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

Year: 1902
Number: 53-0
   
Nominee 1:  
Emile Roux
M
deputy director (sous-directeur)
Institut Pasteur (Pasteur Institute)
Paris
FR (FRANCE)
   
Nominee 2:  
Jules Bordet
M
1870
1961
prof
Paris
FR (FRANCE)
med 1919 »
   
Motivation: E. Roux: Worked with Pasteur; discovery of the diphtheria toxin.
J. Bordet: Work on agglutination and hemolysis.
   
Nominator:
 
Tadeusz Brawicz, et al |Wachholz]
M
prof pathological anatomy
Cracow
PL (POLAND)
   
Evaluation: Yes
   
Evaluator 1:  
Carl Sundberg
M
Nominee 2: Full
   
Comment: 1. Evaluation was made jointly by Carl Sundberg and Ernst Almquist, and included Pfeiffer, Gruber, Widal and Phisalix, as well as Bordet.
2. This nomination was made jointly by 11 professors from Krakow, PL, in the same letter (see entry 53-1):
Tadeusz Brawicz , prof pathological anatomy;
Odo Bujwid, prof hygiene, University of Jagellone;
Casimir Kostanechi , prof anatomy, University of Krakow;
Mathior Jakubowski, prof pediatrics;
Bolislaw Wicherkiewicz, prof ophthalmology, University of Krakow;
Leo Wachholz, prof forensic medicine;
Bronislas Kader, prof surgery;
Joseph Lazarski, prof pharmacology;
Henri Jordan, prof gynecology;
Ales. Stopzanski , prof medical chemistry;
Napoleon Cybulsci , prof physiology.

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