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The Michigan Daily-Friday, October 13, 1978-Page 5

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1IICROBIOLOGISTS Hamilton Smith (left) and Daniel Nathans (right) shared the Nobel Prize for medicine this year along
;with Werner Arber of Switzerland for their discovery of a method for breaking apart genetic material which may eventually
help research into cancer and hereditary diseases. Smith is a former University researcher.
CITED FOR GENETIC STUDIES:
Researcher nabs Nobel
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Ford Hospital in Detroit and with the
U.S. Public Health Service in Michigan.
' In 1962 he became a genetic resear-,
cher at the University of Michigan and
-in 1967 returned to his alma mater,
Johns Hopkins, as an assistant
professor of microbiology.
Smithbecame a full professor in 1973,
and took a sabbatical leave from July,
1975 to June, 1976 in Zurich, Swit-
zerland, where he worked in
collaboration with Swiss researcher M.
L. Birnstiel at the Molecular Biology
:,Institute.
Nathans was born in Wilmington,
f Del., on Oct. 30j 1928. He received his
undergraduate degree from the
University of Delaware and his M.D.
from Washington University.
In the 1950s, he trained at the
National Cancer Institute at Bethesda,
Md., and at the Columbia-Presbyterian
Medical Center in New York. In 1959-62,
he was a researcher in Dr. Fritz Lip-
mnanii's laboratory at New..York's
Rockefeller University.
Nathans then went" to the medical
school of Johns Hopkins University in

Baltimore as an assistant professor of
microbiology, becoming a full
professor there in 1967, and director of
the Microbiology Department in 1972.
In 1969 he went to Israel as American

Cancer Society scholar in genetics at
the Weizmann Institute of Science at
Rehovoth. Nathans married the former
Joanne Gomberg in 1956. They have
three children.

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