Portrait of Alan MacLeod Cormack

(Original Caption) Alan MacLeod Cormack, professor of physics at Tufts University, gestures while answering a question during a press conference held 10/11 at Tufts after it was announced that Cormack was named co-recipient of the 1979 Nobel Prize for Medicine. Cormack, 55, was co-honored with Godfrey Newbold Hounsfield of Great Britain. Both were cited for their work in the development of computer-assisted X-ray techniques.
(Original Caption) Alan MacLeod Cormack, professor of physics at Tufts University, gestures while answering a question during a press conference held 10/11 at Tufts after it was announced that Cormack was named co-recipient of the 1979 Nobel Prize for Medicine. Cormack, 55, was co-honored with Godfrey Newbold Hounsfield of Great Britain. Both were cited for their work in the development of computer-assisted X-ray techniques.
Portrait of Alan MacLeod Cormack
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October 11, 1979
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