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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 Retzius Ramon y Cajàl
von Koelliker
His
S. Ramon y Cajàl: Work on the fine structure of the spinal column; pioneering work on the structure of the brain in the vision and motor regions. A. von Koelliker: One of the great names in anatomy; his work on the fine structure of the nervous system. W. His: Second choice. Work in embryology, especially on the neuroblast, and the structure of the protoplasm. Show »
1901 von Ebner von Koelliker A 60 year career in anatomy. Work on the fine structure of the nervous system. Show »
1902 Bach Hess Work on accommodation (of the eye). Show »
1902 Gaule Loeb
Overton
Loeb: Work on artificial parthenogenesis. Overton: Work on osmosis in plant and animal cells, and on anesthesia. Show »
1902 Thunberg Overton Work on osmosis in plant and animal cells, and on anesthesia. Show »
1903 von Frey Overton Work on osmosis in plant and animal cells, and on anesthesia. Show »
1905 Fürbringer Golgi
von Koelliker
Koch
Golgi: Investigations of the nervous system. von Koelliker: Microscopic anatomical and embryological research. Koch: His work in general. Show »
1905 Leboucq von Koelliker A 60 year career in anatomy. Show »
1906 Gaule Loeb
Overton
Loeb: Work on artificial parthenogenesis. Overton: Work on the osmosis in muscles and nerves. Show »
1909 Rauber Boveri
Loeb
Weismann
Boveri and Weismann: Work on cytology. Boveri and Loeb: Work on the chemistry of fertilization. Show »
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