William T. Sedgwick

Affiliations: 
Biology and Public Health Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA, United States 
Area:
Bacteriology and Public Health
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1855-1921. First President of the American Society of Bacteriology, 1899-1901.

Cross-listing: PHTree - Envirotree

Parents

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Henry Newell Martin grad student 1881 Johns Hopkins (Neurotree)

Children

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S. Henry. Ayers research assistant MIT (Envirotree)
Harrison G. Dyar research assistant MIT (Envirotree)
Clara E. Ham research assistant MIT (Envirotree)
Allen Hazen research assistant MIT
Murray P. Horwood research assistant MIT (Envirotree)
Theodore Hough research assistant MIT (Envirotree)
Daniel Dana Jackson research assistant MIT (Envirotree)
Arthur I. Kendall research assistant MIT (Envirotree)
Marshall Ora Leighton research assistant MIT (Envirotree)
E. E. Lochridge research assistant MIT (Envirotree)
Albert P. Mathews research assistant MIT (Chemistry Tree)
Stephen De Meritte research assistant MIT (Envirotree)
Carl Spencer Milliken research assistant MIT (Envirotree)
Earle B. Phelps research assistant MIT (Envirotree)
Burt Ransom Rickards research assistant MIT (Envirotree)
Anne F. Rogers research assistant MIT (Envirotree)
Percy Goldthwait Stiles research assistant MIT (Envirotree)
Augustus B. Wadsworth research assistant MIT (Envirotree)
Edwin Oakes Jordan research assistant 1888 MIT
George C. Whipple research assistant 1889 MIT
George Warren Fuller research assistant 1890 MIT (Envirotree)
Samuel Cate Prescott research assistant 1894 MIT (Chemistry Tree)
Gary Nathan Calkins grad student MIT (DevTree)
Charles-Edward A. Winslow grad student 1910 MIT

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Ellen Swallow Richards collaborator MIT (Envirotree)
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Sedgwick WT. (1915) AMERICAN ACHIEVEMENTS AND AMERICAN FAILURES IN PUBLIC HEALTH WORK. American Journal of Public Health (New York, N.Y. : 1912). 5: 1103-8
Sedgwick WT, Tyler HW. (1915) THE TEACHING OF THE HISTORY OF SCIENCE. Science (New York, N.Y.). 41: 26-7
Sedgwick WT. (1913) THE INTERPRETATION OF NATURE AND THE TEACHING LABORATORY. Science (New York, N.Y.). 38: 169-74
Sedgwick WT, Macnutt S. (1908) AN EXAMINATION OF THE THEOREM OF ALLEN HAZEN THAT FOR EVERY DEATH FROM TYPHOID FEVER AVOIDED BY THE PURIFICATION OF PUBLIC WATER SUPPLIES TWO OR THREE DEATHS ARE AVOIDED FROM OTHER CAUSES. Science (New York, N.Y.). 28: 215-6
Sedgwick WT. (1908) THE CALL TO PUBLIC HEALTH. Science (New York, N.Y.). 28: 193-202
Sedgwick WT. (1907) The American Association for the Advancement of Science the Expansion of Physiology Science. 25: 332-337
Sedgwick WT. (1906) THE EXPERIMENTAL METHOD IN SANITARY SCIENCE AND SANITARY ADMINISTRATION. Science (New York, N.Y.). 23: 362-7
Sedgwick WT. (1906) The commission for brain investigation Science. 24: 26-27
Sedgwick WT. (1905) THE RELATIONS OF PUBLIC HEALTH SCIENCE TO OTHER SCIENCES. Science (New York, N.Y.). 21: 905-14
Sedgwick WT, Hough T. (1903) WHAT TRAINING IN PHYSIOLOGY AND GYGIENE MAY WE REASONABLY EXPECT OF THE PUBLIC SCHOOLS. Science (New York, N.Y.). 18: 353-60
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