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Lasker

(ˈlæskə)
n
(Biography) Emanuel. 1868–1941, German chess player: world champion (1894–1921)
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A physician, a molecular biologist and a biochemist received the 43rd annual Albert Lasker Medical Research Awards, announced this week by the Albert and Mary Lasker Foundation in New York City.
Three molecular geneticists who clarified the relationship between DNA and antibody production, along with a psychiatrist who pioneered drug treatment for the mentally ill, are recipients of the 42nd annual Albert Lasker Medical Research Awards, which were announced this week.
Given by the Albert and Mary Lasker Foundation of New York, the awards cited the winners for outstanding contributions to medical science in either a clinical setting or in a basic research laboratory.