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Guide to the Wolfgang K. Joklik Papers, 1945-2013 (MC.0142)

Abstract

This collection contains the collected materials which document the professional career of Wolfgang K. Joklik, Chair of the Duke Department of Molecular Genetics and Microbiology (1968-1993) and co-founder of the Duke Comprehensive Cancer Center (1972). Materials include reprints; manuscript materials and publication correspondence; proceedings and correspondence relating to professional organizations of which Joklik was a member; programs and correspondence concerning professional talks, meetings, workshops, and symposia; employee files and recommendations; Duke University news publications; and subject files concerning the Duke Comprehensive Cancer Center. Major subjects include the National Academy of Science (NAS), the American Society of Virology, the Duke Comprehensive Cancer Center, the Cancer Special Program Advisory Committee, the American Society for Microbiology, and both the McGinnis Memorial and Joklik Lecture Series. Materials date from 1945 to 2013.

Descriptive Summary

Call Number
MC.0142
Title
Wolfgang K. Joklik Papers
Date
1945-2013
Creator
Joklik, Wolfgang K.
Extent
24 Linear Feet (16 cartons)
Repository
Duke University Medical Center Archives

Collection Overview

Contains materials documenting the professional career of Wolfgang K. Joklik including reprints; manuscript materials and publication correspondence; proceedings and correspondence relating to professional organizations of which Joklik was a member; programs and correspondence concerning professional talks, meetings, workshops, and symposia; employee files and recommendations; Duke University news publications; and subject files concerning the Duke Comprehensive Cancer Center. Major subjects include the National Academy of Science (NAS), the American Society of Virology, the Duke Comprehensive Cancer Center, the Cancer Special Program Advisory Committee, the American Society for Microbiology, and both the McGinnis Memorial and Joklik Lecture Series. Materials date from 1945 to 2013.

Arrangement Note

Organized into the following accessions: Accession A2011.041, 1966-2011; Accession A2011.078, 1950-2011; Accession A2013.119, 1945-2013.

Material within this collection has been organized by accession reflecting the fact that the collection has been acquired in increments over time. Researchers should note that material within each accession overlaps with/or relates to material found in other accessions. In order to locate all relevant material within this collection, researchers will need to consult each accession described in the Series Scope and Contents section.

Researchers should also note that similar material can be arranged differently in each accession, depending on how the material was organized when it was received by the DUMCA.

Restrictions on Access & Use

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Access Restrictions

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 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. (Issued by the Office of the Chancellor, December 1, 1975).

Contains Records of the Board of Trustees of the Duke University Medical Center. These include minutes and supporting documentation of the Board, its Executive Committee, standing and ad hoc committees, 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.

Use Restrictions

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.

Contents of the Collection

1. Accession A2011.041, 1966-2011

Series Scope and Contents: Major subjects in this accession include the Duke Comprehensive Cancer Center, the American Society of Virology, Duke University news publications, the National Academy of Science, and the Institute of Medicine. Materials relating to the Duke Comprehensive Cancer Center consist of correspondence, grant applications and funding, Board of Overseers agendas and correspondence, reports, and subject files relating to its creation and operations. Papers concerning the American Society of Virology include correspondence, membership lists, member nominations, society bylaws, and annual meeting programs and published presentation abstracts. This accession also contains collected Duke University news publications, such as annual reports, newsletters, departmental publications, and alumni magazines. Proceedings and nominations related to the Academy of Science and Institute of Medicine, as well as communications with the editorial board for the "Proceedings of the National Academy of Science" are also included. Contents date from 1966 to 2011.

