Homer William Smith

Affiliations: 
Physiology New York University School of Medicine, New York, NY, United States 
Area:
renal physiology
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(1895 - 1962)
http://www.nasonline.org/member-directory/deceased-members/20001520.html
http://www.nasonline.org/publications/biographical-memoirs/memoir-pdfs/smith-homer.pdf

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Eli Kennerly Marshall research assistant 1918 American University (Neurotree)
William Henry Howell grad student 1921 Johns Hopkins Medical School (Neurotree)
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Walter Bradford Cannon post-doc 1923-1925 Harvard Medical School
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STEINMETZ PR, SMITH HW. (1963) UREA AND THE RENAL CONCENTRATING OPERATION IN MAN. The American Journal of Medicine. 35: 727-36
Hulet WH, Smith HW. (1961) Postural natriuresis and urine osmotic concentration in hydropenic subjects The American Journal of Medicine. 30: 8-25
Boyarsky S, Smith HW. (1957) Renal concentrating operation at low urine flows. The Journal of Urology. 78: 511-524
Baldwin DS, Berman HJ, Heinemann HO, et al. (1955) The Elaboration of Osmotically Concentrated Urine in Renal Disease Journal of Clinical Investigation. 34: 800-807
Deane N, Smith HW. (1955) Fate of inulin and sucrose in normal subjects as determined by a urine reinfusion technique. Journal of Clinical Investigation. 34: 681-684
Smith HW. (1955) COMPARATIVE PHYSIOLOGY OF THE KIDNEY-Reply Jama. 157: 532-532
PAGE LB, BAXTER CF, REEM GH, et al. (1954) Effect of unilateral splanchnic nerve resection on the renal excretion of sodium. The American Journal of Physiology. 177: 194-200
West JR, Smith HW, Chasis H. (1948) Glomerular filtration rate, effective renal bloodflow, and maximal tubular excretory capacity in infancy* The Journal of Pediatrics. 32: 10-18
Chasis H, Redish J, Goldring W, et al. (1945) THE USE OF SODIUM p-AMINOHIPPURATE FOR THE FUNCTIONAL EVALUATION OF THE HUMAN KIDNEY. The Journal of Clinical Investigation. 24: 583-8
Smith HW, Finkelstein N, Aliminosa L, et al. (1945) THE RENAL CLEARANCES OF SUBSTITUTED HIPPURIC ACID DERIVATIVES AND OTHER AROMATIC ACIDS IN DOG AND MAN. The Journal of Clinical Investigation. 24: 388-404
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