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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  
1915 Fürst Bolk The work "Das Cerebellum der Säugethiere". Show »
1916 Hijmans v. d. Bergh Hamburger The introduction of physical-chemical methods in physiology, and work on phagocytosis and the permeability of the kidneys. Show »
1916 Sahli Hamburger The introduction of physical-chemical methods in physiology, and work on phagocytosis and the permeability of the kidneys. Show »
1916 Wiersma Hamburger The introduction of physical-chemical methods in physiology, and work on phagocytosis and the permeability of the kidneys. Show »
1917 Herrick Einthoven Work in making the electrocardiograph a means of furthering our knowledge of the physiology and pathology of the heart. Show »
1917 Keibel Brachet
Eijkman
Harrison
Brachet: Work on polyspermal fertilization. Eijkman: Work on Beri-Beri. Harrison: Work on embryos and the growth of organs in vitro. Show »
1917 Straub Einthoven Construction of the string galvanometer. Show »
1919 Abderhalden Hamburger
Sörensen
Zwaardemaker
Hamburger: The introduction of physical-chemical problems to physiology, and work on phagocytosis and the permeability of the kidneys. Sörensen: Important studies on proteins. Zwaardemaker: Work on the role of potassium in the organism. Show »
1919 von Liebermann Eijkman Work on experimental polyneuritis and beri-beri. Show »
1920 Aschoff Einthoven
Langley
Lexer
Einthoven: The introduction of the string galvanometer. Langley: The foundation of the modern sympathicus research. Lexer: Work on surgery. Show »
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