Ray Sachs, UCB. Computational Radiation Biology
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Sachs' CV

Born 06/13/1932 in Germany; came to U.S. in 1937.

Bachelor's in math, MIT 1953. Ph.D. in theoretical physics, Syracuse 1959.

Postdocs abroad
Assistant Prof. of Physics at SIT, Hoboken N.J.
Associate Prof. and then Prof. of Physics at UT Austin.
1969 Professor of Math and Physics University of California, Berkeley.
1993-present Professor Emeritus of Mathematics and of Physic UCB.
1994-present Research Professor of Mathematics UCB.
2005-present Adjunct Professor Tufts medical school.

I worked on general relativistic cosmology and astrophysics until about 1985; then I switched to mathematical and computational biology, especially radiation biology.
"The first principle is that you must not fool yourself, and you are the easiest person to fool." -- RP Feynman