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Memoirs of a Cancer Researcher (eBook)

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This narrative of a cancer researcher spans a period in which biomedicine research has been so revolutionary. The educational background and socioeconomic circumstances of the author make the story unique, shedding light on many important intellectual achievements. The author also provides an insightful view on how decisions at the upper echelon of scientific institutions affect cancer researchers. The vivid account of scientific discovery and intellectual evolution provides a fine example for the next generation of cancer researchers.

Contents:
  • My Childhood (1942–1954)
  • Agustin Alvarez National College (1955–1959)
  • The Medical School and My Research in Experimental Pathology (1960–1966)
  • Irma, the Turning Point
  • My Postdoctoral Years in Argentina (1967–1971)
  • My Training in the USA (1972–1973)
  • The Breast Cancer Virus and the Viral Team (1973–1976)
  • The Breast Cancer Research Laboratory (BCRL) (Defining the Aims 1973–1978)
  • The Breast Cancer Research Laboratory — Part 1 (Expanding the Wings 1979–1991)
  • The Breast Cancer Research Laboratory — Part 2 (Expanding the Wings 1979–1991)
  • The Peak of the Mountain (1991–2002)
  • Accomplishments, Sickness, and Death
  • Rebuilding My Life
  • My Legacy

Readership: Students and researchers working in the biomedical field, especially cancer research. General public interested in the life stories of scientists. Cancer Research;Breast Cancer;Cancer Prevention;Vial Particles;Development;Carcinogenesis;Oncogenes;Organ Culture;Tissue Culture;Genomic;Epigenetic;Peronism;Argentina;Mendoza;Medical School;Experimental Pathology;Electron Microscopy;Pathology00

This narrative of a cancer researcher spans a period in which biomedicine research has been so revolutionary. The educational background and socioeconomic circumstances of the author make the story unique, shedding light on many important intellectual achievements. The author also provides an insightful view on how decisions at the upper echelon of scientific institutions affect cancer researchers. The vivid account of scientific discovery and intellectual evolution provides a fine example for the next generation of cancer researchers.

Contents:
  • My Childhood (1942–1954)
  • Agustin Alvarez National College (1955–1959)
  • The Medical School and My Research in Experimental Pathology (1960–1966)
  • Irma, the Turning Point
  • My Postdoctoral Years in Argentina (1967–1971)
  • My Training in the USA (1972–1973)
  • The Breast Cancer Virus and the Viral Team (1973–1976)
  • The Breast Cancer Research Laboratory (BCRL) (Defining the Aims 1973–1978)
  • The Breast Cancer Research Laboratory — Part 1 (Expanding the Wings 1979–1991)
  • The Breast Cancer Research Laboratory — Part 2 (Expanding the Wings 1979–1991)
  • The Peak of the Mountain (1991–2002)
  • Accomplishments, Sickness, and Death
  • Rebuilding My Life
  • My Legacy

Readership: Students and researchers working in the biomedical field, especially cancer research. General public interested in the life stories of scientists. Cancer Research;Breast Cancer;Cancer Prevention;Vial Particles;Development;Carcinogenesis;Oncogenes;Organ Culture;Tissue Culture;Genomic;Epigenetic;Peronism;Argentina;Mendoza;Medical School;Experimental Pathology;Electron Microscopy;Pathology00


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