personal message

Main > Science & Technology > Marie M. Daly

Marie Maynard Daily (born 16 April 1921 in Corona, Queens, New York City, died 28 October 2003) - She earned a Bachelor of Science from Queens College in 1942 and a Master of Science from New York University in 1943. Marie Maynard Daly received a Ph.D. in Chemistry from Columbia University in 1948, the first black female to earn a Ph.D. in Chemistry. Dr. Daly served as an Instructor in Physical Science at Howard University between 1947-48. From 1951-55, she was a Research Assistant at the Rockefeller Institute. Dr. Daly was an Associate at the Columbia University Research Service of the Goldwater Memorial Hospital, from 1955-59. Marie Daly was appointed from Assistant Professor of Biochemistry from 1960-61. Professor Daly was appointed Assistant Professor (1960-1971) and Associate Professor (1971-1986) of Biochemistry and Medicine at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Yeshiva University. Professor Daly served as an Investigator for the American Heart Association (1958-63) and Cancer Scientist for the Health Research Council of New York (1962-72). Professor Daly's area of research focuses on nucleic acids.

Recommend this profile to your Facebook friends.

contact me

  • Sign Guestbook
  • Report Abuse
  • Block Member
  • Report Spam

comments from my friends

You need to be friends with BHM_Marie_M_Daly in order to leave them a Comment.

In the meantime, you can always sign their guestbook.

Comments (0)

Comments Options
Sort comments by: