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Hideo Noguchi did not die in the US (though he is buried there--in NYC), he died in Ghana.
Did Noguchi discover the syphillis cause in 1911 or 1913? There is a discrepency in the article.
"I don't understand".
- I think it means that Dr.Noguchi, as a yellow fever researcher, might be frustrated that he failed to understand what is the nature of the disease which kill him soon. --22.214.171.124 04:50, 8 May 2007 (UTC)
The following is close to being ready for incorporation in this article, but not quite yet.
- German Society of Natural Scientists and Physicians,
- Congress of Internists and Pediatricians, 1914 (Austria).
- American Academy of Medicine, 1914 (US).
There is another institute named in honor of Hideyo Noguchi in Mexico: the "Centro de Investigaciones Regionales Dr. Hideyo Noguchi" at the Universidad Autónoma de Yucatán http://www.uady.mx/directorio/cir.html--Mophicleide (talk) 19:13, 17 October 2010 (UTC)
Nobel Prize in Medicine
The selection commitee for the Nobel Prize in Medicine received multiple nominations in nine different years -- in 1913, 1914, 1915, 1920, 1921, 1924, 1925, 1926, and 1927. I've not quite figured out how to incorporate this information within the body of the article:
- Alfred Lendon, Adelaide -- for "work on syphilis."
- Ikutaro Hirai, Kyoto -- for "bacteriological and biological works"
- Hayazo Ito, Kyoto Imperial University -- for "work on lyssa."
- 1914 -- Matsuura - Noguchi - Work on lyssa and spirochetes.
- 1914 -- Oppel - Noguchi - The cultivation of spirochaete pallida and its indication in paralysis and work on lyssa.
- Alexis Carrel, 1912 Nobel Laureate in Medicine -- for "researches on syphilis and on the virus of rabies."
- Antonio Salvat, University of Seville -- for "work on infantile paralysis, syphilis and rabies."
- Alexis Carrel, 1912 Nobel Laureate in Medicine -- for "work on cultivation of filterable virus and cultivation of the virus of syphilis, poliomyelitis, rabies and yellow fever."
- P. Vuillemin, University of Nancy -- for "work on bacteriology and serology, especially the virus of yellow fever."
- Juan de Azua, University of Madrid -- for "work on syphilis and yellow fever."
- Gideon H. Wells, University of Chicago -- for "cultivation of the spirochete of syphilis, work on the organisms of infectious jaundice, isolation of spirochetes in yellow fever, work on the complement fixation reaction and the toxicology and immunology of snake venoms."
- Erich Hoffman, University of Bonn -- for "work on the existence of syphilis spirochetes in the brain in paralysis and, the biology of spirochetes and causes of yellow fever."
- Charles S. Bacon, University of Illinois -- for "work on yellow fever."
- C. S. Butler, US Medical Research Council -- for "work on yellow fever."
- Alexis Carrel, 1912 Nobel Laureate in Medicine -- for "work on yellow fever."
- H. da Rocha-Lima, Institute for Marine and Tropical Disease (Institut für Schiffs- und Tropenkrankheiten) -- for "work on yellow fever."
- John Fordyce -- for "work on yellow fever."
- Charles L. Gibson -- for "work on yellow fever and on the spirochaete of syphilis."
- E. Libman -- for "work on yellow fever."
- Martin Mayer, Institute for Marine and Tropical Disease -- for "work on yellow fever."
- Alexis Carrel, 1912 Nobel Laureate in Medicine -- for "Work on yellow fever."
- Simon Flexner, Director of the Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research -- for "Studies in the fields of bacteriology and immunology, especially his discovery of the spirochaetal cause of yellow fever."
- Claus Schilling, Robert Koch Institute for Infectious Diseases (Institut für Infektions-Krankheiten) -- for "Work on yellow fever."
Noguchi was Christian
Hideyo Noguchi was Christian. I have been to the museum in Japan and can confirm it. It even says so on the website used in this article to support the claim that his religion was unknown. —Preceding unsigned comment added by 126.96.36.199 (talk) 22:04, 4 September 2009 (UTC)
What about his marriage?
Granted, I'm sleepy, so I might have missed something, but besides his early life and the photo of their headstone I couldn't find mention of his wife. I did search the article for "Mary," his wife's name on the tombstone, but came up with nothing. Sorry that I can only pose the question at the moment.
Scandal at the end
- Nobel Prize: Lendon nomination, 1913.
- Nobel Prize in Medicine: Hirai nomination, 1914.
- Nobel Prize: Ito nomination; n.b., Some dictionaries alleges that lyssa virus is to be a synonym for Rabies virus, but whereas Rabies virus is a lyssavirus (a member of the genus Lyssavirus), there are many lyssaviruses, only one of which is Rabies virus. Calisher, Charles H. 4th paragraph of book review: May, Brian W. J., ed. (2002). Dictionary of Virology 3rd ed.
- Nobel Prize: Carrel nomination, 1915.
- Nobel Prize: Salvat nomination, 1915.
- Nobel Prize: Carrel nomination, 1920.
- Nobel Prize: Vuillemin nomination, 1920.
- Nobel Prize: de Azuza nomination, 1921.
- Nobel Prize: Wells nomination, 1921.
- Nobel Prize: Hoffman nomination, 1924.
- Nobel Prize: Bacon nomination, 1925.
- Nobel Prize: Butler nomination, 1925.
- Nobel Prize: Carrel nomination, 1925.
- Nobel Prize: da Rocha-Lima nomination, 1925.
- Nobel Prize: Fordyce nomination, 1925.
- Nobel Prize: Gibson nomination, 1925.
- Nobel Prize: Libman nomination, 1925.
- Nobel Prize: Mayer nomination, 1925.
- Nobel Prize: Carrel nomination, 1926.
- Nobel Prize: Flexner nomination, 1926.
- Nobel Prize: Schilling nomination, 1926.
- Nobel Prize: Matsumoto nomination, 1927.