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

Year Nominator Nominee(s) Motivation  
1934 Turner Abel Work on the isolation of hormones (insulin, epinephrin), and the active unitary principle from the posterior lobe of the pituitary body. Show »
1947 Ghormley Blalock
Taussig
The surgical treatment of malformations of the heart. Show »
1948 Chakar Blalock
Crafoord
Waksman
Blalock, Crafoord: Surgical treatment of congenital cardio-vascular abnormalities. Waksman: Discovery of streptomycin, the first antibiotic effective against tuberculosis. Show »
1949 Heymans Blalock
Taussig
Woolley
A. Blalock & H. Taussig: Experimental studies, and surgical treatment of malformations of the heart. D. Woolley: Study of the biological antagonism between metabolically important compounds and their structural analogs; isolation and identification of the vitamins: nicotinic acid, pantothenic acid, inositol and strepogonin; studies of the nutritional requirements of microorganisms and animals. Show »
1949 Meigs Blalock Surgical treatment of malformations of the heart. Show »
1949 Whipple Blalock
Taussig
Beck
Experimental studies, and surgical treatment of malformations of the heart. Show »
1950 Denk Blalock
Taussig
Surgical treatment of malformations and functional defects of the heart. Show »
1950 Illingworth Blalock
Taussig
Work on the congenital abnormalities of the heart . Show »
1950 Kleinschmidt Waksman
Taussig
Blalock
Waksman:Work concerning streptomycin and neomycin Blalock + Taussig: Surgical treatment of malformations and functional defects of the heart. Show »
1950 Plum Taussig Work on the congenital abnormalities of the heart (together with Blalock). Show »
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