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

Year Nominator Nominee(s) Motivation  
1904 Forlanini Golgi Development of new methods to study the nervous system, and work on the anatomy and physiology of the nervous system. Show »
1904 Salva Golgi Development of new methods to study the nervous system, and work on the anatomy and physiology of the nervous system. Show »
1904 Sormani Grassi
Celli
Golgi
All three candidates should share the Prize for work on different aspects of malaria. A. Celli investigated the life cycle of the malaria parasites and developed prophylactics. C. Golgi studied the tertiary and quartenary parasites´ life cycles. B. Grassi showed the importance of mosquitos for the spread of malaria. Show »
1909 Golgi Retzius Work in anatomy, comparative anatomy (especially studies of the ape brain and human brain), histology and anthropology. The work published in the 13 volumes of "Biologische Untersuchungen". Study of the sensory organs, work in histology, new methods of staining nerve cells. Show »
1912 Falchi Gullstrand Work on ocular dioptrics and the color of Macula Centralis Retinae. Show »
1912 Golgi Forlanini
Grassi
Perroncito
Forlanini: Work on artificial pneumothorax. Grassi: Zoological works and work on palludism. Perroncito: Work on anchylostomiasis. Show »
1912 Mondino Gowers Work on the anatomy and pathology of the nervous system, heart and blood diseases. Show »
1912 Monti Bozzolo
Perroncito
Work on the pathology and treatment of anchylostomiasis. Show »
1912 Sala Grassi Work on the transmission of malaria. Show »
1912 Sormani Bordet
Celli
Bordet: Work on immunity. Celli: Work on malaria. Show »
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