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American Society for Clinical Investigation

PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATION

"The American Society for Clinical Investigation, established in 1908, is one of the nation's oldest and most respected medical honor societies. The ASCI comprises more than 2,800 physician-scientists from all medical specialties elected to the Society for their outstanding records of scholarly achievement in biomedical research."

Official Website:
http://www.the-asci.org/

Location:
Ann Arbor, MI

Founding Date:
1908

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Peter Agre
Biologist
30-Jan-1949   Water channels of cell membranes
Bruce A. Beutler
Biologist
29-Dec-1957   Lipopolysaccharide receptors
Michael S. Brown
Biologist
13-Apr-1941   Metabolism of cholesterol
William T. Butler
Doctor
c. 1932   Baylor College of Medicine
Paul A. Friedman
Business
c. 1942   CEO of Incyte
James R. Gavin III
Doctor
c. 1945   Morehouse School of Medicine
Lee Goldman
Doctor
6-Jan-1948   Goldman Index for cardiac risk
Joseph L. Goldstein
Scientist
18-Apr-1940   Hypercholesterolemia and cell metabolism
Harry R. Jacobson
Doctor
c. 1947   Vice Chancellor for Health at Vanderbilt
William N. Kelley
Doctor
23-Jun-1939   Kelley-Seegmiller Syndrome
Jeffrey M. Leiden
Doctor
c. 1953   Clarus Ventures
Victor A. McKusick
Scientist
21-Oct-1921 22-Jul-2008 Father of medical genetics
John Mendelsohn
Biologist
31-Aug-1936   Cancer researcher
Ralph M. Steinman
Biologist
14-Jan-1943 30-Sep-2011 Dendritic cells
Louis Wade Sullivan
Government
3-Nov-1933   US Secretary of HHS, 1989-93
E. Donnall Thomas
Scientist
15-Mar-1920   Bone marrow transplants


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