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How to Win a Nobel Prize in Medicine or Physiology

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How to Win a Nobel Prize in Medicine or Physiology
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    Nobel Prize winners are among the most honored individuals on Earth. Yet in the case of medicine or physiology, it's said that prize winners find more success cultivating quiet careers in basic science research composing solid litanies of publications than assuming roles of "celebrity experts." Dr. Barry J. Marshall, Australian physician and professor of clinical microbiology at the University of Western Australia, received the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine in 2005 for the discovery of H. pylori's role in gastric ulcer disease pathogenesis. He joins host Dr. Mary Leuchars to provide his own "How To" guide for a Nobel Prize-winning career track.

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    Nobel Prize winners are among the most honored individuals on Earth. Yet in the case of medicine or physiology, it's said that prize winners find more success cultivating quiet careers in basic science research composing solid litanies of publications than assuming roles of "celebrity experts." Dr. Barry J. Marshall, Australian physician and professor of clinical microbiology at the University of Western Australia, received the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine in 2005 for the discovery of H. pylori's role in gastric ulcer disease pathogenesis. He joins host Dr. Mary Leuchars to provide his own "How To" guide for a Nobel Prize-winning career track.

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