Women in History - Biology

Ruhlen Rachel rar453s at nic.smsu.edu
Tue Apr 11 14:00:05 EST 1995

Rae Nishi (nishir at ohsu.edu) wrote:
: In article <3krvoq$mqo at monk.austin.cc.tx.us>,
: cddunn at monk.austin.cc.tx.us (charles dunn) writes:
: > > > This is women in history month at our school and I need material on women
: > > > who have done significant research in the biological sciences.  All the female
: > > > researhers I know of are still alive and hence not yet history.
: > > 
: How about Barbara McClintock-  a pioneer in genetics.  Or Mary Shorey-
: who published a paper in 1909. "The effect of the destruction of
: peripheral areas on the differentiation of the neuroblasts" J. Exp.
: Zool 7: 25-64 that was repeated by V. Hamburger in 1934---- Hamburger
: is the one who got famous for the work; although he is careful to cite
: Shorey in his 1934 paper.

: Also there is Hilda Mangold (remember reading about Spemann and Mangold
: in embryology?) who is cited extensively for her work on primary
: induction (of the nervous system).

: Rae Nishi, PhD
: Assoc. Prof.
: Dept. Cell Biology & Anatomy
: Oregon Health Sciences University
: Portland Oregon 97201
: **that's Orygun, NOT Ora-Gone**

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