Albert Montgomery Kligman

Strauss, John S.; Epstein, Williain L.; Lavker, Robert M.; Leyden, James J.
March 1987
Journal of Investigative Dermatology;Mar87 Supplement, Vol. 88, p1s
Academic Journal
Professor and researcher Albert Montgomery Kligman celebrated his 70th birthday on March 17, 1986. Kligman maintains the physical strength, mental acuity, boundless energy and optimism of one beginning a career rather than one who has devoted more than forty years to the study of cutaneous biology. In 1976, the Society of Investigative Dermatology recognized his enormous contributions by awarding him its highest honor, the Stephen Rothman medal. During his career, he published more than five hundred publications on a wide variety of subjects.


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