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Jamison, Kay R.

 Person

Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:

Genetic Approaches to Schizophrenia, 1988-04-17 - 1988-04-20

 File
Scope and Contents The Genetic Approaches in Schizophrenia meeting brought together expert geneticists and psychiatrists who have been studying the genetics of schizophrenia. The aim of the meeting was to determine if the armamentarium of molecular genetics that has been applied so successfully in other human inherited disorders can be applied to schizophrenia. However, it became clear during the course of the meeting that so little is known about the underlying biology of schizophrenia, and its definitive...
Dates: 1988-04-17 - 1988-04-20

Kay Jamison "Manic Depression", 1993-12-07

 File
Identifier: AV/6
Scope and Contents

Jan Witkowski introduces Kay Jamison, Johns Hopkins University, who speaks about manic depressive illness.

Dates: 1993-12-07

Kay Redfield Jamison, 2003-09-09

 Item — Box AV06, Hi8: CSHL1264
Scope and Contents

Kay Redfield Jamison, psychiatrist and author, is interviewed by Mila Pollock, on September 9, 2003, at Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory.

Kay Redfield Jamison discusses the following in her interview: Scene 1. Jim Watson: personality and influence -- Scene 2. Jim and Liz Watson -- Scene 3. Jim Watson, writer "The double helix" -- Scene 4. Jim Watson, writer "A passion for DNA".

Dates: 2003-09-09

Oral History Collection

 Collection
Identifier: OH
Scope and Contents The Oral History Collection contains interviews conducted with 200 scientists within the fields of molecular biology, genetics, and the life sciences between 1990 and 2018. The interviewees provide first-hand accounts of their experiences in the fields of modern biology, such as neuroscience, cancer, genetics, plant genetics, genomics, biotechnology and others, from the 1940s through the 2000s. The collection contains audio and video recordings, as well as transcripts of interviews....
Dates: 1990 - 2019

James D. Watson Collection

 Collection
Identifier: JDW
Abstract The James D. Watson Collection documents the life and career of James D. Watson, co-recipient of the 1962 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for the discovery of the double helix structure of DNA, the Director (and later President and Chancellor) of Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, and the first director of the National Center for Human Genome Research. The collection includes photographs, correspondence, manuscripts, laboratory notebooks, administrative records, teaching files,...
Dates: 1800s-2022

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