French immunologist 1916 – Jean-Baptiste-Gabriel-Joachim Dausset was born on the 19th of October. 1980 – Received the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for the discovery and characterization of the genes making the major histocompatibility complex. 1984 – He created the Human Polymorphism Study Center (CEPH). 3 / 5 ..
1883 – Born in Madoc, Ontario, on the 29th of May the son of a physician. 1909 – He went into practice in Callander, Ontario. 1934 – On 28th of May, he was called in to aid the multiple birth of the Dionne family. Awarded an Order of the British Empire for ..
1896 – Archibald Joseph Cronin was born in Cardross, Strathclyde, the only child of Jessie (Montgomerie) Cronin and Patrick Cronin. English novelist, an accomplished storyteller, who practised as a doctor over a decade before devoting himself entirely to writing. 1914-1919 – He entered the Glasgow University Medical School. – During World War I ..
US author wrote poetry collection "Strange Holiness" 1935 (Pulitzer Prize for poetry 1936) 1.4 / 5 ( ..
1846 – Born on the 16th of March, in Philadelphia. 1863 – She attended the Institute for Colored Youth, graduating. Her medical thesis at the Woman’s Medical College of Pennsylvania was titled The Eye and Its Appendages. 1867 – She became the second African-American woman to receive a medical degree in the United States. ..
1946 – Born on October 22nd in New Delhi, India. 1968 – Deepak Chopra attended the All India Institute of Medical Sciences and embarked on a career in western medicine. After graduating, he interned at a New Jersey hospital, trained for several more years at the Lahey Clinic and the University of Virginia Hospital and ..
1948 – Born on February 28th in St. Louis, Missouri. American physicist. 1970 – Chu graduated from the University of Rochester, New York, with a B.S. in physics and an A.B. in math. 1976-1978 – He received his doctorate in physics from the University of California, Berkeley, where he was a postdoctoral fellow. ..
1825 – Born on November 29th in Paris, France. The founder (with Guillaume Duchenne) of modern neurology and one of France’s greatest medical teachers and clinicians. 1853-1856 – Charcot took his M.D. at the University of Paris and three years later was appointed physician of the Central Hospital bureau. 1860 – He then became a ..
French novelist wrote novels "Journey to the End of Night" 1932, "Death on the Installment Plan" 1936 (also "Mort a credit"), trilogy "Rigodon" 1969 1 / 5 (..
1871 – He was born in Prairie du Chien, Wisconsin, on the 19th of October. 1914 – He was President of the American Physiological Society. 1915 – He coined the term fight or flight to describe an animal’s response to threats (Bodily Changes in Pain, Hunger, Fear and Rage: An Account of Recent Researches into ..