Having worked as a clinical researcher at Fred Hutch in Seattle from 1977 until his retirement last year, John Hansen M.D. ’70 is best known for his contributions in advancing bone marrow transplant research, which has had a significant impact on the treatment of immune diseases such as leukemia and lymphoma.
Christian Guilleminaut began his Stanford career as a visiting assistant professor in 1972 and after a short time became the associate director of Stanford’s Sleep Disorder Clinic.
Calvin F. Quate Ph.D. ’50, an applied physics professor and Leland T. Edwards Professor of Engineering, Emeritus, died at his home in Menlo Park on July 6 at the age of 95. Quate worked in relationship with the Manhattan Project and earned many awards for his invention of advanced microscopes.
He was survived by his wife of almost 50 years Joan L’Heureux, who says his passing was a result of complications from Parkinson’s disease.
James E. Howell, a noted economist who was formerly the longest-serving faculty member of the Graduate School of Business (GSB), died on March 29 at his home in Palo Alto. He was 91.
Submit your kind words in memory of Mischa Nee ’20 to The Daily before 5 p.m. Wednesday, April 10, to have them featured in the Thursday edition of The Daily.
Joseph Kott, Ph.D., former adjunct lecturer and visiting scholar of transportation planning in the Urban Studies program, died of a heart attack on Feb. 14 at his home in Oakland.
Longtime radio journalist and KZSU alum Robert J. “Bob” Fuss ’74 died of leukemia Sunday, May 27 at his home in Falls Church, VA.