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U of M Honorary Degree

Warrens Plimpton Lombard
Regents' Proceedings 695

DOCTOR or SCIENCE

WARREN PLTMPTON LOMBARD. For thirty-one years Professor of Physiology in the University and Professor Emeritus since 1923, who has, throughout his career, contributed greatly to the eminence of the Medical School not only by important publications in the field of his specialty but also by his influence in the development of scholarship and research. In the long years of his devoted labors as teacher and investigator he has constantly impressed and inspired his colleagues by his skill and ingenuity in the laboratory, by the range and variety of his interests, especially in etching and his appreciation of the Fine Arts, and by the unfailing spirit of fellowship which endeared him to all.