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Vaughan (1859-1929) J. W. Warren (1849-1916) W. H. Welch (1887-1934) H. C Wood (1841-1920) Past assistant surgeon, U. S. Navy Medical Dept. Professor of physiology, Harvard Medical School Professor in institutes of medicine and medical jurisprudence, Jefferson Medical College Professor of physiological chemistry, Sheffield Scientific School, Yale Univ. Professor of physiology, College of Physicians and Surgeons, Columbia Univ. Dean and emeritus professor of physiology, College of Physicians and Surgeons, Columbia Univ.
The number of investigations by American physiologists published in medical journals, especially the recently founded Journal ofExperimental Medicine edited by Welch, ensured no lack of material. The committee wrote: It is no less evident that the various expedients that have hitherto served us are growing irksome and disadvantageous. The sending of manuscripts across the ocean, often to be printed in foreign languages, has been a necessary and valuable resource. But the time for this is past.
11. CANNON, W. B. Biographical memoir of Henry Pickering Bowditch, 1840-1911. Mem. Natl. Acad. Sci. 17: 181196, 1922. 12. CHITTENDEN, R. H. John Green Curtis. In: Dictionary ofAmerican Biography. New York: Scribner, 1930, vol. 4, p. 616-617. 13. DONALDSON, H. H. The early days of the American Physiological Society. Science 75: 599-601, 1932. 14. DUNGLISON, R. ). Philadelphia, PA: Lea and Blanchard, 1848, p. 113 and 656. 15. FRANKLIN, K. J. A short history of the International Congresses of Physiologists, 1889-1938.
History of the American Physiological Society: The First Century, 1887–1987 by Edward F. Adolph (auth.), John R. Brobeck, Orr E. Reynolds, Toby A. Appel (eds.)