Dr. Albert B. Sabin was a pre-eminent Medical investigator dedicated to researching the causes and cures of viruses and disease and his research was augmented by his global perspective of collaboration.  He’s been described as relentless researcher and humanitarian. In addition to his research on the oral polio vaccine, Sabin conducted groundbreaking work on pneumococcal infections, encephalitis, ECHO viruses, sandfly fever, dengue, herpes, toxoplasmosis, and the relationships between viruses and cancer, arthritis, and measles.

Sabin Interviews

Please watch some of the Heritage Video interviews with Dr. Sabin from the Pratt Library: