Lefkowtiz, Robert J., Papers, 1971-2007

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Collection Number: MC.0039
Robert J. Lefkowitz Papers,

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Collection Overview

Size: 368.5 linear feet 232 record storage boxes, 1 document case, 1 CD box, 9 linear feet of oversize rolls, 1 oversize box; 9 linear feet of film sheets.
Abstract: Contains professional papers of Robert J. Lefkowitz, James B. Duke Professor of Medicine and Biochemistry and Howard Hughes Medical Institute Investigator in the Department of Biochemistry at Duke University Medical Center. Types of materials include conference materials, speeches, memoranda, committee materials, and former employee files. Major subjects include Duke University Dept. of Biochemistry, Duke University School of Medicine, and the Howard Hughes Medical Institute. Materials range in date from 1974 to 2007.
Creator: Lefkowitz, Robert J., 1943-
Language: English
Repository Duke University Medical Center Archives
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This collection may contain materials with sensitive or confidential information that is protected under federal or state right to privacy laws and regulations, including the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA). Researchers are advised that the disclosure of certain information pertaining to identifiable individuals represented in this collection without the consent of those individuals or IRB approval may have legal ramifications (e.g., a cause of action under common law for invasion of privacy may arise if facts concerning an individual's private life are published that would be deemed highly offensive to a reasonable person) for which Duke University assumes no responsibility.
Contains University Administrative records. These include records of the officers of the University, as defined in the Bylaws, the deans of schools and colleges, and departments, institutes, and other offices as designated by the President. For a period of twenty-five years from the origin of the material, permission in writing from the director of the office of record and the Medical Center Archivist is required for use. After twenty-five years, records that have been processed may be consulted with the permission of the Medical Center Archivist.
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Copyright for Official University records is held by Duke University; all other copyright is retained by the authors of items in these papers, or their descendants, as stipulated by United States copyright law.
Preferred Citation
[Identification of item], Robert J. Lefkowitz papers, Duke University Medical Center Archives.
Acquisitions Information
Transfers from the Lefkowitz Lab: A2004-008; A2004-037; A2004-077; A2005-001; A2005-006; A2005-026; A2005-028; A2005-029; A2006-040; A2006-053; A2006-055; A2007-002; A2007-041; A2007-062; A2007-066; A2007-068; A2007-084; A2008-020; A2008-027; A2008-042; A2008-043; A2008-067; A2008-071; A2008-083; A2009-027; A2009-040; A2009-062; A2009-073; A2010-005; A2010-008; A2010-027; A2010-030; A2010-034; A2010-041; A2010-046; A2010-053; A2010-056; A2011-014; A2011-015; A2011-018; A2011-019; A2011-020; A2011-021; A2011-022; A2011-031; A2011-036; A2011-056; A2011-061; A2011-086; A2012-001; A2012-005; A2012-007; A2012-035; A2012-060; A2012-074; A2012-083; A2013-001
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Collections may contain Medical Center Administrative records. These include records of the officers of the University, as defined in the Bylaws, the deans of schools and colleges, and departments, institutes, and other offices as designated by the President. For a period of twenty-five years from the origin of the material, permission in writing from the director of the office of record and the Medical Center Archivist is required for use. After twenty-five years, records that have been processed may be consulted with the permission of the Medical Center Archivist.
Collection may contain Records of the Board of Trustees of the Duke University Medical Center. These include minutes and supporting documentation of the Board, its Executive Committee, and standing and ad hoc committees, and reports, studies, and the like presented solely to the Board. Records which have been existence for at least fifty years are available for scholarly research with the permission of the Medical Center Archivist. Access to records which have been in existence for less than fifty years shall be granted only by special permission, in writing, of the Medical Center Board of Trustees.
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Subject Headings

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Biographical Information

Robert J. Lefkowitz was born on April 15, 1943, in New York City. He attended Columbia College from which he received a Bachelor of Arts Degree in 1962. He graduated from Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons in 1966 (M.D.). After serving an internship and one year of general medical residency at the College of Physicians and Surgeons, he served as a Clinical and Research Associate with Drs. Jesse Roth and Ira Pastan at the National Institutes of Health from 1968 to 1970. From 1970 to 1973 he was at the Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston, Massachusetts, where he completed his medical residency and research and clinical training in cardiovascular disease. During this time, he continued his research in the laboratories of Dr. Edgar Haber and was a teaching fellow at Harvard Medical School. Upon completing this training in 1973, he was appointed associate professor of medicine and assistant professor of biochemistry at the Duke University Medical Center. In 1977 he was promoted to professor of medicine and in 1982 to James B. Duke Professor of Medicine. Lefkowitz has been an investigator of the Howard Hughes Medical Institute since 1976 and was an Established Investigator of the American Heart Association from 1973 to 1976.

Dr. Lefkowitz has received numerous awards and honors including Phi Beta Kappa (1962), Roche Prize for Excellence in Medical Studies (1964), Alpha Omega Alpha (1965), Janeway Prize (1966), Established Investigator of the American Heart Association (1973-1976), Howard Hughes Medical Institute Investigator (1976), Young Scientist Award of the Passano Foundation (1978), John J. Abel Award in Pharmacology of the American Society for Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics (1978), Young Investigator Award, American College of Clinical Pharmacology (1979), George W. Thorn Award for Scientific Excellence of the Howard Hughes Medical Institute (1979), Ernst Oppenheimer Memorial Award of the Endocrine Society (1982), Gordon Wilson Medal (1982), American Clinical and Climatological Association (1983), Lita Annenberg Hazen Award for Excellence in Clinical Research (1985), Award for Outstanding Research of the International Society for Heart Research (1985), Goodman and Gilman Award of the American Society for Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics (1986), Harry B. van Dyke Award for Excellence in Medical Research from the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Columbia University (1986), Steven C. Beering Award for Outstanding Achievement in Biomedical Science of the Indiana University School of Medicine (1986), North Carolina Award for Science (1987), National Academy of Sciences (1988), American Academy of Arts and Sciences (1988), Gairdner Foundation International Award (1988), Novo Nordisk Biotechnology Award (1990), Association of American Medical Colleges Biomedical Research Award (1990), American Heart Association Basic Research Prize (1990), Honorary Member Japanese Biochemical Society (1990), City of Medicine Award with Alfred Gilman and Phillip Leder, Durham, North Carolina (1991), Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons Alumnus Award for Distinguished Achievements in Medicine (1992), Bristol-Myers Squibb Award for Distinguished Achievement in Cardiovascular Research (1992), The Giovanni Lorenzini Prize for Basic Biomedical Research (1992), Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons Joseph Mather Smith Prize (1993), Institute of Medicine National Academy of Sciences (1994), The Endocrine Society Gerald D. Aurbach Lecture Award (1995), Bio/Technology Winter Symposia Feodor Lynen Award (1996), Ciba Award for Hypertension Research (1996), Glorney-Raisbeck Award in Cardiology, The New York Academy of Medicine (1997), NOVARTIS/DREW Award in Biomedical Research (2000), F.E. Shideman-Sterling Award, University of Minnesota (2000), The Louis and Arture Lucian Award for Research in Circulatory Disease (2001), Fred Conrad Koch Award, The Endocrine Society (2001), Jessie Stevenson Kovalenko Medal, The National Academy of Sciences (2001), Peter Harris Distinguished Scientist Award, International Society for Heart (2001), The Francis Gilman Blake Award, Association of American Physicians (2001), Appointed Fellowship in the International Academy of Cardiovascular Sciences (2001), and Fifteenth Annual Pasarow Cardiovascular Research Award, The Robert J. and Claire Pasarow Foundation (2002) In 2007, he was the co-winner of America's top prize in medicine, the Albany Medical Center Prize in Medicine and Biomedical Research.

