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William Norman Bigler

William Norman Bigler, American chemistry educator, biochemist. Achievements include research in biochemistry of cell division, regulatory enzymes; effects of ionizing radiation and slime molds; high pressure liquid chromatography; von Hipple-Lindau syndrome. National Institutes of Health fellow University California, Los Angeles, 1968-1970.

Background

  • Bigler, William Norman was born on August 29, 1937 in Oakland, California, United States.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Arts California, Berkeley, 1960. Master of Science, San Jose State College, 1963. Doctor of Philosophy in Biochemistry, University Colorado, Boulder, 1968.

    Career

    • Acting assistant professor biochemistry University California, Los Angeles, 1970. From assistant to associate professor chemical Rochester Institute of Technology, 1970-1981, director clinical chemical, 1976-1981. Professor chemistry and director, Center Advanced Medical Technology, San Francisco State University, since 1981.

      Visiting associate professor biochemistry and biophysics University Hawaii, 1977-1978.

    Major achievements

    • Achievements include research in biochemistry of cell division, regulatory enzymes. Effects of ionizing radiation and slime molds. High pressure liquid chromatography.

      Von Hipple-Lindau syndrome.

    Membership

    Member American Association for the Advancement of Science, New York Academy of Sciences, American Association Clinical Chemists, American Chemical Society.

    Connections

    • Married, 1961; 3 children.
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    Born August 29, 1937
    Nationality
    • 1960
      University California
    • 1963
      San Jose State College
    • 1968
      University Colorado
    • 1970
      Acting assistant, professor biochemistry University California
    • 1981
      professor, Center Advanced Medical
    • 1981
      Technology, Center Advanced Medical

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