Róbert Bárány (1876 – 1936) was an Austro-Hungarian otologist. Nobel prize in for his “work on the physiology and pathology of the vestibular apparatus.”
John Benjamin Murphy (1857 – 1916) was an American physician and abdominal surgeon. Murphy’s Sign (1903); Murphy’s triad; Murphy’s punch test and many more
Gabriele Falloppio (1523 – 1562) was an Italian physician and anatomist. Father of the condom to protect against STD’s (specifically syphilis) Fallopian tube
Paul Wilhelm Heinrich Langerhans (1847 – 1888) was a German pathologist, physiologist and biologist. Langerhans cell (1868) of the immune system, and islets of Langerhans (1869) in the pancreas
Edith Louise Potter (1901 – 1993) was an American pediatric pathologist. Potter facies (1946); Potter syndrome; Potter syndrome; Potter sequence; and the Potter classification of polycystic kidney disease (1964)
Lelli test or Lever test designed by Alessandro Lelli, Italian surgeon clinical test to diagnose Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) disruption.
Jean-Pierre-Marie Flourens (1794 – 1867) was a French physiologist. Founder of experimental brain science.
To evaluate the hypothesis that ‘There is ALWAYS an alternative to the dead man’s name for body parts’ and create a database to facilitate the de-eponymification of anatomic terminology
Cicely Delphine Williams (1893–1992) was a highly influential Jamaican born, English paediatrician, nutritionist and child health advocate. Kwashiorkor (1933)
Elizabeth Blackwell (1821 – 1910) was a British physician. In 1849, Blackwell became the first woman to graduate from medical school in the United States. National Women Physicians Day is held on her birthday February 3rd