Lefkowitz has served on the editorial boards of ten leading journals in the fields of biochemistry, pharmacology and clinical investigation and as the president of the American Society for Clinical Investigation and the Association of American Physicians. Lefkowitz has published more than 700 articles, authored or co-authored three books including the seventh edition of the Principles of Biochemistry and given many named and honorary lectures throughout the country and abroad.

[From: http://lefkowitz-symposium.mc.duke.edu/symposium/biosketch.htm]

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Scope and Content

Organized into the following series: Original manuscripts, 1970-1987; A2004-008: Travel and Conferences, 1998-2002; A2004-037: Committees (Inactive), 1984-1999; A2004-077: Records, 1978-2003; A2005-001: Records, 1990-2003; A2005-006 and A2007-041: Collaboration Files records, 1993-2004; A2005-026: Former Employee Files, circa 1980-1998; A2005-028: Howard Hughes Medical Institute materials, 1976-2004; A2006-040: Grant Materials and Travel Records, 1976-2005; A2006-053: Lefkowitz Symposium, 2003; A2006-055: Lab Notebooks and Files, 2003; A2007-002: Committee Travel, 2005; A2007-041: Records, 1974-2006; A2008-020: Laboratory notebooks and AAP Treasurer Materials; A2008-027: Laboratory notebooks, files, data, and slides, 1983-2007; A2008-067: Laboratory Notebooks: Sudha Shenoy, 1999-2004; A2008-071: Laboratory notebooks: Allen Ament, Scott DeWire, Robert Grossman, Martin Opperman, Jacek Ostrowski, Keshava Rajagopal, Erin Whalen.

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Contents list

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A2004-008: Travel and Conferences, 1988-2002


Box 1
Pittaburgh, Pa., University of Pittsburgh Mellon Lecture, March 1988
San Francisco, Calif., Genentech, July 1988
Saxton's River, Vt., Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology (FASEB), July 1988
Meriden, N.H., Gordon Research, August 1988
Bethesda, Md., Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology (FASEB), August 1988
Palo Alto, Calif., Syntex, August 1988
Cincinnati, Ohio, University of Cincinnati Symposium, August 1988
Philadelphia, Pa., Piperon Memorial Lecture, September 1988
Cambridge, Mass., Whitehead Institute, October 1988
Washington, D.C., American Heart Association (AHA) meeting, November 1988
San Francisco, Calif., Genentech, December 1988
New York, N.Y., Population Council, December 1988
Hawaii, American Heart Association (AHA) meeting, January 1989
San Francisco, Calif., American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), January 1989
San Francisco, Calif., Genentech, February 1989
Rancho Mirage, Calif., Annenberg Center, February 1989
Airlie, Va., Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI), February 1989
New Orleans, La., Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology (FASEB), March 1989
Nashville, Tenn., Vanderbilt University, March 1989
Cleveland, Ohio, Cleveland Clinic, April 1989
Washington, D.C., Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI), April 1989
Titisee, Germany, Titisee Conference, April 1989
Washington, D.C., American Federation for Clinical Research (AFCR) Clinical Meetings, April 1989
New York, N.Y., National Academy of Sciences (NAS) meeting, April 1989
Washington, D.C., Pediatric Endocrine Meting, May 1989
Stanford, Calif., Stanford University, Beckman Center, May 1989
New York, N.Y., National Academy of Sciences (NAS), June 1989
Paris, France, Receptor conference, June 1989
Washington, D.C., Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI) site visit, July 1989
San Francisco, Calif., Genentech, July 1989
Seattle, Wash., Protein Society, July-August 1989
Seattle, Wash., Woodhole, Mass., September 1989
Cambridge, Mass., Sterling Drug, September 1989
Kobe, Japan, 7th International Conference on Cyclic Nucleotides, October 1989
Houston, Tex., Welch Foundation, October 1989
Airlie, Va., Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI), November 1989
Harrisburg, Pa., Geisinger, November 1989
Baltimore, Md., Grollman Lecture, November 1989
San Francisco, Calif., Genentech, December 1989
Los Angeles, Calif., University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), February 1990
Boston. Mass., Association of American Physicians (AAP), February 1990
New Orleans, La., Tulane University, March 1990
Stony Brook, N.Y., State University of New York, April 1990
Washington, D.C., National Academy of Sciences (NAS) annual meeting, April 1990
Coral Gables, Fla., per Scholar, March 1990
Washington, D.C., Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI), May 1990
Durham, N.C., Neuroscience Day at Duke, May 1990
New Orleans, La., American Society of Bone and Mineral Research (ASBM), June 1990
Andover, N.H., Gordon Research, June 1990
Saxton's River, Vt., Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology (FASEB), June 1990
Amsterdam, Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI), July 1990
Amsterdam, International Union of Basic and Clinical Pharmacology (IUPHAR), July 1990
Washington, D.C., Decade of the Brain, July 1990
San Francisco, Calif., Genentech, August 1990
Tokyo, Japan, Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI), September 1990
Piscataway, N.J., Center for Advanced Biotechnology and Medicine (CABM), September 1990
Bethesda, Md., Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI), October 1990
San Francisco, Genentech, October 1990
Princeton, N.J., Bristol Meyers Squibb, October 1990
San Francisco, Calif., Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) Award, October 1990
Dallas, Tex., American Heart Association (AHA), Basic Science Research Award, November 1990
Harrisburg, Pa., Geisinger, November 1990
San Francisco, Calif., Genentech, December 1990
New York, N.Y., Harvey Lecture, Rockefeller Center, November 1990
Steamboat, Colo., Keystone, Growth Factor Signaling Transduction, January 1991
Naples, Fla., Healthcare Investments, February 1991
Chicago, Ill., Association of American Physicians (AAP), February 1991
Durham, N.C., Duke University Division of Urologic Surgery, February 1991
San Diego, Calif., Pew Scholar, March 1991
Washington, D.C., Bugher Foundation, March 1991
Cold Spring Harbor, N.Y., Banbury, March 1991
Berkeley, Calif., Choh Hao Li Memorial Lecture, April 1991
San Francisco, Calif., Genentech, April 1991
Atlanta, Ga., American Society of Bone and Mineral Research (ASBM), April 1991
Washington, D.C., National Academy of Sciences (NAS), April 28-May 1 1991
Seattle, Wash., Association of American Physicians/American Society for Clinical Investigation/American Federation for Clinical Research (AAP/ASCI/AFCR) clinical meetings, May 1991
St. Louis, Mo., Jewish Hospital, May 1991
Washington, D.C., National Institutes of Health (NIH), June 1991
Washington, D.C., Endocrine Society, Koch award, June 1991
San Francisco, Calif., Genentech, July 1991
Copenhagen, Denmark, NOVO Symposium, August 1991
Bethesda, Md., Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI), September 1991
Washington, D.C., Congressional Biomedical Caucus, September 1991
Lake Placid, N.Y., Rodbell Symposium, September 1991
Rome, Italy, Pfizer tutorial, October 1991
Rome, Italy, International Congresses on Inflammation (ICOI), October 1991
New York, N.Y., ARIAD, October 1991
Cold Spring Harbor, N.Y., Banbury Center, October 1991
Ithaca, N.Y., Cornell University, November 1991
Graylyn, Duke University Medical Center Off-site retreat, November 1991
Baltimore, Md., American Society of Nephrology, November 1991
Boston, Mass., Nature, November 1991
Harrisburg, Pa., Geisinger, November 1991
New Brunswick, N.J., Johnson and Johnson, December 1991
San Francisco, Calif., Genentech, December 1991

