By: Isidore Singer
German physiologist; born in Berlin June 29, 1862; educated at the gymnasium and university of his native city (M.D. 1885), where he became privat-docent in physiology at the latter in 1895, and assistant professor in 1900. For his monograph "Untersuchungen über die Respiration und Circulation bei Aenderung des Druckes und des Sauerstoffgehaltes der Luft," Löwy received a prize from the Smithsonian Institution, Washington, in 1895. Numerous other publications of his have appeared in Pfiüger's "Archiv für die Gesammte Physiologie," in the "Archiv für Anatomie und Physiologie," and in "Virchow's Archiv."