Alan John Beale
|Alan John Beale|
|Born||Alan John Beale
July 23, 1923
|Died||December 9, 2005
|Known for||Virologist Pioneering vaccine development|
Alan John Beale (23 July 1923 - 9 December 2005), more commonly known as John Beale, was a leading expert on vaccines and viruses. While working for Glaxo, he was responsible for starting the industrial scale production of Jonas Salk's vaccine against polio.
- "Obituaries: John Beale", The Telegraph, 20 January 2006.
- "Isolation of Cytopathogenic Agents from the Respiratory Tract in Acute Laryngotracheobronchitis", BMJ, 8 February 1958.
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