Dr. Philpott worked as head of the Electron Microscope Lab at Szent-Gyorgyi's Institute for Muscle Research from 1952
to 1963. He also acted as staff photographer for Szent-Gyorgyi's group during that time.
In this interview, Dr. Philpott describes daily life at the Woods Hole laboratory, and also illustrates Szent-Gyorgyi's
unique outlook on life, his sense of humor, his scientific acumen, and the various ways in which his assistance and support
inspired loyalty among those who worked with him.
NOTE: An index to the transcript is located on pages 71-72.
NOTE: This interview is part of a series of NLM oral histories conducted with colleagues and friends of Albert Szent-Gyorgyi
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2004-06-03 (June 3, 2004)
Philpott, Delbert E.
Interviewer: Kinnane, Adrian
History Associates Incorporated
Reproduced with permission of Delbert E. Philpott.
The National Foundation for Cancer Research, 1973-1986