Albert B. Sabin Gold Medal

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Albert B. Sabin Gold Medal
CountryUnited States
Presented bySabin Vaccine Institute
Reward(s)medal
First awarded1994
Last awarded2018
Currently held byPaul Offit
Websitewww.sabin.org/sabin-gold-medal-award

Since 1994, the Albert B. Sabin Gold Medal has been awarded annually by the Sabin Vaccine Institute in recognition of work in the field of vaccinology or a complementary field. It is in commemoration of the pioneering work of Albert B. Sabin.[1]

Recipients[edit]

List of recipients
Year Recipient Related work
2018 Paul Offit oral rotavirus vaccine work, leadership in promoting immunization[1][2]
2017 Jan Holmgren [de] oral vaccine research, mucosal immunology, first effective oral vaccine for cholera[1][3][4]
2016 George R. Siber pneumococcus vaccine, H. influenzae type b vaccine, meningococcus vaccine[1][5][6]
2015 Roger I. Glass work on preventing gastroenteritis caused by rotaviruses and noroviruses[1][7][8]
2014 Mathuram Santosham [Wikidata] work on preventing H. influenzae type b[1][9][10]
2013 Anne A. Gershon [Wikidata] work on preventing childhood disease[1][11]
2012 F. Marc LaForce [Wikidata] work on eliminating meningitis in Africa[1][12][13]
2011 Douglas R. Lowy and John T. Schiller [de] work on cancer prevention vaccines[1][14][15]
2010 John D. Clemens [Wikidata] work on using vaccines to reduce suffering and promote peace[1][16][17]
2009 Rino Rappuoli discovery of reverse vaccinology[1][18][19]
2008 Ruth S. Nussenzweig work on researching malaria[1][20][21]
2007 Hilary Koprowski work in biomedical research in the 20th century[1][22][23]
2006 William H. Foege work on improving childhood survival rates[1][24][25]
2005 Albert Z. Kapikian research on human gastroenteritis virus[1][26][27]
2004 William S. Jordan, Jr. [Wikidata] work on vaccine research[1][28][29]
2003 Samuel L. Katz work on vaccines for pediatric infectious diseases[1][30][31]
2002 Stanley A. Plotkin work on wiping out rubella[1][32][33]
2001 John B. Robbins reducing childhood mortality from multiple diseases[1][34][35]
2000 Ciro A. de Quadros work on worldwide eradication of smallpox and polio in the Western Hemisphere[1][36][37]
1999 Philip K. Russell [Wikidata] work on infectious disease[1][38]
1998 Allen C. Steere discovery of Lyme disease and further research on Lyme disease[1]
1998 Myron M. Levine [de] education and mentorship[1][39]
1997 Maurice R. Hilleman worked on development of "more vaccines than any other person in history"[1][40][41]
1996 Joseph L. Melnick education and vaccine research[1][29]
1995 Robert M. Chanock identification of respiratory syncytial virus[1][42][43]
1994 Donald A. Henderson direction of WHO campaign to eradicate smallpox[1][44]

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References[edit]

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