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Lonnie D. Russell, Robert Ettlin, Amiya P. Sinha Hikim,
and Eric D. Clegg

Editors of Histological & Histopathological Evaluation of the Testis

Lonnie Russell was a professor of physiology at Southern Illinois University. He has published well over one hundred papers in the field of male reproduction and has served on the editorial boards of several journals including Biology of Reproduction and American Journal of Anatomy. He is currently the North American Editor of Tissue & Cell. In 1984 Dr. Russell received the Young Andrologist Award from the American Society of Andrology. He has Served on several granting agency review boards. His research interests inclued Sertoli cell function and the contributions of this cell to the spermatogenic process.

Robert A. Ettlin obtained his M.D., Ph.D. in 1972 from the University of Zürich where he received an award for an outstanding thesis. He held positions in the Institute of Clinical Pathology at the University of Geneva and the Federal Institute of Technology and University of Zürich. Dr, Ettlin worked as a pathologist and toxicologist at F. Hoffmann-La Roche & Co. Ltd., Basel and is now Head of Toxicopathology at Sandoz Pharmaceuticals Ltd. He has published more than fifty scientific articles and is a member of numerous professional and scientific societies. Currently he is EUROTOX Secretary General.

Amiya P. Sinha Hikim received his Ph.D. at the University of Calcutta and has published over forty papers in the area of male reproduction. Dr. Sinha Hikim was awarded a Rockefeller Foundation Fellowship to work at Harvard University. Presently, he is a Research Assistant Professor working with Dr. L. D. Russell. His interests are quanititative measures of testis function and testis pathology.

Eric D. Clegg received a Ph.D. at Cornell University. In his first faculty position at Purdue, Dr. Clegg established a basic research program with emphasis on sperm capacitation and properties of sperm plasma membranes; a program that has produced numerous papers. Ten years later he continued his work at Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine. He presently is in the office of research development at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency in Washington, D.C. where he is responsible for development of methods for predicting risk to agents. Dr. Clegg is chair of the workgroup for the Guidelines for Assessment of Reproductive Risk.