Gertrude Elion: Nobel Prize Winner in Physiology and Medicine
The Rosen Publishing Group, Inc, 15 dic 2003 - 112 páginas
Gertrude Elion s revolutionary work with medicines earned her a Nobel Prize. She dedicated her life to helping others, and touched the lives of many people through her efforts. The medicines she invented helped combat serious medical conditions, such as leukemia and AIDS. Readers will enjoy Elion s story and the details of her many accomplishments.
Comentarios de usuarios - Escribir una reseña
No hemos encontrado ninguna reseña en los sitios habituales.
Continuing to Cure
Retired and Rewarded
Otras ediciones - Ver todo
able According achievements acid American American Chemical Society attend award became become began Bertha blood cells body Burroughs Wellcome called cancer career cause Chemical chemistry College compounds Continued created cure death develop died discovered discoveries disease doctorate drug Duke University earn Elvira enjoyed eventually father field fight finally gave George Hitchings Gertrude Elion Gertrude's give given graduate Hall head Herbert Hitchings honor honorary important infection Institute invention Jewish kidney laboratory later leukemia lives looked loved Marie Medal medicine moved never Nobel Prize Women North Carolina Organization patients person Phi Beta Kappa physics produced professor received remembered retired Robert scientific scientists Society success taking teach things tion transplants treat Trudy United University visiting wanted Washington woman Women in Science won the Nobel World York young