Start of the Duke Comprehensive Cancer Center History 30th Anniversary, 2005
Box 1
Cancer Planning Committee, May 1-July 28 1971
Box 1
History, 1971-1974
Box 1
Construction Funds Applic Basic Cancer Res Facility, 1971-1972
Box 1
Jones Building Construction, Operation, & Space Assignment, October 23, 1972-November 15, 1976
Box 1
Construction Site Visit, May 9-June 2 1972
Box 1
Jones Bldg Ground Breaking, 1971-1972
Box 1
Martie Johnson and Fitzroy Kennedy visits, August 18, 1972, February 2, 1973
Box 1
Jones Building Opening, 1975-1977
Box 1
Early Cancer Center, 1974-1978
Box 1
Comprehensive Cancer Center Conference, March-April 1975
Box 1
Annual Review Meeting Royal Villa, Raleigh, May 22-23, 1975
Box 1
National Cancer Advisory Board Site Visit, 1977-1979
Box 1
Site Visit, December 13-14, 1978
Box 1
Peggy Mann Hair Dyes, December 1977
Box 1
Recruiting, June 1977-August 1980
Box 1
Cancer Committee, January 1980-May 1983
Box 1
Site Visit, February 5, 1981
Box 1
Animal & Laboratory Isolation Facility, 1983-1986
Box 1
Cancer Center Seminar Series, December 1981-January 1982
Box 1
Grandfather Gold & Country Club, August 1985
Box 1
Tissue Culture Facility, 1987-1988
Box 1
Site Visit, 1988
Box 1
Limville Ridge Dinner, August 14, 1998
Box 1
Cell Regulation/Cancer Biology, April-June 1991
Box 1
Arthritis Center, 1991-1992
Box 1
Macromolecular Modeling Center, 1991
Box 1
21st Anniversary, 1992
Box 1
Renewals, 1992-1993
Box 1
America's Top 100 Cancer Treatment Centers, September 1992
Box 1
Site Visit, 1993
Box 1
Bast-Bell Leave Williamsburg, 1994
Box 1
Colvin, 1995
Box 1
Cancer Center, 1996-1997
Box 1
Board of Overseers, 1997
Box 1
Duke Comprehensive Cancer Center, 1998
Box 1
Lineville Ridge, 1998-1999
Box 1
Board of Overseers, 1999-2000
Box 1
Grandfather Gold & Country Club, 1999-2000
Box 1
Board of Overseers, August-October 2000
Box 1
Board of Overseers, May-October 2001
Box 1
31st Birthday, October 31-November 2002
Box 1
Joklil Prize, March 5-13, 2002
Box 1
Board of Overseers, 2002
Box 1
Miscellaneous, 2002-2003
Box 1
Grandfather Gold & Country Club, August 19, 2003
Box 1
Board of Overseers, November 7-8, 2003
Box 1
Lyerly, February-September 2003
Box 1
Blowing Rock, 2004
Box 1
Duke Comprehensive Cancer Center, 2005
Box 1
Duke Comprehensive Cancer Center, 2006
Box 2
Duke Comprehensive Cancer Center, 2007
Box 2
Duke Comprehensive Cancer Center, October 16-17, 2008
Box 2
Duke Comprehensive Cancer Center, 2008
Box 2
Duke Comprehensive Cancer Center, 2009
Box 2
Duke Comprehensive Cancer Center, 2010
Box 2
Duke Comprehensive Cancer Center, 2011
Box 2
American Society for Virology, Inc., 1980
Box 2
Department of Microbiology, 1981
Box 2
American Society for Virology, Inc. Correspondence, 1982
Box 2
American Society for Virology, Inc., B, 1982
Box 2
American Society for Virology, Inc., C, 1982
Box 2
American Society for Virology, Inc., D, 1982
Box 2
American Society for Virology, Inc., E, F, November 1981-February 1982
Box 2
American Society for Virology, Inc., G, H, 1982
Box 2
American Society for Virology, Inc., I, J, 1982
Box 2
American Society for Virology, Inc., K, L, 1982
Box 2
American Society for Virology, Inc., M, N, 1981-1982
Box 2
American Society for Virology, Inc., O, P, Q, 1982
Box 2
American Society for Virology, Inc., R, 1982
Box 2
American Society for Virology, Inc., S, 1982
Box 2
American Society for Virology, Inc., T, U, 1982
Box 2
American Society for Virology, Inc., V, W, 1982
Box 2
American Society for Virology, Inc., X, Y, Z, 1982
Box 2
American Society for Virology, Inc., 1982
Box 2
Plans Beginning of 1983, 1982
Box 2
East Lansing Michigan State, July 10-14, 1983
Box 2
Corvallis Oregon, 2007
Box 3
Madison, 2006
Box 3
San Francisco, 2005
Box 3
Quebec, 2004
Box 3
UC Davis 22nd Meeting, 2003
Box 3
Lexington Meeting, 2002
Box 3
Madison 20th Meeting, 2000-2001
Box 3
Ft. Collins 19th Meeting, 2000
Box 3
London, Ontario, 1996-1999
Box 3
American Society for Virology, Inc. Fund Solicitation, 1995
Box 3
Madison 13th Meeting, 1994
Box 3
Davis 12th Meeting, 1993
Box 3
12th Meeting Ithaca, 1992
Box 3
American Society for Virology, Inc. Ft. Collins 10th Meeting, 1991
Box 3
Bill Joklik Lecture, 1990
Box 3
American Society for Virology, Inc. SLC 9th Meeting, 1990
Box 3
9th Meeting London, Ontario, 1988-1989
Box 3
8th Meeting Austin, 1988
Box 3
7th Meeting Chapel Hill, 1987
Box 3
Santa Barbara, CA 5th Meeting, 1986
Box 3
American Society for Virology, Inc. 4th Meeting, 1985
Box 3
Madison 3rd Meeting, 1984-1985
Box 3
American Society for Virology, Inc. Scientific Program and Abstracts, 2008-2011
Box 4
Honoray Degree Comm, 1981
Box 4
Duke University Parking, 1997-2004
Box 4
Duke University Publications, 1981-2009
Box 4
Duke University Medical Center #1, 2004-2006
Box 4
Duke University Medical Center #2, 2007-2011
Box 4
National Academy of Science, 1981
Box 4
National Academy of Science, 1966-2010
Box 4
Proceedings Policies, 1995-2009
Box 4
Manuscript Submission Information, 1998-2002
Box 4
Manuscript Communications to Proceedings of the National Academy of Science, 1981-2004
Box 4
Cullen, February-April 2006
Box 4
Nomination Forms, undated
Box 4
Miscellaneous Nominations and CVS, 1992-1994
Box 4
Krug, 1997
Box 4
Lamb, 2003
Box 4
Maizel, 1995
Box 4
Nevins, 2001-2004
Box 4
Keene CV, 2008
Box 4
Keene Papers # 1, 1983-2005
Box 4
Keene Papers # 2, 2009
Box 4

2. Accession A2011.078, 1950-2011

Series Scope and Contents: Contains reprints, manuscript materials, and correspondence associated with Joklik's publications, as well as National Academy of Science records. The bulk of the National Academy of Science materials in this accession relate to Jolkik's work on the membership committee and consist of correspondence, nomination proposals, nomination ballots, and supporting nomination documentation. Some National Academy of Science annual and regional meeting programs and agendas are also included, as well as a few nominations and recommendations for other awards. Materials range in date from 1950 to 2011.

National Academy of Sciences, 1982-2011

Nobel Prizes, 2009
Box 5
National Academy, 1982
Box 5
Untitled # 1, 1983
Box 5
Untitled # 2, 1984
Box 5
Moss, 1984
Box 5
Anuual Meeting, 1985
Box 5
Untitled # 1, 1987
Box 5
Ecion 89, 1989
Box 5
Untitled # 2, 1990
Box 5
Untitled # 3, 1991
Box 5
Untitled # 4, April 26-28, 1993
Box 5
Untitled # 5, 34060
Box 5
Untitled # 6, 1994
Box 5
Untitled # 7, 1995
Box 5
Untitled # 8, 1995-1996
Box 5
Untitled # 9, 1996
Box 5
Untitled # 10, 1997
Box 5
Croce/Baserga, 1997
Box 5
National Academy of Sciences, 1997
Box 5
National Academy of Sciences, 1998
Box 5
Untitled # 11, 1998
Box 5
Untitled # 12, 1999
Box 5
Local Meeting NC State, February 19, 1999
Box 5
Untitled # 13, 1999
Box 5
Hakomori VNG, 1999
Box 5
Splitting # 43, 1999-2000
Box 5
Untitled # 14, 2000
Box 5
Meeting, April 30-May 2, 2000
Box 5
Unititled # 15, 2000
Box 5
Untitled # 16, 2001
Box 5
Annual Meeting, 2002
Box 5
Nevins, 2002
Box 5
Regional Meeting NC State, October 1-2, 2002
Box 5
Annual Meeting, 2003
Box 5
Untitled # 17, 2003
Box 5
Untitled #18, 2004
Box 5
Keene, 2004
Box 6
Untitled # 1, 2004-2010
Box 6
Shaw Prize Nomination, 2005-2008
Box 6
Untitled # 2, 2006
Box 6
22, 2006
Box 6
44, 2006
Box 6
Nomination, 2006
Box 6
Nomination, 2008
Box 6
Nomination, 2009
Box 6
Nomination, 2010
Box 6
Keene, 2011
Box 6
Supporting Material, 2004-2006
Box 6
NAS Membership List of Supporters, 2004
Box 6
Untitled # 3, 2010-2011
Box 6
Others' Supporting Papers, 2002-2010
Box 6
Untitled # 4, 2007
Box 6
Biography Lasker Nomination, 2007
Box 6
Personal Correspondence, 2002-2008
Box 6
Reprints, 1995-2007
Box 6
IOM Nom, January 2004
Box 6
Untitled # 5, undated
Box 6
Roy, 2007
Box 6
Roy, 2008
Box 6
Roy, 2009
Box 6
Roy, 2010
Box 6

