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Allan M. Cormack - Biographical
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Allan MacLeod Cormack
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in South Africa
Deceased 07-05-1998 (74 years old)
Allan Cormack was a scientist and physicist involved in designing the first CAT-Scan machine. He served as Chairperson of Tufts University. In 1979 he won the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for his work on X-ray computed tomography (CAT) scan technology.
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Academia, Education and Training
Batchelor of Science
Awarded in 1980
Masters of Science
For his work on X-ray computed tomography
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