Leonore A. Herzenberg, Ph.D.

Professor of best prices on cialis Genetics and
The Interdepartimental Program in Immunology

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Education

Brooklyn College, 1952-1954

Pamona College, 1953-1954

California Institute of Technology 1954-1955

US Department of Agriculture Graduate School 1958

University of Paris V (Sorbonne) 1979-1981

Research and Professional Experience

1953    Research Assistant, Biology Department, California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, CA (Dr. Robert Tyler, Supervisor)
1955     Research Assistant, Pasteur Institute, Paris, France (Dr. Leonard A. Herzenberg, supervisor)
1957     Research Assistant, National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, MD (Dr. Bruce Ames, supervisor)
1959    Research Assistant, Genetics Department, Stanford University Medical School, Stanford, Calif. (Dr. Leonard A. Herzenberg, supervisor)
1962    Research Assistant, Genetics Department and Gynecology and Obstetrics Department, Stanford University Medical School (Dr. Leonard A. Herzenberg and Robert Goodlin, supervisor)
1963     Senior Research Assistant                     same
1967     Research Associate                               same
1973      Research Associate, Genetics Dept., Stanford University (Dr. Leonard A. Herzenberg, supervisor)
1975     Senior Research Associate  same
1989     Professor of Genetics (Research), Dept. of Genetics, Stanford University

Honors and Awards

American Cancer Society-Eleanor Roosevelt Cancer Fellowship, 1986
American Association of Immunologists, Member
Genetics Society of America, Member
The American Association of Immunologists, Committee - Minority Affairs, 1993-96
Midwinter Conference of viagra how much Immunology: Member, Governing Council, 1982-85, 1987-90; Workshop Organizer,
1974, 1976; Co-   Chair, 1984 meeting, "B Cell Regulation and click now Development"
International Congress of Immunology: Symposium Chair & Speaker, 1986; Symposium speaker, 1983, 1989.
FASEB:  Symposium Chair, 1987 New York Academy of Sciences:  Principal Organizer & Co-chair, 1991 meeting, "CD5 B Cells in Development and Disease"

"Frontiers in Immunology '95" (Symposium honoring Leonore A. Herzenberg), February 10-11, 1995.
The ComputerWorld Smithsonian Award, June 4, 1996,

for Heroic Achievement in Information Technology this Award [was] presented to i use it the Herzenberg Lab, Dept. of Genetics, Stanford, in recognition of your (principally Leonore Herzenberg and Wayne Moore Visionary use of Information Technology in the field of Medicine.”

 

Others too numerous to mention.

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