Elizabeth Lee Hazen was born on August 24, 1885 (age 89) in Rich, Mississippi, United States. She is a celebrity inventor. Her popular book is Laboratory Identification of Pathogenic Fungi Simplified. She attended Mississippi University For Women, Columbia University. She died on June 24, 1975, Seattle, WA.
Co-inventor, by correspondence with Rachel Fuller Brown, of the antibiotic and antifungal Nystatin. She was inducted into he National Inventors Hall of Fame in 1994 and her research has been used to save infected trees and restore paintings with mold damage.
She was born to William Edgar Hazen and Maggie Harper Hazen. She was their second child of three (all girls). Unfortunately, her parents died when she was four, and they went to live with their grandmother, then to live with their aunt and uncle, Laura and Robert Hazen.
A quick study from her earliest days, she graduated from the Mississippi Industrial Institute and College, and became one of the first female doctorate students Columbia University.
She and Brown both agreed to donate the royalties from their invention, some $13 million, to the nonprofit Research Corporation for the advancement of academic scientific study.
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She and Rachel Fuller Brown were both inspired by earlier scientific work with penicillin, and saw a need for a fungal fighter.
● Elizabeth Lee Hazen was born on August 24, 1885 (age 89) in Rich, Mississippi, United States ● She is a celebrity inventor ● Her popular book is Laboratory Identification of Pathogenic Fungi Simplified● She attended Mississippi University For Women, Columbia University● She died on June 24, 1975, Seattle, WA
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