Thomas Hunt Morgan

California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, CA 
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"Thomas Morgan"

(1866 - 1945)
The Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine 1933 was awarded to Thomas H. Morgan "for his discoveries concerning the role played by the chromosome in heredity".

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William Keith Brooks grad student 1890 Johns Hopkins (DevTree)
Hans Driesch post-doc (DevTree)


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Folke Karl Skoog research assistant 1932 Caltech (Chemistry Tree)
Edgar Altenberg grad student
A Bergner grad student
C Bliss grad student
Calvin Bridges grad student
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J Dexter grad student
John Whittemore Gowen grad student
M Graubard grad student
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Alfred Huettner grad student
R Hyde grad student
Phil Ives grad student
Donald Lancefield grad student
Clara Lynch grad student
R McEwen grad student
Dwight Miller grad student
Harold Plough grad student
Charles Plunkett grad student
L Quackenbush grad student
M Richards grad student
S Safir grad student
Mary Stark grad student
Jiazhen Tan grad student
Albert Tyler grad student Caltech (Neurotree)
D Warren grad student
Alexander Weinstein grad student
Charles Zeleny grad student Columbia
Tsuda Umeko grad student 1889-1892 Bryn Mawr College (Evolution Tree)
Nettie Maria Stevens grad student 1903 Bryn Mawr
Edmund Newton Harvey grad student 1911 Columbia (Chemistry Tree)
Alfred Henry Sturtevant grad student 1914 Barnard College, Columbia University
Hermann J. Muller grad student 1915 Columbia
Don Cameron Warren grad student 1924 Columbia (Animal Science Tree)
Jack Schultz grad student 1929
Don Poulson grad student 1936 Caltech
Marcus Singer grad student 1938 MBL (Neurotree)
Sidney W. Fox grad student 1940 Caltech (Chemistry Tree)
Charles Baker Metz grad student 1942 Caltech
George Wells Beadle post-doc
Theodosius Dobzhansky post-doc
Boris Ephrussi post-doc University of Paris (DevTree)
Georgii Dmitrievich Karpechenko post-doc (Evolution Tree)
Helen Redfield post-doc Columbia
Curt Stern post-doc 1924-1926 Columbia
Marcus Morton Rhoades post-doc 1932 Caltech
Barbara McClintock post-doc 1934 Caltech
Jacques Lucien Monod post-doc 1936 Caltech (Neurotree)
Max Delbrück research scientist 1937 Caltech
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MORGAN TH. (1945) Normal and abnormal development of the eggs of Ciona. The Journal of Experimental Zoology. 100: 407-16
Morgan TH. (1942) Sex inversion in the peafowl Journal of Heredity. 33: 247-248
Morgan TH. (1939) Personal recollections of calvin B. Bridges Journal of Heredity. 30: 354-358
Morgan TH. (1938) Human heredity and modern genetics Journal of the Franklin Institute. 226: 373-381
Morgan TH. (1932) THE RISE OF GENETICS. II. Science (New York, N.Y.). 76: 285-8
Morgan TH. (1932) The rise of genetics: Excerpts from the address of the president of the sixth international congress of genetics, at ithaca Journal of Heredity. 23: 337-343
Morgan TH. (1927) THE RELATION OF BIOLOGY TO PHYSICS. Science (New York, N.Y.). 65: 213-20
Morgan TH. (1924) Dilution of sperm suspensions in relation to cross‐fertilization in Ciona Journal of Experimental Zoology. 40: 307-310
Morgan TH. (1924) Self‐fertility in Ciona in relation to cross‐fertility Journal of Experimental Zoology. 40: 301-305
Sturtevant AH, Morgan TH. (1923) REVERSE MUTATION OF THE BAR GENE CORRELATED WITH CROSSING OVER. Science (New York, N.Y.). 57: 746-7
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