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  1. Goodman & Gilman's The Pharmacological Basis of Therapeutics by Joel Griffith Hardman, Lee E. Limbird, et all 2001-08-13
  2. Goodman and Gilman's The Pharmacological Basis of Therapeutics : Sixth Edition by Alfred G. , Goodman, Louis S. , Editors Gilman, 1980
  3. American Pharmacologists: Alexander Shulgin, Nicholas A. Peppas, V. Craig Jordan, Earl Wilbur Sutherland, Jr., Alfred G. Gilman, Louis Ignarro
  4. Fidia Research Foundation Neuroscience Award Lectures Volume 2: 1986-1987 by Alfred G[oodman], et al Gilman, 1988
  5. Fidia Research Foundation Neuroscience Award Lectures Volume 2: 1986-1987 by Alfred G., et al Gilman, 1988-01-01
  6. Goodman & Gilman Las Bases Farmacologicas De La Terapeutica (Vol. Ii) (Vol II)
  7. Responsibility for the World War: An address delivered before the Gilman C. Parker post no. 153, G.A.R by Alfred Free, 1918
  8. The Story of Carthage by Alfred J. & Gilman, Arthur Church, 1898

61. April-02_13
in Physiology or Medicine, 1992 Jerome I. Friedman nobel Prize in Physics, 1990Walter Gilbert nobel Prize in Chemistry, 1980 alfred G. gilman nobel Prize in
Continue Nobel Prize in Chemistry, 1989 Kenneth J. Arrow Nobel Prize in Economics, 1972 Julius Axelrod Medicine, 1970 David Baltimore Medicine, 1975 Paul Berg Nobel Prize in Chemistry, 1980 J. Michael Bishop Medicine, 1989 Thomas R. Cech Nobel Prize in Chemistry, 1989 Medicine, 1986 Nobel Prize in Chemistry, 1990 Johann Deisenhofer Nobel Prize in Chemistry, 1988 Renato Dulbecco Medicine, 1975 Edmond H. Fischer Medicine, 1992 Jerome I. Friedman Nobel Prize in Physics, 1990 Walter Gilbert Nobel Prize in Chemistry, 1980 Alfred G. Gilman Medicine, 1994 Donald A. Glaser Nobel Prize in Physics, 1960 Joseph L. Goldstein Medicine, 1985 Paul Greengard Medicine, 2000 Lee Hartwell Medicine, 2001 Nobel Prize in Chemistry, 1986 Burton Richter Nobel Prize in Physics, 1976 Richard J. Roberts Medicine, 1993 Phillip A. Sharp Medicine, 1993 Hamilton O. Smith Medicine, 1978 Robert M. Solow Nobel Prize in Economics, 1987 E. Donnall Thomas Medicine, 1990 Harold Varmus Medicine, 1989 Medicine, 1962 Torsten Nils Wiesel Medicine, 1981 Robert W. Wilson

62. ASCB - March/April 1998
nobel Prize in Economics, 1972, alfred G. gilman University of Texas SouthwesternMedical Center nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine, 1994, Daniel Nathans
To the President of the United States and Members of the United States Congress:
There is a broad consensus supporting the President's National Bioethics Advisory Commission's proposal to ban the creation of a human being by somatic nuclear transplants. The Commission urged that such a ban should not deliberately or inadvertently interfere with biomedical research that is critical to the understanding and eventual prevention of human disease. To that end, we the undersigned endorse the statement on cloning from the American Society for Cell Biology. If legislation is deemed to be necessary, we respectfully urge you to ensure that it be limited to the cloning of human beings, and does not include language that impedes critical ongoing and potential new research. Sincerely,
Sidney Altman
Yale University
Nobel Prize in Chemistry, 1989
Walter Gilbert
Harvard University
Nobel Prize in Chemistry, 1980
Edward B. Lewis
Thomas Hunt Morgan Professor of Biology, Emeritus
Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine, 1995 Kenneth J. Arrow

63. Regeneron | Company Information | Board Of Directors
alfred G. gilman, MD, Ph.D., a cofounder of our company, has been a directorof our company since July 1990. Dr. gilman received the nobel Prize for

Senior Management Board of Directors Press Releases
Leonard S. Schleifer, M.D., Ph.D., founded our company in 1988 and has been its President and Chief Executive Officer since its inception and served as Chairman of the Board from 1990 through 1994. In 1992, Dr. Schleifer was appointed Clinical Professor of Neurology at the Cornell University Medical School and from 1984 to 1988 he was Assistant Professor at the Cornell University Medical School in the Departments of Neurology and Neurobiology. Dr. Schleifer received his M.D. and Ph.D. in Pharmacology from the University of Virginia. Dr. Schleifer is a licensed physician and is certified in Neurology by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology.
George D. Yancopoulos, M.D., Ph.D., was until December 2000 our Senior Vice President, Research, a position he held since June 1997 and Chief Scientific Officer, a position he held since January 1998. Dr. Yancopoulos was Vice President, Discovery from January 1992 until June 1997, Head of Discovery from January 1991 to January 1992 and Senior Staff Scientist from March 1989 to January 1991. He received his Ph.D. in Biochemistry and Molecular Biophysics and his M.D. from Columbia University. In a 1997 survey by the Institute for Scientific Information, he was listed among the 11 most highly cited scientists and was the only non-academic scientist in that group.
Charles A. Baker has been a director of our company since February 1989. During his career, Mr. Baker served in a senior management capacity in various pharmaceutical companies, including his tenures as Group Vice President, Squibb Corporation (now Bristol-Myers Squibb) and President, Squibb International. He also held various senior executive positions at Abbott Laboratories and Pfizer, Inc. Mr. Baker currently is a member of the Board of Directors of Progenics Pharmaceuticals, Inc. and a member of the Council of Visitors of the Marine Biological Laboratories at Woods Hole, Massachusetts (a not-for-profit organization).

64. ClubCaminantes - Premios Nobel - Medicina, El Club De Los Caminantes
Translate this page PREMIOS nobel, MEDICINA. 1901-1925 1926-1950 1951-1975 1976-2000. 1976.Blumberg, Baruch S. (Estados Unidos). 1994. gilman, alfred G. (Estados Unidos).

Foros Chat Top 10 ... PREMIOS NOBEL
MEDICINA Blumberg, Baruch S. (Estados Unidos) Por su descubrimiento relativo a nuevos mecánismos para el origen y diseminación de enfermedades infecciosas. Gajdusek, Daniel C. (Estados Unidos) Por su descubrimiento relativo a nuevos mecánismos para el origen y diseminación de enfermedades infecciosas.
Guillemin, Roger (Estados Unidos) Por sus descubrimientos de la producción de hormonas peptidas en el cerebro. Schally, Andrew (Estados Unidos) Por sus descubrimientos de la producción de hormonas peptidas en el cerebro. Yalow, Rosalynn Sussman (Estados Unidos) Por el desarrollo de radioinmuno-ensayos de hormonas peptidas.
Arber, Werner (Suiza) Por el descubrimiento de enzimas de restricción y su aplicación a problemas de la genética molecular. Nathans, Daniel

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66. Laureatii Premiilor Nobel
Unite ale Americii. 1994, alfred G. gilman Martin Rodbell, StateleUnite ale Americii Statele Unite ale Americii. 1995, Edward. B. Lewis
ANUL NUMELE LAUREATULUI ÞARA Emil Adolf von Behring Germania Sir Ronald Ross Marea Britanie Niels Ryberg Finsen Danemarca Ivan Petrovici Pavlov Rusia Robert Koch Germania Camillo Golgi
Santiago Ramon y Cajal Italia
Spania Charles Louis Alphonse Laveran Franþa Paul Ehrlich
Ilia Ilici Mecinikov Germania
Rusia Emil Theodor Kocher Elveþia Albrecht Kossel Germania Allvar Gulistrand Suedia Alexis Carrel Statele Unite ale Americii Charles Robert Richet Franþa Robert Báráni Ungaria - Austria neacordat neacordat neacordat neacordat Jules Jean Baptiste Vincent Bordet Belgia Schack August Steenberg Krogh Danemarca neacordat Sir Archibald Vician Hill
Otto Fritz Meyerhof Marea Britanie
Germania Sir Frederick Grant Banting
John James Richard MacLeod Canada
Canada Willem Einthaven Olanda neacordat Johannes Andreas Grib Fibinger Danemarca Julius Wagner - Jauregg Austria Charles Jules Henri Nicolle Franþa Christiaen Eijkman
Sir Frederick Gowland Hopkins Olanda
Marea Britanie Karl Landsteiner Austria Otto Heinrich Warburg Germania Sir Charles Scott Sherrington Lord Edgar Douglas Adrian Marea Britanie Marea Britanie Thomas Hunt Morgan Statele Unite ale Americii George Hoyt Whipple George Richards Minot

