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Awards: The Medawar Prize


The Medawar Prize, named after Society co-founder Sir Peter Medawar, is recognized as the world's highest dedicated award for the most outstanding contributions in the field of transplantation. The Medawar Prize has been awarded at each of our Society's biennial Congresses since 1990.

The award is made possible by a continuing generous grant from Novartis Pharma AG who agreed with the recommendations of Society Presidents Tony Monaco and Pekka Hayry that a prestigious prize be established and maintained to recognize the outstanding investigators whose contributions have had such a profound influence on the field of organ transplantation. The Medawar Prize is universally considered to be commensurate with the most outstanding world prizes for scientific achievement.


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2012

sutherland david
David E.R. Sutherland

2010

Clyde F. Barker
Clyde F. Barker

Acceptance Video

2008

Dubernard
Jean Michel Dubernard

2006

CarlGroth
Carl G. Groth
PekkaHayry
Pekka Hayry
PeterMorris
Sir Peter Morris

2004

najerian
John S. Najarian
russell
Paul S. Russell
simmons
Richard L. Simmons

2002

kuss
René Küss, MD
Acceptance Video
mathe
Georges Mathé, MD
Acceptance Video
murray
Joseph E. Murray, MD
Acceptance Video

2000

owen
Ray Owen
schwartz
Robert Schwartz

1998

bach
Fritz Bach
monaco
Anthony Monaco
rapaport
Felix Rapaport

1996

dausset
Jean Dausset
terasaki
Paul Terasaki
vanrood
Jon van Rood

1994

brent
Leslie Brent
billingham
Rupert Billingham
simonsen
Morten Simonsen

1992

calne
Sir Roy Calne
starzl
Thomas Starzl
shumway
Norman Shumway

1990

gowans
James Gowans
miller
JFAP Miller