Harry Steenbock (1886-1967) was a distinguished Professor of Biochemistry at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. His interests and contributions spanned many areas of nutrition and biochemistry. One of his outstanding achievements was the discovery of the irradiation process for producing vitamin D. To honor Professor Steenbock, the Steenbock Endowment sponsors a lecture each year at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

Darwin J. Prockop
Thomas Jefferson University
Seminar Series: Steenbock Lectures
October 4, 1993 - 3:30pm
Dr. James Darnell
Rockefeller University
Seminar Series: Steenbock Lectures
April 27, 1993 - 3:30pm
Dr. James Darnell
Rockefeller University
Seminar Series: Steenbock Lectures
April 26, 1993 - 3:30pm
Dr. Keith Yamamoto
University of California-San Francisco
Seminar Series: Steenbock Lectures
September 22, 1992 - 3:30pm
Dr. Keith Yamamoto
University of California-San Francisco
Seminar Series: Steenbock Lectures
September 21, 1992 - 3:30pm
Donald D. Brown
Carnegie Institution of Washington
Seminar Series: Steenbock Lectures
April 23, 1992 - 3:30pm
Donald D. Brown
Carnegie Institution of Washington
Seminar Series: Steenbock Lectures
April 22, 1992 - 3:30pm
Thomas Steitz
Yale University
Seminar Series: Steenbock Lectures
October 28, 1991 - 3:30pm
Joan Argetsinger Steitz
Yale University
Seminar Series: Steenbock Lectures
October 25, 1991 - 3:30pm

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