Szent-Györgyi, Albert

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Szent-Györgyi, Albert

A Cambridge-trained Hungarian physiologist (1893­–1986) who identified vitamin C in 1934, for which he won the Nobel Prize (1937).
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Nominations for the Albert Szent-Gyorgyi Prize for Progress in Cancer Research may be submitted by any scientist, business executive, or member of the academic community or institution uniquely familiar with the nominees and their achievements.
B) The University of Szeged Albert Szent-Gyorgyi Clinical Center Department of stand-alone emergency care for urgency in 2 hours, conducting internal patient transport to different locations of the Clinical Center, patient care and the units operating in the premises of the car case for accompaniment.
Albert Szent-Gyorgyi, scientist and visionary, could not foresee that he would someday save his own life.
I first saw Professor Albert Szent-Gyorgyi in action in 1945 just after he had taken over the newly created chair of biochemistry at the medical school in Budapest.
has been awarded the 4th Annual Albert Szent-Gyorgyi Prize for Progress in Cancer Research.
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Avemar was developed by Hungarian researcher Albert Szent-Gyorgyi, who was awarded a Nobel Prize in medicine for his discovery of ascorbic acid (vitamin C) in 1937.
The 4(th) Annual Albert Szent-Gyorgyi Prize for Progress in Cancer Research provides a $25,000 cash prize, awarded to a distinguished individual who has demonstrated significant advancement in the field of cancer research, specifically through basic cancer research.
Ever since Albert Szent-Gyorgyi, MD, PhD, first isolated ascorbic acid and identified it as "vitamin" C in the late 1920s, controversy has ensued.
has been awarded the 3rd Annual Albert Szent-Gyorgyi Prize for Progress in Cancer Research.
Beatrice Mintz, Fox Chase Cancer Center, Chair of the 7th Selection Committee of Szent-Gyorgyi Prize and winner of the 6th Annual Albert Szent-Gyorgyi Prize.
The 3(rd) Annual Albert Szent-Gyorgyi Award for Progress in Cancer Research provides a $25,000 cash prize, awarded to a distinguished individual who has demonstrated significant advancement in the field of cancer research, specifically through basic science research.