Maxine Singer Papers 1950-2004 (bulk 1970-1995)
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Brief biographies of selected NIH Directors: Rolla E. Dyer directed the National Institutes of Health from 1942 to 1950. Specializing in infectious diseases, Dyer joined the Public Health Service in 1916. As NIH Director he was instrumental in the establishment of the Clinical Center, the National Heart Institute, the National Institute of Dental Research, and the National Institute of Mental Health. An international authority on nutrition and dietary deficiency disease, William H. Sebrell began...
Biographical Note 1931, Feb. 15 Born, New York, N.Y. 1952 Married Daniel Morris Singer B.A., Swarthmore College, Swarthmore, Pa. 1956 1958 ...
Har Gobind Khorana (b. January 9, 1922, Punjab, India-d. November 9, 2011) was an Indian American biochemist. He shared the 1968 Nobel Prize for Physiology or Medicine with Marshall W. Nirenberg and Robert W. Holley for research that showed how the order of nucleotides in nucleic acids, which carry the genetic code of the cell, control the cell’s synthesis of proteins. Khorana and Nirenberg were also awarded the Louisa Gross Horwitz Prize from Columbia University in the same year. Khorana wa...
Born in New York City, New York on 7 March 1938. Education: B.A., Chemistry, Swarthmore College (1960) ; Ph.D., Rockefeller University (1964). Employment: 1964-1965 Albert Einstein College of Medicine ; 1965-1968 The Salk Institute for Biological Studies ; 1982-1990 Whitehead Institute for Biomedical Research ; 1990-1994 The Rockefeller University ; 1973-1983, 1994-1997 American Cancer Society ; 1963-1964, 1968-1990, 1994-1997 Massachusetts Institute of Technology ; 1997- California Institute of...
Mildred Cohn was a biochemist and biophysicist. She received her Ph.D. from Columbia University in 1938 and was a research associate in biochemistry at several universities (George Washington University, 1937-1938; Cornell University, 1938-1946; Washington University, 1946-1960; Harvard Medical School, 1950-1951). In 1960 she moved to the University of Pennsylvania, where she was professor of biophysics and physical chemistry, 1961-1978; Benjamin Rush Professor of Physiological Chemistry, 1978-1...
Joseph Stewart Fruton was born in 1912. He received a B.A. from Columbia University in 1931 and also earned his Ph.D. in 1934. Fruton served on the staff of the Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research for ten years, before coming to Yale University in 1945. In 1950 Fruton was promoted to the rank of full professor and in 1957 was named the Eugene S. Higgins Professor of Biochemistry. He was named professor emeritus in 1982. Fruton died on July 29, 2007, in New Haven, Connecticut. ...
Professor of Genetics at Stanford Medical School (1959-1978). Lederberg received a Nobel prize in 1958 and became president of Rockefeller Univeristy in 1978. From the description of Stanford University, ACME Project, records, 1961-1973. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 122446055 Lederberg earned his Ph.D. at Yale University in 1947. He taught genetics at the University of Wisconsin before coming to the Stanford University School of Medicine in 1959 as Professor of genetics an...
Biochemistry Professor at Stanford University since 1960, Berg received the Nobel Prize for chemistry in 1980 for "fundamental studies of the biochemistry of nucleic acids with particular regard to recombinant DNA." He was appointed Director of Stanford's Center for Molecular and Genetic Medicine in 1984. In 1967, Berg, working at the Salk Institute, redirected his study of protein synthesis from bacterial cells to tumor viruses. By 1970, this research had led Berg and his associates to conclude...
Watson taught molecular biology at Harvard. From the description of Papers of James Dewey Watson, 1945-1968 (inclusive), 1945-1954 (bulk). (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 76973209 ...
Marshall Warren Nirenberg was born in New York City on April 10, 1927, to Harry and Minerva (Bykowsky) Nirenberg. In 1941, young Marshall developed rheumatic fever, so the Nirenberg family moved to Orlando, Florida to take advantage of the subtropical climate. Surrounded by "a natural paradise," during his teens Nirenberg developed a scientific and aesthetic appreciation for the natural world and became an adept observer of plant life, insects, and birds. He captured these observati...