Death of Dr. Glasgow

Dr. James E. Glasgow, a senior researcher at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, died of brain cancer on October 18 at the age of 55.

Dr. Glasgow was a senior research investigator in the pulmonary- critical care unit at HUP. He had been a part of the Penn community for the past eight years, where he observed how cells move in the human lungs.

Dr. Glasgow received his doctorate from Rice University, and prior to joining Penn he conducted research at Yale, Temple, CW Post Center of Long Island University, Einstein Medical Center and Graduate Hospital. Outside of his work, he was a nautralist, who enjoyed bird- watching, astronomy, photography, reading and hiking.

He is survived by his wife, Nadine Wise Glasgow; his son, Kevin J. Glasgow; a daughter, Karen E.; a sister and a brother.


Almanac

Tuesday, November 7, 1995
Volume 42 Number 11


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