Through advocacy, biomedical research, education, and training, Sabin seeks to find preventative measures for diseases that place an economic burden on people in the world's poorest nations.
The Institute was founded in 1993 by Dr. H.R. Shepherd, Mrs. Heloisa Sabin, Dr. Robert M. Chanock, and Dr. Philip K. Russell and named in honor of Albert Sabin, best known for having developed the oral polio vaccine. It is currently located in Washington, DC, where it has formed an academic partnership with the George Washington University.
USPTO Issues Trademark S SABIN VACCINE INSTITUTE to Albert B. Sabin Vaccine Institute for Public Advocacy to Promote Awareness of Vaccines, Essential Medicines
Sep 15, 2009; ALEXANDRIA, Va., Sept. 15 -- Albert B. Sabin Vaccine Institute, Inc., Pennsylvania Avenue, Wash., has been issued the trademark S...