Lister Medal

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The Lister Medal is an award presented by the Royal College of Surgeons of England in recognition of contributions to surgical science. It is named after the Joseph Lister (1827-1912), whose work on antiseptics established the basis of modern sterile surgery.

Awarded by Royal College of Surgeons of England


The following person is associated with this Honour:

Thomas Gibson
A pioneering surgeon who was first to understand the rejection grafts of tissue taken from a donor as an antigen-antibody reaction.