Albert B. Sabin is best known for the development of the oral poliovirus vaccine. From 1939 to 1969, he was affiliated with the University of Cincinnati and the Children's Hospital Research Foundation.
Established in 1995, the Hauck Center for the Albert B. Sabin Archives is the home of over 400 linear feet of material collected by Dr. Sabin during his long career as a scientist, medical statesman, consultant and lecturer. To learn more about what can be found in the collection, please visit the Albert B. Sabin Papers finding aid.
Albert Sabin was not alone in the fight against polio. To locate more primary sources about polio, please visit the websites listed below: