My Favorite Quotes
Hits 1 to 10 of 10
 Peter Agre - “The Department of Cell Biology at Johns Hopkins was founded and directed by Tom Pollard, an engaging young scientist with remarkable energy and enthusiasm.”
 Peter Agre - “Our lab had always refrained from keeping our studies secret.”
 Peter Agre - “It is a remarkable honor to receive a Nobel Prize, because it not only recognizes discoveries, but also their usefulness to the advancement of fundamental science.”
 Peter Agre - “In 1862, Abraham Lincoln signed the Homestead Act, a bill opening one half million square miles of territory in the western United States for settlement.”
 Peter Agre - “Following my junior year in high school, I went on a camping trip through Russia in a group led by Horst Momber, a young language teacher from Roosevelt.”
 Peter Agre - “My brother Jim and I spent many wonderful summers working on dairy farms in Wisconsin owned by Mom's cousins, and as members of our local Boy Scout troop.”
 Peter Agre - “My goal was to develop into an independent research scientist studying clinical problems at the laboratory bench, but I felt that postgraduate residency training in internal medicine was necessary.”
 Peter Agre - “The long, cold Minnesota winters instilled in me a fascination for exotic far off places I aspired toward a career in tropical diseases and world health problems.”
 Peter Agre - “Johns Hopkins introduced me to two defining events in my life commitment to biomedical research and meeting my future wife, Mary.”
 Peter Agre - “We always had lutefisk for Christmas dinner, after which Dad read from the Norwegian Bible.”