Each year, since its inception in 1967, the Louisa Gross Horwitz Prize has been awarded by Columbia University for outstanding basic research in biology or biochemistry.
The Eric Holtzman Memorial Lecture was established in 1995, and is funded by contributions from friends, colleagues, and students of Eric Holtzman.
In 1905, Columbia University established an honorary public lectureship to focus on timely topics in biology and to be given biannually by a learned scientist of high stature.
The Stephen Schuetze Memorial Lecture was established in 1987, and has been funded by contributions from friends, colleagues, and students as well as a generous annual contribution from his former wife, Roberta Pollock. The Lectureship seeks to bring young neurobiologists to the Columbia community to present their work.
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