Jewish Nobel Prize Winners

The Global Jewish population is approximately 14,000,000 or about 0.02% of the world’s population and has received 128 Nobel Prizes:

Literature:

  1. 1910 — Paul Heyse
  2. 1927 — Henri Bergson
  3. 1958 — Boris Pasternak
  4. 1966 — Shmuel Yosef Agnon
  5. 1966 — Nelly Sachs
  6. 1976 — Saul Bellow
  7. 1978 — Isaac Bashevis Singer
  8. 1981 — Elias Canetti
  9. 1987 — Joseph Brodsky
  10. 1991 — Nadine Gordimer

World Peace:

  1. 1911 — Alfred Fried
  2. 1911 — Tobias Michael Carel Asser
  3. 1968 — Rene Cassin
  4. 1973 — Henry Kissinger
  5. 1978 — Menachem Begin
  6. 1986 — Elie Wiesel
  7. 1994 — Shimon Peres
  8. 1994 — Yitzhak Rabin

Physics:

  1. 1905 — Adolph Von Baeyer
  2. 1906 — Henri Moissan
  3. 1907 — Albert Abraham Michelson
  4. 1908 — Gabriel Lippmann
  5. 1910 — Otto Wallach
  6. 1915 — Richard Willstaetter
  7. 1918 — Fritz Haber
  8. 1921 — Albert Einstein
  9. 1922 — Niels Bohr
  10. 1925 — James Franck
  11. 1925 — Gustav Hertz
  12. 1943 — Gustav Stern
  13. 1943 — George Charles de Hevesy
  14. 1944 — Isidor Issac Rabi
  15. 1952 — Felix Bloch
  16. 1954 — Max Born
  17. 1958 — Igor Tamm
  18. 1959 — Emilio Segre
  19. 1960 — Donald A. Glaser
  20. 1961 — Robert Hofstadter
  21. 1961 — Melvin Calvin
  22. 1962 — Lev Davidovich Landau
  23. 1962 — Max Ferdinand Perutz
  24. 1965 — Richard Phillips Feynman
  25. 1965 — Julian Schwinger
  26. 1969 — Murray Gell-Mann
  27. 1971 — Dennis Gabor
  28. 1972 — William Howard Stein
  29. 1973 — Brian David Josephson
  30. 1975 — Benjamin Mottleson
  31. 1976 — Burton Richter
  32. 1977 — Ilya Prigogine
  33. 1978 — Arno Allan Penzias
  34. 1978 — Peter L Kapitza
  35. 1979 — Stephen Weinberg
  36. 1979 — Sheldon Glashow
  37. 1979 — Herbert Charles Brown
  38. 1980 — Paul Berg
  39. 1980 — Walter Gilbert
  40. 1981 — Roald Hoffmann
  41. 1982 — Aaron Klug
  42. 1985 — Albert A. Hauptman
  43. 1985 — Jerome Karle
  44. 1986 — Dudley R. Herschbach
  45. 1988 — Robert Huber
  46. 1988 — Leon Lederman
  47. 1988 — Melvin Schwartz
  48. 1988 — Jack Steinberger
  49. 1989 — Sidney Altman
  50. 1990 — Jerome Friedman
  51. 1992 — Rudolph Marcus
  52. 1995 — Martin Perl
  53. 2000 — Alan J. Heeger

Economics:

  1. 1970 — Paul Anthony Samuelson
  2. 1971 — Simon Kuznets
  3. 1972 — Kenneth Joseph Arrow
  4. 1975 — Leonid Kantorovich
  5. 1976 — Milton Friedman
  6. 1978 — Herbert A. Simon
  7. 1980 — Lawrence Robert Klein
  8. 1985 — Franco Modigliani
  9. 1987 — Robert M. Solow
  10. 1990 — Harry Markowitz
  11. 1990 — Merton Miller
  12. 1992 — Gary Becker
  13. 1993 — Robert Fogel

Medicine:

  1. 1908 — Elie Metchnikoff
  2. 1908 — Paul Erlich
  3. 1914 — Robert Barany
  4. 1922 — Otto Meyerhof
  5. 1930 — Karl Landsteiner
  6. 1931 — Otto Warburg
  7. 1936 — Otto Loewi
  8. 1944 — Joseph Erlanger
  9. 1944 — Herbert Spencer Gasser
  10. 1945 — Ernst Boris Chain
  11. 1946 — Hermann Joseph Muller
  12. 1950 — Tadeus Reichstein
  13. 1952 — Selman Abraham Waksman
  14. 1953 — Hans Krebs
  15. 1953 — Fritz Albert Lipmann
  16. 1958 — Joshua Lederberg
  17. 1959 — Arthur Kornberg
  18. 1964 — Konrad Bloch
  19. 1965 — Francois Jacob
  20. 1965 — Andre Lwoff
  21. 1967 — George Wald
  22. 1968 — Marshall W. Nirenberg
  23. 1969 — Salvador Luria
  24. 1970 — Julius Axelrod
  25. 1970 — Sir Bernard Katz
  26. 1972 — Gerald Maurice Edelman
  27. 1975 — Howard Martin Temin
  28. 1976 — Baruch S. Blumberg
  29. 1977 — Roselyn Sussman Yalow
  30. 1978 — Daniel Nathans
  31. 1980 — Baruj Benacerraf
  32. 1984 — Cesar Milstein
  33. 1985 — Michael Stuart Brown
  34. 1985 — Joseph L. Goldstein
  35. 1986 — Stanley Cohen [& Rita Levi-Montalcini]
  36. 1988 — Gertrude Elion
  37. 1989 — Harold Varmus
  38. 1991 — Erwin Neher
  39. 1991 — Bert Sakmann
  40. 1993 — Richard J. Roberts
  41. 1993 — Phillip Sharp
  42. 1994 — Alfred Gilman
  43. 1995 — Edward B. Lewis
  44. 1996- Lu RoseIacovino

Professor of Leadership. Extraordinary Lives Project. Author “Be Somebody” (2021); 2019 Telly Award IconicVoices.tv; ex-publisher Forbes

Professor of Leadership. Extraordinary Lives Project. Author “Be Somebody” (2021); 2019 Telly Award IconicVoices.tv; ex-publisher Forbes