Baltimore, David

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David, joint winner of 1975 Nobel Prize for work related to tumor viruses and cell material.
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Earlier, Dr Cheung postdoctoral work at Caltech included a collaboration with Drs Antoni Ribas and Nobel Laureate David Baltimore to assess T cell multi-functionality in a clinical trial using engineered T cells for immunotherapy in advanced melanoma patients.
To provide a glimpse of the meeting, Issues is publishing the text of presentations by David Baltimore, Alta Charo, Daniel Kevles, and Ruha Benjamin that were made at the Summit.
Researchers who edit germ cells in the lab are not doing "germline editing" if no pregnancy results from the cells, said committee chairman David Baltimore of Caltech.
There is a tremendous opportunity in genetic medicine for innovation and for new players to make significant contributions, because it is still experimental, noted biologist and Nobel Laureate Dr David Baltimore said yesterday.
In his keynote address, Dr David Baltimore, Nobel Laureate in Physiology of Medicine and President of Emeritus of the California Institute of Technology, highlighted the importance of stem cells.
I am very excited about it," said David Baltimore, a co-recipient of the Nobel Prize in Medicine in 1975.
The first chapter on miRNAs and the inflammatory response by David Baltimore is one of the best lectures that I have heard through reading this book.
Immune Design was founded in 2008 with technology from the Caltech lab of Nobel Laureate David Baltimore, and from Steve Reed s team at the Seattle-based Infectious Disease Research Institute.
The work is a valuable contribution to scientists' understanding of HIV, said David Baltimore, professor of biology and former president of Caltech.
En el sonado escandalo de David Baltimore, Premio Nobel de Medicina en 1975, una joven investigadora llamada Margot O'Toole sufrio senas consecuencias al denunciar que los datos reportados en un articulo cientifico por su jefa, Tereza Imanishi-Kari y el Dr.
SCIENTISTS trying to conquer HIV and Aids with new vaccines face defeat, Nobel Prize-winner Prof David Baltimore, president of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, said yesterday.