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  1. Elizabeth Roboz (* 1904 in Ungarn; † 9. Januar 1995 in Berkeley, Kalifornien [1]) war eine US-amerikanische Neurochemikerin. [2] [3] Inhaltsverzeichnis. 1 Leben. 2 Veröffentlichungen. 3 Literatur. 4 Einzelnachweise. Leben. Die Tochter eines Rabbiners und Lehrers wuchs im transsylvanischen Szászváros auf.

  2. Elizabeth Roboz-Einstein (April 11, 1904 – January 9, 1995) was a biochemist and neuroscientist known for purifying and characterizing myelin basic protein (MBP), investigating its potential role in the neurodegenerative disease multiple sclerosis (MS), and helping pioneer the field of neurochemistry.

  3. 9. Juni 2021 · Dr Elizabeth Roboz-Einstein (1904-1995) She was a biochemist and neuroscientist known for purifying and characterizing the myelin basic protein (MBP), studying its possible role in the neurodegenerative disease multiple sclerosis (MS), and became a pioneer in the field of neurochemistry.

  4. 6. Okt. 2021 · Elizabeth Roboz-Einstein. Elizabeth Roboz-Einstein was born in Hungary in 1904 and relocated to the United States in 1940 in response to nazi forces invading Hungary. She married Hans Einstein, the first son of Albert Einstein. In an effort to better teach her students, she studied neurochemistry.

    • Celeste Gonzalez Osorio, Pragnya Guduru, Nico Osier
    • 10.3389/fnint.2021.750603
    • 2021
    • Front Integr Neurosci. 2021; 15: 750603.
  5. Elizabeth Roboz Einstein, (19041995) Remembrance; Published: July 1995; Volume 20, page 885, (1995) Cite this article

    • Paola S. Timiras
    • 1995
  6. Elizabeth Roboz, Ph.D. From the departments of biological chemistry and neurology, Georgetown University School of Medicine, Washington, D.C., and the laboratory of clinical sciences, National Institute of Mental Health, National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, Maryland.

  7. Biochemist and neuroscientist Elizabeth Roboz Einstein (1904-1995) had just left the Cornell University Sugar Research Foundation joined the Food Research Laboratory at Stanford Research Institute when Stanford University distributed this photograph.