i s consin 53706.
Alpert, Morton, Ph.D., Director, Clinical Research, A m e s Company, Division Miles Laboratories, Inc., 1127 Myrtle, Elkhart, Indiana
46514.
Altmann, Gabriel G.,Ph.D., Assistant Professor,
Department o f Anatomy, Health Sciences Cen.
tre, University o f W e s t e r n Ontario, London,
Ontario, Canada.
Amenta, Peter S., B.S., M.S., Ph.D., Professor and
Acting Chairman, Department of Anatomy, T h e
Hahnemann Medical College and Hospital o f
Philadelphia, 230 North Broad Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19102.
Ampil, Doming0 G., M.D., Professor and Head
of the Department of Anatomy, Institute of
Medicine, Far Eastern University, Manilo,
Philippines.
Amprino, Rodolfo, M.D., Professor of Human
Anatomy, Institute o f Anatomy, Policlinico,
Bari, Italy.
Anderson, Everett, Ph.D., (Exec. Com., '73-'77),
Professor of Anatomy and Member of LHRRB,
Department o f Anatomy and Laboratory o f
H u m a n Reproduction and Reproductive Biology,
Harvard Medical School, 45 Shattuck Street,
Boston, Massachusetts 021 15.
Anderson, Frank David, Ph.D., Professor and
Chairman of the Department of Anatomy,
Medical College o f Wisconsin, 561 North 15th
Street, Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53233.
Anderson, James Edward, M.D., Professor of
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Anatomy, Department o f Anatomy, McMaster
University, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada.
Anderson, John Walberg, Ph.D., Professor of
Anatomy, Bardeen Medical Laboratories, University o f Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin
53706.
Anderson, Kenneth V., Ph.D., Assistant Profes
sor, Department o f Anatomy, Emory University, Atlanta, Georgia 30322.
Anderson, Lloyd L., Ph.D., Professor, Department
o f Animal Science, 11 Kildee Hall, Iowa State
University, A m e s , Iowa 50010.
Anderson, Wesley D., D.V.M., Ph.D., Professor
and Head, Department o f Veterinary Anatomy,
W e s t e r n College o f Veterinary Medicine, University o f Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, Canada
S7NOWO.
Anderson, Winston A., Ph.D., Department o f
Anatomy, University o f Chicago, 1025 E. 57th
Street, Chicago, Illinois 60637.
Andrew, Warren, Ph.D., M.D., Professor of Anatomy, School o f Medicine, Indiana University,
1100 W . Michigan Street, Indianapolis, Indiana
46202.
Andrews, Frederick, B.S., M.S., Ph.D., Dean,
Graduate School, Purdue University, Lafayette,
Indiana 47907.
Andrews, John M., M.D., Assistant Professor,
Departments o f Neurology and Pathology
(Neuropathology), Center f o r t h e Health Sciences, University o f California, Los Angeles,
California 90024.
Andy, Orlando J., B.S., M.D., Professor and
Chief, Department o f Neurosurgery, University
Medical Center, Jackson, Mississippi 39216.
Angel, J. Lawrence, Ph.D., Curator of Physical
Anthropology, Smithsonian Ixstitution, U.S.
National Museum, Washington, D.C. 20560.
Angevine, Jay Bernard, Jr., Ph.D., Professor of
Anatomy, College of Medicine, T h e University
of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona 85721.
Anson, Barry J., Ph.D., Research Professor, Department o f Otolaryngology and Maxillofacial
Surgery, University Hospitals, T h e University
o f Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa 52240.
Anthony, Adam, Ph.D., Professor of Zoology, L i f e
Sczences Building, Pennsylvania State University, University Park, Pennsylvania 16802.
Antliff, Harold R., Ph.D., Director of Bio-Clinical
Laboratories, Calgary. P.O. Box 5038, Station A,
Calgary 9, Alberta, Canada.
Aplington, Henry W., Jr., Ph.D., Professor of
Biology, Department o f Biology, American International College, Springfield, Massachusetts
01109.
Applebaum, Edmund, D.D.S., Associate Professor of Dental Anatomy, Columbia University,
Department o f Anatomy, CoElege o f Physicians
and Surgeons, 630 W e s t 168th Street, N e w
Y o r k , N e w Y o r k 10032.
Appleby, J. I., A.B., M.B., A.M., M.D., Physician and Surgeon, Company Surgeon, N. Y. c.
& St. L. R. R. Co., 250 W e s t M a i n St.,
Bellevue, Ohio 4481 I .
Arcadi, John A., M.D., Research Professor in
Biology, W h i t t i e r College, Whittier, California
90608.
Arees, Edward A., Ph.D., Research Associate,
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Department of Neuropathology, Massachusetts
General Hospital, Fruit Street, Boston, Massachusetts 02114.
Arenberg, I. Kaufman, M.D., Resident, Department of Otolaryngology, School of Medicine,
Washington University, St. Louis, Missouri
63110.
Arey, Leslie B., Ph.D., Sc.D., LL.D. (Exec. Coin.
’30-’34, Second Vice-Pres. ’42-’46, President
‘52-’54),Emeritus Professor of Anatomy, Northwestern University Medical School, 303 East
Chicago Ave., Chicago, Illinois 6061I.
Argyris, Thomas S., Ph.D., Professor of Pathology.
Upstate Medical Center, SUNY, Syracuse, New
York 13210.
Armstrong, Philip Brownell, M.D., Professor of
Anatomy Emeritus, State University of New
York, Medical Center at Syracuse, Syracuse,
New York 13210.
Aronson, Lester R., Ph.D., Chairman and Curator, Department of Animal Behavior, American
Museum of Natural History, Central Park West
a t 79th Street, New York, New York 10024.
Arora, Harbans L., Ph.D., Division of Biology,
California Institute of Technology, Pasadena,
California 91101.
Ascenzi, A., M.D., Professor of Morbid Anatomy,
Cattedra I, Institute Anatomia Patologica, Universitd di Roma, Viale Regina Elena, 324,
00161 Rome, Italy.
Asdell, Sydney A., M.A., Ph.D., Professor of Amma1 Physiology Emeritus, State College of Aggriculture, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York
14850.
Ashburn, Allen David, Ph.D., Associate Professor,
Department of Anatomy, University of Mississippi School of Medicine, 2500 North State
Street, Jackson, Mississippi 39216.
Ashby, Ebert Alton, Ph.D., NSF/ID/New Delhi,
c/o State Department, Washington, D.C. 20523.
Ashley, Laurence Marvin, Ph.D., Histologist, Histopathologist, Fishery Biologist, Western Fish
Nutrition Laboratory, Cook, Washington 98605.
Ashworth, Robert D.,Ph.D., Assistant Professor of
Anatomy, School of Medicine, Emory University, Atlanta, Georgia 30322.
Asling, C. Willet, M.D., Ph.D., Professor of Anatomy, Department of Anatomy, University of
California Medical Center, San Francisco, California 94122.
Astruc, Juan, M.D., Ph.D., Associate Professor,
Department of Anatomy, Medical College of
Virginia, Health Science Division of Virginia
Commonwealth University, Richmond, Virginia
2321 9.
Atterbury, Ruth Rand, Ph.D., La Madera, New
Mexico 87539.
Aulsebrook, Lucille H., Ph.D., Assistant Professor,
Department of Anatomy, Vanderbilt University,
School of Medicine, Nashville, Tennessee 37232.
Aydelotte, Margaret B., Ph.D., Assistant Professor
of Anatomy, College of Medicine, University of
Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa 52240.
Avery, James K., D.D.S., Ph.D., Professor of
Dentistry: Associate Director, Dental Research
Institute; and Professor of Anatomy, Medical
School; School of Dentishy, The University of
Michigan, A n n Arbor, Michigan 48104.
Baccarini, Iracema M., M.D., Ph.D., Associate
Professor of Pathology, The University of Chicago School of Medicine, Chicago Lying-In Hospital, 5841 Maryland Avenue, Chicago, 1llinoi.s
60637.
Bacon, Robert L., Ph.D., Professor of Anatomy,
University of Oregon Medical School, Portland,
Oregon 97201.
Baculi, Buena E. S., M. D., Department of Anatomy, College of Medicine, University of the
Philippines, H e v a n Street, Manila, Philippines.
Baer, Melvyn J., Ph.D., Professor of Dentistry,
School of Dentistry, University of Michigan.
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48104.
Bailey, Percival, Ph.D., M.D., 731 Lincoln Street
Evanston, Illinois 60201.
Baillif, Ralph N., B.A., Ph.D., Professor of Anat
omy, School of Medicine, Tulane University
1430 Tulane Avenue, New Orleans, Louisiana
70112.
Baird, Irwin L., Ph.D., Professor of Anatomy,
Milton S. Hershey Medical Center, Pennsylvania
State University, Hershey, Pennsylvania 17033.
Baitsell, George Alfred, B.S., M.A., Ph.D., LL.D.,
Colgate Professor of Biology, Yale University,
I l l 1 Lakemont Avenue, Winter Park, Florida
32789.
Baker, Burton Lowell, Ph.D., Sc.D. (Exec. Com.,
’64-’68),Professor of Anatomy, The University
of Michigan Medical School, Department of
Anatomy, The University of Michigan, Medical
Science I I Building, Ann Arbor, Michigan
48104.
Baker, Mary Ann, Ph.D., Assistant Professor,
Department of Physiology, School of Medicine.
University of Southern California, 2025 Zonal
Avenue, Los Angeles, California 90033.
Baker, R. C., Ph.D., 932 Dunellen Drive, Towson,
Maryland 21204.
Baker-Cohen, France, Ph.D., Assistant Professor
in Anatomy, Albert Einstein College of Medicine, 1300 Morris Park Ave., Bronx, New York
10461.
Baldwin, Kate M., Ph.D., Instructor, Department
of Anatomy, College of Medicine, Howard University, Washington, D. C. 20001.
Baldwin, Wesley Manning, A.B., A.M., M.D.,
Box 441,York Beach, Maine 03910.
Ball, Carroll R., Ph.D., Professor of Anatomy,
Department of Anatomy, University of Mississippi School of Medicine, 2500 North State
Street, Jackson, Mississippi 39216.
Bandler, Richard J., Ph.D., Assistant Professor,
Department of Psychiatry, School of Medicine,
Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut
06508.
Banks, William J., Jr., Ph.D., Associate Professor
of Anatomy and Director, Electron Microscope
Training Laboratories, College of Veterinary
Medicine and Biomedical Sciences, Colorado
State University, Fort Collins, Colorado 80521.
Baptista, Benjamin Vinelli, M.D., Professor Catrdritico de Anatomia (Professor of Anatomia)
da Escola Medicina Cirurgia Rio Janeiro e Faculdade Fluminense de Medicina, Auenido Rui
Barbosa, 664, apt. 502, Flamengo, Rio de
Janeiro, Brazil.
Baradi, Abdel F., BSc., Ph.D., Associate Profes-
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sor, Department of Anatomy, Emory University, Atlanta, Georgia 30322.
Barajas, Luciano, M.D., Associate Professor of
Biology, University of California, Los Angeles,
California 90024.
Barka, Tibor, M.D., Professor and Chairman, Department of Anatomy, Professor in Pathology,
Department of Anatomy, Mt. Sinai School of
Medicine, Fifth Avenue and 100th Street, New
York, New York 10029.
Barr, H. J., Ph.D., Associate Professor, Center for
Genetics, University of Illinois Medical Center,
Chicago, Illinois 60612.
Barr, Murray L., M.D., LL.D., F.R.S., (Exec. Com.,
'65-'69), Professor of Anatomy, University of
Western Onatrio, 452 Wonderland Road,
London, Ontario, Canada N6K lL4.
Barraclough, Charles A,, M.S., Ph.D., Professor
of Physiology, School of Medicine, University
of Maryland, Baltimore, Maryland 21201.
Barrett, William C.. Jr., Ph.D., P.O. Box 325,
Feeding Hills, Massachusetts 01030.
Barrington, Burness A., Jr., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Anatomy, College of Medicine, Medical University of South Carolina, 80 Bane
Street, Charleston, South Carolina 29401.
Barrnett, Russell J., M.D., Chairman and Professor of Anatomy, Director of Graduate Studies,
School of Medicine, Tale University, 333 Cedar
Street, New Haven, Connecticut 06510.
Barron, Donald H., Ph.D., Professor of Reproduc.
tive Biology and Medicine, School of Medicine,
University of Florida, Department of Obstetrics
and Gynecology, Gainesville, Florida 32601.
Barron, Kevin D., M.D., C.M., Professor and
Chairman, Department of Neurology, The Albany Medical College of Union University, Albany, New York 12208.
Barry, Alexander, Ph.D., Associate Dean, School
of Medicine, and Professor of Anatomy, Department of Human Anatomy, School of Medicine, Division of Sciences Basic to Medicine,
University of California, Davis, California
95616.
Bar-Sela, Mildred Elwers, Ph.D., Adjunct Assistant
Professor of Anatomy, Baylor College of Medicine, 1929 Dunstan Road, Houston, Texas
77005.
Bartone, John C., B.S., M.S., Ph.D., 4040 Justin
Drive, Annadale, Virginia 22003.
Baskin, Denis G., Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Department of Zoology, Seaver Laboratory, Pomona College, Claremont, California 9171 l .
Basmajian, John V., M.D., Professor of Anatomy
and Director of Research and Associate Director, Emory Regional Rehabilitation Research
and Training Center, Georgia Mental Health
Institute, 1256 Briarcliff Rd., N.E., Atlanta,
Georgia 30306.
Bass, Norman H., M.D., Assistant Professor,
Departments of Neurology and Pharmacology,
University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia
22903.
Basu, S. K., M.B., Ph.D., Professor of Anatomy,
Retired. Nilratan Sircar Medical College, Calcutta, India. Residence: 39, Narikeldanga'Main
Road, Calcutta A-54, India.
Bates, M. Noble, A.B., A.M., Ph.D., Associate
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Professor of Anatomy, School of Medicine, Temple University, Broad and Ontario Streets,
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19140.
Batson, Oscar V., M.A., M.D., Sc.D., LL.D., (2nd
Vice-Pres. '56-'58 >, Professor of Anatomy,
Emeritus, Graduate School of Medicine, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 3926 Pine Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19104.
Bauer, G. Eric, Ph.D., Associate Professor of
Anatomy, Department of Anatorny, University
of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minnesota 55455.
Baumel, Julian J., Ph.D., Professor of Anatomy,
Department of Anatomy, School of Medicine,
Creighton University, Omaha, Nebraska 68131.
Bayer, Irving, A.B., M.A., M.D., Director of Tumor Service, Hospital for Joint Diseases and
Medical Center, New York City. 85-24 Bell
Boulevard, Hollis Hills, New York 11427.
Beams, Harold W., Ph.D., Professor of Zoology,
State University of Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa
52240.
Bearn, Joseph G., B.S., M.B., Senior Lecturer i n
Human Anatomy, Department of Anatomy, The
Middlesex Hospital Medical School, Windeyer
Building, Cleveland Street, London W1 P 6DB.
England.
Beary, Dexter F., Ph.D., Professor, Department
of Biology, Southwestern Union College, Keene,
Texas 76059.
Beasley, Andrew B., Sc.D., Associate Professor
and Acting Chairman, Department of Anatomy,
The Medical College of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19129.
Beattie, John, M.D., D.Sc., Professor, Queen's
College, Cambridge, England.
Beaudoin, Allan R., Ph.D., Professor of Anatomy,
Department of Anatomy, The University of
Michigan, Medical Science I1 Building, Ann
Arbor, Michigan 48104.
Beaver, David L., M.D., Cookeville General Hospital, Cookeville, Tennessee 38501.
Bebin, J o d , M.D., Ph.D., Neuropathologist,
Henry Ford Hospital, Detroit, Michigan 48202.
Becker, Donald P., M.D., Professor, Division of
Neurological Surgery, Medical College of Virginia, Richmond, Virginia 23219.
Becker, R. Frederick, Ph.D., Department of Biomechanics, College of Osteopathic Medicine,
Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan 48823.
Bedford, J. Michael, Vet. M.B.(Cantab.), Ph.D.,
Professor of Reproductive Biology, Cornell University Medical College, 1300 York Avenue,
New York, New York 10021.
BClanger, Leonard F., A.B., M.D., A.M., Professor of Histology and Embryology, School of
Medicine, University of Ottawa, Ottawa,
Canada.
Bell, Mary, Ph.D., Associate Scientist, Cutaneous
Biology, Oregon Regional Primate Research
Center, 505 N.W. 185th Avenue, Beaverton,
Oregon 97005.
Belt, W. Duane, Ph.D., Professor of Anatomy,
Tufts University Schools of Medicine and Dental Medicine, 136 Harrison Avenue, Boston,
Massachusetts
021 11.
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Bencosme, Sergio A., M.D., Ph.D., Professor of
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Pathology, Department o f Pathology, Queen's
University, Kingston, Ontario, Canada.
Benevento, L. A., Ph.D., Associate Professor, University o f Illinois at t h e Medical Center, College o f Medicine, School of Basic Medical Sciences, 1853 West Polk Street, P. 0. Box 6998,
Chicago, Illinois 60680.
Benjamin, H. B., M.D., M.Sc., Associate Professor
of Anatomy, Medical College o f Wisconsin,
561 N . 15th Street, Milwaukee, W i s c o n s i n
53233.
Benjamin, James W., Ph.D., Associate Professor
Emeritus of Anatomy, University of Nebraska
College of Medicine, I 1 0 5 Montrose Avenue,
Laurel, Maryland 20810.
Benjamin, Robert M.,Ph.D., Professor of Neurophysiology and Physiology, University of
Wisconsin Medical Center, 283 Medical Sciences, Madison, W i s c o n s i n 53706.
Bennett, H. Stanley, M.D. (2nd Vice Pres., '58'59; Pres., '59-'60), Sarah Graham Kenan Professor of Biological and Medical Sciences;
Professor of Anatomy; Chairman, Department
of Anatomy; Director, Laboratories for Reproductive Biology; School o f Medicine, T h e University of North Carolina, 111 Swing Buildi n g , Chapel Hill, N o r t h Carolina 27514.
Bennett, Marvin H., Ph.D., Assistant Professor
Neurosurgery/Pharmacology, School o f Medicine, University o f Pittsburgh, 3550 Terrace,
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania I521 3.
Bennett, Michael V. L., D.Phil., Professor of
Anatomy, Albert Einstein College o f Medicine,
Eastchester Road and Morris Park Avenue,
Bronx, N e w Y o r k 10461,
Benoit, Paul E., Ph.D., Associate Professor, Director of Bioscience Courses, Division of Allied
Health Programs, T h e B o w m a n Gray Schcol o f
Medicine, 1990 Beach Street, Winston-Salem,
North Carolina 271 03.
Benson, Bryant, Ph.D., Associate Professor of
Anatomy, ColEege o f Medicine, University o f
Arizona, 5815 North S u n R a y Drive, Tucson,
Arizona 85704.
Benton, Joseph G.,Ph.D., M.D., Downstate Medical Center, State University o f N e w Y o r k ,
450 Clarkson Avenue, Brooklyn, N e w York
11 203.
Benton, Robert Sheeran, A.B., A.M., Ph.D.,
Assoc. Prof. of Anatomy, Department o f Anato m y , Medical Center, University o f Kentucky,
Lexington, Kentucky 40506.
Benzo, Camillo A., Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Department o f Anatomy, State University o f N e w
Y o r k , Upstate Medical Center, Syracuse, N e w
Y o r k 13210.
Berendsen, Peter B., Ph.D., Instructor, Department
o f Anatomy, College o f Medicine and Dentistry
o f N e w Jersey, Newark, N e w Jersey 07103.
Beresford, William A., D. Phil., Associate Professor, Department o f Anatomy, W e s t Virginia University School o f Medicine, Morgantown, W e s t
Virginia 26505.
Berg, Norton B., Ph.D. Assistant Professor, Department o f Anatomy, College o f Medicine,
State University o f N e w York, Upstate Medical
Center, Syracuse, N e w Y o r k 13210.
Berger, Andrew J., A.B., M.A., Ph.D., Professor
and Chairman, Department o f Zoology, 2538
T h e Mall, University o f Hawaii, H o n o l u h ,
Hawaii 96822.
Bergeron, Jan A., V.M.D., Assistant Professor,
Department o f Anatomy, Box 2909, Duke Un.iversity Medical Center, Durham, North Caro1il;:a
27706.
Bergman, Ronald A., Ph.D., Assistant Professor,
Department o f Anatomy, School o f Medicine,
T h e J o h n s Hopkins University, 725 N . W o l f e
Street, Baltimore, Maryland 21 205.
Bergmann, Louis L., M.D., Professor of Anatomy,
N e w Y o r k Medical College, Basic Science Buildi n g , Valhalla, N e w Y o r k 10595.
Berkowitz, Ellis C., M.D., Ph.D., Instructor i n
Otolaryngology, University of Southern California Medical School, Los Angeles; 239 S . L a
Cienega Blvd., Beverly Hills, California 9021 1 .
Berman, Alvin L., Ph.D., Professor o f Neurophysiology, University o f Wisconsin, Madison,
Wisconsin 53706.
Berman, Herbert J., Ph.D., Professor of Biology,
Department o f Biology, Boston University, 2
C u m m i n g t o n Street, Boston, Massachusetis
0221 5.
Berman, Irwin, Ph.D., Associate Professor, School
o f Medicine, University o f Miami, 1600 N.U'.
1 0 t h Avenue, Miami, Florida 33152.
Bern, Howard A., Ph.D., Professor of Zoology;
Research Endocrinologist in the Cancer Research Genetics Laboratory, Department o f
Zoology, University o f California, Berkeley,
California 94704.
Bernard, George R., Ph.D., Professor of Anatomy,
Texas T e c h University School o f Medicine. Lubbock, T e x a s 79409.
Bernard, George W., D.D.S., Ph.D., Associate
Professor, Department o f Anatomy, School of
Medicine, University o f California, Los Angeler,
California 90024.
Bernstein, Jerald Jack, Ph.D., Associate Professor
of Anatomical Sciences, Ophthalmology, and
Center for Neurobiological Sciences, Departm e n t o f Anatomical Sciences, University of
Florida School o f Medicine, Gainesville, Flori d a 32601.
Bernstein, Maurice H., Ph.D., Professor of Anatomy, Department o f Anatomy, School o f Medicine, W a y n e State University, 540 E. Canfield,
Detroit, Michigan 48201.
Bernstorf, E. Cranston, B.S., M.A., Ph.D., Associate Professor in Anatomy, Department of
Anatomy, Meharry Medical College, Nashville,
Tennessee 32708.
Bertalanffy, Felix D., M.Sc., Ph.D., Professor OF
Anatomy, Department o f Anatomy, Medical
College, University o f Manitoba, 7 5 0 Bannatyne
Avenue, W i n n i p e g 3 , Manitoba, Canada.
Bertram, Ewart G., Ph.D., Professor of Anatomy,
School o f Medicine, University o f Toronto,
Toronto 5, Ontario, Canada.
Best, R. Russell, B.Sc., M.D., Assistant Professoir
of Anatomy, Associate Professor of Surgery,
University of Nebraska, College of Medicine,
609 Doctors Building, 44th and Farnam Sts.,
Omaha, Nebraska 68131.
Bevelander, Gerrit, Ph.D., P.O.Box 2656, Carmel,
California 93921.
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Bhargava, Indra, M.S., M.A.M.S., D.Sc. (hon.),
Professor and Head, Department o f Anatomy,
Jauiaharlal lnstitute o f Postgraduate Medical
Education and Research, Pondicheny 6, South
India.
Bhatnagar, Kunwar P., B.Sc., M.Sc., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Anatomy, School o f Medicine,
University o f Louisville, Health Sciences Center,
Louisville, Kentucky 40201.
Bhatnagar, Satish Prasad, M.Sc., Ph.D., F.A.Z.,
F.Z.S., Assistant Professor, Department o f Z o .
ology, Motilal V i g y a n Mahavidyalaya, Bhopal,
India.
Bhussry, Baldev Raj, B.D.S., Ph.D., M.S., Professor and Chairman, Department of Anatomy,
Georgetown University School o f Medicine and
Dentistry, 3900 Reservoir Road, N.W., W a s h ington. D.C. 20007.
Bicher, Haim I., M. D., Ph.D., Associate Professor
of Anatomy and Research Medicine, School of
Medicine, Medical University o f South Carolina, 80 Barre Street, Charleston, South Carolina
29401.
Biggs, Norman Lee, B.S., M.S., Ph.D., Professor
and Chairman, Department of Gross Anatomy,
Baylor University College o f Dentistry, 800 Hall
Street, Dallas, Texas 75226.
Bijlani, Veena, M.B.B.S., M.S., Ph.D., Associate
Professor, Department o f Anatomy, All lndiu
Institute o f Medical Sciences, N e w Delhi, 16,
India.
Billenstein, Dorothy C., B.S., M.S., Ph.D., Associate Professor of Anatomy, College of Veterinary Medicine, Colorado State University, Fort
Collins, Colorado 80521.
Binggeli, Richard L., Ph.D., Assistant Professor,
School o f Medicine, University of Southern
California, 2025 Zonal Avenue, Los Angeles,
California 90033.
Binhammer, Robert T., B.A., M.A., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Anatomy, College o f Medicine,
University o f Cincinnati, E d e n and Bethesda
Avenues, Cincinnati, Ohio 45219.
Birge, Wesley J., Ph.D., Associate Professor of
Zoology, Department o f Zoology, University
o f Kentucky, Lexington, Kentucky 40506.
Bischoff, E . Richard, Ph.D., Assistant Professor,
DepaTtmeitt o f Anatomy, W a s h i n g t o n University, School o f Medicine, St. Louis, Missouri
63110.
Bishop Amelia, Samano, Ph.D., Professor of
Human Embryology, National School o f Medicine, Research Biologist o f t h e lnstituto de
Biologia, Universidad Nacional Autonoma de
Mexico, Ciudad Universitaria, Mexico 20, D.F.
Mexico.
Black, Virginia H., Ph.D., Assistant Professor,
Department o f Cell Biology, School o f Medicine, N e w Y o r k University, N e w York, N e w
York 1001 6.
Blaha, Gordon C., Ph.D., Associate Professor of
Anatomy, College o f Medicine, University o f
Cincinnati, E d e n f Bethesda Aves., Cincinnati,
Ohio 45219.
Blair, Charles Barkley, Jr.. Ph.D., Assistant Professor and Director of Gross Anatomy, Departm e n t o f Anatomy and Histology, School of
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Veterinary Medicine, University o f Georgia,
Athens, Georgia 30601.
Blake, Charles A,, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Department of Anatomy, School of Medicine, Duke
University, Durham, North Carolina 2771 0.
Blanchette-Mackie, Ethel J., Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Department of Anatomy, George W a s h ington University Medical School, 1335 H Street,
N . W., Washington, D. C. 20005.
Blandau, Richard J., Ph.D., M.D., (Exec. Com.,
'55-'59; 1st Vice-Pres., '64-'66; President, '68'69>,Professor, Department o f Biological Structure, School o f Medicine, University of W a s h ington, Seattle, W a s h i n g t o n 98195.
Blanton, Patricia L., Ph.D., Assistant Professor,
Department of Gross Anatomy, Baylor University College o f Dentistry, 800 Hall Sheet.
Dallas. T e x a s 75226.
Bleecker, Margit L., Ph.D., Department o f Anato m y , University o f California, S a n Francisco,
School o f Medicine, 1070 Filbert St., S a n
Francisco, California 94133.
Bleier, Ruth Harriett, M.D., Associate Professor,
Laboratory o f Neurophysiology, Medical School,
The University o f Wisconsin, 283 Medical Sciences Building, Madison, Wisconsin 53706.
Blevins, Charles E.. Ph.D., Associate Professor i n
Anatomy, School of Medicine, Northwestern
University, 303 E. Chicago Ave., Chicago.
lllinois 6061I.
Bloch, Edward H., M.D., Ph.D., Professor of Anatomy, Department of Anatomy. School of Medicine, Case W e s t e r n Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio 44106.
Block, Matthew Harold, B.S., M.S., Ph.D., M.D.,
Associate Professor i n Medicine, University of
Colorado Medical School, Denver, Colorado
80220.
Blomquist, Allen J., Ph.D., Apt. 24, 511 Plaza
Sevilla Ct., Treasure Island, Florida 33706.
Bloom, Floyd E., M.D., Section on Cytochemical
Pharmacology, Laboratory Neurophannacology, NIMH-lRP,
DSMHRP, St. Elizabeth's
Hospital, Washington, D.C.20032.
Blount, Isabel H.. A.B., A.M., Ph.D., Voluntary
Research Worker, Department of Anatomy,
T h e University of T e x a s Medical Branch, Galveston, T e x a s 77550.
Blount, Raymond F., Ph.D., Emeritus Professor
of Anatomy, Department of Anatomy, T h e University o f T e x a s Medical Branch, Galveston,
Texas 77550.
Blumenfeld, Charles M., Ph.D., M.D., Pathologist,
Sutter Hospital, 4700 Parkridge Road, Sacramento, California 93822.
Bo, WaIter J., B.S., M.S., Ph.D., Professor of
Anatomy, B o w m a n Gray School of Medicine,
Winston-Salem, North Carolina 27102.
Boccabella, Anthony V., Ph.D., Professor of Anatomy, N e w Jersey College of Medicine and Dentistry, 100 Bergen Street, Newark, N e w Jersey
07103.
Bock, Walter J., Ph.D., Associate Professor, Department of Biological Sciences, Columbia
University, N e w York, N.Y., 10027.
Bockman, Dale E., Ph.D., Associate Professor of
Anatomy, Medical Cotlege of Ohio at Toledo,
P.O. Box 6190, Toledo, Ohio 43614.
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Bodenstein, Dietrich, Ph.D., Professor and Chairman, Department of Biology, Gilmer Hall,
University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia 22903.
Bodian, David, Ph.D.. M.D. (Exec. Corn., '59-'63;
'68-'69; Pres., '71-'72), Professor and Director,
Department of Anatomy, The Johns Hopkins
University School of Medicine, 709 N. Wolfe
Street, Baltimore, Maryland 21205.
Bodley, H. Daniel, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Department of Anatomy, College of Medicine, University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona 85724.
Bogart, Bruce I., Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Department of Cell Biology, New York University,
School of Medicine, 550 First Avenue. New
York, New York 10016.
Bogart, Ralph, Ph.D., Professor of Animal Husbandry, Department of Animal Science, Oregon
State University, Corvallis, Oregon 97331.
Bogdanove, E. M., Ph.D., Department of Physiology, Medical College of Virginia, Richmond,
Virginia 23219.
Bogumill, George P., Ph.D., M.D., Walter Reed
General Hospital, Washington, D. C. 20012.
Bohatirchuk, F. A., M.D., ScD., Professor in
charge of X-ray Anatomy, Medical Faculty.
University of Ottawa, Nicholas/ McDougal
Streets, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.
Bois, Pierre, M.D.. Ph.D., Dean, Faculty of Medicine, University of Montreal, Montreal, Quebec,
Canada.
Bok, Dean, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Department
of Anatomy, and Associate Director, Jules Stein
Eye Institute, School of Medicine, University of
California, Los Angeles. California 90024.
Boler, R. Keith, Sr.. Ph.D., Assistant Professor of
Anatomy, College of Medicine, University of
South Florida, 4202 E. Fowler Avenue, Tampa,
Florida 33620.
Boling, John L., Ph.D., Professor of Biology, Linfield College, McMinnville. Oregon 97129.
Boling, Leroy R., Ph.D., Professor of Anatomy
and Dean Emeritus, Washington University
School of Dentistry. 4559 Scott Ave.. St. Louis.
Missouri 631 10.
Bondareff, William, Ph.D., M.D., Professor and
Chairman of Anatomy, Department of Anatomy,
Northwestern University Medical School, 303
East Chicago Avenue, Chicago, Illinois 60611.
Bonneyille, Mary A., Ph.D., MCD Biology, Universaty of Colorado, Boulder, Colorado 80302.
Boord, Robert L., Ph.D., Associate Professor of
Biological Sciences, Department of Biological
Sciences, University of Delaware, Newark,
Delaware 1971I.
Borysenko, Myrin, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Department of Anatomy, Tufts University School
of Medicine, 136 H a m s o n Avenue. Boston,
Massachusetts 02111.
Bossy, Jean G., M.D., Professor of Anatomy,
Facult6 de M6decine de Montpellier, Section de
N2mes, Avenue Kennedy, 30-Nimes, France.
Boucek, Robert Joseph, M.D., Professor of Medicine, University of Miami School of Medicine,
and Senior Investigator. Howard Huahes Medical Institute, 1 5 5 6 N.W. 10th Avenue, Miami,
Florida 33136.
Bourne, Geoffrey Howard, M.Sc., D.Ph., D.Sc..
Director. Yerkes Primate Center, Emory Unrc
versity, Atlanta, Georgia 30322.
Bovard, Everett W., Ph.D., Professor of Psychology, Queensborough Community College, City
University of New York, 21 Woods Way, Larchmont, New York 10538.
Boving, Bent G., M.D. Professor of GynecologyObstetrics and Anatomy, School of Medicine,
Wayne State University, Detroit, Michigan
48207. 41901 W. 8 Mile Rd., Northville, Michigan 48167.
Bowles, Lester L., M.D., Professor Emeritus OF
Anatomy, Medical College of Georgia, 290:3
Sussex Road, Augusta, Georgia 30904.
Bowman, James, P., Jr., PhD., Assistant Professor, Department of Anatomy, College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences,
Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colorado 80521.
Boyd, Edith, M.D., Professor of Pediatrics Emeritus, University of Colorado Medical Center,
1259 Albion Street, Denver, Colorado 80220.
Boyd, William H., Ph.D., Associate Professor -Human Anatomy, Department of Biomedical
Sciences, University of Guelph, Guelph, Ontario,
Canada.
Boyden, Edward Allen, A.M., Ph.D., (Med. Sc.).
F.A.C.C.P. (Hon.) (Exec. Com. '28-'32, '39-'46,
1 s t Vice Pres. '46-'48, Pres. '56). Professoi:
Emeritus of Anatomy, University of Minnesota,
and Research Professor, Department of Biological Structure, School of Medicine, University
of Washington, Seattle, Washington 98195.
Boyer, Charles C., Ph.D., Director, Center for
Medical Education, Ball State University,
Muncie, Indiana 47306.
Braekevelt, Charlie R., Ph.D., Assistant Professor,
Department of Anatomy, Faculty of Medicine,
University of Manitoba, Winnipeg 3, Manitoba
R3E OW3.
Brandell, Bruce R., Ph.D., Associate Professor,
Department of Anatomy, University of Saskatch.
ewan, Saskatoon, Canada.
Brandt, Philip Williams, A.B., M.S., Ph.D., Assist.
ant Professor, College of Physicians and Sur.
geons, Department of Anntomy, 630 West 168th
Street, New York, New York 10032.
Brawer, James R., Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Department of Anatomy, Tufts University School
of Medicine, Boston, Massachusetts 021 11.
Brazier, Mary A. B., Ph.D., D.Sc., Professor of
Anatomy, Biophysics, and Physiology, Department of Anatomy, School of Medicine, University of California, Los Angeles, California 90024.
Breazile, James E., D.V.M., Ph.D., Associate Professor, Department of Veterinary Anatomy,
103 Connaway Hall, School of Veterinary Medicine, University of Missouri, Columbia, Missouri 65201.
Breen, Philip C., Ph.D., M.D., Surgical Intern,
Box 24, University of Virginia Hospital, Charlottesville. Virginia 22901.
Brenner, Robert Murray, Ph.D., Associate Professor, University of Oregon Medical School;
Associate Scientist, Department of Electron
Microscopy, Oregon Regional Primate Research
Center, Beaverton, Oregon 97006.
Brent, Robert L., Ph.D., M.D., Professor Pedi-
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atrics and Radiology; Director, Stein Research
Center and Eleanor Roosevelt Research Laboratories; Chairman, Department of Pediatrics,
Jefferson Medical College, 920 Chancellor
Street, Philadelphia, Pa. 19107.
Bressler, Robert S., Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Department of Anatomy, Mount Sinai School of
Medicine of the City University of New York,
100 St. and Fifth Avenue, New York, New York
10029.
Brewer, John I., S.B., M.D., Ph.D., Professor of
Obstetrics and Gynecology, Northwestern University Medical School; Chairman of Obstetrics
and Gynecology, Passavant Hospital, 303 East
Superior, Chicago, Illinois 60611.
Bridgman, Charles F., Ph.D., Adjunct Associate
Professor of Anatomy, School of Medicine,
Emory University, Atlanta, Georgia 30322, and
Director, National Medical Audiovisual Center,
Atlanta, Georgia 30333.
Brii.re, Normand, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Department of Anatomy, School of Medicine, University of Sherbrooke, Sherbrooke, Quebec,
Canada.
Brightman, Milton Wilfred, B.A., M.A., Ph.D.,
Neuroanatomist, National Institute of Neurological Diseases and Blindness, National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, Maryland 20014.
Brizzee, Kenneth R., Ph.D., M.D., Research Associate and Adjunct Professor of Anatomy,
Tulane University, DeEta Regional Primate Research Center, Covington, Louisiana 70433.
Broderson, Stevan H., Ph.D., Assistant Professor,
Department of Biological Structure, School of
Medicine, University of Washington, Seattle,
Washington 98195.
Brodie, Allan G., D.D.S., Ph.D., Professor Emeritus, Department of Orthodontics, College of
Dentistry, University of Illinois, 304 Trinity
Court, Evanston, Illinois 60201.
Brody, Harold, Ph.D., M.D., Professor and Chairman of Anatomy; Dr. Henry C. and Bertha €I.
Buswell Fellow, State University of New York a t
Buffalo, Capen Hall, Buffalo, New York 14214.
Brooks, Dana C., B.E.E., M.D., Associate Professor, Department of Anatomy, Cornell Medical
College, 1300 York Avenue, New York, N.Y.
10021.
Browman, Ludvig G., Ph.D., Professor of Zoology
and Physiology, University of Montana, 664
South Sixth East, Missoula. Montana 59801.
Brown, Esther M., Ph.D., Department of Veterinary Anatomy, College of Veterinary Medicine,
University of Missouri, Columbia, Missouri
65201.
Brown, Herbert E., B.S., M.S.,Ph.D., Associate
Professor of Anatomy, Department of Anatomy,
School of Medicine, University of Missouri,
Columbia, Missouri 65201.
Brown, James O., B.S., M.S.,C.L.C., Ph.D., F.I.C.S.,
Honorary Associate Professor in Anatomy, Jefferson Medical College, and Lecturer in Anatomy, Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine, 704 Main Street, Riverton, New Jersey
08077.
Brown, Jerry William, Ph.D., Professor of Anatomy, Department of Anatomy, Medical Center,
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University of Alabama in Birmingham, University Station, Birmingham, Alabama 35294.
Brown, Leroy T., Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Department of Anatomical Sciences, Health Sciences Center, SUNY Stony Brook, Stony Brook,
New York 11 790.
Brown, Murray C., M.D., 10201 Grosvenor Place
No. 920, Rockville, Maryland 20852.
Brown, Roger E., D.V.M., M.S.Ph.D. Professor of
Veterinary Medicine and Surgery, School of
Veterinary Medicine, University of Missouri,
Columbia, Missouri 65201.
Browning, Henry C., Ph.D., Professor of Anatomy
and Chairman of the Department, University of
Texas Dental Branch, and Professor of Anatomy, University of Texas Medical School a t
Houston, P. 0. Box 20068, Texas Medical
Center, Houston, Texas 77025.
Brownson, Robert H., Ph.D., Professor and ViceChairman, Department of Human Anatomy,
School of Medicine, University of California,
Davis, California 9561 6.
Brues, Austin Moore, A.B., M.D., Professor of
Medicine, The University of Chicago, and Director, Division of Biological and Medical
Research, Argonne National Laboratory, 9700
South Cass Avenue, Argonne, Illinois 60439.
Bruesch, Simon Rulin, A.B., Ph.D., M.D.,Goodman Professor of Anatomy, University of Tennessee Medical Units, 800 Madison Avenue,
Memphis, Tennessee 38103.
Brunst, Victor V., Dr. Biol. Sc. Senior Cancer
Research Scientist, Roswell Park Memorial
Institute, 666 Elm SE., Buffalo, New York 14203.
Bryden, Michael M., Ph.D., D.Sc., Senior Lecturer,
Department of Veterinary Anatomy, The University of Sydney, New South Wales 2006,
Australia.
Buchanan, Archibald Ray, Professor of Anatomy
Emeritus, University of Colorado School of
Medicine, 123 Keller Avenue No., Amery,
Wisconsin 54001.
Buchanan, G. Dale, Ph.D., Associate Professor,
Department of Anatomy, Medical College of
Ohio a t Toledo, P.O. Box 6190, Toledo, Ohio
43614.
Buchwald, Jennifer S., Ph.D., Associate Professor
in Physiology. Department of Physiology,
School of Medicine, Center for the Health Sciences, University of California, Los Angeles,
California 90024.
Buchwald, Nathaniel A.. Ph.D., Professor of
Anatomy in Residence, Department of Anatomy, School of Medicine, University of California, Los Angeles, California 90024.
Buck, Annye C., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of
Anatomy, College of Medicine, Howard University, 1827 24th Street, N.E., Washington,
D.C. 20002.
Buck, Robert C., M.D., M.Sc., Ph.D., Professor
and Head, Department of Anatomy, Faculty
of Medicine, University of Western Ontario,
London, Ontario, Canada.
Bueker, Elmer D., Ph.D., Professor of Anatomy
Emeritus, College of Dentistry and Graduate
School of Arts and Science, New York University, 421 First Avenue, New York, New York
I0010.
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Bulger, Ruth Ellen, Ph.D., Associate Professor of
Pathology, School of Medicine, University of
Maryland, 660 W e s t Redwood Street, Baltimore.
Maryland 21201.
Bunce, Donald Fairbairn MacDougal, 11, B.Sc.,
M.Sc., Ph.D., Professor and Chairman, Department of Physiology, College of Osteopathic
Medicine and Surgery, 722 Sixth Avenue, Des
Moines, Iowa 50309.
Bunge, Mary Barllett, Ph.D., Research Associate
Professor of Anatomy, Washington University
School of Medicine, 660 South Euclid Avenue,
St. Louis, Missouri 631 10.
Bunge, Richard P., M.S., M.D., Professor of Anatomy, Washington University School of Medicine, 660 South Ertclid Avenue, St. Louis,
Missouri 63110.
Bunt, Ann H., Ph.D., Research Associate in
Ophthalmology, School of Medicine, University
of Washington, Seattle, Washington 98195.
1048 NE 95th, Seattle, Washington 98115.
Burden, Hubert W., Ph.D., Assistant Professor,
Department of Anatomy, School of Medicine,
East Carolina University, Greenville, North
Carolina 27834.
Burdi, Alphonse R., B.S., M.S., Ph.D., Associate
Professor, Department of Anatomy, T h e University of Michigan, Medical Science 11 Buildi n g , A n n Arbor. Michigan 48104.
Burgos, Mario, M.D., Director, Instituto dk Hfstologia y Embriologia, Casilla de Coneo 56,
Facultad de Medicina-U.N.C.,
Mendoza,
Argentina.
Burke, Jack Denning, B.A., M.S., Ph.D., Professor
of Anatomy, Department of Anatomy, Medical
College of Virginia, Richmond, Virginia 23219.
Burkel, William E., Ph.D., Associate Professor of
Anatomy, The University of Michigan Medical
School, Department of Anatomy, T h e University of Michigan, Medical Science 11 Building,
A n n Arbor, Michigan 481 04.
Burnett, Allison Lee, A.B., M.S., Ph.D., Associate
Professor of Biology, Developmental Biology
Center, Western Reserve University, Cleveland. Ohio 441 06.
Burns, E. Robert, Ph.D., Associate Professor of
Anatomy, Department of Anatomy, University
of Arkansas Medical Center, Little Rock, Arkansas 72201.
Burns. Robert K., Ph.D.. Devartment of Biology,
Bridgewater College,. Biidgewater, Virginia
22812.
Burnside, Mary Beth, Ph.D., Assistant Professor,
Department of Anatomy, University of P e n n sylvania School of Medicine, Philadelphia,
Pennsylvania 19104.
Burt, Alvin M.,In, A.B., Ph.D., Associate Professor of Anatomy, Vanderbilt University, School
of Medicine, Nashville, Tennessee 37232.
Burton, Alexis L., M.D., Professor, Department
of Anatomy, The University of Texas Health
Science Center at San Antonio, 7703 Floyd
Curl Drive, San Antonio, Texas 78284.
Burton, Harold, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Department of Anatomy and Physiology, Washington University School of Medicine, St. Louis,
Missouri 63110.
Burton, Paul R., Ph.D., Professor, Department of
Physiology and Cell Biology, T h e University of
Kansas, Lawrence, Kansas 66044.
Bush, Francis M., Ph.D., Associate Professor of
Anatomy, Medical College of Virginia, Health
Sciences Division, Virginia Commonwealth Un iuersity, Richmond, Virginia 23219.
Bustos-Obregon, Eduardo, Me%., M.D., Professor,
Department of Biology, Faculty of Chemistty
and Pharmacy, University of Chile, Santiago,
Chile.
Butcher, Earl O., Ph.D., Professor Emeritus of
Anatomy, N e w York University, 11 3 Laurcl
Road, Princeton, N e w Jersey 08540.
Butler, A n n B., P h D . , Assistant Professor, Department of Anatomy, T h e George Washington
University School of Medicine, 24th and IT.
Street, N.W., Washington, D.C. 20037.
Butler, Elmer G., Ph.D., D.Sc., Henry Fairiield
Osborn Professor of Biology, Emeritus, Departm e n t of Biology, Princeton University, Princcrton, N e w Jersey 08540.
Butterworth, Bernard Bert, Ph.D.. Associate Professor, Department of Anatomy, University of
Missouri at Kansas City, Kansas City. Missouri 641 10.
Cabrera, Cesar V., M.D., Department of Anatomy,
School of Medicine, University of Miami, 6825
W . Flagler Street, Apt. 206, Miami, Florida
331 44.
Cahill, Donald R., Ph.D., Associate Professor,
Department of Biological Structure, School of
Medicine. University of Miami, Miami. Floridn
331 52.
Cairns, John M., Ph.D., Senior Cancer Research
Scientist, Roszuell Park Memorial Institute',
Biological Station, Springville, New Yorlh
14141.
Calabrisi, Paul, B.A., M.A., Ph.D. (Contab), Pro!fessor of Anatomy, George Washington Medical School, 1335 H St.. N.W.. Washington,
D.C. 20005.
Caley, David W., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of
Anatomy, School of Medicine, University of
Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia 22901.
Calhoun, Calvin Lee, M.D., Professor and Chairman, Department of Anatomical Sciences, Acting Director, Division of Neurology, Meharry
Medical College, 1005 18th Avenue, North,
Nashville, Tennessee 37208.
Calhoun, Mary Lois, D.V.M., Ph.D., Professor of
Anatomy, Emeritus, Colleges of Veterinary and
H u m a n Medicine, Michigan State University,
Giltner Hall, East Lansing, Michigan 48823.
Callahan, William P., Ph.D., Associate Professor,
Department of Anatomy, College of Medicine,
University of South Alabama, Mobile, Alabamtr
36688.
Callas, Gerald, M. D., Ph.D., Assistant Professcn:
of Anatomy, School of Medicine, University of
Texas Medical Branch, 2521 Azalea Court. GaZveston. Texas 77550.
Cameron, Ivan L., Ph.D., Associate Professor, De.
partment of Anatomy, T h e University of Texar
Health Science Center at San Antonio ,7705
Floyd Curl Drive, San Antonio, Texas 78284.
Cammermeyer, Jan, M.D., Chief, Section on Ex..
perimental Neuropathology, National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, Maryland 20014.
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Campbell, Berry, Ph.D., Professor of Physiology,
Department o f Physiology, University o f California, Irvine, California 92664
Campbell, C. Boyd Godfrey, M.D., Ph.D., Associate
Professor of Neural Sciences and of Anatomy
and Physiology, Center for Neural Sciences,
Indiana University. Bloomington. Indiana
47401.
Campbell, Ferrell R., Ph.D., Instructor, Department o f Anatomy, Stanford University. Stanford, California 94305.
Campbell. John H., Ph.D., Assistant Professor,
Department o f Anatomy, School o f Medicine,
Health Sciences Building, University o f Caltfornia, Los Angeles, California 90024.
Cancellaro, Louis A., Ph.D., M.D., Director, Greenville Area Mental Health Center, 715 Grove
Road, Greenville, South Carolina 29605 and
Assistant Clinical Professor, Department of
Psychiatry, Medical University o f South Carolina, Charleston, South Carolina 29401.
Cannon, Marvin S., Ph.D., Instructor of Biology,
Department o f Biology, Capital University,
2199 East Main Street, Columbus, Ohio 43209.
Capps, Mary J., Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Department o f Otolaryngology, School o f Medicine, University o f Minnesota, Minneapolis,
Minnesota 55455.
Cardell, Robert R., Ph.D., Professor of Anatomy,
School of Medicine, University of Virginia,
Charlottesville, Virginia 22901.
Cardinet, George Hugh, 111, D.V.M., Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Department o f Anatomy,
Kansas State University. Manhattan. Kansas
66504.
Carey, Joshua H., M.D., Ph.D., 1218 Bourbon
Street, New Orleans, Louisiana 70116.
Carlson, Bruce M., M.D.-Ph.D., Associate Professor of Anatomy, The University of Michigan
Medical School, Department o f Anatomy, The
University o f Michigan, Medical Science 11
Building, A n n Arbor, Michigan 48104.
Carlson, Edward C., Ph.D., Instructor, Department of Anatomy, College o f Medicine, University o f Arizona, Tucson, Arizona 85724.
Carman, John B., M.B., Ch.B., B.Med.Sc., D. Phil.,
Professor of Anatomy, Department o f Anatomy,
School of Medicine, University o f Auckland,
Auckland, New Zealand.
Carpenter, Anna-Mary, B.A., M.S., Ph.D., M.D.,
Professor, Department o f Anatomy, School o f
Medicine, 254 Jackson Hall, University of
Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minnesota 55455.
Carpenter, Esther, Ph.D., D.Sc. (hon.), Myra M.
Sampson Professor of Zoology, Smith College,
55 Prospect Street, Northampton, Massachusetts 01060.
Carpenter, Malcolm B., B.A., M.D., Professor of
Anatomy, College o f Physicians and Surgeons,
Columbia University, 630 West 168th Strert.
New York, New York 10032.
Carpenter, Russell L., Ph.D., Professor of Zoology
Emeritus, Tufts University; Research Biologist,
US. Department of Health. Education, and
Welfare, Public Health Service, Northeastern
Radiological Health Laboratory. 60-H L a b
Street, Winchester, Massachusetts 01890.
Carpenter, Stanley J., Ph.D.. Assistant Professor,
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Department o f Anatomy, Dartmouth Medical
School, Hanover, New Hampshire 03755.
Cam, David Harvey, M.B., Ch.B., L.M.C.C., Professor of Anatomy, Faculty of Medicine, M c Master University, Hamilton, Ontario. Canada.
Carreras, Mirko, M.D., Professor of Neurology,
Clinica delle malattie nervose e mentali della
Universitd d i Sassari, Viale S. Pietro 10, Sassari 07100, Italy.
Carrow, Rexford E.. Ph.D., Associate Professor,
Department o f Anatomy. College o f H u m a n
Medicine, Michigan State University, East
Lansing, Michigan 48823.
