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Wright, Almroth, 1861-1947

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Personal name headingWright, Almroth, 1861-1947
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Variant(s)Wright, Almroth Edward, Sir, 1861-1947
See alsoEmployer: St. Mary's Hospital (London, England)
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Associated placeLondon (England)
Birth date1861-08-10
Death date1947-04-30
Field of activityBacteriology
AffiliationSt. Mary's Hospital (London, England)
Profession or occupationBacteriologists Immunologists
Found inLCCN 66-74173: Cope, Z. Almroth Wright, 1966 (hdg.: Wright, Sir Almroth Edward, 1861-1947)
Wikipieda, via WWW, January 7, 2022 (b. August 10, 1861, d. April 30, 1947; British bacteriologist and immunologist; advocate for preventive medicine; in 1902 Wright started a research department at St. Mary's Hospital Medical School in London; developed a system of anti-typhoid inoculation; established a research laboratory attached to the British Expeditionary Force's hospital designated Number 13 during the First World War; was strongly opposed to women's suffrage, arguing that women's brains were innateley different from men's and not constituted to deal with social and political issues)
Unexpurgated case against woman suffrage, 1913: (Sir Almroth E. Wright)
Associated languageeng