H. Vaskin Aposhian ’48, of Rockport, Mass.; Sept. 9. He was a professor and scientist at Vanderbilt, Tufts, University of Maryland, and the University of Arizona. He taught microbiology, cell biology, molecular biology, biochemistry, pharmacology, and toxicology. His research focused on mercury, lead, and arsenic, as well as gene technology and autism. He mentored numerous graduate students, supervised their research and dissertation, and published several papers in various scientific journals. He retired from the University of Arizona as professor emeritus but remained active in his field for many years writing articles, speaking at conferences, serving as a consultant, and testifying as an expert witness in court cases. He was the recipient of many awards and enjoyed reading, especially military history, the New York Times, and spy novels. He was a World War II U.S. Navy veteran and is survived by a daughter, two grandchildren, and a niece.