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Deborah Delmer is an American plant pathologist, and professor emeritus at University of California, Davis. She was awarded the 2011 ASPB Leadership in Science Public Service Award. and the 2004 Anselme Payen Award. She was president of the American Society of Plant Biologists. She was one of the first scientists to discover the enzymes and biochemical mechanisms for tryptophan synthesis.
She graduated from Indiana University, and from the University of California, San Diego. She studied with Peter Albersheim at the University of Colorado. She taught at Michigan State University. She taught at Hebrew University of Jerusalem She was a Director for the Rockefeller Foundation . She is on the board of The American Chestnut Foundation.
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