Carver, Gail L., A.B., A.M., Professor of Biology,
Mercer University, Macon, Georgia 31207.
Casarett, George W., Ph.D., Profcssor in Radiation Biology, School of Medicine and D e n t i sm ,
University of Rochester, 260 Crittenden Boulevard, Rochester, New York 14642.
Case, Norman M., B.S., M.S., Ph.D., Assistant
Professor, Loma Linda University, Department
of Anatomy, Loma Linda, California 92354.
Casey, Albert E., M.D., Pathologist and Director
of Laboratories, The Baptist Hospital, Birmingham, Alabama; Professor of Pathology, Medical College of Alabama; 201 1 Southwood Road,
Birmingham, Alabama 35216.
Casida, L. E., B.S., A.M., Ph.D., Professor of
Genetics, Department of Genetics, University
of Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin 53706.
Caso, Louis V., Ph.D., Associate Professor, Department o f Anatomic Sciences, Temple University, School o f Dentistry. 3223 North Broad
Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19140.
Castejon, Haydle V., M.D.. Unidud de Invesffgaciones Biologicas Ciclo Basico, Facultad de
Medicina. Universidad &l Zuliu, Apartado 526,
Maracaibo, Venezuela.
Castejon, Orlando Jose, M.D., Head, Electron
Microscopy Section, Znstituto de lnvestigacidn
Clinica, Apartado Postal 11 5 1 , Maracaibo,
Venezuela.
Castelli, Walter A., D.D.S., M.S., Associate Professor of Anatomy. The University of Michigan
Medical School, Department o f Anatomy, T h e
University of Michigan, Medical Science 11
Building, A n n Arbor, Michigan 48104.
Castelnuovo, Gina, Ph.D.. Vi a Boncompagni 16,
Rome, Italy.
Castro, Anthony J., Ph.D., Assistant Professor
Department o f Anatomy, School o f Medicine,
Louisiana State University, N e w Orleans, Louisiana 701 12.
Catchpole, Hubert Ralph, B.A. (Contab ), Ph.D.,
Research Professor of Pathology, Department
o f Pathology, University of Illinois. College o f
Medicine, 1853 W e s t Polk Street. Chicago,
Illinois 60612.
Cattoni, Martin, B.S., D.D.S., M.S.D., Sc.D. (Honorary) Professor of Periodontia and Endodontia,
Chairman, Medicine Department, University of
Texas Dental Branch, P.O.Box 20068, Houston,
Texas 77025.
Cauna, Nikolajs, M.D., D.Sc., Professor of Anatomy, School of Medicine, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15213.
Cavazos, Larry F., Ph.D., Associate Dean, T u f t s
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University School of Medicine, 136 Harrison
Avenue, Boston, Massachusetts 021 1 I .
Cave, M. Donald, Ph.D., Associate Professor of
Anatomy, Department o f Anatomy, University
o f Arkansas Medical Center, Little Roch,
Arkansas 72201.
Cedergren, Ebba L. C., M.D., Ph.D., Professor,
Department of Anatomy, University o f U m e c ,
Postfack, Umed 6,Sweden.
Center, Elizabeth M., Ph.D., Research Associate.
Department o f Anatomy, Stanford University
School o f Medicine, Stanford, California 94305
Chaffee, Barbara Jo Serber, M.D., Ph.D., 768
Canton Avenue, Milton, Massachusetts 021 86.
Chamberlain, Jack G., Ph.D., Associate Professor
and Chairman of Anatomy, University o f the
Pacific School o f Dentistry, S a n Francisco,
California 941 15.
Chambers, Edw-ard L., M.D.,Professor of Physiology and Biochemistry, University o f Miami
School o f Medicine, P.O. Box 875, Biscayne
A n n e x , Miami, Florida 33152.
Chambers, Wilbert F., Ph D., Assoclate Professor
of Anatomy, Dartmouth Medical School, Hanover, N e w Hampshire 03755.
Chambers, William Wallace, Jr , B.S., Ph.D.,
Professor of Anatomy, Department of Anatomy,
University of Pennsylvania, School o f Medicine, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania I 9 1 04.
Chan, An Soo, Ph.D., Instructor, Department o f
Anatomy, College o f Medicine, Howard University, W a s h i n g t o n , District of Columbia 20001.
Chan, Beatrice S. T., M.D., Ph.D., Reader of Anatomy, Department of Anatomy, University of
Hong Kong, Hong Kong.
Chan, Frank, Ph.D., Instructor, Department o f
Anatomy, School o f Medicine, university o f
Tennessee, Memphis, Tennessee 381 03.
Chang, Chun, M.D., Professor of Anatomy. Peiping Union Medical College, Peking, People's
Republic o f China.
Chang, M. C., Ph.D., Sc.D., Research Professor,
Boston University, Worcester Foundation for
Experimental Biology, Worcester Foundation,
Shrewsbury, Massachusetts 01545
Chang, Tso Kan, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of
Anatomy, Peiping U n i o n Medical College,
Peking, People's Republic o f China
Chang, William W. L., M.D., Ph.D., Assistant
Professor, Department o f Anatomy, Mount
Sinai School of Medicine, T h e City University
of N e w Y o r k , N e w Y o r k , N e w Y o r k 10029.
Chan-Palay. Victoria L., Ph.D., Instructor. Departm e n t s of Neurobiology and Anatomy, Harvard
Medical School, Boston, Massachusetts 02115.
Chapman, Albert L., Ph.D.. Associate Professor
of Anatomy, University of Kansas Medical
Center, Kansas City, Kansas 66103
Chapman, Arthur O.,Ph.D., Professor of Zoology,
259 W I D B , Brigham Y o u n g Uniuetsity. Provo,
U t a h 84601.
Chapman, George Bunker, A.B., A.M., Ph.D.,
Professor and Chairman, Department of Biology, Department o f Biology, Georgetown University, Washington, D.C. 20007.
Charipper. Harry A., B.S., M.S., Ph.D., Litt.D.
(hon.), Professor Emeritus of Biology, Departm e n t o f Biology, N e w Y o r k University, W a s h -
ington Square East, N e w Y o r k , N e w Yorlr
10003.
Chase, Michael H., Ph.D., Assistant Professor,
Department of Physiology, and Research Associate, Department of Anatomy, Universitg
of California School o f Medicine, Los Angeles.
California 90024.
Chase, Samuel W., Ph.D., Professor Emeritus of
Histology and Embryology, Western Reserve
University, 3358 Meadowbrook Boulevard,
Cleveland Heights, Ohio 441 1 S.
Chatain, Ives, M.D., Professor and Head Gross
Anatomy Section, Departamento d e Morfologin, Universidad del Valle, Calf, Colombia,
South America.
Chaube, Shakuntala, Ph.D., Research Assistant
Professor, Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, New York University School of Medicine,
Institute o f Rehabilitation Medicine, 400 East
3 4 t h Street, Room RR 509A, N e w York, Neui
Y o r k 10016.
Chen, Li-Tsun, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Departm e n t o f Anatomy, School of Medicine, Johns
Hopkins University, Baltimore, Maryland 21 205.
Chepenik, Kenneth P., Ph.D., Assistant Professor,
Department o f Anatomy, B o w m a n Gray School
o f Medicine, Winston-Salem, North Carolinti
27103.
Cherney, David D., M.A., Ph.D., Instructor, Department o f Anatomy, Medical College o f Ohio
at Toledo, Toledo, Ohio 43614.
Chevremont, Maurice Jean Joseph, M.D.,
Professor
of Histology and Embryology, Institut d'Anatom i e , University of LiBge, 20, R u e de Pitteurs,
Lidge, Belgium.
Chiakulas, John J., Ph.D., Professor of Anatomy,
T h e Chicago Medical School, 2020 W e s t Ogden
Avenue, Chicago, Illinois 60612.
Chiquoine, A. Duncan, Ph.D., Professor of Biology
and Chairman, Department of Biology, Hamil.
t o n College, Clinton, N e w Y o r k 13323.
Chlapowski, Francis J., Ph.D., Assistant Professor,
Department o f Anatomy, University o f Massachusetts Medical School, Worcester, Massachusetts 01 604.
Choudary, Jasti B., B.V.Sc., M.S., Ph.D., Senior
Research Investigator, Department o f Endocrinology, Division o f Biological Research, G. D .
Searle C Co., P. 0. Box 5110, Chicago, Illinois
60680.
Christensen, A. Kent, Ph.D., Professor and Chairman, Department o f Anatomy, School of Medicine, T e m p l e University, 3400 North Broad
Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19140.
Christensen, George C., D.V.M., Ph.D., VicePresident for Academic Affairs, Iowa State
University, I 1 I Beardshear Hall, A m e s , Iowa!
5001 0.
Christensen, John B., B.A., M.S., Ph.D., Associate
Professor of Anatomy, Department o f A n a t o m y .
George W a s h i n g t o n University School o f Medicine, 1335 N.W. H. Street, Washington, D. C
20005.
Christensen, Kermit, Ph.D., Professor of Anatomy,
St. Louis University School of Medicine, 1402
S o u t h Grand Blvd., St. Louis, Missouri 63104
Christian, Charles D., Ph.D., M.D., Professor and
Chairman, Department of Obstetrics and
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Gynecology and Professor of Anatomy, University of Arizona, College of Medicine, Tucson,
Arizona 85724.
Chryssanthou, Chryssanthos, M.D., Associate Director of Laboratories & Research, Beth Israel
Medical Center, 10 Nathan D. Perlman PI.,
New York, New York 10003.
Chu, Chi H. U., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of
Anatomy, School of Medicine, Western Reserve University, 2109 Adelbert Road, Cleveland, Ohio 44106.
Chu, Ping-Chong, M.D., Assistant Lecturer, Department of Anatomy, Faculty of Medicine,
University of Hong Kong, Li Sku Fan Building,
Sassoon Road, Hong Kong.
Church, Lloyd E., D.D.S., M.S., Ph.D., Associate
Professorial Lecturer in Anatomy, The George
Washington University School of Medicine,
1335 H Street, N. W., Washington, D. C. 20005
and Assistant Professor of Anatomy, University
of Maryland, School of Medicine, Lombard &
Greene Street, Baltimore, Maryland 21201.
Clabough, Jeanne W., Ph.D., Assistant Professor,
Department of Anatomy, Medical College of
Virginia, Health Sciences Division, Virginia
Commonwealth University, Richmond, Virginia 23219.
Clancy, John Jr., Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Department of Anatomy, Medical College, 750
Bannatyne Avenue, Winnipeg, Manitoba, R3E
OW3, Canada.
Clark, Allen W., Ph.D., Department of Anatomy,
University of Wisconsin Medical School, Bardeen Medical Laboratories, Madison, Wisconsin
53706.
Clark, David Lee, Ph.D., Department of Anatomy,
Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio 4321 0.
Clark, George, Ph.D., Visiting Professor of Anatomy, Department of Anatomy, Medical University of South Carolina, Charleston, South
Carolina 29401.
Clark, Michael A,, Ph.D., Medical Student, College
of Medicine, The Ohio State University, 586
Woodbury Avenue, Columbus Ohio, 43223.
Clark, Ronald G., Ph.D., Associate Professor of
Biological Structure, School of Medicine, University of Miami, P. 0. Box 875, Biscayne Annex, Miami, Florida 33152.
Clark, Sam L., Jr., M.D., (Exec. Com., '68-'72),
Professor and Chairman, Department of Anatomy, University of Massachusetts Medical
School, 419 Belmont Street, Worcester, Massachusetts 01604.
Clarke, Thomas D., Ph.D., Biomedical Scientist,
6570th Aeromedical Research Laboratory (BBI),
Holloman Air Force Base, New Mexico 88330.
Clattenburg, Robert E., Ph.D., Assistant Professor,
Department of Anatomy, University of Western
Ontario, London 72, Onatrio, Canada.
Clawson, Robert C., Ph.D., Assistant Professor i n
Anatomy, L S U School of Medicine in Shreveport, 510 East Stoner Avenue, Shreveport,
Louisiana 71101.
Clemente, Carmine D., Ph.D., (Exec. Com., '69'70; First Vice-Pres., '7&'72),
Professor and
Chairman, Department of Anatomy, School
of Medicine, University of California, Los
Angeles, California 90024.
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elements, Leo P., A.B., M.S., Ph.D., Professor
Emeritus of Anatomy, The Creighton University School of Medicine, 3505 H a w t h o r n AW
enue, Omaha, Nebraska 68131.
Clermont, Yves, Ph.D., (Second Vice-Pres., '70'72; First Vice-Pres., '7Z'73), Professor, Department of Anatomy, McGill University, Montreal, Canada.
Cleveland, Rucker, Ph.D., Research Assistant,
Cytology Laboratory, Dept. of Surgery, University of Cincinnati, School of Medicine. Mrs.
Ralph P. Rich, Box 737, Warsaw, Kentucky
41 095.
Clewe, Thomas H., M.D., Assistant Clinical Research Director, Sguibb Institute for Medical
Research, Princeton, New Jersey 08540.
Coalson, Robert E., Ph.D., Professor, Department
of Anatomical Sciences, University of Oklahoma
Health Sciences Center, P. 0. Box 26901, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73190.
Coates, Penelope W., Ph.D., Assistant Professor
of Biological Structure, School of Medicine, University of Washington, Seattle, Washington
98195.
Cobb, W. Montague, M.D., Ph.D., Sc.D. (Hon.),
Professor OP Anatomy, Howard University College of Medicine, Washington, D. C. 20001.
Coetzee, Mona Luyten, Ph.D., Research Associate
in Anatomy and Cell Biology, School of Medicine, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh,
Pennsylvania 15213.
Coggeshall, Richard E., M.D., Member, Marine
Biomedical Institute, Chief of the Ultrastructure Section and Professor of Anatomy, University of Texas Medical Branch a t Galveston,
200 University Boulevard, Galveston, Texas
77550.
Cohen, Adolph I., Ph.D., Professor of Anatomy;
Research Professor of Ophthalmology, Department of Ophthalmology, Washington U n i
versity School of Medicine, St. Louis, Missouri
63110.
Cohen, David H., Ph.D., Professor, Department of
Physiology, School of Medicine, University of
Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia 22903.
Cohn, Sidney Arthur, Ph.D., Professor of Anatomy,
University of Tennessee Medical Units, 800
Madison Avenue, Memphis, Tennessee 38103.
Coidan, Rosette Spoerri, B.A., M.S.,Ph.D., c/o
Mrs. E. Kimberly, 67 Wise Street, Akron, Ohio
44304.
Colborn, Gene L., Ph.D., Associate Professor, Department of Anatomy. The University of Texas
Health Science Center a t Sun Antonio, 7703
Floyd Curl Drive, San Anotnio, Texas 78284.
Cole, Elbert C., Ph.D., 2 Chipman Park, Middlebury, Vermont 05753.
Cole, Harold H., Ph.D., Professor of Animal Husbandry, University of California, and Animal
Husbandman, Experimental Station of the C o t
lege of Agriculture, Davis, California 95616.
Coleman, Paul, D.. Ph.D., Professsor, Department
of Anatomy, School of Medicine, University of
Rochester, Rochester, New York 14620.
Coleman, Russell D., D.D.S., Associate Professor
of Dentistry, University of California, Medical
Center, School of Dentistry, Sun Francisco,
California 94122.
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tus of Anatomy, College of Physicians and SurColeman, William H.,Ph.D., Instructor, Departm e n t o f Anatomy, Medical College, University
geons, Columbia University, and Professor of
Anatomy, University o f Miami School o f Medio f Alabama in Birmingham, Birmingham,
Alabama 35233.
cine, P. 0. Box 875, Biscayne Annex, Miami,
Collet, Andrk J., M.D., Associate Professor, DeFlorida 33152.
partment o f Anatomy, School o f Medicine,
Corlis, Clark E., B.S.,M.S., Ph.D., Associate ProLava1 University, QuLbec, Qudbec, Canada.
fessor of Anatomy, Department o f Anatomy,
Collings, M. Raymond, A.B., M.D., Professor of
University o f Tennessee Medical Units, 800
Anatomy, (Retired), College of Medicine,
Madison Avenue, Memphis, Tennessee 381 03.
Wayne State University, 9201 W e s t Outer Corner, George W., A.B., M.D., Sc.D., L.L.D.,
Drive, Detroit, Michigan 48219.
(Exec. Com. '26-'30, '38-'42; Sec.-Treas. '30Collins, Michael F., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of
'38; Pres. '4V48), Director Emeritus, DepartAnatomy, School o f Medicine. University o f
ment of Embryology, Carnegie Institution of
Connecticut, Fannington Avenue, Fannington,
Washington; Executive M c e r , American PhiloConnecticut 06032.
sophical Society, 104 So. 5 t h Street, PhiladelColonnier, Marc M.D., Ph.D., Professor and Head,
phia, Pennsylvania 191 06.
Department of Anatomy, Faculty o f Medicine,
Correll, Robert Eugene, B.A., M.A., W.D., ConUniversity of Ottawa, 275 Nicholas Street,
sultant in Psychology and Neurophysiology,
Ottawa. Ontario, Canada. KIN 6N5
Departments o f Psychiatry and Neurosurgery,
Combs, C. Murphy, Ph.D., Professor and ChairHartford Hospital, Hartford, Connecticut 06114.
man of Anatomy, T h e Chicago Medical School, Costa, Jonathan L., M.D., Ph.D., Research AssociInstitute for Medical Research, 2020 W . Ogden
ate, National Institutes o f Health, B l d g . 36,
Ave., Chicago, Illinois 60612.
R m . 4B-22,Bethesda, Maryland 20014.
Conklin, James L., Ph.D., Professor of Anatomy
Cotter, William Bryan. Jr., Ph.D., Associate Proand Associate Dean for Student Affairs, Life
fessor of Anatomy, Department o f Anatomy,
Sciences Building, College o f Human Medicine,
T h e Medical Center, University o f Kentuckg,
Michigan State University, East Lansing,
Lexington, Kentucky 40506.
Michigan 48823.
Coulombre, Alfred J., Ph.D., Biologist, Laboratory
Connell, Carolyn J., Ph.D., Research Scientist,
o f Vision Research, National Eye Institute,
EM Laboratory, Life Sciences Division, Stanford
National Institutes o f Health, Bethesda, MaryResearch Institute, Menlo Park, California
land 20014.
94025.
Coupland, Rex E., Ph.D., M.D., F.R.S.E.. Professor,
Connell, Reid S., Ph.D., Associate Professor, DeDepartment o f H u m a n Morphology, University
partment o f Anatomy, School o f Medicine, Unio f Nottingham, Nottingham, England.
versity o f Oregon, Portland, Oregon 97201.
Courville, Jacques, M.D., dr. med.. Associate ProConstantinides, Pans, M.D., Ph.D., Professor
fessor, Department o f Physiology, University
of Pathology, School o f Medicine, Universitq
of Montreal, Montreal, Province o f Quebec,
o f British Columbia, Vancouver 8, B. C.,
Canada.
Canada.
Contopoulos, A. N., Ph.D., M.D., Associate Pro- Coutinho, HBlio B., M.D., Chairman, Department of Histochemistry and Histophysiology.
fessor. Devartment of Anatomu. Universitu of
Instituto de Biociencias, Universidade Federal
California School o f .Medicine,'San Francisco
& Pernambuco, CP 2976, Recife, Pernambuco,
Medical Center, Sun Francisco, California
Brasil.
94122.
Contu, Paolo, M.D., Professor of Neuro-Anatomy, Covell, Walter P., Ph.D., M.D., Professor Emeritus
of Otolaryngology, School of Medicine, WashingInstitute o f Anatomy, Medical School o f Pdrto
ton University. 2732 Inverness Drive, La Jolla,
Alegre, University o f Rio Grande do Sul, P&to
California 92037.
Alegre, Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil.
Cooper, Edwin Lowell, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Cowan, William Maxwell, D.Phil., B.M., B.Ch.,
Professor and Chairman, Department of AnatDepartment o f Anatomy, University o f Caliomy, Washington University School of Medifornia, Los Angeles, Center f o r Health Sciences,
cine, 660 South Euclid Avenue, St. Louis, MfsLos Angeles, California 90024.
souri 63110.
Cooper, George Wallace, Jr., Ph.D., Assistant ProCowden, Ronald Reed, Dr. Phil., Professor and
fessor, Department of Anatomy, College of
Chairman of Anatomy, Albany Medical College
Physicians and Surgeons, Columbia Univerof Union University, Albany, New York 12208.
sity, 630 W e s t 168th Street, New York, New
Cowdry, Edmund V., Ph.D., (Exec. Com. '26York 10032.
'30, 1st Vice-Pres. '34-'36), Professor Emeritus
Cooper, George William, M.D., M.A., F.I.C.S.,
of Anatomy, School of Medicine, Washington
Retired, 7307 St. Charles Ave., N e w Orleans,
University, 4580 Scott Avenue, St. Louis, MisLouisiana 70118.
souri 63110.
Cooperstein, Sherwin J., D.D.S., Ph.D., Professor
Head, Department o f Anatomy, School o f Medi- Cox, Phoebe L., M.D., C.M., Ph.D., 160 Beech
Street, Holyoke, Massachiisetts 01 040.
cine, University o f Connecticut, Farmington
Avenue, Farmington, Connecticut 06032.
Coyle, Peter, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of AnatCopeland, Donald Eugene, Ph.D., Professor, Deomy, The University of Michigan Medical
partment o f Biology, Tulane University, New OrSchool, Department o f Anatomy, T h e University
leans. Louisiana 70118.
of Michiclan, Medical Science 11. A n n Arbor.
Copenhaver, Wilfred M., Ph.D., Professor EmeriMichigan 48104.
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Coyne, Robert V., Ph.D., 5831 Varadero Drive,
Westerville, Ohio 43081.
Crafts, Roger C., Ph.D., Professor of Anatomy
and Director of the Department, College of
Medicine, University o f Cincinnati, Eden and
Bethesda Avenues, Cincinnati, Ohio 45219.
Craigie, E. Horne, Ph.D., (Exec. Com. ’41-’48),
52 Shathgowan Avenue, Toronto, Onatrio,
Canada M4N 1B9.
Crain, Stanley M., Ph.D., Professor of Physiology,
Albert Einstein College of Medicine and Rose F.
Kennedy Center, 1410 Pelham Parkway So.,
Bronx, New York 10461.
Crelin, Edmund S., Ph.D., D.Sc., Professor of
Anatomy. Yale University School of Medicine,
333 Cedar Street, New Haven, Connecticut
0651 0.
Crisp, Thomas M., Jr., Ph.D., Associate Professor,
Department o f Anatomy, Georgetown University
School of Medicine and Dentistry, 3900 Reservoir Road N.W., Washington, District o f Columbia 20007.
Crispens, Charles G., Jr., Ph.D., Professor of
Biology, Department of Biology, T h e University
o f Alabama in Birmingham, University Station,
Birmingham, Alabama 35294.
Critchlow, B. Vaughn, Ph.D., Professor and Chairman of Anatomy, School o f Medicine, University o f Oregon, 3181 S.W. Sam Jackson Park
Road, Portland, Oregon 97201.
Crosby, Elizabeth C . , Ph.D., Professor Emeritus of
Anatomy, Medical School, University o f Michigan and University o f Alabama, T o w n House
Hotel, Birmingham, Alabama 35233.
Crouse, Gail S., B.S., M.A., Ph.D., Associate
Professor, Department o f Anatomy, School o f
Medicine, Temple University, Broad and Ontario Streets, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19140.
Cuajunco, Fidel, M.D.. Professor Emeritus of
Anatomy, College of Medicine, University of
the Philippines, 1554 Colorado Street, Ermita,
Manila, Philippines.
Cummings, John F., D.V.M., Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Department o f Anatomy, New York
State Veterinary College, Cornell University,
Ithaca, New York 14850.
Cummins, Harold, Ph.D., (Exec. Com., ’3W40;
2nd Vice Pres., ’59-’60; Pres., ’61-’62). Professor Emeritus of Anatomy, School o f Medicine,
Tulane University, 1430 Tulane Avenue, New
Orleans, Louisiana 70112.
Cunha, Gerald R., Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Department o f Anatomy, School o f Medicine,
Stanford University, Stanford, California 94305.
Cunningham, Lew, M.D., Associate Professor of
Anatomy, Medical College o f Wisconsin, 561
North 15th Street, Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53233.
Curtis, Robin L., Ph.D., Associate Professor of
Anatomy, Medical College of Wisconsin, 561
North 15th Street, Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53233.
Curwen, Alice O., Ph.D., (Mrs. Edward F. McKeen), Winterport, Maine 04496.
Cutts, J. Harry, Ph.D., Associate Professor of
Anatomy, University o f Missouri School of
Medicine, Columbia, Missouri 65201.
Czamecki, Caroline M., Ph.D., Associate Professor,
Department o f Veterinary Anatomy, College o f
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Veterinary Medicine, University of Minnesota,
S t . Paul, Minnesota 55101.
Dagg, Charles Patrick, Ph.D., Department o f Biology, College o f General Studies, University o f
Alabama in Birmingham, Birmingham, Alabama 35233.
Dalton, Albert J.. Ph.D.. Research Biolorrist. National Cancer lnstituie, National Institutes o f
Health, Bethesda, Maryland 20014.
Dalton, H. Clark, Ph.D., Professor of Biology,
The Pennsylvania State University, 208 L i f e
Science Building, University Park, Pa. 16802.
Dangelo, J o d Geraldo, M.D., Faculdade de Medicina da U. M. G., Laboratorio de Anatomia,
Caixa Postal 340, Belo Hordizonte-Minus
Gerais, Brazil.
D’Angelo, Savino A., Ph.D., Professor of Histology
and Embryology, Daniel Baugh Institute o f
Anatomy, Jefferson Medical College, 1020 Locust Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19107.
D’Anzi, Francis A., Ph.D., Instructor, Department
o f Anatomy, School of Medicine, Louisiana
State University, New Orleans, Louisiana
70112.
Daron, Garman H., Ph.D., Professor Emeritus, Department o f Anatomical Sciences, University o f
Oklahoma Health Sciences Center, P. 0. Box
26901, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73190. 2741
Plymouth Lane, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
731 20.
Das, Gopal D., Ph.D., Associate Professor, Department o f Biological Sciences Purdue University,
W e s t Lafayette, Indiana 47907.
Davenport, Harold A.. M.D., Professor Emeritus
of Anatomy, Northwestern University Medical
School, 205 W e s t North Street, Itasca, Illinois
601 43.
Davies, Jack, M.D., B.Sc., MA., Professor and
Chairman, Department o f Anatomy, Vanderbilt
University, School of Medicine, Nashville, Tennessee 37232.
Davies, Terence C., M.D., Assistant Professor,
Department o f Anatomy, Medical University
of South Carolina, Charleston, South Carolina
29401.
Davis, Earle A., Jr., Ph.D., Lecturer, Curriculum of Human Morphology, California College
o f Medicine, University of California, Itvine.
California 92664.
Davis, Robert W., D.V.M., M.S., Professor in
Anatomy, School o f Veterinary Medicine, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colorado
80521.
Dawson, Helen L., B.S., M.S., Ph.D., Emeritus
Professor of Anatomy, Department o f Anatomy,
T h e Universitv of Iowa. Colleae of Medicine.
Apt. 203, 4613 S.E. 5th Avenue, Cape Coral;
Florida 33904.
Dearden, Lyle C., Ph.D., Professor of Anatomy.
Human -Morphology, California College o f
Medicine. University o f California, Irvine,
California 92664.
De Bruyn, Peter P. H., M.D., Professor of Anatomy, Department o f Anatomy, University of
Chicago, Chicago, Illinois 60612.
De Brux, Jean, M.D., Professor of Pathology,
Institut de Pathologie, 108 Rue Lauriston, 75,
Paris 16, France.
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Decima, Emilio E.,M. D., Associate Professor, Department of Anatomy, School of Medicine, University of California, Los Angeles, California
Sc kool of
Medicine, University of Virginia,
Jordan Building, 1300 Jefferson Park Avenue,
Ckarlottesville, Virginia 22901.
90024.
De Robertis, E., M.D., Professor of Histology and
Deck, J. David, B.S., M.A., Ph.D., Associate ProDirector, Instituto de Anatomia General y Emfessor, Department of Anatomy, School of
bryologia, Facultad de Ciencias Midicas, ParaMedicine, University of Virginia, Charlottesguay 21 51, Buenos Aires, Argentina.
ville, Virginia 22903.
Descarries, Laurent, M.D., F.R.C.P. (C), ProfesDe Feo, Vincent J., Ph.D., Professor and Chairseur agrbge, Department of Pkysiology, Uniman of Anatomy and Reproductive Biology,
versity of Montreal, C.P. 61 28, MontrCal, QuCDepartment of Anatomy and Reproductive Bibec, Canada.
ology, University of Hawaii School of Medicine, Desjardins, Claude, Ph.D., Associate Professor of
1960 East-West Road, Honolulu, Hawaii 96822.
Physiology, Department of Physiology and
De Grwt, Jack, M.D., D.M., Associate Professor of
Pharmacology, Oklahoma State University,
Anatomv. School of Medicine. Universitv of
Stillwater, Oklahoma 74074.
California, Parnassus Avenue, -Sun Francisco,
Dessouky, Ahmad Dessouky, M.D., Ph.D., AssistCalifornia 94122.
ant Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology,
De Haan. Robert L., B.A., M.A., Ph.D., Research
Georgetown University School of Medicine,
Staff Member, Department of Embryology, CarWashington, D.C., 7511 C Spring Lake Drive,
negie Institution of Washington, 115 West
Bethesda, Maryland 20034.
University Parkway, Baltimore, Maryland
Deter, Russell Lee, 11, M.D., Assistant Professor,
21210.
Department of Anatomy, Baylor University
Dekker, Andrew, M.D., Associate Professor of
College of Medicine, 1200 Moursund Blvd.,
Clinical Pathology, Presbyterian-University HosHouston, Texas 77025.
pital, 230 Lothrop Street, Pittsburgh, PennsylDeuschle, Frederick M., D.D.S., Professor of Gross
vania 15213.
Anatomy, College of Medicine, University of
de Lahunta, Alexander, D.V.M., Ph.D., AssociCincinnati, Eden and Bethesda Avenues, Cinate Professor, Department of Anatomy, New
cinnati, Ohio 45219.
York State Veterinary College, Cornell Univer- DeVito, June L., Ph.D., Research Assistant Prosity, Ithaca, New York 14850.
fessor, Regional Primate Center, University of
del Cerro, Manuel P., M.D., Associate Professor
Washington, Seattle, Washington 98105.
of Brain Research and Neurology, Center for
Maynard M., Ph.D., Professor and ChairBrain Research, Medical School, University nf Dewey,
man, Department of Anatomy, School of Basic
Rochester, Rochester, New York 14642.
Health Sciences, Health Sciences Center, State
De Lemos, Carmen, M.S.,Assistant Research SciUniversity of New York a t Stony Brook, Stony
entist, Department of Cell Biology, New York
Brook, New York 11790.
University Medical School, 550 First Avenue.
Dey, Frederick L., Ph.D., 464 Ocean Avenue, New
New York, New York 10016.
London, Connecticut 06320.
Delgado, Ramiro, M.D., Chairman, Department
of Morphology, Facultad de Medicina, Univer- Diamond, Irving T., Ph.D., Professor of Psychology, Department of Psychology, Duke Universidad del Valle, Apartado Aereo 2188, Cali.
sity, Durham, North Carolina 27706.
Colombia, South America.
Diamond,
Marian Cleeves, Ph.D., Associate ProDellmann, Horst-Dieter, Dr. med. vet., Ph.D.,
fessor of Anatomy, Department of PhysiologyProfessor of Veterinary Anatomy, School of
Anatomy, University of Catifornia, Berkeley,
Veterinary Medicine, University of Missouri,
California 94720.
125 Connaway Hall, Columbia, Missouri
Diamond, Milton, Ph.D., Professor, Department of
65201.
Anatomy and Reproductive Biology, Univedty
Delphia, John M., Ph.D., Assistant Professor i n
of Hawaii School of Medicine, 1951 East-West
Anatomy, College of Medicine, The Ohio
Road, Honolulu, Hawaii 96822.
State University, 1645 Neil Avenue, Columbus,
Di Berardino, Marie A., Ph.D., Professor, DepartOhio 43210.
ment of Anatomy, The Medical College of PennDemirjian, Arto, D.D.S., M.Sc.D., Associate Prosylvania, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19129.
fessor, Centre de Recherche sur la Croissance.
Universite de Montreal, C.P. 6128, Montreal DiCara, L. V., Ph.D., Professor and Senior Research Scientist, Department of Psychiatry and
101. Quebec, Canada.
Psychology, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor,
Dempsey, Edward W., Ph.D., Professor and
Michigan 48104.
Chairman, Department of Anatomy, College
of Physicians and Surgeons, Columbia Univer- Dickmann, Z., Ph.D., Associate Professor of
Obstetrics and Gynecology, University of Kansas
sity, 630 West 168th Street, New York, New
Medical Center, 39th and Rainbow Boulevard,
York 10032.
Kansas City, Kansas 66103.
Demski, Leo S., Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Department of Anatomy, School of Medicine, The Dickson, A. David, M.A., M.D., B.Ch., B.A.O.,
Professor and Head, Department of MorphoUniversity of New Mexico, Albuquerque, New
logical Science, University of Calgary, CalMexico 87106.
gary 44, Alberta, Canada.
Dent, J. N., A.B., Ph.D., Professor of Zoology,
Department of Biology, Gilmer Hall, Univer- DiDio, L. J. A., M.D., D.Sc., Ph.D., Chairman and
sity of Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia 22903.
Professor of the Department of Anatomy and
deOlmos, Jose S., Ph.D., Research Associate,
Dean of Graduate Studies, Medical College of
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Ohio at Toledo, P . 0. Box 6190, Toledo, Ohio
4361 4.
Diesem, Charles D., Ph.D., D.V.M., Professor i n
Veterinary Anatomy, DepaTtment o f Veterinary
Anatomy, The Ohio State University, 1900 Coff e y lioad, Columbus, Ohio 43210.
Dietert, Scott E., M.D., Assistant Professor, Department of Anatomy, School of Medicine, U n i versity of N e w Mexico, Albuquerque, N e w Mexico 87106.
Dill, Russell E., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of
Microscopic Anatomy, Baylor University College o f Dentistry, 800 Hall Street, Dallas,
Texas 75226.
Di Stefano, Henry S., Ph.D., Professor of Anatomy, College of Medicine, State University o f
N e w York, Upstate Medical Center, 766 Irving Avenzte, Syracuse, New YoTk 13210.
Dixit, Padmakar K., Ph.D., Professor of Anatomy,
School o f Medicine, University o f Minnesota,
272 Jackson Hall, Minneapolis, Minnesota
55455.
Dixon, Andrew D., M.D.S., Ph.D., D.Sc., Dean,
School o f Dentistry, T h e Center for the Health
Sciences, University o f California, Los Angeles,
California 90024.
Doan, Charles A., M.D., B.S., 3600 Olentangy
River Road, Columbus, Ohio 43214.
Dodge, Alice H., Ph.D., Associate Professor of
Anatomy, California College o f Podiatric Medicine, 1770 Eddy, San Francisco, California
941 15 and Research Scientist, Department of
Anatomy, Stanford School o f Medicine, Stanford, California 94305.
Doggett, Virginia C., Ph.D., Adjunct Assistant
Professor of Anatomy, University o f Texas
Southwestern Medical School, 341 5 Dartmouth.
Dallas, Texas 75205.
Dolnick, Ethel Helen, Ph.D., Microanalyst, Agricultural Research Center, Animal Science Research Division, Beltsville, Maryland 20705.
Dom, Richard M., Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Department o f Anatomy, School of Medicine, T h e
Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio 4321 0.
Domesick, Valerie B., Ph.D., Research Fellow in
Anatomy, Department o f Anatomy, Harvard
Medical School, 25 Shattuck Street, Boston,
Massachusetts 021 15.
Domm, L. V., Ph.D., Professor Emeritus of Anatomy, Department o f Anatomy, Loyola University, Stritch School o f Medicine, 2160 South
First Avenue, Maywood, Illinois 601 53.
Donaldson, Donald J., Ph.D., Assistant Professor,
DepaTtment o f Anatomy, University o f Tennessee Medical Units, 800 Madison Avenue,
Memphis, Tennessee 38103.
Donati, Edward J., Ph.D., Associate Professor of
Anatomy, School of Medicine, University of
Maryland, 29 South Greene Street, Baltimore,
Maryland 21 201.
Doolin, Paul F., Ph.D., Associate Professor of
Anatomy and Pathology, Loyola University,
Stritch School of Medicine, Maywood, Illinois;
Director, Bio-Ultrastructure Research Laboratory, Veterans Administration Hospital, Hines,
Illinois 60141.
Dornfest, Burton S., Ph.D., Assistant Professor
Anatomy, Downstate Medical Center, State Uni-
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versity o f N e w York, 450 Clarkson Avenue,
Brooklyn, N e w York 11 203.
Dossel, William E., Ph.D., Professor and Chairman of Anatomy, School of Medicine, Creighton University, 2500 California Street, Omaha,
Nebraska 681 78.
Dougherty, Thomas F., Ph.D., Professor of Anatomy, Department o f Anatomy, University o f
Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah 84112.
Doughery, William J., Ph.D., Associate Professor, Department of Anatomy, Medical College
of South Carolina, 80 Barre Street, Charleston, South Carolina 29401.
Douglas, Steven D., M.D., Assistant Professor of
Medicine, Mount Sinai School of Medicine of
T h e City University o f New York, F i f t h Avenue and 100th Street, N e w York, N e w York
10029.
Dow, Robert S., M.D., Ph.D., Director, Laboratory
of Neurophysiology, Good Samaritan Hospital
& Medical Center, 2716 North W e s t Monte
Vista Terrace, Portland, Oregon 97210.
Downing, Stephen W., Ph.D., Assistant Professor,
Department o f Anatomy, Chicago Medical
School, University of Health Sciences, Chicago,
Illinois 60612.
Doyle, William Lewis, M.A., Ph.D., Professor of
Anatomy, Department of Anatomy, University
of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois 60637.
Dubey, Prem Narayan, M.B.B.S., M.S.(Anat.).,
M.A.M.S., Professor and Head of the Depart.
m e n t of Anatomy, Medical College, Nagpur-3
(Maharashtra State), India.
Dubner, Ronald, D.D.S.,Ph.D., Chief, Neural
Mechanisms Section. National Institute of Dental Research, NIH, Bethesda, Maryland 20014.
Du Brul, E. Lloyd, D.D.S., M.S., Ph.D., Professor of Anatomy, Colleges of Medicine and
Dentistry; Head, Department of Oral Anatomy,
University of Illinois, Medical Center Campus,
808 South Wood St., Chicago, Illinois 60612.
Duffey, Lowell M., Ph.D., Associate Professor of
Biology, Department of Biology, Yankton College, 1907 Roberts Street, Yankton, South Dakota 57078.
Duke, Kenneth L., A.B., Ph.D., Associate Professor, Department of Anatomy, Duke University Medical Center, Durham, North Carolina 27706.
Dullemeijer, Pieter, Ph.D., Associate Professor,
Zoologisch Laboratorium, Universiteit te Leiden, Kaiserstraat 63, Leiden. T h e Netherlands.
Dumont, James N., Ph.D., Staff Member, Biology Division, Oak Ridge National Laboratory,
Oak Ridge, Tennessee 37830.
Duncan, Donald, Ph.D. (Exec. Com., '50-'54, 1st
Vice Pres., '60-'62; Pres., '6&'67), Ashbel Smith
Professor of Anatomy, School of Medicine, T h e
University of Texas Medical Branch, Galveston,
Texas 77550.
Dunihue, Fred W., Ph.D., Professor of Anatomy
Emeritus, College of Medicine, University of
Vermont, 1022 Villa Circle #3, Gardens of
Beacon Square, New Port Richey, Florida
33552.
DUM, Jon D., Ph.D.. Assistant Professor, Departm e n t of Anatomy, L. s. U. School of Medicine.
N e w Orleans, Louisiana 701 12.
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Dunn, Robert F., Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Department o f Surgery, U C L A School o f Medicine,
Los Angeles, California 90024.
Duryee, William R., Ph.D., Professor of Pathology
Emeritus, George W a s h i n g t o n University,
Washington, D.C., 3241 North Woodrow Street,
Arlington, Virginia 22207.
Dutta, Hiran M., Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Devartment o f Bioloou. Kent State Universitv,
Kent, Ohio 44240.
Dyer, Robert F., Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Department o f Anatomy, Louisiana State University School o f Medicine, 1542 T u l a n e Avenue,
N e w Orleans, Louisiana 70112.
Dym, Martin, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Departm e n t of Anatomy, Harvard Medical School,
Boston, Massachusetts 02115.
Dziuk, Philip J., Ph.D., Professor of Animal Science, 1 1 1 Animal Genetics, University o f Illinois, Urbana, Illinois 61 801.
Eager, Robert P., Ph.D., Department o f Neuroaatholoou. T h e Radcliffe
u , Oxford
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.. I n .f i r m m -6 H E , Ei&nd.
Earle, Alvin M., Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Dewartment of Anatomy, Universitv of Nebraska
College of .Medicine,- 42nd f Dkwey, Omaha,
Nebraska 68105.
Eastlick, Herbert L., A.B., M.S., Ph.D., Professor of Zoology, Department o f Zoology, W a s h ington State University, Pullman, W a s h i n g t o n
991 63.
Eastman, Joseph T., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of
Medical Science, Division o f Biological and
Medical Sciences, Brown University, Providence,
Rhode Island 02912.
Ebbesson, Sven 0. E., Ph.D., Professor of Neurological Surgery and Anatomy, School of Medicine, University o f Virginia, Charlottesville,
Virginia 22901.
Ebert. James D., Ph.D., Director, Department
o f Embryology, Carnegie Institution o f W a s h ington, 115 W e s t University Parkway, Baltimore, Maryland 21210.
Ebner, Ford Francis, D.V.M., Ph.D., Associate
Professor OP Medical Science, Division o f Biological and Medical Sciences, Brown University, Providence, Rhode Island 02912.
Edds, Mac V., Jr., Ph.D., Professor OP Zoology,
University of Massachusetts, 874 N o r t h Pleasand Street, Amherst, Massachusetts 01002.
Eddy, E. M., Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Departm e n t of Biological Structure, School o f Medicine, University of W a s h i n g t o n , Seattle, W a s h ington 98195.
Edmonds, Richard H., Ph.D., Associate Professor
of Anatomy, Albany Medical College o f U n i o n
University, N e w Scotland Avenue, Albany,
N e w Y o r k 12208.
Edwards, Betty Fountain, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Department o f Anatomy, E m o r y University,
Atlanta, Georgia 30322.
Edwards, Edward A., M.D., Clinical Professor
of Anatomy, Harvard Medical School, 25 Shatt u c k Street, Boston, Massachusetts 021 15.
Edwards, Stephen B., Ph.D., Assistant Professor,
Department of Anatomy, School o f Medicine,
University o f Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia
22901.
I-,
Egger, M. David, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Department of Anatomy, Y a l e University School
o f Medicine, 333 Cedar Street, N e w Haven,
Connecticut 0651 0.
Eglitis, Irma, M.D., Professor of Anatomy, College
of Medicine and College of Dentistry, Departm e n t o f Anatomy, T h e Ohio State University,
Medical Science Bldg., 333 W e s t N i n t h Avenue,
Columbus, Ohio 43210.
Eglitis, John A., M.D., D.M.Sc., Professor of Anatomy, College of Medicine and College of Dentistry, Department o f Anatomy, T h e Ohio State
University, Medical Science Bldg., 333 W e s t
N i n t h Avenue, Columbus, Ohio 43210.
Eguchi, Yasunobu, Ph.D., Lecturer, Department
o f Veterinary Anatomy, College o f Agriculture,
University o f Osaka Prefecture, 4-804 MozuUmemachi; Sakai City, Osaka 591, Japan.
Eidelberg, Eduardo, M.D., Chairman, Division of
Neurobiology, Barrow Neurological Institute,
St. Joseph's Hospital, 350 W . T h o m a s Road,
Phoenix, Arizona 8501 3.
El-Bermani, Al-Walid I., Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Boston University School o f Medicine, Research Building, Room 321, 80 East Concord
Street, Boston, Massachusetts 02118.
Eldred, Earl, M.S., M.D., Professor of Anatomy,
Department o f Anatomy, School of Medicine,
University of California, Los Angeles, California 90024.
Eleftheriou, Basil E., Ph.D., T h e Jackson Laboratory, Bar Harbor, Maine 04609.
Elftman, Alice G., Ph.D., Professor Emeritus of
Biological Sciences, Lehman College of the City
University of New York, 305 Cape Court, Mill
Valley, California 94941.
Elftman, Herbert, Ph.D. (Exec. Com., '68-'70),
Professor Emeritus of Anatomy, Columbia University. 305 Cape Court, Mill Valley, California
94941.
Elias, Joel J., Ph.D., Associate Professor, Departm e n t o f Anatomy, School o f Medicine, University o f California, S u n Francisco, California
941 22.
Elias, ( M ) Hans, Ph.D., Emeritus Professor of
Anatomy, T h e Chicago Medical School, 2020
W e s t Ogden Avenue, Chicago, Illinois 60612.
Eliot, Theodore S., Ph.D., Professor of Anatomy
Emeritus, School of Medicine, University of
Colorado. 650 South Alton W a y , Denver.
Colorado 80231.
Elliott, Rush, A.B., A.M., Ph.D., Professor of
Anatomy, Department o f Zoology, Morton
Hall, Ohio University, Athens, Ohio 45701.
Ellis, Richard A., Ph.D., Professor of Biology,
Division o f Biological and Medical Sciences,
Brown University, Providence, Rhode Island
0291 2.
Ellison, Jeffrey P., M.D., Associate Proessor, Department o f Anatomy, T u l a n e University School
o f Medicine, N e w Orleans, Louisiana 701 12.
Elul, Rafael, M.D., Associate Professor, Departm e n t o f Anatomy, School of Medicine, University o f California, Lor Angeles, California
90024.
Elwood, William Kent, D.D.S., Ph.D., Associate
Professor i n Anatomy, College o f Medicine, Uni-
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versity of Kentucky, Rose Street, Lexington,
Kentucky 40506.
Ely, Charles A,, Ph.D., Associate Professor in
Anatomy, College of Physicians and SUP
geons, Columbia University, 630 West 168th
Street, New York, New York 10032.
Emmel, Victor M., Ph.D., M.D., Professor of
Anatomy, The University of Rochester School
of Medicine and Dentistry, 260 Crittenden Boulevard, Rochester, New York 14620.
Emmers, Raimond, B.A., M.A., Ph.D., Assistant
Professor of Physiology, Department of Physiology, College of Physicians and Surgeons, 630
W. 168th Street, New York, New York 10032.
Enders, Allen C., Ph.D., Professor of Anatomy,
School of Medicine, Washington University,
600 S. Euclid, St. Louis, Missouri 63110.
Enders, Robert K., Ph.D., Professor of Biology
Emeritus, Swarthmore College, 31 1 Elm Avenue,
Swarthmore, Pennsylvania 19081,
Engen, Paul C., D.D.S., Assistant Professor, Department of Anatomy, School of Medicine,
Loma Linda University, Loma Linda, California 92354.
Enlow, Donald H., Ph.D., Professor and Chairman.
Department of Anatomy, West Virginia University Medical Center, Morgantown, West Virginia 26506.
Epling, Glenwood P., D.V.M., M.S., Professor and
Chairman, Department of Anatomy, College of
Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences.
Colorado State University, Fort Collins,
Colorado 80521.
Epple, August, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Department of Anatomy, Jefferson Medical College, 1020 Locust Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19107.
Erikson, G. E., Ph.D., Professor of Medical Science, Division of Medical Sciences, P. 0. Box
G, Brown University, Providence, Rhode Island
02912.
Erikson, Lloyd B., Ph.D., Clinical Associate Prw
fessor of Anatomy, Dental School, University
of Loyola, 2165 So. 1st Avenue, Maywood, Illinois 60153.
Erlandsen, Stanley L., Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Department of Anatomy, University of
Iowa School of Medicine, Iowa City, Iowa
52240.
Erlandson, Robert A., Ph.D., Assistant Attending
Electron Microscopist, Department of Pathology, Memorial Hospital, New York City, New
YoTk 10021.
Ernst, Stephen A., Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Department of Anatomy, Temple School of Medicine, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19140.
Etkin, William, Ph.D., Research Associate Professor of Anatomy, Albert Einstein College of
Medicine, 1300 iMorris Park Avenue, Bronx,
New York 10461.
Ettinger, Anna Conway, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Anatomy, School of Dentistry, University of Detroit, 2985 E. Jefferson Avenue, Detroit, Michigan 48207.
Ettinger, G. Harold, M.B.E., B.A., M.D.C.M., D.Sc.,
F.R.S.C., Director of Medical Planning, Alcoholism and Drug Addiction Research Foundation, Toronto, Ontario; Dean of Medicine
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Emeritus; Professor of Physiology Emeritus.
Cartwright Point, Kingston, Ontario, Canada.
Evan, Andrew P., Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Department of Anatomy, School of Medicine, The
University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, New
Mexico 87131.
Evans, F. Gaynor, B.A., M.A., Ph.D., Professor
of Anatomy, The University of Michigan Medical School, Department of Anatomy, The
University of Michigan, Medical Science 11
Building, Ann Arbor, Michigan 48104.
Evans, Howard E., Ph.D., Professor of Anatomy,
New York State Veterinary College, Cornell
University. lthaca, New York 14850.
Evans, James S., Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Department of Anatomy, Uniuetsity of Tennessee
Medical Units, Memphis, Tennessee 38103.
Everett, John W., Ph.D., (Pres. '73-'74) Professor of Anatomy, Duke University School of
Medicine, Durham, North Carolina 2771 0.
Everett, Newton B., Ph.D., Professor and Chair.
man, Department of Biological Structure, University of Washington School of Medicine,
Seattle, Washington 98195.
Everingham, John W., Ph.D., Associate Professor
of Histology, Department of Histology, University of Illinois College of Dentistry, 808 So.
Wood Street, Chicago, Illinois 60680.
Fahmy, Aly, M.D., Ph.D., V.A. Hospital, 921 N.E.
13th Street, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73104.
Fahrenbach, Wolf Henrich, B.A., Ph.D., Associate
Professor, Experimental Biology, University of
Oregon Medical School; Scientist and Chairman, Department of Electron Microscopy, Oregon Regional Primate Research Center, 505
N.W. 185th Avenue, Beaverton, Oregon 97005.
Fallon, John F., Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Department of Anatomy, Medical School, University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin
53706.
Fankhouser, Gerhard, Ph.D., Professor of Biology, Princeton University, Princeton,. New
Jersey 08540.
Farbman, Albert I., D.M.D., Ph.D., Professor of
Anatomy, Schools of Dentistry and Medicine,
Northwestern University, 303 E. Chicago Avenue, Chicago, Illinois 60611.
Faro, Maria Diaz, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, New
York University Medical Center, 31-22 77th
Street, Jackson Heights, New York, New York
11370.
Farquhar, Marilyn G., Ph.D., Professor of Cell
Biology and Pathology, Yale University School
of Medicine, 333 Cedar Street, New Haven,
Connecticut 06510.
Farr, Richard S., M.D., Chief, Department of AG
lergy and Clinical Immunology, National Jewish Hospital, 3800 E. Colfax Ave., Denver, Colorado 80202; Professor of Immunology, UnG
versity of Colorado Medical Center, Denver,
Colorado 80220.
Faucette, John R., Ph.D., Instructor, Department
of Anatomy, The Medical Center, University
of Alabama in Birmingham, Binningham, Alabama 35233.
Faulconer, Robert J., B.S., M.D.. Department of
Pathology, DePaul Hospital. Kingsley Lane a t
Granby St., Norfolk, Virginia 23505.
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Faulkin, Leslie J., Jr., Ph.D., Associate Professor,
Department of Anatomy, School of Veterinary
Medicine, University of California, Davis, California 95616.
Fava-de-Moraes, F., Professor Livre-Docente, Biomedical Institute, Department of Histology, University of SBo Paulo, C.P. 4365, Scio Paulo,
Brazil.
Fawcett, Don Wayne, A.B., M.D., (1st VicePres., '58-'60; President, '65-'66), Professor
and Chairman, Department of Anatomy, Harvard Medical School, 25 Shattuck Street, Boston.
Massachusetts 02115.
Feagans, William M., D.D.S.. Ph.D.. Professor of
Anatomy, Schools of Dentistry and Medicine,
State University of New York at Buffalo, 3435
Main Street, Buffalo, New York 14214.
Fedinec, Alexander A., Ph.D., Assistant Dean
College of Medicine, Associate Professor of
Anatomy, College of Basic Medical Sciences,
The University of Tennessee Medical Units,
800 Madison Avenue, Memphis, Tennessee
38103.
Feeney, Lynette, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of
Ophthalmology, Department of Ophthalmology,
University of Oregon Medical School, 3181
S. W. Sam jackson Park Road, Portland. Oregon 97201.
Fedoroff, Sergey, B.A., M.A., Ph.D., Professor and
Head, Department of Anatomy, University of
Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, Canada.
Feldman, Martin L., Ph.D., Assistant Professor,
Department of Anatomy, Boston University
School of Medicine, Boston, Massachusetts
02118.
Fekete, Elizabeth, B.A., M.A., Sc.D.. 86 Main
Street, Bar Harbor. Maine 04609.
Feldherr, Carl M., Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Drpartment of Anatomical Sciences, University
of Florida College of Medicine, Gainesville,
Florida 32601.
Feleppa, Jr., Alfred E., Ph.D.. Assistant Professor,
Department of Anatomy. University of Nebraska
Medical Center, Omaha. Nebraska 68105.
Felts, William J. L., Ph.D., Professor and Chairman, Department of Anatomical Sciences, University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center,
P. 0. Box 26901, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
73190.
Ferm, Vergil H., M.D., Ph.D., Professor of Anatomy and Embryology, Dartmouth Medical
School, Hanover. New Hampshire 03755.
Ferrans, Victor J., M.D., Ph.D., Section of PathoG
ogy, National Heart and Lung Institute, National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, Md.
Finck, Henry, Ph.D., Assistant Professor i n Anatomy, School of Medicine, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15213.
Finerty, John C., Ph.D. (Prog. Sec., '66-'74),
Professor of Anatomy and Vice Chancellor for
Academic Affairs, Louisiana State University
Medical Center, 1542 Tulane Avenue, New
Orleans, Louisiana 70112.
Fischer, Theodore V., Ph.D., Assistant Professor
of Anatomy, The University of Michigan Medical School, Department of Anatomy, Medical
Science I1 Building, The University of Mich.igan, Ann Arbor, Michigan 48104.
Fischer, Vernon W., Ph.D., Assistant Professor,
Department of Anatomy, School of Medicine,
Saint Louis University, St. Louis, Missouri
63104.
Fischman, Donald Alan, M. D., Associate Professor of Biology, Anatomy and the Committee on
Developmental Biology, The University of
Chicago, Department of Biology, 1103 East
57th Street, Chicago, Illinois 60637.
Fisher, Don Lowell, Ph.D., Assistant Professor,
Department of Anatomy, School of Medicine,
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan
481 04.
Fisher, Louis B., Ph.D., Research Fellow, Division
of Dermatology, Scripps Clinic and Research
Foundation, 476 Prospect Street, La Jolla, California 92037.
Fitch, Kenneth Leonard, B.S.. M.A., Ph.D., Associate Professor of Anatomy, Department of Biological Sciences, Illinois State University, Normal, Illinois 61761.
Fitzgerald, Laurence Rockwell, B.S., M.S., Ph.D.,
Associate Professor of Anatomy, University of
Tennessee Medical Units, 62 South Dunkzp
Street, Memphis, Tennessee 38103.
Fitzgerald, Patrick, M.D., M.S., M.S., Senior Lecturer, Department of Anatomy, University CoE
lege, Cork, Ireland.
Fix, James D., Dr. rer. nat., Associate Professor,
Department of Pathology, Indiana University
School of Medicine, Indianapolis, Indiana
46207.
Flanigan, N.(orbert) J., B.A., M.S., Ph.D., Associate Professor and Chairman, Biology Department, St. Norbert College, De Pere, Wisconsin 541 15.
Flexner, Louis B., B.S., M.D., (Exec. Com., '49'52; Sec.-Treas., '56-'64), Professor of Anatomy,
Department of Anatomy, School of Medicine,
University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 191 04.
Flickinger, Charles J., M.D., Associate Professor,
20014.
Department of Anatomy, School of Medicine,
Ferrer. Nathaniel G., M.D., Ph.D., Associate ProUniversity of Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia
fessor of Anatomy, College of Medicine, Univer22903.
sity of Saskatchewan. Saskatoon, SaskatchFlon, Helen, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Departewan, Canada.
ment of Histology, College of Dentistry, New
Figge, Frank H. J., Ph.D., Sc.D. (Hon.) (Exec.
York University, New York, New York 10010.
Com. '52-'56), Professor of Anatomy, School of
Medicine, University of Maryland, 4 Maryland
Floyd, Alton D., Ph.D., Assistant Professor, DeAvenue, Towson, Maryland, 21 204.
partment of Anatomy and Physiology, Myers
Finch, Robert A., Ph.D., Assistant Professor, DeHall, Indiana University, Bloomington, lnpartment of Anatomy, The Bowman Gray
diana 47401.
School of Medicine of Wake Forest University,
Flumerfelt, Brian A., Ph.D., Assistant Professor,
Winston-Salem, North Carolina 271 03.
Department of Anatomy, Health Sciences
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Centre, University of Western Ontario, London
72, Ontario, Canada.
Foley, Arthur L., M.D., Ph.D., Professor o f Anatomy, College o f Human Medicine, Michigan
State University, East Lansing, Michigan 48823.
Foltz, Floyd Mathew, B.S., M.S., Ph.D., Associate
Professor, Depaltment o f Anatomy, University
of Kansas School o f Medicine, Rainbow Boulevard at 39th Street, Kansas City, Kansas 66204.
Foote, Florence Martindale, Ph.D., Professor of
Physiology, Department o f Physiology, Southern
Illinois University, Carbondale, Illinois 62901.
Forbes, Thomas R., Ph.D., Professor of Anatomy,
School o f Medicine, Yale University, 333 Cedar
Street, New Haven, Connecticut 0651 1.
Ford, Donald H., Ph.D., Professor of Anatomy,
State University o f New York Downstate Medical Center, 450 Chrkson Avenue, Brooklyn,
New York 11203.
Forman, Jonathan, A.B., M.D., Professor Hist.
Med., Lecturer on Diseases Due to Allergy, Ohio
State University, 139 S. Grant, Columbus, Ohio
43215.
Forrest, William J., M.D., M.Sc.(Med.), Associate
Professor of Anatomy, Faculty of Medicine,
Department of Anatomy, Queen's University,
Kingston, Ontario, Canada.
Fowler, Ira, Ph.D., Professor of Anatomy, Department o f Anatomy, University o f Kentucky Medical Center, 800 Rose Street, Lexington, Kentucky 40506.
Fox, Clement A., Ph.D., Professor and Chairman,
Department of Anatomy, Wayne State University School of Medicine, 540 E. Canfield, Detroit,
Michigan 48201.
Fox, Marjorie Hopkins, Ph.D., Associate Professor
of Medicine, Department of Medicine, School
of Medicine, Louisiana State University Medical
Center, New Orleans, Louisiana 70122.
Francis, C. C., M.D., Associate Professor of Anatomy, Western Reserve University, School of
Medicine, Cleveland, Ohio 441 06.
Francisco, M&io De, Cirurgi5o-Dentista (Dental
Doctor), Professor of Descriptive Anatomy
Faculty of Odontology of Catholic University
of Campinas and Assistant-Professor-Faculty of
Pharmacy and Odontology of SBo Paulo, Rua
Tres Rios, 363-SZo Paulo, Brasil.
Frandson, R. D., B.S., D.V.M., M.S.,Professor
of Anatomy, Department of Anatomy, Colorado
State University, Ft. Collins, Colorado 80521.
Frankel, Howard H., Ph.D., M.D., 6651 Cory Drive,
Huntington Beach, California 92647.
Franklin, Luther E., Ph.D., Research Associate,
Assistant Professor, Delta Regional Primate Research Center, Tulane University, Covfngton,
Louisiana 70433.
Frayser, Regina, Ph.D., Professor of Research
Medicine and Ophthalmology, Medical University o f South Carolina, Charleston, South Carolina 29401.
Frederickson, Richard G., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Anatomy, The University of Michigan
Medical School, Department o f Anatomy, T h e
University o f Michigan, Medical Science I1
Building, A n n Arbor, Michigan 48104.
Freedman, Steven L., Ph.D., Associate Professor,
Department of Anatomy, The University o f Ver-
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mont College o f Medicine, Burlington, Vermont
05401.
Friedman, Morton H., Ph.D., Associate Professor
of Anatomy, School o f Medicine, West Virginia
University Medical Center, Morgantown, West
Virginia 26506.
Friedman, Sydney M., M.D., Ph.D., (Exec. Corn.,
'70-'74), Professor of Anatomy, Department o f
Anatomy, T h e University of British Columbia,
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.
Friend, Daniel S., M.D., Associate Professor of
Pathology, University of California, San Francisco, California 94122.
Frigyesi, Tamas, L., M.D., Privat-Dozent, Depart
ment o f Neurosurgery Kantonsspital, University
o f Zurich, 100 Ramistr, Switzerland.
Frisch, Donald, PbD., School o f Health Sciencet,
Grand Valley State College, College Landfng,
Allendale, Michigan 49401.
Friz, Carl T., Ph.D., Associate Professor of Anatomy, Faculty o f Medicine, T h e University of
British Columbia, Vancouver 8, Canada.
Frommer, Jack, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Anat
omy, T u f t s University School o f Medicfne, 138
Harrison Avenue, Boston, Massachusetts 02111.
Frontera, Jose Guillermo, Ph. D., Professor of
Anatomy, School of Medicine, University of
Puerto Rico Medical Sciences Campus, G.P.O.
Box 5067, San Juan, Puerto Rico 00936
Fruhman, George J., Ph.D., Associate Professor of
Anatomy. Dewartment of Anatomu. Albert Einstein coilege- of Medicine, Bro&,. New York,
New York 10461.
Fuiita, Hisao, M.D., Ph.D., Professor and Head,
Department of Anatomy, School o f Medicine,
Hiroshima University, Kasumi-I chome, Hiroshima, Hiroshima 734 Japan.
Fukuyama, Umon, M.D., Professor of Anatomy,
Chiba University Medical School, InohunaMachi, Chiba, Japan.
Fulton, George P., Ph.D., Shields Warren Professor
and Department Chairman, Department of BioG
ogy, Boston University, 2 Cummington Street,
Boston, Massachusetts 02115.
Furstman, Lawrence Leonard, D.D.S., Ph.D., Adjunct Professor, School of Dentistty, Center for
the Health Sciences, University of California at
Los Angeles, Los Angeles, California 90024.
Fusco, Madeline M., Ph.D., Professor, Department
of Anatomy, School o f Basic Sciences, Health
Sciences Center, State University o f New York
at Stony Brook, Stony Brook, Long Island, New
York 11790.
Fuson, Roger B., Ph.D., Head, Predoctoral Division,
Fellowships Branch, National Institutes of General Medical Sciences, NIH. 6048 Rossmore
Drive, Bethesdu, Maryland 20014.
Fyfe, Forest W., M.A., M.B., Ch.B., Professor of
Anatomy, Dalhousie University, Tupper Medical
Building, Halifax. Nova Scotia, Canada.
Gabriel, Mordecai L., B.A., M.A., Ph.D., Professor
of Biology, Brooklyn CoUege, Bedford Avenue
and Avenue H, Brooklyn, N e w York 11210.
Gacek, Richard Raymond, M.D., Assistant in Otolaryngology, Harvard Medical School, Mass5
chusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary, 243 Charles
Street, Boston, Massachusetts 02114.
Gaddum-Rosse, Penelope, Ph.D., Research Associ-
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ate, Department of Biological Structure, School
of Medicine, University of W a s h i n g t o n , Seattle,
W a s h i n g t o n 98195.
Gagnon, Real, M.D., Ph.D., Professor, Department
of Anatomy, Faculty o f Medicine, University o f
Montreal, C.P. 6128, Montreal, Canada.
Gajisin, Stanislav M., M.D., Assistant Professor,
Department of Anatomy and Physiology, Medical Sciences Program, Indiana University,
Bloomington, Indiana 47401.
Gale, Thomas F., Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Department of Anatomy, Dartmouth Medical
School, Hanover, N e w Hampshire 03755.
Gammal, Elias B., M.D., Ph.D., Associate Professor, Department o f Anatomy, Health Sciences
Centre, University o f W e s t e r n Ontario, London,
Ontario, Canada, N 6 A 3K7.
Gans, Carl, Ph.D., Professor and Chairman, Department o f Zoology, Natural Science Building,
The University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michig a n 48104.
Garber, Beatrice B., A.B., M.S.,Ph.D., Research
Associate, University of Chicago, Department of
Zoology, University o f Chicago, Chicago, lllinois
60637.
Garcia, Alfred0 M., M.D., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Anatomy, State University of N e w York.
Upstate Medical Center, 766 l m i n g Avenue,
Syracuse, N e w Y o r k 13210.
Gardner, Dugald L., M.D., Ph.D., F.R.C.P.E., T h e
Institute o f Pathology, T h e Queen's University
o f Belfast, Grosvenor Road, Belfast, B T l 2 6BL,
Northern Ireland.
Gardner, Ernest D., M.D., Professor of Neurology,
Orthopaedic Surgery, and Anatomy, School of
Medicine, University o f California, Davis, California 9561 6.
Gardner, Joseph H., Ph.D., 723 Platte, Alliance,
Nebraska 69301.
Gardner, Paul J., Ph.D., Associate Professor, Department o f Anatomy, University o f Nebraska
College o f Medicine: 3611 South 105th Street,
Omaha, Nebraska 681 24.
Gardner, Weston D., M.D., Professor of Anatomy,
Medical CoElege o f Wisconsin, 561 N o r t h 1 5 t h
Street, Milwaukee, W i s c o n s i n 53233.
Gardner, William U., 3h.D. (Exec. Com. '48-'52;
Pres. '72-'73), Professor of Anatomy, Y a l e
University School of Medicine, 333 Cedar Street,
N e w Haven, Connecticut 0651 I .
Garg, Bhagwan D., Ph.D., Assistant Professor,
Institute of Experimental Medicine and Surgery,
University o f Montreal, C.P. 6128, Montreal,
Canada.
Garrett, Frederic D., Professor of Anatomy, Department o f Anatomy, Faculty o f Medicine,
University of British Columbia, Vancouver 8,
B.C., Canada.
Gartner, L. P., Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Departm e n t of Anatomy, School of Dentistru, University o f Maryland, Baltimore, Maryland
21 201.
Garoutte, Bill C., M.D., Ph.D., Professor, Anatomy
and Neurology; University o f California School
of Medicine, S u n Francisco, California 94122.
Gasser, Raymond F., Ph.D., Associate Professor,
Department of Anatomy, Louisiana State Uni-
versity Medical Center, 1542 T u l a n e Avenue,
N e w Orleans, Louisiana 70112.
Gaughran, George R. L., Ph.D., Professor and
Vice Chairman, Department of Anatomy, T h e
Ohio State University, Medical Science Bldg.,
333 W e s t N i n t h Avenue, Columbus, Ohio 43210.
Gaunt, Robert, Ph.D., Consultant, Ciba-Geigy
Corporation, S u m m i t t , N e w Jersey 07901.
Gaur, Raj Kumar, Ph.D., Lecturer, Department OF
Zoology, Motilal V i g y a n Mahavidyalaya, Bhopal,
India.
Gauthier, Geraldine F., Ph.D., Associate Professor,
Department of Biological Sciences, Wellesley
College, Wellesley, Massachusetts 021 81.
Genis-Galvez, Jose M., Ph.D., M.D., Professor andl
Chairman, Department o f Anatomy, Catedra dci
Anatomia, Facultad de Medicina, Sevillu, Spain.
Gennaro, Joseph F., Jr., Ph.D., Associate Profes.
sor, Department o f Biology, N e w Y o r k University, 952 Brown Building, Washington
Square, N e w Y o r k , N e w Y o r k 10003.
George, Wesley Critz, Ph.D., Professor of Histology
and Embryology, University o f North Carolina
Medical School, Chapel Hill, North Carolina
2751 5.
Gersh, Isidore, Ph.D., Research Professor of Anatomy, Department of Animal Biology, School
of Veterinary Medicine, University of Pennsylvania, 3800 Spruce Street, Philadelphia, Penn.
sylvania 191 04.
Gershon, Michael D., M.D., Associate Professor
of Anatomy, Cornell University Medical College, 1300 Y o r k Avenue, N e w Y o r k , N e w Y o r k
10021.
Gerstner, Robert, Ph.D., Professor of Anatomy,
N e w Y o r k University, 5133 S u r f Avenue, Brooklyn, N e w Y o r k 11224.
Gervais, Andre G., Departement d'Anatomie, Faculte de Medecine, Universite de Montreal, B.P.
6128, Montreal 101, Quebec, Canada.
Gfeller, Eduard, M.D., Assistant Professor, Department o f Anatomy, T h e J o h n s Hopkins
University School o f Medicine, Baltimore,
Maryland 21205.
Gibson, M . H . Lindsay, Ph.D., Assistant Professor,
Department of Anatomy, Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan 48823.
Gier, Herschel T., Ph.D., Professor, Division o f
Biology, Kansas State University, Manhattan,
Kansas 66502.
Gilani, Shamshad H., Ph.D., Assistant Professor,
Department of Anatomy, N e w Jersey Medical
College, Newark, N e w Jersey 07103.
Gilbert, Perry W., Ph.D., Professor of Zoology,
Cornell University; Director, Mote Marine
Laboratory, 9501 Blind Pass Road, Sarasota,
Florida 33581.
Gillette, Roy, Ph.D., Professor of Histology, CoE
lege of Dentistry, University o f Illinois. P. 0.
B o x 6998, Chicago. Illinois 60680.
Gillilan, Lois A., B.A., A.M., Ph.D., M.D., Professor of Anatomy, College o f Medicine, University of Kentucky, Lexington, Kentucky
40506.
Gilman, John P. W.. D.V.M., Executive Director,
Canadian Council o n Animal Care, 151 Slater
Street, Ottawa 4, Ontario. Canada.
Gilmore, Shirley Ann, Ph.D., Associate Professor
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of Anatomy, School o f Medicine, University
of Arkansas, 4301 W . Markham Street, Little
Rock, Arkansas 72201.
Giolli, Roland A., Ph.D., Associate Professor of
Human Morphology and Psychobiology, College
o f Medicine, University o f California, Iruine,
California 92664.
Girgis, Fakhry G., M.B., B.Ch., Ph.D., Assistant
Professor Department o f Anatomy, Cornell University Medical College. New York, New York
10021.
Glass, Laurel E., Ph.D., Professor of Anatomy,
School of Medicine, University o f California
Medical Center, Parnassus Avenue, San Francisco, California 94122.
Glenister, Tony W.,M.B., Ph.D., D.Sc., Professor, Department of Anatomy, Charing Cross
Hospital Medical School, University o f London,
Chandos Place, London, W.C.2.. England.
Glickstein. Mitchell, Ph.D., Associate Professor,
Department of Psychology, Walter S. Hunter
Laboratory o f Psychology, Brown University,
Providence, Rhode Island 02912.
Globus, Albert, M.D., Assistant Professor of Anatomy, California College o f Medicine, University
o f California, Iruine, California 92664.
Glomski, Chester A., M.D., Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Department o f Anatomy, State University o f New York at Buffalo,School o f Medicine.
Capen Hall, Buffalo, New York 14214.
Gobel, Stephen, D.D.S., Neural Mechanisms Section, National Institute of Dental Research, National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, Maryland
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versity of Southern California; Adjunct Professor of Histology, School of Dentistry, University of Southern California; 1717 So. Crest
Drive, Los Angeles, California 90035.
Goldstein, Milton N., Ph.D., Associate Professor
of Anatomy, School o f Medicine, Washington
University, 4580 Scott Avenue, St. Louis, Missouri 63110.
G6mez Alvarez, Salvador, M.D., Department o f
Anatomy, School of Medicine, National University Autonoma o f Mexico, Mexico City, Calle
de la Lorna #35, Lomas de San Angel Inn,
Mexico 20, D.F.
Gona, Amos G., Ph.D., Associate Professor, Department of Anatomy, New Jersey Medical
School, 100 Bergen Street, Newark, New Jersey
07103.
Gonzales, Federico, Ph.D., Associate Professor of
Anatomy, Department of Biostructure, School
of Medicine and Dentistry, Northwestern University, 303 East Chicago Avenue, Chicago,
Illinois 6061 1.
Gonzilez-Aguilar, Francisco, Head of the Anatomy Section, Laboratory o f Neurobiology, T h e
University o f Puerto Rico School of Medicine,
Sa n Juan, Puerto Rico 00905.
Gonzalez-AnguIo, Amador, M.D.. Head of the
Electron Microscopy Section, Instituto Mextcan0 del Seguro Social, Departmento de Investigacion Cientifica, Apartado Postal 73-032,
Mexico 73, D. F.
Good, Robert A,, Ph.D., M.D., President and Director, Sloan-Kettering Institute f o r Cancer Re20014.
search, 410 East 68th Street, New York, N e w
Godwin, Melvin C., Ph.D., M.D., 4334 N. GreenYork 10021.
view Avenue, Chicago, Illinois 6061 3.
Goodfellow, Elsie F., Ph.D.. Associate Professor
Goeringer, Gerald C., Ph.D., Associate Professor of
of Anatomy, T h e Creighton University School
Anatomy, Schools o f Medicine and Dentistry,
o f Medicine, 657 North 27th St.. Omaha, NeGeorgetown University, 3900 Reservoir Road.
braska 68131.
N.W. Washington, D.C. 20007.
Goodge, William R., Ph.D., Associate Professor of
Goertemiller, Clarence C., Jr., Ph.D., Associate
Anatomy, School of Medicine, University o f
Professor of Zoology, Department o f Zoology,
Missouri-Columbia, Columbia, Missouri 65201.
University o f Rhode Island, Kingston, Rhode Goodman, Donald C., Ph.D., Professor and ChairIsland 02881.
man, Department o f A n a t m y , College of MediGolarz de Bourne, M. Nelly, Ph.D., Assistant Hiscine, Upstate Medical Center, 766 Irving Ave..
tochemist, Yerkes Regional Primate Research
Syracuse, New York 13210.
Center o f Emory University, Atlanta, Georgia Goodman, Morris, Ph.D.. Research Associate
30322.
Professor of the School of Medicine, W a y n e
Goldberg, Louis J., D.D.S., Ph.D., Associate ProfesState University, School of Medicine, Medical
sor, School of Dentistry, University of CaliResearch Building, 550 E. C a n f i l d , Detroit,
fornia, Los Angeles, California 90024.
Michigan 48207.
Goldberger, Michael E.. Ph.D., Assistant Profes- Gopalakrishna, A., D.Sc., Lecturer in Zoolow,
sor, Department o f Anatomy, School of MediCollege o f Science, Nagpur University, Nagcine. University o f Chicago, 1025 East 57th
pur, India.
Street, Chicago, Illinois 60637.
Gordon, Albert S., B.S., M.S., Ph.D., Professor
Goldby, Frank, M.A., M.D., F.R.C.P., Professor
of Biology, Department of Biology, Graduate
of Anatomy Emeritus, S t . Mary’s Hospital MediSchool o f Arts and Science, New York Univercal School, London W.2., England.
sity, New York, Ne w York 10003.
Goldsmith, Eli D., Ph.D., Professor of Histology, Gordon, Mildred, Ph.D., Research Associate, DeResearch Coordinator, New York University.
partments o f Anatomy and Obstetrics, Yale
College o f Dentistry, 342 East 26th Street, New
Medical School, New Haven. Connecticut 06510.
York, New York 10010.
Gorski, Roger A,, Ph.D., Professor and Vice ChairGoldsmith, Joseph B., Ph.D.. Professor Emeritus
m a n (Graduate Affairs), Department o f Anatof Preventive Medicine and Public Health.
omy, School o f Medicine, University o f CaliOklahoma University School of Medicine,
fornia, Los Angeles, California 90024.
5145 Oxford Drive, Sarasota, Florida 33581.
Goss, Charles Mayo, M.D. (Exec. Com., ’47-’51;
Goldstein, Abraham M.B.,M.D., Adjunct Professor
President, ’64-’65), Visiting Professor, Departof Surgery (Urology), School of Medicine, Uniment of Anatomy, The George Washington Uni-
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versity School of Medicine, 1335 H Street, N.W.,
Washington, D.C. 7809 Moorland Lane, Bethesda, Maryland 20014.
Goss, Richard J., Ph.D., Professor, Division of
Biological and Medical Sciences, Brown University, Providence, Rho& Island 02912.
Gowgiel, Joseph M., D.D.S., Ph.D., Associate
Professor, Chairman, Department of Anatomy,
School of Dentistry, Loyola University, Maywood, Illinois 60153.
Goy, Robert W., Ph.D., Professor of Psychology,
University of Wisconsin Director, Wisconsin
Regional Primate Research Center, 1223 Capitol
Court, Madison, Wisconsin 53706.
G r a i n , Allan L., M.D., Ophthalmolgy, Two
Orchard Lane, Danvers, Massachusetts 01923.
Graney, Daniel O., Ph.D., Assistant Professor,
Department of Biological Structure, School of
Medicine, University of Washington, Seattle,
Washington 98195.
Grant, J. C. Boileau, M.B., Ch.B., D.Sc. (Hon.),
F.R.C.S. (Edin.), (Sec. Vice Pres. '50-'52), Professor Emeritus of Anatomy, Department of
Anatomy, University of Toronto, Toronto 5,
Canada.
Grant, Lester D., Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Department of Anatomy, School of Medicine, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NoTth
Carolina 27514.
Gray, Donald J., B.S., M.S., Ph.D., Professor of
Anatomy, Department of Anatomy, Stanford
University, Stanford, California 94305.
Gray, Edwin R., Ph.D., R.P.T., Director, Physical
Therapy Program, University of WisconsinLa Crosse, La Crosse, Wisconsin 54601.
Gray, Peter, Ph.D., D.I.C., Andrey Avinoff Professor of Biology, Department of Biology, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
15213.
Gray, Stephen W., Ph.D., Professor of Anatomy,
Emory University School of Medicine, Atlanta,
Georgia 30322.
Graziadei, P. P. C., M.D., Associate Professor,
Department of Biological Science, Florida State
University, Tallahassee, Florida 32306.
Green, James A., Ph.D., Professor of Anatomy,
School of Medicine, University of Missouri,
Columbia, MZssourl 65201.
Greenberg, Stephen R., Ph.D., Assistant Professor,
Department of Pathology, The Chicago Medical School, 2020 West Ogden Boulevard,
Chicago, Illinois 60612.
Greene, Eunice C., B.A., M.A., Box 452, Jaffrey
Center, New Hampshire 03454.
Greene, Theodore C., M.D., Professor of Anatomy.
Emeritus, Meharry Medical College, 1613-18th
Avenue So., Nashville, Tennessee 37212.
Greene, Walter Farrar, A.B., Ph.D., Professor of
Anatomy, Emeritus, Box 452, Jaffrey Center,
New Hampshtre 03454.
Greenhill, J. P., M.D., F.A.C.S., Professor of Gynecology, Cook County Graduate School of
Medicine; Senior Attending Obstetrician and
Gynecologist, Cook County Hospital, Pittsfield
Building, 55 E. Washington Street, Chicago,
Illinois 60602.
Greenlee, Theodore K., Jr., M.D., Associate Professor of Orthopaedics, School of Medicine, Uni-
versity of Washington, RK-10, Seattle, Washing
ton 98195.
Greenwald, Gilbert S., Ph.D., Research Professoi'
in Human Reproduction (Obstetrics and Gynecology); Professor of Anatomy, Universitg
of Kansas Medical Center, Rainbow Boulevard
a t 39th Street, Kansas City, Kansas 66103.
Greep, Roy O.,M.S., M.A., (hon.) Ph.D., D.Sc.,
(hon.) Director of the Laboratory of Human
Reproduction and Reproductive Biology, Hat.
vard Medical School, 45 Skattuck Street, Boston,
Massachusetts 02115.
Gregg, Robert V., Ph.D., Associate Professor of
Anatomy, School of Medicine, University ojc
Louisville, Health Sciences Center, Louisville,
Kentucky 40202.
Greider, Marie H., Ph.D., Associate Professor of
Pathology, School of Medicine, Washingtoit
University, 4550 Scott Avenue, Saint Louis,
Missourl 63110.
Greulich, Richard C., Ph.D., (Exec. Com., '71'75),Director of Intramural Research, National
lnstitiite of Dental Research, National Insti.
tutes of Health, Bethesda. Maryland 20014.
Greulich, William W., Ph.D., Sc.D. (hon.), (Exec.
Com., '46-'50; First Vice-Pres., '56-'58), Professor Emeritus of Anatomy, Stanford University School of Medicine, California; Research
Biologist, Developmental Biology Branch. Nap
tional Institute of Child Health and Human
Development, National Institutes of Health,
Clinical Center, Room 13N-236, Bethesda,
Maryland 20014.
Grewe, John M., D.D.S., M.S.D., Ph.D., Associats
Professor and Head, Orthodontic Department,
School of Dentistry, University of Maryland,
666 West Baltimore Street, Baltimore, Maryland
21 201.
Griffiths, Raymond Bert, Ph.D., M.D., The Rockefeller University, York Avenue and 66th Street,
New York, New York 10021.
Groat, Richard A., Ph.D., M.D., Pathologist, 132;1
N. Elm Street, Gyeensboro, Nwth Ca~olincz
27401.
Groenendijk-Huijbers, Margot M., M.D., D.Sc.,
Associate Professor of Anatomy, Department
of Medical Anatomy and Embryology, Janskerkhof 3A, Utrecht, The Netherlands.
Gross, Jack, M.D., Ph.D., Professor of Experimental Medicine and Cancer Research, Medical School, The Hebrew University, Hadassah,
P.O.B. 1172,Jerusalem. Israel.
Grover, Frances S., Ph.D., Lecturer, Department of
Anatomy, University of California School of
Medicine, Los Angeles, California 90024.
Gruenwald, Peter, M.D., Associate Professor of
Pathology, Hahnemann Medical College, Philac
delphia, Pennsylvania 19102.
Guillery, Ray W.,Ph.D., Department of Anatomy,
University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin
53706.
Gumbreck, Laurence G., Ph.D., Associate Professor, Department of Anatomical Sciences, University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center,
P. 0. Box 26901, Oklahoma City, Oklahomtz
73190.
Gunberg, David L., Ph.D., Professor and Head,
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Department o f Anatomy, Faculty o f Medicine,
University of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Gurdjian, E. Stephen, M.D., Suite 808 Professional
Plaza, 3800 Woodward Avenue, Detroit, Michigan 48201.
Guth, Lloyd, M.D., Head, Section on Neural Development and Regeneration, Laboratory of
Neurochemistry, N.I.N.D.S., National Institutes
o f Health, Bethesda, Maryland 20014.
Guthrie, Mary J., Ph.D., Research Associate, Detroit Institute of Cancer Research and Professor
of Biology, Wayne State University. 2400 Harm o n Road, Rt. 1 , Pontiac, Michigan 48057.
Gwyn, David G., M.B.B.S., M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P.,
Ph.D., Associate Professor, Department o f Anatomy, University o f Western Ontario Health
Sciences Center, London 72, Ontario, Canada.
Ha, Hongchien, M.D., Associate Professor, Department of Anatomy, T h e Milton S. Hershey
Medical Center, T h e Pennsylvania State University, 500 University Drive, Hershey. Pennsylvania 17033.
Haar, Jack L., Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Department o f Anatomy, Medical College of Virginia,
Health Sciences Division of Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, Virginia 23219.
Habel, Robert Earl, D.V.M., M.Sc., M.V.D.,
Professor and Head, Department of Anatomy,
New York State Veterinary College, Cornell
University, Ithaca, New York 14850.
Hackenbrock, Charles R., Ph.D., Professor of Cell
Biology, Department of Cell Biology, University
of Texas southwestern Medical School, Dallas,
Texas 75235.
Haddara, Mohamed Abdel Fattah, Ph.D., M.B.,
B.Ch., Head, Department of Anatomy, Assiut
University, Assiut, Egypt, U.A.R.
Hadek, Robert, Ph.D., D.V.M., Associate Professor
of Anatomy, Loyola University Stritch School
of Medicine, Loyola University Medical Center,
2160 S. First Ave., Maywood, Illinois 60153.
Hafez, E. S . E., Ph.D., (Cantab) Professor, Department o f Gynecology-Obstetrics and Physiology, W a y n e State University School of Medicine, Detroit, Michigan 48201.
Haft, Jay Stuart, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of
Anatomy and Director, Office of Planning and
Construction, T h e Medical College of Wisconsin,
561 North 15th Street, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
53233.
Hafs, Harold D., Ph.D., Associate Professor,
Dairy Department. Michigan State University,
East Lansing, Michigan 48823.
Hagedoorn, Johanna P., Ph.D., Assistant Professor
of Anatomy, New York Medic31 College, Basic
Science Building, Valhalla, New York 10595.
Hagino, Nobuyoshi, M.D., D. Med. Sci.,Associate
Professor, Department o f Anatomy, University
o f Texas, Health Science Center at San Antonio,
and Head, Section o f Neurophysiology, Southwest Foundation for Research and Education,
P. 0. Box 28147 (8848 W e s t Commerce Street
at Loop 410), San Antonio, Texas 78284.
Haguenau, Francoise, M.D., Directeur de Recherche ti 1’I.N.S.E.R.M. Sous-Directeur du Labmatoire de Mkdecine E x p k i n e n t a l e du ColL?ge de
France, 11 Place Marcelin Berthelot, 75 Paris
S h e , France.
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Hahn, William E., D.D.S., A.B., M.S., Professor
of Anatomy, School of Dentistry, University
of Maryland, 618 W. Lombard Street, Baltimore, Maryland 21 201.
Hahn, William E., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of
Anatomy, University of Colorado School of
Medicine, 4200 East N i n t h Avenue, Denver,
Colorado 80220.
Haidak, Gerald L., M.D., M.Sc., (Med.), Associate
Professor of Anatomy, Albany Medical College,
Union University, Albany, New York 12208.
Haight, John R., Ph.D., Lecturer in Anatomy,
Faculty o f Medicine, University o f Tasmania,
Hobart, Tasmania (Australia).
Haines, Duane E., Ph.D., Assistant Professor,
Department of Anatomy. Medical College of
Virginia, Health Sciences Division of Virginia
Commonwealth University, Richmond, Virginia 23219,
Hakim, Manoutchehr, M.D., Professor of Anatomy, University of Teheran. 75 Takhte Jamshid, Teheran, Iran.
Hall, B. V., Ph.D., Center f o r Electron Microscopy,
84-A Beirer Hall. University of Illinois. Urbana,
Illinois 61801.
Hall, James L., Ph.D., Professor of Anatomy,
College of Medicine, University of Cincinnati,
Eden and Bethesda Avenues, Cincinnati. Ohio
45219.
Hall, William C., Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Departments o f Anatomy and Psychology, Duke
University, Durham, North Carolina 27706.
Halls, Albert Avery, Ph.D., Assistant Professor,
School of Medicine, The Creighton University,
517 South 58th Street, Omaha. Nebraska 68106.
Halmi, Nicholas S., M.D., Professor of Anatomy
and Physiology, University of lava, College of
Medicine, 356 Medical Laboratories, l a v a Ciw.
Iowa 52240.
Halpern, Mimi N., Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Department of Anatomy, Downstate Medical Center, State Uttiversity o f New York, 450 Clarkson Avenue, Brooklyn, New York 11203.
Halpert, BBla, M.D., Professor Emeritus of Pathology, Baylor University College of Medicine,
3383 S. Leisure World Boulevard, Apartment 2B.
Silver Spring, Maryland 20906.
Ham, Arthur W., M.B., F.R.S.C., Professor of
Anatomy, University of Toronto, R.R. 2, Markham, Ontario, Canada.
Hamburg, Martin D., Ph.D., Assistant Professor,
Department of Anatomy, Cornell University
Medical College, New York, New York 10021.
Hamburger, Viktor. Ph.D., Professor Emeritus of
Biology, Washington University, Lindell and
Skinker Boulevards. St. Loufs. Missouti 63130.
Hamburgh, Max, B.S.. M.A., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Anatomy, Albert Einstein College of
Medicine, Eastchester Rd. and M o d s Park
Ave., New Y w k . New York 10461.
Hamel, Earl G., Jr., Ph.D., Professor and Chairman, Department o f Anatomy, University of
Alabama in Birmingham, Medical Center, U n f
versity Station, Birmingham, Alabama 35294.
Hamilton, A. Ian, M.A., Ph.D., D.D.S., Professor,
Department o f Restorative Dentistry, School o f
Dentistry, University o f Washington, Seattle,
Washington 98195.
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Hamilton, Betty L. Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Department of Anatomy, Georgetown University
School of Medicine and Dentistry, 3900 Reservoir Road N.W., Washington D.C. 20007.
Hamilton, David Whitman, A.B., M.A., Ph.D., Research Fellow, Department of Anatomy, Harvard
Medical School. 25 Shattuck Street, Boston,
Massachusetts 021 15.
Hamilton, Gilbert F., B.Sc., M.B., Ch.B., J.P.,
Senior Lecturer in Anatomy, Aberdeen University, Scotland, Anatomy Department, Marischal
College, Aberdeen, Scotland.
Hamilton, James B., Ph.D., State University of
New Ymk. Downstate Medical Center, 450
Clarkson Avenue, Brooklyn. N a u York 11203.
Hamilton, Robert Lucian, Ph.D., Department of
Anatomy, University of California School of
Medicine, San Francisco, California 94122.
Hamilton, William J., M.D., B.Ch., D.Sc., F.R.S.E.,
Professor of Anatomy Emeritus, University of
London, Charing Cross Hospital Medical College. Tara, 45 Wolsey Road. Mom Park, Northwood, Middlesex, London, England.
Hamlett, George W. D.. Ph.D., Professor Emeritus
of Anatomy, Department of Anatomy, Louisiana
State University School of Medicine, New 07leans, Louisiana 70113.
Hammond, Warner S., Ph.D., Associate Professor
of Anatomy, School of Medicine, State University of New York, Syacuse, New York 13210.
Hampton, James C., Ph.D., Head, Cytology Section, Department of Biology. Battelle Northwest
Laboratory, Richland, Washington 99352.
Hamre, Christopher J., Ph.D., D.Sc. (honorary),
Emeritus Professor of Anatomy, School of Medicine, University of North Dakota, Grand Forks,
North Dakota 58201.
Han. Seonn S., D.D.S.. Ph.D.. Professor of Anatomy, M e d i d School; and Professor of Dentistry,
School of Dentistry, Laboratory of Cell Biology,
School of Dentistsy, The University of Michigan,
1011 N. University, Ann Arbor. Michigan 481 04.
Hanan, Ernest B., A.B., A.M.. M.D., Burge Protestant Hospital, 1423 North Jefferson. Springfield,
Missouri 65802.
Hanaway. Joseph, M.D.. Department of Neurology.
Massachuset& General Hospital, Boston, Ma&&
chusetts 02114.
Hancock, Michael B., Ph.D., Assistant Professor,
Department of Anatomy, University of Texas
Medical Branch, Galveston, Texas 77550.
Hand, Peter James, V.M.D., Ph.D., Associate
Professor, Department of Anatomy School of
Veterinary Medicine, University of Pennsylvania
3800 Spruce Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
19104.
Hard, Walter Leon, Ph.D,, Professor and Vice
Chairman in Anatomy, College of Medicine,
University of Nebraska, Omaha, Nebraska
68105.
Hardin, James H., Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Department of Anatomy, Medical University of
South Carolina, Charleston, South Carolina
29401.
Hare, W. Kendrick, A.B., M.S., Ph.D., M.D.,
Department of Pharmacology, Medical College
of Alabama, Birmingham, Alabama 35294.
Hare, William Currie Douglas, B.Sc. (Vet. Sci.),
Ph.D., M.R.C.V.S., Associate Professor of Anat-
omy, School of Veterinary Medicine, Assodaita
Professor of Veterinary Medicine. Graduate
School of Medicine, School of Veterfnary MedlG
cine, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphhg
Pennsylvania 19104.
Harper, Michael J. K.,Ph.D., Medical Officer, Personal Mail, Human Reproduction Unit (Expanded Programme), WHO 1211 Geneva 27,
Switzerland.
Harrington, Daniel B., Ph.D., Assistant Professor,
Department of Anatomy, School of Dentish!i,
Marquette University, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
53233.
Harris, Joe P., Ph.D., Professor of Biology, Southern Methodist University, Dallas, Texas 75275.
Harris, Norman 0.. D.D.S., M.S.D., Professor of
Histology, School of Dentistry, University of
Puerto Rko, San Juan, Puerto Rico 00905.
Harris, Thomas M., B.A., Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Department of Anatomy, Medical College of
Virginia, 12th 6 Clag Streets, Richmond, Virginia 23219.
Harrison, Frank, M.D., Ph.D., President and Professor of Anatomy, The University of Texas
Health Science Center a t San Antonio, 770.3
Floyd Curl Drive, San Antonio, Texas 78284.
Harrison, Gladys A,, Ph.D., Research Scientist, Environmental Physiology Branch, NASA, Ames
Research Center, Mofett Field, Californira
94035.
Harrison, J. Michael, Dipl. Psychol.. (London).
Professor of Psychology, Boston University, Department of Psychology. 48 Sparks Street, Cambridge. Massachusetts 02138.
Harrison, Virginia F., Ph.D., c/o Colonel William
H. Marsh, 6333 Cavalier Corridor, Falls Church,
Virginia 22044.
Harrop, Trevor, J., L.D.S., D.D.S.. M.S.. Ph.D.,,
Associate Professor and Head, Department of
Restorative Dentistry, University of British Columbia, Faculty of Dentistry, Vancouver 8, British Columbia, Canada.
Hart, Benjamin L., D.V.M., Ph.D., Associate Professor of Anatomy and Lecturer in Psychology,
Department of Anatomy, School of Veterinaqp
Medicfne, University of California, D a d . C d f m i a 95616.
Harting, John K., Ph.D., Department of Anatomy,
Bardeen Medical Laboratories, University of
Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin 53705.
Hartman, John D.. M.D., Attending Pathologist,
Albert Einstein Medical Center. York and Tabor
Roads, Philadelphia, Pa. 19141.
Hartman, Mary Ellen, M.D., Assistant Professor
of Anatomy, The Medical College of Pennsylvania, Henry and Abbottsford R o d . P h i b
delphia, Pennsylvania 19129.
Hartmann, J. Rancis, Ph.D., Director of Neurobiology, Rush-Presbyterian-St. Luke's Medical
Center, 1753 West Congress Parkway. Chicago,,
IUinois 60612.
Hartroft, Phyllis M., Ph.D., Associate Professor
i n Pathology, School of Medicine. Washingtom
University, 660 So. Euclid Ave.. St. Loub, MiaSOUri
631 10.
Hartroft, W. Stanley, M.D., Ph.D., LL.D., Professor of Experimental Pathology, Universityl
of Hawaii School of Medicine, Honolulu, Hawaii
96816.
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Harty, Michael, M.A., M.B., M.Ch., F.R.C.S.
(Eng.), Associate Professor of Anatomv,
Department o f Anatomy and o f Orthopaedic Surgery, School o f Medicine, University
o f Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
191 74.
Harvey, Joseph E., Ph.D., Associate Professor, Department o f Otolaryngology, School o f Medicine,
Washington University, St. Louis, Missouri
63110.
Harvey, S. Carl, Ph.D., Lecturer, Department of
Anatomy, Faculty of Medicine, McGill University, Montreal. Canada.
Hashimoto, Edward I., A.B., M.D., M.S.,Associate
Professor of Anatomy, University of Utah Medical Schoot, Salt Lake City, Utah 84112.
Hashimoto, Paul0 H., M.D., Associate Professor,
Department of Anatomy, Osaka University
Medical School, 33 Joancho, Kitaku, Osaka 530,
Japan.
Hatton, Glenn I., Ph.D., Professor of Psychology,
Department o f Psychology, Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan 48823.
Haun, Charles K., Ph.D., Associate Professor of
Anatomy, School o f Medicine, University of
Southern California, 2025 Zonal Avenue, Los
Angeles, California 90033.
Hausberger, Franz X., M.D.,Professor of Anatomy,
Daniel Baugh Institute o f Anatomy, Jefferson
Medical College, I020 Locust Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19107.
Hay, Don A., Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Department o f Biology, University o f WisconsinStevens Point, Stevens Point, Wisconsin 54481.
Hay, Elizabeth D., M.D., (Exec. Com., '70-'73),
Louise Foote Pfeiffer Professor of Embryology,
Department of Anatomy, Haruard Medical
School, 25 Shattuck Street, Boston, Massachusetts 02115.
Hayashida, Tetsuo, A.B., M.A., Ph.D., Professor
of Anatomy, Department of Anatomy, and
Associate Research Endocrinologist, Hormone
Research Laboratory, University o f California,
San Francisco Medical Center, San Francisco,
California 94122.
Hayes, E. Russell, Ph.D., Professor of Anatomy,
State University of New York at Buffalo, Capen
Hall, Buffalo,New York 14214.
Hayes, Raymond L., Jr., Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Department of Anatomy and Cell Biology,
university o f Pittsburgh, School o f Medicine,
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15213.
Hayes, Thomas G., Ph.D., Associate Professor of
Anatomy, College o f Medicine, T h e Ohio State
University, 333 West Tenth Avenue, Columbus,
Ohio 43210.
Haymaker, Webb, M.D., Assistant Director (Life
Sciences 1, Ames Research Center, Moffett Field,
California 94035.
Hayward, James N., M.D., Professor of Neurology
and Anatomy, Reed Neurological Research
Center, School o f Medicine, University o f California, Los Angeles, California 90024.
Hazlett, James C., Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Department o f Anatomy, School of Medicine,
W a y ne State University, 540 E. Canfield, Detroit, Michigan 48201.
Healey, John E., Jr., M.D., Professor of Anatomy,
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a t Houston, and Professor and Head, Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, T h e University of Texas M . D. Anderson Hospital and
Tumor Institute at Houston, Houston, Texas
77025.
Heath, Everett, V.M.D., Ph.D., Assistant Professor,
Department o f Veterinary Anatomy, College of
Veterinary Medicine, University o f Minnesota,
St. Paul, Minnesota 55101.
Heath, Trevor J., B.V.Sc., Ph.D., Senior Lecturer
in Physiology, SchooZ o f Physiology, University o f New South Wales, Kensington, N.S.W.
2033, Australia.
Hegab, El-Sayed H. H,, M.D., Ph.D., Resident
of Anesthesiology, University o f Kentucky
Medical Center, Lexington, Kentucky 40506.
Heggestad, Carl B., M.D., Ph.D., Associate Prw
fessor, Department o f Anatomy, Medical
School, University o f Minnesota, 262 Bell
Laboratories, Minneapolis, Minnesota 55455.
Hegre, Erling S., Ph.D., Professor, Department
of Anatomy, Medical College o f Virginia.
Richmond, Virginia 23219.
Heidger, Paul M., Jr., Ph.D., Associate Professor,
Department o f Anatomy, Tulane University
School o f Medicine, New Orleans, Louisiana
70112.
Heim, Louise M., Ph.D., Department o f Biological
Sciences, County College o f M d s , Dover, New
Jersey 07801.
Heimer, Lennart, M.D., Professor of Neuroanatomy, Department o f Anatomy, University of
Virginia Medical School, Charlottesvilk, Virginia 22901.
Heldt. Thos. J.. A.B.. A.M., M.D., Senior Consultant in Neuropsychiatry, Henry Ford Hospital, 17 Poplar Park, Pleasant Ridge, Michigan 48069.
Hem, 0. M.,B.S., M.S.,Ph.D., retired, 22 Lincoln
Terrace, Yonkers, New York 10701.
Hendelman, Walter J., M.D., Associate Professor
of Anatomy, Department o f Anatomy, Faculty
o f Medicine, University o f Ottawa, 275 Nicholas
Street, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, K1 N 6N5.
Henderson, Nanine S., Ph.D., Assistant Professor,
Department o f Human Anatomy, School o f
Medicine, University o f California, Davis, California 95616.
Hendrickson, Anita E., Ph.D., Assistant Professor,
Department o f Ophthalmology, University o f
Washington, Seattle, Washington 98195.
Hendrickx, Andrew G.,Ph.D., Associate Research
Physiologist, National Center f o r Primate Biology and Department of Clinical Sciences,
School of Veterinary Medicine, University of
California, Davis. California 95616.
Henrikson, Ray C., Ph.D., Assistant Professor,
Department of Anatomy, College o f Physicians
and Surgeons, Columbia University, Ne w York,
Ne w York 10032.
Henry, Raymond L., Ph.D., Professor, Department
of Physiology, W a y n e State University School
of Medicine, 540 East Canfield, Detroit, Michigan 48201.
Henson, Edmond C., Ph.D., Instructor, Clinical
Pathology, College o f Medicine, University o f
South Alabama, Mobile, Alabama 36688.
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Henson, O'Dell Williams, Jr., Ph.D., Assistant
Professor, Department o f Anatomy, Yale University School o f Medicine, 333 Cedar Street,
New Haven, Connecticut 06510.
Herbener, George H., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of
Anatomy, University o f Louisville Health Sciences Center, Department o f Anatomy, Louisville, Kentucky 40202.
Herbertson, James E., M.S., D.D.S., Professor and
Chairman, Department of Anatomy, University
of Missouri-Kansas City, 650 E. 25th Street,
Kansas City, Missouri 64108.
Herman, Lawrence, Ph.D., Associate Professor,
Department o f Pathology, State University o f
New York, Downstate Medical Center, 450
Clarkson Avenue, Brooklyn, New York 11203.
Hertig, Arthur T., M.D., Professor of Pathology,
Harvard Medical School, Chief, Division of
Pathobiology, N e w England Regional Primate
Research Center, 1 Pine Hill Drive, Southbmough, Massachusetts 01772.
Herzberg, Fred, D.D.S., M.S., Clinical Professor
of Oral Biology and Research Anatomist,
Center for t h e Health Sciences, University o f
California at Los Angeles, Los Angeles, California 90024.
Hess, Arthur, Ph.D., D.Sc., Professor and Chairman, Department of Anatomy, Rutgers Medical
School, CMDNJ, University Heights, P. 0. Box
101, Piscataway, New Jersey 08854.
Hess, Melvin, Ph.D., Professor and Chairman,
Department of Anatomy, School o f Medicine,
Louisiana State University, 1542 Tulane Avenue, New Orleans, Louisiana 70112.
Hetherington, Albert W., Ph.D., Retired, P. 0. Box
2104, Fort Myers, Florida 33902.
Hetherington, Duncan C., Ph.D., M.D.,Professor
Emeritus of Anatomy, Duke University School
of Medicine, Valley Tenace, Apt. 1212, Durham,
North Carolina 27707.
Heusner, William W., Ph.D., Professor, Human
Energy Research Laboratory, Michigan State
University, East Lansing, Michigan 48823.
Hewes, C. Gordon, Ph.D., Professor and Chairman, Department o f Anatomy, Kettering Medical Center, 3735 Southern Boulevard, Kettering,
Ohio 45429.
Hibbard, Emerson, Ph.D., Associate Professor,
Department o f Biology, T h e Pennsylvania
State University, University Park, Pennsylvania
16802.
Hibbs, Richard G., B.A., Ph.D., Professor of
Anatomy, School o f Medicine, Tulane University, 1430 Tulane Ave., New Orleans,
Louisiana 701 12.
Higginbotham, A. Curtis, Ph.D., Professor Emeritus of Anatomy, West Virginia University.
1010 Sandlewood Drive, Venice, Florida 33595.
Higginbotham, Frances Heffrin, Ph.D., 1010
Sandlewood Drive, Venice, Florida 33595.
Hightower, James A., Ph.D., Assistant Professor,
Department of Anatomy, School of Basic
Sciences and Graduate Studies, Medical College of Virginia, Health Sciences Division of
Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond,
Virginia 23298.
Hikida, Robert S., Ph.D., Associate Professor of
Zoology, Department of Zoology, Ohio Univer..
sity, Morton Hall, Athens, Ohio 45701.
Hild, Walther, M.D., Professor and Chairman,
Department of Anatomy, T h e University of
Texas Medical Branch, Galveston, Texas:
77550.
Hildebrand, Milton, Ph.D., Professor of Zoology,
Department o f Zoology, University o f Cali..
fornia, Davis, California 95616.
Hill, Marvin F., Ph.D., Associate Professor of
Anatomy, School of Medicine, Creighton Ux&
versity, 3406 S. 91 Street, Omaha, Nebraskcr
68124.
Hill, Robert T., Ph.D., D.Sc., Division o f Research:
Grants, National Institutes of Health, Bethesda,
Maryland 20014.
Hilliard, Jessamine, Ph.D., Associate Research
Anatomist, Department of Anatomy, Univer.
sity of California School of Medicine, Loti
Angeles, 1511 Clear V i e w Lane, Santa A n a ,
California 92705.
Hillman, Dean E., Ph.D., Associate Professor of
Physiology & Biophysics, Division o f Neuro..
biology (Oakdale), University o f Iowa, fowu
City, lowa 52240.
Hilloowala, Rusi A., B.D.S., Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Department o f Anatomy, W e s t Virginitr
University Medical Center, Morgantown, W e s t
Virginia 26506.
Hilton, Frederick K., Sc.D., Associate Professor of
Anatomy, Health Sciences Center, University of
Louisville, School o f Medicine, Louisville,
Kentucky 40202.
Hilton, William A., B.S., Ph.D., Professor of
Zoology, Pomona College, Director Laguna.
Marine Laboratory, 1263 Dartmouth Ave.,,
Claremont, California 91 712.
Hinds, James W.. Ph.D., Assistant Professor,
Department o f Anatomy, Boston University
School of Medicine, Boston, Massachusettai
021 18.
Hines, Marion, Ph.D., Sc.D. (hon.), (2nd Vice
Pres. '46-'48), Visiting Professor of Anatomy,,
johns Hopkins University. School of Medicine,,
725 N. W o l f e Street, Baltimore, Marylundl
21205.
Hinke, Joseph A., M.D., Professor, Department of
Anatomy. Faculty o f Medicine, T h e University
o f British Columbia, Vancouver 8, British
Columbia, Canada.
Hinsey, Joseph C., Ph.D., Sc.D. (Hon.), (Exec..
Com. '40-'46), Professor Emeritus of Neuroanatomy, Cornell Medical College, Consultant
and Former Director, The New York Hospital..
Cornell Medical Center, Apartment 5 M, Chateau Lorraine, Scarsdale, New York 10583.
Hirata-Hibi, Motoe, M.D., Ph.D., Department of
Anatomy, Kawasaki Medical College, Matsu..
shima, Kurashiki, Okayama-Ken, japan.
Hirschman, Albert, Ph.D., Associate Professox
of Anatomy, State University of New York,
College o f Medicine at New York City, 450
Clarkson Avenue, Brooklyn, New York 11 203.
Hisaoka, K. Kenneth, Ph.D., Deputy Associate
Director for Extramural Programs, National
Institute of Dental Research, National Institutes of Health, Westwood Building, Room 503,
Bethesda, Maryland 20014.
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Hisaw, Frederick L., Jr., B.S., M.S., Ph.D., Associate Professor, Department o f Zoology,
Oregon State University, Corvallis, 07egon
97331.
Hjortsjo, Carl H., M.D., Odont. Dr.h.c., Professor and Head, Department o f Anatomy. University o f Lund, Bishopsgatan 7. Lund,
Sweden.
Hoadley, Leigh, Ph.D., Professor Emeritus of
Zoology, Harvard University, Apt. 403, 985
Memorial Drive, Cambridge, Ma. 02138.
Hoar, Richard Morgan, Ph.D., Research Division,
Experimental Pathology C Toxicology, H o f mann-La Roche Inc., Nutley, New Iersey
071 10.
Hofer, Helmut O., Ph.D., Adjunct Associate Professor of Anatomy, Tulane University, Delta
Regional Primate Research Center, Covington,
Louisiana 70433.
Hoffer, Anita P., Ph.D.. Instructor, Department o f
Anatomy, Harvard Medical School, Boston,
Massachusetts 02115.
Hoffman, Henry H., Ph.D., Associate Professor
in Anatomy, Medical College o f Alabama and
School of Dentistry, University o f Alabama,
1919 Seventh Avenue, South Birmingham,
Alabama 35233.
Hoffman, Loren H., Ph.D., Assistant Professor,
Department of Anatomy, Vanderbilt University
School of Medicine, Nashville, Tennessee
37232.
Hoffman, Richard Leigh, D.D.S., Ph.D., Associate Professor of Histology, 4802 W h i t e Oak
Avenue, Rockford, Illinois 61 11 I .
Hoffmann, Joan C., Ph.D., Associate Professor,
Department o f Anatomy and Reproductive Biology, University of Hawaii School o f Medicine,
1960 East-West Road, Honolulu, Hawaii 96822.
Hogg, Ira D., Ph.D., Professor Emeritus, Department of Anatomy, University of Mississippi
Medical Center, Jackson. 4247 East Ridge Drive,
Jackson, Mississippi 3921 I .
Holbrook, Jean R., Ph.D., Associate Professor of
Anatomy, Department o f Anatomy, University
o f Tennessee Medical Units, Memphis, Tennessee 381 03.
Holcomb, George R., Ph.D., Professor of Anthropology and Dean of Research Administration,
University o f North Carolina, 03 South Buildi n g , Chapel Hill, North Carolina 27514,
Holland, Robert C., Ph.D., Staff Member, Rockefeller Foundation; Acting Chairman and Visiting Professor of Anatomy, Faculty of Medical
Sciences, University of Medical Sciences,
G.P.O. Box 2453, Bangkok, Thailand.
Hollenberg, Martin J., M.D., Ph.D., Professor of
Anatomy, Department of Anatomy, T h e University of British Columbia, Vancouver 8,
British Columbia, Canada.
Holliday, Terrell A.. D.V.M.. Ph.D., Associate
Professor, Department o f Clinical Sciences,
School of Veterinary Medicine, University of
California, Davis. California 95616.
Hollinshead, May B., Ph.D., Associate Professor
of Anatomy, New Jersey College o f Medicine
and Dentistry, Bergen Street, Newark, N e w
Jersey 07107.
Hollinshead, W. Henry, Ph.D.. (Exec. Corn., '65-
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'66; 2nd Vice Pres., '66-'68) Professor Emeritur
of Anatomy, Mayo Graduate School of Medicine,
University of Minnesota, and Visiting Professor,
Department o f Anatomy, University of North
Carolina School o f Medicine, Chapel Hill, North
Carolina 27514.
Holsinger, James W., Jr., M.D., Ph.D.. Assistant
Professor of Internal Medicine, College o f Medicine, University o f Nebraska, Omaha, Nebraska
68105.
Holtfreter, Johannes, F. C., Ph.D., Professor Emeritus of Zoology, Department o f Biology, University of Rochester, Rochester, New York 14603.
Holtzer, Howard, Ph.D.. Professor, Department
o f Anatomy, School o f Medicine, University
o f Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
19104.
Holyoke, Edward A., M.D., Ph.D., Professor of
Anatomy and Chairman of the Department.
University o f Nebraska. College o f Medicine,
42nd and Dewey Avenue. Omaha, Nebraska
681 05.
Hooker, Charles W., Ph.D., (Exec. Com. '56-'60).
Professor of Anatomy, School of Medicine, University o f North Carolina. Chapel Hill, North
Carolina 2751 5.
Hopf, Adolf, Dr. med.. Professor of Brain Research; Director, C. and 0. Vogt Institute for
Brain Research, University o f Dusseldorf.
4, Duesseldorf, Himmelgeister Strasse 300.
W e s t Germany.
Horel, James A., Ph.D., Department o f Anatomy,
State University o f New York, Upstate Medical
Center, 766 Irving Avenue, Syracuse, N e w
York 13210.
Horn, Eugene H., Ph.D.. Associate Dean and
Associate Professor of Anatomy, Albany Medical College o f Union University, Albany.
New York 12208.
Horn, Robert G., M.D., Assistant Professor,
Department of Pathology, Vanderbilt University School o f Medicine, Nashville, Tennessee
37203.
Horowitz, Aaron, D.V.M., Ph.D., Professor and
Head, Department o f Veterinary Anatomy.
Western College of Veterinary Medicine, U d
versity o f Saskatchewan. Saskatoon. Saskatchewan, Canada.
Horst, Roy, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Department of Anatomy, College of Medicine, University o f Vermont, Given Building, Burlington,
Vermont 05401.
Hoshino, Kazumasa, M.D., D.Med.Sc., Professor of
Anatomy, Faculties o f Medicine and Dentistry.
University o f Manitoba, Winnipeg 3, Manitoba.
Canada.
Hoskins, Godfrey C.. M.D., Clinical Associate Pro.
fessor of Anatomy, University of Texas Southwestern Medical School, 4704 Abbott #125.
Dallas, Texas 75205.
Hostetler, Jeptha R., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of
Anatomy. Colleae of Medicine. Ohio State UnG
versity. -333 W e s t -Tenth Avenue, Columbur.
Ohio 43210.
House, Earl Lawrence, Ph.D.. Professor in Anatomy, N e w Jersey College o f Medicine and
Dentistry, 100 Bergen Street. Newark. New
Jersey 071 03.
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Houston, Marshall L., Ph.D., Assistant Professor,
Department of Anatomy, T h e University o f
Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio,
7703 Floyd Curl Drive, San Antonio, Texas
78284.
Hovde, Christian A,, A.B., M.A., Ph.D., D.D., Director, Bishop Anderson Foundation, 1743 W .
Harrison St., Chicago, Illinois 60612.
Howse, Harold D., Ph.D., Director, Gulf Coast Research Laboratory, Post Office Box AG. Ocean
Springs, Mississippi 39564.
Hoy. Wm. E., Ph.D., Professor Emeritus and
former Head of the Department of Biology,
University of South Carolina, 2906 W. Cornwallis Drive, Greenboro, North Carolina 27408.
Hoyte, David Augustus Noel, M.B., Ch.B., M.D.,
Professor and Head, Department o f Anatomy,
University o f the W e s t Indies, Mona, Kingston
7, Jamaica, W e s t Indies.
Hsu, Chih-yun, B.S.. M.S., Ph.D., Professor o€
Biomorphics, Department o f Biomorphics,
National Defense Medical Center. Taipei, Taiwan, T h e Republic o f China.
Hubbard, Sydney J., Ph.D., Associate Professor,
Department o f Anatomy. Rutgers Medical
School, Rutgers-The State University, N e w
Brunswick, New Jersey 08903.
Huber, John Franklin, M.D., Ph.D., (2nd Vice
Pres. '64-'66), Professor Emeritus of Anatomy,
Special Assistant to the Dean, Temple Medical
School, 3400 North Broad Street, Philadelphia.
Pennsylvania 19140.
Huckins, Claire, Ph.D., Associate Professor of
Cell Biology, Baylor College of Medicine, Houston, Texas 77025.
Huelke, Donald F.. Ph.D., Professor of Anatomy,
T h e University of Michigan Medical School,
Department o f Anatomy, T h e University of
Michigan, Medical Science If Building, Ann
Arbor, Michigan 481 04.
Huffman, Ronald D., Ph.D., Associate Professor,
Departments o f Anatomy and Pharmacology,
T h e University o f Texas Health Science Center
at San Antonio, 7703 Floyd Cur1 Drive, San
Antonio, Texas 78284.
Hugon, Jean S., M.D., Associate Professor, Department o f Pathology, Medical Center, School
of Medicine, University of Sherbrooke, P. Q.
Canada.
Hull, Chester D., Ph.D., Associate Research Anatomist, Department of Anatomy, School o f
Medicine, University o f California, Los Angeles, California 90024.
Humbertson, Albert O., Jr., Ph.D., Associate Professor, Department of Anatomy, College of
Medicine, T h e Ohio State University, 1645
Neil Ave., Columbus, Ohio 43210.
Hummel, Katharine P., Ph.D., Retired Associate,
T h e Jackson Laboratory, Cleftstone Road. Bar
Harbor, Maine 04609.
Humphrey, Rufus R., Ph.D., Professor Emeritus
of Anatomy, School of Medicine, State University of New York a t Buffalo; Research
Scholar, Department o f Zoology, Indiana
University, Bloomington. IndiAnu 47401.
Hung, Kuen-Shan, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Departments of Anatomy and Pathology, Univer-
sity of Southern California School o f Medicine,
Los Angeles, California 90033.
Hungerford. Gerald F., Ph.D., Professor of Anatomy, School of Medicine, University o f Southern California, 2025 Zonal Avenue, Los Angeles, California 90033.
Hunt, Ernest L., Ph.D., Sc.D., Professor of Biology, Department o f Biology, Emory University,
Atlanta. Georgia 30322.
Hunt, Thomas E., Ph.D., Professor Emeritus of
Anatomy and Consultant, University o f A h bama Medical Center, University Station,
Birmingham, Alabama 35294.
Hunter, Robert L., Ph.D., Professor and Chairman, Department o f Human Anatomy, School
of Medicine, Division o f Sciences Basic to
Medicine. University of California, Davis,
Culifornia 95616.
Hurst, Edith M., Ph.D., 205 Benjamin W e s t Avenue, Swarthmore, Pennsylvania 19081.
Hwang, Ung Kee, M.D., Ph.D., Associate Professor of Anatomy, St. Loiris University School
of Medicine, 1402 S. Grand Blvd., St. Louis.
Missouri 63104.
Hyde, John Baskerville. Ph.D., Associate Professor
of Anatomy, Faculties o f Medicine and Dentistry, University o f Manitoba, 750 Bannatyne
Avenue, Winnipeg, Manitoba. Canada R3E
OW3.
Ibrahim, Mohamed Z.M., M.B., B.Ch., Ph.D., Associate Professor, Department o f H u m a n Morphology, School of Medicine, American U n f versity o f Beirut, Republic o f Lebanon.
IfFt, John D., A.B., M.A., Ph.D., Associate Professor of Anatomy, Boston University School
o f Medicine, 80 E. Concord Street, Boston,
Massachusetts 021 18.
Imai, Hideshige, M.D., Ph.D., Associate Professor
i n Pathology, Albany Medical College o f Union
University, 47 New Scotland Avenue, Albany.
New York 12208.
Ingersoll, Everett H., Ph.D., Emeritus Professor of
Anatomy, Medical College of Virginia, Virginia
Commonwealth University, 8605 Pennsbury
Place, Apt. 7, Richmond, Virginia 23229.
Ingram, W . R., Ph.D., (Exec. Com. '48-'52), Professor Emeritus, Department o f Anatomy, College o f Medicine, T h e University o f Iowa, Iowa
City, Iowa 52240.
Inke, Gabor B., M.D., D.D.S., Associate Professor
of Anatomy, Health Sciences Center, State
University o f New York, Stony Brook, N e w
York 11790.
Innes. Peter Bruce, B.D.S., M.D.S., Assistant
Professor of Anatomy and Lecturer i n Oral
Biology, Department of Anatomy, University
o f Saskatchewan, Sashatoon. Saskatchewa?r,
Canada.
Irving, Ronald E., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of
Anatomy, Medical Center, State University of
New York, Stony Brook, New York 11790.
I 8 Marwood Place. Stony Brook, New York
11790.
Irwin, John W., A.B.. M.D., Director of Microcirculatory Laboratory, Massachusetts Eye
and Ear Infirmary; Assistant in Medicine.
Massachusetts General Hospital; and Research
Associate in Electrical Engineering, Massa-
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chusetts Institute of Technology, Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary, 243 Charles St.,
Boston, Massachusetts 021 14.
Isaacson, Robert L., Ph.D., Professor of Psychology and the Anatomical Sciences, Department
of Psychology, College of Medicine, University
of Florida, Gainesville, Florida 32601.
Isler, Henri G., Ph.D., Professor, Department
of Biological Sciences, University o f Montreal.
2900 Mt-Royal Boulevard, Montreal, P.Q.,
Canada.
Israel, Harry, D.D.S., Ph.D., Chief, Dental Research Section, Fels Research Institute, Yellow
Springs, Ohio 45387.
Ito, Susumu, Ph.D., (Second Vice-Pres., '73-'74;
First Vice-Pres., '74-'75), Professor of Anatomy,
Harvard Medical School, 25 Shattuck Street,
Boston, Massachusetts 021 15.
bard, Jacques Y., Medical Doctor, Professeur
agr6g6 d'Histologie, Laboratorie d'Histologie,
Ecole de Mddecine, Caen ( 1 4 ) France.
Jackson, Joseph L., M.A., M.B., 2151 Haultain
Street, Victoria B. C., Canada.
Jackson, Marvin A., M.D., M.A., Professor, Department of Pathology, College of Medicine,
Howard University, 520 W . Street, N.W.,
Washington, D.C. 20001.
Jacobs, Myron S., Ph.D., Research Associate in
Comparative Pathology, Osborn Laboratories,
New York Aquarium, Boardwalk and West
8th Street, Brooklyn, N. Y.11224.
Jacobs, Richard M., D.M.D., D.D.S., Ph.D., Associate Dean and Professor, College o f Dentistry, The University of Iowa, Iowa City,
Iowa 52240.
Jacobs, Virgil L., Ph.D., Associate Professor, Department of Anatomy and Reproductive Biology,
University o f Hawaii School of Medicine, 1960
East-West Road, Honolulu, Hawaii 96822.
Jacobson, Stanley, Ph.D., Assistant Professor in
Anatomy, T u f t s University School o f Medicine,
136 Harrison Avenue, Boston, Massachusetts
02111.
Jaffee. Oscar C., Ph.D., Professor of Biology,
University o f Dayton, Davton, Ohio 45409.
Jakowska, Sophie, Ph.D., Professor, Department
o f Biological Sciences, SICC, CUNY, 27 West
96th Street, New York 10025.
Jakway, Jacqueline S., Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Department of Anatomy, Downstate Medical Center, State University o f New York, 450
Clarkson Avenue, Brooklyn, New York 11203.
James, Thomas N., M.D., Director, Cardiovascular
Research and Training Center, University o f
Alabama School o f Medicine, Birmingham,
Alabama 35294.
Jande, Sohan S., Ph.D., Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Department of Histology and Embryology,
University o f Ottawa Faculty o f Medicine, 275
Nicholas Street, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.
Jane, John A.. M.D., Ph.D., Professor of Neurosurgery, School of Medicine, University o f Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia 22901.
Jansen, Jan, M.D., Professor of Anatomy, Anatomical Institute. University o f Oslo, Oslo.
Norway.
Jarial, Mohinder S.,Ph.D., Assistant Professor of
Anatomy, Department of Physiology and Health
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Science and Muncie Center for Medical Education, Ball State University, Muncie, Indiana
47306.
Jayne, Edgar P., Ph.D., Associate Professor of
Anatomy, University o f Connecticut, Box 42,
Storrs, Connecticut 06268.
Jean, Pierre, M.D., Ph.D., Associate Professor,
Ddpartement d'Anatmie, Facultk de Mkdecine,
Universik? de Montdal, Montr€al, Q d b e c ,
Canada.
Jee, Webster, S.S., Ph.D., Professor, Department
of Anatomy, University of Utah College of
Medicine, 2C105 Medical Center, Salt Lake
City, Utah 84112.
Jenkins, Farish A., Jr., Ph.D., Associate Professor
of Biology, Department of Biology and Museum
of Comparative Zoology, Haward University,
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02138.
Jenkins, Thomas W., Ph.D., Associate Professor,
Department of Anatomy, College o f Human
Medicine, Michigan State University, East
Lansing, Michigan 48823.
Jensen, Lyle H.,Ph.D., Associate Professor, Department of Biological Structure, School o f
Medicine, University of Washington, Seattle,
Washington 98195.
Jensh. Ronald P., Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Department of Anatomy and Stein Research
Center, Jefferson Medical College, Thomas Jefferson University, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
19107.
Jersild, Ralph A., Jr., Ph.D., Professor, Department of Anatomy, Indiana University Medical
Center, Indianapolis, Indiana 46202.
Job, Thesle T., Ph.D., Professor Emeritus of Anatomy, Stritch School of Medicine of Loyola University, 408 South Oak Park Avenue, Oak Park
Arms Hotel, Oak Park, Illinois 60302.
Johnson, Dorothy D., Ph.D., 10 Selden Hill
Drive, W e s t Hartford, Connecticut 06107.
Johnson, E. Marshall, Ph.D., Professor and Chairman, Department of Anatomy, Director, Daniel
Baugh Institute o f Anatomy, JeffersonMedical
College, 1020 Locust Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19107.
Johnson, Fred H., Ph.D., Yellow Stones, Heathside Road, Working, Surrey, England.
Johnson, James H., Ph.D., Assistant Professor,
Department of Anatomy, Medical College o f
Virginia, Health Sciences Division o f Virginia
Commonwealth University, Richmond, Virginia
23219.
Johnson, John Irwin, Jr., Ph.D., Professor in
Biophysics, Psychology and Zoology Departments, Biophysics Department, Michigan
State University, East Lansing, Michigan
48823.
Johnson, Myra L., A.B., A.M., Ph.D., M.D., I61
H i g h Street, Wadsworth, Ohio 44281.
Johnson, Robert J., M.D.. (Exec. Corn., '60-'64)).
Professor and Chairman, Department o f Anatomy, Graduate School of Medicine, University
o f Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
19104.
Johnson, Sydney E., Ph.D., M.D., Professor Emeritus, University of Louisville Medical School;
2280 Pinellas Point Drive So., St. Petersburg.
Florida 33712.
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Johnson, Thomas N., Ph.D., Professor of Anatomy, School o f Medicine, George Washington
University, 1335 H Street, N.W., Washington,
D. C. 20005.
Johnston, Malcolm C., D.D.S., Ph.D., Visiting
Scientist, National Institutes o f Health, National Institute o f Dental Research, Bethesda,
Maryland 20014.
Johnstone, Frederick Robert Carlyle, M.B., Ch.B.,
M.Sc., F.R.C.S.(Ed.), F.A.C.S., Professor, Department of Surgery, Lecturer, Department of
Anatomy, University of British Columbia, Department o f Surgery, Vancouver General Hospital, Vancouver 9, B.C., Canada.
Johnstone, Paul N., A.B., M.D., F.A.C.S., F.I.C.S.,
Executive Staff Surgeon, Research, St. Joseph,
and Trinity Lutheran Hospitals, and Professor of Vertebrate Anatomy, University of Missouri a t Kansas City, Suite 11 10 Bryant Bldg.,
Kansas City, Missouri 64106.
Jokelainen, Pentti T., M.D., Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Department o f Anatomy, New York
Medical College, Flower and Fifth Avenue Hospital, 106 Street at F i f t h Avenue, N e w York,
N e w York 10029.
Jollie, William P., Ph.D., Professor and Chairman,
Department of Anatomy, Medical College o f
Virginia, Health Sciences Division, Virginia
Commonwealth University, 1200 East Broad
Street, Richmond, Virginia 23219.
Joneja, Madan G., Ph.D., Associate Professor,
Department o f Anatomy, Queen’s University,
Kingston, Ontario, Canada.
Jones, Albert L., M.D., Associate Professor of
Medicine and Anatomy, University of California Medical Center, San Francisco, California
94121.
Jones, David S., Ph.D., M.D., Professor, Department o f Anatomy, W e s t Virginia University;
Morgantown, W e s t Virginia 26506.
Jones, Edward G., M.D., Ph.D., Associate Professor, Department o f Anatomy, Washington University School o f Medicine, St. Louis, Missouri
631 10.
Jones, Helena S., Ph.D., Staff Fellow, National Institute of EnvironmentaE Health Sciences, P . 0.
Box 12233, Research Triangle Park, North
Carolina 27709.
Jones, Oliver P., Ph.D., M.D., (Prog. Sec. ’54-’66),
Distinguished Professor and Dr. Henry C. and
Bertha H. Buswell Fellow, State University o f
New York at Buffalo, Capen Hall, Buffalo, New
York 14214.
Jordan, Robert L., Ph.D., Assistant Professor,
Department of Anatomy. Medical College of
Virginia, Health Sciences Center, Virginia
Commonwealth University, Richmond, Virginia
23219.
Joseph, Shirley Anne, Ph.D., Assistant Professor,
Department o f Anatomy, T h e University o f
Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry,
Rochester, New York 14620.
Joy, Edward A., A.M., Ph.D., Associate Professor of Anatomy Emeritus, Tufts University
School of Medicine, Boston, Massachusetts,
and Department o f Biological Sciences (Analo m y ) , University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona
85721.
Joynt, Robert J., M.D., Ph.D., Professor and Chairman, Department o f Neurology, T h e University
o f Rochester, School o f Medicine, 260 Crittenden Boulevard, Rochester, New York 14620.
Julian, Logan M., D.V.M., Ph.D., Professor of
Anatomy and Anatomist in the Experiment
Station, Department o f Anatomy, School of
Veterinary Medicine, University o f California,
Davis, California 95616.
Jump, Ellis B., D.M.D., Ph.D., Professor of Anatomy, University of Oregon Dental School,
Portland, Oregon 97201.
Kaan, Helen Warton, A.B., Ph.D., Woods Hole,
Massachusetts 02543.
Kaas, Jon H., Ph.D., Associate Professor, Department of Psychology, Vanderbilt University,
Nashville, Tennessee 37240.
Kabat, Herman, Ph.D., M.D., Medical Director,
Bureau of Rehabilitation and Services for the
Aging, 40 Fountain Street, Providence, Rhode
Island; Wilbur Hazard Road, Plum Beach,
Saunderstown, Rhode Island 02874.
Kabisch, William T., Ph.D., Enviro-Med, Incorporated o f California, Eastern Technical Ofice,
11 20 Connecticut Avenue, N.W., Suite 1130,
Washington, D. C. 20036.
Kaelber, William W., M.D., Professor, Departments of Anatomy and Neurology, College of
Medicine, The University of Iowa, 601 Normandy Drive, Iowa City, Iowa 52240.
Kahn, Raymond H., Ph.D., Professor of Anatomy, The University of Michigan Medical
School, Department of Anatomy, T h e University of Michigan, Medical Science I1 Building,
A n n Arbor, Michigan 48104.
Kainer, Robert A., D.V.M., M.S., Associate Professor, Department of Anatomy, Colorado State
University, Ft. Collins, Colorado 80521.
Kaiser, Hans E., Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Department of Anatomy, The George Washington University, 433 South W e s t Drive, Silver
Spring, Maryland 20901.
Kallen, Frank C., Ph.D., Associate Professor, Department o f Anatomy, State University o f New
York at Buffalo, Sherman Hall, Buffalo, New
York 14214.
Kallenbach, Ernst, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Department o f Anatomy, University of Florida,
Gainesville, Florida 32603.
Kalt, Marvin R., Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Department o f Anatomy, University o f Connecticut Health Center, School o f Medicine, Farmington, Connecticut 06032.
Kaltenbach, Jane Couffer, Ph.D., Professor, Department o f Biological Sciences, Mount Holyoke
College, South Hadley, Massachusetts 01075.
Kalter, Harold, Ph.D., Research Associate, Children’s Hospital Research Foundation; Professor
of Research Pediatrics, College of Medicine,
University of Cincinnati, Children’s Hospital
Research Foundation, Elland Avenue, C i n c h
nati, Ohio 45229.
Kampmeier, Otto Frederic, A.B., Ph.D., M.D.,
Professor Emeritus of Anatomy, University of
Illinois College of Medicine, 1541 Crown Street,
Redlands, California 92373.
Kamrin, Benjamin B., D.D.S., Ph.D., Biophysics
Research Laboratory, Department o f Physics,
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New York University, New York, New York
10003.
Kanaseki, Takeshi, M.D., Dr.Med. Sci., Professor
of Anatomy, Department of Anatomy, Gifu
University School of Medicine, Gifu, Japan 500.
Kanczak, Norbert M., Ph.D., Associate Professor,
Department of Histology, School of Dentistry,
University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15213.
Kannankeril, Joseph V., Ph.D., Ph.D., Assistant
Professor, Department of Anatomy, Loyola
University Stritch School of Medicine, 1400
South First Avenue, Hines, I l l i d s 60141.
Kaplan, Emanuel B., B.S., M.D., Associate Clinical Professor of Anatomy, College of Physicians and Surgeons, Columbia University, 630
West 168th Street, New York, New York
10032.
Kaplan, Stanley, Ph.D., Associate Professor of
Anatomy, The Medical College of Wisconsin,
561 N. 15th Street, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
53233.
Kappers, Johannes Arigns, M.D., Director of the
Netherlands’ Central Institute for Brain Research, Professor of Neuro-anatomy, University
of Amsterdam, Netherlands’ Central Institute
for Brain Research, ljdijk 28, Amsterdam-0..
The Netherlands.
Kapur, Shakti P., Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Department of Anatomy, School of Medicine and
Dentistry, Georgetown University, Washington,
D.C. 20007.
Karlsson, Ulf L., Ph.D., M.D., Associate Professor,
College of Dentistry and College of Medicine,
Department o€ Anatomy, The University of
Iowa, 131 Ferson, Ioua City, Iowa 52240.
Karnovsky, Morris J., BSc., M.B.B.Ch., D.C.P.,
Associate Professor, Department of Pathology,
Harvard Medical School, Boston, Massachusetts 021 15.
Karten, Harvey J., M.D., Research Associate, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 15 Cotton
Street, Newton, Massachusetts 02158.
Kashiwa, Herbert K., Ph.D., Assistant Professor,
Department of Biological Structure, School of
Medicine, University of Washington, Seattle,
Washington 98195.
Kasten, Frederick H.,Ph.D., Professor, Depar&
ment of Anatomy, Louisiana State University
Medical Center, New Orleans. Louisiana 70119.
Kastritsis, Constantine D., Ph.D., Associate Professor, The University of Texas (Southwestern)
Medical School a t Dallas, 5323 Harry Hines
Boulevard, Dallas, Texas 75235.
Katsh, Seymour, Ph.D., Professor of Pharmacology, School of Medicine, University of Colorado Medical Center, 4200 E. Ninth Avenue,
Denver, Colorado 80220.
Katzberg. Allan A., B.Sc., M.S., Ph.D., Associate Professor of Anatomy, School of Medicine, Indiana University, Indianapolis, Indiana
46202.
Kaufmann, Berwind N., M.D., Professor and
Chairman, Department of Anatomy, Hahnemann Medical College, 235 North 15th Street.
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19102.
Kavanagh, Virgene Warbritton, Ph.D., Consult-
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ant on Histology, 231 Blue Ridge Road, Indianapolis, Indiana 46208.
Kawamura, Syosuke, M.D., D.Msc., Lecturer, The
3rd Department of Anatomy, Okayama University Medical School, Okayama, Japan.
Kaye, Gordon I., Ph.D., Associate Professor of
Surgical Pathology, F. Higginson Cabot Laboratory, Division of Surgical Pathology, College
of Physicians and Surgeons, Columbia University, New York, New York 10032.
Kaylor, Cornelius T., Ph.D., Professor of Anatomy,
School of Medicine, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, North Carolina 27514.
Keefe, J. Richard, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Department of Anatomy, School of Medicine, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia
22901.
Kelley, Robert O., Ph.D., Assistant Professor,
Department of Anatomy, School of Medicine,
The University of New Mexico, Albuquerque,
New Mexico 87106.
Kelly, Douglas E., Ph.D., Professor and Chairman,
Department of Biological Structure, Universitg
of Miami School of Medicine P. 0. Box 875
Biscayne Annex, Miami. Florida 331 52.
Kelly, G. Lombard, A.B., B.S., M.D., Professor of
Anatomy, Emeritus, University of Georgia
School of Medicine, 2131 Gardner Street, Augusta, Georgia 30904.
Kelly, Robert E., Ph.D., Assistant Professor,
Department of AnatomyKytology, Dartmouth
Medical School, Hanover, New Hampshire
03755.
Kelsall, Margaret Aston, B.A., M.A., Ph.D., Laboratory of Cytology, Cleveland Psychiatric Institute and Hospital, 1708 Aiken Avenue, Cleveland, Ohio 441 09.
Kemp, Norman E., B.S., Ph.D., Professor of
Zoology, Department of Zoology, The University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan 48104.
Kemper, Thomas L., M.D., Assistant Professor,
Department of Neuropathotogy, Harvard Medical School, Boston, Massachusetts 021 15.
Kendrick, George Swor, D.D.S., M.S.D., Visiting
Associate Professor of Anatomy, Baylor University College of Dentistry, 800 Hall Street,
Dallas, Texas 75226. Mailing address: Wynnewood Professional Building, Dallas, Texas
75224.
Kennedy, John R., Jr., Ph.D., Associate Professor
of Zoology and Entomology, Department of
Zoology, The University of Tennessee, Knoxville, Tennessee 3791 6.
Kennedy, Joseph Patrick, B.A., M.A., Ph.D., Associate Professor of Anatomy, University of
Texas, Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences,
P.O. Box 20367 Astrodome Station, Houston,
Texas 77025.
Kenny, Geoffrey C. T., M.B., B.S., M.S., Senior
Lecturer in Anatomy, Department of Anatomy.
University of Melbourne, Parkville, Victoria
3052, Australia.
Kent, John F., Ph.D., Professor of Zoology, Connecticut College, New London, Connecticut
06320.
Kernis, Marten M., Ph.D., Associate Professor in
Anatomy and Obstetrics and Gynecology and
Assistant Dean, School of Basic Medical Sci-
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ences at the Medical Center, University of
Illinois, P. 0. Box 6998, Chicago, Illinois 60680.
Kerr, Frederick W. L., M.D., Professor of Neurosurgery and Professor of Neuroanatomy, Mayo
Medical School, 200 First Street S.W., Rochester,
Minnesota 55901.
Kessel, Richard G., Ph. D., Professor of Zoology,
The University of Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa 52240.
Keswani, Nandkumar Hemraj, M.B., B.S., F.C.P.S.,
Ph.D., F.A.M.S., Professor and Head of the Department of Anatomy and the History of Medicine, All-India Institute of Medical Sciences,
New Delhi-16, India.
Khalifeh, Riyad Rasheed, M.D., M.S., Assistant
Professor of Neuroanatomy and Neurology,
American University Hospital, Beirut, Lebanon.
Killackey, Herbert P., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of
Psychobiology, Department of Psychobiology,
University of California, Irvine, Irvine, California 92664.
Kille, Frank R., Ph.D., 340 Albany Shaker Road.
Loudonville, New York 12211.
Kim, Sun-Kee, Ph.D., Research Biologist, General
Medical Research, Veterans Administration
Hospital, Ann Arbor, Michigan 481 05.
Kimmel, Donald L., Ph.D., (Exec. Com., '67-'71),
Benedum Professor of Human Anatomy, Department of Anatomy, West Virginia University
Medical Center, Morgantown, West Virginia
26506.
Kindred, James E., Ph.D., Emeritus Professor of
Anatomy, School of Medicine, University of
Virginia, 201 0 Hessian Road, Charlottesville,
Virginia 22903.
King, Barry F., Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Department of Anatomy, Washington University
School of Medicine, Saint Louis, Missouri
631 10.
King, Dorothy Wei, Ph.D., Professor, Department
of Zoology, National Taiwan University, Taipei.
Taiwan, China.
King, Frederick A., Ph.D., Professor and Chairman, Department of Anatomical Sciences,
College of Medicine, University of Florida,
Gainesville. Florida 32601.
King, James S., Ph.D., Associate Professor i n
Anatomy, College of Medicine, The Ohio State
University, 1645 Neil Ave., Columbus, Ohio
43210.
Kingsley, Daniel M., M.S., Ph.D., M.D., Orthopedic Surgeon, 3924 Jackson Street, Alexandria, Louisiana 71301.
Kinzey, Warren G., Ph.D., Associate Professor of
Anthropology, City College of New York, Convent Avenue at 138th Street, New York, New
York 10031.
Kirkaldy-Willis, William Hay, M.A., M.B.,
B.Chir., M.D., F.R.C.S., Assistant Professor of
Surgery, Departments of Surgery and Rehabilitation Medicine, University Hospital, Saskatoon. Saskatchewan, Canada.
Kirkman. Hadley, A.B., S.M., Ph.D., Professor
Emeritus of Anatomy, School of Medicine,
Stanford University, Stanford, California 94305.
Kischer, C. Ward, Ph.D., Associate Professor of
Anatomy, University of Texas Medical Branch.
Galveston, Texas 77550.
Kitai. Stephen T., Ph.D., Assistant Professor, De-
partment of Anatomy, School of Medicine,
Wayne State University, 1400 Chrysler Expressway, Detroit, Michigan 48207.
Kitchell, Ralph L., D.V.M., Ph.D., Professor, Department of Anatomy, School of Veterinary
Medicine, University of California, Davis, California 95616 .
Klapper,, Clarence Edward, Ph.D., Professor of
Anatomy, University of Alabama in Birmingham, Medical Center University Station,
Birmingham, Alabama 35294.
Kleinfeld, Ruth G., Ph.D., Associate Professor of
Anatomy and Reproductive Biology, Department
of Anatomy and Reproductive Biology, University of Hawaii School of Medicine, 1960 EastWest Road, Honolulu, Hawaii 96822.
Kleiss, Ekkehard, M.D., Professor of Anatomy
and Embryology, Head of Department of Embryology, Universidad de Los Andes, Apartad0 38, Mhida, Venezuela.
Klemm, Robert D., Ph.D., Associate Professor of
Anatomy, College of Veterinary Medicine,
Kansas State University, Manhattan, Kansas
66502.
Knigge, Karl M., Ph.D., Professor of Anatomy
and Chairman, The University of Rochester
School of Medicine and Dentistry, Rochester,
New York 14620.
Knisely, Melvin H., Ph.D., (Exec. Com., '59-'63),
Professor, Department of Anatomy, Medical
University of South Carolina, 80 Barre Street,
Charleston, South Carolina 29401.
Knisely, William H., Ph.D., Vice Chancellor for
Health Affairs, The University of Texas System,
601 Colorado Street, Austin, Texas 78701.
Koch, William Edward, Ph.D., Associate Professor
of Anatomy, Department of Anatomy, School of
Medicine, University of North Carolina, Chapel
Hill, North Carolina 27514.
Kochhar, Devendra M., Ph.D., Associate Professor
of Anatomy, School of Medicine, University of
Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia 22901.
Koehler, James K., Ph.D., Associate Professor of
Biological Structure, University of Washington.
School of Medicine, Seattle, Washington 98195.
Koenig, Harold, M.D., Ph.D., Chief, Neurology
Service, Veterans Administration Research Hob
pital, and Professor, Department of Neurology
and P8ychiatry, Northwestern University Medical School, Chicngo, Illinois 60611.
Koering, Marilyn J., Ph.D.. Assistant Professor,
Dewartment of Anatomv. School of Medicine.
George Washington UGiversity, Washington,
D.C. 20005.
Xokko-Cunningham, Aulikki. M.D., 602 Eliot
Drive, U r b a k . Illinois 61801.
Xollar, Edward J., Ph.D., Associate Professor of
Oral Biology, Department of Oral Biology,
School of Dentistry, The University of Conmcticut Health Center, Famington, Connecttcut
06032.
Kollros, Jerry J., Ph.D., (Exec. Corn., 'SZ'SS),
Professor and Chairman, Department of ZooL
ogy, University of Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa 52240.
Konigsberg, Irwin R., Ph.D., Department of Biology. Gilmet Hall, University of Virginia, Charlottesville. Virginia 22903.
Konigsmark, Bruce W., M.D., Associate Professor
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Department of Anatomy, College of Medicine,
of Dathology, Chief of Ncuropathology, Health
University of Arizona, 1605 East Third Sheet,
Sciences Center, Temple University, 3400 North
Tucson, Arizona 85721.
Broad Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19140.
Kopmwski, Hilary, M.D., Director, Wistar Inst& Kuhlenbeck, Hartwig, M.D., Ph.D., Med. Sc.D.
tute of Anatomy and Biology, Professor of Re(hon.), Emeritus Professor of Anatomy, The
Medical College of Pennsylvania, 3300 Henry
search Medicine, University of Pennsylvania
Avenue, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19129.
Medical School, Professor of Microbiology, University of Pennsylvania Graduate School of A r t s Kumar, Santosh, Ph.D., Lecturer, Department of
and Sciences, Professor of Microbiology in the
Zoology, Motilal Wigyan Mahavidyalaya, BhoDivision of Biology, University of Pennsylvania,
pal, India.
36th and Spruce Streets, PhiZadeZphia, Pennsyl- Kuypers, Henricus G. J. M., M.D., Ph.D., Professor
vania 19104.
of Anatomy, Rotterdam Medical Faculty, PostKoski, P. Kalevi, L. Odont., D. Odont., Professor of
box 1738, Rotterdam, The Netherlands.
Pedodontia and Orthodontia, Institute of Dentis- Laatsch, Robert H., M.D., Assistant Professor of
try, University of Turku, Turku 3, Finland.
Anatomy, School of Medicine, Washington U n t
KostoviC, Ivica, M.D., D.Sc., Senior Fulbright
versity, 660 South Euclid, St. Louis, Missouri
Scholar, Department of Anatomy, School of
63110.
Medicine, The Johns Hopkins University, Balti- Lachman, Ernest, M.D., Regents Professor Emerimore, Maryland 21205.
tus, Departments of Anatomical and Radiological Sciences, University of Oklahoma Health
Kozam, George, B.A., M.Sc., Ph.D., D.D.S., AssisSciences Center, P. 0. Box 26901, Oklahoma
tant Professor of Anatomy, Seton Hall College
City, Oklahoma 73190.
of Medicine and Dentistry, 24 Baldwin Avenue,
Jersey City, New Jersey 07304.
Lacy, Paul E., M.D., Ph.D., Professor and Chairman, Department of Pathology, Washington
Kozlowski, Gerald P., Ph.D., Assistant Professor,
Ultiversity School of Medicine, Euclid Avenue
Department o f Anatomy, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colorado 80521.
and Kingshighway, St. Louis, Missouri 63110.
Krahl, Vernon E., M.S., Ph.D., Professor, Depart- Ladman, Aaron J., Ph.D., (Exec. Com., '72-'76),
Professor and Chairman, Department of Anatment of Anatomy, University of Maryland, 29
S. Greene Street, Baltimore, Maryland 21201.
omy, School of Medicine, The University of
New Mexico, Basic Medical Sciences Building,
Kramer, Theodore C., Ph.D., Associate Professor of
North Campus, Albuquerque, New Mexico
Anatomy, The University of Michigan Medical
87131.
School, Department of Anatomy, The University
of Michigan, Medical Science I1 Building, Ann
Laemle, Lois K., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of
Arbor, Michigan 48104.
Anatomy, New Jersey College of Medicine and
Dentistry, 100 Bergen Street, Newark, New
Krantz, Kermit E., M.D., Professor of Anatomy;
Jersey 07103.
Professor and Chairman, Department of Gynecology and Obstetrics, University of Kansas Laird, Cleve W., Ph.D., Research Associate, BioMedical Center, Rainbow Boulevard a t 39th.
Research Institute, Inc., 9 Commercial Avenue,
Kansas City, Kansas 66103.
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02141.
Krause, William J., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of
Lakshman, A. B., Ph.D., Assistant Professor, DeAnatomy, School of Medicine, University of
partment of Biology, Laurentian University,
Missouri, Columbia, Missouri 65201.
Sudbury, Ontario, Canada.
Krehbiel, Robert H., M.S., Ph.D., Professor of Lala, Peeyush K., M.D., Ph.D., Associate ProfesAnatomy, University of Illinois College of Medfsor of Anatomy, Department of Anatomy, Faccine, P.O. Box 6998, Chicago, Illinois 60680.
ulty of Medicine, McGill University, P.O. Box
Krieckhaus, E. E., Ph.D., Associate Professor, De6070, Montreal 101, Quebec, Canada.
partment of Psychology, University of Massa- Lambson, Roger O., Ph.D., Associate Professor of
chusetts, Amherst, Massachusetts 01002.
Anatomy, Assistant Dean for Student Affairs,
Krieg, Wendell J. S., B.S., M.S., Ph.D., Professor
College of Medicine, University of Kentucky
of Anatomy, Northwestern University Medical
Medical Center, Lexington, Kentucky 40506.
School, 303 E. Chicago Ave., Chicago, Illinois Landry, Stuart O., Jr., Ph.D., Associate Professor,
6061I .
Department of Biology, Harpur College, Binghamton, New York 13901.
Kronman, Joseph H., B.S.,D.D.S., Ph.D., Associate
Professor of Orthodontics and Director, Post- Langman, Jan, M.D., Ph.D. (Second Vice-Pres.,
doctoral Studies, Tufts University School of
'72-'73; First Vice-Pres., '73-'741, Professor and
Dental Medicine, 136 Harrison Avenue, Boston,
Chairman, Department of Anatomy, School cf
Massachusetts 02111.
Medicine, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia 22903.
Kropp, Benjamin N., Ph.D., 385 Bath Road, Kingston, Ontario Canada.
Langston, William Cleaver, M.D., Professor of
Anatomy Emeritus, University of Arkansas
Kruger, Lawrence, Ph.D., Professor of Anatomy,
School of Medicine, 2913 Lee Avenue, Little
Department of Anatomy, University of CaliRock, Arkansas 72205.
fornia School of Medicine, Los Angeles, Calffornia 90024.
Langworthy, Orthello R., A.B., A.M., M.D.. AssociKrupp, Patricia P., Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Deate Professor of Psychiatry, Johns Hopkins Unipartment of Anatomy, College of Medicine, University, 112 East Melrose Avenue, Baltimore.
versity of Vermont, Burlington, Vermont 05401.
Maryland 21212.
Krutzsch, Philip H.,Ph.D., Professor and Head, Lansing, Albert I., Ph.D., Professor and Chairman,
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Department o f Anatomy and Cell Biology,
School o f Medicine, University o f Pittsburgh,
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania I521 3.
Larkin, Lynn H., Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Division o f Anatomical Sciences, Department of
Pathology, University of Florida College of Medicine, Gainesville, Florida 32601.
Larramendi, Luis M. H., M.D., Professor of Anatomy, Department o f Anatomy, University o f
Chicago, 2025 E. 57th Street, Chicago, l l l i m i s
60637.
Larson, Sanford J., M.D., Ph.D., Professor of
Neurosurgery, Medical College of Wisconsin,
Department o f Neurosurgery, 8700 W e s t Wisconsin Avenue, Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53226.
Lasansky, Amaldo, M.D., Laboratory of Neurophysiology, National Institute of Neurological
Diseases and Stroke, National Institutes of
Health, Bethesda, Maryland 20014.
Lasher, Earl P., M.D., Clinical Associate Professor of Anatomy, Clinical Assistant Pmfessor of
Surgery, School of Medicine, University o f
Washington, Seattle, Washington 98195.
Lasker, Gabriel W., Ph.D., Professor of Anatomy,
W a y n e State University School o f Medicine,
540 E. Canfield, Detroit, Michigan 48201.
Laties, Alan M., M.D., Assistant Professor of
Ophthalmology, 421 Johnson Pavilion, University of Pennsylvania Medical School, 36th 6
Hamilton W a l k , Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
19104.
Latta, John S., Ph.D., Professor Emeritus of Anatomy, College of Medicine, University of N&
braska, 42nd and Dewey Avenue, Omaha, Nebraska 68105.
Lauer, Edward W., Ph.D., Professor of Anatomy,
The University of Michigan Medical School,
Department of Anatomy, The University of
Michigan,, Medical Scfence 11 Building, A n n
Arbor, Michigan 48104.
LaVail, Jennifer H., Ph.D., Instructor i n Neuropathology, Department of Neuroscience, Children’s Hospital Medical Center, 300 Longwood
Avenue, Boston, Massachusetts 02115.
LaVail, Matthew M., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of
Neuropathology, Department of Neuroscience,
Children’s Hospital Medical Center, 300 Longwood Avenue, Boston, Massachusetts 02115.
LaVelle, Arthur, Ph.D., Professor of Anatomy,
Department of Anatomy, College of Medicine,
University o f Illinois, 1853 West Polk Street,
Chicago, Illinois 60612.
LaVelle, Faith W., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of
Anatomy, Loyola University Stritch School of
Medicine, 21 60 South First Avenue, Maywood,
Illinois 60153.
Lawless, John Joseph, M.D., Ph.D., Director, West
Virginia University Health Service; Associate
Professor of Medicine, West Virginia University
School of Medicine; W e s t Virginia University
Health Service, Morgantown, West Virginia
26506.
Lawrence, Ann M.Uler, Ph.D., M.D., Associate Professor, Department of Medicine, The University
of Chicago, 950 East 59th Street, Chicago, IUfnois 60637.
Lawrence, Donald G.,M.D., Associate Professor,
Laboratory of Neuroanatomy, Montreal Neuro-
logical Hospital, McGill University, 3801 University Street, Montreal 112, Quebec, Canada.
Lawrence, Irvin E., Jr., Ph.D., Associate Professor,
Department o f Anatomy, School o f Medicine,
East Carolina University, Greenville, North:
Carolina 27834.
Lawry, James V., Jr., Ph.D., Assistant Professor oi’
Anatomy, University o f California School of
Medicine, Pamassus and 3rd Street, Sun Fram
cisco, California 94122.
Layton, William Maloy, Jr., M.D., Associate Professor, Department of Pathology, Dartmouth
Medical School, Hanover, Ne w Hampshire
03755.
Lazarow, Arnold, M.D., Ph.D., (Exec. Com. ’63’67), Professor and Head of Anatomy, Universitg
o f Minnesota, 262 Jackson Hall, Minneapolis,,
Minnesota 55455.
Leak, Lee V., Ph.D., Professor and Chairman, Department of Anatomy, Howard University College o f Medicine, Washington, D.C. 20001,
Leathem, James H., Ph.D., Sc.D., (2nd Vice Pres.,,
’6&’70), Professor of Zoology, Rutgers, The
State University, N e w Brunswick, N e w jerreyl
08903.