67. The Laureates Of The Nobel Prize For Medicine And Physiology
States of America. 1994, alfred G. gilman Martin Rodbell, United Statesof America United States of America. 1995, Edward. B. Lewis Christiane
YEAR LAUREATE'S NAME COUNTRY Emil Adolf von Behring Germany Sir Ronald Ross Great Britain Niels Ryberg Finsen Denmark Ivan Petrovici Pavlov Russia Robert Koch Germany Camillo Golgi
Santiago Ramon y Cajal Italy
Spain Charles Louis Alphonse Laveran France Paul Ehrlich
Ilia Ilici Mecinikov Germany
Russia Emil Theodor Kocher Switzerland Albrecht Kossel Germany Allvar Gulistrand Sweden Alexis Carrel United States of America Charles Robert Richet France Robert Báráni Hungary - Austria no prize awarded no prize awarded no prize awarded no prize awarded Jules Jean Baptiste Vincent Bordet Belgium Schack August Steenberg Krogh Denmark no prize awarded Sir Archibald Vician Hill
Otto Fritz Meyerhof Great Britain
Germany Sir Frederick Grant Banting
John James Richard MacLeod Canada
Canada Willem Einthaven Holland no prize awarded Johannes Andreas Grib Fibinger Denmark Julius Wagner - Jauregg Austria Charles Jules Henri Nicolle France Christiaen Eijkman
Sir Frederick Gowland Hopkins Holland
Great Britain Karl Landsteiner Austria Otto Heinrich Warburg Germany Sir Charles Scott Sherrington Lord Edgar Douglas Adrian Great Britain Great Britain Thomas Hunt Morgan

68. Nobel Prize Winners Support Basic Science
Americans have been awarded more than onehalf of all nobel Prizes in Townes, Ph.D.,Henry Taube, Ph.D., Arthur L. Schawlow, Ph.D., alfred G. gilman, MD, Ph
Nobel Prize Winners Seek Stronger Support for Basic Science
The American Institute of Physics Bulletin of Science
Policy News Number 101: June 26, 1996 The letter, dated June 19, follows: "Dear President Clinton and Members of Congress: "As men and women who have helped to shape the modern scientific age and who care deeply about the future of our nation, we urge you to reaffirm the fundamental role of the federal government in supporting basic scientific research. "Americans have been awarded more than one-half of all Nobel Prizes in physics, chemistry and medicine since 1945. This impressive success is no accident, but the result of a firm and consistent commitment by the federal government to basic science research at our universities. Our nation's policymakers and public have been prudent investors because their support has paid off in tremendous ways. "America's investment in research over the last fifty years has been a vital source of our economic and political strength around the world, as well as the quality of life Americans enjoy at home. The polio vaccine, computers, jet propulsion and disease resistant grains and vegetables are some of the thousands of advances pioneered at our universities that have had dramatic benefits for our health, economy, security and quality of life. "New and equally breathtaking advances may be just around the corner. Genetic research, for example, gives promise of better treatments for Alzheimer's, cancer and other diseases. Lighter and stronger composite materials may be developed with important applications in transportation, medicine and the military. Continuing support for university-based research will not only pave the way for these important breakthroughs, but will also train the next generation of pioneers and Nobelists.

69. Yale '62 - Classmates Report - George Akerlof
George Akerlof Class note Our first nobel Laureate was alfred G. gilman, who wonthe award in 1994 in Physiology or Medicine, for the discovery of Gproteins
George Akerlof
[Class note: Our first Nobel Laureate was Alfred G. Gilman, who won the award in 1994 in Physiology or Medicine, for the discovery of G-proteins and the role of these proteins in signal transduction in cells. Congratulations are extended to Dr. Gilman!]
courtesy of Haas NewsWire, October 15, 2001
George A. Akerlof, a professor in UC Berkeley's Department of Economics, was named the 2001 co-winner of the Nobel Prize in economic sciences on October 10, 2001. It is the second consecutive year in which the Nobel Prize has gone to a UC Berkeley economist. Akerlof is married to economist Janet L. Yellen, the Eugene and Catherine M. Trefethen Professor at the Haas School.
"He has real flashes of insight into human problems, into what may explain social phenomena," Yellen said. "It's wonderful to work with him; he's so original." Akerlof and Yellen have worked together on numerous research projects.
Akerlof is the author of a landmark study on the role of asymmetric information in the market for "lemon" used cars. His research broke with established economic theory in illustrating how markets malfunction when buyers and sellers - as seen in used car markets - operate under different information.
The work has had far-reaching applications in such diverse areas as health insurance, financial markets, and employment contracts.

