The Stadtman Legacy
Trans-NIH Recruiting Effort Brings in Nine Investigators
NIH welcomes the 2010-2011 class of Earl Stadtman Investigators, named for the legendary biochemist, who worked at NIH for 50 years. Stadtman mentored and inspired countless researchers including two who went on to become Nobel laureates—Michael Brown and Stanley Prusiner—and others who were later elected to the National Academy of Sciences. The Stadtman program, launched in 2009, a year after his death, aims to attract outstanding scientists whose research areas are not restricted to the interests of particular institutes but span the biomedical fields.
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