Doug Hanahan, 1982, working in his lab at Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory.
Doug Hanahan (middle) at the 1988 Mouse Molecular Genetics meeting at Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory. Also in picture S. Alpert (L) and G. Hollis (R).
Bruce Stillman, Ph.D. is president and chief executive officer of Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, discusses an area of immunology called adjuvant therapy, and how it is used to stimulate the body's immune system with agents that activate the immune system.
Bruce Stillman, Ph.D., president of Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory discusses that you need to acquire multiple changes in genes estimated to be about 5-7 genes perhaps on average, to get a full-blown cancer.
Bruce Stillman, Ph.D. is president and chief executive officer of Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, explains that there are two adaptive immune responses, and those immune responses adapt to changes in cells in our body whether they be by infection or other.
Bruce Stillman, Ph.D., president of Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, explains that genomic instability is a characteristic of cancer cells.
Nobel Prize week kicked-off today with the announcement of the Prize in Physiology or Medicine. Elizabeth Blackburn, Carol Greider, and Jack Szostak will share the award for discovering telomeres and telomerase. Dr. Bruce Stillman, President of Cold Sprin
Doug Hanahan refined transformation methods for DNA uptake into bacteria.
Calvin Bridges during a stay at Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, 1937.
François Jacob, Cold Spring Harbor, 1953 meeting. Source: Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Archives.