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Early Years 1
Born in New York City. Growing up in Bayonne, New Jersey. Working as coffee chemist for Maxwell House. Attending medical school at McGill University. Residency at NIH. Important influences for choosing medical field. Holly (Lloyd) Smith. Internship at UCSF.
Early Career 3
Joining faculty at UCSF. Interest in hematology. John Beck. Working in Martin J. Cline's laboratory. Gordon Tompkins. C. H. Li. Leaving UCSF for UCLA. Importance of role models. Research interests in the 1970s. Setting up first normal bone marrow donation program. Theodore Finley.
Growing interest in colony-stimulating factors. Uses of colony-stimulating factors. Obtaining patient materials for research. Establishing cell lines. Ethical issues in medical research. Development of KG-1 cell line. H. Phillip Koeffler. Studying hairy-cell leukemia.
John Moore. Purifying GM-CSF. Judith C. Gasson. Robert C. Gallo. HTLV-I. Irvin S. Y. Chen. Studying retrovirology. Discovery of HTLV-II. Cloning HTLV-II. Molecular biology as an influence on biomedical research.
Biotechnology business and the pharmaceutical industry. Consulting for Genetics Institute. Intellectual property rights. Contributions to medical science. Recent research on Vitamin C.