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

Year Nominator Nominee(s) Motivation  
1902 Hertwig Haeckel Work on the morphology of organisms, and studies to further the theory of evolution. Classification based on the gastrulation process (see comment). Show »
1905 Binswanger Abbe His importance to medical science. Show »
1905 Gärtner Abbe Work on the perfection of the microscope and work on social hygiene. Show »
1905 Riedel Abbe
Koch
Abbe: Work on the perfection of the microscope and work on social hygiene. Koch: No motivation. Show »
1905 Schultze Abbe
Koch
Abbe: Work on the perfection of the microscope and work on social hygiene. Koch: Bacteriological research, work on typhus, bovine plague, pyroplasm and trypanosome diseases Show »
1905 Stintzing Abbe
Koch
Abbe: Work on the perfection of the microscope. Koch: Bacteriological work, especially work on the etiology of tuberculosis, cholera and malaria. Show »
1905 von Zeyneck Haeckel
Kossel
Haeckel: Biological and philosophical work. Kossel: Work on the chemistry of the cell nucleus. Show »
1905 Wagenmann Abbe
Koch
Abbe: Work on the perfection of the microscope. Koch: Work on bacteriology and serum therapy. Show »
1908 Laskowski Haeckel His importance to modern scientific understanding, through his furthering of the work begun by Lamark and Darwin. Show »
1913 Thiron Haeckel No motivation given. Show »
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