Shneour, Elie Alexis

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SHNEOUR, Elie Alexis

SHNEOUR, Elie Alexis. American (born France), b. 1925. Genres: Biology, Chemistry, History, Medicine/Health, Military/Defense/Arms control, Politics/Government. Career: Chairman, Science Advisors Program, American Society of Biological Chemists, 1973-. Member, Advisory Council, Cousteau Society, 1977-. Director of Research, Biosystems Research Institute, and President, Biosystems Assocs. Ltd., La Jolla, 1974- (Founder, 1964), renamed: Biosystems Institutes, Inc. with Biosystems Research Institute, 1991. Professor of Biology, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, 1965-69; Research Neurochemist, City of Hope Medical Center, Duarte, California, 1969-71; Director of Research, Calbiochem Inc., La Jolla, California, 1971- 74. Member, Executive Committee, National Academy of Science Study Group on Biology and the Exploration of Mars, 1964; Chairman, Western Regional Council Research on Basic Biosciences for Manned Orbiting Missions, American Institute of Biological Sciences, NASA, 1966-69; Council Member, American Society of Neurochemistry, 1971-73. Publications: (with S. Moffat) Life beyond the Earth, 1965; The Search for Extraterrestrial Life, 1966; The Malnourished Mind, 1974. Contributor to scientific and lay journals.