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Claire Vogt: A forgotten talented daughter

Claire Vogt By studying the writings and biographies dedicated to Cécile and Oskar Vogt, we could not find any news about Claire: the first daughter of Cécile Vogt. The numerous biographical articles, obituaries and the monograph by Igor Klatzo, which trace the life and works of the Vogts, emphasize the professional success and quality of …

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Three of our pioneers on the International Holocaust Remembrance Day

In the International Holocaust Remembrance Day, our thinking goes to three our pioniers: Anna Meyer Berliner and Lina Solomonova Stern (Shtern), both Jewish, and Cécile Mugnier Vogt, although she was not Jewish, the rise to power of the Nazi party had repercussions on her work. Anna Meyer Berliner was the first and only woman to …

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This article chronicles the life and careers of a mother, Cecile & 2 daughters, Marthe & Marguerite Vogt who had remarkable careers as research scientists.

#InternationalDayofWomenandGirlsinScience “This article chronicles the life and careers of a mother, Cecile & 2 daughters, Marthe & Marguerite Vogt who had remarkable careers as research scientists. This was an era when women were not readily accepted in the scientific circles of academia. Cecile Vogt played a key role in brain research during the first half …

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Marguerite Vogt, just a wonderful person

A list of women scientists who have been denied the Nobel Prize would take too long to complete. It is certainly the case over the past time, and we hope that these kind of lists will no longer be needed in future. “I’m happy not to have been bothered,” Marguerite Vogt said to Natalie Angier, …

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“No Nobel Prize for Cécile Mugnier Vogt”

  Cécile Mugnier Vogt was the first woman nominated for the Nobel Prize in Medicine in 1922 (never awarded). She received a total of 13 nominations, along with her husband Oskar Vogt, as retrieved from the Nomination Database for Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine. 1922 – Nominators (3): Robert Bárány (Nobel Laureate in Medicine, …

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