Box 2
Philadelphia, Pa., Franklin Institute, January 1992
Richmond, Va., Association of American Physicians (AAP) Council, February 1992
Stockholm, Sweden, Ulf von Euler lecture, February 1992
Bethesda, Md., Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI), March 1992
Cambridge, Mass., ARIAD, April 1992
Anaheim, Calif., Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology (FASEB), April 1992
Montreal, Quebec, University of Montreal, April 1992
New York, N.Y., Bristol Meyers Squibb, May 1992
San Francisco, Calif., Genentech, May 1992
Washington, D.C., National Academy of Sciences (NAS), April 1992
Lugano, Switzerland, Swiss Methodology Workshop, May 1992
Baltimore, Md., Association of American Physicians (AAP) clinical meetings, May 1992
Bethesda, Md., Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI), May 1992
Cold Spring Harbor, N.Y., Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, May 1992
Amsterdam, Catecholamine Symposium, June 1992
Madrid, Spain, 5th International Congress on Cell Biology, July 1992
Glasgow, Scotland, 8th International Conference on Second Messengers and Proteins, August 1992
Durham, N.C., National Health Council Town Meeting, September 1992
Geneva, Switzerland, International Symposium on G-Protein-Associated Membrane Receptors., September 1992
Cambridge, Mass., Whitehead Institute, October 1992
Groton, Conn., Pfizer, November 1992
Washington, D.C., National Academy of Sciences (NAS), October 1992
Chapel Hill, N.C., University of North Carolina student research day, October 1992
Cambridge, Mass., ARIAD, October 1992
San Francisco, Calif., Genentech, November 1992
Stony Brook, N.Y., Fourth Annual Stony Brook Diabetes Research Center Symposium, November 1992
New York, N.Y., Stony Brook Diabetes and Endocrinology Research Center, November 1992
Danville, Pa., Geisinger, December 1992
Hanover, N.H., Dartmouth, January 1993
Miami, Fla., Biotechnology Winter Symposium, January 1993
Dallas, Tex., Association of American Physicians (AAP) council meeting, February 1993
Anaheim, Calif., National Academy of Sciences (NAS), February 1993
Cambridge, Mass., ARIAD, March 1993
St. Louis, Mo., Jewish Hospital, April 1993
Washington, D.C., National Academy of Sciences (NAS), April 1993
Washington, D.C., Clinical Research Meeting, April-May 1993
Bethesda, Md., Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI), May 1993
New York, N.Y., College of Physicians an Surgeons, Columbia University, May 1993
Association of American Physicians/American Society for Clinical Investigation/American Federation for Clinical Research(AAP/ASCI/AFCR), reviews and abstracts, 1993
PA, Sterling Winthrop, May 1993
New York, N.Y., Mt. Sinai, June 1993
San Francisco, Calif., Genentech, May 1993
Charlottesville, Va., University of Virginia, June 1993
Denver, Colo., Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology (FASEB) summer conference, July 1993
Andover, N.H., Gordon Research, July 1993
Bethesda, Md., National Institutes of Health (NIH) symposium, September 1993
Cambridge, Mass., ARIAD, October 1993
Chevy Chase, Md., Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI), October 1993
Boston, Mass., Evans Day lecture, November 1993
San Francisco, Calif., Genentech, December 1993
N. Queensland, Australia, Baker Medical Research Institute, December 1993
Cleveland, Ohio, Skeggs Lecture, January 1994
New York, N.Y., Association of American Physicians (AAP), February 1994
Keystone, Colo., Keystone symposium, February 1994
Washington, D.C., NAS membership, February 1994
New Orleans, La., Biophysical Society, March 1994
Boston, Mass., ARIAD, March 1994
Chevy Chase, Md., Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI), April 1994
Washington, D.C., National Academy of Sciences (NAS), April 1994
SCOR Reverse Site, May 1994
New York, N.Y., Cornell University, May 1994
Washington, D.C., American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (ASBMB), May 1994
Baltimore, Md., Clinical Meetings, 29 April-1 May 1994
San Francisco, Calif., Genentech, May 1994
Montreal, Quebec, 12th International Congress of Pharmacology, July 1994
Chevy Chase, Md., Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI), September 1994
New Haven, Conn., Yale University, Jack Cooper lecture, October 1994
Orlando, Fla., New York Academy of Sciences, October 1994
Chicago, Ill., Duke University Medical Center medicine search committee, October 1994
Boston, Mass., ARIAD, November 1994
Atlanta, Ga., Medicine search, November 1994
Research Triangle Park, N.C., Glaxo-Wellcome, January 1995
Irvine, Calif., National Academy of Sciences (NAS) class membership, February 1995
Denver, Colo., Association of American Physicians (AAP) Council, February 1995
Washington, D.C., National Academy of Sciences (NAS), April 1995
San Diego, Calif., Clinical meetings, May 1995
Chapel Hill, N.C., University of North Carolina, Avery Steelman lecture, May 1995
San Francisco, Calif., Genentech, May 1995
Boston, Mass., ARIAD, April 1995
Washington, D.C., Gene Therapy, May 1995
Bethesda, Md., Fogarty International, National Institutes of Health (NIH), April 1995
Bethesda, Md., National Institutes of Health (NIH), Mouse as a Model, April 1995
Washington, D.C., Endocrine Society, Aurbacj lecture, June 1995
Bethesda, Md., National Institutes of Health (NIH), Global Village of J. E. Rall and Jacob Robbins, June 1995
Copenhagen, Denmark, Alfred Benzon Foundation, June 1995
Meriden, N.H., Gordon Research, July-August 1995
Bethesda, Md., Gene Therapy, July 1995
Stevenson, Wash., Endocrine Society, July-August 1995
San Francisco, Calif., Genentech, August 1995
San Francisco, Calif., National Institutes of Health (NIH) Gene Therapy meeting, August 1995
Boston, Mass., Beth Israel, September 1995
Washington, D.C., Gene Therapy Panel, October 1995
Bethesda, Md., Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI), October 1995
Durham, N.C., Duke University, Heart Center board, October 1995
Nashville, Tenn., 9th International Conference on Catecholamine, October 1995
Boston, Mass., ARIAD, November 1995
Durham, N.C., Duke University, New Horizons in Science, November 1995
Washington, D.C., Institute of Medicine, October 1995
San Francisco, Calif., Genentech, November 1995
Anaheim, Calif., American Heart Association, November 1995
Princeton, N.J., Bristol Meyers Squibb, November-December 1995
Durham, N.C., Duke University, Rheumatology, January 1996
Denver, Colo., University of Colorado, January 1996
San Francisco, Calif., J. David Gladstone Institute, January 1996
Keystone, Colo., Keystone, January-February 1996
Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., Miami Winter Symposia, February 1996
Switzerland, Swiss Methodology Workshop, March 1996
Chicago, Ill., Association of American Physicians (AAP) council meeting, February 1996
New York, N.Y., New York University Medical Center, April 1996
Washington, D.C., Solomon Berson Distinguished Lecturer, April 1996
Danville, Pa., Experimental Biology, April 1996
Washington, D.C., Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology (FASEB), April 1996
Washington, D.C., National Academy of Sciences (NAS), April 1996
Boston, Mass., ARIAD, April 1996
Washington, D.C., BioMedicine '96, May 1996
Washington, D.C., American Pediatric Societies, May 1996
San Francisco, Calif., Genentech, May 1996
Toronto, Calif., Samuel Lunenfeld Research Symposium, June 1996
New Orleans, La., American Heart Association (AHA)-did not attend, 1996
Copper Mountain, Colo., Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology (FASEB) summer conference, July 1996
Snowbird, Utah, American Heart Association (AHA) conference, August 1996
Chicago, Ill., CIBA award, September 1996
Boston, Mass., Key lecture, September 1996
Raleigh, N.C., North Carolina State University, U.S. Army Research Office Workshop, October 1996
Pacific Grove, Calif., 8th international Catecholamine Symposium, October 1996
Chevy Chase, Md., Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI), November 1996
Boston, Mass., ARIAD, November 1996
Washington, D.C., National Institutes of Health (NIH), December 1996

