American Society of Hematology

Henry M. Stratton Medal Recipients (Formerly Lecture)

Named after the late Henry Maurice Stratton, who made significant contributions to the Society and founded the medical publishing house of Grune and Stratton with Mr. L.H. Grunebaum, the Henry M. Stratton Medal is intended to honor an individual, age 51 or above (at time of nomination), who has made outstanding contributions to hematology.

ASH presents this award to two individuals annually: one who has made outstanding contributions in basic science and one for achievements in clinical research or translational research.

The following individuals received the Henry M. Stratton Medal.

Recipients

Lecture

  • 1991: Ralph L. Nachman
  • 1990: Malcolm Moore
  • 1989: Aaron J. Marcus
  • 1988: Robert S. Schwartz
  • 1987: Robert C. Gallo
  • 1986: Bernard Babior
  • 1985: Vincent DeVita
  • 1984: Samuel Rapaport
  • 1983: Eugene P. Cronkite
  • 1982: Ernest A. McCulloch
  • 1981: Clement A. Finch
  • 1980: Yuet W. Kan
  • 1979: Henry S. Kaplan
  • 1978: William N. Valentine
  • 1977: Thomas A. Waldmann
  • 1976: Wendell F. Rosse
  • 1975: E. Donnall Thomas
  • 1974: Ernest Beutler
  • 1973: Albert S. Gordon
  • 1972: Oscar D. Ratnoff
  • 1971: H.G. Kunkel
  • 1970: W.R. Bruce
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