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  1. Jan 22, 2023 · Edward Jenner, (born May 17, 1749, Berkeley, Gloucestershire, England—died January 26, 1823, Berkeley), English surgeon and discoverer of vaccination for smallpox. Jenner was born at a time when the patterns of British medical practice and education were undergoing gradual change.

  2. Edward Jenner, (born May 17, 1749, Berkeley, Gloucestershire, Eng.—died Jan. 26, 1823, Berkeley), English surgeon, discoverer of the smallpox vaccine. He was apprenticed to a surgeon at 13, and at 21 he became the house pupil of John Hunter, who gave him further training and stressed the need for experimentation and observation.

  3. Edward Jenner © Jenner was an English doctor, the pioneer of smallpox vaccination and the father of immunology. Edward Jenner was born in Berkeley, Gloucestershire on 17 May 1749, the son of...

  4. Jun 11, 2021 · Honoring Edward Jenner, inventor of the world’s first vaccine. Barb Boose. Jun 11, 2021 | Updated Jun 3, 2021. Edward Jenner, a British physician and scientist, pioneered the use of cowpox inoculation to immunize against this deadly disease. Although he was neither the first to suggest this use of cowpox nor the first to attempt the procedure, his work validated it and led to eradication of smallpox.

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  5. Edward Jenner (May 17, 1749 – January 27, 1823) anatomist and physician, considered to be the father of immunology. His birthplace was Berkeley, Gloucestershire, Great Britain. Fourth son of Reverend Jenner, vicar of Berkeley. When he was 5 years old his father died and he passed under the protection of his older brother, also a cleric.

  6. Also known as the “Father of Immunology”, Edward Anthony Jenner was an English scientist and is famous for his discovery of the smallpox vaccine. This was the first successful vaccine ever to be developed and remains the only effective preventive treatment for the fatal smallpox disease. His discovery was an enormous medical breakthrough and has.

  7. Edward Jenner was born on 17th May 1749, an English physician who would go on to be become one of the most influential scientists of all time. A pioneer of the smallpox vaccine, his work would go on to save countless lives; it is not hard to see why he is often referred to as “the father of immunology”. He began his life in Gloucestershire, the son of local Reverend Stephen Jenner and the eighth of nine children.

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