Box 3
Ventura, Calif., Gordon Research, February 1997
Irvine, Calif., National Academy of Sciences (NAS) class membership, February 1997
Atlanta, Ga., Association of American Physicians (AAP) Council, February 1997
Bethesda, Md., American Society for Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics (ASPET), March 1997
Chevy Chase, Md., Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI), March 1997
New Orleans, Experimental Biology, April 1997
Charleston, S.C., Medical University of S.C., April 1997
Washington, D.C., Association of American Physicians (AAP), April 1997
Washington, D.C., National Academy of Sciences (NAS) annual meeting, April 1997
Washington, D.C., National Academy of Sciences (NAS) annual meeting, April 1997
San Francisco, Calif., Genentech, May 1997
Seattle, Wash., Krebs and Fisher Symposium, August 1997
Meriden,. N.H., Gordon Research, June 1997
Chicago, Ill., Chicago Signal Transduction Symposium, May 1997
San Francisco, Calif., International Union of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology/American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (IUBMB/ASMBM), August 1997
Portland, Or., Vollum 10th Anniversary Symposium, September 1997
Baltimore, Md., Heart Failure Symposium, September 1997
New York, N.Y., New York Academy of Medicine, Glorney-Raisbeck Lecture and Award in Cardiology, October 1997
Houston, Tex., Dean's Lecture, October 1997
Dallas, Tex., Brown and Goldstein, October 1997
Boston, Mass., ARIAD, November 1997
Orlando, Fla., American Heart Association (AHA) meeting, November 1997
Philadelphia, Pa., Merck, December 1997
Chevy Chase, Md., Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI) scholars, January 1998
Chapel Hill, N.C., University of North Carolina student research day, January 1998
Research Triangle Park, N.C., National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS), January 1998
St. Louis, Mo., Association of American Physicians (AAP) Council, February 1998
Washington, D.C., National Institutes of Health (NIH), February 1998
Washington, D.C., National Academy of Sciences (NAS) class membership, March 1998
Chevy Chase, Md., Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI), March 1998
Raleigh, N.C., North Carolina State University, April 1998
Steamboat Springs, Colo., Keystone (Molecular Biology of the Cardiovascular System), March 1998
San Francisco, Calif., American Society for Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics (ASPET), April 1998
La Jolla, Calif., Horizons in Heart Failure, April 1998
Washington, D.C., National Academy of Sciences (NAS), April 1998
New York, N.Y., G-Protein Signaling workshop, May 1998
San Francisco, Calif., Genentech, May 1998
New York, N.Y., Bristol Meyers Squibb, May 1998
Washington, D.C., Association of American Physicians (AAP), May 1998
Chicago, Ill., University of Chicago (Hans Hecht Lecture), September 1998
Iowa City, Iowa, University of Iowa, September 1998
Boston, Mass., Tufts University and foliage trip, October 1998
Rhodes, Greece, SmithKline Beecham Pharmaceuticals, May 1998
London, United Kingdom, Glaxo-Wellcome, 30 July 30-3 August 1998
Munich, Germany, International Congress of Pharmacology, July 1998
Jerusalem, Israel, 10th International Conference on Second Messengers and Phosphoproteins, November 1998
Chevy Chase, Md., Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI), January 1999
New York, N.Y., Bristol Meyers Squibb, February 1999
Research Triangle Park, N.C., National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS), Rodbell Memorial, February 1999
Durham, N.C., Sphinx (Eli Lilly), February 1999
New York, N.Y., Association of American Physicians (AAP) Council, February 1999
Little Rock, Ark., University Of Arkansas, March 1999
Chevy Chase, Md., Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI), March 1999
Chicago, Ill., Association of American Physicians/American Society for Clinical Investigation (AAP/ASCI), April 1999
Washington, D.C., Experimental Biology, April 1999
Washington, D.C., National Academy of Sciences (NAS) annual meeting, April 1999
Dallas, Tex., University of Texas, Southwest Medical Center, May 1999
New Haven, Conn., Yale University, Student Research Day, May 1999
Hartford, Conn., Bristol Meyers Squibb, May 1999
San Francisco, Calif., Genentech, May 1999
Boston, Mass., Massachusetts General, June, 1999
Bedminster, N.J., Vagelos visit, June 1999
Palo Alto, Calif., Roche Bioscience, July 1999
Aspen, Colo., Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology (FASEB) summer conference, July, 1999
Philadelphia, Pa., DuPont, August 1999
Chevy Chase, Md., Choppin Symposium, September 1999
Dallas, Tex., University of Texas, School of Medicine, October 1999
Bethesda, Md., Rodbell Symposium, November 1999
Toronto, Calif., Gairdner Foundation, October 1999
Boston, Mass., Pfizer (Whitehead Institute), November 1999
Detroit, Mich., University of Michigan, Student Research Day, November 1999
New York, N.Y., New York University Dept. of Psychiatry, December 1999
Keystone, Colo., Keystone, Signaling 2000, January 2000
Washington, D.C., Association of American Physicians (AAP) Council, February 2000
Washington, D.C., National Academy of Sciences (NAS) CMC meeting, February 2000
Turnberry Isle, Fla., Bristol Meyers Squibb, February 2000
Chicago, Ill., University of Chicago (Feinbery Lecture), March 2000
Atlanta, Ga., Emory University (Moran Lecture), April 2000
Chevy Chase, Md., Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI), April 2000
St. Louis, Mo., Washington University School of Medicine, April 2000
Baltimore, Md., AAP, May, 2000
New York, N.Y., Bristol Meyers Squibb, May 2000
San Francisco, Calif., Genentech, August 2000

