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biochemist , chemistry educator

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.

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.