70. Nobel Prices Related To Neuroscience
To BioMag home page nobel prices related to neuroscience. 1994 alfred G. gilman (USA)Martin Rodbell (USA) for their discovery of Gproteins and the role of
To BioMag home page
Nobel prices related to neuroscience
1973 Physics: Brian David Josephson (Great Britain) "for his theoretical predictions of theproperties of a supercurrent through a barrier, in particular those phenomena which are generally known as the Josephson effects" 1991 Erwin Neher (Germany) Bert Sakmann (Germany) "for their discoveries concerning the function of single ion channels in cells" Alfred G. Gilman (USA) Martin Rodbell (USA) "for their discovery of G-proteins and the role of these proteins in signal transduction in cells" Send comments to Risto Ilmoniemi (
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71. Prix Nobel De Physiologie Ou Médecine - Wikipedia
1993 Richard J. Roberts, Phillip A. Sharp. 1994 alfred G. gilman, MartinRodbell. Source http//édecine
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Un article de Wikipédia, l'encyclopédie libre. Les prix nobel de physiologie et médecine Emil Adolf von Behring Ronald Ross Niels Ryberg Finsen Ivan Petrovich Pavlov ... Christiaan Eijkman , Sir Frederick Gowland Hopkins Karl Landsteiner Otto Heinrich Warburg Sir Charles Scott Sherrington Edgar Douglas Adrian Thomas Hunt Morgan George Hoyt Whipple ... Hans Spemann Sir Henry Hallett Dale Otto Loewi Albert von Szent-Györgyi Nagyrapolt Corneille Jean François Heymans ... Herbert Spencer Gasser Sir Alexander Fleming Ernst Boris Chain , Sir Howard Walter Florey Hermann Joseph Muller Carl Ferdinand Cori Gerty Theresa , née Radnitz Cori, Bernardo Alberto Houssay Paul Hermann Müller Walter Rudolf Hess Antonio Caetano De Abreu Freire Egas Moniz ... Dickinson W. Richards

72. Nobel Prize For Physiology Or Medicine
nobel Prize for Physiology or Medicine. Richard J. Roberts (UK), for their independentdiscovery in 1977 of “split genes” 1994 alfred G. gilman and Martin

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Emil A. von Behring (Germany), for work on serum therapy against diphtheria Sir Ronald Ross (U.K.), for work on malaria Niels R. Finsen (Denmark), for his treatment of lupus vulgaris with concentrated light rays Ivan P. Pavlov (U.S.S.R.), for work on the physiology of digestion Robert Koch (Germany), for work on tuberculosis Camillo Golgi (Italy) and (Spain), for work on structure of the nervous system Charles L. A. Laveran

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Alphabetical listing of Nobel prize laureates in Physiology and Medicine
Name Year Awarded Adrian, Lord Edgar Douglas Arber, Werner Axelrod, Julius Baltimore, David Banting, Sir Frederick Grant Barany, Robert Beadle, George Wells Behring, Emil Adolf Von Bekesy, Georg Von Benacerraf, Baruj Bergstroem, Sune K. Bishop, J. Michael Black, Sir James W. Bloch, Konrad Blumberg, Baruch S. Bordet, Jules Bovet, Daniel Brown, Michael S. Burnet, Sir Frank Macfarlane Cajal, Santiago Ramon Y Carrel, Alexis Chain, Sir Ernst Boris Claude, Albert Clintock, Barbara Mc Cohen, Stanley Cori, Carl Ferdinand Cori, Gerty Theresa Cormack, Alan M. Cournand, Andre Frederic Crick, Francis Harry Compton Dale, Sir Henry Hallett Dam, Henrik Carl Peter Dausset, Jean De Duve, Christian Delbruck, Max Doherty, Peter C.

74. Proteínas Que Piensan. En Torno Al Premio Nobel De Medicina De
Translate this page 1/95 (11 enero 1995) El 11 de octubre de 1994, la prensa comunicó la concesióndel Premio nobel de Medicina a los profesores alfred G. gilman y Martin

75. Tiscali Webspace - Errore - Sito
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76. Nobel Prize Winners In The Glyco Sciences
1994 nobel Prize for Physiology or Medicine. alfred G. gilman and Martin Rodbellfor their discovery of Gproteins and the role of these proteins in signal
Note: 4 out of the last 8... including the last 3 in a row Nobel Prizes for Medicine have dealt with the cellular communication process and its importance to our wellness (1994, 1999, 2000 and 2001).
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Winner of the 1999 Nobel Prize for Physiology or Medicine "for the discovery that (glyco) proteins have intrinsic signals that govern their transport and localization in the cell."
Investigator, Rockefeller University Click here for a slide presentation presented by the Nobel E-Museum on Dr. Blobel's work. Click here for a transcript of the PBS interview with Dr. Blobel.
A large number of proteins carrying out essential functions are constantly being made within our cells. These proteins have to be transported either out of the cell, or to the different compartments - the organelles - within the cell. How are newly made proteins transported across the membrane surrounding the organelles, and how are they directed to their correct location? These questions have been answered through the work of this year’s Nobel Laureate in Physiology or Medicine, Dr Günter Blobel, a cell and molecular biologist at the Rockefeller University in New York. Already at the beginning of the 1970s he discovered that newly synthesized proteins have an intrinsic signal that is essential for governing them to and across the membrane of the endoplasmic reticulum, one of the cell’s organelles. During the next twenty years Blobel characterized in detail the molecular mechanisms underlying these processes. He also showed that similar "address tags", or "zip codes", direct proteins to other intracellular organelles.