Box 4
Woodlands, Tex., Lexicon, January 2001
Irvine, Calif., National Academy of Sciences (NAS) class membership, February 2001
Ventura, Calif., Gordon Research, February 2001
N.C., Association of American Physicians (AAP) Council, 15 February 2001
Carmel, Calif., Biomedical Sciences (BMS) Section, February 2001
Orlando, Fla., Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology (FASEB) meetings, 31 March-4 April 2001
Washington, D.C., National Academy of Sciences (NAS)/Kovalenko, 30 April 2001
Chicago, Ill., Association of American Physicians/American Society for Clinical Investigation (AAP/ASCI), April 2001
New York, Biomedical Sciences (BMS) Section, May 2001
Worcester, Mass., Kroc lecture, 11 May 2001
San Francisco, Calif., Genentech, May 2001
Bethesda, Md., Alliance for Cellular Signaling (AfCS), 24-25 May 2001
Denver, Colo., Endocrine Society, Koch award, June 2001
Winnipeg, Mass., nitoba, International Society for Heart Research (ISHR) World Conference, July 2001
Houston, Tex., Lexicon, July 2001
Oxford, United Kingdom, Gordon, August 2001
San Francisco, Calif. and Hawaii, Wedding, August-September 2001
Chevy Chase, Md., Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI), September 2001
Ithaca, N.Y.--Cornell University, Racker lecture, November 2001
Houston, Tex., Lexicon, October 2001
Miami, Fla., Bristol Meyers Squibb, February 2002
Boston, Mass., Eva Neer lecture, 31 March-4 April 2002
Philadelphia, Pa., 27th Carl Schmidt lecture, April 2002
Washington, D.C., Association of American Physicians/American Society for Clinical Investigation (AAP/ASCI), April, 2002
San Francisco, Calif., Sandler Foundation, May 2002
Los Angeles, Calif., Pasarow award, June 2002
Bethesda, Md., National Institutes of Health (NIH), June 2002
Princeton, N.J., Bristol Meyers Squibb, June 2002
Amherst, Mass., Gordon Research, July 2002
Houston, Tex., Lexicon, August-September 2002
Montreal, Quebec, Lucian Award-McGill University, September 2002
Durham, N.C., Global Arthritis Research Network (GARN), September 2002
Nashville, Tenn., Paula Lamson lecture, October 2002
Chevy Chase, Md., Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI), November 2002
Stockholm, Sweden, Wenner-Gren Symposium, September-October 2002
The Woodlands, Tex., Lexicon, November 2002

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A2004-037: Committees (Inactive), 1984-2003


Box 5
American Society for Clinical Investigation (ASCI) Awards, 2001
American Society for Clinical Investigation (ASCI) Ad-Hoc, 1993
Basic Science Task Force advisory committee, 1995
Cardiology search, 1999-2000
Chair of Molecular Cancer Biology search, 1996
Cell Biology search, 2001
Frau/Ethics, 1983
FOBS steering, 1986
Doris Duke advisory panel, 2000
Basic Sciences, Dean's Advisory, 1986-1987
Vice Chancellor of Academic Affairs and Dean of the School of Medicine search, 2000
Dean of the School of Medicine and Executive Vice President for Health Affairs, 1988
Genetics chair, 1989-1995
Provost's Advisory Committee on Distinguished Professorships, 1986-1991
Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI) selection, 1999
Kovalenko Award, 1993, 1997
Liaison Committee for Medical Education, 1993
Cardiovascular group, 2000
Department of Medicine chair search, 2002
Molecular Genetics, 1984-1985
Neurobiology search, 1988-1989
Neurobiology chair search, 1997-1998
Temporary Nominating Group/National Academy of Sciences (TNG/NAS), 2000-2002
Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs, 1997-1998
Task Force for the 'Third-Year of the Medical School,' 1997-1999
RIBS external advisory (University of Rochester), 1997
Research Renaissance III, 1983-1984
SCOR (Specialized Center of Research), 1997
Neurobiology steering, 1986
McKnight Foundation scholars awards, 1986-1990
City of Medicine awards, 2001-2003
John J. Abel award, 2002
Internal Advisory Committee, Center for Environmental Genomics, 2001
International Union of Basic and Clinical Pharmacology (IUPHAR) on Receptor Nomenclature, 1986-1998
Goodman and Gilman Awards Selection, 1994
McDonnell Foundation Fellowship Program, 1995
Molecular Medicine Task Force, 1999
Proteome Advisory Group, 2000
Task Force for Basic Research Committee in Cardiology, 1999
Stedman Nutrition Center chair search, 1998-1999
Wyngaarden Distinguished Professor of Medicine chair, 1985

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A2004-077: Records, 1978-2003


A2004-077: Awards and Honors, 1978-2003
Box 6
Association of American Medical Colleges, 2000
Beering Award, 1986
Bristol-Meyers Squibb, 1992
CIBA, 1996
Garidner, 1998
Giovanni Lorenzin Prize, 1992
Glorney-Raisbeck Award, 1997
Goodmand and Gilman Award, 1986
Peter Harris Distinguished Scientist Award, 2001
Hazen Award, 1983
John J. Abel Award, 1978
Kovalenko Proze, 2001
Lucian Award, 2000
N.C. Science Award, 1987
Novo Proze, 1990
Oppenheimer Award, 1982
Pasarow Award, 2001
Passano Award, 1978
Joseph Mather Smith Award, 1993
American College for Clinical pHarmacology, 1979
Peter Harris Award, 2003
Institute of Medicine, 1994
City of Medicine, 1991
American Federation for Clinical Research (AFCR) Award, 1984
Hamdan Award, 2000
Helmut Horten Award, 1997
Lounsberry Award, 1995
V.D. Mattia Award, 1993
Roussel Prize, 1994
Saudi Prize, 1991

A2004-077: Editorial Boards, circa 1990-2003
Box 7
Molecular Pharmacology
Journal of Biological Chemistry
Biochemistry
Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology (FASEB) Journal
Circulation Research
Chemistry and Biology Journal
Association of American Physicians (AAP)
Molecular Biology of the Cell
Circulation
Physiologic Genomics
American Heart Journal
Journal on Proteins
Journal on Pharmacology and Therapeutics
Trends in Cardiovascular Medicine

A2004-077: Pharmaceutical and Drug Company Boards
Smith Kline and French
ARIAD
AFFYMAX
Abbott Consulting
Upstate Biotechnology, Inc.

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A2005-001: Records, 1990-2003


A2005-001: Department of Medicine materials, 1990-2003
Appointment, promotion and tenure materials, 1997-2003
Gene Franklin Scholarship competition materials, 1990-1999

A2005-001: Speaking Engagements and Invitations, 1990-2002
Box 9
1988-1990
1991-1995
1996-2002
Talks (inactive) and notes, circa 1990-2002

A2005-001: Steering Committees, 1990-1999
1990-1991
1992-1995
1996-1999
Roche Pharmaceutical Board, circa 1999-2001

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A2005-006 and A2007-041: Collaboration Files records, 1993-2004

The materials from these accessions have been integrated together.


Box 10
Ale - Kik

Box 11
Kna - Zol

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A2005-026: Former Employee Files, circa 1980-1998

Contains correspondence, travel materials, letters of recommendation, itineraries, and curriculum vitae of former employees in the Lefkowitz laboratory.


Box 12
Files, 1980-1998

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A2005-028: Howard Hughes Medical Institute materials, 1976-2004

Contains budget materials, meeting notes, site visit materials, and space planning materials.


Box 13
Site investigations, and 1989 1994
Consultation notes, 1986-1989
Space planning and shared resources materials, 1986-1993
Scientific meetings notes, 1982-1983
Budgets, 1978-1995

Box 14
National Research Service Award materials, 2004

Research scholar grants
Chen, Wei
Houtz, Daniel
Whalen, Erin
Stamler, Jonathan
Feldman, David
Hu, Liaoyuan
Zidar, David
Research in progress, 1986-1997
Annual research reports and scientific reports, 1977-1995

Box 15
VA animal housing
Investigative drugs, 1976-1980
Scatfit documentation
Annual departmental faculty report, 1993-2002
Laboratory and building space and use correspondence, 1976-1988

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A2005-029: Former Employee Files, undated


Box 16
A-K

Box 17
L-Z

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A2006-040: Grant Materials and Travel Records, 1976-2005


Box 18
Sandler Program for Asthma Research, 2002-2005

Contains correspondence, faxed orders, financial statements, budgets, and 2004 progress reports.


