Maxwell Finland Award

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The Maxwell Finland Award for Scientific Achievement is an award given annually by the National Foundation for Infectious Diseases to a scientist who has made "outstanding contributions to the understanding of infectious diseases or public health," based on criteria that include "excellence in clinical and/or research activities; participation in the training of future leaders in the field; and positive impact on the health of humankind." The award is named after epidemiologist Maxwell Finland, who investigated antimicrobial resistance. The first award was given in 1988.

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Source: National Foundation for Infectious Diseases-Samuel Finland Award

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