Henry Cuthbert Bazett (1885 – 1950) was an English physiologist. Eponym: Bazett's formula to calculate QTc interval for varying heart rates
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
Jean-Pierre-Marie Flourens (1794 - 1867) was a French physiologist. Founder of experimental brain science.
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
Elizabeth Garrett Anderson (1836 – 1917) was an English physician. The first openly female recipient of a UK medical qualification (1865)
Thomas Hodgkin (1798 – 1866) was an English physician and pathologist. Eponym: Hodgkin disease (1832); Key-Hodgkin murmur (1827)
Gertrud Hurler (1889 - 1965) was an Austrian-German pediatrician. Hurler Syndrome (1919) - Mucopolysaccharidosis I (MPS I)
Anne Pappenheimer Forbes (1911 - 1992) was an American endocrinologist and physician. Forbes-Albright Syndrome 1954