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  AllRefer.com - Robert Barany (Medicine, Biography) - Encyclopedia
AllRefer.com - Robert Barany (Medicine, Biography) - Encyclopedia
Robert Barany[rO´bert bA´rAnE] Pronunciation Key, 1876–1936, Austrian physician.
For his work on the physiology and pathology of the vestibular apparatus of the ear he received the 1914 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine.
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  Barany, Robert   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Robert Barany was born on April 22, 1876, in Vienna.
The news of this award reached Barany in a Russian prisoner-of-war camp; he had been attached to the Austrian army as a civilian surgeon and had tended soldiers with head injuries, which fact had enabled him to continue his neurological studies on the correlation of the vestibular apparatus, the cerebellum and the muscular apparatus.
Barany returned to Vienna the same year, but was bitterly disappointed by the attitude of his Austrian colleagues, who reproached him for having made only incomplete references in his works to the discoveries of other scientists, on whose theories they said his work was based.
www.cartage.org.lb /en/themes/biographies/MainBiographies/B/Barany/Barany.htm   (507 words)

  
 Robert Barany - Search Results - MSN Encarta   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Bárány, Robert (1876-1936), Austrian physiologist, otologist (a specialist in diseases of the ear), and Nobel Prize winner.
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 Benign Paroxysmal Vertigo, and Bárány’s Caloric Reactions
Robert Bárány, who was awarded in 1914 the Nobel Lecture entitled 'Some new methods for functional testing of the vestibular apparatus and the cerebellum', initiated caloric testing.
Robert Bárány was born on April 22, 1876, in Vienna [7 ] (fig.
Robert Bárány married Ida Felicitas Berger in 1909.
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 Robert Bárány Biography | World of Anatomy and Physiology
Robert Bárány made significant contributions to the understanding of the vestibular apparatus, part of the inner ear that plays an important role in maintaining balance.
And despite having had a stiff knee since childhood, he was an avid mountain hiker and tennis player.
Robert Bárány from World of Anatomy and Physiology.
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 Robert Barany and the controversy surrounding his discovery of the caloric reaction -- Baloh 58 (7): 1094 -- Neurology
Robert Barany and the controversy surrounding his discovery of the caloric reaction -- Baloh 58 (7): 1094 -- Neurology
Robert Bárány and the controversy surrounding his discovery of the caloric reaction
Robert W. Baloh, MD From the Department of Neurology, Division of Head and Neck Surgery, UCLA School of Medicine, Los Angeles, CA.
www.neurology.org /cgi/content/abstract/58/7/1094   (194 words)

  
 Learn more about Robert Barany in the online encyclopedia.   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Learn more about Robert Barany in the online encyclopedia.
Robert Bárány (April 22, 1876—April 8,1936), Austrian physician.
For his work on the physiology and pathology of the vestibular apparatus of the ear he received the 1914 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine.
www.onlineencyclopedia.org /r/ro/robert_barany.html   (145 words)

  
 Faculty Research
Robert P. Hammer, Fernando Albericio, Lajos Gera, and George Barany.
Robert J. Van Abel, Yi-Quan Tang, V.S.V. Rao, Craig H. Dobbs, Dat Tran, George Barany, and Michael E. Selsted.
Francis Barany, George Barany, Robert P. Hammer, Maria Kempe, Herman Blok, and Monib Zirvi.
www.chem.umn.edu /groups/baranygp/pubs.html   (10089 words)

  
 CALORIC TEST
The caloric response was first described in by Robert Barany in 1906, and more completely in a book on the vestibular system in 1907.
Alexander suggested that he rather than Barany first described the fistula test, and also that he had jointly described with Barany, ocular counter-roll.
Robert Barany and the controversy surrounding his discovery of the caloric reaction.
www.dizziness-and-balance.com /practice/caloric_test.htm   (1319 words)

  
 George Marx: CONFLICTS AND CREATIVITY
Prince Charles, the president of the Swedish Red Cross, later contacted Grand Duke Konstantin, the president of the Russian Academy of Sciences, to release Robert Bárány to attend the Nobel Ceremony in Stockholm.
Robert Bárány (1846-1936) received the NOBEL PRIZE from the King of Sweden "for his work on the physiology and pathology of the vestibular apparatus" on 11 September 1916.
Robert Bárány's oldest son, Ernst Bárány, having hesitated between the study of radio electronics and hearing, between the study of physics and medicine, finally became a professor of medicine at the University of Uppsala.
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 Robert Bárány (www.whonamedit.com)
A test to determine whether vertigo is triggered by certain head movements.
Robert Bárány was the 1914 recipient of the Nobel Prize for Physiology or Medicine, «for his work on the physiology and pathology of the vestibular apparatus».
Robert Bárány published a total of 184 scientific papers.
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 24st Báràny Society Meeting   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The Bárány gold medal dates back to an international fund to which contributions were donated in honour of Bárány's 60th birthday, in 1936.
Regrettably, however, Bárány died shortly before his birthday and it was then decided that the fund should be used to defray the costs of striking a medal in gold and bearing the likeness and name of Robert Bárány.
This medal is awarded by the Medical Faculty of Uppsala University to the scientist who, during the preceding six year period is deemed to have published the most valuable work on the vestibular system in its widest sense.
www.baranysociety.org /Congress/welcome.htm   (185 words)

