Ruth Arnon

1933 - Today

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Ruth Arnon (Hebrew: רות ארנון [ʁut aʁ'non], born in Tel Aviv on June 1, 1933) is an Israeli biochemist and codeveloper of the multiple sclerosis drug Copaxone. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Ruth Arnon has received more than 36,895 page views. Her biography is available in 15 different languages on Wikipedia. Ruth Arnon is the 576th most popular biologist, the 224th most popular biography from Israel and the 4th most popular Israeli Biologist.

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Among biologists, Ruth Arnon ranks 576 out of 844Before her are Wilhelm Hofmeister, Johannes Müller Argoviensis, Alfred Grandidier, Robert May, Baron May of Oxford, Everard Home, and Amotz Zahavi. After her are Francisco Manuel Blanco, Heinrich Boie, Gaetano Savi, William Withering, Karl Theodor Ernst von Siebold, and Johann Friedrich Naumann.

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Among people born in 1933, Ruth Arnon ranks 256Before her are Carol Burnett, Mary Ure, Petra Schürmann, Suchinda Kraprayoon, Siân Phillips, and Wayne Rogers. After her are Helmut Senekowitsch, Ercole Baldini, Carlos Correia, Mark Zakharov, Geraldo Majella Agnelo, and Imants Ziedonis.

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In Israel

Among people born in Israel, Ruth Arnon ranks 224 out of 389Before her are Ayelet Zurer (1969), Yakir Aharonov (1932), Oded Fehr (1970), Judea Pearl (1936), Meir Shalev (1948), and Amotz Zahavi (1928). After her are Elia Suleiman (1960), Israel Finkelstein (1949), Nehemiah Persoff (1919), Azmi Bishara (1956), Yair Lapid (1963), and Suha Arafat (1963).

Among BIOLOGISTS In Israel

Among biologists born in Israel, Ruth Arnon ranks 4Before her are Ada Yonath (1939), Aaron Ciechanover (1947), and Amotz Zahavi (1928).