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Academic Genealogy of Chemistry Faculty

Snell
Esmond Snell (1)
Wisconsin, 1938
UT: 1941-45, 51-56, 76-2003†
Alan Lambowitz
Yale, 1972
UT: 1997-
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Carolyn W. Slayman
Rockefeller, 1963
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Edward L. Tatum (2)
Wisconsin, 1934
Nobel
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William H. Peterson
Wisconsin, 1913
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Albrecht Kossel
Strasbourg, 1878
Nobel
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Hoppe-Seyler
Felix Hoppe-Seyler (3)
Berlin, 1851 (MD)
influenced by
Karl G. Lehmann
Leipzig, 1835

1. Snell taught at Wisconsin from 1945 to 1951, and at Berkeley from 1956 to 1976. Obituary

2. Tatum's co-adviser was Edwin Broun Fred (Wisconsin, 1911).

3. Hoppe-Seyler worked under physiological chemist Lehmann at Leipzig before completing his medical studies at Berlin. cf. Max Planck Institute.