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molecular geneticist

Joel Bruce Kirschbaum, American molecular geneticist. Named Principal Investigator, American Cancer Society; Woodrow Wilson fellow, 1967-1968, Helen Hay Whitney fellow, 1973-1975, Medical Foundation Boston, Inc. fellow, 1978-1980, research grant, 1979-1981. Member of American Association for the Advancement of Science.

Background

Kirschbaum, Joel Bruce was born on August 29, 1945 in Palo Alto, California, United States. Son of Howard William and Wilhelmina (Jensen) Kirschbaum.

Education

Bachelor in Chemistry, Pomona College, 1967. Doctor of Philosophy, Harvard University, 1972.

Career

Charge de recherche University Geneve, Switzerland, 1975—1977. Research associate neuroscience Children's Hospital Medical Center, Boston, 1977—1981. Instructor neuropathology Harvard Medical School, 1977—1981.

Supervisor molecular biology section Stauffer Chemical Company, Richmond, California, 1981—1985. Director research and development CODON corporation, South San Francisco, 1985—1990. Vice president Research and Development RiboGene, Inc., since 1990.

Assistant instructor Cold Spring Harbor Bacterial Genetics Course, 1971. Course instructor European Molecular Biology Organization, 1976.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor articles to professional and scholarly journals.

Membership

Member of American Association for the Advancement of Science.

Connections

Married Felicity Russell Kirschbaum, September 14, 1974.

father:
Howard William Kirschbaum

mother:
Wilhelmina (Jensen) Kirschbaum

spouse:
Felicity Russell Kirschbaum