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by D. W. Lubbers

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D. W. Lubbers
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978-0306416101
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0306416107
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Springer; 1 edition (April 1, 1984)
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Since there are many different tissues and organs in the body, a study of oxygen transport to tissue necessarily involves a great diversity of bodily functions. Furthermore, these tissue functions can be approached from the viewpoint of several disciplines. Lubbers and M. Kessler from Germany, who got together in 1972 to plan a large-scale inter-national meeting and to organize an international society. The first meeting that originated from this combined effort was held in Clemson-Charleston, South Carolina, in 1973 (.

Part of the Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology book series (AEMB, volume 169). The meetings of the International Society on Oxygen Transport to Tissue provide a forum for discussion amongst scientists who, although being from very diverse and specialized backgrounds, have tissue oxygenation as a unifying theme of interest.

Howard J. Halpern is Professor of Radiation and Cellular Oncology at the University of Chicago and Director, NIH . He has been a member of the International Society for Oxygen Transport to Tissue since 1976, serving as President of the ISOTT in 2009

Howard J. Halpern is Professor of Radiation and Cellular Oncology at the University of Chicago and Director, NIH Center for Electron Paramagnetic Resonance (EPR) Imaging In Vivo Physiology. Dr. Halpern is both a physicist, supporting a graduate student as a member of the Committee of Medical Physics and a physician training Radiation Oncology residents. He has been a member of the International Society for Oxygen Transport to Tissue since 1976, serving as President of the ISOTT in 2009.

Series: Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology (Book 645). Hardcover: 338 pages.

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The collaboration started in 1962 and continued until Dr. Knisely’s death in 1975.

On the understanding that few people ever read the preface to any book and also on the understanding that even those few people who do read the preface realize that virtually nothing of any substance is ever said, I shall write at such length as will be proportional to my expected readership. The meetings of the International Society on Oxygen Transport to Tissue provide a forum for discussion amongst scientists who, although being from very diverse and specialized backgrounds, have tissue oxygenation as a unifying theme of interest. The wide variety of research material presented in this volume and the multiplicity of the experimental techniques described, should serve as an adequate gauge to the range of expertise and knowledge of the society's members. Such diversity should also stress the importance of the need for multidisciplinary approaches to complex biological problems. In attempting a fundamental characterization of a biological process such as tissue oxygenation, the application of very many separate research skills are necessary, such as mathematics, engi­ neering, biophysics, biochemistry, physiology, histology and clini­ cal medicine. The success of the ISOTT has - and we hope - will con­ tinue to be causing a combination of individuals to direct their specialized knowledge to the many facets of a single proces- tissue oxygenation.