Index Of Nobel Laureates In Medicine ALPHABETICAL LISTING OF nobel PRIZE LAUREATES IN PHYSIOLOGY AND MEDICINE. Name,Year Awarded. Fleming, Sir Alexander, 1945. florey, lord howard walter, 1945. http://almaz.com/nobel/medicine/alpha.html
Australian Nobel Laureates - Howard Walter Florey and florey were jointly awarded the nobel Prize in of Taped Interview with lord howardflorey, 5 April Up To Life a biography of howard walter florey who gave http://www.asap.unimelb.edu.au/bsparcs/exhib/nobel/florey.htm
Extractions: 'People sometimes think that I and the others worked on penicillin because we were interested in suffering humanity. I don't think it ever crossed our minds about suffering humanity. This was an interesting scientific exercise, and because it was of some use in medicine is very gratifying, but this was not the reason that we started working on it.' Howard Walter Florey is best known for his work on penicillin, but there is much more to this famous Australian scientist. He was a solitary man, with few close friends; laboratory research and travel were his great loves. Interestingly, he was concerned about the population explosion caused by improving health care. Born in Adelaide, South Australia, on 24 September 1898, Howard Florey was the youngest of five children and the only boy in his family. His father was a bootmaker and ran a successful company. At school Florey was nicknamed 'Floss', a name that stayed with him for life. He was an outstanding student, excelling at almost everything - except mathematics. In 1917, and with a research career in mind, Florey began studying medicine at the University of Adelaide. He won a Rhodes Scholarship in 1921, and left Australia for Oxford University and to make his home permanently overseas.
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Extractions: Howard Walter Florey is honoured for his discovery of the unique therapeutic properties of penicillin, the development of which has done more than any probably other in medical history to relieve human suffering. Born in 1898 in Adelaide, Australia, he came to Magdalen College on a Rhodes Scholarship in 1921. After appointments in England and America he returned to Oxford in 1934 as Professor of Pathology (at Lincoln College). In 1941 he was elected Fellow of the Royal Society and two years later the clinical success of penicillin was unequivocally demonstrated at Oxford. In 1945 he was awarded a Nobel Prize for medicine with Alexander Fleming and Ernst Chain. The Royal Society elected him their Fiftieth President in 1960. Two years later he relinquished the Chair of Pathology to become Provost of The Queen's College, Oxford. In 1965 he was appointed a Member of the Order of Merit. Engand was the scene of his success but Australia always continued to command his loyalty and affection. From 1945 to 1957 he was involved in the planning of the John Curtin School of Medical Research in the new Australian National University. When a life Peerage was conferred on him in 1965 he chose to be styled Lord Florey of Adelaide and Marston.
Extractions: At a dinner in 2001 at the National Museum of Australia, Mr Alan Evans , Chief Executive of the Australian Pharmaceutical Manufacturers Association, presented an award ''For outstanding contributions to the health of Australians" to mark the Centenary of Federation. The inaugural 'Award of Distinction' was to Sir Howard Walter Florey and recognized his work in the development and application of pencillin that inaugurated the modern era of antibiotics. The award, in the form of a handsome plaque, was accepted by Professor Frank Fenner an ex director of the ANU's John Curtin School of Medical Research and Dr John Best , Head of the Australian Institute of Political Science.
Lord Florey And The John Curtin School, ANU howard florey howard florey, one of Australia's nobel laureates who became a and alife peerage in 1965, becoming howard walter Baron florey, of Adelaide http://jcsmr.anu.edu.au/hon_roll/florey.htm
Extractions: Howard Florey, one of Australia's Nobel laureates who became a medical scientist of great intemational reputation, was bom and educated in Adelaide, before becoming the South Australian Rhodes Scholar for 1921 at Oxford University in Britain. In a distinguished academic career, he studied and worked in Oxford, Cambridge, London and Sheffield, as well as in Europe and America, before he was appointed to the chair of the Sir William Dunn School of Pathology at Oxford University in 1935. Though Florey was rightly acclaimed for his achievements in many areas of research, and was rewarded accordingly, it was for his role as the leader of the team of scientists who discovered and developed the therapeutic power of penicillin that he was most celebrated. As the result of Florey's work and the work of his colleagues, penicillin was available to treat Allied troops during the last years of the second world war, and has since revolutionised medical science, saving millions of lives in the process.
Premios Nobel De Medicina Premios nobel de Medicina. 1945, por el descubrimiento y aislamiento de la penincilina,Chain, Sir Ernst Boris; Fleming, Sir Alexander; florey, lord howard walter. http://fai.unne.edu.ar/biologia/nobeles/nobelmed.htm
Extractions: Premios Nobel de Medicina Tema Ganador Behring, Emil Adolf Von Ross, Sir Ronald Finsen, Niels Ryberg Pavlov, Ivan Petrovich Koch, Robert Cajal, Santiago Ramon Y.; Golgi, Camillo Laveran, Charles Louis Alphonse Ehrlich, Paul; Metchnikoff, Ilya Ilyich Kocher, Emil Theodor Kossel, Albrecht Gullstrand, Allvar Carrel, Alexis Richet, Charles Robert Barany, Robert Bordet, Jules Krogh, Schack August Steenberger Hill, Sir Archibald Vivian; Meyerhof, Otto Fritz; Banting, Sir Frederick Grant; Macleod, John James Richard; Einthoven, Willem; Fibiger, Johannes Andreas Grib Wagner-Jauregg, Julius Nicolle, Charles Jules Henri Eijkman, Christiaan; Hopkins, Sir Frederick Gowland Landsteiner, Karl Warburg, Otto Heinrich Adrian, Lord Edgar Douglas; Sherrington, Sir Charles Scott Morgan, Thomas Hunt Minot, George Richards; Murphy, William Parry; Whipple, George Hoyt Spemann, Hans Dale, Sir Henry Hallett; Loewi, Otto Nagyrapolt, Albert Szent-Gyorgyi Von Heymans, Corneille Jean Francois Domagk, Gerhard Dam, Henrik Carl Peter; Doisy, Edward Adelbert Erlanger, Joseph; Gasser, Herbert Spencer
Extractions: ALPHABETICAL LISTING OF NOBEL PRIZE LAUREATES IN CHEMISTRY Name Year Awarded Alder, Kurt Altman, Sidney Anfinsen, Christian B. Arrhenius, Svante August ... Zsigmondy, Richard Adolf ALPHABETICAL LISTING OF NOBEL PRIZE LAUREATES IN PHYSIOLOGY AND MEDICINE Name Year Awarded Adrian, Lord Edgar Douglas Arber, Werner Axelrod, Julius Baltimore, David ... Zinkernagel, Rolf M. Source: The Nobel Prize Internet Archive
Florey - The Person In 1945 he shared the nobel Prize for Medicine with Ernst Chain Highlights of theLife of howard walter florey (lord florey of Adelaide and Marston 18981968 http://www.tallpoppies.net.au/florey/explorer/theperson/main-content.html
Extractions: Many people do not know that Howard Florey was an Australian. Many people do not know that he made penicillin. He was born in Adelaide, South Australia on 24 September 1898. He was, perhaps, Australias greatest scientist. His finest deed was the development of the "miracle medicine" penicillin. Howard Florey was born at the Florey home in suburban Adelaide on 24 September 1898. He was the only son and third child of Joseph Florey and his second wife, Bertha. Howard had four older sisters. Charlotte and Anne, were the children of his father Joseph and his first wife Charlotte. His sisters, Hilda and Valetta, were born in 1891 and 1892. Howard Florey grew up in comfortable surroundings. His father Joseph was a wealthy shoe manufacturer. Joseph Florey and his first wife, Charlotte, left England for South Australia in 1882. Charlotte was ill with consumption . Seeking a more favourable climate, the family sailed for Adelaide, hoping the change would cure Charlotte's consumptive condition.
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Extractions: Walter Howard Florey was born 24 September 1898. Raised in Malvern, he was the youngest of three children Florey is most famous for the major role he played in the medical team which researched and developed penicillin. He received a knighthood for this work in 1944, and in 1945 shared the Nobel Prize for science. Penicillin was widely used by the Allies to fight infection during World War Two (1939-45). Image: Howard Florey (Sunday Mail, 29 May 1994) Father of Walter Howard Florey, and manager of the Standard Shoe and Leather Company, a manufacturing and importing business with factories in both Adelaide and Melbourne. Image: Standard Shoe Leather Co. A plaque above the front door bell reminds the caller that "Lord Howard Florey lived here". Image: Coreega Estate The house was built around 1882 for Colonel Frank Makin. The new owner from 1888, the Hon George Riddoch, named the property Coreega, probably after his daughter.
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Extractions: The Lord Florey Society is so named in memory of the Nobel prize-winner and Fellow of Lincoln College, Professor Sir Howard Walter Florey, OM, later Baron Florey of Adelaide, in the Commonwealth of Australia, and Marston, in the County of Oxfordshire, through whose leadership Oxford University's first Middle Common Room for postgraduate students was established in Lincoln College, in Michaelmas Term 1958. While a Fellow of Lincoln College and Professor of Pathology, Lord Florey (and his team, whom their Lincoln colleages nicknamed the penicillini ) perfected the pioneering techniques of the clinical application and mass-production of penicillin that led to his 1945 Nobel Prize for Physiology and Medicine (shared with Ernst Boris Chain and Sir Alexander Fleming), 'for the discovery of penicillin and its curative effect in various infectious diseases'. Click on the picture for a link to the Sir William Dunn School of Pathology, University of Oxford, where the ground-breaking research was performed. Lord Florey's links to Magdalen College, where he was a Rhodes Scholar (South Australia, 1921-1923), and The Queen's College, where he was Provost (1962-1968), are perhaps more widely known than his long and distinguished association with Lincoln College, which spanned the nearly three decades of his Professorship of Pathology, from 1934 to 1962.
Extractions: Nobel Prize in Medicine since 1901 Year Prize Winners Behring, Emil Adolf Von Ross, Sir Ronald Finsen, Niels Ryberg Pavlov, Ivan Petrovich Koch, Robert Cajal, Santiago Ramon Y.; Golgi, Camillo Laveran, Charles Louis Alphonse Ehrlich, Paul; Mechnikov, Ilya Ilyich Kocher, Emil Theodor Kossel, Albrecht Gullstrand, Allvar Carrel, Alexis Richet, Charles Robert Barany, Robert Bordet, Jules Krogh, Schack August Steenberger Hill, Sir Archibald Vivian; Meyerhof, Otto Fritz; Banting, Sir Frederick Grant; Macleod, John James Richard; Einthoven, Willem; Fibiger, Johannes Andreas Grib Wagner-Jauregg, Julius Nicolle, Charles Jules Henri Eijkman, Christiaan; Hopkins, Sir Frederick Gowland Landsteiner, Karl Warburg, Otto Heinrich Adrian, Lord Edgar Douglas; Sherrington, Sir Charles Scott Morgan, Thomas Hunt Minot, George Richards; Murphy, William Parry; Whipple, George Hoyt Spemann, Hans Dale, Sir Henry Hallett; Loewi, Otto Nagyrapolt, Albert Szent-Gyorgyi Von Heymans, Corneille Jean Francois Domagk, Gerhard Dam, Henrik Carl Peter; Doisy, Edward Adelbert Erlanger, Joseph; Gasser, Herbert Spencer
SIMR - Centenary Survey Of Nobel Laureates case in many places. Michael S Brown, MD, nobel Prizewinner 1985. Sir AlexanderFLEMING, Sir Ernst Boris CHAIN and lord (howard walter) florey - discover and http://www.simr.org.uk/pages/nobel/time_line_5.html
Extractions: "I agree that animal experimentation should be humane and regulated, but the regulations must not be so onerous as to impede legitimate experimentation, which is now the case in many places." - Michael S Brown, M.D., Nobel Prizewinner 1985 Reserved 1940, 1941, 1942. Henrik Carl Peter DAM - discovery of vitamin K. Edward Adelbert DOISY - chemical nature of vitamin K. Joseph ERLANGER and Herbert Spencer GASSER - describe highly specific functions of single nerve fibres. Sir Alexander FLEMING, Sir Ernst Boris CHAIN and Lord (Howard Walter) FLOREY - discover and develop penicillin. Hermann Joseph MULLER - discovers the risk of damage to genes by X-rays. Carl Ferdinand CORI and Gerty Theresa CORI - show how stored glycogen converts to muscular energy. Bernardo Alberto HOUSSAY - shows the link between the pancreas and the anterior pituitary lobe hormone of the brain in sugar metabolism. Paul Hermann MÜLLER - devises DDT as an insecticide.
Nobel Laureates been awarded a particularly impressive total of twelve nobel Prizes Alexander Flemingand Sir Ernst Boris Chain and lord howard walter florey, London University http://www.mrc.ac.uk/index/about/about-history/about-nobel_laureates.htm
Extractions: Lauréats du prix Nobel de physiologie et médecine Le prix Nobel de physiologie et médecine est attribué par l' Assemblée Nobel de l'Institut Karolinska , à Stockholm. Année Récipiendaire Emil Adolf von Berhing (Allemagne) sir Ronald Ross (Grande-Bretagne) Niels Ryberg Finsen (Danemark) Ivan Petrovitch Pavlov (Russie) Robert Koch (Allemagne) Camilio Golgi (Italie) et Santiago Ramon y Cajal (Espagne) Charles Louis Alphonse Laveran (France) Paul Ehrlich (Allemagne) et Elie Metchnikov (Russie) Theodor Emil Kocher (Suisse) Albericht Kossel (Allemagne) Alivar Gullstrand (Suède) Alexis Carrel (France) Charles Robert Richet (France) Robert Bárány (Autriche-Hongrie) NON ATTRIBUÉ NON ATTRIBUÉ NON ATTRIBUÉ NON ATTRIBUÉ Jules Bordet (Belgique) Schack August Steenberg Kroch (Danemark) NON ATTRIBUÉ sir Archibald Vivian Hill (Grande-Bretagne) et Otto F. Meyerhof (Allemagne) sir Frederic Grant Banting (Canada) et John James Richard Macleod (Canada) Willem Einthoven (Pays-Bas) NON ATTRIBUÉ Johannes Anreas Grib Fibiger (Danemark) Julius Wagner von Jauregg (Autriche) Charles Jules Henri Nicolle (France), pour ses travaux sur le typhus.