Reprints, 1950-2001

Hydrogenase I & II, 1950
Box 7
Nitrate Reductase, 1950
Box 7
Growth of T1 and T2, 1952
Box 7
Effect of Phage Infection on the Metabolic Activity, 1952
Box 7
Effect of Cysteine on Phage Mult. (Rome), 1953
Box 7
Effect of Cortison on Cell Div (Roberts), 1952
Box 7
Transphosphorylation between XuPs (Berg), 1953
Box 7
Phosphorylation of XDPs (Berg), 1954
Box 7
Effect of Metals on Phage Mult (Anzaas), 1954
Box 7
Formulation of XTP from IDP (Yeast) BBA, 1955
Box 7
Adenyl - adenyl succinic in liver BBA, 1956
Box 7
AD-Adenyl-Succ: Isol' & Ident' in Liver, 1957
Box 7
Some Aspects..infection of HeLa Cells with vaccinia virus (Vienna), 1957
Box 7
Biochemical Studies: Incorporation of AD- C14 (Joklik & Rodrick), 1959
Box 7
Localization of AD in the cells (Joklik), 1959
Box 7
Reactivation of Heat - inactivated Poxv: A General Phenom, 1959
Box 7
Reactivation I: Phenom & Techniques, 1960
Box 7
Reactivation III: Properties of Reactivable Particles, 1960
Box 7
Reactivation of Poxviruses by a Non Genetic Mechanism, 1960
Box 7
Absorption & Early Fate of Purified Poliovirus in Hela Cells, 1961
Box 7
Purification of four strains of Poxvirus, 1962
Box 7
Preparation & Characteristics of Pure Labeled Pox, 1962
Box 7
McAuslan & Joklik, 1962
Box 7
Some Properties of Poxvirus DNA, 1962
Box 7
Reactivation of Poxviruses: Fate of reactivatable virus(Nature), 1962
Box 7
Uncoating I. Fate of Radioactively-labeled Rabbit Pox Virus, 1964
Box 7
Uncoating II Molecular Basis of the Uncoating Process, 1964
Box 7
Intracellular Fate of Rabbitpox Virus, 1964
Box 7
mRNA in Cells wwith Vaccinia virus (Becker & Joklik), 1964
Box 7
Replication and Coating of Vaccinia DNA, 1964
Box 7
Genesis of Polyribosomes (Becker) I, 1965
Box 7
Genesis of Polyribosomes (Becker) II, 1965
Box 7
Early Enzymes Jungwirth, 1965
Box 7
IBT Woodson, 1965
Box 7
Mechansism of Action of Interferon (Merigan), 1966
Box 7
Early and Late Vaccinia mRNA, 1967
Box 7
Reo RNA I: Genome RNA (Bellamy), 1967
Box 7
Reo RNA II: mRNA & Genome RNA (Bellamy), 1967
Box 7
Structural Proteins of Vacc V I (Holowczak), 1967
Box 7
Structural Proteins of Vacc V II (Holowczak), 1967
Box 7
A-Rich RNA (Bellamy), 1967
Box 7
Temp. Sensitive Mutant of Vaccinia Virus (Basilico), 1968
Box 7
Temp Sensitive Mutants (Fields), 1969
Box 7
Polypeptides of Virions, top comp & cores (Smith & Zweerink), 1969
Box 7
In Vitro Transcription by Cores (Skehel), 1969
Box 7
Wiesbaden, 1969
Box 7
Intracellular Synth of Reovirus -Spec Proteins (Zweerink), 1970
Box 7
Same Strand (Hay), 1971
Box 7
Essential & Nonessential Noncapsid Proteins (Z,McD, & J), 1971
Box 7
In Vitro Protein Synthesizing System (McDowell), 1971
Box 7
Induction of Interferon (Werenne), 1972
Box 7
5' termincal Nucleotide Seq of Reo mRNa (Nichols, Hay, & J), 1972
Box 7
Reo Ultrastructure (Luftig), 1972
Box 7
Reovirus Oligonucleotides: Abortive Syth(Bellamy, M&J) NNB, 1972
Box 7
Reovirions Oligonucleotides (Nichols, Bellamy, & Joklik), 1972
Box 7
Translation of Reovirus in Cell Free Systems (McDowell & Lodish), 1972
Box 7
Chymotrypsin, 1972
Box 7
Mutants I. Patterns of Gene Expr, 1972
Box 7
ITO Migration of Hybrid RNA, 1972
Box 7
Group D ITO Mutants 3, 1972
Box 7
Location of Vaccinia Polypeptides (Sarov), 1972
Box 7
Uncoating Intermediates (Sarov), 1972
Box 7
Mature and Immature RSV (Cheung, Smith, and Stone), 1972
Box 7
Interferon Induction (Lai), 1973
Box 7
Amino and Carboxyl Terminal Groups (Pett), 1973
Box 7
Intermediates of Vacc Morphogenesis (Sarov), 1973
Box 7
Top Component (Lai & Werenne), 1973
