Leonard A.
Herzenberg, Ph.D.

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Education

1957 

Pasteur Institute, Paris France  

 

1955

California Institute of Technology   Ph.D. 

 

1952

Brooklyn College  A.B.


Monod Lab 1956
(L-R) Rear:  William R. Sistrom, Harlyn Halvorson, Jacques Monod,
Georges Cohen,  Front: Leonard A. Herzenberg

Howard Cann, left, Diane Bianchi and Len Herzenberg examine a tracing from the fluorescence-activated cell sorter (FACS) at Stanford University.   SUMC 1979.

Research and Professional Experience

1959 - present   

Assistant Professor, Associate Professor and Currently Professor Stanford University

 

1957 - 1959       

Officer, U.S.P.H.S. NIH, Bethesda, MD

 

1955 - 1957

American Cancer Society, Postdoctoral Fellow, 

Pasteur Institute, with Prof. J. Monod.

Honors and Awards


Member, National Academy of Sciences, elected 1982.
Novartis Prize in Immunology, 2004

AAI Lifetime Service Award, 1998.

International Society of Analytic Cytology Honorary Award, 1998.

Active Member, The New York Academy of Sciences, 1993.

Distinguished Professor
in Immunology, 1998, 

Member, American Association for Microbiology, elected 1992.

Guggenheim Fellow, 1976 and 1986.

Phi Beta Kappa and Sigma Xi.

Others too numerous to mention.

Len, Lee and Gigi
50th Wedding Anniversary
July 2004

Advisory Boards

1997 - present  Chiba University, Chiba Japan

1996 - present  Res. Inst. for Biological Science, Noda City Japan

1995 - present  Medinox -
Scientific Review Board

1992 - present  AIDS Community Res. Consortium

1990 - 1996  Fox Chase Cancer Institute,
Philadelphia, PA

1990 - 1996  Radiation Effects Res. Foundation, Nagasaki/Hiroshima Japan

1990 - present   Max-Planck Institute,
Munich Germany

1987 - Present  Max-Planck Institute,
Freiberg Germany

1985 - present  Reviewer, National Cancer Institute,  OIG Program