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Medalha Lister

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Medalha Lister de 1930
Medalha Lister de 1930

A Medalha Lister (em inglês: Lister Medal) é uma premiação do Royal College of Surgeons of England por realizações em cirurgia. É denominada em memória de Joseph Lister.

É concedida a cirurgiões de todas as nacionalidades e foi inicialmente concedida a cada três anos e atualmente em tempos mais dilatados.

Foi concedida a primeira vez em 1924. Até 2015 foi concedida a 27 personalidades.

Recipientes

Graeme Clark (direita) recebe em 2010 a Medalha Lister do presidente do Royal College of Surgeons of England John Black (esquerda)
Graeme Clark (direita) recebe em 2010 a Medalha Lister do presidente do Royal College of Surgeons of England John Black (esquerda)
  • 1924 William Watson Cheyne, On Lister’s Great Achievement[1]
  • 1927 Anton Eiselsberg, Lister: A continental appreciation
  • 1930 Harvey Cushing, Neurohypophysial mechanisms from a clinical standpoint
  • 1933 Charles Alfred Ballance, On Nerve Surgery
  • 1936 Robert Muir, Malignancy with illustrations from the pathology of the mamma
  • 1939 René Leriche, The Listerian Idea in the Year 1939
  • 1942 Evarts Graham, Some Aspects of Bronchiogenic Carcinoma
  • 1945 Howard Florey, The Use of Micro-organisms for Therapeutic Purposes
  • 1948 Geoffrey Jefferson, The Mind of Mechanical Man
  • 1951 James Learmonth, After Fifty-Six Years
  • 1954 Victor Ewings Negus, The Comparative Anatomy and Physiology of the Respiratory Tract in Relation to Clinical Problems
  • 1957 Stewart Duke-Elder, The Emergence of Vision in the Animal World
  • 1960 Wilder Penfield, Activation of the Record of Human Experience
  • 1963 Charles Illingworth, On the Interdependence of Science and the Healing Art
  • 1966 Russell Brock, Surgery and Lister
  • 1969 Michael Woodruff, Biological aspects of individuality
  • 1972 John Webster Kirklin, An Academic Surgeon's Work
  • 1975 John Charnley, Aspects of total asepsis in the operating room with special reference to clean air systems
  • 1978 Francis Daniels Moore, Science and service
  • 1981 John Cedric Goligher, The Skeptical Chirurgeon
  • 1984 Roy Yorke Calne, Organ transplantation: from laboratory to clinic
  • 1987 Patrick Forrest, Breast cancer: 121 years on
  • 1990 Harold Hopkins, The development of the modern endoscope
  • 1994 Norman Shumway
  • 1997 Peter John Morris
  • 2010 Graeme Clark, What can electrical stimulation with a cochlear implant tell us about Brain Function and Human Consciousness?
  • 2015 Magdi Yacoub[2]

Referências

Bibliografia

  • Marguerite Wright Dupree: From mourning to scientific legacy: commemorating Lister in London and Scotland. In: Notes and Records of the Royal Society. 67, 2013, p. 261–280, doi:10.1098/rsnr.2013.0038. PMC 3744356
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