Baltimore, David

Born: Mar 07, 1938 AD
Currently alive, at 77 years of age.

Nationality: American
Categories: Biologists, Educators

1938 - Born on the 7th of March in New York City.


1960 - He finished BA in Swarthmore College.


1964 - Earned his PhD, Rockefeller University.


1965-1968 - Salk Institute for Biological Studies.


1974 - Baltimore awarded by National Academy of Sciences.


1975 - He was an organizer of the Asilomar conference on recombinant DNA.


1975 - He was awarded as Nobel Prize for Medicine.


1986 - He was allegedly linked to research fraud as co-author of 1986 paper in journal "Cell".


1968-1990 - He become the Professor MIT.


1990-1991 - Served as President, Rockefeller University.


1990-1994 - He worked as professor in Rockefeller University.


1997 - Baltimore served as President, California Institute of Technology.


Forced by his scientific peers to resign from the presidency of Rockefeller University.


1999 - Recipient for National Medal of Sciences.


Baltimore has profound influence on national policy in matters concerning recombinant DNA research and the AIDS epidemic.


Dr. Baltimore is a member of the Board of Sponsors of The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists.


He is a member of the editorial board of Encyclopedia Britannica.




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