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1. 1963 – Frederick Seitz – The Effects of Irradiation on Metals

2. 1964 – R. Zirkle – Evolution of Concepts of Mechanism in Radiobiology of Cells

3. 1965 – L.F. Lamerton – Studies of Cell Proliferation Under Continuous Irradiation

4. 1966 – K.G. Zimmer – Some Unusual Topics in Radiation Biology

5. 1967 – Alvin Weinberg – Technological Fixes and Coherent Doctrines

6. 1968 – C.L. Dunham – Radiobiology and the Thinking Reeds

7. 1969 – Philip Morrison – The Cosmic Photon Sea

8. 1970 – Henry S. Kaplan – Radiobiology’s Contributions to Radiotherapy: Promise of Mirage?

9. 1971 – Melvin Calvin – Carcinogenesis: Chemical and Otherwise

10. 1972 – James F. Crow – Some Dilemmas in the Assessment of Radiation Genetic Risks

11. 1973 – Richard B. Setlow – The Repair of DNA: Its Past and Its Future

12. 1974 – J.W. Boag – The Time Scale in Radiobiology

13. 1975 – E.J. Hart – Radiation Chemistry: A Glance Backward and Forward

14. 1976 – Chester R. Richmond – Energy, Environment and Health: What can we Learn from the Nuclear Experience?

15. 1977 – Arthur C. Upton – Risks, Reasons, and Responsibility: Problems and Perspectives in Radiation Research

16. 1978 – Gordon F. Whitmore – Radiation Sensitizers, Today and Tomorrow

17. 1980 – Augustine O. Allen – Radiation Research and Nuclear Safety

18. 1981 - Henry I. Kohn – Radiation Genetics: The Mouse’s View

19. 1982 – Herman D. Suit – Impact of Radiation Biology on Radiation Therapy: Conceptual and Practical

20. 1983 – Cornelius A. Tobias – The Future of Heavy Ion Science in Biology and Medicine

21. 1984 – Mortimer M. Elkind – Repair Processes in Radiobiology

22. 1985 – Robert B. Painter – Unsolved Mysteries in Eukaryotic DNA Repair

23. 1986 – L.J. Tolmach – Time, Cells, and X-Rays

24. 1987 – Warren K. Sinclair – Risk, Research, and Radiation Protection

25. 1988 – H. Rodney Withers – Contrarian Radiobiology’s Contribution to Radiotherapy

26. 1989 – William C. Dewey – Search for Critical Cellular Targets Damaged by Heat

27. 1990 - Gerald E. Adams – Redox in Radiobiology

28. 1991 – Eric J. Hall – From Beans to Genes; Back to the Future

29. 1992 – Sheldon Wolff – Is Radiation All Bad? The Search for Adaptation

30. 1993 – Helen H. Evans – Prevalence of Large Deletions in Radiation Induced Mutants

31. 1994 – John B. Little – Changing Views of Cellular Radiosensitivity

32. 1995 – R.J.M. Fry – Skin Deep

33. 1996 – Susan S. Wallace – Who’s on First? The Innings and Outs of Base Excision Repair and the Radiation Lesions it Processes

34. 1997 – John F. Ward – MDS: Multiply Damaged Sites; Mechanisms of DNA Scission

35. 1998 – Dudley T. Goodhead – On the Track to Biological Effects

36. 1999 – Joel S. Bedford – A Chromosome Runs Through It

37. 2000 – J. Martin Brown – Tumor Hypoxia: From Bugs to Drugs

38. 2001 – Howard Thames – (L06) Questions Related to Cells, Molecules, and Radiotherapy

39. 2002 – John Fowler – Research in Radiation Biology and Physics

40. 2003 – William H. McBride – A Sense of Danger from Radiation

41. 2004 – Barry D. Michael – New Paradigms, New Tools

42. 2005 – Charles A. Waldren – Radiation Mutagenesis: Size Matters

43. 2006 – Aloke Chatterjee – Importance of Collaborative Research Between Theoretical Modelers and Experimentalists

44. 2007 – Herwig Paretzke - A Non-Homogeneous Tour of Radiation Research: On the Tracks to Complex Systems Dynamics

45. 2008 – Mark W. Dewhirst – Exploring Oxidative Stress and HIF-1 in Early Angiogenesis and Response to Radiotherapy and Chemotherapy

46. 2009 – Richard P. Hill – Evolving Understanding of Tumour and Normal Tissue Radiation Response

47. 2010 – James B. Mitchell – Chasing Free Radicals in Cells and Tissues

48. 2011 – David Brenner – Exploring the Two Two-edged Swords

49. 2012 – Robert Ullrich – Of Mice and Men: Toward Understanding Radiation-Induced Cancer

50. 2013 - Marilyn Stovall - Late Effects of Childhood Cancer

51. 2014 - Peter O'Neill - DNA Damage/Repair - Like Love, Depends on the Right Chemistry

52. 2015 - Albert Fornace, Jr - The Expanding Scope of Radiation Stress Signaling

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