sylvania. She is currently a professor emerita of biochemistry and biophysics there as well as visiting professor of biochemistry at the Johns Hopkins Medical School. She continues to conduct research and to publish her results.
Cohn and Primakoff have three children. Her extracurricular activities include theater, hiking, writing, and reading. Cohn considers the most important aspect of her career to be the overall sense of enjoyment she has experienced--the joy of predicted results developing, the even more rewarding experience of serendipitously discovering an entirely unexpected phenomenon, and the special gratification of having the results applied to medical problems. 19 She considers herself fortunate to have worked in stimulating milieux and to have interacted with first-class minds, from her mentors to her colleagues to her postdoctoral fellows and students. 20 She considers herself especially lucky to have married Primakoff, who treats her as an intellectual equal and who always assumed that she would pursue her scientific career. 21
American Men and Women of Science. New York: R.R. Bowker, 1995/ 1996.
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