  
 Robert Barany
Robert Bárány fue uno de los referentes en la consolidación de la otología.
Robert Bárány era hijo de un terrateniente de origen húngaro (en otros lugares se dice que fue banquero) y de María Hock, hija de un destacado científico de Praga.
Martínez Mier, G.; Toledo Pereyra, L.H. Robert Bárány.
www.historiadelamedicina.org /barany.html   (1154 words)

  
 Johnny Carino's Signs South Florida Development Agreement (8/01)
Robert Barany is the operating principal and vice president of Dining Concepts LLC which recently signed a major agreement to franchise Johnny Carino's in Venezuela and Aruba.
Robert was previously general director and partner of the Chili's Grill and Bar franchisee for Venezuela.
"Robert has demonstrated a strong commitment to the Carino's concept both domestically and internationally," says Norman Abdallah, Co-CEO and president of Fired Up Inc. "He is an energetic and passionate businessman and restaurateur.
www.bison.com /press/pr8-2johnny.html   (322 words)

  
 Untitled Document
Heading up the software development department, Robert will be responsible for driving the development of the company's visual component assembly technologies, which are aimed at software architects, designers and developers of large enterprise systems.
Robert joins Wilde Technologies from TRADOS where he was the Research and Development Director.
Robert will be based at Wilde Technologies' International Headquarters in Dublin.
www.wildetechnologies.com /press_release6.html   (108 words)

  
 Mark Baranski — Sharon Barasch : ZoomInfo Business People Information
Barany Named New Recreation Director- Mike Barany, a Chilton native who recently retired after 20 years in the United States...
An extreme case was when Robert Barany was awarded the Medicine prize in 1914.A telegram bearing the news found him in a prisoner-of-war camp...
Robert & Charles BaraschFather and son poets Robert and Charles Barasch read from their own works.
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 Amazon.fr : Ethnic Politics After Communism: Livres en anglais: Zoltan Barany,Robert G. Moser   (Site not responding. Last check: )
In this book, Zoltan Barany and Robert G. Moser bring together eminent scholars whose theoretically diverse and empirically rich research examines various facets of ethnicity in postcommunist Europe and Eurasia: ethnic identity and culture, mobilization, parties and voting, conflict, and ethnic migration.
He is the author of The Future of NATO Expansion and The East European Gypsies.
Robert G. Moser is Associate Professor of Government at the University of Texas at Austin and author of Unexpected Outcomes: Electoral Systems, Parties, and Representation in Russia.
www.amazon.fr /Ethnic-Politics-Communism-Zoltan-Barany/dp/0801472768   (393 words)

  
 Robert Bárány
Robert Bárány's research explained vestibular apparatus, part of the inner ear that plays an important role in maintaining balance.
He taught at the University of Vienna, then volunteered as a surgeon for the Austrian Army in World War I. He was captured by Russians at Przemysl and imprisoned for two years at Merv, in present-day Turkmenistan.
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 Robert Barany Winner of the 1914 Nobel Prize in Medicine
Robert Barany Winner of the 1914 Nobel Prize in Medicine
Robert B¨¢r¨¢ny - Biography (submitted by Davis Brown)
Robert Barany Biography from Encyclopedia Britannica (submitted by Nick)
www.nobelprizes.com /nobel/medicine/1914a.html   (85 words)

  
 Robert Bárány - Biography
The Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine 1914
Robert Bárány was born on April 22, 1876, in Vienna.
His father was the manager of a farm estate and his mother, Maria Hock, was the daughter of a well-known Prague scientist, and it was her intellectucal influence that was most pronounced in the family.
nobelprize.org /nobel_prizes/medicine/laureates/1914/barany-bio.html   (575 words)

  
 Robert Bárány - Biography
The Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine 1914
Robert Bárány was born on April 22, 1876, in Vienna.
His father was the manager of a farm estate and his mother, Maria Hock, was the daughter of a well-known Prague scientist, and it was her intellectucal influence that was most pronounced in the family.
www.nobel.se /medicine/laureates/1914/barany-bio.html   (575 words)

  
 Netstep Forward Research News
Now, Michael J. Barany, Robert P. Hammer, R.B. Merrifield, and George Barany have published [J.
Michael J. Barany was chosen as a national finalist in the 2005 Intel Science Talent Search for this project.
Click on this link for more information about the research accomplishments of the Barany laboratory.
www.chem.umn.edu /netstep/2005/march/16barany.html   (439 words)

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