Munzer Professor
Department of Developmental Biology & of Biochemistry
Stanford University School of Medicine
Stanford, CA 94305-5427

Email tran@cmgm.stanford.edu
Tel (650) 723-6166

 
Birth, Marriage and Children: Born - Nov 17, 1925, in Oakland, Ca, to Thorin R.and Phoebe S. Hogness: Married Sept 18, 1948 to Judith Gore, children: Peter S. and Chistopher G. Hogness.
 
Nationality: Citizen, by birth, of the United States of America.

Education:

1949 B.S. in Chemistry, California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, Ca
1952 Ph. D. in Biology and Chemistry, California Institute of Technology
1952-54 National Research Council Lilly Fellow with Dr. Jacques Monod, Institut Pasteur
Paris, France
1954-55 National Foundation Fellow, New York University, New York
Professional Background:
1955-57 Instructor of Microbiology, Washington University School of Medicine, St. Louis
1957-59 Assistant Professor of Microbiology, Washington University School of Medicine
1959-61 Assistant Professor, Department of Biochemistry, Stanford University
1961-66 Associate Professor, Department of Biochemistry, Stanford University
1966 Professor, Department of Biochemistry, Stanford, Ca
1986-89 Chairman, Department of Biochemistry, Stanford University
1989-99 Professor of Development Biology and of Biochemistry
Oct 1999 Emeritus
Honors:
2013 Warren Alpert Foundation Prize
1966 Newcomb Cleveland Prize, American Assoc. for the Advancement of Science
1968-69 Guggenheim Foundation Fellow
1970 Co-Chairman, Gordon Conference on Nucleic Acids
1976 Member, National Academy of Sciences, USA
1976 Member, American Academy of Arts and Sciences
1977-78 Member, National Cancer Advisory Board
1977 Ricketts Award, Unversity of Chicago
1979 Harvey Society Lecturer
1981 Co-Chairman, Gordon Conference on Developmental Biology
1982 Member, NSF Alan T. Waterman Award Committee
1982 California Institute of Technology Distinguished Alumni Award
1984 Genetics Society of America Medal
1985 The Sonneborn Lecture, Indiana University
1986 Honorary Degree, University of Crete, Greece
1986 Honorary Degree, University of Basel, Switzerland
1987 Honorary Member, Japanese Biochemistry Society
1988 Newcomb Cleveland Prize, American Assoc. for the Advancement of Science
1991 The Rudy J. and Daphne Donohue Munzer Professorship
1992 Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science
1992 Elected Associate Member of the EMBO, 1992
1994 Member, Scientific Advisory Committee, European Molecular Biology Laboratories
1995 Humboldt Research Award, Germany
1995 Darwin Prize, University of Edinburgh
1997 March of Dimes Prize in Developmental Biology