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Elizabeth Lee Hazen
Elizabeth Lee Hazen is best known for her contribution to the development of nystatin. Her education focused on science and research, where she developed an interest in microbiology. Her colleagues and teachers know her as a quick learner and an excellent student. In 1948, she teamed up with Rachel Fuller Brown to develop nystatin, the first non-toxic drug that treats human fungal infections. His research has a wide range of applications, from saving infected plants to restoring mold-damaged paintings and artwork.
BornAugust 24, 1885, Rich, Mississippi
DiedJune 24, 1975, Seattle, Washington
CitizenshipUnited States
InstitutionsNew York State Department of Public Health, Division of Laboratories and Research
Alma materMississippi University for Women, Columbia University
Known forDeveloping nystatin, the first anti-fungal drug
Notable awardsThe Squibb Award in Chemotherapy, The Rhoda Benham Award of Medical Mycological Society of the Americas, The Chemical Pioneer Award of the American Institute of Chemists, National Inventors Hall of Fame

About Elizabeth Lee Hazen

Inventor Elizabeth Lee Hazen was born on August 24, 1885 in Rich, Mississippi, United States (He dies at the age of 89, on June 24, 1975).

Nystatin, an antibiotic and antifungal, was co-invented with Inventor Rachel Fuller Brown through letters. Her study has been utilized to save diseased trees and recover paintings with mold damage, and she was inducted into the National Inventors Hall of Fame in 1994.

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Elizabeth Lee Hazen before becoming famous

Elizabeth Lee Hazen was born in the Zodiac sign Virgo (The Maiden), and 1885 is the year of the Chinese Zodiac Rooster (雞).

She was a quick study from the start, graduating from the Mississippi Industrial Institute and College and going on to Columbia University as one of the first female doctoral candidates.

Achievement of Elizabeth Lee Hazen

She and Brown agreed to donate $13 million in royalties from their innovation to the nonprofit Research Corporation, which promotes academic scientific research.

Elizabeth Lee Hazen's Family, Spouse, Dating and Relationship

After both of her parents died, she was raised by her uncle, William Edgar Hazen and Maggie Harper Hazen.

Elizabeth Lee Hazen Collabed with

Inventor Rachel Fuller Brown and she were both inspired by previous scientific work with penicillin and saw a need for a fungus fighter.

Elizabeth Lee Hazen Income & Net worth

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Latest information about Elizabeth Lee Hazen updated on March 14 2023.