Arthur Camerman, BASc’61, PhD’64

Arthur CamermanBorn April 12, 1937, Arthur passed away on  October 23, 2001. A native of Vancouver, Arthur led his graduating class in Chemistry at UBC in 1961, and followed this with a PhD in 1964. His achievements in a career of medical research as a professor at the University of Washington, Seattle, and as cofounder and president of Ardono Research, were recognized by several prestigious research prizes and awards. A scientist and scholar, Arthur was  especially noted for his wonderful sense of humour and his warm and caring personality.

After 10 years Arthur is still deeply and sadly missed, and lovingly remembered by his twin brother Norman, his sister Liliane and their families, and by his nieces, nephews and friends.


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  1. Lani Levine says:

    My husband and I were friends of Arthur Camerman and think of him often. He is indeed greatly missed and remembered, not only by the people cited in the article, but by many friends and by his loving and much loved wife Eve whose name the article somehow missed.

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