Donald Lindberg

Director of the United States National Library of Medicine
Posted 06-24-2018 13:47
Warner was a pioneer in our field but also a person of integrity. He helped those who sought his help.
 He and Caroline and Mary and I were friends at P&S before he wandered West.

The LINC got to Wisconsin because NIH provided it and also training for the WU physiologist who brought it West. He too was a grand person who welcomed Warner and others to the world of small computers near real patients (or cats too if you studied them). 

I can easily believe Warner in departing felt proud of his accomplishments - as well as those of the whole field he created.
 Don Lindberg

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