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Dr. Soslau graduated from Queens College, Queens, NY in 1965 with a BA degree and majored in Chemistry. He then entered the University of Rochester Medical School, NY where he worked towards his PhD in Biochemistry. His research focused on the development of the cytochrome system in the metamorphosizing Polyphemus moth. He graduated in 1970 and joined the research group of Dr Margit Nass at the University of Pennsylvania delving into the biochemistry and ultra-structure of mitochondria. TDrexel University College of Medicine was formerly MCP-Hahnemann College of Medicine which was formerly MCP College of Medicine and Hahnemann University College of Medicine. He began his career at Hahnemann in 1975. He taught molecular biology throughout this period to both graduate and medical school students. His research interests focused primarily on platelet functions--membrane receptors and second messengers required for platelet activation. Most of my studies were conducted with human material derived from "normal" subjects and from clinically treated individuals.
Coagulation, Cardiovascular System, Platelets, Molecular Biology, Hematology
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