George Pieczenik

Associate Professor
Biochemistry and Microbiology
School of Environmental and Biological Sciences

Key topics: DNA, human genome, Nobel laureates I have known and how they think, patent litigation, biotech stocks and investments, RNA interference, America's educational system, The Theory of Genotypic Selection, Evolution of Epidemics (i.e. HIV).

George Pieczenik, Ph.D., has published with three Nobel laureates, including Sir Francis Crick, discoveror of DNA structure. He has worked with eight Nobel laureates and has published with more independent Nobel laureates than anyone in history.…

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Jay Tischfield

Professor
Department of Genetics
School of Arts and Sciences

Key topics: Genetics, medical genetics, gene disorders, genetically linked diseases, genetics of psychiatric disorders, large-scale genetics, complex human diseases, genetics of alcoholism.

Jay A. Tischfield, Ph.D., is a well-known authority in the genetics field. He directs the Rutgers University Cell and DNA Repository, the largest university-based repository in the world.

A diplomat of the American Board of Medical…

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