As Johns Hopkins physician-scientist Gregg Semenza travels to Stockholm to accept his Nobel Prize, the Hub takes readers along for the journey, from his arrival in Sweden to his Nobel lecture at the Karolinska Institutet to the grand Nobel Award ceremony and banquet.
It was the moment of a lifetime for the Johns Hopkins physician-scientist, who was among 14 laureates to be honored at a formal ceremony attended by friends, family, and members of Sweden's royal family
During his Nobel Prize lecture, Johns Hopkins physician-scientist Gregg Semenza expresses gratitude to the many colleagues, students, postdocs, and others who helped him reach his career-defining achievements and offers a memorable thank you to his wife and children
Gregg Semenza, William B. Kaelin, and Sir Peter J. Ratcliffe, winners of the 2019 Nobel Prize in physiology or medicine, discuss their award-winning findings and the importance of inspiring a new generation of researchers
Gregg Semenza's groundbreaking work on the behavior of cells in low oxygen settings—work that has far-reaching implications for the understanding and treatment of a variety of illnesses and diseases—is recognized with the most prestigious award in science