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

Year Nominator Nominee(s) Motivation  
1924 Rasmussen Marine Work on the prevention of simple goitre upon a large scale. Show »
1931 Hirschfelder Kendall
Koller
Marine
Kendall: The isolation of crystalline thyroxine. Koller: The discovery of the local anaesthetic properties of cocaine and the introduction of local anaesthesia into medicine and surgery. Marine: Work on the prophylaxis against goiter by means of iodine containing substances. Show »
1938 Ranschoff Goldblatt The discovery that the production of renal ischaemia results in a permanent hypertension. Show »
1940 Cannon Goldblatt Experimental method of producing hypertension through renal ischemia. Show »
1940 Popoviciu György Work on vitamins, especially vitamins B2 and B6. Show »
1941 Brull Goldblatt
Houssay
H.Goldblatt: Experimental method of producing hypertension through renal ischemia; B. Houssay for his discovery of the humoral nature of this effect. Show »
1941 da Cunha Motta Goldblatt
Page
H.Goldblatt: Experimental method of producing hypertension through renal ischemia. I.Page: Studies on experimental arterial hypertension. Show »
1942 Meek Elvehjem
Goldblatt
Page
C. Elvehjem: Importance of nicotinic acid in treatment of "black tongue" in dogs and in pellegra in man. H.Goldblatt: Experimental method of producing hypertension. I.Page: Isolation of renin and angiotonin. Show »
1942 Tatum Elvehjem
Goldblatt
Page
C. Elvehjem: Importance of nicotinic acid in treatment of "black tongue" in dogs and in pellegra in man. H.Goldblatt: Experimental method of producing hypertension. I.Page: Isolation of renin and angiotonin. Show »
1943 Cannon Barcroft
Ranson
Goldblatt
J. Barcroft: Function of the spleen as a resevoir for red corpuscles. S. Ranson: Studies of the central nervous system, especially the relation of the diencephalon to the posterior pituitary and the sympathetic system. H. Goldblatt: Experimental method of producing hypertension through renal ischemia. Show »
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