Jules Hoffmann, French biologist

Jules Hoffmann, French biologist

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Caption: Jules Hoffmann, Luxembourg-born French biologist (born 1941). He was awarded the Nobel Prize in Medicine in 2011 for his discoveries relating to the activation of innate immunity in the Drosophila melanogaster fly. The prize was shared with American immunologist Bruce A Beutler (born 1957) and Canadian immunologist and cell biologist Ralph M Steinman (1943-2011). Left to right: Dominique Ferrandon, Jean Marc Reichhart, Jules Hoffmann, Charles Hetru, and Jean-Luc Imler. All work together at the Unite Propre de Recherche at the IBMC (Institut de Biologie Moleculaire et Cellulaire) in Strasbourg. Photographed at the Universite de Strasbourg.

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