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Hillel B. Levine papers, approximately 1945-2003.
BANC MSS 2015/173 box 1; BANC MSS 2015/173 box 2; BANC MSS 2015/173
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Hillel B. Levine papers, approximately 1945-2003
H.B. Levine papers
Proceedings of the annual Coccidioidomycosis Study Group meeting


Levine, H. B. (Hillel Benjamin), 1923-, creator, creator.


Contains Hillel B. Levine's laboratory notebooks, photographs of Levine being interviewed and at various functions, correspondence, and numerous newspaper clippings regarding his role in developing a vaccine for Valley Fever [i.e. coccidioidomycosis]. Also contains some materials from Levine's academic career at the University of Wisconsin including a notebook from an undergraduate biochemistry laboratory course, master's thesis, and doctoral dissertation. Also includes published materials and programs for an annual coccidioidomycosis study group meeting that Levine chaired.


1945 (issued)


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Levine, H. B. (Hillel Benjamin) -- 1923- -- Archives
Levine, H. B. (Hillel Benjamin) -- 1923- -- Portraits
University of California, Berkeley. -- Naval Biosciences Laboratory.
University of California, Berkeley. -- School of Public Health.
Bacteriologists -- California -- Berkeley
Microbiologists -- California -- Berkeley
Coccidioidomycosis -- Vaccination -- California -- Testing
Coccidioidomycosis -- Vaccination -- United States -- Testing
Systemic mycoses -- Vaccination -- California
Systemic mycoses -- Vaccination -- United States
Vaccines -- California -- Testing
Vaccines -- Development -- California


Hillel B. Levine papers, BANC MSS 2015/179, The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley.
Gift ; of Mark Levine ; 20150804.
Hillel Benjamin Levine (July 9, 1923-2015) ) was a research bacteriologist at the School of Public Health, University of California, Berkeley, and chairman of the Medical Microbiology Department at the Naval Biosciences Laboratory in Oakland, California. He is best known for his role in developing a vaccine for coccidioidomycosis, better known as Valley Fever. Dr. Levine earned his Masters of Science and Ph.D. from the University of Wisconsin in 1947 and 1949, respectively.
In English.


Laboratory notebooks.
Academic dissertations.

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0.8 (2




BANC MSS 2015/173 box 1
BANC MSS 2015/173 box 2
BANC MSS 2015/173