Assistant professor department biochemistry and molecular biology Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1971-1975, associate professor, 1975-1979, professor biochemistry and biophysics, from 1979, chairman department molecular and cellular biology, 1992-1995, investigator Howard Hughes Medical Institute, from 1987. Member biophysics chemistry study section National Institutes of Health, 1981-1985. Shipley Symposium lecturer Harvard Medical School, 1985, Peter A. Leermakers Symposium lecturer Wesleyan University, 1986, K.F. Meyer lecturer University California, San Francisco, 1986, John T. Edsall lecturer Harvard University, 1987, Washburn lecturer Boston Museum of Science, 1987, Harvey lecturer New York Academy of Sciences, 1988, XVI Linus Pauling lecturer Stanford University, 1989.
Research associate in medicine Children's Hospital, Boston, since 1990.
Fellow National Academy of Sciences (lecturer 1988). Member American Association for the Advancement of Science, American Academy Arts and Sciences, American Chemical Society (Nichol's Distinguished Symposium lecturer Northeast section 1988), American Crystallographic Association, American Society Microbiology, American Society for Chemistry and Molecular Biology, American Society for Virology, Biophysics Society (National lecturer 1989), Protein Society, American Phil.
Born October 21, 1944
1971 - 1975