Box 7
Migration Behavior Mutants 4, 1973
Box 7
Rapid Transform (Scincariol), 1973
Box 7
ICTV (Fenner, Pereira, Portfield, Joklik, and Downie), 1974
Box 7
SS RNA Electrophoresis (Floyd), 1974
Box 7
Membrane Changes (Ken Stone), 1974
Box 7
Samuel, 1974
Box 7
Mutants 5 (Matsihusa), 1974
Box 7
ts 447 & ts 556 Patricles lack genome RNA segments (Schuerch & Matsuhisa), 1974
Box 7
Isolierung and Untersuhung (Schuerch, Mitchell, Samuel, Joklik), 1975
Box 8
Poly A Sequences of Vaccinia mRNA (Nevins, Joklik), 1975
Box 8
Analytic Biochemistry (Schuerch), 1975
Box 8
Wiebe, 1975
Box 8
Huismans, 1975
Box 8
Met-X Initiation Peptides (Samuel), 1976
Box 8
JBC I (Hizi), 1976
Box 8
JBC II (Hizi), 1976
Box 8
Vaccinia RNA Polymerase, 1977
Box 8
Poly (A) Polymerase (Nevins), 1977
Box 8
Virology (Hizi), 1977
Box 8
Hizi JBC, 1977
Box 8
Virology (Hizi, McCrae, Joklik), 1978
Box 8
Nature of Polypeptide (McCrae), 1978
Box 8
Henderson, 1978
Box 8
Hizi, Wunderli, Joklik, 1979
Box 8
Hairpin Segment (Perdue), 1979
Box 8
3' Terminal Sequences of (+) and (-) Strands of S1 (Li), 1980
Box 8
Plus strand (Li, Scheible, Keene, Joklik), 1980
Box 8
Anti- Reovirus Immunoglobins (Lee, Hayes), 1981
Box 8
Hayes, Lee, Miller, & Joklil, 1981
Box 8
Reovirus Cell Attachment Protein (Lee, Hayes, Joklik), 1981
Box 8
Duck Embryo Fibroblasts, 1981
Box 8
Sarcoma Virus B77 (Ziegler), 1981
Box 8
Sequences 10 Genes, 1982
Box 8
Terminal Sequence of 4Genes of 3 Serotypes, 1982
Box 8
Relatedness of Stages 1,2, &3 at the Gene Level, 1982
Box 8
Sequence of Termini of CPV DNA(Pickup,Bastia,Stone), 1982
Box 8
Cloned S2 (Cashdollar, Esparza, Hudson, Camelo, Lee, & Joklik), 1982
Box 8
Cloned S2 (Cashdollar, Esparza, Hudson, Camelo, Lee, & Joklik), 1982
Box 8
Cloning the terminal loop of Vacc, 1983
Box 8
Cloning of the Complete Serotype 3 (Cashdollar, Chmelo, Esparaza), 1984
Box 8
Deletions & Duplic. In CPV DNA (Pickup, Ink, Parsons, Hu), 1984
Box 8
3 S1 Genes (Cashdollar, Chmelo, Wiener), 1985
Box 8
Relative mRNA Translation Efficiencies (Gallard), 1985
Box 8
A-Type Protein (Patel, Pickup), 1986
Box 8
Hemorrhage in lesions (Pickup, Ink, Hu, Ray, & Joklik), 1986
Box 8
Sequencing of Supercoiled Plasmid DNA (Bartlett & Gallard), 1986
Box 8
3 S3 Genes (Wiener), 1987
Box 8
3 M2 Genes (Wiener), 1988
Box 8
Sequence of Serotype L3 Genome(Bartlett), 1988
Box 8
Banerjea, 1988
Box 8
Ribavarin (Rankin,Eppes,Antczak), 1989
Box 8
Control of Reo mRNa Translation Efficiency (Roner), 1989
Box 8
Sequences of 3 L1 Genome Segments Mode of Divergence (Wiener), 1989
Box 8
Sequences of Serotype 3, M1, & M3 (Wiener, Bartlett), 1989
Box 8
S2 (Wiener,McLaughlin), 1989
Box 8
Functions of Reo Proteins (Moody), 1989
Box 8
Incorporation of reovirus M Cell (Rubas, Banerjea, Galati, Speiser, Joklik), 1990
Box 8
Conserved Domains in Cell Attachment (Duncan, Horne, Cashdollar, Joklik, Lee), 1990
Box 8
Banerjea & Joklik, 1990
Box 8
Reovirus RNA is Infectious (Roner), 1990
Box 8
Characterization of Protein (Mao), 1991
Box 8
Hooper, 1992
Box 8
Reovirus Genome Assortment (Antczak), 1992
Box 8
Starnes, 1993
Box 8
Translation of m1 Rna (Roner), 1993
Box 8
Core -Like Particles in Cells Infected w/ Hybrid Vacc (Xu, Miller), 1993
Box 8
Banerjea & Joklik, 1994
Box 8
13 Particle Species (Larson, Antczak), 1994
Box 8
Insertion of heterologous genome segments (Roner, Lin, Nepluev, Kong), 1995
Box 8
Double Temperature Sensitive mutant (Roner, Nepluev, Sherry), 1997
Box 8
Reo Reverse Genetics (Roner), 2001
Box 8
Avian Reoviruses, 1967-2000
Box 8
Other Reoviruses, 1980-1997
Box 8

