Hugh Stott Taylor, Ph. D.

Chemistry Princeton University, Princeton, NJ 
Physical Chemistry
"Hugh Taylor"

DOI: 10.1098/rsbm.1975.0017
Hugh Stott Taylor earned his Ph.D. in 1914 from the Univ. of Liverpool (UK). His situation is peculiar in that he was mentored by both Frederick Donnan and Henry Bassett, Jr. The records in the archives of Univ. of Liverpool have him petitioning the registrar for his Ph.D. degree in 1914 after two years on the continent -- one year in Sweden with Arrhenius and one year in Germany with Bodenstein. In his petition, he presented a portfolio of published papers in lieu of a dissertation. This portfolio included four papers published with Bassett. Taylor travelled on an 1851 Exhibition Scholarship -- a highly prestigious award. At that time both Bassett and Donnan had left Liverpool for other universities. Bassett became a professor at the University of Reading in 1912. Donnan went to University College London in 1913. Although Taylor had a closer professional and personal relationship with Donnan than with Bassett, he did not publish with him.
Hugh S. Taylor was the brother of H. Austin Taylor
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Svante August Arrhenius research assistant 1913 Research Institute of Physics Stockholm
Max Ernst August Bodenstein research assistant 1914 Hanover University, Germany
Henry Bassett, Jr. grad student 1914 University of Liverpool
 (Taylor had two mentors in Liverpool, Henry Bassett Jr. and Frederick Donnan. Taylor published with Bassett.)
Frederick G. Donnan grad student 1914 University of Liverpool
 (Donnan was one of two mentors (the other was Henry Bassett, Jr.) of Hugh Taylor. By 1913 Donnan left Liverpool for University College London. )


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Hans L. J. Backstrom research assistant 1924 Princeton
Hubert Newcombe Alyea grad student Princeton
Arthur Ferguson Benton grad student 1920 Princeton
Gregg Dougherty grad student 1921 Princeton
Robert N. Pease grad student 1921 Princeton
Joseph C. Elgin grad student 1929 Princeton
John Turkevich grad student 1934 Princeton
Robert L. Burwell, Jr grad student 1936 Princeton
Joseph O. Hirschfelder grad student 1936 Princeton
Ellison Hall Taylor grad student 1938 Princeton
Walter John Moore grad student 1940 Princeton
Arthur Victor Tobolsky grad student 1944 Princeton
J. Laurence Kulp grad student 1945 Princeton
Robert Lane Scott grad student 1945 Princeton
Thor N. Rhodin grad student 1946 Princeton (Physics Tree)
George Dawson Halsey grad student 1948 Princeton
Michel Boudart grad student 1950 Princeton
Frank S. Stone post-doc Princeton
Meredith Gwynne Evans post-doc 1934-1935 Princeton
Hugh A. McKenzie post-doc 1949 Princeton
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Kotlyar AM, Pal L, Taylor HS. (2021) Eliminating Hormones With Orally Active Gonadotropin-releasing Hormone Antagonists. Clinical Obstetrics and Gynecology. 64: 837-849
Mamillapalli R, Mutlu L, Taylor HS. (2021) Characterization of Bone Marrow Progenitor Cell Uterine Engraftment and Transdifferentiation. Reproductive Sciences (Thousand Oaks, Calif.)
Pretzel S, Kuhn K, Pal L, et al. (2021) Willingness of Women with Endometriosis Planning to Undergo IVF to Participate in a Randomized Clinical Trial and the Effects of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Potential Participation. Reproductive Sciences (Thousand Oaks, Calif.)
Mamillapalli R, Dang T, Habata S, et al. (2021) Activation of Hypocretin Neurons in Endometriosis. Reproductive Sciences (Thousand Oaks, Calif.)
Tal R, Kisa J, Abuwala N, et al. (2021) Bone marrow-derived progenitor cells contribute to remodeling of the postpartum uterus. Stem Cells (Dayton, Ohio)
Abrao MS, Surrey E, Gordon K, et al. (2021) Reductions in endometriosis-associated pain among women treated with elagolix are consistent across a range of baseline characteristics reflective of real-world patients. Bmc Women's Health. 21: 246
Tal A, Tal R, Kliman HJ, et al. (2021) Loss of Cxcr4 in Endometriosis Reduces Proliferation and Lesion Number while Increasing Intraepithelial Lymphocyte Infiltration. The American Journal of Pathology
Alderman MH, Taylor HS. (2021) Molecular mechanisms of estrogen action in female genital tract development. Differentiation; Research in Biological Diversity
Kotlyar AM, Mamillapalli R, Flores VA, et al. (2021) Tofacitinib alters STAT3 signaling and leads to endometriosis lesion regression. Molecular Human Reproduction
Taylor HS, Kotlyar AM, Flores VA. (2021) Endometriosis is a chronic systemic disease: clinical challenges and novel innovations. Lancet (London, England). 397: 839-852
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