1860 – Born on May 2nd in Wolverhampton, Staffordshire, England. British physiologist, co-discoverer of hormones. He conducted pioneer research in major areas of physiology, biochemistry, and physical chemistry.
1888 – He began a long and profitable collaboration with Starling soon after he obtained a teaching post at University College, London.
1902 – Bayliss and Starling are best known for determining, the chemical substance that stimulates the secretion of pancreatic digestive juices—the first example of hormonal action.
– Bayliss’ World War I investigation of wound shock led him to recommend gum-saline injections that were responsible for saving many lives.
1912 – He became professor of general physiology.
1922 – He was knighted.
1923 – He wrote ‘The Nature of Enzyme Action and The Vaso-Motor System’.
1924 – Died on August 27th in London.