Elizabeth Roboz-Einstein (April 11, 1904 – January 9, 1995) was a biochemist and neuroscientist known for purifying and characterizing myelin basic protein (MBP), investigating its potential role in the neurodegenerative disease multiple sclerosis (MS), and helping pioneer the field of neurochemistry.
Oct 24, 2018 · Elizabeth Roboz-Einstein (1904-1995) was a pioneer in the field of neurochemistry who identified a key component of the coating called myelin that insulates nerves. Yes, she was also the wife of Albert Einstein’s first son, Hans, but she didn’t escape World War II and dedicate her life to research in order to be known as a wife.
Elizabeth Einstein (born Roboz) was born on month day 1902, at birth place. Elizabeth married Hans Albert Einstein. Hans was born on May 14 1904, in Bern, Switzerland. His occupation was Professor of Hydraulic Engineering, Emeritus. They had 5 children: Bernhard Caesar Einstein, Klaus Martin Einstein and 3 other children.
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Elizabeth Einstein (born Roboz) was born on month day 1902, at birth place. Elizabeth married Hans Albert Einstein . Hans was born on May 14 1904, in Bern, Switzerland.
Nov 09, 2018 · He spent a month in Falmouth Hospital’s intensive care unit, and his second wife—the biochemist and neuroscientist Elizabeth Roboz Einstein (1904-1995)—was by his side at his death.
He died one month later in November 1939. The fourth child was Evelyn, an adopted child born in 1941. Frieda died surprisingly in 1958 and one year later Hans Albert married the doctor Elizabeth Roboz. This marriage produced no children. Albert Einstein and his second wife Elsa emigrated to the United States in the autumn of 1933.