The Rockefeller University
In the early 1980s, The Rockefeller University launched a set of new initiatives in fields of biochemistry and molecular biology, which encompass genetics, cell biology, and neurobiology. Seven new research laboratories are being established in the brief period between 1981 and 1983. This publication features the most important surge of first-rank investigators onto the campus during the past 20 years: Robert Roeder, Emil T. Kaiser, Nam-Hai Chua, George Cross, Martin Carter, Torsten Wiesel,and Paul Greengard.
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