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Alwin Max Pappenheimer, Jr.

Date of Birth 25-November-1908
Place of Birth Cedarhurst
(United States of America, New York, Nassau County)
Nationality United States of America
Also know as Alwin M. Pappenheimer, Jr.
Alwin Max Pappenheimer, Jr. was an American a biochemist and immunologist. Pappenheimer was noted for his advances in the field of bacterial toxins and in particular for isolation and analysis of the diphtheria toxin for which he received Eli Lilly Award in 1941. Pappenheimer was professor of biology at Harvard University, professor of bacteriology and immunology at New York University, master of Dunster House, a member of the National Academy of Sciences, a member of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, president of the American Association of Immunologists. He received the Eli Lilly Award and the Paul Ehrlich Prize and Gold Medal.

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