JEWISH RECIPIENTS OF THE WOLF PRIZE IN MEDICINE
(41% of recipients)

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Listed below are recipients of the Wolf Prize in Medicine who were, or are, Jewish.  The Wolf Prize is one of the most prestigious awards in the medical and life sciences.  Approximately one-fifth of its recipients have subsequently been awarded the Nobel Prize.
  • César Milstein (1980)
  • Leo Sachs (1980)
  • Stanley N. Cohen (1981)
  • Solomon Snyder (1982)
  • Meir Wilchek (1987)
  • Elizabeth Neufeld (1988)
  • Seymour Benzer (1991)
  • M. Judah Folkman (1992)
  • Stanley Prusiner (1995/1996)
  • Michael Sela (1998)
  • Ruth Arnon (1998)
  • Eric Kandel (1999)
  • Avram Hershko (2001)
  • Alexander Varshavsky (2001)
  • Robert Weinberg (2004)
  • Alexander Levitzki (2005)
  • Howard Cedar (2008)
  • Aharon Razin (2008)
  • Ronald Evans (2012)
  • Gary Ruvkun (2014)
  • Nahum Sonenberg (2014)
  • C. Ronald Kahn (2016)


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