Dr. Jean Lud Cadet is the clinical director for the National Institute on Drug Abuse. Dr. Cadet earned his medical degree at Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons. He completed a year's internship at Overlook Hospital in Summit, New Jersey, followed by a psychiatry residency at the New York State Psychiatric Institute, and a neurology residency at Mount Sinai Medical Center in New York City.
Dr. Cadet came to NIH in 1984 and spent 2 years with NIMH. He then went back to New York, where he spent 5 years at Columbia University as an assistant professor of neurology & psychiatry, and assistant attending neurologist and psychiatrist at Presbyterian Hospital. He returned to NIH in 1992, and has been with NIDA ever since. He has been clinical director since 1997. He also heads the Molecular Neuropsychiatry Section.
Dr. Rosenberg earned her Ph.D. degree at Rockefeller University, and followed that a year later with a medical degree from Cornell University Medical College. She completed an internship and residency at University Hospital in Boston, and a research fellowship in infectious diseases at Beth Israel Hospital.
Dr. Rosenberg spent four years at Harvard Medical School as a research fellow and instructor in medicine, before joining NIAID in 1991, and has been here ever since.
Her research interests include the molecular biology of the RNase A gene
superfamily, in addition to the topic she'll discuss today, which is "Eosinophils,
Ribonucleases, and Host Defenses Against Respiratory Viral Pathogens."
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