Both are considered brilliant scholars who take big risks. They have iconic status among scientists worldwide, but they also represent the day-to-day work thats such a critical part of the Triangles culture.
Cohen, with his landmark HIV study, and Lefkowitz, with research that won the 2012 Nobel Prize in Chemistry, have barely met. But they got together recently for a joint photo. At that meeting, Cohen did what any good scientist would: He pumped Lefkowitz for details about what its like to win the Nobel.
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Dr. Robert Lefkowitz, Nobel in hand, still shapes young researchers