The Paul Berg Papers
- [Paul Berg]
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- CAPTION READS: WINNER OF A 1980 ALBERT LASKER BASIC MEDICAL RESEARCH AWARD
- Dr. Paul Berg (Ph.D.), Willson Professor of Biochemistry, Stanford University School of Medicine (Stanford, California), who
is a winner of a 1980 Albert Lasker Basic Medical Research Award, it was announced today (Thursday, November 20, 1980) by
Mrs. Albert D. Lasker, President of the Albert and Mary Lasker Foundation.
- Dr. Berg won his Award for his key, historic achievements which helped to make recombinant DNA a brilliant reality that has
inaugurated a new age of biomedical and industrial promise.
- Dr. Berg shares the $15,000 Albert Lasker Basic Medical Research Award with three other California scientists. (They are Dr.
Stanley N. Cohen (M.D.) and Dr. A. Dale Kaiser (Ph.D.) of Stanford University; and Dr. Herbert W. Boyer (Ph.D.) of University
of California, San Francisco.)
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- 1 (284,890 Bytes)
- Date Supplied:
- ca. November 1980
- [Albert and Mary Lasker Foundation]
- Albert and Mary Lasker Foundation--Albert Lasker Awards Archives, 1944-. National Library of Medicine, History of Medicine
Division, Modern Manuscripts Collection (MS C 415). Box 7-6.
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- Medical Subject Headings (MeSH):
- Awards and Prizes
- Exhibit Category:
- Molecular Biology and a Changing Academic Landscape, 1980-present
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- Photographic prints
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- Folder: [Selected photographs gathered from the Images from the History of Medicine]
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