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[Oral History Program interview with Renata Lexova, 2004]

Author: Renata Laxova; Erika Lorraine Milam; University of Wisconsin--Madison. Archives. Oral History Program.
Series: Women in science and engineering (Oral History Program, University of Wisconsin--Madison)
Edition/Format:   Audiobook on Cassette : Cassette recording : English
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Childhood in Brno; Hitler's invasion of Czechoslovakia; Kindertransport; Nicholas Winton; War years spent in England; Return to Czechoslovakia; Medical school; Life under communist regime; Position at children's hospital; Research on twins; PhD in genetics; Prague Spring; Invasion of Czechoslovakia in August, 1968; Escape to England; Lionel Penrose; Research at Kennedy-Galton Center on mental retardation;  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Interviews
Named Person: Renata Laxova
Material Type: Audio book, etc.
Document Type: Sound Recording
All Authors / Contributors: Renata Laxova; Erika Lorraine Milam; University of Wisconsin--Madison. Archives. Oral History Program.
OCLC Number: 228111597
Notes: Professor of Medical Genetics and Pediatrics; at UW: 1975-2000.
Performer(s): Interviewed in 2004 by Erika Milam.
Description: sound cassettes (4 3/4 hrs.) : analog, 1 7/8 ips, mono.
Series Title: Women in science and engineering (Oral History Program, University of Wisconsin--Madison)

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Childhood in Brno; Hitler's invasion of Czechoslovakia; Kindertransport; Nicholas Winton; War years spent in England; Return to Czechoslovakia; Medical school; Life under communist regime; Position at children's hospital; Research on twins; PhD in genetics; Prague Spring; Invasion of Czechoslovakia in August, 1968; Escape to England; Lionel Penrose; Research at Kennedy-Galton Center on mental retardation; Appointment to UW; Waisman Center; Work in prenatal diagnosis and genetics counseling; Genetic Contact Network; Wisconsin Teratogen Project; Teaching; Perinatal Foundation; Retirement activities.

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