Del Mar mayor/professor recognizes new Nobel Laureate

Don Mosier and Bruce Beutler

A reception at The Scripps Research Institute Oct. 10 feted new Nobel Laureate Bruce Beutler, chair of the Department of Genetics at Scripps Research and director of the Center for the Genetics of Host Defense at UT Southwestern Medical Center. Beutler received many well wishes from his Scripps Research colleagues. Among them, Professor Don Mosier, who is also mayor of the City of Del Mar, presented Beutler with an official city proclamation acknowledging his many accomplishments.

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