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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]. Lazear was the son of William and Charlotte née Pettigrew. He attended Trinity Hall Military Academy and Washington & Jefferson College, both in Washington, ...

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Jesse Lazear (December 12, 1804 – September 2, 1877) was a Democratic member of the U.S. House of Representatives from Pennsylvania. Biography[edit] . Lazear was born in Richhill Township, Greene County, Pennsylvania. He received a limited schooling, taught school, and engaged in mercantile pursuits. He served ...

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Jesse William Lazear: American physician and member of the commission that proved that the infectious agent of yellow fever is transmitted by a mosquito, later known as Aëdes aegypti. Lazear received...

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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 Washington, Pennsylvania and he went to Johns Hopkins University, graduating in 1889. He studied medicine at Columbia University, graduating in 1892.

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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 into the bacteriology of tropical diseases. Following up on Ronald Ross's recent discovery of the role of mosquitoes in the transmission of malaria, and the theory  ...

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When Major Walter Reed and Acting Assistant Surgeons James Carroll, Aristides Agramonte, and Jesse Lazear gathered on the porch of the Columbia Barracks Hospital in June of 1900, they became the fourth successive board of U.S. medical officers to grapple with the appalling plague that was yellow fever.

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Feb 22, 2016 ... Genealogy for Jesse William Lazear (1866 - 1900) family tree on Geni, with over 175 million profiles of ancestors and living relatives.

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Lazear, Jesse William (1866-1900), was an American physician and bacteriologist who, as part of a commission on yellow fever, made one of the most significant discoveries in tropical medicine—that the disease was transmitted by the mosquito, of the species now known as Aedes aegypti. After graduating from Columbia ...

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Dec 27, 2012 ... These were the words of Jesse William Lazear after finding a link between mosquitoes and the dangerous yellow fever, an affliction known to attack the liver , cause hemorrhagic fevers, jaundice and was declared one of the most dangerous diseases in the 19th century. The year was 1866, and Jesse ...