Affordable Access

Letter from Ellis Englesberg to Joshua Lederberg

Publication Date


PARTMENT OF BACTERIOLOGY i!.. ,., BERKELEY 4, CALIFORNIA UNIVERSITYOFCALIFORNIA Jammy 9, 1950 Dr. J. Lederberg Dept. of Genetics University of Wisconsin &lad&son 6, Wisconsin Dear Dr. Iiederberg, I am looking ibJ.gust , and spending you. Forward w ith great pleasure to meeting you this my expected postdoctoral fellowship working w ith Dr. Stanier mentioned that you had suggested that I apply for a U .S. Public Health Service Fellowship. i intend to do so, end also to apply For the BBerck Fellowship. In order to secure these fellowships, I w ill need your assistance in the following: 1. The Mational IZesEarch Council inform me that in addition to your letter, indicating their they require a letter from the University of Wisconsin, acceptance of me. Would it be possible for you to obtain such a letter for ne, and have it sent immediately to the Natural Sciences Fellowship Board, National Research Council, 2101 Constitution Ave., ijashington 25, D .C.? 2. k similar letter is required, amabove, addressed to the Merck Fellowship Board, address as above. 3. A letter from you is required, to be sent to the Merck Fellowship Board, stating that->you w ill act as my scientific advisor, and that adequate facilities are availhble for me. (Similar to the letters you have sent me.) 4. k letter from you is required, to ,be sent to the D ivision of Research Grants and Fellowships, Bethesda 14, Liarylancl., Xational Institutes of Health, stating that I have aade suitable arrangeDents w ith you in order to aarry ou rg research progrm, and that adequate facilities are available. I hope this w ill no% inconvenience you too xnxmh. P.S. Thank Variation. you very mxh for the reprint of your article on Bacterial

There are no comments yet on this publication. Be the first to share your thoughts.