A remarkable career in science—Joseph G. Gall

@article{Endow2013ARC,
  title={A remarkable career in science—Joseph G. Gall},
  author={S. Endow and Z. Nizami and S. Gerbi},
  journal={Chromosome Research},
  year={2013},
  volume={21},
  pages={339-343}
}
  • S. Endow, Z. Nizami, S. Gerbi
  • Published 2013
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Chromosome Research
  • A festive group of ∼150 current and former students, postdoctoral and other associates, and colleagues gathered during the weekend of April 12–14, 2013 to celebrate Joe Gall’s 85th birthday. The gathering, hosted by the Carnegie Institution for Science, Department of Embryology (Allan Spradling, Director) and organized by a group of Joe’s current and former students (Zehra Nizami, Alison Singer, Ji-Long Liu, Virginia Zakian, Susan Gerbi), was held in Baltimore, MD. Dinners and symposia… CONTINUE READING
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