Dickson Prize

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The Dickson Prize in Medicine and the Dickson Prize in Science were both established in 1969 by Joseph Z. Dickson and Agnes Fischer Dickson. As of 2006, 11 of the recipients had gone on to win the Nobel Prize.[1] As of 2013, 13 have won the Nobel Prize.

Dickson Prize in Medicine[edit]

The Dickson Prize in Medicine is awarded annually by the University of Pittsburgh, and recognizes US citizens who have made "significant, progressive contributions" to medicine.[2] The award includes $50,000, a bronze medal, and the Dickson Prize Lecture.

Dickson Prize in Science[edit]

The Dickson Prize in Science is awarded annually by Carnegie Mellon University, and recognizes those who have "notably advanced the field of science".

Award recipients by year[edit]

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