This Biography is about one of the best Medical Researcher George Richards Minot including his Height, weight,Age & Other Detail…
|Biography Of George Richards Minot|
|Real Name||George Richards Minot|
|Famous as||Medical Researcher|
|Personal life of George Richards Minot|
|Born on||02 December 1885|
|Died At Age||64|
|Died on||25 February 1950|
|Place of death||Boston|
|Family Background of George Richards Minot|
|Father||James Jackson Minot|
|Siblings||James Jackson Minot Jr, Henry Whitney Minot|
|Spouse/Partner||Marian Linzee Weld|
|Children||Marian Linzee Minot, Elizabeth Whitney Minot, Charles Sedgwick Minot|
|Education||BA, Harvard University (1908)|
|Awards||1934 – Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine|
|Personal Fact of George Richards Minot|
George Richards Minot was a famous American medical researcher. Minot pursued medicine with great passion and became interested in the study of human blood. It was his passion for this profession and his dedication that led to the phenomenal discovery the treatment for pernicious anemia, for which he shared the 1934 Nobel Prize in medicine with William P. Murphy of Boston and with George Hoyt Whipple.
Minot had a busy life, in which he was associated with several medical organizations and institutions, studying, researching and contributing towards physiology at the same time. He was appointed the ‘Assistant in Medicine’ in 1915, at the Harvard Medical School and the Massachusetts General Hospital.
Eventually, he moved to higher positions, both in Harvard and other renowned hospitals like Collis P. Huntington Memorial Hospital of Harvard University. Minot led an honorable life, which involved a continuous effort to contribute towards the cure of anemia and some other blood related diseases.