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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  
1950 Anderson Kendall For his notable contributions to biochemistry, culminating in the joint discovery (with PS Hench)of the value of cortisone in the treatment of rheumatism Show »
1950 Andrieu Kendall
Hench
E Kendall: For his notable contributions to biochemistry, culminating in the joint discovery (with PS Hench)of the value of Cortisone in the treatment of rheumatism. P Hench: For is long studies of the rheumatic disorders. Show »
1950 Dogliotti Hench
Kendall
E Kendall: For his notable contributions to biochemistry, culminating in the joint discovery (with PS Hench)of the value of cortisone in the treatment of rheumatism. P Hench: For is studies of the rheumatic disorders. Show »
1950 Doisy Kendall For his notable contributions to biochemistry, culminating in the joint discovery (with PS Hench)of the value of cortisone in the treatment of rheumatism Show »
1950 Haldeman Kendall
Hench
E Kendall: For his notable contributions to biochemistry, culminating in the joint discovery (with PS Hench) of the value of cortisone in the treatment of rheumatism. P Hench: For his studies of the rheumatic disorders. Show »
1950 Illingworth Kendall
Hench
E Kendall: For his notable contributions to biochemistry, culminating in the joint discovery (with PS Hench)of the value of cortisone in the treatment of rheumatism. P Hench: For is studies of the rheumatic disorders. Show »
1950 Jorpes Reichstein
Kendall
Wintersteiner
E Kendall: For his notable contributions to biochemistry, culminating in the joint discovery (with PS Hench)of the value of cortisone in the treatment of rheumatism. T Reichstein: Work on sterins. O Wintersteiner: Work on the nature of adrenocortical hormones. Show »
1950 Lisser Hench
Kendall
P Hench: For his studies of the rheumatic disorders. E Kendall: For his notable contributions to biochemistry, culminating in the joint discovery (with PS Hench) of the value of cortisone in the treatment of rheumatism. Show »
1950 Lockie Hench
Kendall
E Kendall: For his notable contributions to biochemistry, culminating in the joint discovery (with PS Hench)of the value of cortisone in the treatment of rheumatism. P Hench: For is studies of the rheumatic disorders. Show »
1950 McIntyre Hench For his studies of the rheumatic disorders Show »
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