First choice Koch, second choice Lister and Löffler.
F. Löffler: Work on the etiology of diphtheria, streptococcus infections, hog cholera, red typhus and hoof and mouth disease.
J. Lister: Antiseptic and aseptic wound treatment.
R. Koch: Discovery of the tubercle bacillus and of the spirillum of cholera.
Evaluation was made jointly by Carl Sundberg and Ernst Almquist, and included R. Ross and B. Grassi as well as R. Koch.
University: Originally the "Königlich Preußisches Institut für Infektionskrankheiten" or "Institut für Infektions-Krankheiten",
the name was in 1912 changed to "Das Robert Koch-Institut".