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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  
1906 Bradbury Sherrington Numerous scientific papers to the Royal and other scientific Societys; especially on the brain and nervous system. Show »
1906 Caton Sherrington Researches on the physiology of the nervous system, the physiology of spinal reflexes, reciprocal innervation and spinal conduction, and researches on the dosage of chloroform for the isolated mammalian heart. Show »
1907 Kinkead Sherrington For the valuable scientific work he has accomplished, more especially the many fine researches he has made and published on the physiology of the brain and spinal cord. Show »
1909 Bradburry Sherrington Work on the physiology of the nervous system. Show »
1909 Grünbaum Sherrington Work on the central nervous system, and the action of antagonistic muscles, especially in reference to the effects of tetanus toxin and of strychnine. Show »
1909 Ross Sherrington Work on the central nervous system. Show »
1909 Stewart Sherrington Work on the physiology of the nervous system. Show »
1910 Zwaardemaker et al Sherrington Work on the physiology of the nervous system. Show »
1911 MacLeod Sherrington Articles on the physiology of the central nervous system, researches on the "Integrative Action of the Nervous System", and researches on the reciprocal innervation of antagonistic muscles. Show »
1911 Murray Sherrington Work on the physiology of the nervous system. Show »
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