Box 19
Walter J. Koch, Signaling Mechanisms of Vascular Growth and Remodeling, 2001-2002
Richard Premont, Signaling Pathways of ARF GTPases and ARF GAPs, 1997-1999
Robert J. Lefkowitz, Molecular Regulation of Cardiac Adrenergic Receptors, HL16037-26, 1976-2000

Contains progress reports, correspondence, funding requests, records of hours, and general grant records for this NIH grant for years 1 through 27. Folders include items for 1998-2001 marked Non-competing renewal and merit/R01 renewal.


Travel Records for Speaking Engagements, Meetings, and Conferences, 2003-2004
Box 20
Lexicon, 2004
Leufolon-Delalande, 2003
Leufolon-Delalande, 2004
Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI) Budget, 2004
Baylor University, 2004
Keystone Symposium, Taos, N.M., 2004
Osaka, 2004; Charlotte Tippett and Gwendoyln Tilley
Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI) Advisory Board, 2004
National Academy of Sciences, Washington, D.C., 2004
Association of American Physicians/American Society for Clinical Investigation, Chicago, Ill., 2004
Foundation IPSEN Award, Naples, 2004
Sterling Visiting Professor, Albany, N.Y.
Genentech, San Francisco, 2004
Mt. Sinai School of Medicine, New York, 2004
Medical University of South Carolina, 2004
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 2004
Tabor Lecture, Boston, Mass., 2004
Five Prime Therapeutics, Calif., 2004
Lexicon Genetics, Calif., 2004
12th International Conference on Second Messengers and Phosphoproteins, Montreal, 2004
National Academy of Sciences Council, Woods Hole, Mass., 2004
12th International Conference of Endocrinology, Lisbon, Portugal, 2004
Wenner-Grens Foundation International Symposium, Stockholm, 2004
Distinguished Faculty Award, Duke University, 2004
National Academy of Sciences Council, Washington, D.C., 2004
Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI), Md., 2004
Lexicon, Tex., 2004
American Heart Association, New Orleans, La., 2004
University of Louisville, Ky., 2004
National Institutes of Health Tribute, Md., 2004
National Academy of Sciences, Washington, D.C., 2004

Expired Grants, 1976-2001
Box 21
Louis M. Luttrell, 1995-2000
Helen Hay Whitney and Richard Premont, 1992-1995
Tim Van Biesen, Alberta Heritage Foundation for Medical Research, 1994-1997
Alan Ament, 1994
Carmello Milano, 1993-1995
Molecular Properties of Alpha-Adrenergic Receptors, 1976-1989

Box 22
Medical Scientist Training Program renewal application; Mark Caron and Salvatore Pizzo correspondence, 1990-1991
Cell and Molecular Biology Predoctoral National Research Service Award materials, 1988-1990
William P. Hausdorff, National Research Service Award (NRSA), 1990
Merck Fellowship, 1988-1989
Shahab Akhter, National Research Service Award (NRSA), 1995
Sarah Dyer, Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI), 1995-1996
Yehia Daaka, National Research Service Award (NRSA), 1995
SCOR, 1996-2001
Walter J. Koch, 1996-2001

Box 23
Juvenile Diabetes Foundation correspondence, 1991
Human Frontier Science Program, Bruno Giros, 1995
Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology (FASEB) Receptor Conference Grant, 190
Public Health Service Grant, 1984
Keck Foundation, 1988
Biosynth International, 1989
ICI, 1992-1993
Pfizer, 1992
American Heart Association; Guido Iaccarino, 1997-1999
David Feldman, fellowship materials, 1997-1999
Audrey Claing, 1999-2000
Rockman University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill subcontract, 2000
Reynolds Foundation Grant; AHA; Stiles, 199
Walter J. Koch and Robert J. Lefkowitz, Targeting BARK1 in Heart Failure, 1997

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A2006-053: Lefkowitz Symposium, 2003

Contains items from the Lefkowitz Symposium and 60th birthday party, 24-25 April 2003. Types of materials include video (VHS and DAT tapes), photos, publications, and ephemera.


Box 24
Duke University Dialogue Vol. 18, No. 2, May 2003
Assay and Drug Development Technologies: Special Focus on Kinase Assays Vol. 2, Issue 2, April 2004
Duke Cardiology Fellowship Society Newsletter, Vol. I, Issue III, May/June 2003
Photos from Lefkowitz's 60th birthday event, (unidentified) 24 April 2003
Photo pin "60th Birthday Celebration," April 2003
Robert J. Lefkowitz 60th Birthday Friday Morning, Tape 1, DAT and VHS, 25 April 2003
Robert J. Lefkowitz 60th Birthday Friday Morning, Tape 2, DAT and VHS, 25 April 2003
Robert J. Lefkowitz 60th Birthday Friday Morning, Tape 3, DAT and VHS, 25 April 2003
Robert J. Lefkowitz 60th Birthday Friday Morning, Tape 4, DAT and VHS, 25 April 2003
Robert J. Lefkowitz 60th Birthday Friday Morning, Tape 5, DAT and VHS, 25 April 2003
Lefkowitz Symposium, Edwin G. Krebs, MD, VHS, 24 April 2003
Lefkowitz Symposium, R. Sander Williams, MD and Alfred G. Gilman, MD PhD, VHS, 24 April 2003
Lefkowitz Symposium, Tony Hunter, PhD, VHS, 24 April 2003
Lefkowitz Symposium, Robert J. Lefkowitz, MD VHS, 24 April 2003
Lefkowitz Symposium, Joseph L. Goldstein, MD, VHS, 24 April 2003

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A2006-055: Lab Notebooks and Files, 2003

Contains the lab notebooks and other files (primarily digital) from work done in the immunology lab. Notebooks contain parameters of experiments as well as results of tests run.


Box 25
Notebook #1 Will Barnes - Lefkowitz
Notebook #2 Will Barnes - Lefkowitz
Notebook #3 Will Barnes - Lefkowitz

Folders
Box 26
Protein Kinase C
Plasmids and Miscellaneous
Muscarinic
Histamine (1 of 4)
Histamine (2 of 4)
Histamine (3 of 4)
Histamine (4 of 4)
B(?) Subunits (1 of 2)
B(?) Subunits (2 of 2)
Dacia Manuscript (1 of 2)
Dacia Manuscript (2 of 2)
Rho Manuscript (1 of 2)
Rho Manuscript (2 of 2)
DAAP Space

Notebooks
Data Summaries Will Barnes Lefkowitz
21 April - 29 May 2003
1 June - 27 July 2003

Box 27
Notebook #7 Will Barnes - Lefkowitz
Notebook #8 Will Barnes - Lefkowitz
Notebook #9 Will Barnes - Lefkowitz

Box 28
Notebook #4 Will Barnes - Lefkowitz
Notebook #5 Will Barnes - Lefkowitz
Notebook #6 Will Barnes - Lefkowitz

Box 29
Notebook #10 Will Barnes - Lefkowitz
Notebook #11 Will Barnes - Lefkowitz
Notebook #12 Will Barnes - Lefkowitz
Protocols #1 Will Barnes - Lefkowitz

Box 30
Notebook 0 Laura de Marchena
Notebook 1 Laura de Marchena, 15 August-21 November 2003
Notebook 2 Laura de Marchena, 8 January-18 September, 2004
Notebook 3 Laura de Marchena, 27 September, 2004 -

Notebooks
Box 31
JW Mutagenes Project, 17 - 28 March 2003
Jack, 29 March-20 April 2003
Jack, 28 July-1 November 2003
JW, 1 November 2003-11 February 2004
Notebook #1 Jack
Tool Kit
Tool Kit 2
C-tail phosphorylution

Folders
Unidentified

Notebooks
Box 32
10 January-14 March 2003
12 February-15 June 2004
14 June-August 29 2004
27 January-17 November 2005
Protocols - JW

Media
Zip Disc 1
Zip Disc 2
Zip Disc 3
Zip Disc 4
Zip Disc 5
Zip Disc 6
CD 1
CD 2
CD 3
CD 4
CD 5
CD 6

Folders
Zip Disc and CD File Content Inventory

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A2007-002: Committee Travel, 2005

Contains itineraries and travel expense reports for trips to meetings and committee obligations during 2005.


