Rudi Lemberg

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Rudi Lemberg
Born Max Rudolf Lemberg
(1896-10-09)9 October 1896
Died 10 April 1975(1975-04-10) (aged 78)
Notable awards Fellow of the Royal Society[1]

Max Rudolf "Rudi" Lemberg FRS FAA (19 October 1896 — 10 April 1975) was a German-Australian biochemist who specialised in porphyrin structure and function. He was a Foundation Fellow of the Australian Academy of Science (FAA).[1][2][3]

Rudi Lemberg Travelling Fellowship[edit]

The Rudi Lemberg Travelling Fellowship offered by the Academy is named in his honour.[4]

Awardees:

  • 2016 — L.J. Berliner
  • 2012 — P. Jones
  • 2010 — J. Deisenhofer
  • 2008 — J.F. Allen
  • 2006 — J. Vymazal
  • 2004 — G.C. Dismukes
  • 2002 — P. Fromme; R.N. Perham
  • 2001 — D.M.J.S. Bowman
  • 1999 — V.L. Schramm
  • 1997 — M.D. Brand
  • 1996 — T.F. Flannery
  • 1993 — W.R. Briggs
  • 1992 — E.M. Kosower
  • 1991 — R. Huber
  • 1990 — J. Porath
  • 1989 — M.L. Rosenzweig
  • 1986 — H. Scheer
  • 1985 — M.G. Rossmann
  • 1984 — O.T.G. Jones
  • 1983 — J. Heslop-Harrison
  • 1982 — W.K. Joklik
  • 1981 — E. Margoliash; P.H. Raven
  • 1980 — L.E. Mortenson; G.J.V. Nossal
  • 1979 — B. Chance; J.B. Gurdon; G.S. Stent

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Rimington, C.; Gray, C. H. (1976). "Max Rudolf Lemberg 19 October 1896 -- 10 April 1975". Biographical Memoirs of Fellows of the Royal Society. 22: 256. doi:10.1098/rsbm.1976.0011. 
  2. ^ J. Barrett; R.N. Robertson. "Max Rudolph Lemberg 1896-1975". Biographical memoirs. Australian Academy of Science.  Originally published in Records of the Australian Academy of Science, vol.4, no.1, 1978. Also available at AAS
  3. ^ R. Bhathal. "Lemberg, Max Rudolf (Rudi) (1896–1975)". Australian Dictionary of Biography. National Centre of Biography, Australian National University.  First published in Australian Dictionary of Biography, Volume 15, (MUP), 2000.
  4. ^ "Rudi Lemberg Travelling Fellowship". www.science.org.au.