Raymond F. Gesteland
Raymond F. Gesteland, American geneticist.
Gesteland, Raymond F. was born on April 2, 1938 in Madison, Wisconsin, United States. Son of Elmer Raymond and Bernice Jeanette (Elver) Gesteland.
Bachelor of Science in Chemistry, University Wisconsin, 1960. Master of Science in Biochemistry, University Wisconsin, 1961. Doctor of Philosophy in Biochemistry, Harvard University, 1965.
Assistant director, senior staff investigator Cold Spring Harbor (New York ) Lab, 1967-1978. Assistant professor, associate professor State University of New York, Stony Brook, 1967—1978. Investigator Howard Hughes Medical Institute, Bethesda, Maryland, 1978—1998.
Professor biology University Utah, Salt Lake City, since 1978, distinguished professor human genetics, since 1984, chairman human genetics, 1984-2000, vice president for research, since 2000. Adjunct professor bioengineering University Utah, Salt Lake City, since 1989. Director Utah Center Human Genome Research, Salt Lake City, 1989—2000.
Married Harriett McDonough, April 18, 1960. Children: Becky, Christopher, Katherine, Per.
Elmer Raymond Gesteland
Bernice Jeanette (Elver) Gesteland