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Lists of Nobel Prizes and Laureates

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

Year Nominator Nominee(s) Motivation  
1901 Coler Finsen
Koch
N. Finsen: Therapeutic use of concentrated light (phototherapy). R. Koch: Work on malaria. Koch´s work will allow for the development of tropical regions. Show »
1901 Kraepelin Koch Work on malaria, and the practical impact of this work on medicine. Show »
1901 Langhans Koch
von Behring
Ehrlich
R. Koch: His entire career in bacteriology. P. Ehrlich: Work on immunity, especially his work on the toxins ricin and abrin; work on diphtheria; studies of blood cells. E. von Behring: Discovery of serum therapy against diphtheria. Show »
1901 Mechnikov Koch Work on malaria, and older work on anthrax, cholera and tuberculosis. Show »
1902 de Giaxa Koch Discoveries of great importance to medicine and to mankind. Show »
1902 Haab Koch Koch´s discoveries have had an enormous impact on medicine and biology, especially in the areas of hygiene and infectious disease. Without this work, Behring´s discoveries would not have been possible. Show »
1902 Krönlein Koch Koch´s discoveries have had an enormous impact on medicine and biology, especially in the areas of hygiene and infectious disease. Without this work, Behring´s discoveries would not have been possible. Show »
1902 von Behring Koch
Löffler
Lister
First choice Koch, second choice Lister and Löffler. F. Löffler: Work on the etiology of diphtheria, streptococcus infections, hog cholera, red typhus and hoof and mouth disease. J. Lister: Antiseptic and aseptic wound treatment. R. Koch: Discovery of the tubercle bacillus and of the spirillum of cholera. Show »
1902 von Jaksch Koch
Virchow
Lister
R. Virchow: His importance to modern medicine. Work on leukemia, and in pathology. J. Lister: Antiseptic and aseptic wound treatment. R. Koch: Discovery of the tubercle bacillus and of the spirillum of cholera. Show »
1903 Ebstein Koch Older work in bacteriology, and his later and current work in combatting tuberculosis, cholera, and malaria. Show »
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