77. NIGMS -- News & Events: NIGMS Awards 'Glue Grant' To Create Virtual Cell
He and the late Dr. Martin Rodbell received the 1994 nobel Prize in physiology at(214) 6483404 to arrange an interview with Dr. alfred G. gilman, or call
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by Alison Davis
September 5, 2000
This innovative way to fund science grew out of NIGMS' consultations with leaders in the scientific community who said repeatedly that the thorniest biological problems require the expertise and input of large, multifaceted groups of scientists. Glue grants aim to do just that. "The purpose of the glue grant is to help address problems that are beyond the reach of individual investigators," said Dr. Marvin Cassman, director of NIGMS. "The idea is to provide resources to a lot of people working together to collaboratively attack these problems." Just what will the AFCS tackle? How cells talk. The project will set out to study all aspects of cellular communications in two cell types: cardiomyocytes (heart muscle cells that can beat in a dish) and B-cells (immune cells that are accustomed to roving around the bloodstream carrying out duties for the body). According to Dr. Alfred G. Gilman, a pharmacologist at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas and leader of the AFCS effort, a few characteristics helped him and his colleagues to narrow the search to finding an "ideal cell" to study. The team sought "interesting" cells that could also live in a plastic lab dish long enough for scientists to study their features in great detail. After much internal debate, the AFCS team chose to study cardiomyocytes and B-cells from the mouse, a mammalian model system that Gilman says is "extremely relevant to human health problems."

78. Home/news
Led by nobel Prizewinning scientist Dr. alfred G. gilman, the project brings togetherabout 50 scientists in a national consortium whose sweeping goal is to

79. ABRCMS November 2002
Chemistry. Discovering the Next New World alfred G. gilman, MD, Ph.DRecipient, 1994 nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine. Search
T he ABRCMS is a national conference designed to encourage students
Special Sessions and Events Thursday, November 14th, 2002
Leaders in Scientific Discovery: Conversations with Two Nobel Laureates and a Potential "RNA as an Enzyme"
Thomas R. Cech, Ph.D

Recipient, 1989 Nobel Prize in Chemistry "Discovering the Next New World"
Alfred G. Gilman, MD, Ph.D

Recipient, 1994 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine "Search for an Animal Model of Human Language"
Erich D. Jarvis, Ph.D

Recipient, 2002 NSF Waterman Award MARC/MBRS Anniversary Keynote Address and Celebration Opening Remarks
Various Speakers

Keynote Address The Honorable Louis Stokes, Esq. Former United States Congressman Tribute to the Late Dr. Geraldine Pittman Woods and Presentation of Awards Marian Johnson-Thompson and Clifton A. Poodry, Ph.D

80. Alfred G. Gilman - Texas Science Hall Of Fame 2001 Inductee
Medical Research, Dr. alfred G. gilman was born in New Haven, Connecticutin 1941. He received his BS (summa cum laude) in Biochemistry
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Dr. Alfred G. Gilman was born in New Haven, Connecticut in 1941. He received his B.S. (summa cum laude) in Biochemistry in 1962 from Yale University, and his M.D. and Ph.D. in Pharmacology in 1969 from Case Western Reserve University.
Dr. Gilman received further training as a Pharmacology Research Associate in the Laboratory of Biochemical Genetics at the National Institutes of Health (1969-71). In 1971 Dr. Gilman began a ten-year stay at the University of Virginia in Charlottesville. His positions included Assistant Professor of Pharmacology (1971-73), Associate Professor of Pharmacology (1973-77), Professor of Pharmacology (1977-81), and Director of the Medical Scientist Training Program (1978-81).
Dr. Gilman became Chairman of the Department of Pharmacology at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas in 1981. He still chairs this department and was named a Regental Professor in 1995. He also holds the Raymond and Ellen Willie Distinguished Chair of Molecular Neuropharmacology. Biographical Data (PDF) Nobel E Museum Publications 2001 Inductee Index ... Texas Summit Home Page Updated: 12/28/2002

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