William Allan Award

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The William Allan Award, given by the American Society of Human Genetics, was established in 1961 in memory of William Allan (1881-1943), one of the first American physicians to conduct extensive research in human genetics.[1]

The William Allan Award is presented annually to recognize substantial and far-reaching scientific contributions to human genetics carried out over a sustained period of scientific inquiry and productivity. An award of $25,000 and an engraved medal are presented at the Annual Meeting.

Award recipients[edit]

Source: ASHG

William Allan Medal Winners
Year Name
1962 Newton Morton
1965 James Neel
1967 Vernon Ingram
1968 Harry Harris
1969 Jerome Lejeune
1970 Arno Motulsky
1973 Barton Childs
1974 Curt Stern
1975 Philip Levine and Alexander S. Wiener
1977 Victor McKusick
1978 Charles Scriver
1979 F. Clarke Fraser
1980 Walter Bodmer
1981 Patricia Jacobs
1982 Elizabeth Neufeld
1983 Frank Ruddle
1984 Y. W. Kwan
1985 Joseph L. Goldstein and Michael S. Brown
1986 Mary F. Lyon
1987 Luigi Luca Cavalli-Sforza
1988 Torbjörn Caspersson
1989 David Botstein and Ray White
1990 Kary Mullis
1991 Janet D. Rowley and Alfred Knudson Jr.
1992 Alec Jeffreys
1993 Antonio Cao and Michael Kaback
1994 Doug Wallace
1995 Kurt Hirschhorn
1996 Robert Elston
1997 Philip Leder
1998 Bert Vogelstein
1999 Stephen Warren
2001 Charles J. Epstein
2002 Albert de la Chapelle
2003 David Weatherall
2004 Louis M. Kunkel
2005 Francis Collins
2006 Dorothy Warburton
2007 Arthur Beaudet
2008 Haig H. Kazazian, Jr.
2009 Huntington F. Willard
2010 Jurg Ott
2011 John M. Opitz
2012 Uta Francke
2013 Aravinda Chakravarti
2014 Stuart H. Orkin
2015 Kay E. Davies

References[edit]

  1. ^ "ASHG Awards". ASHG. Retrieved 25 June 2015.