LeBeux, Yvi J., M.D., Associate Professor, Department of Anatomy, Lava1 University, School
of Medicine, QuBbec, P. Q., Canada.
Leblond, Charles Philippe, M.D., Ph.D., (Exec.
Corn., ’54-’58; President, ’62’63).Professor of
Anatomy, McGill University, P.O. Box 6070,
Montreal 102, P.Q. Canada.
LeBouton, Albert V., Ph.D., Assistant Professor,
Department of Anatomy, College of Medicine,
University o f Arizona, Tucson, Arizona 85724.
Leduc, Elizabeth H., B.S., M.A., Ph.D., Professor,
Division of Biology and Medical Sciences, Brown
University, Providence, Rhode Island 02912.
Lee, Donald Gifford, V.M.D. Professor of Veterinary Anatomy and Associate Dean, School of
Veterinary Medicine, University of Pennsylvania, 3800 Spruce Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19104.
Lee, Joseph C., M.D., Ph.D., Professor, Depart
m e n t o f Anatomy, State University of New
York a t Buffalo, Capen Hall, Buffalo, N e w
York 14224.
Lee, Marjorie M.C., M.D., D.Sc., Associate P r e
fessor, Department of Oral Biology, College of
Dentistry, University of Nebraska. (Home Address) 1141 Eldon Drive, Lincoln, Nebraska
68510.
Lee, Robert E., Jr., M.D., Ph.D., Assistant Attending Pathologist, Presbyterian-St. Luke’s
Hospital, Assistant Professor, Department of
Pathology, R u sh Medical College, Rush-Presbyterian-St. Luke’s Medical Center, 1753 W e s t
Congress Parkway, Chicago, Illinois 60612.
Leeson, C. Roland, M.A., M.D., Ph.D., B.Chir.
(Cantab.), Professor and Chairman, Departm e n t of Anatomy, School o f Medicine, University of Missouri, Columbia, Missouri 65201.
Leeson, Thomas S., M.A., M.D., Ph.D., M.B. B.Ch.
F.R.S.H. Professor and Chairman, Department
o f Anatomy, School o f Medicine, University of
Alberta, Edmonton 7,Alberta Canada.
Lehr, Jr., Robert P., Ph.D., Assistant Professor,
Depatrment of Gross Anatomy, Baylor College
of Dentistry, Dallas, Texas 75226.
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Leinonen, Ellen A., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of
Anatomy, Medical School, and Assistant Professor of Dentistry, School of Dentistry, Department of Anatomy, T h e University of Michigan, Medical Science 11 Building, A n n Arbor,
Michigan 48104.
Lele, Padmakar, P., M.D., D.Phil. (Oxon), Associate Professor of Experimental Medicine, Rm.
26-027, Massachusetts Institute o f Technology,
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02139.
LemkeyJohnston, Naomi, Ph.D., Medical Research
Associate IV and Associate Professor of Anatomy, Illinois State Pediatric Institute and University of Illinois, Chicago. Illinois State Pediatric Institute, 1640 W. Roosevelt Road, Chicago, I l h o i s 60608.
Lenn, Nicholas J.. M.D., Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Department o f Pediatrics, School o f Medt
cine, University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois
60637.
Lentz, Thomas L., M.D., Associate Professor of
Anatomy, Yale University School of Medicine,
333 Cedar St., New Haven, Connecticut 06510.
Leonard, Samuel L., Ph.D., Professor Emeritus
of Endocrinology, Division o f Biological S c t
ences, Cornell University, Stimson Hall, Ithaca,
New Y w k 14850.
Leppi, T. John, Ph.D., Associate Professor and
Chairman, Department of Biomedical Anatomy
and Assistant Dean, School o f Medicine, University o f Minnesota, Duluth, Minnesota 55812.
LeQuire, Virgil S., M.D., Professor in Anatomy and
Professor in Pathology, Department o f Pathology, School of Medicine, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, Tennessee 37203.
Lev, Maurice, M.D., Director, Congenital Heart
Disease Research and Training Center, Hektoen Institute for Medical Research, 637 S.
Wood Street, Chicago, lllinois 60612.
Levene, Cyril, M.D., Associate Professor, D i d o n
of Morphological Science, Faculty o f Medicine.
T h e University of Calgary, Calgary 44, Alberta.
Canada.
Levenstein, Irving M., Ph.D., Endocrinologist.
Leberco Laboratories, 123 Hawthorn St., R e
r e l k Park, New Jersey 07204.
Leveque, Theodore F.,Ph.D., Professor and Chairman of Anatomy, Faculty o f Medicine, Sherhooke University, Sherbrooke. P.Q. Canada.
Levine, Rhea J. C., Ph.D., Assistant Professor,
Department o f Anatomy, T h e Medical College
o f Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
19129.
Levitan, Max.,Ph.D., Professor of Anatomy, Mount
Sinai School of Medicine of the c i t y Unbersfty
o f New York, Fifth Avenue and 100th Street,
New Yotk, New York 10029.
Levitt, Melvin, Ph.D., Associate Professor of
Physiology, Bowman Gray School o f Medicine,
W a k e Forest University, Winston-Salem, North
Carolina 27103.
Lewis, Carmie Perotta, Ph.D., Associate Professor
of Biology, Department o f Biology, Suffolk
County Community College, 533 College Rd.,
Selden, N.Y. 11 784.
Lewis, Margaret R., L.L.D., 2689 Oak Hill Drive,
Allison Park, Pennsylvania 15101.
Lhotka, John F., Jr., M.D., Ph.D., Professor, Department o f Anatomical Sciences, University of
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26901, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73190.
Liang, Hsu-mu, B.S., M.S., Ph.D., Professor and
Head of the Department o f Biomorphics, National Defense Medical Center, Taipei, Taiwan,
T h e Republic of China.
Licata, Richard H., M.Sc., Ph.D., Professor and
Chairman, Department of Anatomy, University
of Nevada, Reno, Nevada 89507.
Liebelt, Annabel G., Ph.D., Associate Professor of
Cellular and Molecular Biology, School of
Medicine, Medical College o f Georgia, Augusta,
Georgza 30902.
Liebelt, Robert A., Ph.D., M.D., Professor of Experimental Medicine, Department of Medicine,
and Associate Dean of Curriculum, School o f
Medicine, Medical College of Georgia, Augusta,
Georgia 30902.
Liedke, Kathe B., Ph.D., 453 Wanuick Avenue,
Teaneck, New Jersey 07666.
Liem, Karel Frederik, Ph.D., Henry Bryant Bigelow Professor of Ichthyology, Professor of Biology and Curator of Ichthyology, Museum of
Comparative Zoology, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts 02138.
Lin, Homin, Ph.D., Research Associate, Departments of Anatomy and Ophthalmology, University of Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa 52242.
Lin, Huai-San, M.D., Professor, Department of
Anatomy, College o f Medicine, National Taiwan
University, 1-1. J e n Ai Road. Taipei, Taiwan, Republic o f China.
Lindsley, David F., Ph.D., Associate Professor,
Department of Physiology, School o f Medicine,
University o f Southern California, 2025 Zonal
Avenue, Los Angeks, California 90033.
Linen, Eric Ambrose, Ch.B., M.D., Professor of
Neuropathology, Bunting tnstitute, University
o f Toronto, Canada.
Lipp, Walther W., M.D., Professor and chair.
man, lnstitut f u r Histologie and Embryologic,
Tierarztliche Hochschuk W h . Linke Bahngasse 11, A-1 030, Wien, Austria.
Lisk, Robert D., Ph.D., Professor of Biology, Department of Biology, Princeton Univertiw,
Princeton, New jersey 08540.
Listgarten, Max A., D.D.S.. Professor, Department
of Periodontology, School o f Dental Medicine
and Center for Oral Health Research, University o f Pennsylvania, 4001 Spruce Street, P h f b
delphia, Pennsylvania 19104.
Liu, Chan-Nao, B.S., Ph.D., Professor of Anatomy,
University of Pennsylvania, School o f MedG
cine,Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19104.
Liu, Hin-Ching, Ph.D., Senior Lecturer in Anatomy, Department o f Anatomy, Faculty o f Medicine, University of Hong Kong, Li S h u Fan
Building, Sassoon Road, Hong Kong.
Livingston, Robert B., M.D., Chairman of Neurosciences Department, School of Medicine, UnG
versity o f California, San Diego, La J o k , California 92038.
Llorca, Francisco Orts, M.D., Professor of Anatomy, Medical School, University of Madrid,
Facultad de Medicinu, A n a t m i a , Ciudad UnG
versitaria, Madrid, Spain.
LoBue, Joseph, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Depart
ment of Biology, Graduate School of Arts and
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Square, New York, New York 10003.
Lockard, Isabel, Ph.D., Professor of Anatomy,
Department of Anatomy, Medical College of
South Carolina, Charleston, South Carolina
29401.
Locke, Simeon, M.D., 110 Francis Street, Boston,
Massachusetts 02215.
Loeser. Charles N., M.D., Professor of Anatomy,
Schools of Medicine and Dental Medicine, University of Connecticut, Box U-155,Storrs, connecticut 06268.
Loevy, Hannelore T., C.D., M.S., Ph.D., Associate
Professor of Pedodontics, School o f Dentistry,
University o f Illinois, 808 S. Wood St., Chicago,
lllinois 6061 2.
Loewenthal, Lois Anne, Ph.D., Associate Professor,
Department of Zoology, The University of Michigan. A n n Arbor, Michigan 48104.
Loewy, Arthur D., Ph.D., Department of Neurological Surgery, Mayo Graduate School o f Medicine, Rochester, Minnesota 55901.
Lohman, Anthony, H. M., M.D., Ph.D., Professor,
Department of Anatomy, Faculty o f Medicine,
University of Nijmegen, 21 Geed Grooteplein
noord, Nijmegen, T h e Netherlands.
Lolley, Richard N., Ph.D,, Adjunct Associate Professor, Deparfment of Anatomy, School of
Medicine, University o f California, Los Angeles,
California 90024.
Long, John A., Ph.D., Department of Anatomy,
University o f California School o f Medicine,
San Francisco, California 941 22.
Long, Margaret E., Ph.D., Research Associate in
Pathology, Department o f Pathology, Lenox Hill
Hospital, 100 E. 77th Street. New York, New
York 10021.
Long, Sally Y., Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Department of Anatomy, The Medical College o f Wisconsin, 561 N . 15th Sweet, Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53233.
Longley, James B., Ph.D., Professor and Chairman, Department o f Anatomy, University of
Louisville, Health Sciences Center, Louisville,
Kentucky 40201.
Longo, Frank J., Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Department o f Anatomy, University o f Tennessee
Medical Units, Memphis, Tennessee 38103.
Lovell, James E., D.V.M., Ph.D., Professor and
Head, Department of Veterinary Biological
Structure, College of Vetetinaty Medicine, University of Illinois, Urbana, Illinois 61801.
Low, Frank N., Ph.D., Research Professor in Anatomy, School of Medicine, University of North
Dakota, Grand Forks, North Dakota, 58201.
Low, Weng Djin, Ph.D., Lecturer, Department of
Anatomy, Faculty of Medicine, University of
Hong Kong. Li Shu Fan Building, Sassoon Road,
Hong Kong.
Lowrance, Edward W., Ph.D., Professor of Anatomy, School o f Medicine, Department o f Anatomy-M306, University of Missouri, Columbia,
Missouri 65201.
Lucas, Alfred M., Ph.D., Research Zoologist Emeritus, USDA Avian Anatomy Project, Department
o f Poultry Science, Michigan State University,
East Lansing, Michigan 48823.
Lucas, Miriam Scott, Ph.D., (Mrs. A. M.), Assistant Professor Emeritus of Natural Science,
Department of Natural Science, Michigan State
University, 521 Elizabeth, East Lansing, Michi.,
gan 48823.
Luckett, W. Patrick, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of
Anatomy, College of Physicians and Surgeons,
Columbia University, 630 W. 168th Street, New
York, New York 10032.
Luft, John H., M.D., (Exec. Com., '68-'71), Professor, Department o f Biological Structure,
School of Medicine, University o f Washington,
Seattle, Washington 98195.
Lund, Raymond D., Ph.D., Assistant Professor,
Department of Biological Structure, University
o f Washington School o f Medicine, Seattle,
Washington 98195.
Lunger, Philip D., Ph.D., Assistant Professor,
Department of Biological Sciences, University
o f Delaware, Newark, Delaware 1971I .
Lynn, Joseph A., M.D., Route 1 , Argyle, Texas
76226.
Lyon, Melvin, Ph.D., Centrallaboratoriet, Sct. Hans
Hospital, 4000 Roskilde, Denmark.
Lyons, William R., B.A., M.A., Ph.D., M.D., Professor of Anatomy Emeritus, Department of
Anatomy, School of Medicine, University of
California, San Francisco. California 94122.
Lyser, Katherine M., Ph.D., Associate Professor,
Department of Biological Sciences, Hunter College o f the City University o f New York, 695
Park Avenue. New York, New York 10021.
MacCallum, Daniel B., Ph.D., M.D., Professor of
Anatomy Emeritus, University of Southern
California School of Medicine, 10340 Rochester
Avenue, Los Angeles, California 90024.
MacCallum, Donald K., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Oral Biology, School of Dentistry, and
Assistant Professor of Anatomy, Medical School,
Cell Biology Laboratory, School of Dentistry,
The University of Michigan, A n n Arbor, Michigan 48104.
Machado, Angelo Barbosa Monteiro, M.D., Assistant Professor, Laboratdrio de AnatomiaFaculdade de Medicina
Universidade de
Minas Gerais-B. Horironte Minas Gerais.
Brasil.
Macintosh, Neil William George, M.B., B.S., Dip.
Anthrop., Challis Professor of Anatomy, Department o f Anatomy, University of Sydney,
Sydney. Australia.
Macintyre, M. Neil, Ph.D., Professor of Anatomy
in Anatomy and Pediatrics, School of Medicine, Case Western Reserve University, 2109
Adelbert Road, Cleveland, Ohio 44106.
Mack, H.Patterson, M.D., The Proctor and Gamble
Company, Miami Valley Laboratories, P.O. Box
391 75. Cincinnati. Ohio 45239.
Mackay, Bruce, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Pathology, University of Texas, M. D. Anderron
Hospital, Houston. Texas 77025.
MacLeod, John, A.B., M.S., Ph.D., Assodate Professor of Anatomy, Assistant Professor of Physiology, C m U University Medical College, 1300
York Ave., New York City 10021.
MacRae, Edith K., Ph.D., Professor of Anatomy,
Department of Anatomy, University of North
Carolina, Chapel Hill, North Carolina 27514.
Magath, Thomas Byrd, Ph.D.. M.D.,Emeritus P m
fessor, Clinical Pathology, University of Minnesota, Mayo Foundation, and Emeritus Senior
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Mayo Clinic, 200 First Street SW, Rochester,
Minnesota 55901.
Magoun, Horace W., Ph.D., (Excc. Com., ’53-’57;
Pres., ’63-’64), 427 25th Street, Santa Monica,
California 90402.
Magruder, Samuel R., Ph.D., Associate Professor
of Anatomy Emeritus, Tufts University School
of Medicine, Boston, Massachusetts. Route 4.
Box 177, Kevil, Kentucky 42053.
Maher, William P., D.D.S., Research Associate
i n Anatomy, Medical College of Wisconsin;
2476 N. Lefeber Avenue, Wauwatosa, Wisconsin
53213.
Maibenco, Helen Craig, Ph.D., Professor, Department of Anatomy, College of Medicine, University of Illinois, 1853 West Polk Street, Chicago,
Illinois 60612.
Maisel, Harry M. B., Ch.B., M.Sc., Professor of
Anatomy, Wayne State University School of
Medicine, 540 E. Canfield, Detroit, Michigan
48201.
Makita, Takashi, Pb.D., Assistant Professor of
Veterinary Anatomy, Department of Veterinaty
Anatomy, Yamaguchi University, Yamaguchi
City, Japan.
Malamed, Sasha, Ph.D., Associate Professor of
Anatomy, College of Medicine and Dentistry of
New Jersey, Rutgers Medical School, Piscataway, New Jersey 08854.
Malewitz, Thomas D., Ph.D., Associate Professor,
Department of Biology, Villanova University,
Vilknova, Pennsylvania 19085.
Maluf, Noble S. R., Ph.D., M.D., Ch.M., F.R.C.S.,
Visiting Director of Surgery, Appalachian
Regional Hospital, P. 0. Box 1149, Beckley,
West Virginia 25801.
Manasek, Francis J., D.M.D. Assistant Professor of
Anatomy, Harvard Medical School, Boston,
Mass., Research Associate in Pathology; Research Associate in Cardiology, Department of
Cardiology, 1225 “G”, The Children’s Hospital
Medical Center, 300 Longwood Avenue, Boston,
Mass. 021 15.
Mancini, Roberto E., M.D., Professor of Histology,
University of Buenos Aires Medical School,
Facultad de Ciencias Mkdicas, Paraguay 2155
Buenos Aires, RepPblica Argentina.
Manner, Harold W., Ph.D., Chairman, Department
of Biology, Loyola University of Chicago, 6525
North Sheridan Road , Chicago, Illinois 60626.
Manning, John P., Ph.D., Assistant Director of
Laboratories, Saint Barnabas Medical Center,
Old Short Hilkr Road, Livingston, New Jersey
07039.
Manning, John W.,Ph.D., Associate Professor
of Anatomy and Physiology, Department of
Physiology, Emory University, Atlanta, Georgia
30322.
Manocha, Sohan Lall, Ph.D., Associate Professor
of Neurohistochemistry, Yerkes Primate Research Center, Emory University, Atlanta,
Georgia 30322.
Manzoni, Antonio Francisco Radamks, Doctor e n
Medicina, Professor Anatomia, Facultad Medicina, Universidad Nacional del Litoral, Jefe de
Cirugia de Urgencia J Traumatologia. Hospital
Central Municipal de Rosario, Avenida Pelle-
161
grini 1946, Rosario, (Pcia Santa Ft!) Republica
Argentina.
Maraspin, Lyno E., Ph.D., Assistant Professor,
Department of Anatomy, Medical College of
Wisconsin, Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53233.
Marin-Padilla, Miguel, M.D., Associate Professor of
Pathology, Dartmouth Medical School, Hanover,
New Hampshire 03755.
Marks, Sandy C., Jr., D.D.S., Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Department of Anatomy, University of
Massachusetts Medical School, 419 Belmont
Street, Worcester, Massachusetts 01604.
Markwald, Roger R., Ph.D., Assistant Professor,
Department of Anatomy, School of Medicine,
Medical University of South Carolina, Charleston, South Carolina 29401.
Marovitz, William F., Ph.D., Assistant Professor
6f Anatomy in Otolaryngology, School of Medicine, Washington University, 724 South Euclid,
Saint Louis, Missouri 631 10.
Martan, Jan, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Department of Zoology, Southern IUinois University,
Carbondale, Illinois 62901.
Martin, Cecil P., M.A., M.B., D.Sc., Professor of
Anatomy Emeritus, McGiU University, Montreal,
Canada.
Martin, George F., Ph.D., Profcssor of Anatomy,
School of Medicine, The Ohio State University,
I645 Neil Avenue, Columbus, Ohio 43210.
Martin, James H., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of
Anatomy, Baylor University College of Dentistry,
800 Hall Street, Dallas, Texas 75226.
Martin, John, B.S., M.S.,,M.D.,Ph.D., R.F.D. no. 4,
Box 4, Clarinda, Iowa 51632.
Martinek, John J., Ph.D.. Assistant Professor,
Department of Anatomy, The Ohio State University College of Medicine, Columbus, Ohio 43210.
Martinez, Jr., I. Ricardo, M.D., Ph.D., Assistant
Clinical Professor of Dermatology and Anatomy,
Louisiana State University Medical Center, Department of Dermatology, Ochsner Clinic, New
Orleans. Louisiana 70121.
Marvin, Horace N., Ph.D., Professor of Anatomy
and Associate Dean, School of Medicine, University of Arkansas Medical Center, Little Rock,
Arkansas 72201.
Mask, Barbara R., Ph.D., Associate Professor of
Biology, Medgar Evers College of the City University of New York, 217 Midwood Street,
Brooklyn, New York 11225.
Mason, Karl E., Ph.D., D.Sc., (Exec. Com. ’52-56;
1st Vice Pres., ’62-’64; Pres., ’67-’68), Professor
Emeritus of Anatomy, University of Rochester;
Nutrition Program Director, NIAMDD (EP),
National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, Maryland 20014.
Massopust, L. C., B.S., M.S., Ph.D., Director, Division of Neurophysiology, Cleveland Psychiatric
Institute and Hospital, 1708 Aiken Avenue,
Cleveland. Ohio 44109
Masters, Edwin M., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of
Anatomy, Daniel Baugh Institute of Anatomy,
Jefferson Medical College, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19107.
Masurovsky, Edmund B., Ph.D., Department of
Anatomy, Albert Einstein College of Medicine,
1300 Morris Park Avenue, Bronx, New York
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10463.
Mathers, Lawrence H., Ph.D., Assistant Professor,
Department of Anatomy, Stanford School of
Medicine, Stanford, California 94305.
Matheson, G. Keith, Ph.D., Assistant Professor,
Department of Anatomy, Loyola University,
Stritch School of Medicine, Maywood, Illinois
60153.
Matthews, James L., Ph.D., Professor and Chairman, Department of Microscopic Anatomy,
Baylor University College of Dentistry; Professor and Chairman, Department of Anatomy,
Graduate Division, Baylor University Colkge of
Dentistry, 800 Hall Street, Dallas, Texas 75226.
Matthews, Murray A., Ph.D., Assistant Professor
of Anatomy, Louisiana State University MedG
cal Center, 1542 Tulane Avenue, New Orleans,
Louisiana 70112.
Matthews, Samuel A., Ph.D., Professor Emeritus
of Biology, Williams College, Williamstown,
Massachusetts 01267.
Matthies, Donald L.,Ph.D., Associate Professor of
Anatomy, Department of Anatomy, School of
Medicine, University of North Dakota, Grand
Forks, North Dakota 58201.
Matulionis, Daniel H., Ph.D., Assistant Professor
of Anatomy, School of Medicine, University of
Kentucky, Lexington, Kentucky 40506.
Matzke, Howard A., Ph.D., Professor and Chairman, Department of Anatomy, University of
Kansas Medical Center, Kansas City, Kansas
66103.
Mauer, Sidney I., Ph.D., 79 Paxwood Road, Delmar, New York 12054.
Maxwell, David S., Ph.D., Professor in Anatomy,
UCLA School of Medicine, University of California, Center f m Health Sciences, Los Angeks,
California 90024.
Mayberry, Harvey Edward, Ph.D., Instructor, Department of Anatomy, University of North Cur&
linu School of Medicine, Chapel Hill, North
Carolina 27515.
Maynard, Edith A., Ph.D., Adjunct Professor of
Biology, Biology Department, University of Oregon, Eugene. Oregon 97403.
Mayne, R., Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Department
of Anatomy, School of Medicine, University
of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pennslyvania
19104.
McAlpine, Richard J., Ph.D., M.D., Director, C a e
mac Medical Research Foundation; President,
St. Vincent Emergency Physicians, Inc., 8102
Oak Hill Drive, Indianapolis, Zndiana 46250.
McCafFerty, Robert E., B.S., M.S., Ph.D., Associate
Professor of Anatomy and Research Associate
in Obstetrics and Gynecology, Department of
Anatomy, Medical Center, West Virginia University, Mmgantown, West Virginia 26506.
McCallion, David J., Ph.D., Professor, Department
of Anatomy, Faculty of Medicine, McMastet
University, Hamilton 16, Ontario, Canada.
McCallister, Lawrence P., Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Department of Anatomy, The Milton s.
Hershey Medical Center, The Pennsylvania
State University, Hershey, Pennsylvania 17033.
McClendon, J. F., Ph.D., Emeritus Prof. of Physiology, Hahnemann Medical College, Route 1.
Box 393, Trooper Road, N o r r i s t m , Penn%r&
vania 19401.
McClung, J. Ross, Ph.D., Assistant Prcfessor, Dspartment of Anatomy, Louisiana State University Medical Center, New Orleans, Louisiana
70119.
McClure, Robert C., D.V.M., Ph.D., Professor, DI?partment of Veterinary Anatomy, School of
Veterinary Medicine, University of Missouri,
Columbia, Missouri 65201.
McClure, Theordore D., Ph.D., Associate Professo:c,
Department of Anatomical Sciences, University
of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center, P. 0. Box
26901, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73190.
McCrady, Edward, Jr., A.B., M.S., Ph.D.. LL.D.,
University of the South, Sewanee, Tennessee
37375.
McCreight, Charles E., Ph.D., Associate Professor
of Anatomy. Bowman Grar! School of Medicine
of wake -Forest Univeriity, Winston-Salem,
North Carolina 27103.
McCurdy. Nancy Miner, A.B., M.A., Ph.D., 32
Bonnie. Lane, Berkeley, California 94708.
McCuskey, Robert S., Ph.D., Associate Professclr
of Anatomy, Department of Anatomy, College
of Medicine, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio 45219.
McDonald, Donald M., M.D., Research Fellow,
Cardiovascular Research Institute, University of
Califm-nia, San Francisco, California 94122.
McDonald, Thomas F., Ph.D., Associate Professor
and Chairman, Department of Anatomy, Medical College of Georgia, Augusta, Georgia 30902.
McEnery, William B., Ph.D., Professor of Zoology,
Department of Biological Sciences, Mankato
State College. Mankato, Minnesota 56001.
McFadden, Kenneth D., Ph.D., Associate Professor
of Anatomy, Deparhnent of A n a t m y , Faculqy
of Medicine, University of Alberta, Edmonton 7.
Alberta Canada.
McFarland, Willard L.,Ph.D., Principal Investigator, Armed Forces Radiobiology Research Institute, National Naval Medical Center, Bethesda,
Maryland 20014.
McKanna, James A., Ph.D., Assistant Professor,
Department of Anatomy, State University of
New York, Upstate Medical Center, Syracuse
New York 13210.
McKelvy, Jeffrey F., Ph.D., Assistant Professor,
The University of Connecticut Health Center,
Department of Anatomy, Building No. 3, Farm.
ington Avenue, Farmington, Connecticut 06032
McKenna, Olivia C., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of
Physiology, Departments of Physiology and Rehabilitation Medicine, New York University
Medical Center, New York, New York 10016.
McKibben, John S., D.V.M., Ph.D., Associate Pro.
fessor, Department of Anatomy and Histology,
Auburn University, Auburn, Alabama 36830.
McKinney, Roscoe L., Ph.D., Professor in Anatomy,,
College of Medicine, Howard University, 1451
Channing Street, N. E. Washington, D. C. 20018.
McMasters, Robert E., M.D., Associate Professor,
Department of Medicine, Head, Division of
Neurosciences, The University of Texas Medical School a t San Antonio, 7703 Floyd Curl
Drive, San Antonio, Texas 78284.
McMillan, Donald B., Ph.D., Associate Professor
of Zoology, Department of Zoology, University
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3K7, Canada.
McMillan, Paul J., Ph.D., Associate Professor,
Department of Anatomy, School of Medicine,
Loma Linda University, Loma Linda, California
92354.
McMinn, Robert M. H., Ph.D., M.D., Professor of
Anatomy, Royal College of Surgeons, Lincoln’s
Inn Fields, London, WC2A 3PN, England.
McNair, John L., Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Department of Anatomy, University of Mississippi
School of Medicine, Jackson, Mississippi 39216.
McNamara, James A., Jr., D.D.S., Ph.D., Assistant
Professor, Department of Anatomy, and Member, Center for Human Growth and Development, The University of Michigan, Medical
Science 11, Ann Arbor, Michigan 48104.
McNary, Williams F., Jr., Ph.D., Associate Professor of Anatomy, School of Medicine, Boston University, 80 E. Concord Street, Boston, Massachu.
setts 02118.
McNaughton, Francis L., B.A., M.Sc., M.D.,
F.R.C.P. (C), Professor of Neurology, McGill
University, Montreal Neurological Institute,
3801 University Street, Montreal 2. Canada.
McNutt, C. Wallace, Ph.D., Professor, Department
of Anatomy, The University of Texas Health
Science Center at San Antonio, 7703 Floyd Curl
Drive, San Antonio, Texas 78284.
McNutt, N. Scott, M.D., 6423 Highbury Road,
Dayton, Ohio 45424.
McVay, C. B., M.D., Associate Professor in Anatomy, Clinical Professor in Surgery, School of
Medicine, State University of South Dakota,
Yankton Clinic, 400 Park Avenue, Yankton,
South Dakota 57078.
Meader, Ralph G., Ph.D., Deputy Director (Research Administration), Massachusetts General
Hospital, Boston, Massachusetts 021 14; T. H. 15
Emerson Place, Apartment 7K, Charles River
Park, Boston, Massachusetts 021 14.
Meader, Roland D., Ph.D., Associate Professor
of Anatomy, University of Nebraska College of
Medicine, 42nd and Dewey Avenue, Omaha, Nebraska 68105.
Mech, Karl F., B.S., M.D., Professor in Anatomy,
University of Maryland, 3350 Witkens Avenue,
Baltimore, Maryland 21229.
Mehler, William R., B.S., M.S., Ph.D., Associate
Professor, Adjunct, Department of Anatomy,
University of California, Sun Francisco;
N.A.S.A., Ames Research Center, Moffett Field,
California 94035.
Mehta, Hasmukh J., M.B.B.S., M.Sc. (Medical),
Chairman and Professor of Anatomy, St. John’s
Medical College, Sarjapur Road, Bangalore 34,
India.
Meineke, Howard A., B.A., M.S., Ph.D.. Associate
Professor of Anatomy, College of Medicine, University of Cincinnati, Eden and Bethesda Avenues, Cincinnati, Ohio 45219.
Meizel, Stanley, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Department of Human Anatomy, School of Medicine, University of California, Davis, California
95616.
Melampy, Robert M., Ph.D., Professor of Animal
Science, College of Agriculture, 11 Kildee Hall.
lowa State University, Ames, Iowa 50010.
Melton, Carlton Earl, Jr., Ph.D., Professor of R e
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AC-115, Federal Aviation Administration, Aeronautical Center, P. 0. Box 25082, O k l a h m a
City, Oklahoma 73125.
Melvin, Joan B., Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Department of Biological Sciences, Wellesley College,
Wellesley, Massachusetts 02181.
Mendelsohn, William, M.S., M.D., Emeritus Assistant Clinical Professor of Surgery, School of
Medicine, Yale University, 35 Fennbrook Drive,
Hamden, Connecticut 06514.
Meneke, Max G., M.D., Ph.D., Associate Professor
of Pathology and of Anatomy, University of Cincinnati Medical Center, Eden and Bethesdu
Ave., Cincinnati, Ohio 45229.
Menegaz-Bock, Renee M., Ph.D., Research Associate, Department of Anatomy, University of Chicago, 1025 East 57th Street, Chicago, lllimC
60637.
Menton, David N., Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Department of Anatomy, Washington University,
School of Medicine, St. Louis, Missouri 63110.
Merklin, Robert J., Ph.D., Associate Professor of
Anatomy, The Daniel Baugh Institute of Anatomy, Jefferson Hall, 1026 Locust Street, Room.
520, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19107.
Messier, Bernard H., Ph.D., Associate Professor,
Department of Anatomy, University of Montreal, C.P. 6128, Montreal, Canada.
Meszler, Richard M., Ph.D., Assistant Professor,
Department of Anatomy School of Dentistry,
University of Maryland, Baltimore, Maryland
21 201.
Metcalf, Isaac S. H., Ph.D., Professor of Anatomy
College of Medicine, Medical University of
South Carolina, Charleston, South Carolina
29401.
Metcalf, Norah F., M.B., B.S., Assistant in Instruction, Department of Anatomy, School of Medicine, The University of Iowa, lowa City, loioa
52240.
Metcalf, William K.,M.D., Professor of Anatomy,
Department of Anatomy, College of Medicine,
University of Iowa, Iowa City, lowa 52240.
Mettler, Fred. A., A.M., M.D., Ph.D., Sc.D., Professor of Anatomy, College of Physicians anti
Surgeons, Columbia University, 630 West 168th
St., New York City, New York 10032.
Metuzals, Janis, Ph.D., Professor of Histology, in
charge of the Laboratory of Electron Microscopy, Department of Anatomy. Faculty of Medicine, University of Ottawa, Ottawa, Canada.
Meyer, David B., Ph.D., Professor of Anatomy
and Director, Division of Medical Communication, School of Medicine, Department of Anatomy, School of Medicine, Wayne State University, 1400 Chrysler Freeway, Detroit, Michigan
48207.
Meyer, Hermann, D. V. M., Ph.D., Professor,
Veterinur-Anatomisches lnstitut der Universitat Zurich, Winterthurerstrasse 260, 8057
Zurich, Switzerland
Meyer, Roland K., Ph.D., Primate Research Center,
University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin
53706.
Miale, Irene L., Ph.D., 1600 South Bayshore Lane,
Miami, Florida 33133.
Michalski, Joseph V., Ph.D., Professor, Biology
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Spring, Maryland 20902.
Midlo, Charles, M.D., 2436 J e f f e r s o n Ave., N e w
Orleans, Louisiana 70115.
Miles, Meryl, B.S., M.S., Associate Professor of
Anatomy, University o f Wisconsin, Bardeen
Medical Laboratories, Madison, W i s c o n s i n
53706.
Miller, James A., Jr., Ph.D., D.Sc., Professor
Emeritus, Department o f Anatomy, T u l a n e University, 1430 T u l a n e Avenue, N e w Orleans,
Louisiana 70112.
Miller, Malcolm R., B.S., M.A., Ph.D., M.D., Professor of Anatomy, Department o f Anatomy,
University o f California, School of Medicine,
S a n Francisco, California 94122.
Miller, Richard A., B.A., M.S., Ph.D., Professor,
Department o f Anatomy, Albany Medical College, Albany, N e w Y o r k 12208.
Miller, Ruth A., A.B., M.A., Ph.D., Diplomatic
Center, 101 Seabreeze Blvd., Daytona Beach,
Florida 32018.
Miller, William A., B.D.S., M.S., Associate Professor, Department o f Oral Biology, School of
Dentistry, State University of N e w Y o r k , B u f falo, N e w Y o r k 14214.
Milhouse, Edward W., Jr., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Anatomy, Department o f Anatomy,
T h e Chicago Medical School, 2020 W e s t Ogden
Ave., Chicago, Illinois 60612.
Millhouse, 0.Eugene, Ph.D., Assistant Professor
of Anatomy and Neurology, College o f Medicine, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, U t a h
84112.
Minckler, Jeff, Ph.D., M.D., 46-220 Papago Circle,
Indian W e l l s , California 92260.
Misra, Brahmadutt D., M.B.B.S., M.S., Senior
Professor and Head, Department of Anatomv,
B. J . Medical College, Ahmedabad 16, Gujarat,
India.
Mitchell, J. Andrew, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of
Anatomy, School o f Medicine, W a y n e State University, Gordon H. Scott Hall, Detroit, Michigan
48201.
Mitchell, John T., Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Department o f Anatomy, Upstate Medical Center,
State University o f N e w Y o r k , Syracuse, N e w
Y o r k 13210.
Mitchell, Ormond G.,Ph.D., Chairman, Departm e n t o f Anatomy, N e w Y o r k University College
of Dentistry, 421 First Avenue, N e w Y o r k , N e w
Y o r k 10010.
Mitsui, Tadao, M.D., Ph.D., Professor of Anatomy, School o f Medicine, Keio University.
Shinjuku, Tokyo, japan.
Mizell, Sherwin, Ph.D., Associate Professor of
Anatomy, Department o f Anatomy and Physiology, Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana 47405.
Mizeres, Nicholas J., M.S., Ph.D., Professor, Department of Anatomy, W a y n e State University,
School of Medicine, 540 East Canfield, Detroit,
Michigan 48201.
Mizuhira. Vinci, M.D.. D.D.S.. Professor of Anatomy, Laboratory of. the Ceil Biology, Institute
f o r the Hard Tissue Research, School o f Medicine, T o k y o Medical and Dental University,
5-47, I-Chome, Y u s h i m a , Bunkyo-Ku, Tokyo,
Japan.
Mizuno, Noboru, M.D., Ph.D., Associate Professor
of Anatomy, Department o f Anatomy, Faculty
o f Medicine, Kyoto University, Kyoto, Japan.
Moffat, David J., M.B., Ch.B., Associate Professor,
Department o f Anatomy, University of l o u a
College o f Medicine, Iowa City, Iowa 52240.
Moffatt, Grace H.,Ph.D., Associate Professor cf
Physiology, School o f Medicine, T h e University
o f N e w Mexico, Albuquerque, N e w Mexico
871 06.
Moffett, Benjamin C., Ph.D., Professor, Departm e n t o f Orthodontics, School o f Dentistq1,
University o f W a s h i n g t o n , Seattle, W a s h i n g t o n 98105.
Mohn, Melvin Paul, Ph.D., Associate Professoy,
Department o f Anatomy, University o f Kansas
Medical Center, Rainbow and 3 9 t h Street,
Kansas City, Kansas 66103.
Molliver, Mark E., M.D., Assistant Professor, Dcpartment o f Anatomy, School of Medicine,
J o h n s Hopkins University, Baltimore, Ma'.
21205.
Monie, Ian W., M.B., Ch.B., M.D., Professor of
Anatomy and Embryology, Department o f Ancrt o m y , University o f California S a n Francisco,
S u n Francisco, California 94122.
Monroe, Barbara Granger, Ph.D., Professor of
Anatomy, School o f Medicine, University of
Southern California, 2025 Zonal Avenue, Los
Angeles, California 90033.
Monsen, Harry, Ph.D., Professor of Anatomy, Debpartment o f Anatomy, University o f Illinois
College o f Medicine, 1853 W . Polk Street, P. GI.
Box 6998, Chicago, Illinois 60680.
Montagna, William, Ph.D., Director, Oregon Re
gional Primate Research Center, 505 N . W .
185th Avenue, Beaverton, Oregon 97005.
Montagu, M. F. Ashley, Ph.D., Cherry Hill Road,
Princeton, N e w jersey 08540.
Montgomery, Royce L., Ph.D., Associate Professor
of Anatomy, School o f Medicine, University of
North Carolina, Chapel Hill, North Carolinu
27514.
Montemurro, Donald G., Ph.D., Associate Pro.
fessor, Department o f Anatomy, Health Sci.
ences Centre, University o f W e s t e r n Ontario,
London, Canada.
Moog, Florence, Ph.D., Professor of Zoology,
Department o f Biology, W a s h i n g t o n Univer.
sity, St. Louis, Missouri 63130.
Moore, Josephine C., Ph.D., Associate Professor,
Department o f Anatomy, School of Medicine,
University o f South Dakota, Vermillion, South
Dakota 57069.
Moore, Keith L., Ph.D., F.I.A.C., Professor and
Head, Department o f Anatomy, Faculties of
Medicine and Dentistry, T h e University of
Manitoba, W i n n i p e g 3, Canada.
Moore, Robert Y.,M.D., Ph.D., Professor of Anat.
omy and Neurology, T h e University o f Chicago
950 E. 5 9 t h St., Chicago, Illinois 60637.
Moore, Ward W.,Ph.D., Professor of Physiology
and Associate Dean for Basic Sciences, Indiana
University School of Medicine, Indianapolis, In.
diana 46202.
Moosman, Darvan A., M.S., M.D., Professor of'
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Anatomy, The University of Michigan Medical
School, Department o f Anatomy, T h e University
o f Michigan, Medical Science 11 Building, Ann
Arbor, Michigan 481 04.
Moreland, James E., Ph.D., Professor of Anatomy,
School of Medicine, Southern Illinois University, Carbondale, Illinois 62901.
Morehead, James R., Ph.D., Associate Professor of
Anatomy, Department of Anatomy, T u f t s University School of Medicine, 136 Hatrison Ave.,
Boston, Massachusetts 021 11.
Morest, D. Kent, M.D., Associate Professor of Anatomy, Department o f Anatomy, Harvard Medical
School, 25 Shattzick Street, Boston, Massachusetts 02115.
Morgan, Carl R., Ph.D., Professor of Anatomy,
Indiana University School o f Medicine, 11 00
W e s t Michigan Street, Indianapolis, lndiuna
46202.
Morgan, William W., Ph.D., Assistant Professor,
Department of Anatomy, T h e University of
Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio,
7703 Floyd Curl Drive, San Antonio, Texas
78284.
Morgane, P. J., Ph.D., Senior Scientist, Worcester
Foundation f o r Experimental Biology, 222 M a ple Avenue, Shrewsbury, Massachusetts 01 545.
Morison, Robert S., M.D., Professor of Science
and Society, Program on Science, Technology
and Society, 624 Clark Hall, Cornell University,
Ithaca, N e w Y o r k 14850.
Morris, David M., B.A., M.A., Ph.D., Biology Department, Augusta College, Augusta, Georgia
30904.
Morrison, Adrian R., Jr., D.V.M., Ph.D., Associate
Professor of Anatomy, Laboratories of Anato m y , Department o f Animal Biology, School
of Veterinary Medicine, University o f Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19104.
Mortensen, Otto A., M.D., (2nd Vice Pres., '60-'62),
Professor Emeritus of Anatomy, Medical
School, University of Wisconsin, 3201 Lake
Mendota Drive, Madison, Wisconsin 53705.
Morton, David E., M.D., Private Practice of Internal Medicine, Corwin Clinic, 2209 Seventh
Avenue, Pueblo, Colorado 81 003.
Morton, Thomas H., Ph.D., Chairman, Department of Biology, Niagara University, Box 21 5,
Niagara University, N e w Y o r k 14109.
Moscona, Arthur Aron, MSc., Ph.D., Professor
of Zoology, Department o f Biology, University
of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois 60637.
Moscovici, Mauricio, Ph.D., Professor of Anatomy, Instituto Biomgdico, Universidade Federal
Fluminense. Praia do Flamengo 180, Ap. 602,
Flamengo, Rio de Janeiro, GB., ZC-01.20.000
Brasil.
Moses, Harold L., M.D., Associate Professor and
Consultant, Department of Pathology and
Anatomy, Mayo Clinic and Foundation, Rochester, Minnesota 55901.
Moses, Montrose J., B.S., A.M., Ph.D., Professor,
Department of Anatomy, Duke University
School of Medicine, Durham, North Carolina
27710.
Moskowitz, Norman, Ph.D., Associate Professor
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of Anatomy, J e f f e r s o n Medical College, 1020
Locust Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
191 07.
Moss, Melvin L., A.B., D.D.S., Ph.D., Professor of
Anatomy, College o f Physicians and Surgeons,
Columbia University, 630 W . 168 Street, N e w
Y o r k , N e w Y o r k 10032.
Mossman, Harland W., Ph.D., (Exec. Com. '51'55), Emeritus Professor of Anatomy, Bardeen
Medical Laboratories, University o f Wisconsin,
Madison, W i s c o n s i n 53706.
Motta, Pietro M., Prof. Dr., M.D., Ph.D., Instituto
di Anatomia U m a n a Normale, Facolta di Medicina e Chirurgia dell'universita di Roma, V. le
Regina Elena, 289, 00161 R o m a , Italy.
Mouren-Mathieu, Anne-Marie, M.D., Ph.D., Associate Professor, Department of Physiology,
Faculty o f Medicine, University o f Montreal,
Montreal 101, Quebec, Canada.
Muir, Alan R., M.D., Professor of Anatomy, Royal
( D i c k ) School o f Veterinary Studies, University
o f Edinburgh, Edinburgh 9, Scotland.
Muller, Tobie, M.B., Ch.B., Professor and Head,
Department o f Anatomy, B .M. W.-building,
University o f Pretoria, Pretoria, Republic of
South Africa.
Mundell, Robert D., Ph.D., Professor and Head,
Department of Anatomy, School o f Dental
Medicine, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh,
Pennsylvania 15261.
Munger, Bryce L., M.D., Professor and Chairman, Department of Anatomy, T h e PennsyZvania State University, College o f Medicine,
T h e Milton S. Hershey Medical Center, 500
University Drive, Hetshey, Pennsylvania 3 7033.
Munkacsi, Istvan, M.D., Ph.D., Associate Professor, Department o f Anatomy, University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canadu.
Murphy, Robert Carl, Ph.D., Center f o r Medical
Education, Holmstedt Hall, Indiana State University, T e n e Haute, Indiana 47809.
Murray, I . MacKay, M.D., Professor of Anatomy,
School o f Medicine, State University o f N e w
Y o r k , Downstate Medical Center, 450 Clarkson
Avenue, Brooklyn, N e w Y o r k 11203.
Murray, Margaret Ransone, A.B., M.S., Ph.D.,
Professor of Anatomy, Columbia University,
College o f Physicians and Surgeons, 630 W e s t
168th Street, N e w Y o r k , N e w Y o r k 10032.
Murray, Marion, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, T h e
University o f Chicago, Chicago, Illinois 60637.
Murray, Raymond G., B.S., Ph.D., Professor of
Anatomy, Department o f Anatomy and Physiology, Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana 47401.
Murrell, Leonard R., Ph.D., Associate Professor
of Anatomy, Department o f Anatomy, University o f Tennessee Medical Units, 62 South
Dunlap Sheet, Memphis, Tennessee 38103.
Myers, Hugh I., Ph.D., On health leave, Professor
of Biology, Parsons College, Route 3, Box 198,
Fairfield, Iowa 52556.
Myers, J. Arthur, M.S., Ph.D., M.D., Professor of
Preventive iMedicine and Chief of Chest Clinic,
University o f Minnesota Medical School, Minneapolis, Minnesota 55455.
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Myers, Ronald E., Ph.D., Chief, Laboratory o f
Perinatal Physiology, National Institute o f
Neurological Diseases and Stroke, National Znstitutes of Health, A u b u r n Building, Room 106,
Bethesda, Maryland 20014.
Nace, George William, B.A., M.A., Ph.D., PIV
fessor of Zoology, Department o f Zoology, Natural Science Building, The University o f Michigan, A n n Arbor, Michigan 48104.
Nace, Paul F., Ph.D., 5 Bowditch Road, W o o d s
Hole, Massachusetts 02543.
Nachmias, Vivianne T., M.A., M.D., Assistant
Professor of Biology, Haverford College, Haverford, Pennsylvania 19041.
Nadler, Norman J., M.D., Ph.D., Associate Professor, Department o f Anatomy, McGill University, Montreal, Quebec, Canada.
Nagy, Frank, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Departm e n t of Anatomy, Albany Medical College o f
Union University, Albany, N e w Y o r k 12208.
Naik, Damodhar V., Ph.D., Assistant Professor,
Department o f Anatomy, Faculty o f Medicine,
University of Sherbrooke, Sherbrooke, P.Que.,
Canada.
Nakajima, Yasuko, M.D., Ph.D., Associate Professor, Department of Biological Sciences, Purdue University, Lafayette, Indiana 47907.
Nakane, Paul K., Ph.D., Associate Professor of
Pathology, Department o f Pathology, University of Colorado Medical Center, Denver,
Colorado 80220.
Nalbandov, Andrew V., B.S., Ph.D., Professor,
Animal Physiology, 1I 1 Animal Genetics, University of Illinois, Urbana, Zllinois 61801.
Nameroff, Mark A., M.D., Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Department of Biological Structure,
School o f Medicine, University o f W a s h i n g t o n ,
Seattle, W a s h i n g t o n 98195.
Nandy, Kalidas, M.D., Ph.D., Associate Professor
of Anatomy, Emory University School of Medicine, Atlanta, Georgia 30322.
Napolitano, Leonard M., Ph.D., Professor of
Anatomy, T h e University of N e w Mexico School
of Medicine, Albuquerque, N e w Mexico 87131.
Narayanan, C. H., Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Department of Anatomy, School o f Medicine,
Louisiana State University, N e w Orleans,
Louisiana 70112.
Narbaitz, Roberto, M.D., Professor, Department of
Histology and Embryology, Faculty of Medicine,
University o f Ottawa, Ottawa, Ontario, K I N
6 N 5 , Canada.
Nathan, Helmuth, M.D., Emeritus Professor of
Surgery, Anatomy and History of Medicine,
Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Y e s h i v a
University, N e w Y o r k , 1300 Morris Park Aven u e , Bronx, N e w Y o r k 10461.
Nathan, Hilel., M.D., Professor and Chairman,
Department o f A n a t o m y and Anthropology,
School of Medicine, University o f Tel-Aviv,
Tel-Aviv, Israel.
Nathaniel, Doris R., M.D., M.S., Assistant Professor, Department o f Anatomy, School of
Medicine, University o f Manitoba, W i n n i p e g ,
Manitoba, Canada.
Nathaniel, Edward J. H.,M.D., Ph.D., Associate
Professor of Anatomy, School o f Medicine,
University of Manitoba, 750 Bannatyne A v e n u e , W i n n i p e g 3, Manitoba, Canada.
Nauta, Walle J. H., M.D., Ph.D. (Exec. Corn.,
’72-’76), Professor, Department o f Psychology,
Massachusetts Znstitute of Technology, C a m bridge, Massachusetts 02139.
Nayyar, Rajinder P., Ph.D., Assistant Professox
of Anatomy and Neurology, Northwestern
Medical School; Veterans Administration Re.
search Hospital, 333 Huron E., Chicago, Illinois 6061 l ,
Negus, Norman C., Ph.D., Professor, Department
of Biology, University of U t a h Salt Lake City,
U t a h 841 12.
Nellor, John E., Ph.D., Assistant Vice President,
Office o f Research Development, 238 Administration Building, Michigan State University,
East Lansing, Michigan 48823.
Nelson, Edward M., Ph.D., Professor of Anatomy,
Division of Medicine and Surgery, Academy o f
Health Sciences, U.S.A., Fort S a m Houston,
T e x a s 78234.
Nelson, Marita L., Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Department of Anatomy, Schools o f MedicineDentistry, Georgetown University, W a s h i n g t o n ,
D. C. 20007.
Nemeth, Andrew M.,M.D., Professor of Anatomy,
Medical School, University o f Pennsylvania,
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19104.
Nemirovsky, Mario S., M.D., Assistant Professor,
Department o f Anatomy, School o f Medicine,
University of Sherbrooke, Sherbrooke, Quebec,
Canada.
Neutra, Marian R., Ph.D., Department o f Anato m y , Harvard Medical School, 25 Shattuck
Street, Boston, Massachusetts 02115.
Newhall, Chester A., M.D., Professor Emeritus of
Anatomy, University of Vermont College of
Medicine, 72 Colchester Avenue, Burlington,
V e r m o n t 05401.
Newman, Bertha L., B.S.,M.A., Ph.D., Associate
Professor, Department o f Anatomy, University
o f Southern California Medical School, 2025
Zonal Avenue, Los Angeles, California 90033.
Nicol, Thomas, M.D., D.Sc., F.R.C.S., F.R.C.S.E.,
F.R.S.E.,Professor of Anatomy, University of
London, King’s College, Department o f Anato m y , King’s College, Strand, London, W . C. 2,
England.
Nicolls, Ken E., Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Department o f A n a t o m y , School o f Medicine, University o f North Dakota, Grand Forks, North
Dakota 58201.
Nieder, Philip C., Ph.D., 360 Clinton Street, Brooklyn, N e w Y o r k 11231.
Nielson, Paul E., M.S., Ph.D., Presbyterian-St.
