Leonard Herzenberg, Ph.D.

AIMBE College of Fellows Class of 2008
For seminal contributions to the field of analytic cytology, combining immunology, genetics, mathematics and biomedical engineering and for being responsible for bringing the field of flow cytometry to everyday life.

Stanford geneticist Leonard Herzenberg dies

Via paloaltoonline | November 12, 2013

Leonard Herzenberg, a retired geneticist whose discoveries are said to have kept thousands of people alive, died Oct. 27 at Stanford University Hospital, where he had been since Oct. 8 after suffering a severe stroke. He was 81.

A retired professor at Stanford School of Medicine, Herzenberg helped develop the first fluorescence-activated cell sorter, enabling the birth of modern immunology, stem cell research and proteomics, the study of the structure and functions of proteins, said medical school Dean Lloyd Minor… Continue reading.