A Tribute to Werner Braun
It is with heavy heart that I stand before you today on this occasion. It seems only yesterday that Werner Braun was describing, in his usual enthusiastic way, his plans for this meeting. We were in his room at the Campus Inn in Ann Arbor, where we were attending the Cyclic AMP-Prostaglandin Conference last November. Besides the plans for this meeting, we talked about his extensive travel and seminar activities, his council responsibilities, his family, and his particular concern for the health of his wife, Barbara, and then he asked me to read over two rather large manuscripts he had just written. I remember commenting that I wondered how he managed to do so much. He was indeed a dynamo. Three nights later in Bethesda, he suffered a fatal heart attack.
KeywordsChemical Corps Fishing Trip Black Book Bacterial Genetic Friendly Atmosphere
Unable to display preview. Download preview PDF.