Awards & Recognition
2015: National Women’s Hall of Fame
2015: Wolf Prize in Medicine, Wolf Foundation
2004: National Jewish Health Abraham J. Kauvar Presidential Award
2004: University of Colorado Health Sciences Center, School of Medicine, Mentoring Award
2004: L’Oreal UNESCO for Women in Science Award
2003: Faculty Ambassador Award, National Jewish Health
2000: Lifetime Achievemant Award, American Association of Immunologists
2001: Irvington Institute Scientific Leadership Award in Immunology
1999: Interscience Conference on Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy Award
1999: University of Chicago, Howard Taylor Ricketts Prize
1998: The Rabbi Shai Schacknai Memorial Prize
1996: Honorary Doctorate of Sciences, Macalester College
1995: Dickson Prize in Medicine, University of Pittsburgh
1995: Behring-Heidelberger Lecture Award
1995: FASEB Excellence in Science Award
1995: The Louisa Gross Horwitz Prize-Columbia University
1993: The Paul Ehrlich and Ludwig Darmstädter Prize, Germany
1993: Cancer Research Institute's 1993 William B. Coley Award for Distinguished Research in Fundamental Immunology
1992: The Ernst W. Bertner Memorial Award, MD Anderson Cancer Center 1991: Honorary Doctorate of Sciences, University of Rochester
Scott-Browne, J.P., White, J., Kappler, J.W., Gapin, L. and Marrack, P. Germline-encoded amino acids in the alpha beta T cell receptor control thymic selection. Nature in press, 2009.
Desbien, A., Kappler, J. and Marrack, P. The Epstein Barr virus Bcl-2 homolog, BHRF1, blocks apoptosis by binding to a limited amount of Bim. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA, in press, 2009. PMC 2657086.
Marrack, P., McKee, A.S. and Munks, M.W. Towards an understanding of the adjuvant action of aluminium. Nature Reviews Immunology 9;287-293, 2009.
McKee, A.S., MacLeod, M., White, J., Crawford, F., Kappler, J.W. and Marrack, P. Gr1/IL-4 producing innate cells are induced in response to TH2 stimuli and suppress TH1-dependent antibody responses. Int. Immunol. 20:659-669, 2008. 367.
MacLeod, M., McKee, A., Crawford, F., White, J., Kappler, J. and Marrack, P. CD4 memory T cells divide poorly in response to antigen because of their cytokine profile. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 105:14521-6. 2008. PMCID: PMC2533680