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Dr Ralph Steinman, Rockefeller University,  was awarded for his discovery of the dendritic cell. Dr. Steinman’s research focuses on the mechanisms employed by dendritic cells to regulate lymphocyte function in tolerance and immunity, as well as the use of dendritic cells to understand the development of immune-based diseases and the design of new therapies and vaccines. www.rockefeller.e......

Late Nobel medicine laureate Ralph Steinman keeps award

Dr Ralph Steinman, Rockefeller University, was awarded for his discovery of the dendritic cell. Dr. Steinman’s research focuses on the mechanisms employed by dendritic cells to regulate lymphocyte function in tolerance and immunity, as well as the use of dendritic cells to understand the development of immune-based diseases and the design of new therapies and vaccines. www.rockefeller.e......

▶ Ralph Steinman, Nobel prize winner, speaks about dendritic cells and immune-based vaccines - YouTube

▶ Ralph Steinman, Nobel prize winner, speaks about dendritic cells and immune-based vaccines - YouTube

Nobel Prize for medicine winner Ralph Steinman (right) died just days before the winners were announced.

Nobel winner died days before award announced

Nobel Prize for medicine winner Ralph Steinman (right) died just days before the winners were announced.

Nobel prize for medicine winner, Canadian-born Ralph Steinman, is seen in an undated handout photo.  REUTERS/Zach Veilleux/Rockefeller University/Handout

Nobel prize for medicine winner, Canadian-born Ralph Steinman, is seen in an undated handout photo. REUTERS/Zach Veilleux/Rockefeller University/Handout

How Ralph Steinman Raced to Develop a Cancer Vaccine--And Save His Life: Scientific American

How Ralph Steinman Raced to Develop a Cancer Vaccine--And Save His Life: Scientific American

Ralph Steinman (1943 – 2011) was born in Montreal.  He was a Canadian immunologist and cell biologist at Rockefeller University, who in 1973 coined the term dendritic cells while working as a postdoc in the lab of Zanvil A. Cohn, also at Rockefeller University. Steinman was one of the recipients of the 2011 Nobel Prize in Medicine. http://www.cerc.gc.ca/images/selection/Steinman.jpg

Ralph Steinman (1943 – 2011) was born in Montreal. He was a Canadian immunologist and cell biologist at Rockefeller University, who in 1973 coined the term dendritic cells while working as a postdoc in the lab of Zanvil A. Cohn, also at Rockefeller University. Steinman was one of the recipients of the 2011 Nobel Prize in Medicine. http://www.cerc.gc.ca/images/selection/Steinman.jpg

The three scientists who won this year's Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine worked with grasshoppers, fruit flies, mice and human cells to open important windows on how all these creatures defend themselves against microbial invaders and refrain from attacking their own cells – except when they don't.

Nobel Winner Dies 3 Days Before Prize Announced

The three scientists who won this year's Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine worked with grasshoppers, fruit flies, mice and human cells to open important windows on how all these creatures defend themselves against microbial invaders and refrain from attacking their own cells – except when they don't.

The Rockefeller University » Scientists & Research

The Rockefeller University » Scientists & Research

Dendritic cells were discovered by Ralph Steinman, posthumous winner of the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine 2011

Dendritic cells were discovered by Ralph Steinman, posthumous winner of the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine 2011

The Puzzle of Pancreatic Cancer: How Steve Jobs Did Not Beat the Odds—but Nobel Winner Ralph Steinman Did - Scientific American

The Puzzle of Pancreatic Cancer: How Steve Jobs Did Not Beat the Odds—but Nobel Winner Ralph Steinman Did - Scientific American

Despite having the same name, the diseases that killed Apple co-founder Steve Jobs and 2011 Nobel laureate Ralph Steinman are different kinds of cancer. Researchers are looking for new ways to diagnose and treat both

Despite having the same name, the diseases that killed Apple co-founder Steve Jobs and 2011 Nobel laureate Ralph Steinman are different kinds of cancer. Researchers are looking for new ways to diagnose and treat both

Gown by Jean Kormos of Ghost Tailor silkscreened with images of dendritic cells (2012). Custom made for the daughter-in-law of dendritic cell discoverer Ralph Steinman to wear to posthumous ceremony awarding his Nobel prize.

A Dress Worthy of a Nobel Prize

Gown by Jean Kormos of Ghost Tailor silkscreened with images of dendritic cells (2012). Custom made for the daughter-in-law of dendritic cell discoverer Ralph Steinman to wear to posthumous ceremony awarding his Nobel prize.

Zanvil Cohn (left) and Ralph Steinman in 1983.

Zanvil Cohn (left) and Ralph Steinman in 1983.

Trace Minerals Repair Cavities - Minerals left out of the discussion here are still important. We have discussed the two essential minerals to remineralize teeth, calcium and phosphorus. Dentist and researcher Ralph Steinman recognized that magnesium, copper, iron, and manganese could all significantly influence tooth decay  Read more: http://health.tipsdiscover.com/trace-minerals-repair-cavities/#ixzz2c9PVXMSX

Trace Minerals Repair Cavities - Minerals left out of the discussion here are still important. We have discussed the two essential minerals to remineralize teeth, calcium and phosphorus. Dentist and researcher Ralph Steinman recognized that magnesium, copper, iron, and manganese could all significantly influence tooth decay Read more: http://health.tipsdiscover.com/trace-minerals-repair-cavities/#ixzz2c9PVXMSX

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