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Lists of Nobel Prizes and Laureates

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 Crocker Manson
Ross
P. Manson: (3/5 of the Prize) Discovery of the relation of the mosquito to malaria, as its transmitting agent to man. R. Ross: (2/5 of the Prize) Experimental studies, in India and Africa, which showed the mosquito as bearer of malaria. Show »
1901 Foster Manson
Ross
P. Manson: Discovery of the relation of the mosquito to malaria, as its transmitting agent to man. R. Ross: Experimental studies, in India and Africa, which showed the mosquito as bearer of malaria. Show »
1901 Gaskell Manson
Ross
P. Manson: Proposed the idea that the malaria parasite has a life-cycle similar to Filaria. R. Ross: Experimental studies of the mosquito as bearer of malaria (see comment). Show »
1901 Lister Ross His discovery of the development of the malaria parasite in the body of the mosquito, an observation of immense practical and scientific importance. Show »
1901 Pavy Manson "his successful work Showing the role played by the Mosquito in connexion with the production of Malarial Fever by the transmission of the Malarial Fever parasite." Show »
1901 Poore Head The pathology of Herpes Zoster and its bearing on sensory localization (see comment). Show »
1901 Starling Langley The physiology of the sympathetic nervous system: discovery of the nicotine method of studying cell connections of sympathetic fibers; connections and function of the nerves supplying the pelvic viscera; demonstration of "axon reflexes". Show »
1901 Thane Head The pathology of Herpes Zoster and its bearing on sensory localization (see comment). Show »
1902 Fraser Ross Refers to the motivation of W. Greenfield (entry 1902:58): His work in relation to the parasites of malaria, and the practical applications of these and other researches to the actual prevention of malarial fevers and of other diseaeses conveyed by mosquitos. Show »
1902 Greenfield Ross His work in relation to the parasites of malaria, and the practical applications of these and other researches to the actual prevention of malarial fevers and of other diseaeses conveyed by mosquitos. Show »
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