Publication Correspondence, 1963-2001

Untitled # 1, 1963
Box 9
Untitled # 2, 1964
Box 9
Untitled # 3, 1965
Box 9
Early & Late Functions During the Vaccinia Virus Multiplication Cycle, 1966
Box
Mechanism of Action at the Molecular Level of IBT & INT, 1967
Box
Transcription of the Genomes of Mammalian DNA Viruses, 1969-1970
Box
Genome Replicating, 1968
Box
The Large DNA Animal Viruses: Poxvirus & HerpesVirus Groups, 1968
Box
Annual Review of Poxviruses, 1968
Box
Mode of Action of Two Antiviral agents, 1968
Box
Mechanism of Action of Biological and Physical Agents, 1969
Box
Tentative Identification of Reovirus Genome Segments, 1969
Box
CSH, 1970
Box
Molecular Biology of Reovirus, 1971
Box
RNA - Hybridization in Reovirus Mutanta, 1973
Box
Reovirus & Segmented Genome, 1973
Box
Transcription and Translation of Reovirus RNA, 1973
Box
Leis, Hurwitz, Schincariol, and Joklil, 1973
Box
Reproduction of Reoviruses, 1972-1974
Box
Mechanism of Action of Interferon, 1976
Box
Untitled # 4, 1977-1981
Box
Virus Synthesis and Replication, 1979-1980
Box
Induction of Interferon by Reovirus, 1979-1980
Box
Structure and Function of the Reovirus genome, 1979-1980
Box
Structure and Function of the Reovirus genome, 1981
Box
Methods in Enzymology, 1981
Box
Studies on the Sequences of Reovirus Genes, 1982
Box
Monoclonal antibodies, Recombinant DNA, & etc, 1982
Box
Reoviridae Chapters 1&2, 1983
Box
Reovirus mRNA, 1983-1984
Box
Interferons (Field'sVirology), 1985
Box
Recent Progress in Reovirus Research, 1985
Box
Encyclopedia of Science and Technology 6th edition, 1986
Box
Encyclopedia of Science and Technology 8th edition, 1994-1995
Box
Encyclopedia of Science and Technology 9th edition, 2000-2001
Box
Reovirus RNA is Infectious, 1990
Box
Interferons (Field'sVirology), 1990
Box
Fundamental Virology second edition, 1990
Box
Joklil Interferon Papers, undated
Box
Why Smallpox Virus Stocks Should Not Be Destroyed (Science), 1993
Box
Encyclopedia of Virology, 1990-1994
Box
13 Particle Species (Larson, Antczak, and Joklik), 1994
Box
FASEB Journal, 1995
Box
Progress in Nucleic Acid and Molecular Biology, 1995
Box
Molecular Evolution of Viruses, 1995
Box
PNAS, August 1995
Box
Arch Virology, 1995-1996
Box
The Scientist: The Remaining Stocks of SPV, 1996
Box
Construction of double temperature-sensitive mutant, 1997
Box

Manuscripts, 1952-2006

Assembly of the Reovirus Genome, 1998
Box 10
Centennial Mini-Review, 1999
Box 10
Encyclopedia of Virology, 1999
Box 10
Biosciences, 2000
Box 10
Beginnings of Molecular Virology, 2000
Box 10
Reverse Genetics, 2001
Box 10
Infectious Reovirus: Reverse Genetics, 2004
Box 10
Viral Protein Factsbook, 1995-1997
Box 10
Colleagues and Friends, 2005-2006
Box 10
Divalent Metals in Phage Production, 1952
Box 10
Multiplication of Poxvirus DNA, 1962
Box 10
Molecular Basis of the Viral Eclipse Phase, 1965
Box 10
The Poxviruses, 1966
Box 10
Early and Late Functions During the Vaccinia Virus Mult. Cycle, 1967
Box 10
Mechanism of Action of Interferon, 1967
Box 10
Mode of Action of Two Antiviral Agents, 1968
Box 10
VACC DNA: A Genome in the Cytoplasm, 1968
Box 10
Large DNA Animal Viruses: Poxvirus and Herpesvirus Group, 1968
Box 10
Reovirus Genome RNA, mRNA, and A-Rich RNA, 1968
Box 10
Poxviruses (Annual Review of Microbiology), 1968
Box 10
Molecular Biology of Reovirus, 1970
Box 10
Transcription of the Reovirus Genome, 1970
Box 10
Morphogenesis of Animal Viruses, 1971
Box 10
Transcription and Translation of Reovirus RNA, 1973
Box 10
Reovirus: A Virus With a Segmented Double-Stranded RNA Genome, 1973
Box 10
Reproduction of Reoviridae, 1974
Box 10
Evolution in Viruses, 1974
Box 10
CSH, 1974
Box 10
Avian Myeloblastosis Virus (Leis), 1976
Box 10
Establishment and Maintenance of Persistent Infections, 1977
Box 10
Translation-Inhibitory Ribosome Associated Protein, 1977
Box 10
Microbiology and Immunology, 1978
Box 10
Virus Synthesis amd Replication: Reovirus vs. Vaccinia Virus, 1980
Box 10
Induction of Interferon by Reovirus, 1980
Box 10
Molecular Basis of the Antiviral Activity of Interferons, 1980
Box 10
Structure and Function of the Reovirus Genome, 1980
Box 10
Perspectives in Basic Virology, 1981
Box 10
Contributions of Microbiology to Present Day Biology, 1980
Box 10
Terminal Sequences Homologies in Reovirus Genes, 1980
Box 10
Procedures for Studying Transcription and Translation of Viral & Host Nucleic Acids, 1981
Box 10
Structure and Function of the Reovirus Genome, 1981
Box 10
Monoclonal Antibodies, Recombinant DNA Technology, and Other New Approaches, 1982
Box 10
Sequences of Reovirus Genes, 1983
Box 10
Studies on Clones Reovirus Genes, 1983
Box 10
The Reovirus Particle, 1983
Box 10
Antigenic Relationships Between the Proteins of the 3 Serotypes of Reovirus, 1984
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3. Accession A2013.119, 1945-2013

Series Scope and Contents: Contains material primarily related to Joklik's professional career including professional affiliations, faculty files and recommendations, and biographical materials such as CVs and his autobiographical manuscript, "Adventures of a Biochemist." The bulk of this accession consists of agendas, meeting minutes, programs, site visits, and correspondence associated with various professional organizations, conferences, meetings, and symposia. Major subjects include Joklik's professional career, the Cancer Special Program Advisory Committee, the World Health Organization, the American Society for Microbiology, the McGinnis Memorial Lectures, and the Joklik Lecture Series. Materials date from 1945 to 2013.

