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

Year Nominator Nominee(s) Motivation  
1902 Bach Hess Work on accommodation (of the eye). Show »
1902 Küster Kossel
Marchand
Work on physiological chemistry. Show »
1902 Meyer Rubner
Pflüger
M. Rubner: Work on metabolism, especially recent work on metabolism in children. E. Pflüger: His importance to physiology and in particular, his recent work on fat resorption. Show »
1902 Schenk Pflüger Work in the field of physiology (electrotonus, reflexes, respiration), and especially his work on metabolism. 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 »
1907 Ahlfeld Ehrlich Work in practical medicine, infection and immunity; methods for staining blood cells and components; work on cancer; oxygen requirement of organisms. Show »
1907 Schenck Ehrlich Established the theoretical basis for the study of immunity. Show »
1925 Freudenberg Warburg Work on green plants´ photochemical assimilation of carbon dioxide and nitrogen, and the roll of iron in the oxidation mechanism of cells. Show »
1928 Freudenberg Windaus
Warburg
Hess
A. Windaus and A. Hess: Work on the chemical nature of the antirachitic vitamin. O. Warburg: Studies of the metabolism of cancer cells. Show »
1935 Freudenberg von Szent-Györgyi Work on the chemical nature of Vitamin C. Show »
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