Róbert Bárány

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Róbert Bárány
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Robert Bárány
Born22 Apryle 1876(1876-04-22)
Vienna, Austrick-Hungary
Died8 Apryle 1936(1936-04-08) (aged 59)
Uppsala, Swaden
NaitionalityAustro-Hungarian
Swaden
Alma materVienna Varsity
AwairdsNobel Prize in Pheesiology or Medicine (1914)
Scientific career
FieldsMedicine
InstitutionsUppsala Varsity

Róbert Bárány (22 Aprile 1876 – 8 Aprile 1936) Hungarian pronunciation: [baːraːj roːbɛrt] wis an Austro-Hungarian otologist.[1][2] He received the 1914 Nobel Prize in Pheesiology or Medicine for his wirk on the pheesiology an pathology o the vestibular apparatus.[3]

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  1. Robert Bárány. (2009). In Encyclopædia Britannica.
  2. Fred Ashley White (2009). Physical Signs in Medicine and Surgery: An Atlas of Rare, Lost and Forgotten Physical Signs. Museum Press Books. p. 37. ISBN 978-1-4415-0828-7.
  3. Eastern Europe: an introduction to the people, lands, and culture Volume 1 – Page 394 Richard C. Frucht – 2005 " Hungarian or Hungarian-Born Winners of the Nobel Prize The physicist Fülöp Lénárd was the recipient of the Nobel Prize in 1905 for his work on cathode rays. Róbert Bárány received the 1914 Nobel Prize in Physiology and Medicine "