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The Carnegie Institution of Washington - Department of Embryology (1929)

From left to right:

Warren H Lewis, George L Streeter, Martin Nordmann, Emanuel Fauré-Fremiet, Zygmunt Grodzinski, RH Hunter, Chester H Heuser, Carl G Hartman and Otto Leif Tinklepaugh.


  • Emmanuel Fauré-Fremiet (1883–1971) - was a French researcher and professor at the Sorbonne, and the Collège de France.
  • Zygmunt Grodzinski (1896–1982) - was a Polish embryologist researcher who studied the lymphatic system.
  • Carl G. Hartman (1879-1968) - studied the opossum and rhesus monkey as models of the mammalian sexual cycles. A lab associate at the Laboratory of Embryology in 1925.
  • Otto Leif Tinklepaugh - Institute of Psychology, Yale University.

Tinklepaugh OL. (1929). WHEN IS NORMAL NORMAL?. Science , 69, 428. PMID: 17755631 DOI.

Links: Carnegie Collection

Reference

Photo - Alan Mason Chesney Medical Archives, Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions


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