Dr. Jeffrey V. Ravetch is the Theresa and Eugene Lang Professor and head of the Leonard Wagner Laboratory of Molecular Genetics and Immunology at The Rockefeller University.
Dr. Ravetch has contributed significantly to our understanding of the role of the FcR pathways in immune responses, and was responsible for being the first to clone the genes for Fc receptors. These achievements were critical to the design of therapeutic antibodies used worldwide today, and earned him the 2007 William B. Coley Award for Distinguished Research in Basic and Tumor Immunology and election to the National Academy of Sciences. Dr. Ravetch serves on CRI’s Scientific Advisory Council.
It's part of my [scientific] philosophy—you should want to spend all your time in the lab, it should be the best place you know. It's all about having an environment where you look forward to coming to work and just enjoy sticking around.
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