Box 33
2005 RJL Travel (empty)
AAA Council Retreat, Philadelphia, Pa. 18-19 February 2005
AFCS Annual Meeting, Houston, Tex., (empty) 23-24 May 2005
Bioscience 2005, - Glasgow, Scotland (1 of 2) 17 July 2005
Bioscience 2005, - Glasgow, Scotland (2 of 2) 17 July 2005
University of Cincinnati, 7-8 November 2005
ENDO - 2005, (1 of 2) 4-7 June 2005
ENDO - 2005, (2 of 2) 4-7 June 2005
Genentech (2005 SRB and Research Retreat) - Asilomar - San Francisco, Calif., (1 of 2) 22-24 May 2005
Genetech (2005 SRB and Research Retreat) - Asilomar - San Francisco, Calif., (2 of 2) 22-24 May 2005
Gordon Conference - Biddeford, Me., 12-17 June 2005
Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI) Science Meeting - Chevy Chase, Md., 11-13 September 2005
Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI), 1 November 2005
Lexicon 2005, 5-6 January 2005
Lexicon Board Meeting - 26-27 April 2005
Lexicon Board Meeting, - Houston, Tex. 19 September 2005
Lexicon Board Meeting, 25-26 October 2005
National Academy of Sciences/Institute of Medicine (NAS/IOM) Joint Meeting - National Academy of Sciences (NAS) Meeting, 25-26 October 2005
National Academy of Sciences (NAS) Council/Annual Meeting - Washington D.C. 29 April-3 May 2005
National Academy of Sciences (NAS) Council, - Irvine, Calif. 8-9 February 2005
National Academy of Sciences (NAS) Council, - Washington, D.C. 16-17 June 2005
NAS Council Meeting - Woods Hole, Mass., 6-8 August 2005
Whitehead Symposium at MIT Cambridge, Massachusetts 26 September 2005

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Original manuscripts, 1970-1987

Consists of manuscript numbers 1-379 on Lefkowitz's curriculum vitae and materials pertaining to the 1978 book Receptor Binding Studies in Andrenergic Pharmacology.


Box 34
1-75

Box 35
76-146

Box 36
148-218

Box 37
221-279

Box 38
280-379

Box 39
Receptor Binding Studies in Angrenergic Pharmacology

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A2007-041: Records, 1974-2006

Contains correspondence regarding Lefkowitz's nominations for the Albany Medical Center Prize and the Lasker Award; correspondence regarding alprenolol; and information about holiday parties.


Alprenolol correspondence, 1974-1977
Correspondence, 1974-1977

Past holiday parties, 1984-1999
1999
1998
1997
1995
1994
1992
1991
1990
1989
1988
1985

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A2008-020: Laboratory notebooks and AAP Treasurer Materials, 1970s-1990s


Box 76
Ament, Alan, 1994-1995

Box 77
Arriza, Jeff, 1989-1996

Box 78
Attramadal, Haarvard, 1990-1993
Bolanowski, Mark, 1986-1987

Box 127
Burgisser, Ernst [?], 1979-1980

Box 78
Box 79
Campbell, Paul, 1988-1990

Box 82
Box 81
Box 80
Caron, Mark, 1975-1985
Cerione, Rick, 1985, undated

Box 125
Clarke, Bill [?], 1977

Box 83
Box 82
Cotecchia, Susanna, 1984-1991

Box 122
Daniel, Kiefer [?], 1990

Box 84
Box 83
Della Roca, Gregory, 1995-1998

Box 85
Drazner, Mark, 1994-1995
Dyer, Sara, 1995-1996

Box 86
Box 87
Fredericks, Zoey, 1994-1996

Box 88
Freeman, Jennifer, 1996-1999

Box 89
Frielle, Tom, 1985-1988

Box 91
Box 90
Inglese, James, 1985-1994
Hall, Randy, 1996-1999

Box 92
Hausdorff, William, 1983-1990

Box 93
Hawes, Brian, 1992-1995

Box 94
Heinsimer, James, 1981-1982

Box 95
Hnatowich, Mark, 1987-1991

Box 125
Hoffman, Brian [?], 1980-1981

Box 128
Box 130
Kariman, Khalil, 1976-1977
Kent, Richard, undated

Box 95
Khan, Khuda-dad, 1998-1999

Box 96
Box 97
Koch, Walter, 1991-1994
Krueger, Kathleen, 1994-1997

Box 99
Box 98
Box 100
Box 101
Kurose, Hitoshi, 1990-1992
Kwatra, Madan, 1990-1993

Box 129
Lavin, Thomas, 1979-1980

Box 101
Box 102
Leader, Mark, 1986-1988

Box 103
Lomasney, Jon, 1984-1992
Matsui, Hiroyaki, 1986-1988

Box 105
Box 106
Box 104
Maudsley, Stuart, 1997-1999

Box 128
Box 130
Box 126
Box 124
Michel, Thomas [?], 1979-1983

Box 106
Box 107
Milano, Carmelo, 1992-1994

Box 128
Mullikin-Kilpatrick, Debra, 1979

Box 107
Obeid, Lena, 1986-1988

Box 108
Payne, Sturgis, 1993-1997

Box 109
Pei, Gang, 1992-1994

Box 124
Box 126
Box 125
Pike, Linda [?], 1977-1979

Box 109
Box 111
Box 110
Box 113
Box 112
Pitcher, Julie, 1989-1998

Box 114
Rahman, Nadeem, 1995
Ren, Qun, 1989-1993

Box 115
Roth, Neil, 1989-1990
Samama, Philippe, 1993-1996

Box 121
Box 122
Sawyer, Diane [?], 1971-1983

Box 116
Spurney, Robert, 1997-1999

Box 124
Box 123
Staniszewski, Claudia [?], 1983-1999

Box 117
Box 116
Stoffel, Robert, 1992-1996

Box 121
Stone, Carl, 1987-1991

Box 117
Szklut, Pam, 1989-1990
Touhara, Kazushige, 1993-1995

Box 118
Trukawinski, Susan, 1990-1992

Box 125
Tsai, Henry [?], 1978

Box 118
Van Biesen, Tim, 1994-1996

Box 119
Villanueva, Lara, 1993-1994

Box 120
Wang, Mei, 1991-1993

Box 128
Box 127
Williams, Rusty [?], 1972-1977

Box 120
Wood, Catherine, 1976-1978
Yu, Steven, 1990-1993

Box 132
Box 131
Box 130
Unidentified, 1970s-1980s

Box 133
Box 137
Box 138
Box 135
Box 136
Box 134
AAP Treasurer Materials, 1985-1994

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A2008-027: Laboratory notebooks, files, data, and slides, 1983-2007

Consists of laboratory notebooks, files, and data from Jonathan Violin, Erin Whalen, Christopher Nelson, Steve Perry, and other members of the Lefkowitz Lab. Presentation slides are also included.


