|Finland (1989) 31st
Congress of the International Union of Physiological Science in Helskinki
(9-14th July, 1989) showing two Nobel Prize winners: Ragner Arthur Granit
and Robert Tiegelsted (a cardiovascular physiologist).
Ragner Arthur Granit ( 1900-) was
a professor of physiology in Helsinki University and later the Kalorinska
Institute in Sweden. He received the Nobel Prize in physiology and medicine
in 1967 for his study on the sensory structure of the retina including
the ERG (electroretingram) of cat retina.