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Charles G. Cochrane

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Background Information

Employment History

Audit Committee


Recon Sales Representative

Stryker Corporation


Surgical Technologist

Scripps Memorial Hospital


Affiliations

The Scripps Research Institute

Professor Emeritus


Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego

Member and past-President of the Board of Trustees


ResMed Foundation

Board of Trustees Member


Merck Sharp

Member of the Board of Scientific Advisors


Museum of Contemporary Art

Trustee


Education

M.D.

Department of Immunology

The Scripps Research Institute


M.D. degree

University of Rochester


Web References(28 Total References)


The ResMed Foundation | Board of Trustees

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Charles G. Cochrane, MD
CHAIRMAN PHILANTHROPY AND AUDIT COMMITTEES Dr. Cochrane is Professor Emeritus of The Scripps Research Institute (TSRI), was one of the 5 Founders of TSRI in 1961 and Adjunct Professor of Pathology at the University of California, San Diego. He is author of over 320 peer-reviewed scientific articles dealing with the molecular and cellular mechanisms of immunologic and inflammatory states. He invented the synthetic peptide pulmonary surfactant, KL4-Surfactant, which is given to preterm infants to expand their lungs and save lives. The KL4-Surfactant is undergoing tests in other diseases currently. He received 40 national and international awards together with lectureships such as the Klemperer Award of the NY Academy of Medicine (1995), the Frontiers of Medicine lectureship of the Nobel Symposium in Stockholm, Sweden (1999), the American Lung Association Live and Breathe Award (2004), the Ravdin Lecture of the American College of Surgeons (1983), the Centennial Speaker of the National Institutes of Health (1986) and at the Molecular Basis of Inflammation in Heidelberg, Germany (1993). He has served on 11 Editorial Boards of international scientific journals and consultantships for 10 organizations or companies including the Arthritis Foundation, the American Heart Association, the National Multiple Sclerosis Society, the American Cancer Society and as a member of the Board of Scientific Advisors for Merck Sharp and Dohme. Dr. Cochrane is also a member and past-President of the Board of Trustees of the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego.


Jonas Salk Legacy Foundation (JSLF) News and Blog | Crafting a wiser future.

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Following the film screening, there will be a panel discussion including JSLF's president Peter Salk, The Scripps Research Institute's Charles Cochrane, and The Salk Institute's Geoffrey Wahl.


The ResMed Foundation | Board of Trustees

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Charles G. Cochrane, MD
CHAIRMAN PHILANTHROPY AND AUDIT COMMITTEES Dr. Cochrane is Professor Emeritus of The Scripps Research Institute (TSRI), was one of the 5 Founders of TSRI in 1961 and Adjunct Professor of Pathology at the University of California, San Diego. He is author of over 320 peer-reviewed scientific articles dealing with the molecular and cellular mechanisms of immunologic and inflammatory states. He invented the synthetic peptide pulmonary surfactant, KL4-Surfactant, which is given to preterm infants to expand their lungs and save lives. The KL4-Surfactant is undergoing tests in other diseases currently. He received 40 national and international awards together with lectureships such as the Klemperer Award of the NY Academy of Medicine (1995), the "Frontiers of Medicine" lectureship of the Nobel Symposium in Stockholm, Sweden (1999), the American Lung Association "Live and Breathe Award (2004), the Ravdin Lecture of the American College of Surgeons (1983), the Centennial Speaker of the National Institutes of Health (1986) and at the "Molecular Basis of Inflammation" in Heidelberg, Germany (1993). He has served on 11 Editorial Boards of international scientific journals and consultantships for 10 organizations or companies including the Arthritis Foundation, the American Heart Association, the National Multiple Sclerosis Society, the American Cancer Society and as a member of the Board of Scientific Advisors for Merck Sharp and Dohme. Dr. Cochrane is also a member and past-President of the Board of Trustees of the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego.


Charles Cochrane | Jonas Salk Legacy Foundation (JSLF) News and Blog

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Following the film screening, there will be a panel discussion including JSLF's president Peter Salk, The Scripps Research Institute's Charles Cochrane, and The Salk Institute's Geoffrey Wahl.


Board of Trustees | Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego

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Dr. Charles G. Cochrane


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