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

Year Nominator Nominee(s) Motivation  
1905 Charpentier d´Arsonval Investigations which have led to the discovery of a new physical agent, electrical oscillations at high frequency, which have a special effect on the organism and therefore can be used in therapy. Show »
1910 Charpentier d´Arsonval Work on electro physiology and electro therapy. Show »
1912 Suchard Ranvier All the work Ranvier has done. Show »
1914 Bouchard d´Arsonval
Chauveau
d´Arsonval: Work on the practice of physiotherapy in medicine and surgery. Chauveau: Physiological research; electro physiology, circulation, nutrition, muscular work. Contribution to the studies of infectious diseases, and discoveries concerning vaccine. Show »
1916 Bouchard Chauveau
Lépine
d´Arsonval
J. Lépine: Work on glycogenesis and blood sugar. A. d´Arsonval: Work on the practice of physiotherapy in medicine and surgery. A. Chauveau: Physiological research; electro physiology, circulation, nutrition, muscular work. Contribution to the studies of infectious diseases, and discoveries concerning vaccine. Show »
1921 Abadie Gley Work on endocrine secretion, especially the coagulation preventing role of the parathyroid gland and the liver. Show »
1921 Abelous Gley Work on endocrine secretion, especially the functions of the thyroid and parathyroid glands. Show »
1921 Aloy Gley Work on physiology. Show »
1921 Bardier Gley Research on the physiology of the heart and vessels, on coagulation, the nervous system and above all work on endocrine secretion, especially the parathyroid gland. Show »
1921 Barthe Gley Work on the coagulation preventative role of the liver, the function of the thyroid gland, the discovery of the parathyroid gland and its function, the curative effect of thyroid juice and on endocrine secretion. Show »
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