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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  
1902 Gaule Loeb
Overton
Loeb: Work on artificial parthenogenesis. Overton: Work on osmosis in plant and animal cells, and on anesthesia. Show »
1902 Haab Koch Koch´s discoveries have had an enormous impact on medicine and biology, especially in the areas of hygiene and infectious disease. Without this work, Behring´s discoveries would not have been possible. Show »
1902 Krönlein Koch Koch´s discoveries have had an enormous impact on medicine and biology, especially in the areas of hygiene and infectious disease. Without this work, Behring´s discoveries would not have been possible. Show »
1902 Wyss Israel
Kroenlein
Work on surgery of the kidney (see comment). Show »
1906 Gaule Loeb
Overton
Loeb: Work on artificial parthenogenesis. Overton: Work on the osmosis in muscles and nerves. Show »
1910 Cloetta Schmiedeberg The founder of the modern pharmacology. Show »
1914 Cloetta Abderhalden
Sauerbruch
Abderhalden: Work on species specificity and "abwehrfermente". Sauerbruch: Work on the pressure difference procedure and its practical significance. Show »
1914 Eichhorst Abderhalden Work on proteins and "abwehrfermente" and their importance in theoretical and practical medicine. Show »
1917 Bleuler Kraepelin Work on the systematics of mental diseases. Show »
1917 Cloetta Schmiedeberg Fundamental work on pharmacology. Show »
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