Charles Nicolle

Charles Nicolle

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Caption: Charles Nicolle (1866-1936), French bacteriologist and epidemiologist. Nicolle studied many infectious diseases, including diphtheria, scarlet fever and measles. He invented many new bacteriological techniques. His discovery that typhus fever is transmitted by lice won him the 1928 Nobel Prize for Medicine and Physiology.

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