Student Theses and Dissertations

 

The Rockefeller University has awarded over one thousand Ph.D’s since 1959. This collection contains theses beginning with the graduating class of 2006. Earlier theses are added by request or as permission to digitize is received. For more information visit the FAQ page.

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1975

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Does the Causal Structure of Space-Time Determine its Geometry, David B. Malament

1974

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Studies on the Teichoic Acids of the Pneumococcus, Eve Ida Barak Briles

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Paying the Penalty: The Role of Punishment in Theories of Justified Civil Disobedience, Daniel Michael Farrell

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Ultrasonic Communication and the Hormonal Modulation of Aggressive Behavior in the Female Hamster, Owen Robert Floody

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Some Aspects of Symmetry Breaking in Unified Weak-Electromagnetic Gauge Theories, Judy Lieberman

1970

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Variability in the Firing of Nerve Impulses in Eccentric Cells of the Limulus Eye, Robert Shapley

1969

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Cellular Activities During Aging in Mammals, Caleb Ellicott Finch

1967

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Inhibitory Fields in the Limulus Lateral Eye, Robert B. Barlow

1964

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The Diversion of Macromolecular Synthesis in L-Cells Towards Ends Dictated by Mengovirus, David Baltimore

1963

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The Role of Time Variant Resistance and Electromotive Force in Ionic Systems Related to Cell Membranes: The Excitabilty Properties of Frog Skin and Toad Bladder, Alan Finkelstein A.B.

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Animal and Plant Viruses with Double-Stranded Ribonucleic Acid, Peter Gomatos

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Genetic Recombination in Pneumococcal Transformation: The Role of Integrity and Heterogeneity of Deoxyribonucleate Molecules, as Reflected in Kinetic Analysis, Joan Louise Kent

1960

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The Biology of a Colonial Hydroid, Chandler Montgomery Fulton