Warren Lewis, US embryologist

Warren Lewis, US embryologist

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Caption: Warren Harmon Lewis (1870-1964), US embryologist. Lewis obtained his medical degree from Johns Hopkins University, and then began embryology research at the laboratory of Franklin Mall. At the Marine Biological Laboratory (MBL), Woods Hole, Massachusetts, USA, he carried out cytology and tissue culture research. From 1917, he worked at the embryological laboratory of the Carnegie Institution of Washington. He was elected to the National Academy of Sciences in 1936. His awards included the Ross G. Harrison Prize (1960) of the International Society of Cell Biology. Photographed in a laboratory at the MBL.

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