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

Year Nominator Nominee(s) Motivation  
1901 Kronecker Langley Structure and function of the sympathetic nervous system. Show »
1901 Starling Langley The physiology of the sympathetic nervous system: discovery of the nicotine method of studying cell connections of sympathetic fibers; connections and function of the nerves supplying the pelvic viscera; demonstration of "axon reflexes". Show »
1905 Kronecker Langley Work on the sympathetic nervous system. Show »
1912 Meyer Langley
Loeb
Rubner
Langley: Work on the autonomous nervous system. Loeb: Work on artificial parthenogenesis. Rubner: Work on nutrition. Show »
1912 Tandler Langley
Loeb
Minkowski
Langley: Work on the autonomus nervous system. Loeb: Work on the physiology of development. Minkowski: Work on pancreatic diabetes. Show »
1912 Tanzi Langley
Sherrington
Langley: Work on the sympathetic nervous system. Sherrington: Work on the nervous system. Show »
1914 Tandler Langley
Loeb
Minkowski
Langley: Work on the autonomous nervous system. Loeb: Work on the physiology of development. Minkowski: Work on pancreas diabetes. Show »
1918 Bordet Langley Work on the autonomous nervous system and the connection between the nervous elements and tissue cells. Show »
1919 Bordet Langley Work on the autonomous nervous system, the connections between the nervous elements and tissue cells. Show »
1919 Zuntz Barcroft
Benedict
Krogh
Barcroft: Work on the oxygen affinity of hemoglobin and on the role played by different organs in metabolism. Benedict: Work on metabolism. Krogh: Work on respiratory methods, gas exchange in the lungs, minute volume of the heart, micro gas analysis and the effect of abnormal nutritional conditions on metabolism. Show »
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