Dr. Arthur C. Guyton

Honors and Awards

Below is a list of selected awards, honors, appointed and elected positions for Dr. Arthur C. Guyton:

1996

  • Distinguished Service Award, Association of Chairs of Departments of Physiology
  • Abraham Flexner Award for Distinguished Service to Medical Education, Association of American Medical Colleges

1995

  • First Distinguished Investigator Award of the Consortium of Southeastern Hypertension Centers

1993

  • Keynote speaker, 21st annual John C. Forbes Honors Colloquium, Medical College of Virginia

1992

  • Foreign Member, Russian Academy of Natural Sciences
  • Honorary Foreign Member, Argentine College of Venous and Lymphatic Surgery
  • Mikamo Award, Makuhari, Japan
  • Elected to Russian Academy of Natural Sciences
  • The American College of Physicians Award for outstanding work in science related to medicine

1990

  • Special Scientific Achievement Award of the American Medical Association

1989

  • Member of the Harvard Medical School Alumni Council (three-year term)

1988

  • Member of the Harvard Medical School Alumni Council (three-year term)

1985

  • Advisory Committee to the Director of the National Institutes of Health (three-year term)

1984

  • Bi-annual Merck, Sharp and Dohme International Award for Research in Hypertension, Interlaken, Switzerland

1981

  • Mellon Award of the University of Pittsburgh
  • Daggs Award for Contributions to Physiology and the Society by the American Physiological Society

1980

  • CIBA Award for Research in Hypertension

1979

  • Einthoven Medal, Einthoven Foundation, Holland

1978

  • The Harvey Lecture, 400th Anniversary Symposium on the occasion of the birth of William Harvey, discoverer of the circulation, Royal College of Physicians, London

1975

  • The Physiology Teaching Award of the Association of Chairmen of Departments of Physiology
  • President, Federation of American Societies of Experimental Biology

1974

  • President, American Physiological Society
  • American Heart Association Research Achievement Award

1973

  • Editor-in-chief, International Review of Physiology (10 years)
  • Editor, Cardiovascular Volume of International Review of Physiology (10 years)

1972

  • Wiggers Award of the Circulation Group of the American Physiological Society for Cardiovascular Research

1959

  • Ida B. Gould Award for Cardiovascular Research by the American Association for the Advancement of Science

1956

  • U.S. Presidential Citation for the Development of Aids for the Handicapped