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Jesse William Lazear was an American physician. Contents. [hide]. 1 Background; 2 Career; 3 See also; 4 References; 5 External links. Background[ edit].


Jesse Lazear (December 12, 1804 – September 2, 1877) was a Democratic member of the U.S. House of Representatives from Pennsylvania.


Aug 28, 2013 ... In the Alumni Memorial Residences on the Homewood Campus, there is a dorm house named for Jesse Lazear, who was described upon his ...


Dec 8, 2009 ... In recognition of a new campaign aimed at vaccinating 12 million persons in Benin, Liberia and Sierra Leone by WHO's Yellow Fever Initiative, ...


Jesse William Lazear: May 2, 1866 Baltimore county, Md., U.S. Sept. 26, 1900 Quemados, Cuba American physician and member of the commission that proved ...


Oct 3, 2009 ... In 1900 Dr Jesse William Lazear joined the Yellow Fever Commission team in Cuba under Walter Reed. He was employed to conduct studies ...


When Major Walter Reed and Acting Assistant Surgeons James Carroll, Aristides Agramonte, and Jesse Lazear gathered on the porch of the Columbia Barracks ...


May 2, 2010 ... Jesse William Lazear was born on May 2, 1866 in Baltimore, Maryland. His early education was obtained at Trinity Hall, a private school in ...


Med Herit. 1986 Nov-Dec;2(6):443-52. Jesse William Lazear: the successful experimental transmission of yellow fever by the mosquito. del Regato JA.


May 27, 2014 ... They are Jesse Lazear, Clara Maass, Joseph Goldberger, Matthew Lukwiya, Carlo Urbani and Anita Roberts | Science in the News.