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The Jules Freund Lectures

The Jules Freund Lecture series, established in 1961, was given annually until 1974 in honor of Dr. Jules Freund, first chief of the Laboratory of Immunology, NIAID.

Date Title Presenter
November 15, 1961
"Studies of Hypersensitivity to Simple Chemical Allergens"
Merrill W. Chase
October 17, 1962
"Chemical Constitution and Immunological Specificity of Polysaccharides"
Michael Heidelberger
October 7, 1963
"Autosensitization in Animals and Man"
Ernest Witebsky
October 7, 1964
"Pleuropneumonia-like Organisms and L-forms of Bacteria"
Louis L. Dienes
September 29, 1965
"Mechanisms of Intracellular Infection"
Rene Jules Dubos
October 13, 1966
"Problems of Antibody Biosynthesis"
Felix Haurowitz
October 20, 1967
"Immunochemical Analysis of Tissue Constituents"
Pierre Grabar
November 6, 1968
"Whither the Search for Viral Etiology of Human Cancer?"
Albert Sabin
November 3, 1969
"Blood Group A, B, H, and Le Substances--Their Chemistry and the Nature of Their Reaction With Antibodies and Other Specific Hemagglutinins"
Elvin A. Kabat
October 19, 1970
"Serum, pH, and the Contact Inhibition of Normal Human Cells"
Harry Eagle
November 18, 1971
"Myeloma Proteins as Antibodies and Tumor- Specific Antigens"
Herman N. Eisen
November 17, 1972
"Mycoplasmas as Candidates for Vascular Pathogenicity"
Lewis Thomas
November 26, 1974
"The Task of Seeing the Virus and Host as Non- Separate Realities"
Hilary Koprowski


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