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    In-Memoriam: Judith E. Adams, MBBS

    Judy was a delightful friend and colleague. her support for the conferences we held in bath and accross the UK was always certain. When we started the NOS national training scheme Judy could always be included in the faculty. She is missed, as I am sure is Peter who sometimes came to conferences with her. We all remember her friendly and cheerful manner, always a pleasure to meet with.
  5. It is with sadness we share the news of the passing of Dr. Michael Kleerekoper after a long illness. Dr. Kleerekoper will be remembered as a prominent physician and scientist who was nationally recognized as an expert in the field of Bone and Mineral Metabolism. Dr. Kleerekoper obtained his undergraduate and medical training, as well as internship and residency, at the University of Sydney in Australia. He then came to the United States for fellowship training in Endocrinology and Metabolism at Washington University School of Medicine and The Jewish Hospital of St. Louis (now Barnes-Jewish). Upon completion of his fellowship, he joined the faculty at Henry Ford Hospital in 1976 and began his research focus in the area of Bone and Mineral Metabolism. While at Henry Ford, he served in various roles as Senior Staff Physician, Director of the Clinical Research Unit, Deputy Director of the Bone & Mineral Research Laboratory, Director of the Center for Osteoporosis Research and lastly, Division Head of the Bone & Mineral Division from 1985 until his departure in 1993, when he left to join as tenured faculty at Wayne State University. At Wayne State, he served as the Director of Research for the areas of Bone and Mineral Metabolism and Gerontology for the School of Medicine. He ultimately joined the faculty at The University of Toledo Medical School where he was Professor in the Department of Internal Medicine and Section Chief of the Endocrinology Division. Mike Kleerekoper was an outstanding investigator, superior physician and an inspiring instructor. He was extensively funded by the NIH, widely published, and was on the editorial board of journals dedicated to osteoporosis. In 2006, Dr. Kleerekoper was recognized with the distinguished honor of Master of The American College of Endocrinology (MACE). His passing represents a loss to the specialty of Endocrinology. Please join your colleagues in sharing your fond memories of Mike. ASBMR will share these messages with his family. Post your memory or condolences below, or consider making a donation in his memory.
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    In-Memoriam: Webster S.S. Jee, Ph.D.

    I am so grateful to Dr. Webster Jee, my Ph.D. mentor, for introducing me to the fascinating field of bone biology and osteoporosis research. He was an outstanding role model and mentor who continued to be a positive influence on my career long after I left his lab. Dr. Jee will be sorely missed as a mentor, friend, and prominent bone researcher. I extend my heartfelt condolences to his son, Ken, his daughter-in-law, Norienne, and other family members. Tom Wronski Professor Emeritus Univ. of Florida
  7. It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Webster S.S. Jee, one of the giants in our field on April 3, 2018. Dr. Jee was born in Oakland, California, where he grew up. He served in the US Army Air Corps during World War II and then earned his B.A. and M.A. from the University of California, Berkeley. Web joined the University of Utah School of Medicine in 1951, where he began his bone research career as an Anatomist/Radiobiologist, eventually receiving his Ph.D. in 1959. Web was Director of the Radiobiology Bone Group/Laboratory and Professor of Anatomy at Utah for nearly fifty years. He not only conceived of, organized, and directed the Sun Valley Hard Tissue Workshop from 1970-2004, but also was instrumental in helping bone scientists in the People’s Republic of China organize their early bone research-related meetings. As the 2003 recipient of the ASBMR Gideon A. Rodan Excellence in Mentorship Esteemed Award, Dr. Jee was a pioneer in the field of pre-clinical bone biology and pharmacology. Web not only did numerous experiments that revealed fundamental principles about bone behavior in the adult skeleton, but also trained over 200 scientists from across the world in his newly developed techniques. His research topics included the earliest morphologic demonstration of dynamic bone remodeling in the adult skeleton; early investigation of the hematogenous origin of osteoclasts; and development/pre-clinical testing of the idea of rescuing low bone mass with an anabolic agent then preserving the new bone with an anti-resorptive agent, a concept that is now used clinically. Many of Dr. Jee’s trainees went on to do pre-clinical and clinical research that contributed to the development of today’s bone therapeutic agents. Web wrote over 800 papers, scientific articles, book chapters, abstracts, reviews, and editorials. The impact of his body of work on our current understanding of bone biology and development of bone therapeutic agents is immense. In addition to his contributions to the bone field, Dr. Jee will be remembered as an innovator, mentor, and man of great grace, humility, and good humor, who was forever devoted to creating opportunities for young scientists. Please join your colleagues in sharing your fond memories of Web. ASBMR will share these messages with his family. Post your memory or condolences below.
  8. It is with great sadness that ASBMR announces the passing of member Dr. Mary Ruppe, M.D. an exceptional physician, researcher, scholar, athlete, and mother, on March 14, 2018 in Houston, Texas. Dr. Ruppe became the endocrinology fellowship program director and director of the bone disease clinic at Houston Methodist Hospital in 2012 as a specialist in treating children and adults with genetic bone diseases. Dr. Ruppe was truly a special person, loved, respected and admired by family, friends, colleagues and patients whose outpouring of sympathy leave little doubt that she had a positive impact on the lives of all she touched. Contributions in memory of Dr. Mary Ruppe may be made to the Shriners Hospitals for Children, Attn: Office of Development, 2900 N. Rock Point Dr., Tampa, FL 33607 or via internet at https://donate.lovetotherescue.org. Join us in remembering Dr. Ruppe’s contributions to the field field by leaving a note or sharing a memory below.
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    In Memoriam: Claude D. Arnaud, M.D.

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    In-Memoriam: Adele Boskey, Ph.D.

