Warburg (disambiguation)


Warburg (disambiguation)

Warburg can refer to:
* Warburg, a city in Germany
** the Battle of Warburg

* the Warburg family, a family of bankers, scholars and philanthropists
** Max Warburg (1867-1946), Hamburg banker, great grandson of Moses Marcus Warburg (of the "Mittelweg" line of Warburgs)
** Aby Warburg (1866-1929), renowned German art historian, founder of the Warburg Institute (formerly of Hamburg, now located in London) brother of Max Warburg
** Paul Moritz Warburg (1868-1932), father of the Federal Reserve, brother of Max and Aby Warburg
** Eric Warburg (1900-1990), banker and goodwill ambassador, son of Max Warburg, namesake of the [http://www.atlantik-bruecke.org/owx_1_0_3_15_1_5a482027569c42.html Eric M. Warburg Prize]
** Siegmund George Warburg (1902-1982), founder of S. G. Warburg & Co, London, great great grandson of Moses Marcus Warburg (of the "Alsterufer" line of Warburgs)
*** Warburg Institute, founded by Aby Warburg
*** Warburg Pincus, a private equity firm, founded by Eric Warburg

* the Warburg family of German scientists:
** Emil Gabriel Warburg (1846-1931), physicist
** Otto Warburg (1859-1938), botanist
** Otto Heinrich Warburg (1883-1970), physiologist, winner of the 1931 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine
*** The Warburg hypothesis of cancer growth, named for Otto Heinrich Warburg
*** the Warburg effect, named for Otto Heinrich Warburg

* the Anderson-Warburg syndrome, or Norrie disease
* Warburg Sjo Fledelius Syndrome, or Warburg Micro syndrome, or Micro syndrome

* Fredric Warburg, publisher, founder of Secker and Warburg

* Warburg element of an equivalent electrical circuit


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