George H. Whipple, M.D.
|Pathology||University of Rochester, Rochester, NY|
Area:Physiology, Tuberculosis, Blackwater Fever, Anemia
The Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine 1934 was awarded jointly to George Hoyt Whipple, George Richards Minot and William Parry Murphy
for their discoveries concerning liver therapy in cases of anaemia.
Began his career at Johns Hopkins then moved to the University of California. Nobel Prize winning physiologist and physician who discovered Whipple's disease and studied many aspects of human health, especially anemia.
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|Lafayette Benedict Mendel||research assistant||1901||Yale (Chemistry Tree)|
|William Henry Welch||grad student||1905||Johns Hopkins Medical School|
|(Pigments and liver necrosis)|
|Samuel Talyor Darling||post-doc||1908-1909||Ancon Hospital|
|(Anemia in parasitic dieases)|
|Ludolf von Krehl||research scientist||1909||Universität Heidelberg (Neurotree)|
|Hans Horst Meyer||research scientist||1911||Universität Wien (Neurotree)|