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

Year Nominator Nominee(s) Motivation  
1901 Ribera y San Ramon y Cajàl
Virchow
Lister
No motivation given. Show »
1901 Rollett Ramon y Cajàl Studies of the cerebral cortex, and localization of function in the brain. Show »
1901 San-Martin Ramon y Cajàl
Retzius
S. Ramon y Cajal: See entries 39:01-7. G. Retzius: Work on the sensory organs, and the nervous system of lower vertebrates and crustaceans. Refers to the motivation of entry 39-11. Show »
1901 Sanchez Herrero Ramon y Cajàl Refers to a large number of discoveries listed in a reference sent jointly by the Faculty of medicine, Madrid University. Studies of the cerebral cortex, and localization of function in the brain. Show »
1901 Sanudo Ramon y Cajàl Refers to a large number of discoveries listed in a reference sent jointly by the Faculty of medicine, Madrid University. Studies of the cerebral cortex, and localization of function in the brain. Show »
1902 Retzius Ramon y Cajàl
Golgi
C. Golgi: Work on the fine structure of the nervous system. S. Ramon y Cajàl: Work on the organization of the nervous system in vertebrates and man. See comment. Show »
1902 Schwalbe Retzius
Ramon y Cajàl
G. Retzius: Work on the sensory organs and the brain. S. Ramon y Cajàl: Work on the nervous system, especially the cerebral cortex and the chiasma nervi optici. Show »
1903 Hernando é Espenosa Ramon y Cajàl Refers to an attached list with publications by S. Ramon y Cajal. Show »
1903 Ide Ramon y Cajàl
Mechnikov
Koch
S. Ramon y Cajal: Second choice, together with I. Mechnikov, after R. Koch. No specific motivation given. I. Mechnikov: Second choice after R. Koch. No specific motivation given. R. Koch: Extensive work on tuberculosis and malaria; discovery of the cholera vibrio. Show »
1903 Pelácz Ramon y Cajàl Work on the histology and physiology of the nervous system. Show »
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