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Catharine Kibira

Posted 15 April 2016 - 12:08 AM

I was referred to Dr. Arnaud late in his career and saw him at his beautiful home on the bay. He was a skilled clinician who was able to help ensure that I would walk normally again. He was so compassionate and generous. I will never forget the loving care he gave me.

Lani Simpson

Posted 11 April 2016 - 11:58 PM

Claude was a giant of a man in all ways and most of all, his kind and compassionate nature. He was a wonderful mentor for me. I remember his tiny office at UCSF. I was fortunate enough to observe him with patients. He took his time, asking questions and getting the history needed to sort out complicated bone disorders. I was fortunate to learn early on about parathyroid disease and I have been able to diagnose people in the early stages of primary hyperparathyroidism thanks to Claude.

I owe him so much and I am sorry that I did not get up to see him in the months before he passed.

Lani Simpson
Berkeley, CA

Francis Glorieux

Posted 31 March 2016 - 02:41 PM

Claude guided me through the setting of the PTH assay in my new lab. He was a great mentor and became a close friend. Without him I would not have been able to quickly organize my clinical reswearch program. Staying in his house in Rochester and then in Sausalito will remain a cherished memory. Thank you, Claude

Hector F. DeLuca

Posted 31 March 2016 - 09:43 AM

My association with Claude began when he worked as a postdoctorate with Howard Rasmussen at the University of Wisconsin. It was always a pleasure to work with Claude over the years at many levels as well as some wonderful times based on his great sense of humor. We will miss him.

Hector F. DeLuca
Emeritus Professor
University of Wisconsin-Madison

hank Donahue

Posted 24 March 2016 - 02:26 PM

Sad news indeed. Claude made huge contributions to the field. I did post-doc with Hunter Heath who in turn trained with Claude. Therefore, I knew Claude and had the pleasure of talking science with him on several occasions. He was always encouraging of young scientists and a pleasure to be around.

Hank Donahue
Richmond, VA

Paula H Stern

Posted 24 March 2016 - 02:00 PM

Claude contributed greatly to our understanding of the endocrinology of calcium metabolism, provided significant service to ASBMR and was a good colleague to us in the bone field. We will miss him.

Paula Stern
Chicago, IL

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