Two Jewish Scientists Win 1964 Lasker Award for Medical Research

Two Jews were among the three winners of the 1964 Albert Lasker medical research awards announced yesterday by Mrs. Albert D. Lasker, president of the Albert and Mary Lasker Foundation.

Dr. Nathan S. Kline, research director at the Rockland State Hospital, was named winner of the $10, 000 clinical research award for his experiments with anti-depressant drugs and his findings that thousands of mentally disturbed persons could be scared hospitalization through use of the drugs. Dr. Harry Rubin, professor of virology at the University of California in Berkeley, shared with Dr. Renato Dulbecco of the Calk Institute of Biological Studies in San Diego, the Lasker $10, 000 basic medical research award, for work in cancer research.

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