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

Year Nominator Nominee(s) Motivation  
1931 Reed d´Hérelle The discovery of the bacteriophage. Show »
1932 Babkin Cannon Work on the autonomous nervous system, especially the discovery of a "local hormone" which is liberated in smooth muscle under sympathetic stimulation. Show »
1932 Macleod Sherrington Work on the mechanism of the interaction of reflexes in the central nervous system of mammals. Show »
1933 Cruickshank Embden Work on intermediate metabolism of the liver and the chemistry of muscle contraction. Show »
1934 Best Minot
Whipple
Minot: Work on liver treatment of pernicious anaemia. Whipple: The discovery that regeneration of red blood cells and the formation of haemoglobin in dogs made anaemic by haemorrhage could be greatly accelerated by providing liver or kidney tissue in the diet. Show »
1934 Fitzgerald Minot
Whipple
Minot: Work on liver treatment of pernicious anaemia. Whipple: The discovery that regeneration of red blood cells and the formation of haemoglobin in dogs made anaemic by haemorrhage could be greatly accelerated by providing liver or kidney tissue in the diet. Show »
1934 Primrose Minot
Whipple
Minot: Work on liver treatment of pernicious anaemia. Whipple: The discovery that regeneration of red blood cells and the formation of haemoglobin in dogs made anaemic by haemorrhage could be greatly accelerated by providing liver or kidney tissue in the diet. Show »
1934 Wasteneys Evans Work on the hormones of the anterior pituitary. Show »
1935 Cadham Kolmer Work on vaccination against acute anterior poliomyelitis. Show »
1935 Cameron Collip
Cushing
Houssay
Collip: Work on insulin, the parathyroid gland and hormones of the placenta and hypophysis. Cushing: Work on the pituitary gland, especially Cushing´s disease. Houssay:Work on endocrinology, the antagonism between the pituitary gland and the Islet of Langerhans. Show »
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