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

Year Nominator Nominee(s) Motivation  
1901 His Golgi Ground-breaking work on the central nervous system; showed the connectiom between the development of the malaria parasite and the fever phases. Show »
1901 von Koelliker Golgi Extensive work on the central nervous system; mixed (chrome/silver) method of staining nerve cells. Show »
1901 von Recklinghausen Golgi
Muscatello
C. Golgi: Work on the central nervous system including microscopic studies. G. Muscatello: Spinal bifida, post-operative Hydrocephalie. Show »
1902 Holmgren Golgi Ground-breaking discoveries on the central nervous system. His mixed (chrome/silver) method of staining nerve cells and their processes. Show »
1902 Retzius Ramon y CajÓl
Golgi
C. Golgi: Work on the fine structure of the nervous system. S. Ramon y CajÓl: Work on the organization of the nervous system in vertebrates and man. See comment. Show »
1903 Bouchard Golgi Studies of the central nervous system. Show »
1903 Cramer Golgi Ground-breaking discoveries on the central nervous system, and continued research in this area over many years. Show »
1903 Merkel Golgi Ground-breaking discoveries on the central nervous system, and continued research in this area over many years. Show »
1903 Retzius Ramon y CajÓl
Golgi
C. Golgi: Refers to his nomination of 1902 (entry 1902:57). See comment 1. S. Ramon y CajÓl: Refers to his nomination of 1902 (entry 1902:57). See comment 2. Show »
1903 Werworn Golgi Work on the central nervous system, and its importance for physiology. Show »
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