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

Year Nominator Nominee(s) Motivation  
1902 Schäfer Sherrington Work on the central nervous system, including peripheral distribution of the fibers of nerve roots, termination of sensory fibers in muscle, conditions of muscle tonus, distribution of nerve cells in the spinal cord and the course and origin of nerve tracts in the spinal cord and medulla oblongata. Show »
1903 Bradbury Lister "His distinguished position in the medical world - as is evidenced by his contributions to Physiology and Surgery (Medicine)...". Introduction of antiseptic methods. Show »
1903 Ross Durham
Gruber
"for their conjoint discovery of the agglutinating effect of `immunune´ sera upon the kinds of bacteria employed in producung the immunity". Show »
1904 Windle Gowers His publications: "Manual of Diseases of the Nervous System", 3:rd ed, 1899, and "Manual and Atlas of Medical Ophthalmology", 3:rd ed, 1892. Work on Leucocythaemia and Hodgkin´s Diesease. Show »
1905 Duncan Castellani "Original work in discovering the relation of the Trypanosome to sleeping sickness". Show »
1905 Ross Carter
Finlay
Work on the etiology and prophylaxis of yellow fever. Show »
1905 Ross Finlay
Carter
Work on the etiology and prophylaxis of yellow fever (see comment). Show »
1906 Bradbury Sherrington Numerous scientific papers to the Royal and other scientific Societys; especially on the brain and nervous system. Show »
1906 Byers Wright Work on the properties of blood. Show »
1906 Caton Sherrington Researches on the physiology of the nervous system, the physiology of spinal reflexes, reciprocal innervation and spinal conduction, and researches on the dosage of chloroform for the isolated mammalian heart. Show »
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