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Harold Varmus M.D.

Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine 1989
Nobel Prize shared by J. Michael Bishop
National Medal of Science - Biological Sciences 2001

Physician, Scientist, Litterateur. Cellular origin of retroviral oncogenes. Co-founder, Public Library of Science Journals. Initiated doubling NIH budget. Interests: cycling, rowing.

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Title:
Author:
Harold Varmus
Publisher:
W. W. Norton & Company, 2009
ISBN:
13: 978-0-393-06128-4
Length:
315 pages
Title:
Author:
Harold Varmus; United States. National Advisory Mental Health Council
Publisher:
Bethesda, MD: NIMH, 1998
Series:
NIH Publication, no 98-4322
Edition/
Format:
Document : National government publication
Title:
Retroviruses
Editors:
John M. Coffin,Stephen H.Highes, Harold Varmus
Edition:
Illustrated
Publisher:
Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Press, 1997
ISBN:
0879694971, 9780879694975
Length:
843 pages
Subjects:
Medical Infections Diseases
Title:
Genes and the Biology of Cancer
Issue 42 of Scientific American Library series, ISSN 1040-3213
Author:
Harold Varmus
Contributor:
Robert Allan Weinberg
Edition:
Illustrated
Publisher:
Scientific American Library, 1993
ISBN:
0716750376, 9780716750376
Length:
214 pages
Subjects:
Medical General
Title:
Readings in tumor virology
Molecular biology of tumor viruses
Editors:
Harold Varmus, Arnold Jay Levine
Publisher:
Scientific American Library, 1993
ISBN:
0879691573, 9780879691578
Length:
903 pages
Subjects:
Science Life Sciences Microbiology

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Harold Varmus
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Name: Harold Varmus
Birth: 18 December 1939, Oceanside, NY, USA
Institution: Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center
Award: "for their discovery of the cellular origin of retroviral oncogenes"
Subject: medical oncology
Portion of cash: 1/2
National Medal of Science-Biological Sciences 2001 USA
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