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    In Memoriam: Robert Heaney, M.D.

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    In-Memoriam: Adele Boskey, Ph.D.

    I didn't know Adele from the context of being a fellow scientist, but rather from an earlier point in her life. She was a graduate student at BU pursuing a doctorate in Chemistry. I was an undergraduate, rather messy and disorganised myself, and she took me in and helped to provide some much needed stability . So I guess that even then her mentoring career was well underway. Her dedication to her studies was extremely focused and she had to overcome many obstacles in pursuit of her career. She persevered however- even when a computer program glitch at the MIT computer spit out her cards (at that time computers were pretty primitive) and she lost several months of research. The most important thing about Adele was the fact that she was a genuinely kind person. Unfortunately we lost track of each other for many years, and I did not have her married name. Only today, when I did a computer search did I finally find her - sadly too late. May she be remembered for a blessing. Elizabeth Cowen, MSW
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    In-Memoriam: Norman Howard Bell, M.D.

    I’ve spent a 2 years research fellowship with Norman Bell during the mid 1980s. Besides his, kind, honest, gentle and unassuming personality, he was an excellent, very systematic scientist, probably best known for his groundbreaking studies on the interactions between race, body mass and vitamin D-PTH endocrine system, for studies on extra-renal vitamin D activation in granulomatous diseases and other pioneering studies on various aspects of calcium and mineral metabolism. He used to say that in planning a research one should envision the tables and figures at the end, an almost banal advice, but so essential for an unexperienced researcher, which I carried throughout my modest career. I remember Norman Bell meticulously sitting behind his desk in his always opened-door office, writing research proposals, and with the same strictness reviewing others’ research proposals, preparing abstracts for presentations and devoting hours on end cultivating the newly established ASBMR and JBMR. He was excited as a kid when he obtained new equipment, a computerized database, first dual-photon densitometer, his enthusiasm when he realized that the graphs drawn by the new Macintosh computer and laser printer were as good as the ones he carefully drew himself. I didn’t see Norman bell much since then, but I always carry his very unique, humane and scientific, personality in my heart. Yair Liel Beer-Sheva, Israel
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    In-Memoriam: Norman Howard Bell, M.D.

    Here are some photographs from 1986, 1991 and 1997. He was a leading scientist and also had a good sense of humor. Susan Ott
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    In-Memoriam: Norman Howard Bell, M.D.

    I spent quite a bit of time with Norman over the years, either with ASBMR on its first Advocacy Committee or the Association of Osteobiology as the Secretary-Treasurer (I think he was the President). He was always such a kind, gentle and generous person. He was a wonderful host to me in Charleston, and I was quoting recently the terrific evening when he and Ledley took me to an oyster shack in the marshes where we ate oysters freshly dug from the marsh. He will be missed. My sincerest condolences to Ledley and family. Nicky Partridge
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    In-Memoriam: Norman Howard Bell, M.D.

    The Founding Fathers of ASBMR and the modern era of metabolic bone and calcium research are leaving us, but their findings and the ground they prepared for the rest of us will live on. I hope the scientists and physicians behind us don't forget the giants on whose shoulders they stand. Hunter Heath, MD Indiana University School of Medicine Indianapolis
  22. I shall never be able to forget Waynes passing, it will be a day of celebrating my birth and Waynes return to the Goddess. Rest gently dear friend, return when your ready. Hawky
  23. It is with great sadness that ASBMR announces the passing of Norman Howard Bell, M.D., professor emeritus at the Medical University of South Carolina and founding member of ASBMR, on Wednesday, December 6, 2017 at the age of 86. He will be remembered for his keen intellect, traditional values, and remarkable research success. Supported through continuous grants from the NIH, he and his colleagues made great strides in the fundamental understanding of Vitamin D deficiencies and the prevention of osteoporosis. In addition to his research, Dr. Bell mentored young people who are carrying on the research that he initiated. Join us in recognizing Dr. Bell’s contributions to our field by leaving a note, sharing a memory below, or contributing a donation in his honor.
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    In Memoriam: Robert Heaney, M.D.

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    In-Memoriam: Monique Arlot, M.D.

    Monique has been a pilar of Pierre Meunier's, then Pierre Delmas' lab for many years. Rigorous and demanding in the practice of research, she was a reference in the field and contributed largely to the quality and reliability of the research output. A bold character, she also had a human and caring side that those who came to know her over the years could appreciate. Her passing away saddens me ; I will keep very fond memories of her. Luc Malaval
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    In-Memoriam: Monique Arlot, M.D.

    Monique Arlot trained many students, interns, researchers from all over the world who came to Pr Meunier's lab to understand the complex field of bone histomorphometry. I was one of them in 1991. The first contact was somehow rough, as probably, others experienced. But time passed by, and I discovered a fine and thorough scientist with strong pedagogic skills, a good clinician, trully concerned by her patients well-being, and a big sense of humor. So long Monique, we miss you. MH Lafage-Proust
  28. Our community has lost a excellent clinician who was appreciated by her patients and was also a meticulous researcher. Dr. Monique Arlot, M.D. passed away on November 2, 2017. Dr. Arlot was among the first collaborators of Professor Pierre Meunier in Lyon, France. There she participated in research on various bone diseases, including osteoporosis and Paget’s disease of bone. She was an expert in bone histomorphometry, particularly the assessment of dynamic remodeling indices using tetracycline labeling, and performed the bone biopsies in the Department of Rheumatology of the Edouard Herriot Hospital in Lyon. Monique has been a member of the ASBMR for many years. We are thinking of her family and friends, and we send them our deepest sympathy. To share a kind thought or memory of Dr. Arlot, please leave your thoughts below.
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