Doisy Marker Unveiling

The Edward A. Doisy Historical Marker was installed installed as part of the SLU Bicentennial celebration and is in recognition of Dr. Doisy’s many accomplishments while at Saint Louis University, including receiving the Nobel Prize in Physiology and Medicine for synthesizing vitamin K, which is essential for blood clotting.

The marker was unveiled by Dr. Enrico Di Cera, Alice A. Doisy Professor and Chairman of Biochemistry, on Friday, December 14, 2018. The Doisy Marker is located at the entrance to the Edward A. Doisy Research Center.

Biochemistry Members Gather Outside The Doisy Research Center For The Unveiling.
Biochemistry Members Gather Outside The Doisy Research Center For The Unveiling.

Biochemistry members gather outside the Doisy Research Center for the unveiling.

Enrico Di Cera, M.D., Chair Of Biochemistry, Prepares To Unveil The Marker.

Enrico Di Cera, M.D., Chair of Biochemistry, prepares to unveil the marker.

The Historic Marker Is Unveiled.

The historic marker is unveiled.

Dr. Di Cera Read The Marker And Commented On Dr. Doisy's Many Accomplishments.

Dr. Di Cera read the marker and commented on Dr. Doisy's many accomplishments.

The Unveiling And Ceremony Are Complete.

The unveiling and ceremony are complete.

Ellen Harshman, Ph.D., J.D., Dean Emerita And Director Of Bicentennial Planning, And Dr. Di Cera With The Doisy Marker. Dr. Harshman Was Key In Helping To Get The Marker Installed.

Ellen Harshman, Ph.D., J.D., Dean Emerita and Director of Bicentennial Planning, and Dr. Di Cera with the Doisy Marker. Dr. Harshman was key in helping to get the marker installed.

The Edward A. Doisy Historic Marker.

The Edward A. Doisy Historic Marker.

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