Lotte Strauss, (15 April 1913 in Nuremberg, Germany – 4 July 1985), was a German-American pathologist. Strauss, together with Jacob Churg, has given her name to Churg–Strauss syndrome, now known as eosinophilic granulomatosis with polyangiitis.
The Society for Pediatric Pathology annually awards The Lotte Strauss Prize to an individual 40 years of age for contribution to pediatric pathology.
- Allergic Granulomatosis, Allergic Angiitis, and Periarteritis nodosa (with J. Churg). Am J Pathol 27 (1951) 277
- Pulmonary Vasculitis (with K. V. Lieberman, J. Churg). In: A. P. Fishman (ed.): Pulmonary Diseases and Disorders. 2nd ed. New York 1988, 2 : 1138
- Eberhard J. Wormer: Angiologie - Phlebologie. Syndrome und ihre Schöpfer. München 1991, S. 23-25
- American Men and Women in Science 6 (1986) 1088
- Obituary: Lotte Strauss, M.D. International Pathol 26 (1985) no. 3
- Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, Hall of Fame
- "The Lotte Strauss Prize". Society for Pediatric Pathology. Retrieved 14 March 2017.
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