Documents, including publications and unpublished papers and notes, related to Philip
Philip Seeman (1934- ) received his Doctorate in Medicine from McGill University in 1960
and his Ph.D. in Life Sciences, under George Emil Palade (1974 Nobel laureate in Physiology
or Medicine), at the Rockefeller University in 1966. He conducted research in the
Departments of Pharmacology and Psychiatry, University of Toronto, from 1970 onward. He
notes in his cirriculum vitae, "I have devoted my career to my 1975 discovery of the
antipyschotic receptor (now called the dopamine D2 receptor) and to scientific research on
the basis of psychosis."
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