Harry Steenbock Lectures

Harry Steenbock (1886-1967) was a distinguished Professor of Biochemistry at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. His interests and contributions spanned many areas of nutrition and biochemistry. One of his outstanding achievements was the discovery of the irradiation process for producing vitamin D. To honor Professor Steenbock, the Steenbock Endowment sponsors a lecture each year at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.





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2014

Ron Vale
University of California-San Francisco
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Stubbe poster
2013
JoAnne Stubbe
M.I.T.

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 Dixon Lecture
2012
Jack Dixon

University of California-San Diego/HHMI

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2011
Chris Walsh

 Baker poster 2010
2010
David Baker
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2009
Michael Czech

 
2008
Frances Arnold
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2008
Peter Schultz
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2007
Roderick MacKinnon


2004
Ada Yonath

Wuthrich 2002
2002
Kurt Wuthrich

Meyerowitz 2000
2001
Patrick Brown

Meyerowitz 2000
2000
Elliot Meyerowitz

Tinoco 2000
2000
Ignacio Tinoco

Schatz 1999
1999
Gottfried Schatz

Boter 1998
1998
Paul Boyer

Blobel 1997
1997
Günter Blobel
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Rothman 1996
1996
James Rothman

Cech 1995
1995
Thomas Cech

Hippel 1994
1994
Peter von Hippel

Prockup 1993
1993
Darwin Prockop

Darnell 1993
1993
James Darnell

Yanamoto 1992
1992
Keith Yamamoto

Brown 1992
1992
Donald Brown

Steitz 1991
1991
Joan Argetsinger Steitz
 

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