In memorium: Herman p. Schwan [1915-2005].

Abstract:

:Herman P. Schwan [1915-2005] was a distinguished scientist and engineer, and a founding father of the field of biomedical engineering. A man of integrity, Schwan influenced the lives of many, including his wife and children, and his many students and colleagues. Active in science until nearly the end of his life, he will be very much missed by his family and many colleagues.

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Biomed Eng Online

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Foster KR

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10.1186/1475-925X-4-21

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Has Abstract

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2005-03-25 00:00:00

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21

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1475-925X

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1475-925X-4-21

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4

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