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Marcia B. Goldberg grew up in Brookline, Massachusetts. She received her BA from Harvard University, where she developed an interest in physiology, which encouraged her to attend Harvard Medical School. She traveled extensively, including a service trip to Gabon, and explored many aspects of medicine by working with various non-profits. During her residency, she researched virulence factors of Vibrio cholerae alongside Dr. Stephen B. Calderwood. She then spent several years studying Shigella flexneri pathogenesis in Philippe J Sansonetti's Lab at the Pasteur Institute. Goldberg became assistant professor at Albert Einstein College of Medicine, but after a few years moved to Harvard Medical School. Her current research focuses on the IcsA protein of Shigella flexneri and its role in actin assembly during the bacterium's infection of mammalian host cells.
Born in Boston, Massachusetts on 29 July 1957. Education: B.A. Harvard University (1979), M.D., Harvard Medical School (1984). Employment: 1984- Harvard Medical School ; 1993-1999 Albert Einstein College of Medicine.
This oral history is part of a series supported by a grant from the Pew Charitable Trusts based on the Pew Scholars Program in the Biomedical Sciences. This collection is an important resource for the history of biomedicine, recording the life and careers of young, distinguished biomedical scientists and of Pew Biomedical Scholar Advisory Committee members.
Interview conducted by Helene L. Cohen at Harvard School of Public Health, Cambridge, Massachusetts.
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Marcia B. Goldberg interview conducted by Helene L. Cohen at Harvard School of Public Health, Cambridge, Massachusetts. (Philadelphia: Chemical Heritage Foundation, Oral History Transcript 0542).
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