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

Year Nominator Nominee(s) Motivation  
1901 Mall Loeb For his work in general on physiological morphology, and in particular his work on artificial parthenogenesis. Show »
1901 Münsterberg Loeb Work on the effects of electric stimulation, and the importance of ions for nerve and muscle function and parthenogenesis; importance of the nucleus for oxidation in the cell; developmental physiology; work on the nervous system. Show »
1902 Gaule Loeb
Overton
Loeb: Work on artificial parthenogenesis. Overton: Work on osmosis in plant and animal cells, and on anesthesia. Show »
1903 Adami Carrol
Reed
Agramonte
As first choice to the late W. Reed, Head of the American Yellow Fever Commission, for its work on yellow fever in Cuba. Otherwise, to J. Carrol and A. Agramonte of the same Commission. Show »
1903 Herrick Reed Work on yellow fever in Cuba, leading to proof of the role played by mosquitos in transmission of the disease. Show »
1904 Davis Keen Author of many scientific books and papers on surgery; a distinguished anatomist and eminent scientist. Show »
1904 Solis-Cohen Koller "his discovery of the local anesthetic power of cocaine, and his generous presentation of it to the profession without pecuniary return". Show »
1905 Mall Koch
Ramon y Cajàl
Loeb
Koch: For his well-known work in bacteriology. Ramon y Cajàl: For his work on the histology of the nervous system. Loeb: For his work upon experimental morphology and comparative physiology. Show »
1906 Gaule Loeb
Overton
Loeb: Work on artificial parthenogenesis. Overton: Work on the osmosis in muscles and nerves. Show »
1906 Nichols Atwater Investigations on dietics and metabolism. Show »
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