Exclusive Collection of Pictures of Dr. Richard Ablin, Discoverer Of The Prostate Specific Antigen

As we all know, eminent scientist, Dr. Richard Ablin is the discoverer of prostate specific antigen or PSA. CureTalk, recently published a three part interview with Dr. Richard Ablin and in continuation with the series we now bring you some exclusive photographs of Dr. Ablin and his colleagues in his lab.

Dr. Richard J. Ablin

Doctor Richard J. Ablin with Staff Members: Rose Zavarella, Linda Pfieffer, Christine Kostrzewski and Melba Allen in September 1968, in the Division of Immunology Laboratories, Millard Fillmore Hospital Research Institute, Buffalo, NY.

Dr. Richard Ablin

Dr. Richard J. Ablin cutting tissue sections of the human prostate on a cryostat for immunofluorescent studies of antibodies to human prostate in the Division of Immunology Laboratories, Millard Fillmore Hospital Research Institute, Buffalo, NY, in September 1968.

Dr. Ablin

Dr. Richard J. Ablin in the Division of Immunology Laboratories, Cook County Hospital and the Hektoen Institute for Medical Research, Chicago, IL, in November 1978. Dr. Ablin was Director, Immunobiology Section, Division of Urology, Department of Surgery, and Senior Scientific Officer here.

Dr. Ablin

Dr. Richard J. Ablin in the Division of Immunology Laboratories, Cook County Hospital and the Hektoen Institute for Medical Research, Chicago, IL, in November 1978. Dr. Ablin was Director, Immunobiology Section, Division of Urology, Department of Surgery, and Senior Scientific Officer here.

Dr. Richard J. Ablin

Dr. Richard J. Ablin, discovered the prostate specific antigen in 1970.

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