Luke’s Hospital, 1753 W e s t Congress Parkway,
Chicago, Zllinois 60612.
Nigrelli, Ross F., Ph.D., Director, N e w Y o r k
Aquarium and Osborn Laboratories o f Marine
Sciences, Boardwalk and W e s t 8 t h Street,
Brooklyn, N e w Y o r k I 1 224.
Niimi, Kahee, M.D., Professor of Anatomy,
School of Medicine, Okayama University, 164
Oka, Okayama City, japan.
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Nikitovitch-Winer, Miroslava B., Ph.D., Professor
of Anatomy, School o f Medicine, University of
Kentucky Medical Center, Lexington, Kentucky
40506.
Nishimura, Hideo, M.D., D.M.Sc., Professor of
Anatomy, Kyoto University, Kyoto, Japan,
Department of Anatomy, Kyoto University,
Sakyo-ku, Kyoto, japan.
Niu, Mann Chiang, Ph.D., Professor of Biology,
Temple University, Philadelphia; 7950 Montgomery Avenue, Elkins Park, Pennsylvania
19117.
Noback, Charles R., Ph.D., Professor of Anatomy,
College o f Physicians and Surgeons, Columbia
University, 630 W e s t 168th Street, N e w Y o r k ,
N e w Y o r k 10032.
Noer, Rudolf J., M.D., Professor of Surgery, Department o f Surgery, College o f Medicine, University o f South Florida, T a m p a , Florida 33620.
Norman, Reid L., Ph.D., Assistant Scientist,
Oregon Regional Primate Research Center, 505
N.W. 185th Avenue, Beaverton, Oregon 97005,
Assistant Professor of Anatomy, University of
Oregon Medical School, Portland, Oregon
97201.
Norman, Wesley P., Ph.D., Assistant Professor
of Anatomy, Georgetown University School
of Medicine, 3900 Reservoir Road, N.W.,
Washington, D.C. 20007.
Normandin, Diane K., Ph.D., Assistant Professor
Department o f Biological Structure, University
of Illinois College o f Veterinary Medicine, 337
Veterinary Medicine, Urbana, Illinois 61801.
Norris, John Langdon, M.D., Department of
Anatomy, Meharry Medical College, Nashville,
Tennessee 37208.
Northcutt, R. Glenn, Ph.D., Associate Professor of
Zoology, University o f Michigan, A n n Arbor,
Michigan 481 04.
Norton, Thomas T., Ph.D., Assistant Professor,
Department of Psychology Duke University,
Durham, North Carolina 27706.
Norvell, John E., 111, Ph.D., Associate Professor,
Department of Anatomy, Medical College o f
Virginia, Health Sciences Division, Virginia
Commonwealth University, Richmond, Virginia 23219.
Noyan, Fazil, M.D., Y a k i n Dogu Dis Hekimligi,
Ozel Y u k s e k Okulu, Izmir, Turkey.
Nusser, Wilford Lee, Ph.D., Health Scientist Administrator, NIAMD-EP, National Institutes
of Health, 14131 Chesterfield Road, Rockville,
Maryland 20853.
Nylen, Marie U., D.D.S., Chief, Laboratory of
Biological Structure, National Institute of
Dental Research, National Institutes o f Health,
Bethesda, Maryland 2001 4.
Oberpriller, Jean C., Ph.D., Assistant Professor,
Department of Anatomy, University of North
Dakota, Grand Forks, North Dakota 58201.
Oberpriller, John O., Ph.D., Assistant Professor,
Department of Anatomy, University o f North
Dakota, Grand Forks, North Dakota 58201.
O'Connell, Alice L., M.Ed., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Physiology, Boston University, Sargent College, University Road, Boston, Massachusetts 02215.
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Odiorne, Joseph M., Ph.D., 38 Peaty Drive, Brunsw i c k , Maine 04011.
Odor, D. Louise, Ph.D., Associate Professor of
Anatomy, Medical College o f Virginia, Virginia
Commonwealth University, Richmond, Virginia 23219.
Oelrich, Thomas M., A.B., M.S., Ph.D., Associate
Professor of Anatomy, The University of Michigan Medical School, and Research Associate,
Museum of Paleontology, Department o f Anato m y , T h e University o f Michigan, Medical
Sczence II Building, Ann Arbor, Michigan
481 04.
Ogawa, Kazuo, M.D., Ph.D., Professor, Departm e n t of Anatomy, Kansai Medical School,
1 Fumizonocho, Moriguchi, Osaka, Japan.
OHare, Karen Hitchcock, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Department o f Anatomy, T u f t s University School o f Medicine, Boston, Massachusetts
02111.
Ohta, Yoshikuni, D.D.S., Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Department of Anatomy, Osaka Dental
College. 1 -chome Kyobashi, Higashi-ku, Osaka,
Japan.
O'Leary, James L., Ph.D., M.D., Professor and
Head, Department of Neurology, School of
Medicine, W a s h i n g t o n University, 660 S.
Euclid Avenue, St. Louis, Missouri 63110.
Oliveros, Nenita Lusung, M.D., Assistant Professor, Department o f Anatomy, College o f Medicine, Manila Central University, Caloocan
City, Republic of t h e Philippines.
Olkowski, Zbigniew L., M.D., D.Sc., Assistant Professor of Radiology/Radiobiology, Emory University School o f Medicine, Department of
Radiation Therapy, Robert W i n s h i p Memorial
Clinic, 1365 Clifton Road N.E., Atlanta, Georgia
30322.
Ollerich, Dwayne A., Ph.D., Professor and Chairman, Department o f Anatomy, School o f Medicine, University of North Dakota, Grand Forks,
North Dakota 58201.
Olsen, Marlow William, B.S., M.S., Ph.D., Physiologist, Bureau o f Animal Industry, U . S. Department o f Agriculture, Beltsville, Maryland
20705.
Olson, William H., M.D., Department of Anatomy,
Vanderbilt University. School of Medicine,
Nashville, Tennessee 37232.
OMorchoe, Charles C.C., M.D., Ph.D., Professor,
Department o f Anatomy, School of Medicine,
University o f Maryland, 29 South Greene Street,
Baltimore, Maryland 21201.
Opel, Howard L., B.S., M.S., Ph.D., Research
Physiologist, Animal Husbandry Research Division, U.S.D.A., Box 65. Beltsville, Maryland
20705.
Oppenheimer, Jane M., B.A., Ph.D., Professor,
Department of Biology, Bryn Mawr College,
Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania 19010.
O'Rahilly, Ronan, M.D., Scott Hall, W a y n e State
University, 540 East Canfield Avenue, Detroit,
Michigan 48201.
Ordy, J. Mark, Ph.D., Neurosciences, Dept. of
Psychology, Northern Illinois University, DeKalb, Illinois 60115.
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Orgenbin-Crist, Marie-Claire, Ph.D., Instructor,
Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Vanderbilt University School of Medicine, Nashville, Tennessee 37203.
Orlic, Donald, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Department of Anatomy, New York Medical College,
106th Street a t 5th Avenue, New York, New
York 10029.
Om, Mary F., Associate Professor, Department of
Anatomy, Medical School, Northwestern University, 303 E. Chicago Avenue, Chicago, Illinois
60611.
Osinchak, Joseph, Ph.D., Associate Professor of
Biology, The City College of New York, 139th
Street and Convent Avenue, New York, New
York 10031.
Orsini, Margaret Ward, Ph.D., Associate Professor
of Anatomy, 448 Bardeen Laboratories, The University of Wisconsin Medical School, 1255
Linden Drive, Madison, Wisconsin 53706.
Ortman, Robert A., Ph.D., Associate Professor
of Biology, City College of City University of
New York, Convent Avenue a t 139th Street,
New York, New York 10031.
Osborn, Clinton M., B.A., M.A., Ph.D., Professor
and Chairman, Department of Biology, State
University of New York a t Buffalo, 3435 Main
Street, Buffalo, New York 14214.
Osmond, Dennis Gordon, M.B., Ch.B., B.Sc.,
M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P., Professor, Department of
Anatomy, McGilZ University, Montreal, Quebec, Canada.
O'Steen, W. Keith, Ph.D., Professor of Anatomy,
School of Medicine, Emory University, Atlanta,
Georgia 30322.
Outzen, Henry C., Ph.D., Research Associate, Institute for Cancer Research, 7701 Burholme
Avenue, Fox Chase, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
19111.
Overholser, Milton D., Ph.D., M.D., Emeritus
Professor of Anatomy, Department of Anatomy,
School of Medicine, University of Missouri,
Columbia, Missouri 65201.
Overton, Jane, Ph.D., Professor of Biology, Whitman Laboratory, University of Chicago, 915
East 57th Street, Chicago, Illinois 60637.
Owers, Noel O., Ph.D., Associate Professor, Department of Anatomy, Medical College of
Virginia, Health Sciences Division, Virginia
Commonwealth University, Richmond, Virginia
23219.
Oxnard, Charles E., B.Sc., M.B., Ch.B., Ph.D.,
Professor of Anatomy, Anthropology and Evolutionary Biology, Pritzker School of Medicine,
The University of Chicago, 1025 East 57th St.,
Chicago, Illinois 60637.
Pace, Joseph Leslie, M.D., B.Pharm., Ph.D., Professor & Head, Department of Anatomy, Royal
University of Malta, Malta.
Padawer, Jacques, Ph.D., Professor of Anatomy,
Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Yeshiva
University, 1300 Morris Park Avenue, New
York, N. Y. 10461.
Padykula, Helen A., Ph.D., (Exec. Com., '73-'77),
Professor, Department of Biological Sciences,
Wellesley College, Wellesley, Massachusetts
02181.
Paff, George H., Ph.D., Professor of Anatomy,
University of Miami School of Medicine, P. 0.
Box 875, Biscayne Annex, Miami, Florid1
33152.
Pakkenberg, Henning, M.D., Assistant Director,
Department of Neurology, Kommunehospitalel;
DK 1399 Copenhagen K. Denmark.
Pakurar, Alice Swopc, Ph.D., Assistant Professor,
Department of Anatomy, Medzcal College o f
Virginia, Richmond, Va. 23298.
Palade, George Emil, M.D., (Exec. Com., '64-'68),
Professor, The Rockefeller University, Yorlc
Avenue and 66th Street, New York, New YOTIK
IOG21.
Palay, Sanford L., M.D., (Exec. Com., '70-'74),
Professor of Neuroanatomy, Department of
Anatomy, Harvard Medical School, Boston,
Massachusetts 021 15.
Pandya, Deepak N., M.D., Lecturer i n Neuropathology, Harvard Neurological Unit, Boston City Hospital, Boston, Massachusetts
021 18.
Pankratz, David Schultz, Ph.D., M.D., Lecturer
in Psychiatry, University of Tennessee Schooll
of Medicine; Staff Psychiatrist, Tennessee Psy.
chiatric Hospital and Institute, 5171 Mason!
Road, Memphis, Tennessee 38117.
Pansky, Ben, Ph.D., M.D., Professor of Anatomy,
Medical College of Ohio, Toledo, Ohio 43614
2809 Manchester Boulevard, Toledo, Ohio 43606
Paparo, Anthony, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, De.
partment of Zoology, Southern Illinois University, School of Medicine, Carbondale, Illinois
62901.
Papka, Raymond E., Ph.D., Assistant Professor,
Department of Anatomy, School of Medicine,
University of Kentucky, Lexington, Kentucky
40506.
Pappas, George D., Ph.D., Professor of Anatomy,
Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Eastchester Road and Morris Park Avenue, Bronx, New
York 10461.
Parakkal, Paul F., Ph.D., Department of Electron Microscopy, Oregon Regional Primate
Research Center, Beaverton, Oregon 97005.
Parent, Andr6, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Laboratoires de Neurobiologie, Dipartement d'Anatomie, Facult4 de MBdecine, UniversiG Laval,
Quebec (IOe), Canada.
Parke, Wesley W., Ph.D., Associate Professor of
Anatomy, The Daniel Baugh Institute of Anatomy, The Jefferson Medical College, Eleventh
a n d Locust Streets, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
19107.
Parker, Raymond C., Ph.D., D.Sc., Professor of
Experimental Cytology, School of Hygiene, and
Research Member, Connaught Medical Research Laboratories, University of Toronto,
Toronto, Canada.
Parks, Harold F., Ph.D., Professor and Chairman,
Department of Anatomy, Medical Center, University of Kentucky, Lexington, Kentucky
40506.
Parnell, Jerome Patrick, B.S., M.S., Ph.D., State
University of New York College of Medicine,
450 Clarkson Ave., Brooklyn, New York 11203.
Parshley, Mary Steams, A.B., M.A., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Anatomy, Department of
Surgery, College of Physicians a i d Surgeons,
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Columbia University, 630 West 168th St., New
York, New York 10032.
Patanelli, Dolores J., Ph.D., Biologist, National Institutes of Health, Center for Population Research, Bethesda, Maryland 20014 - 8324 Raymond Lane, Potomac, Maryland 20854.
Patek, Paul R., Ph.D., Professor of Anatomy and
Chairman of the Department, School of Medicine, University of Southern California, 2025
Zonal Avenue, Los Angeles, California 90033.
Paule, W. J., B.S., M.S., Ph.D., Associate Professor, Department of Anatomy, School of
Medicine, University of Southern California,
Los Angeles, California 90033.
Pauly, John E., Ph.D. (Sec.-Treas., '72-'76), Professor of Anatomy and Head, Department of
Anatomy, University of Arkansas Medical
Center, Little Rock, Arkansas 72201.
Peach, Roy, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Oral
Biology and Assistant Professor of Anatomy,
Dental Research Center, University of North
Carolina, Chapel Hill, North Carolina 27514.
Peacock, John H., Ph.D., M.D., Research Associate, National lnstitutes of Health, NICHHD,
Behavioral Biology, Bldg. 36, Rm. B308, Bethesda, Maryland 2001 4.
Pearce, Thomas L., Ph.D., Department of Biology,
Colgate University, Hamilton, New York 13346.
Pearson, Anthony A., M.A., Ph.D., (Exec. Com.,
'66-'70), Professor Emeritus of Anatomy, University of Oregon Medical School, Portland,
Oregon 97201.
Pease, Daniel C., A.B., M.S., Ph.D., (Exec. Com.,
'61-'65), Professor, Department of Anatomy,
University of California a t Los Angeles, Los
Angeles, California 90024.
Peck, David, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Anatomy, School of Medicine, University of Kentucky, Lexington, Kentucky 40506.
Peck, Harold M., M.Sc., M.D., Senior Director of
Safety Assessment, Merck Sharp G Dohme Research Laboratories, West Point, Pennsylvania
19486.
Pedersen, Herbert Eugene, A.B., M.D., Instructor
in Surgery, Wayne University College of Medicine, 381 5 Pelham, Dearborn, Michigan 48124.
Peele, Talmage L., M.D., Profcssor of Anatomy,
Associate Professor of Neurology, Assistant
Professor of Pediatrics, School of Medicine,
Duke University, Durham, North Carolina
2771 0.
Peirce, E. Converse, 11, M.D., Mount Sinai Hospital, Department of Surgery (Atran 726), 100th
Street G 5th Avenue, New York, New York
10029.
Penney, David P., Ph.D., Associate Professor,
Department of Anatomy, University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry, Rochester, New York 14620.
Pepe, Frank A., Ph.D., Professor of Anatomy, De.
partment of Anatomy, Medical School, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pennsyb
vania 19104.
PepFler, Richard D., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of
Anatomy and Obstetrics and Gynecology, School
of Medicine, Louisiana State University, 1542
Tulane Avenue, New Orleans, Louisiana 70112.
Perkins, Lois C., B.S., M.A., Ph.D., Assistant Pro-
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fessor, Department of Anatomy, lndiana UnG
versity School of Medicine, Indianapolis, lndiana 46207.
Perry, John Harold, Ph.D., Professor, Department
of Anatomy, Baylor University College of Me&
icine, 1200 M. D. Anderson Blvd., Houston,
Texas 77025.
Perryman, James H., Ph.D., Professor and Research Director of Occlusion, College of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey, New Jersey
Dental School, 201 Cornelison Avenue, Jersey
City, New Jersey 07304.
Persaud, Trivedi V. N., M.D., Ph.D., Associate
Professor of Anatomy, Department of Anatomy,
Medical College, University of Manitoba, 750
Bannatyne Avenue, Winnipeg 3, Canada.
Pesetsky, Irwin, Ph.D., Associate Professor of
Anatomy, Department of Anatomy, Albert Einstein College of Medicine, 1300 Morris Park
Avenue, Bronx, New York 10461.
Peters, Alan, Ph.D., Chairman and Waterhouse
Professor of Anatomy, Department of Anatomy, Boston University School of Medicine,
15 Stoughton Street, Boston, Massachusetts
02118.
Petersen, Kyle W., Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Department of Anatomy, University of Maryland
School of Medicine, 29 South Greene Street,
Baltimore, Maryland 21201.
Peterson, R. Price, Ph.D., Associate Professor
of Anatomy, Department of Anatomy, School of
Medicine, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19104.
Peterson, Richard G.,Ph.D., Assistant Professor
of Neurobiology, School of Medicine, University
of Texas a t Houston, Texas Medical Center,
Houston, Texas 77025.
Peterson, Roy R., Ph.D., Professor of Anatomy,
School of Medicine, Washington University,
660 South Euclid Avenue, St. Louis, Missouri
63110.
Petrali, John P. Ph.D., Electron Microscopy Section, Basic Medical Sciences Department, Medical Research Laboratory, Edgewood Arsenal,
Maryland 21010.
Petras, J. M.,Ph.D., Department of Neurophysiology, Walter Reed Army Institute of Research, Washington, D.C. 20012.
Petrusz, Peter, M.D., Assistant Professor Department of Anatomy, School of Medicine, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, North
Carolina 27514.
Pettersen, James Clark, Ph.D., Associate Professor
of Anatomy, 346 Bardeen Medical Laboratories,
University of Wisconsin Medical School, Madison, Wisconsin 53706.
Pfaff, Donald W., Ph.D., Associate Professor, The
Rockefeller University, York G 66th, New York,
N. Y. 10021.
Pfeiffer, Carroll A., Ph.D., Professor, Department
of Anatomy, School of Medicine, University
of Puerto Rico, San Juan, Puerto Rico 00905.
Phelps, Creighton H., Ph.D., Assistant Professor,
Department of Anatomy, University of Connecticut Health Center, Farmington, Connecticut 06032.
Phillips, Joy B., Ph.D., Professor and Chairman,
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Department o f Zoology, Drew University, Madison, N e w Jersey 07940.
Phillips, Steven Jones, MS., M.D., Associate
Professor of Anatomy, T e m p l e University
School o f Medicine, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
19140.
Philpott, Charles William, B.A., M.S., Ph.D.,
Assistant Professor of Biology, Department of
Biology, William. Marsh Rice University, Houst o n , T e x a s 77001.
Phoenix, Charles H., B.A., M.A., Ph.D., Associate Director for Scientific Affairs, Oregon Regional Primate Research Center, 505 N . W .
185th Avenue, Beaverton, Oregon 97006.
Piatt, Jean, B.S., M.A., Ph.D., Professor of Anatomy, School o f Medicine, University o f Peniasylvania, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19104.
Piavis, George Walter, A.B., M.Ed., Ph.D., Professor of Anatomy, School of Dentistry, University o f Maryland, Baltimore, Maryland
21 201.
Pickford, Grace E., Ph.D., Professor Emeritus of
Biology, Yale University, and Scientist i n Residence, Department o f Biology, Hiram College,
Hiram, Ohio 44234.
Pietsch, Paul Andrew, Ph.D., Associate Professor,
Division of Optometry, Indiana University,
800 Atwater Street, Bloomington, Indiana 47401.
Pilgrim, H. Ira, Ph.D., 2251 Blackfield Drive, Concord, California 94520.
Piliero, Sam J., Ph.D., Professor and Chairman
of Histology, N e w Y o r k University College of
Dentistry, 342 East 2 6 t h Street, N e w Y o r k ,
N e w Y o r k 10010.
Pineda, Anselmo R., M.D., Assistant Professor of
Anatomy, School of Medicine, University of
California, Los Angeles, 6226 East Spring
Street, Long Beach, California 90815.
Pinkstaff, Carlin A., Ph.D., Associate Professor,
Department o f Anatomy, W e s t Virginia University Medical Center, Morgantown, W e s t
Virginia 26506.
Pinner-Poole, Betty, B., Ph.D., Assistant, Mount
Sinai School of Medicine of the City of New
York, 333 East 3 0 t h Street, A p t ZOC, N e w Y o r k ,
N . Y . 1001 6.
Pinter, Aelita J., Ph.D., Associate Professor of
Biological Sciences, Department of Biological
Sciences, Louisiana State University in N e w
Orleans, N e w Orleans, Louisiana 70122.
Pirro, Antonio F., L.D., L.D., O.R.L., M.C., Director Departamento Anatomia, Facultad de
Medicina, Universidad de Panama, Apartado
6688, Panamd Reptiblica de Panamd.
Pitel, Martha, R.N., Ph.D., Director, American
Nurses’ Foundation, 10 Columbus Circle, N e w
Y o r k , N e w Y o r k 10019.
Pitkin, Winifred Mercer, B.A., B.M., B.Ch., M.A.,
M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P., M.D., Assistant Professor
of Anatomy, Western Reserve University, 100
East Palisade Avenue, Englewood, N e w Jersey
07631.
Plagge, James C., Ph.D., Professor of Anatomy,
Assistant Dean for International Affairs, School
o f Basic Medical Sciences at t h e Medical
Center, University o f Illinois College of Medicine. P . 0. Box 6998. Chicaao. Illinois 60680.
Pliske,’ Edward C., Ph.b., Professor of Anatomy,
The University of Michigan Medical School,
Department of Anatomy, The University of
Michigan, Medical Science II Building, Ann
Arbor, Michigan 481 04.
Poirier, Louis J., M.D., Ph.D., Professeur de neurologie expbrimentale. Directeur (Chairman) du
Ddpartement d‘anatomie, Facultd de mddecine,
Universitd Laval, QuCbec ( l o ) , P.Q., Canada.
Polinger, Iris S . , Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Department o f Histology, College o f Dentistry,
N e w Y o l k University, N e w Y o r k , N e w Y o r k
10010.
Polley, Edward H., Ph.D., Professor of Anatomy,
College o f Medicine, University of Illinois, 1853
W e s t Polk Street, Chicago, Illinois 60612.
Pollitzer, William Sprott, A.B., M.A., Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Department o f Anatomy,
School of Medicine, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, North Carolina 2751 5.
Pomerat, Gerard Roland, Ph.D., 1360 Jones Street,
S a n Francisco, California 941 09.
Porter, Keith R., Ph.D., Dept. Molecular, Cellular
G Developmental Biology, Bioscience Bldg.,
U . o f Colorado, Boulder, Colorado 80302.
Porter, Robert W., M.D., Ph.D., Professor of Surgery (Neurological), University of California,
Irvine, 5901 E. 7 t h Street, Long Beach, California 90801.
Potter, H. David, Ph.D., Associate Professor of
Anatomy, Department of Anatomy G Physiology, Indiana University, Myers Hall, Bloomington, Indiana 47401.
Powell, Ervin William, A.B., M.S., Ph.D., Professor of Anatomy, Department o f Anatomy, University o f Arkansas School o f Medicine, Little
Rock, Arkansas 72201.
Prasad, M. R. N., M.Sc., Ph.D., (Mysore), Ph.D.
(Wisconsin), Professor of Zoology, Physiology
o f Reproduction W i n g , Department o f Zoology, University o f Delhi, Delhi 7, India.
Pratt, Jean Paul, M.D., 2608 N.E. 2 t s t Court, F t .
Lauderdale, Florida 33305.
Preuss, Fritz Richard, Dr. Med. Vet., Professor,
Director of the Department of Veterinary Anatomy of the Free University of Berlin, Koserstrasse 201, 1 Berlin 33, Germany.
Price, Joseph L., D.Phil., Assistant Professor, Department o f Anatomy, W a s h i n g t o n University,
School o f Medicine, St. Louis, Missouri 63110.
Printz, Richard H., Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Department o f Anatomy. College o f Medicine, University o f Cincinnati, E d e n 6 Bethesda Avenue,
Cincinnati, Ohio 45219.
Provenza, D. Vincent, Ph.D., Professor and Chairman, Department of Anatomy, School of Dentist?y , University of Maryland, Baltimore and
Pine Streets, Baltimore, Maryland 21201,
Prutkin, Lawrence, Ph.D., Associate Professor of
Anatomy, School o f Medicine, N e w York University Medical Center, 550 First Avenue, N e w
Y o r k , N e w Y o r k 10016.
Pubols, Benjamin H., Jr., Ph.D., Associate Professor of Anatomy, Department o f Anatomy,
Milton S . Hershey Medical Center, Pennsylvania State University, Hershey, Pennsylvania
17033.
Pubols, Lillian M., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of
Anatomy, Department of Anatomy, Milton S .
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Nebraska Medical School, Omaha, Nebraska
Hershey Medical Center, Pennsylvania State
68105.
University, Hershey, Pennsylvania 17033.
Puchtler, Holde, M.D., Professor of Pathology, Ramalho, Jair Pereira, M.D., Professor of Anatomy, School of Medicine and Surgery, Barao
Medical College of Georgia, Augusta, Georgia
de Sao Borja 44-Meyer, Rio de Janeiro, G. B.,
30902.
Brazil.
Puckett, William O.,M.A., Ph.D., Professor and
Chairman, Department of Biology, Davidson Ram6n-Moliner, Enrique, Ph.D., M.D., Associate
College, Davidson, North Carolina 28036.
Professor, Department of Anatomy, Faculty of
Pullen, E. W., A.B., M.S., Ph.D., Associate ProMedicine, Sherbrooke University, Sherbroolze,
fessor of Anatomy, Department of Anatomy,
Quebec, Canada.
University of Virginia School of Medicine,
Ramsay, Andrew J., Ph.D., Professor of AnatCharlottesviIZe, Virginia 22903.
omy, Director, Daniel Baugh Institute of AnatPurpura, Dominick P., M.D., Professor and Chairomy, Jefferson Medical College, 1020 Locust
man of the Department of Anatomy, Rose F.
Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania I91 07.
Kennedy Center, Albert Einstein College of
Ramsey, Elizabeth M., A.B., M.D., Sc.D., (Exec.
Medicine, Yeshiva University, 141 0 Pelham
Corn., '63-'67), Visiting Professor of Obstetrics
Parkway South, Bronx, New York 10461.
and Gynecology, University of Virginia, School
Pysh, Joseph J., Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Deof Medicine, Charlottesville, Virginia. 3420 Que
partment of Anatomy, Medical and Dental
Street, I". W., Washington, District of Columbia
Schools, Northwestern University, Chicago, Ill&
20007.
nois 60611.
Rana, M. Waheed-uz-Zaman, Ph.D., Assistant
Quay, Wilbur Brooks, Ph.D., Professor, DepartProfessor, Department of Anatomy, School of
ment of Zoology, and Waisman Center on
Medicine, St. Louis University, 1402 S. Grand
Mental Retardation and Human Development,
Boulevard, St. Louis, Missouri 63103.
University of Wisconsin, 2605 Marsh Lane, Rao, Saroja Badri, B.Sc., M.D., Instructor, DeMadison, Wisconsin 53706.
partment of Anatomy, Georgetown University
Quigley, Mervyn B., D.M.D., Ph.D., Associate ProSchool of Medicine and Dentistry, 3322 Milifessor of Anatomy, School of Dental Medicine,
tary Road, N.W., Washington, D.C. 20015.
Southern Illinois University, Erwardsville, IlliRasmussen, Grant Litster, Ph.D., Doctor Honoris
nois 62025.
Causa. Home: 9801 Broad Street, Bethesda,
Quilliam, T. Andrew, Ph.D., Lecturer in AnatMaryland 20014.
omy (University of London), University Col- Raviola, Elio, M.D., Associate Professor, Departlege, Gower Street, London, W.C.I., England.
ment of Anatomy, Harvard Medical School, 25
Quinton-Cox, Robert, Ph.D., Associate Professor of
Shattuck Street, Boston, Massachusetts 02115.
Anatomy, University of Oregon Dental School, Raviola d'Elia, Giuseppina, M.D., Associate Pro611 S. W. Campus Drive, Portland, Oregon
fessor, Department of Anatomy, School of Medi97201.
cine, Boston University, Boston, Massachusetts
Rafalko, J. Stanley, A.B., M.S., Ph.D., Associate
02118.
Professor, Department of Anatomy and Physi- Rawles, Mary E., Ph.D., Emeritus Research Asology, Indiana University, Bloomington, Indisociate of Biology, University of Virginia, 4000
a n a 47405.
North Charles Street, Baltimore, Maryland
Rafferty, Keen A., Jr., Ph.D., Professor and Head,
21218.
Department of Anatomy, the University of Illi- Rawlinson, Herbert E., M.D., Ph.D., 3096 Balnois a t the Medical Center, P. 0. Box 6998,
four Avenue, Victoria, B.C., Canada.
Chicago, Illinois 60680.
Ray, Robert D., M.D., Ph.D., Professor and Head
Rafols, Jose A., Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Deof the Department of Orthopedic Surgery, Colpartment of Anatomy, Wayne State University
lege of Medicine, University of Illinois, 840 S.
School of Medicine, 540 E. Canfield, Detroit,
Wood Street, Chicago, Illinois 60612.
Michigan 48201.
Raybuck, Harry E., Ph.D., M.D., Department of
Raisman, Geoffrey, M.A., D.Phil., B.M., B.Ch.,
Obstetrics and Gynecology, Washington UniverUniversity Lecturer i n Anatomy, Department
sity School of Medicine, St. Louis, Missouri.
of Human Anatomy, South Parks Road, Ox4511 Forest Park Boulevard, St. Louis, Missouri
ford 0x1, 3QX, England.
63108.
Rakic, Pasko, M.D., Sc.D., Associate Professor of
Reams, Willie M., Jr., PLD., Professor, DepartNeuropathology, Harvard Medical School, Dement of Biology, University of Richmond, Vfrpartment of Neuroscience, Children's Hospital
giniu 23173 and Research Associate in DermaMedical Center, 300 Longwood Avenue, Boston,
tology, Medical College of Virginia, Richmond,
Massachusetts 02115.
Virginia 23219.
Ralph, Charles L., Ph.D., Associate Professor, De- Rebert, Richard Ross, Ph.D., Clinical Associate,
partment of Biology, University of Pittsburgh,
Medical Research Area, Merck Sharp and
219 Clapp Hall, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Dohme Research Laboratories, Division of
15213.
Merck and Co., Inc., West Point, PennsylvaRalston, Henry J., 111, M.D., Professor, Departnia 19486.
ment of Anatomy, University of California, -..
Rebhun. Lionel Israel, Ph.D., Department of
School of Medicine, San Francisco, California
Biology, University .of Virginia, Charlottes94122.
ville, Virginia 22903.
Ramaley, Judith A., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Rebuck. John Walter, B.A., M.A., M.D., Ph.D.,
Physiology and Biophysics, University of
Chief, Division of Laboratory Hematology, The
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Henry Ford Hospital, Detroit, Michigan 48202.
partment of Anatomy, Avenida 6, no. 20-51,
Redmond, William C., Ph.D., Assistant ProfesMerida, Venezuela, South America.
sor, Department o f Anatomy, Medical Col- Rennels, Edward G., Ph.D., Professor and Chairlege o f Virginia, Richmond, Virginia 2321 9.
man, Department of Anatomy, T h e University
Reece, Ralph P., B.Sc., M.Sc., Ph.D., Professor of
of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio,
Animal Physiology, Rutgers, T h e State Uni7703 Floyd Curl Drive, San Antonio, Texas
versity, New Brunswick, New Jersey 08903.
78284.
Reed, Adrian F., Ph.D., M.D., Professor and Rennels, Marshall L., Ph.D., Associate Professor
Chairman, Department of Anatomy, Louisiana
of Anatomy and Neurology, School o f Medicine,
State University Medical Center, School o f
University o f Maryland, 29 S. Green Street,
Medicine in Shreveport; Clinical Professor of
Baltimore, Maryland 21201.
Medicine, Tulane University School of Medi- Retzlaff, Ernest W., Ph.D., Department of Biocine, New Orleans, Louisiana, 510 East Stoner
mechanics, College of Osteopathic Medicine,
Avenue, Shreveport, Louisiana 71101.
Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan 48823.
Reed, Charles A., Ph.D., Professor of Anthropology, Department o f Anthropology, University Reutner, Tom F., D.V.M., Research Pathologist,
of lllinois at Chicago Circle, Box 4348, Chicago,
Parke, Davis E Company Research LaboratoIllinois 60680.
ries, 2800 Plymouth Road, Ann Arbor, Michigan 48106.
Reed, 0. M., D.D.S., Chief, Section of Dental
Sciences, Southwest Foundation for Research
Revel, Jean-Paul, Ph.D., Professor of Biology,
Division o f Biology, California Institute of
and Education, San Antonio, 1017 Shook
Avenue, San Antonio, Texas 78212.
Technology, Pasadena, California 91 109.
Reese, John D., M.D., Retired. 714 Edward Street Reyer, Randall W., Ph.D., Professor of Anatomy,
Philipsburg, Pennsylvania 16866.
School o f Medicine, Medical Center, W e s t Virginia University, Morgantown, W e st Virginia
Reese, Thomas S., M.D., National Institutes of
Health, Building 9, Bethesda, Maryland 20014.
26506.
Reger, James F., Ph.D., Professor of Anatomy, Reynolds, Samuel R. M., Ph.D., D.Sc., L.H.D., Dr.
Department o f Anatomy, T h e University o f
hon. causa, (2nd Vice Pres. '62-'64), Emeritus
Tennessee Medical Units, 62 South Dunlap,
Professor and Head, Department of Anatomy,
Memphis, Tennessee 38103.
University of Illinois College of Medicine.
Rehman, Irving, Ph.D., Professor of Anatomy,
933 Olde Hickory Road, Lancaster, PennsylSchool o f Medicine, University o f Southern
vania 17601.
California, 2025 Zonal Avenue, Los Angele6.
Reynolds, W. Ann, Ph.D., Associate Professor,
California 90033.
Department of Anatomy, University o f Illinois,
Reichard, Sherwood M., Ph.D., Professor of RadiCollege o f Medicine, 1853 W. Polk Street, Chicago, Illinois 60612.
ology and Physiology, Director, Division of
Radiobiology, Medical College of Georgia, Rhines, Ruth, M.D., Ph.D., Associate Professor.
Augusta, Georgia 30902.
Department of Anatomy, The University of
Reichel, William, M.D., Director, Family Medicine
Chicago, Chicago, lllinois 60637.
and Human Development Program. Franklin Rhodin, Johannes, A. G., M.D., Ph.D., Professor
Square Hospital, Baltimore, Maryland 21237.
and Chairman, Department o f Anatomy, Ne w
Reier, Paul J., Ph.D., Staff Fellow, National InYork Medical College, Valhalla, N e w Yolk
stitute of Neurological Diseases and Stroke,
10595.
National lnstitutes of Health, Bethesda, Mary- Rhoton, Albert L.,Jr., M.D., Professor and Chief,
land 20014.
Division of Neurological Surgery, University of
Reinhardt, William O., M.D., Professor of AnatFlorida, Gainesville, Florida 32601.
omy, School o f Medicine, University o f CalG Richany, Shafik F., M.D., Ph.D., Department of
fornia Medical Center, San Francisco, CaliforPathology, Kansas City General Hospital and
nia 94122.
Medical Center, 24th and Cherry Streets, KanReinoso-SuArez, Fernando, M.D., Ph.D., Professor
sas City, Missouri 64108.
and Chairman, Departamento de Morfologfa, Richards, Oscar W., Ph.D., Pacific University,
Facultad de Medicina, Universidad Autdnoma
College o f Optometry, Forrest Grove, Oregon
de Madrid, Herederos de Navas,s/n, Madrid
97116.
(20),Spain.
Richardson, Dorothy, Ph.D., Professor Emertius
Reiter, Russel J., Ph.D., Associate Professor, Deof Zoology, Connecticut College, 350 Essex
partment o f Anatomy, The University of Texas
Avenue, Gloucester, Massachusetts 01930.
Health Science Center at San Antonio, 7703 Richardson, Keith C., M.Sc., 6 Sr. Fruncis
Floyd Curl Drive, San Antonio, Texas 78284,
Street, Sliema, Malta, G.C.
Reith, Edward J., Ph.D., Department of Pathology, Richer, Claude-Lise, B.A., M.D., M.Sc., Assistant
Division of Anatomical Sciences, Medical SciProfessor, Department o f Anatomy, Faculty of
ence Building, University o f Florida, College o f
Medicine, University of Montreal, C.P. 6128,
Medicine, Gainesville, Florida 32601.
Montreal, Quebec, Canada.
Remler, Michael P., M.D., Assistant Professor of
Richins, Calvin A., Ph.D., Professor of Anatomy,
Medicine (Neurology) and Assistant Professor
School of Medicine, St. Louis University, 1402
of Anatomy, Department o f Anatomy, UniverSouth Grand Boulevard, St. Louis, Missouri
sity of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, North
63104.
Carolina 27514.
Richter, Kenneth M., Ph.D., Professor, DepartRengel Luis, M.D., Professor and Head of De
m e n t of Anatomical Sciences, University o f
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Oklahoma Health Sciences Center, P . 0. Box
26901, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73190.
Rieck, Norman W., A.B., M.S., Ph.D., Associate
Professor of Biology, Hope College, Holland,
Michigan 49423.
Rieke, William O., M.D., Vice-Chancellor for
Health Affairs, Professor of Anatomy, University o f Kansas School o f Medicine, Rainbow
Boulevard a t 3 9 t h Street, Kansas City, Kansas
661 03.
Rienhoff, William F., Jr., A.B., M.D., Associate
Professor of Surgery, Johns Hopkins Hospital,
1201 North Culvert St., Baltimore, Maryland
21202.
Rigatuso, Joseph L., Ph.D., Assistant Professor,
Department o f Anatomy, University of Minnesota, 262 Jackson Hall, Minneapolis, Minnesoti
55455.
Rinaldi, Robert A., Ph.D., Department o f Anatomy,
Rutgers Medical School, Rutgers - T h e State
University, N e w Brunswick, N e w Jersey 08903.
Ring, John Robert, A.B., Sc.M., Ph.D., Professor
of Anatomy, W a s h i n g t o n University School of
Dentistry, 4559 Scott Avenue, St. Louis, Missouri 63110.
Rink, Richard D., Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Department o f Anatomy, University o f Louisville
School o f Medicine, 101 W e s t Chestnut Street,
Louisville, Kentucky 40202.
Rinker, George C., Ph.D., Associate Professor of
Anatomy, School o f Medicine, State University
o f South Dakota, Vennillion, South Dakota
57069.
Rioch, David McK., M.D., Coordinator, Adult
Learning Center. lnstitute for Behavioral Research, 2429 Linden Lane, Silver Spring, M a r y
land 20910.
Riss, Walter, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Anatomy, Department of Anatomy, State University of N e w Y o r k , Downstate Medical Center,
450 Clarkson Avenue, Brooklyn, N e w York
11203.
Ritland, Richard M., Ph.D., Associate Professor
of Paleontology, Andrews University, B e m e n
Springs, Michigan 491 14.
Roberts, Joseph T., M.D.,Ph.D., F.A.C.P., F.A.C.C..
Medical Member, Disability Policy Board,
Veterans Administration Central Office, Washington, D. C. 20420.Home address: 4700 Levada
Terrace, Rockville, Maryland 20853.
Roberts, P. A., Ph.D., Associate Professor, Departm e n t of Anatomical Sciences, University of
Oklahoma Health Sciences Center, Oklahoma
City, Oklahoma 731 90.
Roberts, Walter Herbert B., M.D., Professor of
Anatomy, School o f Medicine, Loma Linda University, Loma Linda, California 92354.
Robertson, Douglas R., Ph.D., Associate Professor
of Anatomy, State University o f N e w Y o r k ,
Upstate Medical Center, Syracuse, N e w York
13210.
Robertson, G. Gordon, B.A.. B.Sc., Ph.D., Professor and Chairman, Department of Anatomy,
University o f Tennessee Medical Units, Memphis, Tennessee 38103.
Robertson, J. David, M.D., Ph.D., Professor and
Chairman, Department of Anatomy, Duke Uni-
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versity School o f Medicine, Durham, North
Carolina 27706.
Robinson, Leonard R., M.D. (N.Z.), Associate Professor, Department o f Anatomy, Otago Medical
School, P.O. Box 913, Dunedin, N e w Zealand.
Rodbard, Simon, M.D., Ph.D., Director, Departm e n t o f Cardiology, City o f Hope Medical
Center, Duarte, California 91010.
Rodin, Martha K., Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Department o f Anatomy, School of Medicine,
W a y n e State University, 540 E. Canfield, Detroit, Michigan 48201.
Rodman, Toby C., Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Department o f Anatomy Cornell University Medical College, N e w Y o r k , N . Y. 10021.
Rodriguez, Jorge A,, M.D., Assistant Professor
of Surgical Anatomy and Research Associate,
203 Medical Arts Building, Jackson, Mississippi
39201.
Rodriguez-Peralta, Lorenzo, M.D., Professor of
Anatomy. School of Medicine, T e m p l e University, Health Sciences Center, 3400 N . Broad
Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19140.
Rogers, Andrew Walton, Ph.D., Medical Research
Council, Neuroendocrinology Research Unit,
Department o f Anatomy, University o f Oxford,
South Parks Road, Oxford, England.
Rogers, Philip V., Ph.D., Professor of Biology,
Hamilton College, 29 Bristol Road, Clinton,
N e w Y o r k 13323.
Rogers, William M., Ph.D., Associate Professor
Emeritus of Anatomy, Cohmbia University. 59
Monroe Street, Saratoga Springs, N e w Y o r k
12866.
Rolle, Gloria, K., Ph.D., Associate Professor, Department o f Anatomy, College o f Dentistry,
N e w Y o r k University, 342 East 2 6 t h Street,
N e w York, N e w Y o r k 10010.
Rolston, Jimmie Lee Laird, Ph.D., 206 S. Cottage,
Miles City, Montana 59301.
Romack, Frank E., Ph.D., Associate Professor,
Department of Biological Structure, University
o f Illinois College of Veterinary Medicine, Urbana, lllinois 61801.
Romanes, George John, B.A., Ph.D., M.B., Ch.B.,
Lecturer in Neuroanatomy, Anatomy Departm e n t , University of Edinburgh, Teviot Place,
Edinburgh 8 , Scotland.
Romer, Alfred S., B.A., Ph.D., Alexander Agassiz
Professor of Zoology Emeritus, M u s e u m o f
Comparative Zoology, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts 02138.
Romero-Sierra, Cesar, M.D., D.Sc., Associate Professor, Department of Anatomy, Faculty of
Medicine, Queen’s University, Kingston, Ontario, Canada.
Roncoroni, Enrique J., M.D. Honorary Professor,
Facultad de Medicina de Rosarw, Dorrego 757,
Rosario, Republic o f Argentina.
Ronka, Ensio Karl Frederick, B.A., M.D., Associate Professor, Applied Anatomy, School of
Medicine, Boston University, 31 Morley Road,
Wollaston, Massachusetts 021 70.
Ronstrom, George N., M.D., Professor of Anatomy,
School of Medicine, Louisiana State University
Medical Center, 1542 T u l a n e Avenue, N e w Orleans, Louisiana 701 12.
Roofe, Paul Gibbons, Ph.D., (Exec.Com. 36-’60),
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Professor Emeritus of Anatomy and Zoology,
Department o f Comparative Biochemistry and
Physiology. T h e University o f Kansas, Lawrence, Kansas 66045.
Roosen-Runge, Edward C., Professor in Anatomy,
School of Medicine, University o f Washington,
Seattle, Washington 98195.
Rorie, Duane K., Ph.D., M.D.. Mayo Graduate
School of Medicine, Rochester, Minnesota 55901.
Rosa, Charles G.,Ph.D., Professor of Anatomy,
Jefferson Medical College, Thomas Jefferson
University, 1020 Locust Street, Philadelphia,
Pennsylvania 19107.
Rosabal, Fabio E., M.D., Professor and Head,
Departmento de Anatomia, Facultad de Medicina, Universidad de Costa Rica, Ciudad Universitaria “Rodrigo Facio,” San Jose, Costa
Rica.
Rose, James D., Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Department of Psychology Dartmouth College,
Hanover, New Hampshire 03755.
Rose, Jerzy E.. M.D., Professor of Neurophysiology, Neurophysiological Laboratory, University
o f Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin 53706.
Rose, S . Meryl, Ph.D., Professor, Dept. of Anatomy, Tulane University, School of Medicine,
Laboratory of Developmental Biology, Tulane
University, F. Edward Hebert Center, Belle
Chasse, Louisiana 70037.
Rosenbaum, Robert M., Ph.D., Assistant Professor
of Experimental Pathology, Albert Einstein
College o f Medicine, Bronx, New York 10461.
Rosenbluth, Jack, M.D., Professor of Physiology,
Department of Physiology, New York University School of Medicine, 550 First Avenue, New
York, New York 10016.
‘Rosene, Gordon L., Ph.D., Associate Professor,
Department of Physiology and Health Sciences,
Ball State University, Muncie, Indiana 47306.
Rosenquist, Alan C., Ph.D., Assistant Professor,
Department of Anatomy, School of Medicine,
University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 191 74.
Rosenquist, Glenn C., M.D., Associate Professor of
Pediatrics, Department o f Pediatrics, Johns Hopkins University, School o f Medicine, Baltimore,
Md. 21205.
Rosenquist, Thomas H., Ph.D., Assistant Professor,
Department o f Anatomy, School o f Medicine,
University o f Southern California, Los Angeles,
California 90033.
Rosenthal, Theodore B., B.S., Ph.D., Associate
Professor of Anatomy, Department o f Anatomy,
University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine,
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15213.
Rosner, Samuel, M.D., Associate Professor of
Anatomy, College of Medicine and Dentistry of
N e w Jersey, Rutgers Medical School, Piscataway, New Jersey 08854.
Ross, Lawrence M., M.D., Ph.D., Associate Professor, Department of Anatomy, Michigan State
University College of Human Medicine, East
Lansing, Michigan 48823.
ROSS,Leonard L.,Ph.D., Professor and Chairman
of Anatomy, T h e Medical College of Pennsylvania, 3300 Henry Avenue, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19129.
ROSS,Michael H., Ph.D., Professor of Pathology,
Director of Anatomical Sciences, College of
Medicine, University of Florida, Gainesvilb,
Florida 32601.
Ross, Muriel D., Ph.D., Associate Professor, Department of Anatomy, The University of Michigan Medical School, 7272 Bircklan, Plymouth,
Michigan 481 70.
Rosse, Cornelius, M.B.., Ch.B., Associate Professor, Depmtment of Biological Structure, School
of Medicine, University of Washington, Seattle,
Washington 98195.
Roth, Willard Dale, Ph.D., Chairman, Departm e n t o f Biological Sciences, Union College,
Schenectady, New York 12308.
Rothman, Richard H., M.D., Ph.D., Director of
Orthopedic Surgery, Division of Orthopedic Surgery, T h e Pennsylvania Hospital, 807 Spruce
Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19107.
Routtenberg, Aryeh, Ph.D., Associate Professor,
Department of Psychology, 2021 Sheridan Road,
Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois
60201.
Royce, George James, Ph.D., Assistant Professor,
Department of Anatomy, Albany Medical College
o f Union University, Albany, N e w York 12208.
Rubel, Edwin W., Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Department o f Psychology, Yale University, 333
Cedar St., New Haven, Connecticut 06510.
Ruben, Laurens N., Ph.D., Professor i n Biology.
Reed College, Portland, Oregon 97202.
Ruben, Robert J., M.D., Professor, Department of
Otolaryngology, Albert Einstein College of Medicine, 1300 Morris Park Avenue, Bronx, New
York 10461.
Rubinson, Kalman, Ph.D., Associate, Department
o f Neurobiology and Behavior, Public Health
Research Institute of the City o f New York,
455 First Avenue, New York, New York 10016.
Ruby, John R., Ph.D., Associate Professor, Department o f Anatomy, Louisiana State University Medical Center, 1542 Tulane Avenue, New
Orleans, Louisiana 70112.
Rudnick, Dorothea, Ph.B., Ph.D., Professor of
Biology, Albertus Magnus College, 700 Prospect
Street, New Haven, Connecticut 0651I .
Rugh, Robmts, M.A., Ph.D., T h e Pavilion 5306,
12,000 Old Georgetown Road. Rockville, Maryland 20852.
Ruiz Liard, Alfredo, M.D., Professor and Head,
Department o f Anatomy, Facultad de Medicina, Av. Gral. Flores 2125, Montevideo, Uruguay.
Rumery, Ruth E., Ph.D., Research Associate
Professor, Department o f Biological Structure,
School of Medicine, University o f Washington,
Seattle, Washington 98195.
Runner, Meredith N., Ph.D., Director, Molecular,
Cellular, and Developmental Biology, University of Colorado, Boulder, Colorado 80302.
Russell, Glenn V., Ph.D., Professor of Anatomy,
University of Texas Medical Branch, Ft. Crockett Apts. B-12,Galveston, Texas 77550.
Ruth, Edward S., M.D., F.A.C.S., 501 E. Burnside, Los Angeles. California 90036.
Ruth, Elbert B., A.B., A.M., Ph.D., Associate
Professor, Department o f Anatomy, T h e Johns
Hopkins University, School of Medicine, 725
N . W o l f e Street, Baltimore, Maryland 21205.
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Ruth, Royal F., Ph.D., Professor, Department of
Zoology, The University of Alberta, Edmonton 7,
Alberta, Canada.
Ryerson, Dwight L., Ph.D., Professor of Zoology,
Pomona College, Claremont, California 91 71I.
Rylander, Michael K., Ph.D., Assistant Professor,
Department of Biology, Texas Tech University,
Lubbock, Texas 79409.
Saccomanno, Geno, Ph.D., M.D., Pathologist and
Director, Clinical Laboratories, Veterans and
St. Mary's Hospitals, Grand Junction, Colorado 80501.
Sack, Wolfgang O., D.V.M., Ph.D., Professor of
Veterinary Anatomy, New York State Veterinary
College, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York
14850.
Saland, Linda C., Ph.D., Senior Research Associate, Department of Anatomy, School of Medicine, The University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, New Mexico 871 31.
St. Clair, L. E., D.V.M., Ph.D., Professor of Veterinary Anatomy and Histology, College of
Veterinary Medicine, University of Illinois.
Urbana, Illinois 61801.
Sainte-Marie, Guy, M.D., Ph.D., Professor, Departement d'dnatomie, Faculte de Medecine, Universite de Montreal, C. P. 6128, Montreal 101,
Quebec, Canada.
St. Pierre, Ronald L., Ph.D., Professor and Chairman, Department of Anatomy, College of Medicine, The Ohio State University, 333 West 10th
Avenue, Columbus, Ohio 43210.
Salazar, Hernando, M.D., Associate Professor of
Pathology, University of Pittsburgh Medical
School. Magee-Womens Hospital, Forbes Avenue
and Halket Sheet, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvaniu
15213.
Salentijn, Letty G. M., D.D.S., Assistant Professor,
Department of Anatomy, Columbia University,
630 West 168th Street, New York, New Yurk
10032.
Salmon, Theodora N., B.A., M.A., Ph.D., Emeritus
Professor of Biological Sciences, Hunter College, New York, 19 Essex Avenue, Montclair,
New Jersey 07042.
