Solomon

Mowshowitz

Lecturer
Full Research Description: 

After receiving his doctorate in Biochemistry from the Albert Einstein College of Medicine in 1970, Solomon Mowshowitz joined the faculty of Mount Sinai School of Medicine where his main research interests were Virology and Immunology (interferons); he taught Medical Microbiology (infectious diseases and immunology) in the Medical School and in the accelerated Sophie Davis program at CUNY. After 14 years at Mount Sinai, Mowshowitz held senior posts at various biotech firms, directing research and managing intellectual property (e.g. patents) in infectious disease diagnostics and therapeutics, forensic DNA and preclinical testing of neuropsychiatric drugs.

In case you were wondering, S. Mowshowitz (XY) is married to D. Mowshowitz (XX).

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