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

Year Nominator Nominee(s) Motivation  
1904 Heger Mechnikov His work on phagocytosis is among the most important discoveries in medicine. Show »
1904 Rommelaere Apáthy Microscopic and other studies of the central nervous system as described in his major work published 1897 (see comment) and updated 1898, 1900, 1901, 1902 and 1903. Show »
1905 Boddaert Koch Studies on the infectious diseases. Show »
1905 Leboucq von Koelliker A 60 year career in anatomy. Show »
1906 Firket Mechnikov
Roux
Research on syphilis. Work on phagocytosis (Mechnikov), and work on immunity against malignant oedema, vaccination against rabies and research on diphtheria (Roux). Show »
1906 Fraipont Mechnikov
Roux
Research on syphilis. Work on phagocytosis (Mechnikov), and work on immunity against malignant oedema, vaccination against rabies and research on diphtheria (Roux). Show »
1906 Francotte Mechnikov
Roux
Research on syphilis. Work on phagocytosis (Mechnikov), and work on immunity against malignant oedema, vaccination against rabies and research on diphtheria (Roux). Show »
1906 Fredericq Pflüger Work on the physiology of nutrition. Show »
1906 Gilkinet Mechnikov
Roux
Experimental research on syphilis. Work on phagocytosis (Mechnikov) and work on immunity, peripneumonia and diphtheria (Roux). Show »
1906 Henrijean Bouchard Work on auto intoxication, nutrition and on bacteriology. Show »
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