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Going behind-the-scenes at Nobel Laureate Brian Kobilka's press conference

It's been a week since Brian Kobilka, MD, chair of molecular and cellular physiology at Stanford, was named a co-recipient of the 2012 Nobel Prize in Chemistry. But new details from the whirlwind day continue to surface.

This video, posted today on the School of Medicine's YouTube channel, offers a behind-the-scenes look at last Wednesday's press conference and includes Kobilka being congratulated by Philip Pizzo, MD, medical school dean, and Stanford University President John Hennessy, PhD.

Previously: Memorable moments from Brian Kobilka’s Nobel win captured on StorifyImage of the Week: Nobel Laureate Brian Kobilka celebrates with colleagues and friendsA busy morning for Nobel Laureate Brian Kobilka and Stanford’s Brian Kobilka wins 2012 Nobel Prize in Chemistry

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