Salpeter, Miriam M., PbD., Associate Professor,
Department of Applied Physics and Section of
Neurobiology and Behavior, Division of Biological Sciences, Department of Applied Physics, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York
14580.
Salsbury, C. R., M.D., C.M., F.R.C.S.(C.), F.R.C.S.,
(Eng.). Chief Clinical Medical Officer, Workmen's Compensation Board of British Columbia, 4784 West 7th Ave., Vancouver 8, B. C.,
Canada.
Salter, E. George, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Department of Anatomy, University of South
Florida, Tampa, Florida 33620.
Samorajski, Thaddeus, Ph.D., Director Laboratory of Neurochemistry, Cleveland Psychiatric
Institute, 1708 Aiken Avenue, Cleveland, Ohio
44109.
Sampaio, Mario Machado, M.D., Professor de
Histologia e Embriologia, Faculdade de Medicina d a Universidade Federal do Par& Au.
Brasil.
Presidente Vargas, 946. Beldm-Pard,
Sampson, H. Wayne, Ph.D., Department of Ana-
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tomy, Baylor Dental College, 800 Hall Street,
Dallas, Texas 75226.
Sandborn, Edmund B., M.D., Associate Professor,
Department of Anatomy, Universitk de Montrdal, 2900 Blvd. Mont-Royal, Montreal, Quebec, Canada.
Sandler, Maurice, Ph.D., M.D., Associate Professor,
Department of Urological Surgery, Upstate
Medical Center; Consultant, Yerkes Regional
Primate Research Center, Emory University;
508 Hamilton Parkway, DeWitt, New York
13214.
Sandstrom, Carl J., Ph.D., Visiting Professor of
Biology, Bush Science Center, Rollins College,
Winter Park, Florida 32789.
Sanel, Frances Thaw, Ph.D., Research Biologist,
Baltimore Cancer Research Center, Department of Health, Education and Welfare, U.S.
Public Health Service Hospital, 3100 Wyman
Park Drive, Baltimore, Maryland 2121 1.
Sanger, Joseph W., Ph.D., Assistant Professor,
Department of Anatomy, School of Medicine,
University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19174.
Santini, Maurizio, M.D., Research Associate,
Department of Anatomy, Albert Einstein College of Medicine, 1300 Morris Park Avenue,
New York, New York 10461.
Santisteban, George A., B.A., M.A., Ph.D., Associate Professor, Department of Biology, Seattle
University, Seattle, Washington 981 22.
Sarphie, T. G., Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Department of Anatomy, School of Medicine, University of South Alabama, Mobile, Alabama 36688.
Sass, Maureen Burke, M.D., M.S., Instructor of
Anatomy, Stanford University, 20 Barney
Court, Menlo Park, California 94025.
Satir, Peter, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Anatomy, Department of Physiology-Anatomy, University of California, Berkeley, California 94720.
Sattler, Dwight G., B.S., M.D., Kalona, Iowa
52247.
Sauerland, Eberhardt K.,M.D., Professor of Anatomy, Department of Anatomy, The University
of Texas Medical Branch, Galveston, Texas
77550.
Saunders, John B. de C. M., M.B., Ch.B., F.R.C.S.
(Edin.), F.A.C.D. (hon.), Professor of Anatomy
Emeritus, Regents Professor of Medical History,
School of Medicine, History of Health Sciences,
HSW 1680, University of California, San Francisco, California 941 22.
Saunders, John W., Ph.D., Professor of Biological
Sciences, State University of New York-Albany, Albany, New York 12203.
Saunders, Richard L. deC. H., M.B., Ch.B., M.D.
F.R.S.E., F.R.S.A.. Professor of Anatomy and
Head of the Department, Dalhousie University,
Halifax, Nova Scotia. Canada.
Savage, Alice M., Ph.D., The Medical College of
Pennsylvania, 3300 Henry Avenue, Philadeb
phia, Pennsylvania 19129.
Sawyer, Charles H., A.B., Ph.D., (Exec. Com.,
'66-'68; 1st Vice Pres., '68-'70). Professor, Department of Anatomy, School of Medicine,
The Center for the Health Sciences, University
of California, Los Angeles, California 90024.
Sayegh, Fayez S., D.M.D., M.S., Associate Profes-
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sor, Department of Histology, School of
Dentistry, University of Missouri-Kansas City,
Kansas City, Missouri 641 08.
Scalia, Frank, Ph.D., Instructor, Department of
Anatomy, Downstate Medical Center, State
University of New York, 450 Clarkson Avenue,
Brooklyn, New York 11203.
Scarpelli, Dante G., M.D., Ph.D., Professor and
Chairman, Department of Pathology, Kansas
University Medical Center, Rainbow Boulevard
a t 39th Street, Kansas City, Kansas 66103.
Schaeffer, Bobb, A.B., A.M., Ph.D., Curator, Department of Vertebrate Paleontology, The
American Museum of Natural History, Central
Park West at 79th Street, New York, New
York 10024.
Schapiro, Herbert, Ph.D., Professor of Anatomical
Sciences, Eastern Virginia Medical School, 358
Mowbray Arch, Norfolk, Virginia 23507.
Scharrer, Berta V., Ph.D., Professor, Department
of Anatomy, Albert Einstein College of Medicine, 1300 Morris Park Avenue, New York,
New York 10461.
Schechter, Joel E., Ph.D., Assistant Professor,
Department of Anatomy, School of Medicine,
University of Southern California, Los Angeles,
California 90033.
Scheibel, Arnold B., M.D., M.S., Professor of
Anatomy and Psychiatry and Attending Physician, Brentwood and Sepulveda VA Hospitals, Department of Anatomy, School of Medicine, University of California, Los Angeles,
California 90024.
Scheving, Lawrence E., Ph.D., Professor of Anatomy, University of Arkansas School of Medicine,
Little Rock, Arkansas 72201.
Schiff, Robert, Ph.D., Hyland Laboratories, 3300
Hyland Avenue, Post Ofice Box 2214, Costa
Mesa, California 92626.
Schlag, John D., M.D., Ph.D., Professor, Department of Anatomy, School of Medicine, University of California, Los Angeles, California
90024.
Schlegel, Jorgen Ulrik, Ph.D., M.D., Professor of
Urology, Chairman of the Section of Urology,
School of Medicine, Tulane University, 1430
Tulane Avenue, New Orleans, Louisiana 70112.
Schlesinger, Allen Brian, B.A., M.S., Ph.D., Professor of Biology, Director of the Department,
Biology Department, Creighton University,
Omaha, Nebraska 68131.
Schmedtje, John F., A.B., Ph.D., Associate Professor of Anatomy, School of Medicine, Indiana
University, 1100 West Michigan Street, Indianapolis, Indiana 46202.
Schmidt, Anthony John, B.A., M.S., Ph.D., Professor, Department of Anatomy, College of
Medicine, University of Illinois, 1853 W. Polk
Street, Chicago, Illinois 60612.
Schmidt, Ida G.,Ph.D., Consultant, Department
of Anatomy, University of Alabama Medical
Center, University Station, 1600 Eighth Avenue
South, Birmingham, Alabama 35294.
Schneider, Gerald E., Ph.D., Associate Professor,
Department of Psychology, Massachusetts lnstitute of Technology, Cambridge, Massachusetts 02143.
Schneider, Henry P., V.M.D., Director, Biological
Research Laboratory; Research Professor of
Anatomy, Hahnemann Medical College and
Hospital, 230 N. Broad Street, Philadelphia,
Pennsylvania 19102.
Schneider, Lawrence K., Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Department of Anatomy, College of Medicine, The University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona 85721.
Schnitzlein, H. N., Ph.D., Professor and Chaiimman, Department of Anatomy, University o f
South Florida College of Medicine, 4202 Fowler
Avenue, Tampa, Florida 33620.
Schofield, Graeme C., M.D., D.Phil., Professor and
Chairman, Department of Anatomy, Monaslz
University, Clayton, Victoria, Australia.
Schon, Miguel A., Ph.D., Associate Professor cif
Anatomy, Department of Anatomy, Johns Hopkins Medical School, 725 N. Wolfe Street,
Baltimore, Maryland 21205.
SchottB, Oscar E., Lic. Sc. Phys. et Nat., Docl.
Sc. Nat., Geneva, Switzerland, Professor of
Biology, Amherst College, Amherst, Massachusetts 01002.
Schroeder, Dolores M., Ph.D., Assistant Professor,
Department of Neurosurgery, School of Medicine, University of Virginia, Charlottesville,
Virginia 22901.
Schuit, Kenneth E., Ph.D.. Assistant Professor
Department of Anatomy, School of Medicine,
University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginici
22901.
Schultz, Richard Louis, Ph.D., Associate Professor,
School of Dentistry, University of Colorado
Medical Center, Denver, Colorado 80220.
Schultz, Robert L., Ph.D., Associate Professor,
Department of Anatomy, Loma Linda Univer.
sity, Loma Linda, California 92354.
Schwartz, Henry G., M.D., Professor of Neuro.
logical Surgery, Washington University School
of Medicine, Barnes Hospital, 600 S. Kings,
highway, St. Louis, Missouri 63110.
Schwartz, Ilsa R., Ph.D., Research Associate,
Center for Neural Sciences, Indiana University,
Bloomington, Indiana 47401.
Schwarz, M. Roy, M.D., Associate Professor of
Biological Structure and Associate Dean, School
of Medicine, University of Washington, Seattle,
Washington 98195.
Schweisthal, Michael R., Ph.D., Professor and
Chairman, Department of Anatomy, School of
Medicine, East Carolina University, Greenville,
North Carolina 27834.
Schwyn, Robert C., Ph.D., Assistant Professor,
Department of Anatomy, School of Medicine,
Wayne State University, 1400 Chrysler Freeway, Detroit, Michigan 48207.
Sciarra, John J., M.D., Ph.D., Professor and Head,
Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology,
School of Medicine, University of Minnesota,
Box 395, University Hospital, Minneapolis,
Minnesota 55455.
Scott, David Evans, Ph.D., Assistant Professor,
Department of Anatomy, University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry, Rocherter. New York 14620.
Scott, Donald, Jr., B.S., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Physiology, Associate in Neurology,
Department of Physiology, University of Penn-
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sylvania, School o f Medicine, Philadelphia. Sergovich, Fredrick R., Ph.D., Director, CytoPennsylvania 19104.
genetic Laboratories, Children’s Psychiatric Research Institute; Assistant Professor of Anat.
Scott, Earl B., Ph.D., Professor of Anatomy and
Chairman, Department o f Anatomy, School
omy, University of Western Ontario. Children’s
Psychiatric Research Institute, Box 2460, Tero f Medicine, University o f South Dakota, Vermillion, South Dakota 57069.
minal A , London, Ontario, Canada.
Scott, John W., Ph.D., Assistant Professor, De- Sether, Lowell A., Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Department o f Anatomy, Division o f Basic Health
partment o f Anatomy, Medical College o f WisScience, Emory University, Atlanta, Georgia
consin, Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53233.
30322.
Setty, Laurel Raymond, Ph.D., Professor of AnatScow, Robert O.,A.B., M.A., M.D., Chief, Section
omy, College o f Medicine, Howard University,
on Endocrinology, Laboratory of Nutrition and
Washington, D.C. 20001.
Endocrinology, National Institute o f Arthritis
Severinghaus, Aura Edward, B.S., M.A., Ph.D.,
and Metabolic Diseases, NIH, Bethesda, MarySc.D., L.H.D., Associate Dean Emeritus and
land 20014.
Professor Emeritus of Anatomy, College of
Scranton, James R., Ph.D., Assistant Professor,
Physicians and Surgeons, Columbia University,
Department o f Anatomy, College o f Medicine,
375 W e s t 250th Street, N e w York, New York
University o f Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa 52240.
10471.
Seale, Raymond U., Ph.D., Associate Professor, Severn, Charles B., Ph.D., Associate Professor.
Department o f General Surgery, R u s h Medical
Department o f Anatomy, Medical Center, UniCollege, 1725 W e s t Harrison Street, Chicago,
versity o f Nebraska, Omaha, Nebraska 68105.
Illinois 60612.
Severson, Arlen R., Ph.D., Associate Professor of
Seaman, Arlene R., Ph.D., 232 Pine Street, HamBiomedical Anatomy, School o f Medicine, Uniburg, Pennsylvania 19526.
versity of Minnesota-Duluth, Duluth, Minnesota
Searls, James C., D.D.S.-Ph.D., Assistant Profes55812.
sor, Department o f Anatomy, University o f Shackleford, John M., Ph.D., Professor and Chairman, Department o f Anatomy, College o f MediIowa, Iowa City, I G W ~52240.
cine, University o f South Alabama, Mobile,
Sechrist, John W., Ph.D., Assistant Professor, DeAlabama 36688.
partment of Anatomy, College o f Medicine, University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona 85724.
Shdroff, Benjamin G.,M.D., 2202 Quentin Road,
Brooklyn, New York 11229.
Sechzer, Jeri A., Ph.D., Associate Professor of
Psychiatry (Psychology), Department of Psy- Shaikh, Abubakar A., Ph.D., Staff Scientist, T h e
Worcester Foundation for Experimental Biob
chiatry. The School of Medicine, Cornell University, Edward W . Bourne Behavioral Research
ogy, Shrewsbury, Massachusetts 01545.
Laboratory, T h e New York Hospital-Cornell Shaner, Ralph F., Ph.D., F.R.S.C., Emeritus ProMedical Center, 21 Bloomingdale Road, White
fessor of Anatomy, School of Medicine, UniverPlains, New York 10605.
sity of Alberta, 11608 Edinboro Road, EdmonSedar, Albert W., Ph.D., Professor of Anatomy,
ton, Alberta, Canada.
Jefferson Medical College. Daniel Baugh Insti- Shanklin, William M., B.S., Ph.D., Sc.4. (Hon),
tute o f Anatomy, 1020 Locust Street, PhiladelProfessor Emeritus of Histology and Neurophia, Pennsylvania 19107.
anatomy, American University of Beirut School
Segal, Sheldon J., Ph.D., Director, Bio-Medical
of Medicine; Professor Emeritus of Anatomy,
Division, T h e Population Council, T h e RockeMedical College of Virginia, 3404 Chiswick
feller University, New York, New York 10021.
Court, Rossmoor, Silver Spring, Maryland
Seib, George A., A.B., M.D., Assistant Professor
20906.
of Anatomy, Washington University, 2323
Sharp, John G., Ph.D., Assistant Professor, DeLafayette Ave., St. Louis, Missouri 63104.
partment o f Anatomy, T h e University of
Seibel, Hugo R., Ph.D., Associate Professor, DeNebraska Medical Center, 42nd Street and
partment of Anatomy, Medical College o f VirDewey Avenue, Omaha, Nebraska 68105.
ginia, Health Sciences Division, Virginia Com- Shaver, Evelyn Louise, Ph.D., Associate Professor
monwealth University, Richmond, Virginia
of Anatomy, Health Sciences Centre, University
2321 9.
of Western Ontario, London, Ontario, Canada.
Seiden, David, Ph.D., Instructor, Department o f Shea, John Raymond, Jr., Ph.D., Assistant ProAnatomy, Rutgers Medical School, College of
fessor, Department of Anatomy, JeffersonMedMedicine and Dentistry o f New Jersey, P. 0.
ical College, 1020 Locust Street, Philadelphia,
Box 101,Piscataway, New Jersey 08854.
Pennsylvania 19107.
Sekhon, Sant Singh, Ph.D., Veterans AdminishaShealy, C. Norman, M.D.,T h e Pain Rehabilitation
tion Hospital, 5901 E. 7th Street, Long Beach,
Center, 615 So. loth, La Crosse, Wisconsin
California 90804.
54601; Assistant Clinical Professor of NeuroSeliger, William G., Ph.D., D.D.S., Professor and
surgery, University of Wisconsin Medical
Chairman, Department o f Anatomy, Texas Tech
School, Madison, Wisconsin; Clinical Associate
University-School of Medicine, P.O. Box 4569,
Professor of Neurosurgery, University of MinneLubbock, Texas 79409.
sota Medical School, Minneapolis, Minnesota.
Sensenig, E. Carl, B.A., M.S., Ph.D., Professor Sheehan, John Francis, Ph.D., Professor and Research Associate of Clinical Cytology; Professor,
and Chairman, Department o f Anatomg, UniPathology Department, School o f Medicine,
versity of Alabama Medical Center, 1919 SevT h e Creighton University, Omaha, Nebraska
enth Avenue South, Birmingham, Alabama
35233.
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Shelton, Emma, B.S., M.A., Ph.D., Biologist,
National Cancer Institute, Bethesda, Maryland
2001 4.
Shen, Shih Chang, Ph.D., Assistant Professor,
Department of Anatomu, Colleae of Phusicians
and Surgeons, Columbia. Unive&i&, Ne; York,
New York 10032.
Shepro, David, A.B., A.M., Ph.D., Department
of Biology, Boston University, 2 Cummington
Street, Boston, Massachusetts 02118.
Sheridan, Michael N., Ph.D., Associate Professor
of Anatomy, University of Rochester School
of Medicine and Dentistry, 260 Crittenden
Boulevard, Rochester, New York 14620.
Sherman, Burton Stuart, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Department of Anatomy, State University
of New York, Downstate Medical Center, 450
Clarkson Avenue, Brooklyn, New York 11 203.
Sherman, J. K., Ph.D., Professor, Department of
Anatomy, School of Medicine, University of
Arkansas Medical Center, Little Rock, Arkansas
72201.
Sherman, S. Murray, Ph.D., Assistant Professor,
Department of Physiology, University of Virginia School of Medicine, Charlottesville, Virginia 22901.
Shiino, Masataka, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Department of Anatomy, The University of Texas
Health Science Center a t San Antonio, 7703
Floyd Curl Drive, San Antonio, Texas 78284.
Shimizu, Nobuo, M.D., Professor, Department of
Neuroanatomy, Institute for Higher Nervous
Activity, Osaka University Medical School,
Joancho, Kita-ku, Osaka-shi, Japan.
Shivers, Richard R., Ph.D., Assistant Professor,
Department of Zoology, University of Western
Ontario, London, Ontario, Canada.
Shofer, Robert J., M.D., Assistant Professor of
Anatomy, Albert Einstein College of Medicine,
Eastchester Road and Morris Park Avenue,
New York, New York 10461.
Showers, Mary Jane C., Ph.D., Professor of Anatomy, Hahnemann Medical College, 608 West
Phil-Ellena Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
19119.
Shriver, Joyce E., Ph.D., Associate Professor, Department of Anatomy, Mount Sinai School of
Medicine, Fifth Avenue and 100th Street, New
Yorh, New York 10029.
Shryock, E. Harold, M.D., Professor of Anatomy,
School of Medicine, Loma Linda University,
P.O. Box 638, Loma Linda, California 92354.
Shulman, Sydney S., M.B., Ch.B., F.R.C.S.E.,
F.A.C.S., Orthopaedic Surgeon; Blacktown,
Royal North Share and No. 2 Military Hospitals, and Repatriation Dept., Sydney, Australia;
4 Toongarah Road, Waverton, N.S.W. 2060,
Australia.
Sicher, Harry, M.D., Professor of Anatomy and
Histology, Loyolu University Medical Center,
School of Dentistry, 21 60 S. First Avenue, Maywood, Illinois 60153.
Sidman, Richard L., M.D., Bullard Professor of
Neuropathology, Department of Neuroscience,
Children’s Hospital Medical Center, 300 Longwood Avenue, Boston, Massachusetts 02115.
Siegel, Allan, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Department of Anatomy, College of Medicine and
Dentistry of New Jersey a t Newark, Newark,
New Jersey 07103.
Siegel, Charles D., Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Department of Biology, Room 908 Main, New
York University, 100 Washington Square East,
New York, New York 10003.
Siegesmund, Kenneth A., Ph.D., Associate Professor of Anatomy, Medical College of Wisconsin,
561 N. 15th Street, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
53233.
Siegler, Richard, M.D., Research Associate,
Children’s Cancer Research Foundation, 3 5
Binney St., Boston, Mass. 02115.
Sigaran, Manuel F., M.D., Avenida 2a., Entre
Calles 24-26,HEREDIA, Costa Rica.
Silbermann, M., D.M.D., Ph.D., Senior Lecturer,
Department of Anatomy, The Aba Khoushy
School of Medicine, Haifa, Israel.
Silva, George D., M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P., Professor
of Oral Medicine and Anatomy, Department
of Oral Medicine, School of Dentistry, Center
for Health Sciences, University of Californict,
Los Angeles, California 90024.
Silver, Maurice L., M.D., Ph.D., Suite 357, Alexander Young Building, 1077 Bishop Street,
Honolulu, Hawaii 96813.
Simard, Thbrese G., Ph.D., Professor, Departewent d’dnatomie, Faculte de Medecine, Universite de Montreal, C.P. 6128, Montreal 1011,
Quebec, Canada.
Simpson, Miriam Elizabeth, A.B., M.A., Ph.D.,
M.D., (Exec. Com. ’50-’54), Professor of Anatomy, Division of Anatomy; Interim Director
of the Institute of Experimental Biology, UnG
versity of California, 11 33 Euclid Ave., Berkesley, California 94708.
Simpson, William L., Ph.D., M.D., Director of
Postgraduate and Continuing Medical Education, School of Medicine, Wayne State University, 540 E. Canfield, Detroit, Michiga?c
48201.
Simson, Jo Anne V., Ph.D., Assistant Professor,
Department of Pathology, Medical University
of South Carolina, Charleston, South Carolinti
29401.
Singer, Edward, M.D., Associate Director, St.
Clare’s Hospital, Stillwater, New Jersey 07875.
Singer, Marcus, B.S., A.M., Ph.D., Henry Willson
Payne Professor of Anatomy, School of Medicine, Western Reserve University, Cleveland,
Ohio 44106.
Singer, Ronald, D.Sc., M.B., Ch.B., F.R.S.S.A.,,
Professor of Anatomy and Anthropolgy, University of Chicago, 1025 East 57th Street:,
Chicago, Illinois 60637.
Singh, I. J., B.D.S., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of
Anatomy and Associate Research Scientist,
Laboratory for Cellular Research, New York
University, Institute for Dental Research, 339
East 25th Street, New York, New York 10010.
Singh, Roderick P., Ph.D., Associate Professor of
Anatomy, Health Sciences Centre, University of
Western Ontario, London, Ontario, Canada.
Singleton, Mary C., Ph.D., Associate Professor
of Physical Therapy, and Assistant Professor
of Anatomy, Department of Anatomy, School
of Medicine, University of North Carolina,
Chapel Hill, North Carolina 27514.
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Sinha, Akhouri A., Ph.D., Associate Professor of
Zoology and Veterinary Anatomy, University
of Minnesota, and Medical Research Laboratories, Building 49, Veterans Administration
Hospital, Minneapolis, Minnesota 5541 7.
Siperstein, Eleanor R., Ph.D., Clinical Assistant
Professor of Anatomy, T h e University o f T e x a s
Southwestern Medical School, 5323 Hines
Blvd., Dallas, T e x a s 75235.
Sippel, Theodore O., Ph.D., Professor of Anatomy,
The University of Michigan Medical School,
Department of Anatomy, T h e University o f
Michigan, Medical Science 11 Building, Ann
Arbor, Michigan 48104.
Sisca, Rodger F., D.D.S., Ph.D., Associate Professor, Department o f Restorative Dentistry,
School o f Dentistry, University o f Maryland,
Baltimore, Md. 21201.
Skalko, Richard G., Ph.D., Director, Embryology
Laboratory, Birth Defects Institute, N e w Y o r k
State Health Department and Associate Professor of Toxicology, Albany Medical College,
Albany, N e w York 12208.
Skandalakis, John Elias, M.D., Ph.D., Professor
of Anatomy, Emory University, Suite 425,
Bankers Fidelity L i f e Building, 2045 Peachtree Street, N.E., Atlanta, Georgia 30309.
Skinner, Robert D., Ph.D., Instructor, Department
o f Anatomy, University of Arkansas Medical
Center, Little Rock, Arkansas 72201.
Skultety, F. Miles, Ph.D., M.D., Professor of Neurosurgery and Neuroanatomy, College o f Medicine, University o f Nebraska, 42nd Street and
Dewey Avenue, Omaha, Nebraska 68105.
Sladek, Jr., John R., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of
Anatomy, University o f Rochester School o f
Medicine and Dentistry, Rochester, N e w Y o r k
14620.
Slautterback, David B., Ph.D., Professor and
Chairman, Department o f Anatomy, School
of Medicine, University of Wisconsin, 447
Bardeen Medical Laboratories, Madison, W i s consin 53706.
Slavin, Bernard G., Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Department o f Anatomy, School o f Medicine, University o f Southern California, Los Angeles,
California 90033.
Slavkin, Harold C., D.D.S., Associate Professor of
Biochemistry, School o f Dentistry, University
o f Southern California, Gerontology Building,
Los Angeles, California 90007.
Slonecker, Charles E., D.D.S., Ph.D., Associate
Professor of Anatomy, Faculty o f Medicine,
University o f British Columbia, Vancouver 8 ,
Britzsh Columbia, Canada.
Smaha, Lynn A., Ph.D., Instructor, Department
of Anatomy, College of Medicine, T h e University of lowa, Iowa City, l o u a 52240.
Smelser, George K., Ph.D., Malcolm P. Aldrich
Research Professor in Ophthalmology, and Professor of Anatomy, assigned to Ophthalmology,
Department of Eye Research, College of Physicians and Surgeons, Columbia University, 630
W . 168 Street, N e w Y o r k , N e w Y o r k 10032.
Smith, Allen A., Ph.D., Research Associate, Department of Biology, Temple University, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19122.
Smith, Carlton G., B.A., M.Sc., M.D., Ph.D.,
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Professor of Anatomy, University of Toronto,
Toronto 5, Canada.
Smith, Catherine A., Ph.D., Professor of Otolaryngology, University o f Oregon Medical School,
Portland, Oregon 97201.
Smith, Christianna, Ph.D., Professor Emeritus
of zoology, Mount Holyoke College, 16 Jewett
Lane, South Hadley, Massachusetts 01075.
Smith, David T., A.B., M.D., Associate Professor
of Medicine and Professor of Bacteriology, Duke
University, Duke Hospital, Durham, North
Carolina 27706.
Smith, Diane E., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of
Anatomy, Jefferson Medical College, Thomas
J e f f e r s o n University, 1020 Locust Street, Philadelphia, Pa. 19107.
Smith, Kenneth Rupert, Jr., M.D., Professor and
Chairman, Section of Neurological Surgery,
Saint Louis University School o f Medicine, 1325
South Grand Boulevard, St. Louis, Missouri
63104.
Smith, Orville A., Ph.D., Professor, Physiology
and Biophysics, Assistant Director, Regional
Primate Research Center, 1-421 Cancer-Primate
Building, L'niversity of Washington, Seattle,
W a s h i n g t o n 98105.
Smith, R. Dale, Ph.D., Professor of Anatomy,
School of Denfal Medicine, Southern Illinois
University, Edwardsville. Illinois 62025.
Smith, Stephen D., Ph.D., Associate Professor of
Anatomy, Department of Anatomy, College of
Medicine, University of Kentucky Medical Center, Lexington, Kentucky 40506.
Smith, Stuart W., M.D., Associate Professor, Department of Anatomy, University of Colorado
School of Medicine, 4200 East N i n t h Avenue,
Denver, Colorado 80220.
Smith, Wilbur K., M.D., Associate Professor of
Anatomy, University of Rochester School of
Medicine and Dentistry, Rochester, N e w Y o r k
14620.
Smithberg, Morris, Ph.D., Professor of Anatomy,
School of Medicine, University o f Minnesota,
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55455.
Snell, Richard S., M.D., Ph.D., Professor and
Chairman, Department o f Anatomy, George
W a s h i n g t o n University, School of Medicine,
1335 H Street, N.W., Washington, D. C. 20005.
Snider, Ray S., Ph.D., Professor and Director,
Center f o r Brain Research, University o f
Rochester, Medical School, Rochester, N e w Y o r k
14627.
Snipes, Robert L., Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Department of Anatomy, School of Medicine, University of Louisville, Louisville, Kentucky 40202.
Snodgrass, L. E., A.B., M.D., Instructor in Surgery,
Medical Department, Univeistiy of Pennsylvania, T h e Barclay Hotel, (Apt. 16A). Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19103.
Snodgrass, Michael J., Ph.D., Research Associate,
Biology Division, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, Tennessee 37830.
Snodgrasse, hichard M., Ph.D., Professor and
Chairman Emeritus, General Anatomy, School
of Dentistry, Temple University, Philadelphia,
226 J e f f e r s o n St., Pendleton, Indiana 46064.
Snook, Theodore, Ph.D., Professor of Anatomy,
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School of Medicine, Universitg of North Dakota,
Grand Forks, North Dakota 58201.
Snyder, Franklin F., M.D., Professor of Anatomy
Emeritus, Department of Anatomy, Harvard
Medical School, 25 Shattuck Street, Boston,
Massachusetts 02115.
Soderwall, Arnold Larson, B.A., M.A.. Ph.D., Associate Professor of Biology, Department of Biology, University of Oregon, Eugene, Oregon
97403.
SodicoE, Marvin, Ph.D., Assistant Professor,
Department of Anatomy, Temple University
School of Medicine, 3400 N. Broad Street, Philadelphia. Pennsylvania 19140.
Sognnaes, Reidar F., Ph.D., M.D., Professor of
Anatomy, School of Medicine, Center for the
Health Sciences, University of California, Los
Angeles; Dean and Professor of Oral Biology,
School of Dentistry, University of California,
Los Angeles, California 90024.
Sokol, Otto M., Ph.D., Acting Assistant Professor,
Department of Anatomy, Stanford University,
Stanford, California 94305.
Sonnenschein, Carlos, M.D., Associate Professor,
Department of Anatomy, Tufts University
School of Medicine, Boston, Massachusetts
02111.
Soper, Edward H., Ph.D., Assistant Professor,
Northwestern University Dental School, 220 N.
Julian Sheet, Naperuille, Illinois 60540.
Sorenson, George D., M.D., Chairman and Professor, Department of Pathology, Dartmouth
Medical School, Hanover, New Hampshire
03755.
Sorenson, Robert L., Ph.D., Assistant Professor,
Department of Anatomy, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minnesota 55455.
Sorokin, Sergei P., M.D. with thesis, Assistant Professor of Anatomy, School of Public Health,
Haruard University, 665 Huntington Avenue,
Boston, Massachusetts 02115.
Sonentino, Sandy, Jr , P h .D , Postdoctoral Fellow,
Department of Anatomy, University of Rochester, School of Medicine and Dentistry, 260 Crittenden Boulevard. Rochester, New York 14620.
Sosa, Julio Maria, M.D., Professor and Chairman,
Universidad de Los Andes, Facultad de Medicina, lnstituto de Histologia, Apartado 149,
MBrida, Venezuela.
Soule, John D., Ph.D., Professor and Chairman,
Department of Histology, School of Dentistry,
University of Southern California, Los Angeles,
California 90007.
Spector, Benjamin, M.D., Professor of Anatomy,
Tufts University School of Medicine, 136 Harrison Ave.. Boston, Massachusetts 021 11.
Speidel, Carl Caskey, Ph.D., Sc.D., Professor
Emeritus of Anatomy, School of Medicine,
University of Virginia, 519 Riverside Drive,
Lynchburg, Virginia 24504.
Speirs, Robert S., Ph.D., Professor of Anatomy,
Downstate Medical Center, State University of
New York, 450 Clarkson Avenue, Brooklyn, New
York 11203.
Sperry, Roger Wolcott, A.B., A.M., Ph.D., Hixon
Professor of Psychobiology, Division of Biology,
California Institute of Technology. Pasadena,
California 91104.
Spicer, Samuel S., M.D., Professor of Pathology,
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Department of Pathology, Medical Universit?y
of South Carolina, 80 Barre Street, Charleston,
South Carolina 29401.
Spies, Harold G., Ph.D., Chairman, Reproductive
Physiology, Oregon Regional Primate Researc.h
Center, 505 N. W. 185th Avenue, Beaverton,
Oregon 97005.
Spinner, Morton, M. D., Associate Clinical Professor (Orthopedics), Albert Einstein College
of Medicine, 580 Rockaway Parkway, Brookl&
New Yorh 11212.
Spira, Arthur W.,Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Dopartment of Anatomy, Faculty of Medicine; The
Uniuersity of British Columbia, Vancouver 0 ,
British Columbia.
Spirtos, Basil N., M.D., Montebello Medicat Center,
2101 West Beverly Boulevard, Montebello, Cali.
fornia 90640.
Spofford, Walter R., Ph.D., Aguila-Rancho, Portal,
Arizona 85632.
Sprague, James Mather, Ph.D. (Exec. Com., '71'75), Professor and Chairman, Departmemt
of Anatomy, School of Medicine, University
of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
19104.
Spratt, Nelson T., Jr., A.B., Ph.D., Professor of
Zoology, Department of Zoology, University of
Minnesota. Minneapolis, Minnesota 55455.
Spyker, Joan Marie, R.P.T., Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Department of Anatomy, School of Medicine, University of Virginia, Charlottesville,
Virginia 22901.
Srebnik, Herbert H., Ph.D., Professor of Anatomy,
Department of Physiology-Anatomy, Universiiy
of California, BerkeEey, California 94720.
Stein, Bennett M., M.D., Professor of Neurosurgery, Tufts University, School of Medicine,
171 Harrison Ave., Boston, Mass. 02111.
Stein, Kathryn F., Ph.D., Professor Emeritus of
Biological Sciences, Clapp Laboratory, Mount
Holyoke College, South Hadley, Mass. 01075.
Steinberg, Minnie Heller, B.S., Ph.D., Research
Assistant (Instructor), University of Chicago,
1546 N. Hornan Avenue, Chicago, Illinois 6065:1.
Steinberger, Emil, M.S., M.D., Professor and Director, Program in Reproductive Biology and
Reproductive Endocrinology, The University cf
Texas Medical School a t Houston, 6400 Wec:t
Cullen Street, Houston, Texas 77025.
Stell, William Kenyon, Ph.D., M.D., Assistant
Professor of Ophthalmology, Jules Stein Eye Institute, U.C.L.A. Center for the Health Sciences,
Los Angeles, California 90024.
Stellar, Eliot, A.B., M.Sc., Ph.D., Professor of
Physiological Psychology in the Department
of Anatomy, Director, Institute of Neurologicd
Sciences, Department of Anatomy and Instituie
of Neurological Sciences, University of Penitsytvania, Schoot of Medicine, PhiZadeZphirz,
Pennsylvania 19104.
Stelzner, Dennis J., Ph.D., Assistant Professor,
Department of Anatomy, State University c ~ f
New York, Upstate Medical Center, Syracuse,
New York 13210.
Stempak, Jerome G., B.S., M.S., Ph.D., Department of Anatomy, State University of Neiw
York, 450 Clarkson Avenue, Brooklyn, Neiw
York 11203.
Stensaas, Larry J., Ph.D., Associate Professor of
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Physiology, School of Medicine, University of
Utah, Salt Lake City, U t a h 84115.
Sterling, Peter, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of
Anatomy, Department o f Anatomy, University
o f Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
19104.
Sterman, Maurice B., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of
Anatomy and Physiology, Department o f Anatomy, Center f o r Health Sciences, University of
California, Los Angeles, California 90024.
Stern, Irving B., D.D.S., Professor of Periodontics,
University o f Washington, School o f Dentistry,
Seattle, Washington 98105.
Stem, Jack T., Jr., Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Department o f Anatomy, University o f Chicago,
1025 E . 5 7 t h Street, Chicago, Illinois 60637.
Stevens, Leroy C., Ph.D., Staff Scientist, T h e J a c k
son Laboratory, Bar Harbor, Maine 04609.
Stevens, Walter, Jr., Ph.D., Associate Professor,
Department o f Anatomy, 2C111 Medical Center, University o f Utah, Salt Lake City, U t a h
84112.
Stilwell, Donald L., Jr., M.D., Associate Professor
of Anatomy, School of Medicine, Department of
Anatomy, Stanford, California 94305.
Stone, Leon S. (Vice Pres., ' 5 G 5 6 ) Ph.B., Ph.D.,
D.Sc. (Hon.), Bronson Professor Emeritus of
Comparative Anatomy, School of Medicine, Yale
University, 100 Bedford Ave., Hamden, Connecticut 06517.
Stotler, William A., A.B., M.S., Ph.D., Professor of
Anatomy, University of Oregon Medical School,
Portland, Oregon 97201.
Straus, Loma P., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Biology and Anatomy, Department o f Anatomy,
University o f Chicago, 1029 E. 57th St., Chicago, Illinois 60637.
Strauss, Fritz, M.D., Professor of Anatomy, Department o f Anatomy, University o f B e m e ,
Buehlstrasse 26, 3012 B e m e , Switzerland.
Stromberg, Melvin W., B.S., D.V.M., Ph.D., Professor and Head, Department o f Veterinary
Anatomy, School o f Veterinary Science and
Medicine, Purdue University, Lafayette, Indiana
47907.
Strominger, Norman L., Ph.D., Associate Professor, Department o f Anatomy, Albany Medical
College o f Union University, Albany, N e w Y o r k
12208. Visiting Associate Professor, Department
of Psychology, State University of New York
a t Albany.
Stuart, Douglas G., Ph.D., Professor of Physiology,
School o f Medicine, University o f Arizona, T u c son, Arizona 85721.
Stultz, Walter A,, Ph.D., Professor Emeritus of
Anatomy, School of Medicine, University of
Vermont, Burlington, Vermont, and Senior Lecturer in Anatomy, School o f Medicine, University o f California, S a n Diego, L a Jolla, California
92037.
Stumpf, Walter E., M.D., Ph.D., Associate Professor. Departments o f Anatomy and P h a n a c o l ogy, Laboratories for Reproductive Biology,
School o f Medicine, University o f North Carolina, Chapel Hill, North Carolina 27514.
Stunkard, Horace W., B.S., A.M., Ph.D., Sc.D.,
T h e American M u s e u m o f Natural History, Central Park W e s t at 7 9 t h Street, N e w Y o r k , N e w
Y o r k 10024.
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Sucheston, Martha E., Ph.D., Assistant Professor,
Department of Anatomy, College of Medicine,
Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio 43210.
Sulkin, Norman M., M.A., Ph.D., William Neal
Reynolds Professor of Anatomy and Chairman
of the Department, B o w m a n Gray School of
Medicine, W a k e Forest College, Winston-Salem,
North Carolina 271 06.
Summers, Robert G.,Ph.D., Assistant Professor,
Department o f Zoology, University o f Maine,
Orono, Maine 04473.
Sundararaj, Bangalore I., Ph.D., Reader in Zoology,
Department of Zoology, University o f Delhi,
Delhi 7,India.
Sundberg, R. Dorothy, B.S., M.A., Ph.D., M.D., Professor of Anatomy; St& Hematologist, University of Minnesota Hospitals, Department of
Anatomy, University o f Minnesota, Minneapolis,
Minnesota 55455.
Sunderland, Sydney, Kt., C.M.G., B.S., M.B., D.Sc.,
M.D. (Melb.), Hon. M.D. (Tas.), F.R.A.C.S.,
F.R.A.C.P., F.A.A., Professor of Experimental
Neurology, University o f Melbourne Medical
Center, Grattan Street, Parhville 3052, Victoria,
Australia.
Sundsten, John W., Ph.D., Associate Professor,
Department o f Biological Structure, School o f
Medicine, University o f W a s h i n g t o n , Seattle,
Washington 98195.
Susi, Frank R., D.M.D., Ph.D., Assistant Professor
of Oral Pathology and Assistant Professor of
Anatomy, Department o f Anatomy, T u f t s University Schools o f Medicine and Dental Medicine, 136 Harrison Avenue, Boston, Massachusetts 0211 I .
Suter, Daniel B., Ph.D., Professor and Chairman,
Dept. of L i f e Sciences, Eastern Mennonite COG
lege, Hanisonburg, Virginia 22801.
Sutin, Jerome, Ph.D., Professor and Chairman,
Department o f Anatomy, Division o f Basic
Health Sciences, Emory University, Atlanta.
Georgia 30322.
Sutton, Jerry S., M.D., Department of Radiology,
University of California Medical Center, San
Francisco. California, 20 Circle Drive, Apt. J,
Tiburon, California 94920.
Suzuki, Howard K., Ph.D., Professor and Acting
Dean Colleqe o f Health Related Professions;
Professor of Neurosciences, College of Medicine,
University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida 32601.
Swan, Roy C., M.D., (Exec. Com., '70-'74),
Joseph Hinsey Professor of Anatomy and Chairman, Department of Anatomy, Cornell University Medical College, 1300 Y o r h Avenue, N e w
Y o r k , N e w Y o r k 10021.
Swank, Roy Laver, Ph.D., M.D., Professor of Neurology, University o f Oregon Medical School,
Portland, Oregon 97201.
Swanson, Ernest A., Jr., Ph.D., Associate Professor,
Department of Anatomic Sciences, T e m p l e University, School o f Dentistry, 3223 North Broad
Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 191 40.
Swartz, Frank J., Ph.D., Professor of Anatomy,
School o f Medicine, University o f Louisville,
Health Sciences Center, Louisville, Kentucky
40202.
Swartz, Gordon E., B.A., M.A., Ph.D., Professor,
Department o f Biology, State University o f N e w
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Y o r k at Buffalo, 3435 M a i n Street, B u f f a l o , N e w
Y o r k 14214.
Swartz, Wm. J., Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Department o f Anatomy, School o f Dentistry, University o f Maryland, Baltimore, Maryland
21 201.
Swett, John Emery, Ph.D., Associate Professor,
Department o f Anatomy, University o f Colorado
Medical School, 4200 East N i n t h Avenue, Denver, Colorado 80220.
Swigart, Richard H., Ph.D., Professor of Anatomy.
School of Medicine, University of Louisville
Health Sciences Center, Louisville, Kentucky
40202.
Swindler, Daris R., Ph.D., Department of Anthropology, Regional Primate Research Center, UnG
versity of W a s h i n g t o n , Seattle, W a s h i n g t o n
98105.
Swingle, W. W., A.B., A.M., Ph.D., Henry Fairfield
Osborn Professor of Biology, Princeton University, Princeton, N e w Jersey 08540.
Swinyard, Chester A., Ph.D., M.D., Professor of
Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, N e w Y o r k
University School of Medicine, 400 East 34th
Street, N e w Y o r k , N e w Y o r k 1001 6.
Szabo, Andrew D.,M.D., Assistant Professor, Department o f Anatomy, College o f Medicine,
Howard University, W a s h i n g t o n D.C. 20001.
Szabo, George, Ph.D., Principal Research Associate
i n Oral Biology and Pathophysiology (Anatomy)
and Member of the Faculty of Medicine, Harvard School of Dental Medicine, 118 Longwood
Avenue, Boston, Massachusetts 02115.
Szabo, Janos, M.D., Professor, Department of
Anatomy, Faculty of Medicine, University o f
Ottawa, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, K1N 6N5.
Szentagothai, John, Professor of Anatomy, Anatomical Department. Semmelweis University
Medical School, Budapest, Hungary.
Szepsenwol, Josel, M.D., Department o f Anatomy,
University o f Puerto Rico School of Medicine,
S a n Juan, Puerto Rico 00905.
Szollosi, Daniel G., Ph.D., Associate Professor,
Department o f Biological Structure, School o f
Medicine, University o f W a s h i n g t o n , Seattle,
Washington 98195.
Taber Pierce, Elizabeth, Ph.D., Assistant Professor
of Anatomy, School o f Medicine, Haruard University, 25 Shattuck Street, Boston, Massachusetts 02115.
Taber, Elsie, B.S., M.A., Ph.D., Professor, Departm e n t of Anatomy, Medical College of South
Carolina, 80 Barre St., Charleston, South Carolina 29401.
Taher, Skeikh Abu, M.B.B.S., M.Sc. (Anat.), Professor and Head, Department of A n a t o m y , Gove r n m e n t Medical College, Berhampur. Orissa,
rndia.
Takano, Kiichi, M.D., D.M.Sci., Senior Scientist,
Takeda Chemical Industries, Ltd., 6-3-6Himurocho, Takatsuki, J a p a n 569.
Talbert, George B., B.S., M.A., Ph.D., Associate
Professor, Department of Anatomy, Downstate
Medical Center, State University of N e w Y o r k ,
Brooklyn, N e w Y o r k 11203.
Tandler, Bernard, Ph.D., Associate Professor of
Oral Biology and Medicine, School o f Dentistry.
Case W e s t e r n Reserve University, Cleveland,
Ohio 44106.
Tang, Pei Chin, Ph.D., Associate Professor o.E
Physiology, The Chicago Medical School, 2020
W . Ogden Ave., Chicago, Illinois 60612.
Tanimura, Takashi, M.D., Dr. Med. Sci., Lecturer,
Department o f Anatomy, Faculty of Medicine,
Kyoto University, Sakyo-ku, Kyoto, Japan.
Tanyol, Hasib, M.D., 4116 Fountain Green Road.
Lafayette Hill, Pennsylvania 19144.
Tappen, Neil Campbell, A.B., M.A., Ph.D., Department of Anthropology, University o f Wisconsin, Milwaukee, 3203 Downer Avenue, Milwaukee, W i s c o n s i n 5321 l .
Tarby, Theodore J., Ph.D., Assistant Professor.,
Department of Anatomy, university o f Coloradcl
Medical Center, 4200 East N i n t h Avenue, Den.,
ver, Colorado 80220.
Taslitz, Norman, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Department of Anatomy, School of Medicine, Case
W e s t e r n Reserve University, 2109 Adelberl
Road, Cleveland, Ohio 44106.
Tassoni, Joseph P., Ph.D., Associate Professor,
Department of Anatomy, N e w Jersey College of
Medicine and Dentistry, 100 Bergen Street,
Newark, N e w Jersey 071 03.
Taylor, Anna Newman, Ph.D., Associate Professor,
Department of Anatomy, School o f Medicine,
University o f California, Los Angeles, California
90024.
Taylor, John J., B.A., M.S., Ph.D., Associate Professor, Department of Anatomy, St. Louis University School o f Medicine, 1402 Grand Boulevard, St. Louis, Missouri 63104.
Tebo, Hey1 G.,M.A., D.D.S., Professor, Department
of Anatomy, T h e University o f Texas at Houston
Dental Brunch, P. 0. Box 20068,Houston, T e x a s
77025.
Teichman, Robert J., Ph.D., Assistant Professor,
Department of Anntomy a n d Reproductive Biology, School o f Medicine, University of Hawaii,
Honolulu, Hawaii 96822.
Tejasen Tejatat, M.D., Ph.D., Dean o f t h e Students, Department o f Anatomy, Faculty o f Medicine, Chiang Mai University, Chiang Mai, Thailand.
Telford, Ira R., Ph.D., Professor of Anatomy,
School of Medicine, Georgetown University,
3900 Reservoir Road N.W., W a s h i n g t o n D.C.
20007.
Templeton, McCormick, Ph.D., Assistant Professor,
Department o f Anatomy, School o f Dentistry,
University o f Southern California, Los Angeles,
California 90007.
Tennyson, Virginia M., Ph.D., Associate Professor,
Department of Pathology, Division of Neuropathology, Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons, 630 W e s t 168th Street,
N e w Y o r k , N e w Y o r k 10032.
Terrill, Clair E., B.S., Ph.D., Staff Scientist, National Program S t a f f , Agricultural Research
Service, Agricultural Research Center, U . S .
Department o f Agriculture, Beltsville, Maryl a d 20705.
Terzakis, John A., M.D., Assistant Clinical Professor of Pathology, College o f Physicians and
Surgeons, Columbia University, Department
of Pathology, Lenox Hill Hospital, 77th St. and
Park Avenue, N e w Y o r k , N e w Y o r k 10021.
Thaemert, Jona C., B.S.,M.A., Ph.D., Head, Section of Electron Microscopy, Congenital Heart
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Disease Research and Training Center, Hektoen Institute for Medical Research, 637 South
Wood Street, Chicago, Illinois 60612.
Theiler, Karl, M.D., Professor of Anatomy, Anatomisches Institut, University of Zurich, Gloriastrasse 19 Zurich, Switzerland.
Thomas, Carolyn Eyster, Ph.D., Associate Professor in Anatomy, Department of Anatomy,
The Chicago Medical School, 2020 W. Ogden
Avenue, Chicago, Illinois 60612.
Thomas, Thurlo B., S.B., M.A., Ph.D., Professor of Zoology and Chairman, Department of
Biology, Carleton College, Northfield, Minnesota 55057.
Thompson, I. MacLaren, B.Sc., M.B., Ch.B.,
F.R.S.C., F.R.S.E. (Exec. Com., '61-'€is), Professor Emeritus of Anatomy, Department of
Anatomy, Medical College, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Canada.
Thompson, James Scott, M.A., M.D., Professor and
Chairman, Department of Anatomy, Faculty of
Medicine, University of Toronto, Toronto 5,
Ontario, Canada.
Thompson, Robert, Ph.D., Professor, Department of Psychology, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, Louisiana 70803.
Thompson, William M., Ph.D., Director, Research
Computation Center, University of Texas Medical Branch, Galveston, Texas 77550.
Thorek, Philip, M.D., B.S., F.A.C.S., F.I.C.S.,
Assistant Professor of Surgery, University of
Illinois, Associate Professor of Surgery, Cook
County Graduate School, 25 E. Washington
Street, Chicago, Illinois 60602.
Thornburg, Wayne, Ph.D., Associate Professor,
Department of Cytology, Dartmouth Medical
School, Hanover, New Hampshire 03755.
Thornton, Charles S., Ph.D., Professor and Chairman of Zoology, Michigan State University,
431 Clifton BoulevaTd, East Lansing, Michigan 48823.
Thurow, Gordon R., Ph.D., Associate Professor
of Biology, Western Illinois University, 712
Madelyn, Macomb, Illinois 61455.
Tibbitts, F. Donald, B.A., M.A., Ph.D., Associate Professor, Department of Biology, University of Nevada, Reno, Nevada 89507.
Tichauer, Erwin R., Sc.D., P.E., Professor of Biomechanics, The Center for Safety, New York
University; Director, Division of Biomechanics,
Institute of Rehabilitation Medicine, New York
University Medical Center, 400 E. 34 St., Ne7u
York, New York 10016.
Tigges, Johannes W., Ph.D., Neuroanatomist,
Associate Professor in Anatomy, Yerkes Regional Primate Research Center, Emory University, Atlanta, Georgia 30322.
Tigges, Margarete H., Ph.D., Research Associate, Yerkes Regional Primate Research Center, Emory University, Atlanta, Georgia 30322.
Timmer, Richard F., M.D., Ph.D., Dean's Office, University of Texas Medical Branch, Galveston. Texas 77550.
Tobin, Charles E., Ph.D., Professor of Human
Biology, School of Dentistry, University of
Colorado Medical Center, Denver, Colorado
80220.
Tomanek, Robert J., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of
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Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa 52240.
Tomasch, Joseph J., M.D., Professor and Chairman, Department of Anatomy, Pahlavi University, Shiraz, Iran.
Tompkins, Edna H., M.D., retired, 60 Phillips
Avenue, Pigeon Cove, Massachusetts 01967.
Tonna, Edgar A., Ph.D., F.R.M.S., Professor of
Histology, College of Dentistry, New York University, Director, Laboratory for Cellular Research, Institute for Dental Research, New
Yorh University, College of Dentistry, 339
East 25th Street, New York, New York 10010.
Tormey, John McD., M.D., Associate Professor of
Physiology, School of Medicine, University of
California, Los Angeles, California 90024.
