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David Ginsburg Elected Member of National Academy of Sciences
May 1, 2007 - The National Academy of Sciences today announced the election of Life Sciences Institute Research Professor, David Ginsburg, M.D. to its ranks. Election to the Academy is considered one of the highest honors bestowed upon scientists, in recognition of distinguished and continuing achievements in original research.
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Ginsburg Elected to American Academy of Arts and Sciences
May 2, 2005 - The prestigious American Academy of Arts and Sciences recently announced Senior Research Professor David Ginsburg as part of their 225th class. Individuals are selected from various disciplines, including the biological and physical sciences, arts and humanities, social sciences, public affairs, and business, after making significant contributions in their area of study and to society in general.
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Ginsburg Featured in ASBMB Newsletter
Jan. 20, 2005 - The Jan. 2005 Edition of ASBMB Today, the Newsletter of the American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, entitled "Celebrating the Past & Looking to the Future", featured many of the notable findings of 2004. One of the articles was written by Dr. David Ginsburg, focusing on how streptococcus may thwart blood clotting mechanisms.
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David Ginsburg Featured in Science Magazine
Aug. 26, 2004 - Life Sciences Institute research professor David Ginsburg and colleagues published on strep and blood clotting.
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Ginsburg Delivers Neel Distinguished University Professor Lecture
April 14, 2004 - LSI Research Professor David Ginsburg, who was named the James V. Neel Distinguished University Professor of Internal Medicine and Human Genetics in Sep. 2003, gave his Distinguished University Professor lecture, "To Bleed or Not to Bleed" on April 13 in the Rackham Amphitheatre. Dr. Ginsburg is also the 2004 recipient of the ASCI Award of the American Society of Clinical Investigation, and was awarded the Basic Research Prize by the American Heart Association in Dec. 2003 for discovering the molecular genetic defects causing major bleeding disorders.
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