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1942 - Jacobæus Prize awarded for the first time

The Nordisk Insulin Foundation awards the Jacobæus Prize for the first time (then called the H.C. Jacobæus Lecture). The Prize is established to commemorate Swedish professor H.C. Jacobæus and is awarded to Einar Key, who gives a lecture in Västeräs, Sweden on Jacobæus’ influence on medical research. The Prize promotes medical research and is awarded annually to a distinguished international researcher, who is invited to give a lecture on his or her research.