The Carrington Award is an annual Federation lifetime achievement award in the medical field.

Each year, the Federation Medical Council select five nominees, one of who goes on to win the award.

Sometime in his life, Dr. Leonard McCoy won the Carrington Award. (TOS novel: Provenance of Shadows)

Dr. Jefferson Caldwell, one of the Federation's leading xenoendocrinologists, was nominated for the Carrington three times prior to 2362. After his third nomination, he was awarded the Carrington Award posthumously in 2362, months after his death in 2361. (Star Trek: The Cantabrian Expeditions: "Breaking Benjamin")

One of 2368's nominees was University of Nairobi Dr. April Wade; however, she did not win, but would go on to be nominated again in 2371. (DS9: "Prophet Motive")

Dr. Marie Bourget was nominated twice for the Carrington award prior to 2372, but did not win either time. (Star Trek: The Cantabrian Expeditions: "Catalyst, Part One", "Breaking Benjamin")

It is not certain during which years or for what medical research or practices Marie Bourget was nominated for the award.

In 2371, in addition to Wade's nomination, the Federation Medical Council also nominated Healer Senva, Dr. Henri Roget, Chirurgeon Ghee P'Trell and Deep Space 9 chief medical officer Julian Bashir. While Bashir was the youngest nominee in history, Roget won. (DS9: "Prophet Motive")

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