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Edward Howard Lambert

Born  1915
Died  2003

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American neurophysiologist, born 1915; died July 2003.

Biography of Edward Howard Lambert

Edward Howard Lambert graduated M.D. from the University of Illinois in 1939. Like Eaton, he spent the bulk of his career at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota. He served for may years as professor of physiology at the Mayo Medical School, and in later years also as professor of neurology. His areas of research included neurophysiology, electromyography, and various human neuromuscular disorders.

We thank Alec Rooke for information submitted.


  • D. H. Mulder, E. H. Lambert, L. M. Eaton:
    Myasthenic syndrome in patients with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis.
    Neurology, 1959, 9: 627-631.
  • Griff T. Ross, Donald A. Scholz, Edward H. Lambert and Joseph E. Geraci:
    Severe uterine bleeding and degenerative skeletal-muscle changes in unrecognized myxedema.
    Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism, 1958, 18: 492-500.
  • Bruce A. Evans, Jeffrey K. Yao, Ralph T. Holman, W. Stephen Brimijoin, Edward H. Lambert and Peter James Dyck:
    Structural and Biochemical Effects of Essential Fatty Acid Deficiency on Peripheral Nerve.
    Journal of Neuropathology and Experimental Neurology, 1980, 39, 683-691.
  • K. Sugimura, Anthony J. Windebank, Viswanathan Natarajan, Edward H. Lambert, Harald H. O. Schmid and Peter James Dyck:
    Interstitial Hyperosmolarity May Cause Axis Cylinder Shrinkage in Streptozotocin Diabetic Nerve.
    Journal of Neuropathology and Experimental Neurology, 1980, 39: 710-721.
  • Peter James Dyck, Jeffrey K. Yao, Donald E. Knickerbocker, Ralph T. Holman, Manuel R. Gomez, Alvin B. Hayles and Edward H. Lambert:
    Multisystem Neuronal Degeneration, Hepatosplenomegaly and Adrenocortical Deficiency Associated with Reduced Tissue Arachidonic Acid.
    Neurology, 1981, 31 (8): 925-934.
  • V. Natarajan and H. H. O. Schmid:
    Lipid Metabolism in Peripheral Nerve.
    In P. J. Dyck, P. K. Thomas, E. H. Lambert and R. P. Bunger, Eitors: Peripheral Neuropathy, Volume 1, Chapter 25, pp. 531-561. W. B. Saunders Company, Philadelphia, PA, 1984.

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