Biographical Materials, 1945-2005

Curriculum Vitae, 1945-1993
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Adventures of a Biochemist in Virology, 1976-2005
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Adventures of a Biochemist (Part I), 2005
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Adventures of a Biochemist (Part 2), 2005
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Editor-In-Chief (Journal of Virology), 1982-1994
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Virus, undated
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Emory University, 1980-1981
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UNC, 1980-1981
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Baylor, December 4, 1980
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St. Jude Board, November 1980
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First Annual Interferon Congress, November 9-12, 1980
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Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious Diseases, January 1980
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School of Dentistry, 1980
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Perspectives in Virology, 1980
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Keystone Animal Virus Genetics, 1979-1980
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Interferon Nomenclature, 1980
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Third Poxvirus-Iridovirus Workshop, 1980
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Judith Joklil Prize, 1983
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NY Academy of Sciences, 1979
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St Judes, 1979
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NY Academy of Sciences Interferon, 1979
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Hybridoma Workshop Participant, 1979
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Army: Antiviral Drug Development, 1979
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Orthopoxviruses Meeting CDC, 1979
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NRC, May 24, 1979
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ASM, 1979
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2nd Poxvirus-Frog 3 Workshop, April 23-26, 1979
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Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, April 22-24, 1979
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Association of Medical Microbiology Chairmen, 1979
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St. Jude Review, December 10-12, 1985
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University of Pennsylvania Medical Center, 1985
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3rd Conference of Modern Approaches to Vaccines, 1985
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Cancer Dinner, August 26, 1985
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NIH Role in Fostering the Nation's Leadershiop in Biotechnology, 1985
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Utah, April 10, 1985
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Breakfield, March 20, 1985
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11th Meeting Cornell, 1992
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ASV Business Meetings, 1996-1997
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17th Meeting University of British Columbia, 1998
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18th Meeting Amherst, MA, July 10-14, 1999
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Virology, 1981
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Construction Review Group Cal Tech, 1981
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Albany Medical College, 1981
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Virus Genes, 1986
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Virus Diseases, 1990
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Zentralblatt fur Bakteriologie, 1992
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Journal of Virological Methods, 2002
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International Committee on Taxonomy of Viruses Correspondence, 1972-1984
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Abbott-ASM Lifetime Achievement Awards, 1994
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Abbott-ASM Lifetime Achievement Committee Chairmen, 1995-2000
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Dr. Joklik Appointed Editor-In-Chief of Microbiological Reviews, 1991
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Scripps Clinic, 1988
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Celebration, June 16, 1988
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Allan Granoff 65th Birthday Celebrarion, June 10, 1988
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Centers for AIDS Research, 1988
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CDC International Symposium, 1988
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Wagner Symposium, May 16, 1988
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International Congress of Virology, August 14-19, 1987
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Nobel Symposioum, 1987
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China, 1987
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Laboratory of Infectious Diseases Site Visit, December 7-9,1987
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Humboldt Meeting, September 17-20, 1987
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Agenda for AIDS Drug Development, 1987
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Humboldt, 1986
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Correspondence, 1986
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Poland, 1986
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Visits and Seminars, 1986
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Wecker, 1986
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Double Stranded RNA Symposium (NERC Institute of Virology Oxford), September 9-13, 1986
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Interntational Symposium on 'Modern Trends in Virology', June 8-11 ,1986
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Virology Study Section, 1986
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Consensus Development Conference, 1986
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Prevention and Treatment of Viral Diseases, 1986
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Rotary AIDS Talk, March 3, 1986
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International Congress of Virology, 1984
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Institute of Medicine Meeting, June 19, 1984
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Duke Medical Alumni, May 4, 1984
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Quail Roost Genetics Conference, September 23-26, 1984
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Medical College of Virginia Seminar, 1984
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ECU Department of Microbiology Seminar, November 7, 1984
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Vaccinia Viruses as Vectors for Vaccine Antigens, 1984-1985
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Health Night Out, April 3, 1984
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South Africa, 1983-1984
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China, October 1983
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Schlesingerfest, September 22,1983
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Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, 1982-1983
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AAMC Award for Research in the Biomedical Sciences, 1983
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Temple University School of Medicine, 1983
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NIAID Workshop on Development of Antivirals, 1978-1983
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Australia, January 30-February 22, 1982
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National Board of Medical Examiners, 1982
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Control of Viral Diseases, October 17-22, 1983
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Double Stranded RNA Viruses (Frenchman's Reef), October 5-10, 1982
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13th International Congress of Microbiology, August 8-13, 1982
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Rouhandeh Space Needs, June 14, 1982
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Chicago Med School, January 18-19, 1982
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NY State Regents Doctoral Evaluation Project, May 5, 1982
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82nd Annual Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1980-1982
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IOM, 1981
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Participants in Meetings, 1976-1978
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Conferences in the USA, 1964-1999
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'Running' Virology, 1955-1993
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How the American Society for Virology was Founded, 1981
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Tributes to Past Editors, undated
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Adventures of a Biochemist in Virology, 2005
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Curriculum Vitae, undated
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Chairman's Records, 1965-2013

