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'Professor Galveston' has departed. Obituary - Daniel Traber

Donald S Prough, Perenlei Enhkbaatar and Csaba Szabo*

Critical Care 2012, 16:169  doi:10.1186/cc11810

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Sad loss -- I will always remember Professor Traber's resonant voice!

Philip M Kober, JD, MD, PhD   (2012-12-17 10:54)  Kober Law Office

I am very saddened to hear of Dr. Dan Traber's death. I am honored to have known him since my days in graduate school in physiology at Loyola University of Chicago. I will always remember his resonant voice -- "Traber, Galveston" -- at American Physiological Society, FASEB, and Shock Society meetings. He will be missed!

Philip M. Kober, JD, MD, PhD

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