Axelrod


Also found in: Dictionary, Wikipedia.

Ax·el·rod

(ăk′səl-rŏd′), Julius 1912-2004.
American biochemist and pharmacologist. He shared a 1970 Nobel Prize for studies of the ways in which different substances affect neural impulses.
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
DAVID AXELROD began his professional life as a reporter and columnist for the Chicago Tribune.
THE TOPIC: Adrift after his father's suicide in 1974, David Axelrod graduated from the University of Chicago and landed a job as a political reporter with the Chicago Tribune.
The story is not suspenseful; we know what Axelrod accomplished and where he landed.
Securing the services of Mr Axelrod, who will be paid a six-figure sum for his advice, has been hailed by Labour as a major coup - and "seriously bad news for the Conservatives" - at a time when Mr Miliband has been under fire from sections of his own party for his campaign tactics.
html) Politico , Axelrod will shave his trademark, 40-year-old mustache, even after he won a bet with "Morning Joe" host Joe Scarborough that allowed him to keep the furry facial accessory.
According to the Washington Post, if Axelrod winds up losing his hair-raising bet, there's a precedent for backing out.
Axelrod is the founder and President of The Axelrod Firm, a four-attorney, certified woman-owned Philadelphia law firm.
Axelrod earned a Degree in Business from Bentley College and a post graduate Degree in Construction from New York University.
What happened there was an affront, it was an insult, but that's not the most important thing," Axelrod said on ABC's "This Week.
Since 2003--when Axelrod backed Obama's Senate bid despite the presence of several better-known candidates in the Democratic primary field--the two have by all accounts undergone a kind of mind meld, talking every day and mapping out strategy.
Written by Terry Axelrod, The Joy of Fundraising: How to Stop Suffering and Start Enjoying Asking for Money for Your Favorite Cause is a guide to transforming one's focus and tap into the natural desire to give.
Historical consultant Alan Axelrod applies personal objectivity and expert research into this easy-to-use primer and reference source.