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Audrey Elizabeth Veazie Haschemeyer

Audrey Elizabeth Veazie Haschemeyer, American molecular biologist. Member American Society Biological Chemists; member American Physiological Society, Biophysics Society.Soc. (council 1976-1979, executive committee 1978-1979), American Society Zoologists, Society de Chimie Biologique, American Institute Biological Sciences, Marine Biological Laboratory, Sigma Xi.

Background

  • Haschemeyer, Audrey Elizabeth Veazie was born on October 31, 1936 in Chicago, Illinois, United States. Daughter of Waldemar H. and Elizabeth (Gibson) Veazie.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Science in Chemistry, University Illinois, 1957. Doctor of Philosophy, University California, 1961.

    Career

    • Research associate Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1961-1964, Harvard University Medical School, 1965-1967. Associate in biological chemistry Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, 1967-1969. Member faculty Hunter College, City University of New York, since 1969, professor biology and biochemistry, since 1974, chairman department biological science, since 1980.

      Chief scientist R-V Alpha Helix, 1978, United States Coast Guard Polar Star, 1981. Project leader McMurdo Station, Antarctica, summers 1978-1980. Station science leader Palmer Station, Antarctica, summer 1982.

    Works

    • Author numerous papers in field.

    Membership

    Member American Society Biological Chemists. Member American Physiological Society, Biophysics Society.Soc. (council 1976-1979, executive committee 1978-1979), American Society Zoologists, Society de Chimie Biologique, American Institute Biological Sciences, Marine Biological Laboratory, Sigma Xi.

    Connections

    • father: Waldemar H. Veazie
    • mother: Elizabeth (Gibson) Veazie
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    Born October 31, 1936
    Nationality
    • 1957
      University Illinois
    • 1961
      University California
    • 1961 - 1964
      Research associate, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
    • 1965 - 1967
      Research associate, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
    • 1967 - 1969
      associate, in biological chemistry Massachusetts General Hospital
      Boston, Massachusetts, United States
    • 1969
      member, faculty Hunter College