Erin Whalen, 2001-2007
Box 40
Notebook: Big E, 8 March 2001-4 June 2001
Notebook: Big E, 7 June 2001-8 October 2001
Notebook: Big E, 8 October 2001-7 January 2002

Box 41
Notebook: Big E, 21 December 2001-6 June 2002
Notebook: Big EJW, 13 June 2002-1 February 2003
Notebook: Big E, 1 February 2003-7 August 2003

Box 42
Notebook: EJW 3/11/04, 8 August 2003-18 December 2003
Notebook: EJW, 11 March 2004-11 October 2004
Notebook: EW Big E, 11 October 2004-26 September 2005
Notebook: FMSR Tail[...], circa 1 June 2004-1 September 2004

Box 43
Notebook: GRK2 GRK6[...], October 2004-December 2004
Notebook: Untitled, 2004-2005
Notebook: Musa's Transgenic[...], 2002-2005
Notebook: [Slides], undated

Box 44-46
Patent Notes and Other Materials
Manuscripts
Notes
Grant materials

Box 47
NDD Review, undated, 1992-2004
NDD Review for RJL [Robert J. Lefkowitz], undated
NDD Review, 12 August 2003
[Mini Review], undated, 2000-2005
Mini Review, 2005-2006
Negin's Switch Paper, 2003-2004

Christopher Nelson, 1989-2007
Oligos, undated
DGK sequence/maps, circa 2002
Dharmacon, circa 2001
DNA Preparation Protocols, 1997-2002
DGK Literature, (2 folders) 1983-2006
Extra Film Exposures, 2002-2004
FACS Profiles, 2007
Lefkowitz Papers, undated (2 folders), 1983-2006
TYY Data, circa 2004
M1 Binding, 1989-2005
Art/Miscellaneous, undated

Box 48
SJ1/EH Domain, 1995-2004
ß-arrestin Mediated ß -adrenergic Receptor Transactivation of the Epidermal Growth Factor Receptor Confers Cardioprotection, undated
Targeting of Diacylglycerol Degradation to M1 Muscarinic Receptors by ß-arrestins, 2006-2007
Desensitization, Internalization, and Signaling Functions of ß-arrestins Demonstrated by RNA Interference, 2003
Studies of Beta-arrestin Mediated DAG Kinase Regulation, (2 folders) 2004
PTEN Papers, undated (2 folders), 1996-2003
ß-arrestin Mediates Targeting of Diacylglycerol Kinases, 8 October 2003
Perry P-Lipid Project, undated
PNAS '02 Manuscript, 2002
Miscellaneous Product Literature, undated (2 folders), 2004-2005
Penske, undated, 2002-2004
[PTEN Transparencies], undated
PNAS '02 References, 1999-2002
RNAi Papers - Application, 2000-2004
RNAi Papers - Mechanisms, 2001-2004
Xfection, 2002-2004
Vector Maps, 2001-2003
Tangents, (2 folders) 1997-2004
TLC Images/Densitometry, 2006-2007
AFCS, 2002
Antibodies, 2002
Arrestin (non-Lefkowitz), undated (2 folders), 1999-2006
ß-arrestin 1 RNAi, 2002
ß-arrestin 2 RNAi, 2001-2002
ß-arrestin 1,2 RNAi, [2002?]
CAMP Data, 2002
Chemotaxis, 2002-2003

Box 49
CN-DGK2, undated
Final Procedures for Doctoral Candidates, 2007
Notebook: Untitled, 2006-2007
Notebook: Untitled, undated
Notebook: Characterization of ß-arrestin-modulated Lipid Kinase Activities for Diacylglycerol and Phosphatidylinositol 4-phosphate, (2 notebooks) 2007

Box 50
Notebook: CN 3-02, March 2002-circa 2003
Notebook: DGK1, circa 2006
Zip Disk: Loch Ness Mischief, 19 August 2004
Zip Disk: Mischief, undated (2 disks)
Zip Disk: CN [Figures], undated
CD-R: [Figures], undated

Steve Perry, 1998-2002
Box 52
Notebook: Untitled, 1998
Loose Laboratory Notebook Pages [Steve Perry?], 1998
Loose Laboratory Notebook Pages [Steve Perry?], (2 folders) 1998-1999
Notebook, 7 October 1998-3 March 1999
Notebook, 31 March 1999-19 October 1999
Notebook: Steve Perry RBL/Git1 expts., 1999
Notebook: Untitled, 1999
Notebook: Ab's and Oligo's, 1998-2000
Notebook: Bits and Pieces, November 1999-April 2000

Box 51
Steve [Perry]'s Stuff, 1999-2000
Notebook: GIT1R39A, 2000
Notebook: Untitled, 2000-2001
Loose Laboratory Notebook Pages [Steve Perry?], 2001
Gels for Science Figures, 2000-2002
ß-arrestin vs. DAG/IP Regulatory Proteins, 2002
Affinity Bioregents, undated

Jonathan Violin, 2000-2005
Box 53
Notebook: JDV: Methods, 2000-2003
Notebook: JDV: Experiments #1, 2003
Notebook: ß-arrestin-Biased Ligands at Seven Transmembrance Receptors, 2003-2007
Notebook: ßArCY, 2004
Notebook: JDV: ß AR, 2004-2005
Notebook: ATR, 2004-2005
Notebook: CXCR4, 2005
Notebook: CCR7, undated

Box 57
Data CDs, 1-59

Other notebooks and materials (Liaoyuan Hu, Humphrey Kendall, Musa Zamah), 1992-2005
Box 54
TET-system, (2 folders) 1992-1997
Notebook: Untitled, 1994-1995
Notebook: Cre-Lox, 1995-1996
Notebook: Clonetech: Living Color, Prouduct Information, Vector Information, User Manual 1996
Notebook: [ß-arrestin2], 2000
Notebook: NCC GRK2 NCL, 2001

Box 55
Notebook: ß-arrestin1 & GRK2 KO Mouse Project, EJW/HEK, 6 January 2004
Notebook: BARR1 Knockout, 2004-2005
Notebook: Untitled, 2004-2005
Loose Laboratory Notebook Pages, (2 folders) 2005
Papers to be Copied for HEK, 2005
The Triple-lox Contruction Kit, undated

Slides, undated, 1995-2002
Box 56
Slide Notebook, 1998
Slide Notebook, 2001
Slide Notebook, 2002
Slide Notebook, undated
Slides (No Notebook), undated
Slidemate Slides, (2 folders) [circa 1995?]
Slidemate Slides, undated (2 folders)

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A2008-067: Laboratory notebooks: Sudha Shenoy, 1999-2004

Contains laboratory notebooks from Sudha Shenoy. A more detailed description of the notebooks' contents can be obtained from the archivist.


Box 58
Notebooks 1-3, September 1999-January 2000

Box 59
Notebooks 4-7, 2000-2001

Box 60
Notebooks 8-11, 2001-August 2002

Box 61
Notebooks 12-16, 2000-September 2001

Box 62
Notebooks 17-20, January 2001-October 2002

Box 63
Notebooks 21-24, October 2002-April 2003

Box 64
Notebooks 25-28, March 2003-January 2004

Box 65
Notebooks 29-30, February 2004-April 2004

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A2008-071: Laboratory notebooks: Allen Ament, Scott DeWire, Robert Grossman, Martin Opperman, Jacek Ostrowski, Keshava Rajagopal, Erin Whalen.


Box 66
Allen Ament

Box 67-68
Scott DeWire

Box 69
Robert Grossman

Box 70-72
Martin Opperman

Box 73
Jacek Ostrowski

Box 74
Keshava Rajagopal

Box 75
Erin Whalen
1984

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A2012-083: Awards, service agreements, and computer information

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