28 Oct '14, 12pm

Jonas Salk Google Logo Marks 100th Birthday Of The Virologist Who Discovered The Polio Vaccine

Today’s Google logo pays tribute to Jonas Salk. Best known as the man who discovered the vaccine for polio, Salk was born and grew up in New York City. After studying chemistry during his under-grad years, Salk took on virology research while a graduate student at NYU, and later, University of Michigan. In 1948, he began studying the polio virus as part of a project funded by the National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine. Seven years into his research, Salk and his elaborate team of medical researchers introduced the polio vaccine to the public on April 12, 1955. I already see enough evidence for this optimism … in recent years I find that perhaps what I’m seeking is a scientific basis for hope, and I think I’ve found it. At the height of the polio epidemic during the early part of the twentieth century, nearly 58,000 ca...

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