Heroes in endocrinology: Nobel Prizes

@inproceedings{Herder2014HeroesIE,
  title={Heroes in endocrinology: Nobel Prizes},
  author={Wouter W de Herder},
  booktitle={Endocrine connections},
  year={2014}
}
The Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine was first awarded in 1901. Since then, the Nobel Prizes in Physiology or Medicine, Chemistry and Physics have been awarded to at least 33 distinguished researchers who were directly or indirectly involved in research into the field of endocrinology. This paper reflects on the life histories, careers and achievements of 11 of them: Frederick G Banting, Roger Guillemin, Philip S Hench, Bernardo A Houssay, Edward C Kendall, E Theodor Kocher, John J R… CONTINUE READING
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