Koprowski, 1976
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CSPAC, 1976
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Frei, 1977
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CSPAC, 1977
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Temin, 1977
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CSPAC, 1977
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Fox Chase, 1977
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National Board of Medical Examiners, 1977
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Ferrer, 1977
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Weber, 1977
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National Board of Medical Examiners, 1978
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Association of American Medical Colleges, 1977
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Kaplan, 1978
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Floss, 1978
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CSPAC, 1978
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Wolfe, 1978
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Spiegelman, 1978
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CSPAC NIH, 1980
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Schwartz, 1978
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Fleissner, 1978
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ACS Council for Research and Clinical Investigation Awards, 1979-1983
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Roswell Park, 1979
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Beychok Columbia, 1979
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Darnell Site Visit Rockefeller, 1979
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CSPAC NIH, 1979
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Cancer Special Program Advisory Committee, 1979
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Cancer Special Program Advisory Committee (Baltimore), 1979
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NIH CPSAC, 1979
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Lerner CSPAC, 1979
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CSPAC, 1979
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John Hopkins, 1979
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Neiman Seattle, 1980
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Strominger, 1980
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NIH CSPAC, 1980
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Basilico NYU, 1980
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Ruoslahti La Jolla, 1980
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Josiah Macy Foundation, 1979
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Geneva - WHO, 1976-1980
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Geneva-WHO-SPE, 1979
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WHO, 1980
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Geneva WHO 1981, 1980-1981
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WHO Geneva 1983, 1983
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Glasgow, 1993
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Joklik nominated for election to the Council of the IOM, 1987
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Duke Members, 1985
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Faculty Memberships, 1981
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Letters of Congratulation, 1994
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Burroughs Wellcome Fund, 1987-1988
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Harvard Board of Overseers, 1987-1993
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Smallpox Eradication WHO, 1981-1988
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NIAID Task Force on Virology, 1976
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Kaplan - ACS, 1976
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Stanford Cancer Center Constructions, 1976
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Northwestern, 1976
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Michigan Neidhart, 1976
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Dr. Fisher Boston, MA, 1976
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Tom August, 1976
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Microbiology Committee Meeting, 1976
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National Board of Medical Examiners, 1976
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Busch, 1976
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Granatek, 1976
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International Union of Microbiological Societies, 1993
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Skehel Prize, 1993
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Berlin, 1993
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Australia, 1995
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Fifth International Symposium on Double Stranded RNA Viruses, 1995
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Marrakech, 1995
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Kyoto University, 1996-1997
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Sabbatical - University of Cologne, 1993-1994
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Untitled, 1966
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Second International Symposium on Medical and Applied Virology, 1966
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CIBA, 1967
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Vienna Chemotherapy, 1967
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Smallpox-Honolulu, 1967
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American Society for Microbiology, 1965-1981
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American Association of Immunologists, 1965
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First International Congress for Virology, 1967
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Council of Academic Societies, 1967-1969
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Research Institute of Epidemiology, 1968
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Virologic Approaches to Cutaneous Disease, 1968
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Australian Biochemical Society Conference, 1968
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Honey Harbour Conference 1968, 1968
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Institute for Developmental Biology, 1968
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First International Congress for Virology Helsinki, 1968
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Department of Microbiology and Immunology, 1968
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Funding of the Graduate Training Program, 1989-1990
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Minutes of a Faculty Meeting, 1990
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The Splitting of the Department, 1992
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Oak Ridge National Laboratory, 1969
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Federation, 1969
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Deutsche Gesellschaft, 1968-1969
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New York Academy of Sciences, 1969
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Gordon Conference, 1969
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Global Impacts of Applied Microbiology (Bombay), 1969
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Medical School Microbiology Chairmen Organization, 1969
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Perspectives in Virology, 1970
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International Cancer Congress, 1970
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CSH RNA Transcription, 1970
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Gordon Conference: Tilton, 1970
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Interferon Workshop, 1971
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Interferon Workshop '72, 1972
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Second International Congress for Virology, 1971
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Gordon Conference, 1971
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Institute for Medical Research: Symposium on Mammary Neoplasia, November 11-13, 1971
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Gordon Research Conferences, 1972
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Gustav Stern Symposium VIII, 1972
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Intervirology, 1972
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Squaw Valley Conference, March 19-23, 1973
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Innsbruck, 1973
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Evolution in the Microbial World, April 9-10, 1974
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Miami (American Society for Microbiology), 1973
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Table Ronde Roussel, 1973
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Barcelona Second Duran Reynold's International Symposium, 1973
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Stern Perspectives in Virology IX, 1974
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Oholo Biological Conference, 1973
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Kentucky-Tennessee Section, ASM Annual Meeting, 1973
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Virus Genetics Workshop, May 20-21, 1974
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Cold Spring Harbor Symposium, 1974
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Chicago American Society for Microbiology, May 12-17, 1974
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International Workshop on Interferon, 1975
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American Society for Microbiology (New York), 1975
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RNA Tumor Viruses, 1975
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Dedication of New Cancer Research Facility, undated
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Cold Spring Harbor Workshop, 1975
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Interferon Meeting Stanford, 1975
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Workshop on Interferon, 1975
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Orbiviruses and Plant Reoviruses, 1975
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Evolution of Viruses, 1975
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Poxviruses (Madrid), 1975
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Double-Stranded RNA Viruses of Fungi, 1975
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Cancer Research, 1975
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Third International Congress for Virology, 1975
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International Association of Microbiological Societies, undated
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Untitled, 1976
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Reoviridae Study Group, 1974-1976
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Persistent Viral Infections, June 13-16, 1976
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National Research Council: Committee on the Biology of Pest Species, 1976
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Cold Spring Harbor Lecture Poxviruses, undated
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ASM Conference on Myxovirus Genetics, 1977
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Gustav Stern Symposium, February 7-8, 1977
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Viral Pesticides, 1977
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Poxvirus Workshop, 1977
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Cancer Center Directors Meeting, November 2-4, 1977
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ASM Symposium Double Stranded RNA Containing Viruses and VLP, 1977-1978
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Cold Spring Harbor 1978, April-May 1978
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New and Useful Methods for Viral Diagnosis, October 12-13, 1978
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St. Jude's Board, November 1-3, 1978
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National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, June 20-30, 1978
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Multiple Sclerosis Society, 1978
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Dedication of Cancer Center, November 1978
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EMBO Workshop, April 6-7, 1978
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Co-Ordination Subcommittee, 1975-1983
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Smallpox Virus Eradication, 1977
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International Committee on Taxonomy of Viruses, 1976
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Journal of Interferon Research, 1980
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Concept Review of Genital Herpes Vaccines, 1981
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SouthEastern Section of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine, November 5-6, 1981
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Medical School Alumni (Duke), 1981
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Curriculum Vitae, 2005
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Adventures of a Biochemist in Virology, 2005
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Opening Address, 1988
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When Two Is Better Than One, 1999
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Dr. Joklik Editor-in-chief of Virology, 1976-1993
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Effect of Virus Infection on Host Cells, 1997
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Moss, 1997
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Fauci, 1998
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Microbiological Reviews, 1991-1994
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Molecular Biology Encyclopedia of Virology, 1994
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Beginnings of Molecular Virology, 2005
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Virus, undated
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Virology, 1999
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Famous Institutions, 1996
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Evolution of the Reoviridae, 1995
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Minireview: What Reassorts When Reovirus Genome Segments Reassort, 1995
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Infectious Reovirus RNA ( Roner and Joklik), 2003
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Molecular Recognition in Reovirus Genome, 1995
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Assembly of the Reovirus Genome, 1996
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Assembly of the Reovirus Genome, 1998
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Reoviruses and Molecular Biology, 1999
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Structure of Poxvirus DNA, 1985
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Why the Smallpox Virus stocks Should Not Be Destroyed?, 1993
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Opening Address, 1985
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Remaining SPV Stocks are Too Valuable To Be Destroyed, 1996
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Virulence genes of poxviruses and reoviruses, 1988
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Interferons, 1991
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The Way Ahead, 1999
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McGinnis Memorial Lectures, 1978
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Third Annual Jim McGinnis Memorial Lecture, 1981
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Second Annual Jim McGinnis Memorial Lecture, 1980
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McGinnis Memorial Lectures 1982, 1982
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McGinnis Memorial Lectures 1983, 1983
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McGinnis Memorial Lectures 1984, 1984
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McGinnis Memorial Lectures 1985, 1985
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McGinnis Memorial Lectures 1986, 1986
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McGinnis Memorial Lectures 1987, 1987
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McGinnis Memorial Lectures 1988, 1988
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McGinnis Memorial Lectures 1989, 1989
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McGinnis Memorial Lectures 1990, 1990
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McGinnis Memorial Lectures 1991, 1991
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McGinnis Memorial Lectures 1992, 1992
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McGinnis Memorial Lectures 1993, 1993
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McGinnis Memorial Lectures 1994, 1994
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McGinnis Memorial Lectures 1999, 1999
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McGinnis 2001, 2001
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McGinnis 2002, 2002
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McGinnis 2000, 2000
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Jim McGinnis Memorial Lecture, 1989-2003
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McGinnis 2003, 2003
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McGinnis 2004, 2004
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McGinnis 2005, 2005
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McGinnis 2006, 2006
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McGinnis 2007, 2007
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Jim McGinnis Memorial Lecture, 2008-2013
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Bernard Moss, 2010
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Karla Kirkegaard, 2010
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Stephen Harrison, 2012
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Faculty Files, 1965-2010

