IIT BIOLOGY LECTURE
Honoring IIT Biology Professor Emeritus Dale Webster
Featuring Professor Serge Vinogradov (Ph.D. CHEM '60) of Wayne State
"Hemoglobins: from Man to Bacteria and Back"
The McCormick Tribune Campus Center Ballroom, IIT Main Campus
March 7, 2013, 4 p.m.
Professor Vinogradov [left] is professor of biochemistry and molecular biology at Wayne State University School of Medicine and a leading scholar in bacterial hemoglobins, a field of study founded by Dale Webster [above], emeritus research professor of biology and distinguished professor of biology at IIT. It has since become a widely studied area, in basic knowledge of hemoglobin structure, function, and evolution, and in robust use of bacterial hemoglobin in many important practical applications.
Reception to follow.
|1976 Biology Faculty: (front row) Nicholas Grecz, Kiyoshi Kusano, William Danforth, Dale Webster, Daniel Koblich, Allen Roush; (back row) Donald Jasper, Donald Farquharson Pranab Sarkar, Robert Roth, and Francis Hoskin|