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Günter Blobel: 1936-2018

Rockefeller scientist won 1999 Nobel Prize for discovery of system governing protein transport

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Shixin Liu

Shixin Liu

LABORATORY OF NANOSCALE BIOPHYSICS AND BIOCHEMISTRY

Rockefeller University is a truly special place to do science. I constantly draw inspiration from world-renowned pioneers, my fellow faculty, vibrant students and postdocs. These people are what define Rockefeller. Once you are here, you become part of it.

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