Two years later, Radin became a research chemist at Mount Sinai Medical Center in New York City, before teaching in the chemistry department of Rochester Institute of Technology for three years. He then spent seven years as chief biochemist at Rochester General Hospital.
In 1967, Radin moved to Atlanta to join the staff of the Communicable Disease Center (CDC), which became the Center for Disease Control in 1970.
by Susan J. Ainsworth |
January 31, 2011