Giovanni Di Sabato Biographical File

Identifier: EBL-0458

  • Staff Only


Biographical file includes news clippings and obituaries.


  • 1985 - 1987

Notes about Access to this Collection

All collections are subject to applicable VUMC privacy and confidentiality policies.

Reproduction Rights

Copyright is retained by the authors of items in these papers, or their descendants, as stipulated by United States copyright law.

Historical or Biographical Note

Giovanni Di Sabato, M.D, was a professor of molecular biology at Vanderbilt University School of Medicine. A native of Venice, Italy, Di Sabato received his medical degree from the University of Padua in Italy after serving in research positions at the University of Milan and Brandeis University in Massachusetts.

Di Sabato joined the Department of Molecular Biology in 1968 as Assistant Professor and became a full professor in 1982. Certified in clinical pathology, he taught courses in immunology and conducted research in that field while at Vanderbilt. A pioneer in molecular biology, Di Sabato was one of the discoverers of Interlukin 2, a biological regulator of white blood cells.


0.01 Cubic Feet

Language of Materials


Giovanni Di Sabato (1929-1987) biographical file
Processed by EBL Special Collections Staff
Language of description
Script of description
Language of description note
Description is inEnglish.

Repository Details

Part of the VUMC Historical Images and Biographies Repository

Eskind Biomedical Library
2209 Garland Ave.
Nashville TN 37232


About this Site

This site contains collection guides, or finding aids, to the archival collections held by Vanderbilt University Special Collections and University Archives, the History of Medicine Collection, and the Scarritt Bennett Center. Finding aids describe the context, arrangement, and structure of archival materials, allowing users to identify and request materials relevant to their research.

Requesting Materials

Each finding aid contains a link to request materials from the collections. Collections can also be requested by emailing the repository directly through the library website. Each repository has its own location, hours, and contact information. Please consult the repository with questions about using the materials. Collections are non-circulating and must be used in the repository’s reading room. In many cases, the collections are stored off-site and require advance notice for retrieval.