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Dorothea Bennett BiographyDorothea Bennett (December 27, 1929, Honolulu - August 16, 1990, Houston) was a geneticist, known for the genetics of early mammalian development and for research into mammalian sperm surface structures and their role in fertilization and spermatogenesis. She was "one of the major figures in mouse developmental genetics".Bennett was born on Oahu, Hawaii. She earned a Bachelor's degree from Barnard College in 1951 and a doctorate from Columbia University in 1956. She was in the Department of Zoology at Columbia from 1956 to 1962, where she worked with L. C. Dunn. Bennett left to join Cornell University Medical College in 1962, where she remained until 1976. From 1976 to 1986 she was at the Sloan-Kettering Institute for Cancer Research. Bennett moved to the University of Texas in Austin in 1986, where she was the Alfred W. Roark Centennial Professor and chair of the zoology department, and helped establish the graduate program in molecular biology.Dorothea Bennett died of lymphoma in Texas, August 16, 1990.
Known for movies
|Died||August 16, 1990|
|1||She once appeared in a cameo as a Woman on Bridge in Venice who films James Bond and Tatiana Romanova in From Russia with Love (1963) which was directed by her husband Terence Young.|
|The Jigsaw Man||1983||novel|
|From Russia with Love||1963||Woman on Bridge in Venice (uncredited)|
|Terence Young: Bond Vivant||2000||Video documentary short||Herself|