Francis Peyton Rous

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Award Winner

Awards Won
"for his discovery of tumour-inducing viruses" (1966, Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine, tumor-inducing virus)
For invaluable contributions of new knowledge about the causes of cancers, the source of antibodies and the mechanism of blood cell generation and destruction in human beings. (1958, Albert Lasker Award for Basic Medical Research)
For the original discovery and continued elaboration of the relationship between viruses and tumors, which has come to form the biologic base for so much of our present research effort on cancer. (1965, National Medal of Science for Biological Sciences)
 

Deceased Person

Date of death
1970-02-16
Place of death
 

Nobel Prize Winner

Nobel Honor
"for his discovery of tumour-inducing viruses" (1966, Cancer, Virus)
 

Person

Children
Ellen Rous
Marion Rous
Phoebe Rous
Education
Profession
Date of birth
1879-10-05
Place of birth
Country of nationality
Gender
Spouse (or domestic partner)
Marion de Kay
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