Amos, 2003
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Bastia, 1993-2000
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Rebecca Buckley, 2004-2006
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Cullen, 1993-2008
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Endow, 1998-2004
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Garcia-Blanco, 2006-2008
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Untitled #1, 1992-2010
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Keene, 2002-2008
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Kreuzer, 2005
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Metzgar/Miller, 1980-2009
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Mitchell, 1992-1995
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Nevins, 1992-2010
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Ostrowski, 1993-1994
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Pickup, 1988-2010
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Vignettes, 1981-2010
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CVs of Levitow and Salzman, 1996
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American Society for Microbiology, 1991-1999
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American Society for Microbiology Handbook, 1975
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History of the American Society for Microbiology, 1965-1988
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ASM 1965, 1965
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ASM 1966, 1966
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ASM 1967, 1967
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ASM 1968, 1968
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ASM 1969, 1969
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ASM 1970, 1970
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ASM 1971, 1971
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ASM 1972, 1972
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ASM 1973, 1973
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ASM 1974, 1974
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ASM 1975, 1975
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ASM 1976, 1976
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ASM 1977, 1977
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ASM 1978, 1978
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ASM 1979, 1979
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ASM 1980, 1980
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ASM 1981, 1981
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ASM 1982, 1982
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ASM 1983, 1983
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ASM 1985, 1985
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ASM 1986, 1986
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ASM 1987, 1987
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ASM 1988, 1988
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Biographical Information

Wolfgang Karl Joklik, Chair of the Duke Department of Molecular Genetics and Microbiology and co-founder of the Duke Comprehensive Cancer Center, was born in Austria in 1926. Joklik moved to Australia at age 11. He attended Sydney University (1944-1947) where he majored in Biochemisty and graduated with First Class Honors B.Sc. In 1948, Joklik received his M.Sc. in Biochemisty from Sydney University. Joklik earned his PhD (1952) from the Sir William Dunn School of Pathology at Oxford. Joklik carried out his postdoctoral work at Copenhagen in the Laboratory of Cytophysiology, headed by Herman Kalckar. There, with Nobel Laureate Paul Berg, Joklik helped discover the enzyme terminal transferase. Following his postdoctoral work, Joklik returned to Australia and took the position of Research Fellow, later Fellow, at the Department of Microbiology at the John Curtin School for Medical Research at the Australian National University in Canberra (1953-1962). Joklik took a sabbatical year from 1959 to 1960 in the Laboratory of Cell Biology at the NIH. In 1962, Joklik moved to the United States to begin his appointment as Assistant Professor in the Department of Cell Biology at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine in New York, a position he held until 1968 when he became Chair of the Duke Department of Molecular Genetics and Microbiology (1968-1993).

As Chair of Duke's Department of Molecular Genetics and Microbiology, Joklik oversaw the growth of the department from six to thirty-three faculty members, and under Joklik's leadership it became ranked as one of the top three programs in the nation. During this time, Joklik also co-founded the Duke Comprehensive Cancer Center (1972), which later became known as the Duke Cancer Institute (DCI). Following his retirement as department chair, Joklik continued to research and teach at Duke, beginning appointments in 2002 as James B. Duke Professor Emeritus of Medicine, and Professor Emeritus of Molecular Genetics and Microbiology.

Joklik devoted his career to the development and application of molecular virology. His research focused primarily on reovirus, vaccinia, and poxvirus. Within this field, Joklik has received much professional commendation. Joklik served as editor-in-chief of Virology for 24 years, associate editor of the Journal of Biological Chemisty (1974-1985), and editor of Zinsser's Microbiology, a textbook used by many microbiology and immunology students. Joklik founded the American Society for Virology and served as the society's first president (1982). He was elected as a member of both the U.S. National Academy of Sciences (1981) and the U.S. National Academy of Medicine (1982). Other honors include the ICN International Prize in Virology (1991), a Distinguished Faculty Award bestowed upon Joklik by the Duke Alumni Association (2005), and the Anlyan Lifetime Achievement Award (2013). Duke University created a named professorship in Joklik's honor, the Wolfgang Joklik Professorship in Medicine, and also established the annual Joklik Distinguished Lectureship hosted by the Department of Molecular Genetics and Microbiology to commemorate Joklik's contributions to the department and field of Microbiology and Immunology.

Subject Headings

Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], Wolfgang K. Joklik Papers, Duke University Medical Center Archives.

Acquisitions Information

Accession A2011.041 (gift by Wolfgang K. Joklik, May 2011), Accession A2011.078 (gift by Wolfgang K. Joklik, October 2011), Accession A2013.119 (gift by Wolfgang K. Joklik, November 2013)

Processing Information

Collection rehoused by Ashley Brown: 2015-2016; updated by Alex Dowrey under the supervision of Lucy Waldrop: August 2016