Zickler Lectures

2011 Mary-Claire King, PhD
American Cancer Society Professor in the Department of Medicine (Medical genetics) and the Department of Genome Sciences at the University of Washington
Anna Karenina and the Genetics of Complex Disease
Image: Tomas Lindahl
2010 Dr. Tomas Lindahl, M.D., F.R.S., Nobel Laureate
Mutagenesis Laboratory,
London Research Institute, Clare Hall Laboratories
Endogenous DNA damage as a risk factor:
From biochemistry to mouse models and human disease
Image: Tomas Lindahl
2008 Dr. Arnold J. Levine
The Simons Center for Systems Biology
Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton, NJ
The p53 Pathway: Cancer, Fertility, Metabolic Control and the Central Nervous System
Image: Arnold Levine
2004 Dr. Jan H. J. Hoeijmakers
MGC, Department of Cell Biology & Genetics
Erasmus Medical Center, Rotterdam, The Netherlands.
'Save your genes'
The impact of DNA damage and repair on cancer and aging
Image: Jan Horimakers
2002 Dr. Robert F. Furchgott, Nobel Laureate
Department of Physiology and Pharmacology
SUNY Health Sciences Center, Brooklyn, NY
The Importance of Accidental Discoveries in Research
Leading to Nitric Oxide
Image: Dr. Robert F. Furchgott
2001 Martin C. Raff, M.D.
University College London, UK
Timing and Cell Number Control in Neural Development
Image: Martin Raff
1999 Joseph L. Goldstein, M.D., Nobel Laureate
University of Texas, Southwestern Medical Center
A Proteolytic Pathway that Controls the Cholesterol Content
of Membranes, Cells, and Blood
Image: Joseph Goldstein
1997 Alfred G. Gilman, M.D., Ph.D., Nobel Laureate
University of Texas, Southwestern Medical Center
G Proteins and Regulation of Adenylyl Cyclase
Image: Alfred Gilman
1996 Sir James Black, FRS, FRCP, Nobel Laureate
Kings College, London
Gastrin/Cholecystokinin Receptors
Image: Sir James Black
1995 Dirk Bootsma, Ph.D.
Erasmus University, Rotterdam, Netherlands
DNA Repair: Maintaining Nature's Perfection
Image: Dirk Bootsma
1994 Leroy E. Hood, M.D., Ph.D.
University of Washington, Seattle
Analysis of the Human & Mouse Loci: Mapping,
Sequencing, Computation, & Biological Consequence
Image: Leroy E. Hood
1993 Sydney Brenner, Ph.D., Nobel Laureate
Cambridge University
Analysis of Genomes
ImageL: Sydney Brenner
1992 Victor A. McKusick, M.D.
Johns Hopkins University
The Human Genome Project: Background, Status,
Prospects, Implications
Image: Victor A. McKusick
1990 Har Gobind Khorana, Ph.D., Nobel Laureate
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Light Transduction by Bacteriorhodopsin and Visual Rhodopsin
Image: Har Gobind Khorana
1989 Howard M. Temin, Ph.D., Nobel Laureate
McArdle Laboratory, University of Wisconsin
Retrovirus Evolution and Variation
Image: Howard M. Temin
1988 Daniel Nathans, M.D., Nobel Laureate
Johns Hopkins University
Genomic Response to Growth Factor
Image: Daniel Nathans