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The Nomination Database for the
Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine, 1901-1953

Year Nominator Nominee(s) Motivation  
1931 Hirschfelder Abel
Collip
Folin
Abel: Work on epinephrine and insulin. Collip: The preparation of the active hormone of the parathyroid gland and demonstration of its mode of action and uses. Folin: Work on the quantitative determination of substances in the blood and urine. Show »
1934 Landau Masson Work on histological dyeing methods, on naevi pigmentosi and carcinogens. Show »
1935 Cameron Collip
Cushing
Houssay
Collip: Work on insulin, the parathyroid gland and hormones of the placenta and hypophysis. Cushing: Work on the pituitary gland, especially Cushing´s disease. Houssay:Work on endocrinology, the antagonism between the pituitary gland and the Islet of Langerhans. Show »
1936 Macklin Collip The discovery of anti-hormones, work on hormones from the anterior pituitary, placenta, parathyroid glands and panchreas. Show »
1944 Cameron Collip Work on insulin and pituitary hormones; work on anti-hormones. Preparation of hormone concentrates from the parathyroid glands and human placenta. Show »
1949 Dubé Selye Work on endocrinology, and especially the adaptation syndrome. Show »
1949 Holmer Selye Work on endocrinology, and especially the adaptation syndrome. Show »
1950 Kaulbersz Ivy
Bablom
A C Ivy: Work leading to the discovery of entero-gastrone and its application in peptic ulcer cases; purification of secretin and the discovery of cholecystokinin. B P Babkin: Physiology of the digestive glands; his work, "Secretory mechanism of Digestive Glands". Show »
1951 Bouckaert Selye The adaptation syndrome and stress reactions Show »
1951 Plate Selye The adaptation syndrome and stress reactions Show »
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