Thomas A. Waldmann Award

Thomas A. Waldmann Award for Excellence in Human Immunology

At the recommendation of the members of International scientific Advisory Board, the Board of Directors  established Thomas A. Waldmann Award for Excellence in Human Immunology as a tribute to Dr. Thomas A. Waldman for his many seminal contributions of to human immunology, especially his contributions to immunoglobulin catabolism, immunoglobulin gene rearrangement,  regulatory cells in common variable immunodeficiency, and discovery of IL-2 receptor alpha chain (CD25), and IL-15.

The Thomas A. Waldmann Award for Excellence in Human Immunology will be awarded to an immunologist/cell biologist who has made major contributions directly or indirectly to the understanding of primary immunodeficiency diseases.

Thomas A. Waldmann, M.D.

 


 

Recipients of the Thomas A. Waldmann Award for Excellence in Human Immunology

 

 

2016-Luigi Notarangelo

2015- Daniel Kastner

2014 - Rochelle Hirschhorn

2013 - Rebecca Buckley

2012 - Mary Ellen Conley

2011 - Max D. Cooper