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date: 26 February 2020

Bazett, Henry Cuthbertlocked

(25 June 1885–12 July 1950)
  • David Y. Cooper

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Bazett, Henry Cuthbert (25 June 1885–12 July 1950), physiologist, was born in Gravesend, England, the son of Henry Bazett, a clergyman and later a physician, and Eliza Ann Cruickshank. He attended Dover College and Wadham College, Oxford University, receiving his B.A. (1908), M.S. (1913), and M.D. (1919). He also trained at Saint Thomas’s Hospital. In 1912 Bazett was awarded a Radcliffe traveling fellowship, which allowed him to spend a postgraduate year at Harvard University. He returned to England in 1913 and at the outbreak of World War I joined the Royal Army Medical Corps. In 1917 he married Dorothy Livesey; they had a son and a daughter. He served with distinction in France and in 1918, after his discharge, was appointed an officer of the Order of the British Empire....

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