Toro, Imr6 (Emeric), M.D., Head, Morphology
Department, Institute of Experimental Medicine, Hungarian Academy of Sciences; Director, Department of Histology and Embryology,
University Medical School, Budapest, IX,
Tiizoltd U . 58, Hungary.
Torpin, Richard, A.B., B.S., M.D., Professor of
Obstetrics and Gynecology, Medical College of
Georgia, Augusta, Georgia, 261 8 Waltan Way,
Augusta, Georgia 30904.
Towers, Bernard, M.B., Ch.B. (Liv.), M.A.
(Cantab. ), Professor, Departments of Pediatrics
and Anatomy, School of Medicine, U.C.L.A.,
Los Angeles, California 90024.
Townes, Philip L., Ph.D., M.D., Professor of Anatomy (Genetics), Chairman of Division of Genetics, and Assistant Professor of Pediatrics,
University of Rochester SchooZ of Medicine
and Dentistry, 260 Crittenden Blvd., Rochester, New York 14620.
Traurig, Harold H., Ph.D., Associate Professor of
Anatomy, University of Kentucky Medical
Center, Lexington, Kentucky 40506.
Travill, Anthony A., M.B., B.S., M.R.C.S.,
L.R.C.P., M.Sc. (Med.), Professor and Head,
Department of Anatomy, Queen's University,
Kingston, Ontario, Canada.
Troiano, Marlin F., D.D.S., Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Department of Oral Surgery, The 0h.io
State University, 305 W. 12th Avenue, Columbus, Ohio 43210.
Trotter, Mildred, A.B., Sc.M., Ph.D., Sc.D. (hon.),
(Exec. Corn., '69-'73), Professor Emeritus and
Lecturer in Anatomy, School of Medicine,
Washington University, 660 South Euclid Avenue, St. Louis, Missouri 63110.
Trotter, Nancy Louisa, Ph.D., Associate Professor
of Anatomy, Jefferson Medical College, Thomas
Jefferson University, Box 95, R. D. #1, Enon
Valley, Pennsylvania 16120.
Trotter, William D., M.B., Ch.B. (N.Z.),
D.Phi1.
(Oxon), Professor of Anatomy, University of
Otago Medical School, Great King Street.
Dunedin, New Zealand.
Troyer, J. Robert, Ph.D., Professor of Anatomy,
Department of Anatomy, School of Medicine,
Temple University, 3400 North Broad Street,
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19140.
Truex, Raymond C., Ph.D., (Exec. Com., '59'61; President, '70-'71), Professor of Anatomy,
School of Medicine, Temple University, 3400
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N . Broad Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
19140.
Truscott, B. Lionel, Ph.D., M.D., Director, Stroke
Program, Association for the North Carolina Regional Medical Program; Professor of Neurology, Bowman Gray School of Medicine, 460
Briarlea Road, Winston-Salem, North Carolina
271 04.
Tsai, Hsi-Kuei, M.D., Assistant Professor, Departm e n t o f Anatomy, College o f Medicine, National T a i w a n University, Taipei, Taiwan, Republic o f China.
Tsouras, Sotirios J., Professor and Head, Department of Histology and Embryology, Medical School, University o f Thessaloniki, Thessaloniki, Greece.
Tsubokawa, Takashi, M.D., M.D.Sc., Neurosurgeon, Department o f Neurosurgery, Schoo2 o f
Medicine,
Nihon
University, ltabashi-Ku,
Tokyo, Japan.
Tunturi, Archie Robert, A.B., M.S., Ph.D., M.D.,
Associate Professor of Anatomy, Department
of Anatomy, University o f Oregon Medical
School, 3181 S. W . S a m Jackson Park Road
Portland, Oregon 97201.
Turner, C. Donnell, Ph.D., Professor Emeritus,
Biological Sciences, Duquesne University, Pittsburgh. Home address: c / o Dr. Osamu Asakawa,
No. 21 Higashi Shirakabecho, Higashi-ku, Nagoya, Japan.
Turner, Charles W., B.S., A.M., Ph.D., Professor Emeritus of Dairy Husbandry, 203 Eckles
Hall, University of Missouri, Columbia, Missouri 65201.
Turner, Robert Stuart, A.B., Ph.D., Professor of
Anatomy, Stanford
University, California
94305.
Tyler, Walter S., D.V.M., Ph.D., Professor of
Anatomy, Department o f Anatomy, School of
Veterinary Medicine, University o f California
at Davis, Davis, California 95616.
Tyson, Greta E., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of
Pathology, School o f Medicine, University of
Maryland, Howard Hall, Baltimore, Maryland
21201.
Ulinski, Philip S., Ph.D., Assistant Professor,
Department o f Anatomy, School o f Dentistry,
Loyola University, Maywood, Illinois 601 53.
Ungthavorn, Suchin., M.D., M.Sc., Senior Lecturer, Department of Anatomy, Chulalongkorn
Hospital Medical School, Bangkok 5, Thailand.
Uyeda, Carl K., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Pathology, Department o f Pathology, University o f
Arkansas Medical Center, 4301 W. Markham,
Little Rock, Arkansas 72201.
Valverde, Facundo, M.D., Ph.D., Research Associate, Instituto Cajal, Velazquez 138, Madrid 6,
Spain.
Van Alten, Pierson Jay, A.B., M.S., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Anatomy, Department of
Anatomy, College of Medicine, University of
Illinois, 1853 W . Polk, Chicago, Illinois 60612.
van Breemen, Verne L., Ph.D., Professor and
Head, Department of Biology, Salisbury State
College, Salisbury, Maryland 21 801.
Van Buren, J. M., M.D., Ph.D., Associate Neurosurgeon, National Institute of Neurological
Diseases and Blindness, National Institutes o f
Health, Bethesda, Maryland 20014.
Van Cleave, C. D., Ph.D., Professor Emeritus of
Anatomy, School o f Medicine, University of
North Carolina, Chapel Hill, North Carolina
2751 5.
Vanden Berge, James C., Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Department of Veterinary Anatomy, University o f Minnesota, S t . Paul, Minnesota 55101.
Van der Loos, Hendrik, M.D., Ph.D., Professor of
Anatomy, Department o f Anatomy, T h e j o h n s
Hopkins University School o f Medicine, 725
North W o l f e Street, Baltimore, Maryland 21 205.
Van de Velde, Robert L., Ph.D., Chief, Departm e n t of Histophysics and Histochemistry,
Cedars-Sinai Medical Researclz Institute, 4751
Fountain Avenue, Los Angeles, California
90029.
van Doorenmaalen, William J., M.D., Ph.D.,
Professor and Chairman, Department o f Medical A n a t o m y and Embryology, Medical Faculty, State University o f Utrecht, Janskerkhof
3 A , Utrecht, Holland.
Van Dyke, John H., A.B., M.S., Ph.D., Professor
of Anatomy, H a h n e m a n n Medical College, 235
N . 3 5th Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
191 02.
Van Hoesen, Gary W., Ph.D., Lecturer, Harvard
Neurological Unit, Boston City Hospital, Boston,
Massachusetts 021 18.
Van Huss, Wayne D., Ph.D., Professor, H u m a n
Energy Laboratory, Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan 48823.
Van Mierop, Lodewyk H. S., M.D., Professor, Departments of Pediatrics (Cardiology) and Pathology, University of Florida, School o f Medicine, Gainesville, Florida 32601.
Van Stone, James M., Ph.D., Associate Professor of Biology, Department o f Biology, Trinity
College, Hartford, Connecticut 061 06.
van Tienhoven, Ari, Ph.D., Professor of Animal
Physiology, Rice Hall, Cornell University, Ithaca, N e w Y o r k 14850.
van Wagenen, Gertrude, Ph.D., Lecturer, Depar&
rnent of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Y a l e University School of Medicine, 333 Cedar Street,
N e w Haven, Connecticut 06511.
Vargas, Luis F., M.D., Professor of PathologicalPhysiology, Casilla 2122, Santiago, Chile.
Vaughan, George M., M.D., M.A., Medical Officer,
Clinical Investigation Section, Biomedical Laboratory, Edgewood Arsenal, Maryland 21 010.
Vaughan, Mary K., Ph.D., 6204-B Baker Circle,
Edgewood, Maryland 21040.
Vaughn, James E., Ph.D., Chief of Neuroanatomy and Ultrastructure, Division o f Neurosciences, City o f Hope National Medical Center,
1500 East Duarte Road, Duarte. California
91 01 0.
Vedral, Donald F., Ph.D., 507 Park Lane, Ducanville, T e x a s 75116.
Veilleux, Ren6, D.V., D.M.V., Ph.D., Associate
Professor, Department o f Anatomy, Faculty o f
Medicine, University o f Montreal, Montreal 101,
Quebec.
Velardo, Joseph Thomas, Ph.D., Professor and
Chairman, Department o f Anatomy, Loyola
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University StTitch School o f Medicine, 21 60
South First Avenue, Maywood, Illinois 601 53.
Venable, John H., D.V.M., Ph.D., Professor and
Head of Physiological Sciences (Anatomy,
Physiology, Pharmacology), College of Veterin a r y Medicine, Oklahoma State University,
Stillwater, Oklahoma 74074.
Venzke, Walter George, D.V.M., M.Sc., Ph.D.,
Professor and Chairman, Department of Veterinary Anatomy, T h e Ohio State University,
Sisson Hall, Columbus, Ohio 43210.
Vernall, Donald G., Ph.D., Associate Professor,
Department of Anatomy, T h e Ohio State University, 1645 Neil Avenue, Columbus, Ohio
43210.
Vicari, Emelia, A.B., A.M., 1 Clark Street, Brooklyn, N e w York 11201.
VidiC, Branislav, S.D., Associate Professor of
Anatomy, School o f Medicine, Georgetown University, 3900 Reservoir Road, N . W., Washington, D. C. 20007.
Vilar, Oscar, M.D., Centro de Investigaciones en
Reproduccion, Escuela de Medicina, Universidad de Buenos Aires, Andonaegui 3494, Sucursal 31, Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Vitale-Calpe, R., M.D., Assistant Professor of
Anatomy, Department o f Anatomy, Baylor College o f Medicine, Houston, Texas 77025.
Vitums, Arturs, V.S., Emeritus Professor of Veterinary Anatomy, College o f Veterinary Medicine, W a s h i n g t o n State University, Pullman,
W a s h i n g t o n 99163.
Vollman, Rudolf Friedrich, M.D., Head of Section, Section of Obstetrics and Perinatal Research, National Institutes o f Health, Bethesda,
Maryland 20014.
von Bonin, Gerhardt, M.D., Professor of Anatomy Emeritus, 47 Upland Avenue, Mill Va!ley, California 94941.
Vonderahe, A. R., M.D., Professor Emeritus of
Neuroanatomy, Department o f Anatomy, College o f Medicine, University o f Cincinnati,
E d e n and Bethesda Avenues, Cincinnati, Ohio
45219.
Voneida, Theodore J., Ph.D., Associate Professor
in Anatomy, School o f Medicine, Case W e s t e r n Reserve University, 2109 Adelbert Road,
Cleveland, Ohio 44106.
Votaw, Charles Lesley, M.D., Ph.D., Professor of
Anatomy, Assistant Dean for Curriculum, The
University of Michigan Medical School, O f i c e
o f t h e Dean, T h e University o f Michigan, Medical School, Ann Arbor, Michigan 48104.
Wack, Joseph P., Ph.D., 680 Stewart Avenue, St.
Paul, Minnesota 55102.
Wadsworth, Gladys E., Ph.D., Associate Professor of Anatomy, Department o f Anatomy,
School o f Medicine, University of Maryland,
Baltimore, Maryland 21 201.
Waelsch, Salomc G., Ph.D., Professor of G s
netics, Albert Einstein College o f Medicine,
Eastchester Road and Morris Park Avenue,
Bronx, N e w Y o r k 10461.
Wagner, Marvin, M.D., F.A.C.S., Assoctate Clinical
Professor i n Surgery and Anatomy, Medical
College of Wisconsin, 561 N . 15th Street, Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53233.
Wake, David B., Ph.D., Associate Professor of
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Zoology and Associate Curator, M u s e u m of
Vertebrate Zoology, 2593 L i f e Sciences Buildi n g , University of California, Berkeley, California 94720.
Walensky, Norman A., B.S., M.S., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Anatomy, School o f Medicine, Rutgers University, Teaching Laboratories, New Brunswick, N e w JeTsey 08903.
Walker, Bruce E. Ph.D., M.D., Professor and Head,
Department o f Anatomy, Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan 48823.
Walker, Donald G., Ph.D., Professor of Anatomy,
School o f Medicine, T h e Johns Hopkins University, Department of Anatomy, 725 N . W o l f e St.,
Baltimore, Maryland 21205.
Walker, Leon B., Jr., B.A., M.S., Ph.D., Associate Professor, Department of Anatomy, Tulane University, 1430 T u l a n e Avenue, New
Orleans, Louisiana 70112.
Walker, Warren F. Jr., Ph.D., Professor, Departm e n t o f Biology, Oberlin College, Oberlin, Ohio
44074.
Wang, Harry (HSI), Ph.D., Professor of Anatomy,
Department o f Anatomy, Loyola University
Stritch School o f Medicine, 2160 South First
Avenue, Maywood, Illinois 60153.
Wang, Howard H., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of
Biology, Division o f Natural Sciences, University o f California, Santa CTUZ,California 95060.
Ward, James W., Ph.D., M.D., (Exec. Corn., '66
'69),Professor, Department o f Anatomy, Vanderbilt University, School o f Medicine, N a s b
ville, Tennessee 37232.
Ward, James Wellington, Ph.D., Professor and
Chairman of Anatomy, University of South
Florida College o f Medicine, 4202 Fowler Aven u e , T a m p a , Florida 33620.
Ward, Robert T., Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Department o f Anatomy, Downstate Medical
Center, Brooklyn, N e w Y o r k 11203.
Warfel, John Hiatt, Ph.D., Assistant Professor,
Department o f Anatomy, State University of
N e w Y o r k a t Buffalo, Capen Hall, Buffalo,
N e w Y o r k 14214.
Warner, Francis James, M.A., M.D., Instructor
i n Neurology, School of Medicine, Temple University, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Box 523,
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19105.
Warner, Louise, S.B., Ph.D., Assistant Professor
of Anatomy, Department of Anatomy, Georget o w n University Medical School, 3900 Reservoir Road, Washington, D. C. 20007.
Warner, Nancy E., M.D., Professor and Chairman of Pathology, School of Medicine, University o f Southern California, 2025 Zonal Aven u e , Los Angeles, California 90033.
Warner, Raymond L., Ph.D., Assistant Professor,
Devartment of Anatomy, T h e University of
T e b a t Houston, Dental Branch, Houston,
T e x a s 77025.
Warr, William B., Ph.D., Assistant Professor,
Department o f .Anatomy, Boston University
School of Medicine, 15 Stoughton Street, Bost o n , Massachusetts 02118.
Warshawsky, Hershey, Ph.D., Associate Professor,
Department o f Anatomy, Strathcona Medical
Building, McGill University, Montreal, Quebec,
Canada.
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Washburn, Sherwood L., A.B., Ph.D., Departm e n t o f Anthropology, University o f California,
Berkeley, California 94704.
Waterman, Allyn J., Ph.D., National Institute o f
Child Health and H u m a n Development, National Institutes o f Health, Building 31, R o o m
24-29, Bethesda, ‘Maryland 20014.
Waterman, Robert E., Ph.D., Assistant Professor
of Anatomy, School of Medicine, T h e University of N e w Mexico, Albuquerque, N e w Mexico
871 06.
Waters, Harold, Ph.D., Asst. Biol., Clinical Radiation Therapy Research Center, Allegheny General Hospital, Pittsburgh, Pa. 15212.
Watkins, Dudley T., M.D., Ph.D., Assistant Professor, School of Medicine, University of Connecticut, F a m i n g t o n , Connecticut 06032.
Watterson, Ray L., Ph.D., Professor of Zoology,
Department o f Zoology, University o f Illinois,
Urbana, Illinois 61 801.
Way, John S., Ph.D., Assoc. Prof. of Anatomy,
School o f Medicine, T e m p l e University, 3400
N . Broad St., Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
19140.
Weathersby, Hal T., Ph.D., Professor of Anatomy,
University o f T e x a s Southwestern Medical
School at Dallas, 5323 Harry Hines Boulevard,
Dallas, T e x a s 75235.
Weaver, Morris E., Ph.D., Associate Professor of
Anatomy, University o f Oregon Dental School,
Portland, Oregon 97201.
Webber, Richard H., Ph.D., Professor, Departm e n t o f Anatomy, State University o f N e w Y o r k
at B u f f a l o , Capen Hall, B u f f a l o , N e w Y o r k
14214.
Webber, William A., M.D., Professor, Department
o f Anatomy, University o f British Columbia,
Vancouver 8 , British Columbia, Canada.
Weber, Alvin F., B.A., M.S., Ph.D., D.V.M., Professor and Head, Department o f Veterinary
Anatomy, College o f Veterinary Medicine,
University of Minnesota, St. Paul, Minnesota
551 01.
Weber, John C., D.D.S., Assistant Professor, Department o f Anatomy, Cornell University Medical College, N e w Y o r k , N e w Y o r k 10021,
Webster, Douglas B., Ph.D., Professor of
Otorhinolaryngology and Anatomy, Louisiana
State University Medical Center, Kresge Heari n g Research Laboratory, 1 1 00 Florida Avenue,
N e w Orleans, Louisiana 701 19.
Webster, Richard C., Ph.D., Associate Professor
of Anatomy, School o f Medicine, Indiana University, 1100 W . Michigan Street, Indianapolis,
Indiana 46207.
Weedon, Frederick Renfroe, B.S., M.S., M.D.,
Visiting Professor of Anatomy, Department o f
Anatomy, University o f North Carolina, Chapel
Hill, North Carolina 2751 5.
Wei, Jung-Kuei, M.D., Assistant Professor, Department o f Anatomy, School o f Medicine,
University o f Kansas, Kansas City, Kansas
661 03.
Weinreb, Eva Lurie, Ph.D., Senior Scientist (Cell
Biologist), Geometric Data Corporation, 200
Eagle Road, W a y n e , Pennsylvania 19087.
Weinreb, Stanley, Ph.D., 328 Overhill Road,
W a y n e , Pennsylvania 19087.
Weinstein, B. Bernard, B.S., M.S., M.D., Associate Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology,
Tulane University, 1421 Delachaise St., New
Orleans, Louisiana 70115.
Weinstein, Ronald S., M.D., Department o f
Pathology, T u f t s University School of Medicine,
136 Harrison Avenue, Boston, M A 021 11.
Weinstock, Alfred, D.D.S., Ph.D., Associate Professor, Department of Periodontology, School
of Dentistry, and Associate Professor, Department of Anatomy, School of Medicine, School
o f Dentistry, T h e Center f o r the Health Sciences, University o f California, Los Angeles,
California 90024.
Weinstock, Melvyn, D.D.S., Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Department of Anatomy, McGill University, Montreal 101, Canada.
Weis, Peddrick, D.D.S., Associate Professor of
Anatomy, College of Medicine and Dentistry of
N e w Jersey, N e w Jersey Medical School,
Newark, N e w Jersey 07103.
Weisengreen, H. Henry, D.D.S., Assistant Professor Emeritus, Anatomy, School of Medicine,
University of California, 1779 31st Avenue,
S a n Francisco, California 941 22.
Weiss, Leon, M.D., Professor of Anatomy, Department o f Anatomy, School o f Medicine, T h e
J o h n s Hopkins University, 709 N o r t h W o l f e
Street, Baltimore, Maryland 21205.
Weiss, Paul, Ph.D., M.D. (hon.), Sc.D. (hon.),
Dr. med. et chir h. c., Professor Emeritus,
Rockefeller University, New York, and University Professor, University of Texas; Rockefeller
University, Y o r k Avenue and 6 6 t h Street, N e w
Y o r k , N e w Y o r k 10021.
Weissenberg, Richard, M.D., Professor Emeritus
(formerly Professor extraordinary of Embryology and Histology a t Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universitaet Berlin, Germany), Alden Park Manor,
804-C, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19144.
Weitlauf, Harry M., M.D., Assistant Professor,
Department of Anatomy, University of Kansas
Medical Center, 39th CT Rainbow Blvd., Kansas
City, Kansas 66103.
Weitsen, Howard A., Ph.D., Assistant Professor,
Department of Anatomy Louisiana State University Medical Center, N e w Orleans, Louisiana
70119.
Weitzman, Mary C., Ph.D., Assistant Professor,
Department of Anatomy, Albert Einstein COG
lege o f Medicine, Eastchester Road and Morris
Park Avenue, N e w Y o r k , N e w Y o r k 10461.
Welker, Carol, Ph.D., Research Scientists, Research Department, Central Wisconsin Colony
and Training School, Madison, W i s c o n s i n
53704.
Welker, W. I., Ph.D., Professor, Laboratory o f
Neurophysiology, 283 Medical Sciences Buildi n g , University o f Wisconsin, Madison, W i s consin 53706.
Wellband, Wilbur Arthur, B.Sc., M.S., Ph.D.,
Assistant Professor, Department o f Anatomy,
Medical College o f Georgia, Augusta, Georgia
30902.
Weller, Edwin M., Ph.D., Associate Professor of
Anatomy and Assistant Professor of Biomedical
Engineering, Department o f Anatomy, Univer-
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sity o f Alabama Medical Center, Birmingham,
Alabama 35233.
Weller, W. Lee, Ph.D., NIH Postdoctoral Fellow,
Physiology Department, University of Tasmania, Box 252C, G . P. O., Hobart, Tasmania
7001, Australia.
Wellings, Sefton R., M.D., Ph.D., Professor, Department o f Pathology, School o f Medicine,
University of California, Davis, California
95616.
Wells, Joseph, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Department of Anatomy, College o f Medicine, University of Vermont, Burlington, Vermont 05401.
Wenger, Byron S., Ph.D., Professor of Anatomy,
University o f Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada.
West, Seymour S., Ph.D., Associate Professor and
Acting Chairman, Engineering Biophysics;
Assistant Professor, Anatomy; and Assistant
Professor, Physiology and Biophysics; Department o f Engineering Biophysics, 1919 7 t h Avenue South, University o f Alabama Medical
Center, Birmingham, Alabama 35233.
West, William T., B.A., Ph.D., Associate Professor
in Anatomy, State University of New York College of Medicine, 450 Clarkson Avenue, Brookl y n , New York 11203.
Westergaard, Erik, M.D., Associate Professor, Department of Anatomy C, School of Medicine
University of Copenhagen, Universitetsparken
1 , 2100 Copenhagen 0,Denmark.
Westfall, Jane A., Ph.D., Associate Professor, Department of Physiological Sciences, College of
Veterinary, Medicine, Kansas State University,
Manhattan, Kansas 66506.
Weston, Jean K., Ph.D., M.D., National Pharmaceutical Council, 1030-15th
Street, N. W.,
Washington, D. C. 20005.
Weston, John C., Ph.D., Associate Professor, Department o f Biology, Muhlenberg College,
- . Allentown, Pennsylvania 18104.
Westrum, Lesnick E., M.D., Ph.D., Associate Professor o f Neurological Surgery, School of Medicine, University of Washington, Rl-20, Seattle,
Washington 981 95.
Weymouth, Richard J., Ph.D., M.D., Associate
Professor, Department o f Anatomy, Medical
College o f Virginia, 1200 East Broad Street,
Richmond, Virginia 23219.
Wezeman, Frederick H., Ph.D., Assistant Professor,
Department of Anatomy, University of Illinois
College o f Medicine, 1853 W . Polk St., Chicago,
Illinois 6061 2.
Wheeler, Theodora, A.B., M.D., T h e Knoll-Lake
Shore Dr., Lake Geneva, Wisconsin 53147.
Whetsell, William O., Jr., M.S., M.D., Fellow, Division of Neuropathology, Department of Pathology, College o f Physicians and Surgeons,
Columbia University, New York City 10023.
White, Edward L., Ph.D., Premier Assistant.
lnstitut D'Anatomie, Universiti de Lausanne,
Lausanne, Switzerland.
White, Lowell E., Jr., M.D., Professor of Neuroscience (Neurological Surgery), Chairman, Division of Neuroscience, College of Medicine,
University of South Alabama, Mobile, Alabama
36688.
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White, Robert J., B.S., M.D., Ph.D., Associate
Professor of Neurosurgery, Western Reserve
University; Chief of Neurosurgery, Cleveland
Metropolitan General Hospital, 339.5 Scranton
Road, Cleveland, Ohio 44109.
Whitlock, David G., Ph.D., M.D., (Exec. Corn.
'68-'72), Professor and Chairman, Department
of Anatomy, University o f Colorado Medical
Center, 4200 East Ninth Avenue, Denver, Colorado 80220.
Whitson, S. William, Ph.D., Assistant Professor,
Department of Anatomy, School of Dental
Medicine, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville, Illinois 62025.
Whittier, John Rensselaar, M.D., Director of Psychiatric Research, Creedmoor Institute for Psychobiologic Studies, Creedmoor State Hospitai,
Station 60, Jamaica, New York 11427.
Whitting, Henry W., M.B., B.S., Professor, Department of Anatomy, University of Rhodesia, P. 0.
Box M.P. 167, Salisbury, Rhodesia.
Wicks, Mark S., Ph.D., Instructor, Department
o f Anatomy, Louisiana State University School
o f Medicine in Shreveport, Shreveport, Louisiana 71 101.
Wiedeman, Mary P., Ph.D., Professor of Physiology, School o f Medicine, Temple University,
3400 North Broad Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19140.
Wilborn, Walter H., Ph.D., Associate Professor of
Anatomy, Department of Anatomy, University of
Alabama in Birmingham, Birmingham, Alabama 35233.
Wilcox, Harry H., B.S., M.S., Ph.D., Professor of
Anatomy, Department o f Anatomy, University
o f Tennessee Medical Units, Memphis, Tennessee 38103.
Wilderman, Malbern N., D.D.S.. M.S.; Professor
and Head, Department o f Periodontology, Louisiana State University School of Dentistry,
1190 Florida Avenue, N e w Orleans, L o u t e t a ~
701 19.
Williams, David D., Ph.D., 18312 Roberta Circle,
Huntington Beach, California 92646.
Williams, Roy Griffin, A.M., M.D., Joseph Leidy
Emeritus Professor of Anatomy, University of
Pennsylvania, 421 Kirk Lane, Media, Pennsylvania 19063.
Williams, Stephen Culver, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Anatomy Emeritus, School of Medicine, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia,
Pennsylvania 19104.
Williams, T . Walley, B.S., M.S., Ph.D., Professor
Emeritus of Anatomy, School of Medicine, Medical Center, W e s t Virginia University, Morgantown, W e s t Virginia 26506.
Williams, Terence H., M.D., Ph.D., Professor and
Head of Anatomy, College of Medicine, University of Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa 52242.
Williams, Vick, M.D., Ph.D., Associate Professor,
Department of Anatomy, T h e University of
Texas Health Science Center at Sun Antonio,
7703 Floyd Curl Drive, San Antonio, Texas
78284.
Williams, W. Lane, B.S., M.A., Ph.D., Professor
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and Chairman, Department of Anatomy, University o f Mississippi Medical Center, Jackson,
Mississippi 39216.
Willis, William D., Jr., M.D., Ph.D., Chief of
Laboratory of Comparative Marine Neurobiology, Professor of Anatomy and Physiology,
Marine Biomedical Institute, 200 University
Blvd., Galveston, T e x a s 77550.
Willson, John T., A.A., B.S., M.S.,Ph.D., Associate Professor of Anatomy, University o f Colorado School o f Medicine, 4200 E . 9 t h Avenue.
Denver, Colorado 80220.
Wilson, Andrew S., M.D. (comm), Associate Professor, Department o f Anatomy, Health Sciences Centre, University o f W e s t e r n Ontario,
London, Canada.
Wilson, Doris Burda, Ph.D., Associate Professor of
Human Anatomy, School of Medicine, University o f California, Davis, California 95616.
Wilson, Jack L., Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Department o f Anatomy, University o f Tennessee
Medical Units, Memphis, Tennessee 381 03.
Wilson, James G., Ph.D., Professor of Research
Pediatrics and Anatomy, Children's Hospital
Research Foundation, Elland Avenue and
Bethesda, Cincinnati, Ohio 45229.
Wilson, James Walter, Ph.D., M.D., Associate
Professor of Pathology, D u k e University Medical Center, Department o f Pathology, Durham,
North Carolina 27706.
Wimsatt, William A., Ph.D., Professor of Zoology,
Division o f Biological Sciences, G-45 Emerson
Hall, Cornell University, Ithaca, N e w Y o r k
14850.
Winans, Sarah S., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of
Anatomy, The University of Michigan Medical
School, Department o f Anatomy, T h e University
o f Michigan, Medical Science 11, Ann Arbor.
Michigan 48104.
Winborn, William B., Ph.D., Associate Professor,
Department of Anatomy, T h e University of
T e x a s Health Science Center at S u n Antonio,
7703 Floyd Curl Drive, S a n Antonio, T e x a s
78284.
Windle, William F., Ph.D., Sc.D., (Exec. Com.,
'57-'61; 1st Vice Pres., '66-'68), Research Professor, Denison University. 229 Cherry Street,
Granville, Ohio 43023.
Winkelmann, Richard K., M.D., Ph.D., Professor
of Dermatology, Mayo Graduate School of
Medicine, Rochester, Minnesota 55901.
Winsberg, Gwynne R., Ph.D., Assistant Professor
in Biostructure, Department o f Biostructure,
Northwestern University, 303 E. Chicago Aven u e , Chicago, Illinois 6061I .
Wissig, Steven L., Ph.D., Professor of Anatomy,
School o f Medicine, University of California,
S a n Francisco, California 94122.
Wiswell, Ono B., M.Sc., D.M.S., Associate Professor of Anatomy, University o f T e x a s Dental
Branch, P. 0. B o x 20068, Houston, T e x a s
77025.
Woerdeman, M . W., M.D., Professor Emeritus,
Botticelli Street 10, Amsterdam ( S ) , T h e
Netherlands.
Woerner, Charles A., Ph.D., M.D., Box 128, W e l l s ,
N e w Y o r k 12190.
Wolf, George, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Psychology, Division o f Natural Sciences, State
University of New Y o r k , Purchase, New Ymk
10577.
Wolf, Merrill K., M. D., Professor of Anatomy,
University of Massachusetts Medical School,
419 Belmont Street, Worcester, Massachusetts.
01604.
Wolfe, David E., M.D., Assistant Professor, Department o f Anatomy, T h e Milton S. Hershey
Medical Center, T h e Pennsylvania State University, 500 University Drive, Hershey, Pennsylvania 17033.
Wolfe, J. M., Ph.D., Sc.D. (hon.), Professor of
Anatomy, Albany Medical College o f U n i o n University, Albany, N e w Y o r k 12208.
Wong-Riley, Margaret T. T., Ph.D., Postdoctoral
Fellow, Laboratory of Neurophysiology, National Institute of Neurological Diseases and
Stroke, National Institutes of Health, Bethesda,
Maryland 20014.
Woo, Ju-Kang, M.S., Ph.D., Laboratory o f Vertebrate Paleontology, Academia Sinica, Peking,
People's Republic o f China.
Wood, Eunice M., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of
Biology, California State College a t Long
Beach, Long Beach, Cal. 90801.
Wood, Joe G., Ph.D., Director, Program in Neurostructure and Function, T h e University of
T e x a s Medical School at Houston, T e x a s Medical Center, Houston, T e x a s 77025.
Wood, Richard L., Ph.D., Professor of Biological
Structure, University o f M i a m i School o f Medicine, P. 0. Box 875 Biscayne A n n e x , Miami.
Florida 331 52.
Woodburne, Russell T., Ph.D., (Exec. Com., '55'59; Sec.-Treas., '64-'72; Pres.-Elect, '73-'74),
Professor and Chairman of Anatomy, The University of Michigan Medical School, Department
o f Anatomy, T h e University o f Michigan, Medical Science II Building, A n n Arbor, Michigan
481 04.
Woolley, George W., Ph.D., Health Scientist Administrator, National Institute of General
Medical Sciences, National Institutes of Health,
Bethesda, Maryland 20014, Westwood Apartm e n t s , No. 234, 5300 Westbard Avenue,
W a s h i n g t o n , D. C. 20016.
Woolsey, Thomas A., M.D., Assistant Professor,
Department o f Anatomy, School o f Medicine,
W a s h i n g t o n University, St. Louis, Missouri
63110.
Worden, John L., B.S., M.S., Ph.D., Professor of
Biology, St. Bonaventure University, St. Bonaventure, New York 14778. 141 South Barry
Street, Olean, N e w Y o r k 14760.
Worthington, W. Curtis, Jr., B.S., M.D., Professor and Chairman of Anatomy, Department
o f Anatomy, Medical College o f South Carolina,
80 Barre Street, Charleston, S o u t h Carolina
29401.
Worthman, Robert Paul, D.V.M., M.S., Associate Professor of Veterinary Anatomy, Departm e n t o f Anatomy. College of Veterinary Medicine, W a s h i n g t o n State University, Pullman,
W a s h i n g t o n 99164.
Wotton, Robert M., Ph.D., Professor of Zoology
and Anatomy, Department of Zoology, University of Nebraska, Lincoln, Nebraska 68508.
Wofniak, Witold S., M.D., Department o f Anato m y , Medical Academy of Poznan, 6 Swiecicki
Street, Poznan, Poland.
Wright, Philip L., Ph.D.,Professor of Zoology,
Department o f Zoology, University o f Montana,
Missoula, Montana 59801.
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Wuerker, Raymond B., M.D., Research Associate
U.C.L.A. Hospital, Home address: 11673 Gorh a m k5, Los Angeles, California 90049.
Wyburn, George M., D.Sc., M.B., F.R.F.P.S.G.,
F.R.S.E., Regius Professor of Anatomy, Anato m y Department, T h e University, Glasgow,
W.2, Scotland.
Wynn, Ralph M., M.D., Professor and Head, Department o f Obstetrics and Gynecology, University o f Illinois at t h e Medical Center, 840
South W o o d Street, Chicago, Illinois 60612.
Yackzan, Kamal S., Ph.D., 1708 Chapman Place,
Davis, California 9561 6.
Yaeger, James A., D.D.S., Ph.D., Professor and
Head, Department o f Oral Biology, School o f
Dental Medicine, University o f Connecticut,
Farmington, Connecticut 06032.
Yakaitis-Surbis, Albina, Ph.D., Assistant Professor
of Biological Structure, University o f Miami
School o f Medicine, P. 0. Box 875 Biscayne
A n n e x , Miami, Florida 331 52.
Yakovlev, Paul Ivan, M.D., Clinical Professor of
Neuropathology Emeritus, Harvard Medical
School; Consultant, Neuropathology, Massachusetts General Hospital; Senior Investigator,
Elmer E. Southard Research Laboratory o f
Normal and Pathological Anatomy and Developm e n t o f t h e Brain, W . E. Fernald State School,
P. 0. Box C, Waverly, Massachusetts 02178.
Yamada, Eichi, M.D., Professor of Anatomy, Faculty o f Medicine, University o f Tokyo, Hongo,
Bunkyo-ku, T o k y o 113, Japan.
Yamada, Kazuyori, M.D., B.M., Associate Professor of Histology, Department o f Anatomy,
Nagoya University School o f Medicine, Tsurum a i , Showa-ku, Nagoya, Japan.
Yamadori, Takashi, M.D., Assistant Professor of
Anatomy, Hirosaki University School o f Medicine, Saifucho 5, Hirosaki, Aomori, Japan.
Yanagimachi, Ryuzo, Ph.D., Associate Professor,
Department o f Anatomy and Reproductive Biology, University of Hawaii School o f Medicine,
1960 East-West Road, Honolulu, Hawaii 96822.
Yashon, David, M.D., F.R.C.S.(C), Associate Professor of Neurosurgery, School of Medicine,
Ohio State University, 410 W . loth, Columbus, Ohio 43210.
Yates, Jane Congleton, Ph.D., Research Associate,
Department o f Anatomy, T u l a n e University
School o f Medicine, 1430 T u l a n e Avenue, N e w
Orleans, Louisiana 70112.
Yates, Robert D., Ph.D., Professor and Chairman, Department o f Anatomy, Tulane University, 1430 Tulane Avenue, N e w Orleans, Louisiana 701 12.
Yeager, Vernon L., Ph.D., Associate Professor, Department o f Anatomy, Saint Louis University
School o f Medicine, 1402 South Grand Boulevard, St. Louis, Missouri 63104.
Yellin, Herbert, Ph.D., Physiologist, Bldg. 9,
R m . 1 E-121, Laboratory o f Neurochemistry,
N.I.N.D.S.,
National lnstitutes o f Health,
Bethesda, Maryland 20014.
Ying, Shao-Yao, Ph.D., Instructor, Department o f
Anatomy, Haruard Medical School, Boston,
Mass. 021 15.
Yntema, C. L., Ph.D., Professor of Anatomy,
School of Medicine, State University of N e w
York, Syracuse, N e w Y o r k 13210.
Yochim, Jerome M., Ph.D., Associate Professor
of Physiology, Department of Biochemistry
and Physiology, University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kansas 66044.
Yoffey, Joseph M., D.Sc., M.D., F.R.C.S. (England), Emeritus Professor of Anatomy, University of Bristol, England, Visiting Professor of
Anatomy, T h e Hebrew University-Hadassah
Medical School, P.O.B. 11 72, Jerusalem, Israel.
Yokoyama, Hisako Ogawa. B.S., M.S., Ph.D..
122 Arlington Lane. S a n Jose, California
95129.
Yollick, Bernard L., M.D., Assistant Professor of
Anatomy, University of Texas Dental Branch;
Clinical Assistant Professor of Anatomv. Bavlor Medical School, 4229 Bobbitt Drive, Dallas,
T e x a s 75229.
Yoshinaga, Koji, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of
Anatomy, Laboratory of H u m a n Reproduction
and Reproductive Biology, Endocrinology, Harvard Medical School, 45 Shuttuck Street, BOP
t o n , Massachusetts 02115.
Yoss, Robert E., M.D., Ph.D., Professor of Neurology, Mayo Graduate School of Medicine, Consultant in Neurology, Mayo Clinic, Rochester,
Minnesota 55901.
Young, John Z., F.R.S., M.A., Professor of Anatomy, Department o f Anatomy University College, Gower Street, W C I , London, England.
Young, Margaret B., Ph.D., Assistant Professor,
Department o f Anatomy, The University of
Texas Medical Branch, Galveston, Texas 77550.
Young, Paul A., Ph.D., Professor and Acting
Chairman of Anatomy and Associate Professor
of Neuroanatomy in Neurology, Saint Louis
University School of Medicine, 1402 South
Grand Boulevard, St. Louis, Missouri 631 04.
Young, Richard W., Ph.D., Professor, Department
o f Anatomy, School of Medicine, University of
California, Medical Center, Los Angeles, California 90024.
Young, M. Wharton, B.S., M.D., Ph.D., Professor of Neuroanatomy, School o f Medicine,
Howard University, Washington, D. C. 20001.
Young, William Johnson, 11, Ph.D., Professor and
Chairman, Department o f Anatomy, College of
Medicine, T h e University o f Vermont, Burlington, V e r m o n t 05401.
Youngsbom, Karl A., M.D., Ph.D., Professor, Department o f Anatomy, School o f Medicine, University o f Kansas, Kansas City, Kansas 66103.
Youson, John H., Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Department o f Zoology, Scarborough College, University of Toronto, W e s t Hill, Ontario, Canada.
Yu, Chin Chuan, M.D., Professor, Department of
Anatomy, College o f Medicine, National T a i w a n
University, No. I, ]en-Ai Road, 1st Section,
Taipei, Taiwan, Republic o f China.
Yu, Jen, B.M., Ph.D., Assistant Instructor, Departm e n t of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation,
School o f Medicine, University o f Pennsylvania,
Philadelphia, Pa. 19104.
Yu, Mang C., Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Departm e n t o f Anatomy, College o f Medicine and
Dentistry o f N e w Jersey, Newark, N e w Jersey
07103.
Zabara, Jacob, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Departm e n t of Physiology, School of Dentistry, T e m ple University, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
19140.
Zacharias, Leona Ruth, B.A., M.A., Ph.D., Instructor in Anatomy, 32 Clifton St., Belmont.
Massachusetts 021 78.
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Zagon, Ian S., Ph.D., Assistant Profcssor, Department o f Biological Structure, University o f
Miami, Miami, Florida 331 52.
Zakhary, Rizkalla, Ph.D., Associate Professor of
Anatomy, Department o f Anatomy, School of
Dentistry, University of Southern California,
Los Angeles, California 90007.
Zalewski, Andrew A., M.D., Staff Neuroanatomist,
Laboratory of Neuropathology and Neuroanatomical Sciences, National Institute o f Neurological Diseases and Stroke, National Institutes
o f Health, Bethesda, Maryland 20014.
Zambernard, Joseph, Ph.D., Associate Professor of
Anatomy, Albany Medical College, Albany, New
York 12208.
ZappalP, Antonio, M.D., D.M.S., Ph.D., Professor,
Department o f Human Anatomy, School o f
Medicine, University o f California, Davis, California 95616.
Zeit, Walter, Ph.D., Professor Emeritus of Anatomy, Medical College of Wisconsin, 561 North
15th Street, Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53233.
Zimmermann, Arnold A., Lic.Sc., D.Sc., Professor
of Anatomy Emeritus, University of Illinois and
Baylor University Colleges of Medicine, 815
Woodstock Drive, Bellaire, Texas 77401.
Zimny, Marilyn L., Ph.D., Professor of Anatomy,
School of Medicine, Louisiana State University, 1542 Tulane Avenue, N e w Orleans, Louisiana 70112.
Zitzlsperger, Sigfrid, M.D., Dr.med.habil., Professor of Anatomy, Stritch School of Medicine,
Loyola University, 1400 So. First Ave., Hines,
lllinois 60141.
Zwaan, Johan, M.D., Ph.D., Associate Professor
of Anatomy, Department of Ophthalmology,
Children’s Hospital Medical Center, and Department of Anatomy, Harvard Medical School,
Department o f Ophthalmology, Children’s Hospital Medical Center, 300 Longwood Avenue,
Boston, Massachusetts 021 15.
Zweifach, Benjamin W., Ph.D., Professor of Bioengineering, University of California, Sun
Diego, La Jolla, California 92037.
Zwemer, Raymund L., Ph.D., Director and Executive Editor, Neuroscience Translations, Federation of American Societies f o r Experimental
Biology, 9650 Rockville Pike, Bethesda, Maryland 20014.
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AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF ANATOMISTS
CONSTITUTION
ADOPTED IN 1888
(AS LAST AMENDED IN 1970)
ARTICLEI
Section 1 . The name of the society shall be “American Association
of Anatomists.”
Sec. 2. The purpose of the Association shall be the advancement of
anatomical science.
ARTICLE I1
Section 1 . The officers of the Association shall consist of a President,
a First Vice-president, a Second Vice-president, a Secretary who shall
also act as Treasurer, a Program Secretary, a President-Elect, and a
President-Emeritus. The term of the President shall be for one year.
However, he shall serve on the Executive Committee for one year as
President-Elect and shall continue after his active presidency as a member of the Executive Committee for one year with the title of PresidentEmeritus. The Vice-presidents shall be elected for two years, the Secretary-Treasurer and Program Secretary for four years. In case of absence
of the President and one or both Vice-presidents, the members of the
Executive Committee in order of seniority, shall preside.
As amended at the 81 s t Session, 1968.
Sec. 2 . At the annual meeting next preceding an election, the President shall name a nominating committee of five members. This committee shall make its nominations to the Secretary not less than six
months before the annual meeting at which the next election is to take
place. The nominating committee shall submit two names for each
office. Each nominee must have agreed to serve if elected.
The Secretary shall prepare a printed ballot bearing all names submitted by the nominating committee and provide space for write-in
candidates for each office. This ballot is to be mailed to all members
with the call for papers and advance notice of the next annual meeting
of the Association. Each member wishing to vote should mark his ballot
as directed and return it to the Secretary in an envelope postmarked
not later than 30 days preceding the annual business meeting.
The Secretary will count and record the vote with the aid and certification of two other members of the association.
Any candidate receiving a majority of votes cast shall be declared
elected. In case of a tie or lack of a majority for any office, the two
candidates with the most votes shall be voted on by baIlot at the annual
meeting and the one receiving the greater number of votes shall be
declared elected.
The Secretary and the Program Secretary may be nominated for a
second term without additional candidates for these offices.
As amended at the 81 s t Session, 1968.
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ARTICLE 111
The management of the affairs of the Association shall be delegated
to an Executive Committee, consisting of fifteen members, including
the seven officers. Two members of the Executive Committee shall be
elected annually, and, so f ar as possible, election of members of the
Executive Committee shall be in proportion to the geographical distribution of members. So long as the Association is incorporated in the
State of New York, at least one of the officers or one member of the
Executive Committee shall be a legal resident of that State. Five shall
constitute a quorum of the Executive Committee.
As amended at the 61st Session, 1948.
ARTICLE IV
The Association shall meet at least annually, the time and place to
be determined by the Executive Committee.
As amended at the 71st Session, 1958.
ARTICLE V
Section 1 . Candidates for membership must be persons engaged in
the investigation of anatomical or cognate sciences, and shall be proposed in writing to the Executive Committee by two members, who shall
accompany the recommendation by a list of the candidate’s publications,
together with references. Their election by the Executive Committee,
to be effective, shall be ratified by the Association in open meeting.
(Candidates for membership must have received the doctor’s degree M.D. or Ph.D.
or have had equivalent experience and training, and have either published at least
one independent, defhitive paper - or have, on reliable testimony, been chiefly responsible for one or mere of several substantial papers of joint authorship-upon
anatomical or cognate subjects, and such a paper must have actually appeared i n
print before the meeting at which his name is to be considered. Adopted as a recornmendation at the 58th Session, 1942, but never formally adopted as an amendment.)
Sec. 2 . Honorary members may be elected from those who have
distinguished themselves in anatomical research. Nominations by the
Executive Committee must be unanimous and their proposal with a
reason for recommendation shall be presented to the Association at an
annual meeting, a three-fourths vote of members present being necessary for an election.
Sec. 3. Any corporation or institution interested in anatomical sciences, and in affording support to the Association, may become a Sustaining Associate upon invitation of the Executive Committee and the
President of the Association. Sustaining Associates shall be listed in
the Program of the annual meeting and in the annual list of officers
and members of the Association. The representatives of Sustaining
Associates, unless they qualify also as members, shall not be entitled
to vote, hold office, or present papers or demonstrations at meetings of
the Association.
Sec. 3 Adopted at the 82nd Session, 1969.
ARTICLE VI
Section 1 . The annual dues of the Association shall be determined
at each annual meeting for the ensuing year. A member in arrears for
dues for two years shall be dropped by the Secretary at the next meeting
of the Association, but may be reinstated at the discretion of the Executive Committee on payment of arrears.
Adopted at the 39th Session, 1923.
Sec. 2. Members who have reached retirement status may be relieved of dues on written request to the Secretary.
As amended at the 83rd Session, 1970.
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ARTICLE VII
Section 1. Twenty members shall constitute a quorum for the transaction of business.
Sec. 2 . Any change in the constitution of the Association must be
presented in writing at one annual meeting in order to receive consideration and be acted upon at the next annual meeting; due notice of
the proposed change to be sent to each member at least one month in
advance of the meeting at which such action is to be taken.
Sec. 3. The ruling of the Chairman shall be in accordance with
“Robert’s Rules of Order.”
ORDERS
The following orders have been adopted by this Association:
1. Newly elected members must qualify by payment of dues for one
year within thirty days after election.
Adopted at the 24th Session, 1909.
2. The maximum limit of time for the reading of papers shall be
twelve minutes.
Adopted i n 1941.
3. The Secretary-Treasurer and Program Secretary shall be allowed
their traveling expenses at each session of the Association.
Adopted at the 67th Session, 1954.
4. The Executive Committee shall nominate each year, for election
by the Association at the Annual Meeting, two members to serve as
representatives to the Council of the American Association for the Advancement of Science at the meetings of the Council during the same
year.
Adopted at the 48th Session, 1932.
5. The Executive Committee shall nominate from time to time, for
election by the Association, two members to serve as representatives to
the National Research Council; one to the Medical Division and the
other to the Biological Division respectively, their terms of office to be
3 years.
Modified by resolution passed at the 60th Session, 1947.
6. The Executive Committee shall nominate each year, for election
by the Association, one member to serve as representative to the Biological Stain Commission, the same person to be reappointed from year
to year as the Association sees fit.
(Same as original order adopted at the 48th Session, 1932, except that the name of the Biological Stain Commission was originally the Committee for the Standardization of Biological Stains.)
7. The Executive Committee shall nominate annually, for election
by the Association, a Motion Picture Committee of four members to
cooperate with The Wistar Institute over details of the Institute’s plans
for housing and making available scientific motion pictures of interest
to anatomists and biologists.
Adopted at the 58th Session, April 2, 1942.
(Three members changed to four members at the 62nd Session, 1949.)
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8. The President shall nominate, for election by the Association, a
Committee on The Anatomical Journal Trust (Minot Memorial) Fund,
consisting of 3 members, with terms of appointment so arranged that
one member shall retire at each annual meeting; subject to reappointment if the Association approves. This committee shall have the authority
to expend the income of the Fund, and the Secretary-Treasurer shall
make payments against the income as directed by the Committee.
Adopted at the 60th Session, April 4 , 1947.
9. The Executive Committee shall nominate each year, for election
by the Association at the Annual Meeting, a committee on Anatomical
Nomenclature consisting of a chairman and not more than six other
members of the Association.
( A Committee on Anatomical Nomenclature was appointed at the
2nd Session in 1889, thus having been the first standing committee.)
Adopted at the 62nd Session, 1949.
RESOLUTIONS
The following resolutions are still in force:
1. Resolved, that the Secretary-Treasurer shall accept, on behalf of
the Association, from the Trustee of the Anatomical Journal Trust Fund
(Minot Memorial Fund) the funds of the trust. It is the intention of the
Association to hold the corpus of this fund intact, as a safeguard against
possible emergencies in the publication of anatomical journals in which
the Association may be interested; and to employ the income as may
seem advisable and proper, in view of the Association’s status as a nonprofit corporation, to promote the publication and diffusion of anatomical
literature.
Adopted at the 60th Session, 1947.
2. Resolved, that the Association become a member of the National
Society for Medical Research. The society is established for the purpose
of developing, through organized effort, a better public understanding
and appreciation of the methods and the principles of scientific investigation in the fields of Biology, Medicine, Dentistry, Pharmacy, and
Veterinary Medicine.
Adopted at the 60th Session, 1947.
3. Resolved, that motion picture reels, in order to be included in the
annual program of the Association, must be submitted to a committee
in advance of the meeting. A preview by the committee is required to
avoid serious embarrassment to local medical authorities through the
activities of certain antagonistic groups.
Adopted at the 58th Session, 1942.
4. Resolved, that the Association nominate to The Wistar Institute
Press, editors of The American Journal of Anatomy and The Anatomical
Record.
(Adopted in part, at the 37th Session, 1921, at least
this is the only record we can find in the Proceedings.)
5. Resolved, that the Association pay sufficient money to defray
costs of meetings, so as not to be a burden on the Local Committee on
Arrangements.
Adopted at the 38th Session, 1922.
6. Resolved, that future meetings of the Association will be held only
in such places where all members will be treated equally.
Adopted at the 70th Session, 1957.
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