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Jalees Rehman

Physician-Scientists: An Endangered Species?

Can excellent scientists be excellent physicians at the same time?

Ashutosh Jogalekar

Avram Hershko’s lessons for doing good science

Avram Hershko – an amiable, mild-mannered Israeli biochemist – shared the 2004 Nobel Prize in Chemistry for his co-discovery of the body’s protein waste disposal system along with Aaron Ciechanover and Irwin Rose. At Lindau Hershko delivered a succinct summary of the discovery of ubiquitin – a protein that essentially tags unwanted and defective proteins […]