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SNM recognizes R. Edward Coleman with 2007 Georg Charles de Hevesy Nuclear Pioneer Award

... "With this award, SNM recognizes that Dr. Colemans work has had a meaningful and significant impact on molecular imaging and nuclear medicine prac...

Biotechnology Study Center honors Joan V. Ruderman, Salvador Moncada and Charles N. Serhan

... The 2007 awards will be given to Joan V. Ruderman, who has elucidated the most basic of life...

UCR's Xuemei Chen receives the 2006 Charles Albert Shull Award

... This award was initiated in 1971 in honor Dr. Charles A. Shull, whose interest and support were largely responsible for the founding of ASPB. The annual award, worth $2,000, is given for outstanding research in plant biology by a scientist who is under 40 years of age or is less than 10 years from receiving their P...

SNM recognizes contributions of Walter Wolf with 2006 Georg Charles de Hevesy Nuclear Pioneer Award

SAN DIEGO, Calif.--Walter Wolf, distinguished professor of pharmaceutical sciences and chair of the Biomedical Imaging Science Initiative at the University of Southern California--and a pioneer in the field of radiopharmacy--was awarded the 2006 Georg Charles de Hevesy Nuclear Pioneer Award for his contributions to the nuclear medicine profession. The award was presented during SNM's 53rd Annual...

Biotechnology Study Center honors Jean-Pierre Changeux, Charles Weissmann and Eric Kandel

On Monday, April 24, The Biotechnology Study Center of NYU School of Medicine...will hold its annual awards symposium to honor three outstanding pioneers in neurobiology and cognition. The Dart/NYU Biotechnology Achievement Awards recognize the role of pure science in the development of pharmaceuticals, and ...particularly honor those scientists whose work has led to major advances at the bedside...

Steven M. Larson named recipient of SNM's 2005 Georg Charles de Hevesy Nuclear Pioneer Award

TORONTO, Canada--Steven M. Larson, M.D., chief of the nuclear medicine service at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Institute, New York, N.Y., was awarded the 2005 Georg Charles de Hevesy Nuclear Pioneer Award for his distinguished contributions to nuclear medicine. The award was presented during the society's 52nd Annual Meeting June 1822 in Toronto. ...... Larson, one of the world's foremost experts in...

Charles Yanofsky named National Medal of Science winner

Stanford University biologist Charles Yanofsky has been selected as one of eight recipients of the 2003 National Medal of Science, the country's highest scientific honor. President Bush will present the medals at a White House ceremony on March 14....... ''It's always wonderful to be appreciated,'' said Yanofsky, 79, the Morris Herzstein Professor of Biology, Emeritus, at Stanford. ''It's not wha...
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