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Jonas Edward 1914–1995
American microbiologist who in 1954 developed the first effective vaccine against polio, using an inactivated form of the virus. Salk's vaccine, which was administered by injection, was widely used until 1959 when Albert Sabin introduced an orally administered vaccine derived from a live form of the virus.
Francis Crick and Graeme Mitchison, two former researchers at the Salk Institute in California proposed that the purpose of dreaming is to remove undesirable interactions in the networks in the brain cells.
According to current research from the Salk Institute highlighted on Autism Speaks, adult stem cells in the brain can have the ability to morph into functioning cells, but they need some guidance.
In 1954, Jonas Salk changed the face of the NFIP forever when large field trials of his polio vaccine proved successful.
Metro Medical Online has two versions of their waterproof Salk Sani-pants: snap-on and pull-on.
Grants were awarded to numerous physicians including Albert Sabin and Jonas Salk.