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Interview with Dr. Jerry Wolinsky: Highlights of the John Whitaker Memorial lecture
Dr. Wolinsky describes the highlights of the John Whitaker Memorial lecture, which was aimed at young investigators. Dr. Wolinsky discusses how one paper that he read early in his career, on the discovery of monoclonal antibodies, helped to shape his career.
Dr. Wolinsky discusses how important it is for young investigators to study what interests them. Basic discoveries are very important in the context of medicine, and are not only applicable to MS, but developing better treatments in general.
Dr. Jerry Wolinsky, Bartels Family Professor of Neurology, The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston, Houston, Texas, USA.
The interview was recorded at the annual meeting of the CMSC, taking place in June 2016 in National Harbour (MD), USA.